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NTPC signs MoU with IOCL & SDMC for Waste to Energy Pilot Plant at Okhla Landfill Site

Power News - Published on Fri, 03 Jul 2020

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India’s largest power generator NTPC Limited and Indian Oil Corporation Limited signed a bi-partite MoU and a tri-partite MoU amongst NTPC, IOCL and South Delhi Municipal Corporation have been signed at Delhi for Development of Waste to Energy facility at Okhla Landfill site. Under the MoU, it is proposed to set up Plasma Enhanced Gasification technology-based Waste to Energy pilot plant at SDMC Okhla Landfill site utilising 50 TPD Refuse Derived Fuel & generating one MW of Electricity. The technology is eco-friendly as there are hardly any flue gases or bottom ash waste. The Pilot Plant is being setup for Technology demonstration.

NTPC is collaborating with municipalities of East Delhi Municipal Corporation along with Kawas, Varanasi, Indore and Mohali. The municipal solid waste will be segregated and processed to utilise combustion fraction for conversion to coal or for power generation, biodegradable fraction for production of methane gas for use as bio CNG, and the recycled residue shall be used for construction purpose after required processing.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Fri, 03 Jul 2020
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