Greenlane Renewables, a waste-to-energy technology solutions provider, has recently announced a US$35.3 million system supply contract in Brazil. The company was awarded the project through an international competitive bidding process.
This project marks the first such contract awarded by the Brazilian government. It is also the largest waste-to-energy project of its kind in the entire Latin American region.
Greenlane Renewables provides state-of-the-art anaerobic digestion, gasification, and pyrolysis technologies as well as integrated engineering, procurement, construction, and financing to its clients.
The project consists of three distinct waste-to-energy plants. The plants are located in Sao Paulo, Manaus, and Santa Catarina. The plants will use anaerobic digestion, gasification, and pyrolysis technologies to convert municipal, industrial, and commercial waste into energy.
The total capacity of the three plants will be 60MW. This is equivalent to the energy needs of more than 200,000 households. The plants are expected to begin operations in 2021.
This is an important win for Greenlane Renewables. The Brazilian waste-to-energy market is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. This contract signals the company’s commitment to the Latin American region.
Not only is the project important for Greenlane Renewables, but it is also important for the people of Brazil. The waste-to-energy plants will be able to divert thousands of tons of waste from landfills each year, thus helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, the plants will generate green energy that can be used to power homes and businesses in the region.
Greenlane Renewables’ commitment to innovation, sustainability, and global growth is commendable. The company is a leader in the waste-to-energy industry and its projects contribute significantly to the global effort to combat climate change. We look forward to seeing how this project unfolds and the impact it has in Brazil and throughout the region.