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Targeting Georgia as a New Market

Cooperation agreement was signed today between Waste to Energy International (WTEI) and local partner, having the goal to develop new waste-to-energy projects in Georgia.

Georgia flagGrowing ecological activity in this Caucasus country could not be missed. New tendencies in government structures of Georgia show a green light to waste reduction development. Taking into account the growing needs in energy for evolved local businesses, more and more the eye glances are pointed to waste-to-energy technologies.

Noticing the wide outlook of high-ranked officials in Georgia, it is expected that a waste removal model for the whole country could be offered for development in the near future. This is our challenge and honour to take participation in such a valuable project.

Advanced Pyrolysis Technology to Be Exclusively Marketed

Waste to Energy International (WTEI) has signed agreement with the producer of “best-in-class” innovative waste-to-energy technology.

ACTI modular systemWTEI has exclusive rights for the development, marketing and financing of projects based on Advanced Pyrolysis Technology for the  territories of Canada, Turkey, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, Moldova, Saudi Arabia, North Africa and Russia.

After extensive efforts by WTEI for selecting the most innovative, flexible, clean waste-to-energy technology resulted in obtaining a strong partner in producing modern equipment that complies to all environmental regulations in countries with the highest environmental standards.

ACTI is an American based producer whose outstanding engineering was four times awarded as the “Best Available Control Technology” (BACT) for emissions at SCAQMD and listed there as an approved “Ultra Low NOx Burner Systems”.

7 Solar Power Plants in Bulgaria Prepared for Refinancing

Waste to Energy International (WTEI) starts activity in different sector of alternative energy projects.

Solar farmToday, WTEI was officially and exclusively appointed to cooperate and pursue the refinancing and sale of 7 ground mounted solar power plants. Total capacity of the system is approximately 20 MWp of electricity produced. Project is already constructed, connected to grid and under operation. Due to the progressive strategy of the local developer, these plants are to be refinanced and sold to a strong international private equity investor.

Activities to enter this relatively new sector of alternative and green energy were initiated by WTEI in May, 2012. For these types of solar farms projects, WTEI created a customized and dedicated financial model with an accompanying investment memorandum.

Moscow City Awarded Tender to WTEI Consortium

Today, the City of Moscow awarded a tender to build a new waste-to-energy plant to the Waste to Energy International (WTEI) consortium.

As a member of the “RIKS” consortium, WTEI took participation in this tender offering for financing, construction and operating of the new sludge processing plant in Moscow, Russia. The plant with capacity of 105,000 tons of sludge per year should be constructed in the Moscow region in the next 2 years and be in operation for the next 20 years. Today, all bids except ours were rejected, which was the decision of tender commission and was published on the official site of the Moscow Government.

Concession agreement will be signed between the Government of Moscow and the consortium, which unites European, Russian, Canadian and Middle East market leaders. Investment value of the project is more than 205 million EUR.

Genuine Milestone for WTEI

Waste to Energy International (WTEI) take participation in tender for construction new sludge burning plant on 19th sludge place of GUP «Mosvodocanal».

With capacity of 105,000 tons of incinerated sludge per year and investment value about 200 million EUR this will be the greatest plant in Russia and one of the biggest in Europe.

This project is a genuine milestone for WTEI. In the whole Russian Federation the thermal treatment of waste is currently just making a start.

On the other hand it is necessary to develop in the medium till long term a waste disposal strategy for dealing with a volume of annually roughly 130 million tons of domestic waste in a manner which is economical and friendly to the environment.

The new plant in Moscow will help to solve the waste problem of the capital and to promote the application of modern waste incineration technologies in the federation.