Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) introduced its B&W Renewable enterprise phase has been awarded a contract for about $22 million to design and provide superior waste-to-energy know-how to assist an influence producer in Asia scale back its reliance on coal and reduce the quantity of waste despatched to landfills.
B&W Renewable will design and provide a 440-ton-per-day waste-to-energy boiler, DynaGrate®combustion grate and different combustion gear, together with burners and sootblowers. The plant will generate cleaner electrical energy for the group whereas processing roughly 160,000 tons of commercial waste yearly.
“Decarbonization efforts are gaining momentum worldwide, particularly in Asia, whereas the necessity to responsibly and sustainably handle industrial and municipal waste continues to develop,” stated B&W Govt Vice President and Chief Working Officer Jimmy Morgan. “Waste-to-energy applied sciences are a perfect answer to supply renewable, baseload energy whereas decreasing greenhouse gasoline emissions and reliance on landfills.”
“Our enterprise within the Asia-Pacific area continues to develop, with vital alternatives for B&W’s renewable, environmental and thermal applied sciences,” stated Nick Carter, Managing Director of B&W’s Asia-Pacific area. “We look ahead to persevering with to offer options to assist our prospects all through the area with their clear power transition.”