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13.6 MW Plasma Gasification Waste Project to Demo Fuel Cells

Plasma_1090051_WikM_300London, UK based Waste2Tricity (W2T), which specialises in advancing the use of plasma gasification technology to treat waste, as well as the integration of fuel cells to generate electricity is to start a Concept Design Study for the development of an advanced waste to energy plant.

According to the company, waste, mineral and environmental infrastructure developer, Peel Environmental, will provide the property for the facility.

W2T said that the facility will process around 100,000 tonnes per year of residual household or commercial and industrial waste sourced from several suppliers including Energy Gap Ltd.

SITA Waste to Energy Plant Largest Ever PPP for Poland

SITA projekt-ppp-sita-zielona-energ-2_635xSITA Polska has signed a 25 year contract to build and operate a 220,000 tonne per year waste to energy plant in the city of Poznañ, Poland.

According to the company – a part of SUEZ Environnement (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) – the contract is the largest ever Public Private Partnership (PPP) tender in Poland, with a construction cost estimated at some 725 million zloty ($229 million).

19 MW Waste to Energy Plant Fuelled by Fats from London’s Sewers

Beckton-Sewage-Works-2_300A 19 MW waste to energy Combined Heat and Power (CHP) facility that will process waste fats removed from London’s sewer system is to be built following a funding agreement with a consortium led by independent investment firm iCON Infrastructure.

According to iCON the plant will be developed and operated by renewable energy specialist, 2OC and once operational will be the world’s largest fat-fuelled power station.

Located in at Beckton, East London the plant will be integrated with the National Grid’s gas pressure reduction station and is in close proximity to Thames Water’s desalination plant and sewage treatment works – all critical infrastructure facilities serving London.

Waste to Energy Demo Facility for Abu Dhabi

Abu_Dhabi_from_Space-_280A demonstration waste to energy is to be built on Abu Dhabi’s Dalma Island following the extension of a partnership between  Abu Dhabi based energy company TAQA  (ADX: TAQA) and The Center for Waste Management – Abu Dhabi (CWM).

According to TAWA, together with CWM it will develop a waste to energy plant that produces 1 – 2 MW of energy.

Global Waste Incineration Market to Hit $16.8 billion by 2022

Graph_SXC_240The value of the global waste incineration market is set to hit $16.8 billion by 2022, according to a new report by industrial markets research company, SBI Reports.

The report found that while global growth in incineration faltered in the wake of the global economic turndown, markets are well-poised for continued recovery and consistent growth.

The analysts said that since 2008 the global market for incinerators has resurged from $7.9 billion to $9.2 billion in 2012 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.9%).

The researchers also forecast a CAGR of 6.2% for the years between 2012 and 2022 to take the total value to some $16.8 billion.