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EWEC (Emirates Water and Electricity Company), the main procurer for water and electricity in Abu Dhabi, and Abu Dhabi Waste Management Company (Tadweer) announced on Thursday that they have received proposals from two consortia for the development of the greenfield Abu Dhabi Waste-to-Energy (WtE) Independent Power Project (IPP). The project will have an expected annual processing capacity of 900,000 tonnes of waste, enabling an expected carbon emissions reduction of 1.1 million tonnes per year. It is expected to generate enough electricity to power up to 52,500 households. The WtE project aims to commercially operate by the fourth quarter of 2026.

Abu Dhabi receives bids from two consortia for Waste-to-Energy IPP

EWEC (Emirates Water and Electricity Company), the main procurer for water and electricity in Abu Dhabi, and Abu Dhabi Waste Management Company (Tadweer) announced on Thursday that they have received proposals from two consortia for the development of the greenfield Abu Dhabi Waste-to-Energy (WtE) Independent Power Project (IPP). The project will have an expected annual processing capacity of 900,000 tonnes of waste, enabling an expected carbon emissions reduction of 1.1 million tonnes per year. It is expected to generate enough electricity to power up to 52,500 households. The WtE project aims to commercially operate by the fourth quarter of 2026.

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