Russia – WtE Plants
Construction of four WtE plants
Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) and PJSC ZiO-Podolsk have signed an agreement which will see them construct four waste-to-energy (WtE) plants in Moscow.
It is understood that HZI will be taking on the supply of technology and PJSC ZiO-Podolsk will be delivering manufacturing services for the power island equipment.
UK – WtE Facility
Construction of a 350,000 tpa WtE facility
Fortum Glasgow, a joint venture between Fortum Oyj and Verus Energy, has acquired the South Clyde Energy Centre. The site has planning permission for a 350,000 tpa capacity WtE plant, which was originally granted consent back in 2012.
The facility will divert waste from landfill and process it to generate electricity and heat. Work could start as early as 2020 if plans go ahead.