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Iraq has chosen the winning bid for its inaugural waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Baghdad, a strategic move led by the National Investment Commission (NIC). The selected firm, experienced in environmental and energy projects, emerged from a competitive pool of over 15 bidders. This plant aims to transform approximately 3,000 tonnes of daily waste into 80-90 megawatts of electricity, addressing both waste management and power generation needs in Baghdad, which produces around 9,000 tonnes of waste per day. This project signifies Iraq's commitment to sustainable infrastructure and energy solutions, setting a precedent for future WTE initiatives​

Iraq Picks Bidder for Baghdad Waste-to-Energy Project

Iraq has chosen the winning bid for its inaugural waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Baghdad, a strategic move led by the National Investment Commission (NIC). The selected firm, experienced in environmental and energy projects, emerged from a competitive pool of over 15 bidders. This plant aims to transform approximately 3,000 tonnes of daily waste into 80-90 megawatts of electricity, addressing both waste management and power generation needs in Baghdad, which produces around 9,000 tonnes of waste per day. This project signifies Iraq’s commitment to sustainable infrastructure and energy solutions, setting a precedent for future WTE initiatives​

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