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YANGON – Garment manufacturers in Myanmar are switching to renewable energy to boost sustainability. With a number of factories already having installed rice husk pellet boilers to replace coal power as well as moving to solar power options, industry stakeholders recently gathered for a conference and exhibition on renewable energy solutions for the garment and textile industry. The aim was to explore the potential that energy savings and the use of renewable energies in the supply chain have for both competitiveness and market access, as well as contributing to reduced Co2 emissions.

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