Heat, electricity and syngas to be delivered globally

True Green Energy Group signed a letter of intent with Beltran Technologies Inc. to supply, deliver, supervise and install 20 units of its complete modular standard MSW gasification systems to supply synthetic gas (syngas) to syngas power generation. The system will supply 2 MWeh plus a surplus of 2 MWth of additional thermal heat that will be sent to various landfill sites around the world. Supply and delivery of the systems is expected to cost $145 million.

Beltran has agreed that the time to design, fabricate, build, supply and deliver shall not exceed four months and installation of the system shall not exceed one month. The entire system includes a gasifier reactor with ash discharge; gas clean up system including cyclone filters, heat exchangers WESP, gas suction blower, pipe work, syngas flare stack, instruments with control system and steel frame structure.

The project will be built in the Philippines and will use the energy in the waste to produce useable syngas, heat and electricity. The residues are inorganic ashes that can be put in a landfill or used in the construction of low-cost housing units being built worldwide.

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