• Government Of Punjab is planning to take up project in Simgauli village in Mohali district, Punjab. The project involves setting up 7 MW waste to energy plant. The project will be completed within the next two years and the waste to energy plant would generate power from 600 tonnes per day (TPD) waste collected from Mohali and Patiala. As of January 2020, Singh chaired a meeting here and also gave approval for an MoU between the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Municipal Corporation Mohali.
  • Municipal Corporation Gurgaon is planning to take up waste to energy plant expansion project in Bandhwari Village, Gurugram, Haryana. The project involves expanding the waste to energy plant from 15 MW to 25 MW for integrated municipal solid waste processing facility. The estimated cost of the project is Rs.6170.092 million. On July 2020, environment clearance for the project is underway. As of March 2021, the waste-to-energy plant is yet to be set up by Ecogreen Energy Private Limited at the site. According to MCG officials, nearly 10 acres of land is required for the waste-to-energy plant while the Bandhwadi plant is spread over 30 acres of municipal land. The corporation officials informed that the civic body has paid more than Rs. 1260 million to Ecogreen in 31 months but the company did not begin the work even after a year of getting environmental clearance.
  • Karnataka Power Corporation is planning to take up waste to energy plant in Bidadi, Karnataka. The project involves setting up waste to energy plant with capacity 11.5 MW. The estimated cost of the project is Rs.2600 million. The plant will have indigenous products and equipment. The plant will need 600 tonne of segregated waste on a daily basis to produce power. As of October 2020, The letter of award for construction of the WTE plant has been awarded to Noida-based ISGEC Heavy Engineering, along with its consortium partner Hitachi Zosen India.
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