waste to energy
The Sharjah Waste-to-Energy Facility will have a capacity of around 30 megawatts, enough power to supply around 28,000 UAE homes
New technologies have been developed to prevent the negative impacts of landfills, which focus on “energy recovery” plants, also known as “Waste to Energy” plants or W2E, says David de Lara, Middle East Country Manager, ACCIONA Industrial
Waste-to-energy project has been drawn up for the Dubai 10X Initiative
The GCC’s waste volume is expected to reach 180 million tonnes in the next five years, which augments the case for investment in waste-to-energy (WTE). Is the region now overcoming bottlenecks that previously stood in the way of utility scale WTE?
The UAE ministry of climate change and environment has signed an agreement with Abu Dhabi's future energy company Masdar, and Sharjah-based Bee’ah for setting up a waste-to-energy conversion facility in Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah.