Waste to Energy Facility Arizona USA - ECO

EWP is a proposed municipal zero waste to energy plant to be located in Casa Grande, Arizona. EWP will utilize mature enhanced thermal conversion technologies that will process 1100 tons of municipal solid waste per day and have a capacity to generate 50 MW of electricity per hour for sale to the public grid. The plant will also recycle 10 tons of scrap metal and rockwool per day for sale and produce methane and hydrogen as an alternative energy product for sale less expensive than conventional stand-alone technologies. The Project will operate as an independent energy provider under PURPA’s self-certification process as a qualified facility EWP has received approval to build and operate a tipping station that will take waste from the town which will provide over 80% of the daily feedstock needs. The remainder will come from private sources. EWP is requesting $190M for the construction and equipping of the operation. The project is shovel -ready and will be in operation within 24 months of funding. EBITDA projections indicate strong profits within 3 years. The executive team has 90 years of total energy, operations. The projects ECM team is made up of strong, nationally-recognized firms.
USD Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Turnover
0
0
23,104,000
57,964,546
61,914,496
EBITDA
0
0
13,693,559
46,885,828
49,214,170
%
0
0
59%
80%
79.5%
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