Yanji City Garbage Incineration Power Project is a 15MW biopower project. It is located in Jilin, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in July 2017.

Project Type Total Capacity (MW) Active Capacity (MW) Pipeline Capacity (MW) Project Status Project Location Project Developer
Biopower 15 15 Active Jilin, China China Tiyanying


The project was developed by China Tiyanying.

The project cost is $58.28m.

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 1 turbine with 15MW nameplate capacity.

Development Status

The project got commissioned in July 2017.

Contractors Involved

China Tiyanying is the O&M contractor for the project.

About China Tiyanying

China Tiyanying Inc (China Tiyanying), formerly China Kejian Company Ltd is an environmental protection and new energy service provider. The company’s business activities include investment, construction, operation and maintenance of environmental protection infrastructure projects; and development, production, and sales of environmental protection equipment. It also concentrates on harmless, waste reduction, and resource recycling of wastes. China Tiyanying’s products include waste incinerator furnace equipment, flue gas purification system equipment, SNCR denitrification equipment, fly ash stabilization equipment, leachate treatment system equipment, odor treatment equipment, and domestic garbage compression. The company’s projects include Jiangsu Rudong, Jiangsu Qidong, Jiangsu Hai’an, Shenzhen Pinghu, Fujian Lianjiang, Shandong Binzhou and Jilin Liaoyuan waste incineration power plants. China Tiyanying is headquartered in Jiangsu, China.


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