Point to Note

Report from New Delhi Two Major Oil distribution company signed MOU on 30 June 2020 for setting up of a Waste to Energy Plant. The Waste to Energy Plant will be set up at Okhla barrage in the East Delhi district of Delhi. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Municipal Corporation South Delhi and two Maharatna Public Sector Undertaking (PSUs) Indian Oil and NTPC Limited (Electric power distribution company).

Municipal Solid Waste Delhi Management has been a major issue for the local Municipal Authorities, the WTE Plant will help in solving the issues and also will lead us towards a more energy efficient and greener future.

TIER II and TIER III cities of the nation has been increasing from day-to-day of Solid Municipal Waste in. The Plant in Okhla Delhi will serve as a demonstrative model, the success of which will further help in establishing such Plants in other cities of the country.

About the Waste to Energy Plant

Gasification Technology will be used in the WTE Plant that will have the capacity to process 17500 tons of RDF per year. From combustible components of Municipal Waste, Refuse Derived Fuel is produced. Through Gasification Technology, this Refuse Derived Fuel will be used for the production of Syngas. Syngas will be further used to generate electricity by using it in reciprocating engines or turbines.

Indian Oil and SDMC signs MoU Indian Oil and SDMC signs MoU