Biomass residues are often dumped or left to decay under mainly aerobic conditions or burnt in an uncontrolled way. The Liucheng Biomass Power Project utilizes biomass residues from mulberry leaf and sugarcane leaf discarded by local farmers to generate power. The biomass power plant supplies electricity to the Guangxi China power and displaces power from traditional fossil-fuel-fired power plants. The project significantly reduces air pollutants and GHG emissions while increasing the local power supply. Other co-benefits include creating local job opportunities, protecting the environment by using biomass residues effectively, and safely controlling biomass burning. This project is third-party verified and registered through the Verified Carbon Standard.