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Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum-Potential and Project Opportunities in India

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Waste to Energy projects serve the dual purpose of organised waste management as well as supplement the energy generation measures in a developing economy besides reducing emissions of green house gases through natural decay of garbage. Waste to Energy in India: Potential and Project Opportunities, the report gives a comprehensive coverage on waste to energy technologies, their potential and opportunities in India. In addition, project economics, financing and risks associated with the sector have been dealt with in-depth. Along with assessing the need for a dedicated policy for the sector, the report provides factors critical for the success of waste to energy projects in India. For further details http://www.infraline.com/Reports.aspx?id=274&tlt=Demystifying-Waste-to-Energy-Conundrum-Potential-and-Project-Opportunities-in-India&sl=Business%20Report%20Series

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Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum-Potential and Project Opportunities in India

  1. 1. Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum Potential and Project Opportunities in India November 2013 InfralineEnergy Publications
  2. 2. As an obvious consequence of India’s steady economic growth due led by service sector and growing focus on large scale industrialisation, the production of waste has increased manifolds over the last few years. Growing population with constantly changing consumption patterns adds heavily not only to the quantity but also to the variety of waste. With shrinking landfill capacities and increasing environmental concerns, the waste to energy market in India is fast catching up. Figure1: Total MSW generated in 59 Indian cities (T/D) Source: CPCB (1999-2011) Infraline Research (2012-2021) Waste to Energy projects serve the dual purpose of organised waste management as well as supplement the energy generation measures in a developing economy besides reducing emissions of green house gases through natural decay of garbage.. InfralineEnergy in the latest addition to its upcoming publication aims to take a more comprehensive and multidimensional study of this sector. Titled Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum: Potential and Project Opportunities in India, the report gives a comprehensive coverage on waste to energy technologies, their potential and opportunities in India. In addition, project economics, financing and risks associated with the sector have been dealt with in-depth. Along with assessing the need for a dedicated policy for the sector, the report provides factors critical for the success of waste to energy projects in India. Figure 2: Grid Connected Waste to Energy Installed Capacity in India (MW) Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum Potential and Project Opportunities in India InfralineEnergy Publications Source: MNRE *(Includes MSW, Urban and industrial waste) 55.25 58.91 64.96 72.46 89.68 96.08 FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2013 •Assessment of WTE Potential on Pan India basis •Opportunity Sizing for WTE projects •Top 10 cities providing business opportunities for WTE projects •Holistic coverage of Project Economics •Procedure to set up WTE Project, REC & CDM Registration •Critical Success Factors for WTE Project •Successful Business Models •Insights into Programmes and Norms on WTE •Exclusive: Profiling of Major Industry Players Key Research Highlights •Which cities hold the maximum potential for WTE? •What is the current status of WTE technologies in India? •What are the typical returns from WTE projects? •Which are the most attractive investment destinations for WTE in India? •What are the risks associated with WTE projects and how to mitigate them? •What is the funding mechanism? Key Questions Answered •Project Developers •New Market Entrants •Governing Bodies • Consultants • Equipment and Service Suppliers •Government Organizations •Technology Providers • Financiers •Research Organizations • Educational Institutes •NGO Must Buy For CAGR= 11.70% 30,058 39,031 50,592 64,101 81,217CAGR= 4.85%
  3. 3. Table of Contents Executive Summary 1. Introduction  Waste Generation and emerging scenario in India  MSW Disposal Mechanisms  Impact of Sanitary and Unsanitary Disposal of MSW  Energy from MSW: An Emerging Opportunity 2. Technologies  Thermo-Chemical Conversion  Biochemical Conversion  Comparison Between Various Technologies  Parameters Affecting Energy Recovery from MSW  Global Picture on Application of Technologies 3. Opportunity Assessment for Waste to Energy Projects in India  Potential for MSW to Energy in India  Business Opportunity along the MSW Value Chain  Successful Business Models in India and Abroad  Indirect Benefits to Major Stakeholders 4. Policies and Programmes facilitating Waste to Energy Projects in India  Central Initiatives  State Level Initiatives  Further Reforms required for supporting the Sector 5. Establishing Waste To Energy Plant in India  Initial Assessment  Feedstock Assessment  Location and Land Assessment/ Requirement  Technology Selection  Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)  Financial Assessment  Stakeholder’s Consultation  Detailed Project Report (DPR)  Clearances & Statutory Requirements  Procedure of REC Registration  Procedure of CDM Registration 6. Critical Success Factors  Composition and Yield of Waste  Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Collection and Segregation  Energy Content and Recovery Potential from MSW  Technological Options and Expected Products Slate  Institutional Framework for Waste Management and WTE  Institutional Framework for Electricity Marketing  Project Implementation Expertise  Plant Economics and Operation & Maintenance  Plant Location and Gestation Periods  Risk Mitigation for WTE Plants 7. Project Economics for MSW based Power Generation Projects  Major Cost Components  Operational Expenditure as a Percentage of Capital Expenditure  CDM Incentives  Applicable Incentives for enhancing Project Economics  Other Factors Influencing Economics of MSW based power generation projects  Generic Financial Model Demystifying Waste to Energy Conundrum Potential and Project Opportunities in India InfralineEnergy Publications 8. Financing Waste to Energy Projects  Financing Norms  Major Funding Agencies  Types of funding  Financing Procedures  Challenges in Funding WTE Projects  Business Models 9. Case Studies  Technology Based Case Studies  Global Best Practices  The Indian Experience 10. Profiles of Major Players  A2Z Infrastructure Limited  Asia Bio-Energy Private Limited  Cicon Environment Technologies  Excel Industries Limited  Hanjer Biotech Energies Private Limited  Hydroair Tectonics (PCD) Limited  IL & FS Environmental Infrastructure and Services Limited  Jindal ITF Limited  Mailhem Engineers Private Limited  Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited  Selco International Limited  SPML Infra Limited  UPL Environmental Engineers Limited  Zanders Engineers Limited The Précis Acronyms
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