APP passes ETI phase 1 with flying colours

Companies in £2.8m ETI competition to design the most economically & commercially viable, efficient energy from waste gasification demonstrator plant possible complete the design phase successfully

The three companies in the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) £2.8m competition to design an economically and commercially viable, efficient energy from waste gasification demonstrator plant have all completed the design phase of the competition with flying colours.

Advanced Plasma Power, Broadcrown and Royal Dahlman were each commissioned last year to design and develop a plant to demonstrate an integrated waste to energy gasification system that would be commercial at between 5 and 20 megawatts (MWe). The chosen plant could now be designed, built, tested and in operation by 2016 at sites in Tyseley in Birmingham, Wednesbury in the West Midlands and Grimsby in North East Lincolnshire, depending on the design taken forward.

To read the full article, please visit the ETI website.



One Response to “APP passes ETI phase 1 with flying colours”

  1. very great stuff, and competition over our environmental problem of handling waste.

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