Our Gasification & Recycling could produce 1.599 Million MWh each year from twelve plants for Kenya.
This has been a one year development programme and the twelve Recycling & Gasification plants can be built in Nairobi & Mombasa and throughout Kenya and other Cities over a one to two year period. Governor's support letters now being arranged and continued negotiations are still in progress.
May 2021 negotiations took place with the Governor of Kiambu near Nairobi to have two 500 tonnes per day (tpd) Waste Gasification Energy & 100% Recycling plants. Negotiations are ongoing pending a Proposal and then meetings with Ministers and a possible visit to our operational plant at INEZ in kentucky in the USA.
It may be possible to have twenty-four plants once negotiations with the Government are completed and Governors have also agreed, making it possible for each County to have a plant.
This proven Alset Power technology processes the MSW from the Cities, Towns & Villages together with Landfill sites without any sorting, it all just goes into the gasification system. We also provide all the infrastructure requirements of 200 Trucks & 1,000 Rickshaws.
Many Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's) will be met in this project.
Having no need to sort the waste is a big labour-saving step that is eliminated from the process.
100% Recycling of metal, glass and Ceramics is possible and using the plastic in energy recovery to increase Kenya's Green Energy. The Energy recovery technology is Gasification, there is NO air pollution and NO ground water contamination & ZERO to Landfill from our Gasification & process
Kenya produces 6,000 tonnes per day of MSW and Nairobi City produces 2,475 tonnes per day.
This Gasification technology has received the highest rating from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the USA for the cleanest process system for MSW treatment, cost effective, sustainable, proven technology and comes with full Bilateral non PPP funding.
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The Gasification process also destroys all the plastic and rubber from tyres, rendering the remaining final products as 100% inert. Because of the need for more Green electricity in Kenya it is better to use this plastic in energy generation in our plants.
People will be paid to bring additional waste to the plants.
The end products from this process are ferrous metals and non-ferrous metals 15 to 20 tonnes per day from each plant, which are then recycled together with 15 to 20 tonnes of glass, ceramics and ash.
The glass and ceramics are then ground and added to concrete along with the ash for the production of concrete blocks, NOTHING remains for landfill – ZERO to Landfill
ZERO 100% Reuse & Recycling
Gasification is very clean and 45% more efficient than Incineration. Our EPC Company that will build the plants is Siemens. 100% Recycling with Gasification electricity production & Recycling for Kenya.
Gasification is very clean and 45% more efficient than Incineration & 50% lower cost. Our EPC Company that will build the plants is Siemens. 100% Recycling with Gasification electricity production & Recycling
200 New Trucks & 1,000 Gas-powered Rickshaws to collect waste from Cities & Villages
Help with Sustainable Waste Management in Kenya with our Twelve new Gasification & Recycling plants and a fleet of 200 Heil Trucks & 1,000 Gas-powered Rickshaws. ZERO to Landfill & 100% Recycling
Gas turbine (GT) OEMs have been racing for decades to deliver bigger machines, higher efficiency and larger combined cycle plants. Siemens scored a world record with a 4,800 MW combined cycle plant in Egypt (Turbomachinery International, Nov/Dec 2018).
GE and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) both claim to have the biggest GT. GE’s 9HA.02 comes in at 557 MW, while MHPS’s M701JAC provides 563 MW. GE, Siemens and MHPS all claim the world record on combined cycle efficiency.
Siemens has received its first order from Panama for six SGT-800 gas turbines. The industrial gas turbines, along with a steam turbine, will provide approximately 440 megawatts of electrical power as part of a flexible combined cycle power plant.