Nanjing Waste to Energy Project is a 90MW biopower project. It is located in Jiangsu, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in June 2014.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Biopower||90||90||–||Active||Jiangsu, China||China Everbright Environment Group|
The project was developed by China Everbright Environment Group.
The process of combustion has been adopted in this project to release the stored energy from the feed. Household waste 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 20 MW nameplate capacity and 2 turbines each with 25 MW nameplate capacity respectively.
The project got commissioned in June 2014.
China Everbright Environment Group supplied steam boiler for the project.
About China Everbright Environment Group
China Everbright Environment Group Ltd (China Everbright), formerly China Everbright International Ltd, is a provider of integrated environmental solutions. It carries out investment, construction engineering, technology development and operation of energy, power and water treatment projects. The company focuses on waste-to-energy, biomass power generation, food waste treatment, waste sorting, methane-to-energy, solar photovoltaic energy, wastewater treatment, industrial solid waste and hazardous waste treatment and reusable water projects. It manufactures and supplies various equipment including leachate treatment systems, grate furnaces and automatic control systems for waste-to-energy projects, purification systems and sludge dehydration equipment. The company operates in China, Vietnam, Poland and Germany. China Everbright is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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