Our Vision for Lagos - Waste-to-Energy & 100% Recycling, Reuse, Recovery
Zero Waste - ZERO Landfill
Waste is not waste it is a resource with value. ZERO waste means "All" of the MSW is used.
There will be shareholding in each plant for the JV company and Lagos Government, who will share in the revenues generated.
ZERO waste ZERO Landfill - We eliminate the landfill so no waste goes to the landfill in Lagos. The Landfill waste is also mixed with daily waste generated as a mixed feedstock into our plants. Over time the Landfill site is cleared. Renewable Electricity is produced and 100% Recycling of glass, metals, ceramics and ash. Plastic is used in the production of energy.
We are ZERO waste and ZERO landfills.
In Nigeria, people generate about 0.44 kg to 0.66 Kg per day each – Lagos Population in 2020 was 21 million x 0.63 Kg/day of MSW per person Producing 13,230 tonnes per day of MSW. For every plant processing 500 tonnes per day of MSW then 335 MWh of electricity is produced.
The 16MW rated waste plant each produces 129,980 MWh each year per plant, Twenty-Six plants 3,379,480 MWh each year.
Alset Power Company Inc (USA) & Siemens (EPC) in negotiations with the Office of the President and Ministries in November 2020 to build the plants.
Proven and operational plant in the USA, negotiations & development in Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia ad Bulgaria are under development in Mexico City.
ZERO Landfill - ZERO Waste
100% Recycling also processing Tyres
335 MWh of electricity produced each day from each plant
Our Gasification technology is 45% more efficient than Incineration, much cleaner and 50% less cost.
In Lagos Twenty-Six plants are possible at least and will produce 3,37 Million MWh of Renewable electricity for Lagos each year.
Sustainable Waste Management
The Twenty-Six plants for Lagos can in time be provided and full funding provision of $1.95 Billion will be made by us - Bilateral USA Government to Nigeria Government - funding needs No Sovereign Guarantee, IMF exempt, No Government payback for this Sustainable Waste project the Debtor is Alset Power Company Inc - The Government of Nigeria sign off the funding BUT Alset become the Debtor. We will need Guarantees for the waste being collected each day.
Plants will be paid for from Power Purchase Agreements (PPA's).
A Circular Economy - ZERO to Landfill.
In Lagos, if the plants are built then the creation of another 3,250 jobs will be possible.
Alset Power Company Inc (USA)
The New Gasification & Recycling plants are 45% more efficient than Incineration and 50% less cost
Above plant in the USA
ZERO Waste ZERO Landfill
Project funding via USA EXIMBANK. The plants are paid for from Power Purchase Agreements (PPA's)
Additional 250 trucks
ZERO Waste ZERO Landfill
Waste companies deliver waste to Alset Power new plants and ZERO Waste is wasted - Energy recovery & 100% Recycling of Glass, Metals and Ash, Plastic is used for energy recovery. Medical waste & oil sludge can also be processed
This has been a one year development programme and the Twenty-Six plants can be built in Lagos over a two year period.
PSECC Ltd introduce Alset Power Company Inc to Lagos bringing their Gasification & Funding abilities. This proven Alset Power technology processes the MSW from the City, Towns & Villages together with Landfill sites without any sorting, it all just goes into the gasification system. We also provide all the infrastructure requirements of Trucks & Rickshaws.
Having no need to sort the waste is a big labour-saving step that is eliminated from the process.
100% Recycling of metal, glass and Ceramics is possible and using the plastic in energy recovery to increase the Lagos Green Energy. The Energy recovery technology is Gasification there is LOW air pollution and NO ground water contamination & ZERO to Landfill.
This Gasification technology has received the highest rating from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the USA for the cleanest process system for MSW treatment, cost effective, Gasification technology and comes with full Bilateral non PPP funding.
Operational plants soon in Mexico city, India and also Malawi and being developed in Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Bulgaria and Turkey & hopefully Nigeria. Job creation, many jobs will be for woman as well as men in Lagos.
Recycling & Manufacturing....
The Gasification process also destroys all the plastic and rubber from tyres, rendering the remaining final products as 100% inert. Because of the need for more Green electricity in Nigeria it is better to use this plastic in energy generation in our plants.
People will be paid to bring additional waste to the plants.
The end products from this process are ferrous metals and non-ferrous metals 15 to 20 tonnes per day from each plant, which are then recycled together with 15 to 20 tonnes of glass, ceramics and ash.
The glass and ceramics are then ground and added to cement along with the ash for the production of concrete blocks, NOTHING remains for landfill – ZERO
100% Reuse & Recycling
Gasification is very clean and 45% more efficient than Incineration. Our EPC Company that will build the plants is Siemens. 100% Recycling with Gasification electricity production & Recycling
Electrical consumption continues to steadily rise all over the world. Meeting these challenges requires cutting-edge products and services covering the entire energy value chain. Specifically, it calls for a comprehensive portfolio of physical and digital technologies, products and solutions that allow us to actively build our energy future. The Siemens portfolio ranges from state-of-the-art compressors, turbines and generators to virtual power plants, intelligent grid management and innovative storage solutions – all backed up by exceptional service offerings and genuine commitment to effectively address our customers’ individual needs.
You need an individual power plant solution aligned with your objectives? Whether it’s a small, integrated system or a heavy-duty power plant, a purely gas-fired simple cycle or a combined cycle power plant, we’ll collaborate closely with you to find and construct a solution optimized specifically for you.
Gas turbine (GT) OEMs have been racing for decades to deliver bigger machines, higher efficiency and larger combined cycle plants. Siemens scored a world record with a 4,800 MW combined cycle plant in Egypt (Turbomachinery International, Nov/Dec 2018).
GE and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) both claim to have the biggest GT. GE’s 9HA.02 comes in at 557 MW, while MHPS’s M701JAC provides 563 MW. GE, Siemens and MHPS all claim the world record on combined cycle efficiency.
Siemens has received its first order from Panama for six SGT-800 gas turbines. The industrial gas turbines, along with a steam turbine, will provide approximately 440 megawatts of electrical power as part of a flexible combined cycle power plant.
Energy systems are changing – fundamentally and fast. The importance of individual energy sources and options for power generation are changing, as are the ways in which electricity is transmitted and distributed. Power generation is becoming more and more decentralized making grid management increasingly complex.
The steady increase of distributed energy systems, the integration of renewable energy sources, and aging grid infrastructures can prevent the safe and reliable supply of power. Power producers, grid operators, power utilities, industrial companies, and municipalities can manage tasks economically and efficiently.
The cleanest most efficient & cost effective waste management system incorporating Energy generation from Gasification & 100% Recycling.
Results showed that the GCV was evaluated as 9,085 kcal/kg and the net calorific value (NCV) was evaluated as 9,067 kcal/kg. Furthermore, the power generation potential was enumerated using 10 and 50 tons of combustible MSW to arrive at 966 kWh and 4,832 kWh, respectively.
Source: An Optimization of the Municipal Solid Waste in Abuja Nigeria for Electrical Power Generation / O. M. Aderoju, U. G. Ombe Gemusse, A. Guerner Dias // International Journal of Energy Production and Management. — 2019. — Vol. 4. Iss. 1. — P. 63-74.
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assistance given by PSECC Ltd in the UK (facilitators)
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