HD&L on behalf of W2E Siang Phong LTD joined Carbon Forum Asia 2010 in Singapore. This was Asia Pacific's leading annual Trade Fair & Conference for Climate and Carbon Finance, Emissions Trading and Low Carbon Technologies. This was considered a gateway to the future of the Carbon & Energy market in Asia Pacific and beyond.
HD&L on behalf of W2E Siang Phong LTD joined Carbon Expo Australasia 2010 in Australia. This was Australasia’s premier Trade Fair & Carbon Conference for emissions intensive business and low-carbon economy product & service providers. That was the best opportunity to network with key domestic and international carbon business players, and to develop strategies to minimize costs and maximize benefits associated with emissions reductions and carbon pricing.
HD&L on behalf of W2E Siang Phong LTD joined Workshop on Improving the Regional Distribution of CDM Projects in Asia and the Pacific in Manila, Philippines. The Workshop hosted by The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat. The main objectives of the workshop were to identify hindrances to CDM project development in those countries and propose CDM reform options and to support CDM project development in those countries assisting their local developers. This workshop has provided useful guidelines for current and future CDM projects.
Since December 2009, HD&L has officially engaged in W2E Siang Phong Biogas Project in Cambodia, focused on producing electricity from a biogas plant. This is the first environmental friendly qualified investment project (QIP) to be officially built, designed, and commissioned successfully and expected to be launched on mid 2011. This biogas plant is designed to convert waste water from an existing cassava mill located in Krek, Kampong Cham province into biogas. The biogas produced will be used as an input to generate lower price electricity and heat sufficient for supplying the whole cassava mill. This project leads to the lower environmental effects caused by cassava mill from using fossil fuel as well as lower the cassava mill cost of production. In addition, this project also advantages the community by decreasing odor emitted from the waste water and especially increasing the prices of the cassava roots to be purchased by the cassava mill.