Two WtE plants planned for Uttar Pradesh

As reported by The Times of India, the Government of Uttar Pradesh and Dutch company GC International have recently signed an agreement towards establishing two Waste-to-Energy plants in Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad. GC International will invest INR 20 billion for setting up the two plants. The state government would subsequently sign an MoU with the state energy department for the purchase of electricity generated from the plants, at a rate of INR 7.5 per unit. According to another source, land acquisition for the Ghaziabad WtE plant has recently been completed.

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