Vieste – Glendale Waste To Energy Plant 54 MW – Arizona - Project Profile
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Vieste Energy LLC (Vieste) is planning to undertake the construction of a new waste-to-energy plant in Arizona, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 54MW waste-to-energy plant. It is being implemented in two phases
The first phase uses about 180,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) per annum to generate 15MW of power, and the remaining capacity will be completed in the second phase.
The project includes the construction of storage tanks, a substation, and a powerhouse, the installation of generators, turbines, boilers and transformers, and the laying of transmission lines.
ADP Holdings Ltd has been appointed as associated developer.
In May 2013, Abengoa was appointed as DBOM contractor to undertake design and construction, subsequent operation and maintenance of the project for a period of 30 years.
The first phase construction work commenced in July 2013 and was completed in February 2014.
The Vieste originally filed a lawsuit against the city in April 2015.
The second phase of the project is getting delayed due to legal issues disputes.
Stakeholder Information: Planning Authority: U.S. Department of Energy Associated Developer: ADP Holdings Ltd DBOM Contract: Abengoa S.A.
The project involves the construction of a pyrolytic gasification facility to generate 54MW of power in Glendale, Arizona, the US.
The US$110 million project includes the following: