Alter NRG to supply plasma gasification at waste-to-energy project in China

Westinghouse Plasma Technology will gasify 250 tonnes of waste per day for power generation.

October 9, 2014   by PLANT Staff

CALGARY — Alter NRG Corp.’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Westinghouse Plasma Technology, has been selected by China Everbright International Ltd. for a proposed waste-to-gas project in Nanjing China.

The project will process 500 tonnes of waste per day, of which approximately 250 tonnes will be gasified using Westinghouse’s plasma technology for electrical generation.

Everbright is an international developer of alternative energy projects including waste to energy with assets of approximately USD$6 billion.

The project has already finalized agreements with the Gaochun District in Nanjing and is in the process of finalizing an engineering study using the Westinghouse’s technology.


The project is expected to begin construction in late 2015.

Alter NRG is a developer of alternative energy technologies based in Calgary.

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