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SWAZI-POWER

Swaziland consumes 200MW of base load electricity.  The project will provide 200MW to the Swaziland Electricity Corporation at a proposed rate, where the additional capacity will be provided for export of power to neighbouring countries through back to back agreements via the Southern African Power Pool.

ZANZI-POWER

The Synchrona Waste Management Zanzibar Project will be providing up to 21 Megawatts per hour of electricity (24/7) from a 500 ton per day waste to energy plant and up to 200 Megawatts per hour of electricity (24/7) from a natural gas power plant at a competitive price to the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar. Both plants will be located in the Fumba Free Zone, 14 km South of Stone Town, Zanzibar.

BAGA-POWER

The study was concluded for the provision of a total of 2 GW of base load electricity capacity to the National Grid from local industrial zones in Tanzania.

MBEYA-POWER

The study was performed for Synchrona Waste Management Mbeya who would be providing at least 10 Megawatts per hour of electricity (24/7) at a competitive price to TANESCO from a 300 ton per day Waste to Energy plant coupled with a Carbon Capture & Neutralization plant located at the landfill site in Mbeya, Tanzania.

Delhi-POWER

The project is designed to alleviate the mounting pressures of increased waste generation in New Delhi that has become an environmental hazard, while producing energy from a 170 ton per day Waste to Energy plant. The pilot plant will demonstrate the capabilities of a proven technology and extend into contracts for over 2,000 tons of waste per day.

JAM-COMBINED HEAT & POWER

The project would provide Jamaica Energy Partners with an investment opportunity that yields an IRR of 20% or greater over a ten year period by selling electricity to the Jamaica Public Service Company, while providing the steam requirements for industry as the by-product of the power generation.

COEGA-POWER BARGE

The complete feasibility study and design engineering was concluded for a 250MW power barge, using a combined cycle power plant consisting of 4 X GE LM6000’s with HRSG. The power barge design was performed by third party engineering firms in the USA while the supporting infrastructure localy was concluded by Volco Power’s team of engineers.

PILANE-POWER

The feasibility study was conducted to assess the viability of a complete waste management process using internationally proven technologies. The study included the use of transfer stations, waste collection and logistics of waste to increase volumes for a Waste to Energy plant that would process 400 tons of waste per day.

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