GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited, the subsidiary of Golden Concord Holdings Limited (GCL Group), will build a new waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Yongcheng city in Henan province. An estimated total project investment (TPI) of USD 45m (CNY 300m) will be required to build the 1200 tons per day (T/D) WTE plant, according to Dai, the project contact person.
Dai explained that the core employed equipment consists of three 400T/D mechanical grates, 12MW and 18MW condensing steam turbine generators as well as 12MW and 18MW electricity generators. Heat recovery steam generators (HRSG), automated control devices, and crushers will also be needed. Apart from above equipment, the WTE station will also entail environmental protection measures, including fly ash stabilization processing, flue gas treatment, and leachate treatment. He said equipment procurement will be after the environmental impact assessment (EIA), maybe later this year.
Dai said that project financing is from bank loans and company assets. Credit is being granted by five major banks in China, including Bank of China Limited, Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) (中国农业银行), China Construction Bank Corporation (中国建设银行股份有限公司), Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC) (中国工商银行), and Bank of Communications Ltd (BOCOM Securities). However, he did not provide the loan amount each bank would provide.
Jiangsu Academy of Environmental Industry and Technology Corporation Ltd is undertaking the EIA. Now they are working on the first draft of the EIA report after receiving some public suggestions.
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