Waste to Energy (WTE) is a form of renewable energy that has been growing in popularity and adoption internationally in recent years. WTE plants utilize organic waste, most often supplied from landfills, to generate electricity. Depending upon the type of WTE technology used in each plant, organic raw material is fed into the plant to generate electricity.
In recent years, governments and private industry have realized the critical role WTE technology can play in electrifying poor urban and/or remote communities, as well as industrial sites, worldwide while improving land, air, and water quality in the communities in which WTE plants operate.
WTE is a key technology that IRENA and its coalition of partners have agreed to support to decrease the 78% of citizens in East Africa that do not have electricity. Review the IRENA Africa report and see the facts yourself.
To learn more about how we can develop a WTE plant for your organization, contact us.