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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Massive waste to energy facility to be built in Sharjah

The energy from waste project in the UAE will be the largest in the world. Chinook Sciences, a UK firm based out of Nottingham, has won a £300 million (approximately $505 million) contract with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to build the world’s biggest thermal waste to energy (W2E) plant in the Emirate of Sharjah. It is anticipated that the UK economy will directly benefit from this contract. Over the next two years, approximately 200 jobs are expected to be created in the United Kingdom to support this huge W2E…

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