WtE space heats up

WtE is widely in use in developed countries like Japan, South Korea and northern Europe. And it is making inroads in South-East Asia

WASTE-to-energy (WtE) is the latest in the renewable energy (RE) space that is getting a lot of attention.

YTL Power International Bhd announced recently that it is partnering with KDEB Waste Management Sdn Bhd to develop a 58 megawatt (MW) WtE plant on a 245-acre site in Rawang, Selangor. The proposed RM4.5bil plant will use municipal waste from six areas to generate electricity.

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