Laogang Waste-to-Energy Project is a 210MW biopower project. It is located in Shanghai, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in 2014.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Biopower||210||210||–||Active||Shanghai, China||Shanghai Electric Power Construction|
The project was developed by Shanghai Electric Power Construction.
The project generates 900GWh of electricity.
The process of combustion has been adopted in this project to release the stored energy from the feed. Refuse which is a kind of municipal solid waste is used as a feedstock to power the project.
The project consists of 2 turbines each with 30 MW nameplate capacity and 3 turbines each with 50 MW nameplate capacity respectively.
The project got commissioned in 2014.
Hitachi Zosen supplied steam boiler for the project.
Hangzhou New Century Energy Environmental Protection Engineering supplied steam boiler for the project.
About Shanghai Electric Power Construction
Shanghai Electric Power Construction Co Ltd (SEPCC) is a power construction service provider. The company’s services include engineering construction, general contracting, electric power construction, and electric power construction projects management services. It also provides project financing, project management, project construction and equipment management, project supervision, commissioning, operation training and other turnkey solutions. SEPCC designs, manufactures and sales products such as power generation and electrical equipment. The company serves coal plant, EPC power plant, gas and oil turbine power plants, solar power plants, nuclear power plants, and power transmission projects. SEPCC is headquartered in Shanghai, China.
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