Sornwan Sirisuntarint

Biochar results from heating biomass in low to zero oxygen environments, thus suiting soil improvement and carbon storage. This project helps solving multiple problems: alternative energy, greenhouse gas mitigation, land resources and rural poverty, improving the conditions in communities and households. At community scale, crop-wastes from farmlands become fuels for power generation while the bio-char and ash residues are returned back to farmers for carbon sequestration and soil improvement, in an exchange scheme. It is also planned to introduce a local carbon credit concept. Moreover, food processed from crops using biocharRead More