Numerous factors must be examined for the development of a Waste-to-Energy project. In addition to the acquisition of land, major factors will include total daily waste collected (minimum of 1,000 tons per day), moisture level in the waste, “tipping fees” for the input waste, and the sell price (measured in kilowatt hours) for the produced energy.
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After initial review of the above factors, Samaha Group will work with our technology partner to create a “Project Exposé” containing complete technical, commercial and financial models for the anticipated Waste-to-Energy project.
Samaha Group will engage with designated waste management authorities/companies to obtain Letters of Intent (“LOI”) to deliver the required waste and a LOI to get the RWA Letter. Additionally, Samaha Group will engage with the designated governmental authority to receive a conditional Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA”) for the generated output.
Upon approval of the proposed project by our technology partner, project financing (sourced from Germany, Luxembourg and other locations) will be engaged and executed.
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The primary form of energy utilized in the USA from the late 1800’s until today has been non- renewable fossil fuels, namely, coal, petroleum and natural gas. Such fossil fuels have been used for the production of electricity, but at a tremendous environmental cost.
Our German technology partner’s process:
Samaha Group brings a unique German-engineered and produced Waste-to-Energy technology that can process more than 3,000 tons of municipal waste per day with zero emissions, while providing green energy.
Unlike competing procedures in the field of thermal gasification, the process employed by INTEC Energies GmbH (Thermolytic Cracking Process, registered as INTEC-TCP®) is highlighted by the following features: