Waste to energy project plans in the UK progress

A second Multifuel energy from waste plant will be developed at the Ferrybridge Power Station. The waste to energy (W2E) facility will be known as FM2 (Ferrybridge Multifuel 2) and Multifuel Energy (MEL) – an equal joint venture between Wheelabrator Technologies, a W2E company based in the United States, and SSE a UK utility – is developing the project, which will be the second of its kind at the Ferrybridge Power Station site. It is estimated that the FM2 will be capable of producing about 70 MW of energy once…

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Waste-to-energy project in Iran to receive huge investment from U.S. company

World Eco Energy intends to invest over a billion dollars in Iranian W2E plan. A waste-to-energy (W2E) project that will produce power from solid waste and is to be developed in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari, a southwestern province in Iran, is to receive a whopping $1.175 billion from the U.S. firm, an investment that will be matched by local companies. A partnership has formed between the U.S. company and Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari. World Eco Energy (WEE) representatives and the province’s Governor General, Malek-Mohammad Qorbanpour, recently signed a deal in regard to the project. As part…

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Waste to energy incinerator could solve trash problem in Hawaii County

Companies compete for the Hawaii W2E project. A waste to energy (W2E) incinerator might be the solution that Hawaii County has been waiting for to help it deal with its garbage issues and a list of finalists, who are being considered for the project, was released earlier this week. Three companies have made the short list and all three specialize in producing energy from waste. The companies include: • Green Conversion System Inc. – which recently constructed an incinerator for Los Angeles. • Covanta Energy Corporation. – the operator of…

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