VietNamNet Bridge – The government’s commitment to purchase all electricity output generated from waste-to-energy projects have encouraged more investors to develop projects in HCMC.
The HCMC authorities have called for investment in waste-to-electricity projects
HCMC produces 8,500 tons of domestic waste every day which is treated by Vietstar, Tam Sinh Nghia Investment & Development JSC, Vietnam Waste Solutions and Citenco.
The municipal authorities have called on investors to invest in waste-to-energy plants which generate electricity and protect the environment.
|HCMC produces 8,500 tons of domestic waste every day which is treated by Vietstar, Tam Sinh Nghia Investment & Development JSC, Vietnam Waste Solutions and Citenco.
According to Thoi bao Kinh Te Sai Gon , 34 investors, Vietnamese and foreign, have shown their willingness to develop projects to improve dumping grounds and treat waste with waste-to-energy technology.
These include foreign investors that use modern technologies such as Trisun Green Energy Corporation and Hitachi Zosen from Japan, Keppel – Tien Phuoc joint operation (Singapore), Naavovo Energy INC (Canada) and Sudokwon SLC (South Korea) Continue reading “More than 30 investors to pour money into electricity-from-waste plants”