The Suzhou Municipal Development and Reform Commission regards the construction of straw power plants as an important measure to improve the comprehensive utilization of straw, focusing on scheduling, coordination, and promotion. At present, one biomass straw power plant has been put into operation in Xiaoxian, Lingxian and Bishan counties of Suzhou City, and the biomass straw power plants in Yingqiao District, Lingbi County and Si County are under construction.
According to the requirements of the provincial documents, at least one straw power generation project is located in each of the four counties and one district of Suzhou City. In addition to the three straw power generation projects in Bishan County, Xiao County and Lingbi County that have been put into operation, the Municipal Development and Reform Commission actively promotes the 30MW biomass power generation project in Yingqiao District and the 40MW biomass power generation project in Si County. Based on the actual large amount of straw in the main grain production areas of Suzhou City, the 30MW Biomass Cogeneration Project in Lingbi County and the 25MW Biomass Cogeneration Project in Suima were planned and advanced in a timely manner. When the national "13th Five-Year Plan" biomass power generation plan was adjusted, the new biomass power generation projects in Suzhou City were incorporated into the national plan in time.
In the early stage of project promotion, the Municipal Development and Reform Commission actively requested the municipal government to convene a project promotion coordination meeting and work with the planning, land, and environmental protection departments to resolve project promotion difficulties. Establish a regular project progress reporting system, and require the county and districts and enterprises to report investment progress on a monthly basis to the 30MW biomass heat and power cogeneration project and Shennengsi county biomass power generation project that are included in the assessment of the people ’s livelihood. Keep abreast of project investment progress. The Municipal Development and Reform Commission conducts on-site inspections at least once a quarter to understand the construction of straw power plants, master the progress, and help coordinate issues.