Second WtE plant in Jawaharnagar nears commissioning

Representational Image. WtE plant in Kemsley, UK, constructed by CNIM

The second WtE facility in Jawaharnagar, Telangana, is “almost ready for commissioning”. The project is planned to have a power supply capacity of 28 MWe, as Telangana Today reports.

The first WtE plant in Jawaharnagar went online in 2020 and has a processing capacity of 438,000 tpy of waste. It produces 19.8 MWe.

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