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Biomass resource potential in Assam

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Total biomass potential

Biomass
Type

Area
(kHa)

Crop Production (kT/Yr)

Biomass Generation (kT/Yr)

Biomass Surplus (kT/Yr)*

Power Potential (MWe)*

Agro-residue

3459.9

8250.0

11442.9

2346.7

283.7

Forest and Wasteland residue

2676.9

0.0

3674.2

2424.4

339.4

Total

6136.8

8250.0

15117.1

4771.1

623.1

Biomass potential from agro-residues

District

Area
(kHa)

Crop Production (kT/Yr)

Biomass Generation (kT/Yr)

Biomass Surplus (kT/Yr)*

Power Potential (MWe)*

Barpeta

273.5

478.3

709.0

138.8

17.0

Bongaigaon

171.9

300.3

482.2

92.7

11.1

Cachar

129.4

368.2

593.5

127.0

15.3

Darrang

219.8

401.5

600.8

113.8

13.5

Dhemaji

55.5

99.9

162.9

31.5

3.7

Dhubri

217.7

382.4

584.5

106.8

12.8

Dibrugarh

108.2

242.2

396.7

76.8

9.1

Goalpara

103.7

218.4

366.9

69.1

8.2

Golaghat

94.2

432.2

450.0

86.0

10.1

Hailakandi

53.9

138.4

202.1

44.0

5.4

Jorhat

118.6

360.9

533.0

101.1

11.9

Kamrup

239.7

514.7

778.9

160.6

19.5

Karbi Anglong

332.4

895.6

1063.2

268.1

33.8

Karimganj

89.4

351.2

340.9

67.5

8.0

Kokrajhar

79.1

141.9

228.7

45.3

5.4

Lakhimpur

151.8

263.5

416.0

81.9

9.7

Marigaon

59.2

152.0

240.0

44.5

5.2

Nagaon

327.7

1137.7

1307.5

258.0

30.9

Nalbari

179.0

294.1

471.3

93.9

11.3

North Cachar Hills

67.3

168.7

158.2

70.4

9.6

Sibsagar

103.1

252.8

424.7

83.2

9.9

Sonitpur

200.9

458.6

635.6

127.0

15.3

Tinsukia

83.9

196.5

296.3

58.7

7.0

Total

3459.9

8250.0

11442.9

2346.7

283.7

Biomass potential from forest and wasteland

District

Area
(kHa)

Biomass Generation
(kT/Yr)

Biomass Surplus
(kT/Yr)*

Power Potential
(MWe)*

Barpeta

28.5

32.8

21.7

3.0

Bongaigaon

20.1

20.4

13.4

1.9

Cachar

210.3

281.9

186.0

26.0

Darrang

34.3

51.1

33.7

4.7

Dhemaji

32.5

48.4

31.9

4.5

Dhubri

27.7

36.9

24.3

3.4

Dibrugarh

76.0

101.0

66.6

9.3

Goalpara

24.9

34.1

22.5

3.2

Golaghat

38.8

48.3

31.9

4.5

Hailakandi

69.0

118.0

77.9

10.9

Jorhat

41.4

55.0

36.3

5.1

Kamrup

141.5

219.7

145.0

20.3

Karbi Anglong

899.3

1201.2

792.6

111.0

Karimganj

68.0

77.9

51.4

7.2

Kokrajhar

50.7

55.6

36.7

5.1

Lakhimpur

58.6

76.2

50.3

7.0

Marigaon

29.3

38.3

25.3

3.54

Nagaon

84.3

110.3

72.8

10.2

Nalbari

21.3

30.1

19.9

2.8

North Cachar Hills

477.9

715.9

472.3

66.1

Sibsagar

62.8

83.5

55.1

7.7

Sonitpur

71.4

82.9

54.7

7.7

Tinsukia

108.3

154.7

102.1

14.3

Total

2676.9

3674.2

2424.4

339.4

* The biomass surplus and power potential data is as per National Biomass Resource Atlas (2002-04) project of MNRE executed by CGPL, IISc Bangalore

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