Equis is developing large scale bioenergy power generation projects. Bioenergy is a type of power generation from steam or gas driven turbines. Steam or gas is generated from organic matter, such as purposely grown energy crops, wood residues or pellets, waste from food crops or food processing.
Equis develops, builds, owns and operates utility-scale energy projects and systems across the Asia-Pacific region. Our projects respond to network requirements and involve stand alone and hybrid combinations of solar, wind, batteries and gas. Equis also develops, builds, owns and/or operates all required distribution, transmission and grid connection infrastructure associated with its energy systems. The primary objectives of Equis’ energy business is to develop infrastructure that reduces both power prices and CO2 emissions, whilst improving energy efficiency and reliability.
Equis is investing in the circular economy, focusing on three major segments, waste-to-energy, waste management and recovery infrastructure. Community support and engagement are key priorities as we strive to introduce global best practice technologies and systems in our focus markets.