Use Case: Decentralized Waste-to-Energy Solution

Waste is typically available in abundance everywhere. Urbanization and economic growth are the main driving factors behind accelerated waste generation. Waste could act as a raw material for manufacturing industries or as fuel for power production. But, the challenge lies in the collection, transportation and sorting of the waste.

One of the key barriers to economic development  in many countries is the lack of energy. It is a vicious circle really; lack of energy means low manufacturing rate, which translates to weak exports and shortage of foreign currency for fuel import purposes. And building power generation facilities alone is not enough. There must be a simultaneous power distribution network development plan as well.

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Benefits

Waste Management

  • Creating new business potential
  • Simplifying waste logistics
  • Reducing environmental impacts
  • Matching future regulations
  • Postponing landfill investments
  • Green image benefits

Power & Utility

  • Decentralizing power generation
  • Enabling off-grid solutions
  • Offering fuel & production flexibility
  • Harnessing endless fuel source
  • Utilizing carbon credit schemes
  • Fast plant delivery

Investors

  • Excellent return on investment (ROI)
  • Scalable business model
  • Diversified investment portfolio
  • Vendor arranged funding
  • Fast project roll-out
  • Plant relocation option

Other Stakeholders

  • Turning waste into local welfare
  • Health & environmental benefits
  • Local reliable energy supply
  • Educational & job opportunities
  • Improving living conditions
  • Implementing development funding