Waste-to-energy plant to use GE natural gas-fired engines

General Electric (GE) will supply Jenbacher gas turbines to power a series of advanced recycling and energy conversion plants that will be developed by Green Waste Energy in a waste-to-energy project.

GE will provide GWE’s unit, Green Waste Energy Development (GWED), with Jenbacher J620 gas engines, which will use the syngas produced at the waste gasification plants to generate power. Each engine will generate nearly 2 MW of power. GE will also provide technical support.

GWED uses C6 Technologies’ proprietary and patent-pending non-burn waste-advanced pyrolysis technology in its AREC project. The technology is designed to turn a wide range of waste into syngas that can then be used in gas engines.

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