Itabashi Cleaning Power Station is a 13.2MW biopower project. It is located in Tokyo, Japan. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in December 2002.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Biopower||13.2||13.2||–||Active||Tokyo, Japan||Sumitomo|
The project was developed by Sumitomo and is currently owned by Clean Association of Tokyo 23.
Itabashi Cleaning Power Station is a combined heat and power (CHP) project. Refuse which is a kind of municipal solid waste is used as a feedstock to power the project.
The project got commissioned in December 2002.
Power Purchase Agreement
The power generated from the project is sold to Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings under a power purchase agreement.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries was selected as the steam turbine supplier for the project. The company provided 1 turbine with 13.2MW nameplate capacity.
Sumitomo supplied steam boiler for the project. The boiler installed at the site has a capacity of 600TPH.
Sumitomo Corp (Sumitomo) is a business enterprise that operates in metal products, infrastructure, transportation, construction systems, media, network and lifestyle retail, general products, real estate, financial services, logistics, mineral resources and energy, chemicals, and electronics industries. It provides crop protection products, fertilizers, and other agricultural materials. The company also provides leasing of aircraft; telecommunication services in Myanmar; and is involved in the import and export of chemicals, machinery, metals, fuels; trilateral trade and domestic and international business investment. The company operates in several countries across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, CIS, Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. Sumitomo is headquartered at Tokyo, Japan.
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