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Pangilinan to jointly develop renewable energy (RE), particularly waste-to-energy facility.
The plant is India's first Euro norms compliant waste-to-energy facility. The plant will mitigate over 8 million tons of greenhouse gases over the life of the project, thus combating global warming, it said.
According to DMRC, the Ghazipur plant is India's first Euro standard-compliant waste-to-energy facility, and can eliminate eight million tons of greenhouse gases over its life cycle.
>Dubai is building a Dh2.5b waste-to-energy facility that can power 120,000 homes
An environmental group opposed to garbage incineration is urging the Quezon City government to cancel a planned waste-to-energy facility that will be set up with a consortium of local and foreign firms, calling the project 'a clear violation' of existing environmental laws.
The Sharjah Waste to Energy Facility, which is the UAE's first waste-to-energy facility, is being managed by the Emirates Waste to Energy Company (EWEC), a joint venture formed by Bee'ah and Masdar.
The Sharjah Waste-to-Energy Facility is being managed by Emirates Waste to Energy Company, a joint venture formed by Masdar and Bee'ah last year, and is expected to be on stream by 2020.
"Our joint venture with Masdar, the Emirates Waste to Energy Company, is now building its first waste-to-energy facility in Sharjah.
The Sharjah Waste-to-Energy Facility will have a capacity of around 30 megawatts, enough power to supply around 28,000 UAE homes.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) has announced that it will fund the development of a 30MW waste-to-energy facility in Sharjah.
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), the leading national entity for development aid, has approved a $33 million (AED 121 million) concessionary loan for the development of a waste-to-energy facility in the emirate of Sharjah.