Abu Dhabi to start a $600 million waste-to-energy project

Abu Dhabi to start a $600 million waste-to-energy project
Abu Dhabi to start a $600 million waste-to-energy project

Electricity and water companies approached UAE And the Emirati company, Tadweer, won a project to generate energy from waste, with a value of about 600 million dollarAs part of a government plan to reduce carbon emissions, sources told Al Arabiya.net.

The capacity of the new recycling plant is between 600,000 and 900,000 tons of garbage annually, and it is expected to generate 60 megawatts of energy and is located near Al Dhafra in Abu Dhabi, according to the sources.

It includes a list companies which compete to win the project Acciona of Spain, Hitachi of China, Mitsubishi and the source ofEmirati and Aquapower Saudi Arabia.

According to sources, he is providing advisory services to the upcoming project Ramboll and Ashurst.

And at the beginning of last year, the UAE launched a policy to “produce energy from waste” in the emirate with the aim of supporting a shift towards a more sustainable economy by enhancing the role and importance of the circular economy.

The entities working to implement the strategy include the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy, the Holding Company (ADQ), the Tadweer Center, the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA), the Emirates Water and Electricity Company, and the Abu Dhabi Energy Corporation.

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