NTPC Limited, India’s largest power generation company, has invited interested domestic and international developers to construct 100 waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities in the country under the Swatch Bharat Mission of the government of India.
The selected developers would be provided with land, a supply of waste, and support in getting regulatory clearances for speedy implementation. Also, power purchase agreements will be arranged for the developers. The last part is very crucial for a project developer as a power purchase agreement backed by NTPC will boost confidence among funding agencies.
NTPC is seeking developers having a track record of successful commercial operations of WTE with a capacity of 300 tonnes per day or more with at least two years of successful operations. The shortlisted companies would be empaneled for setting up the facilities for which a separate tender will be floated. Read More…
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