Egypt received 13 new investment offers from Arab and foreign investors in the field of turning waste into energy.
The Egyptian Government is considering to increase the waste-to-energy purchasing tariff from the specified EGP 0.92 in order to attract more investors.
China Electric Power Company submitted an offer to the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy to establish waste-to-energy power plants.
Egypt is planning to launch a Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) program for waste-to-energy projects within December as the cabinet's economic committee has completed its review of the program’s terms and conditions.
The Egyptian Cabinet of Ministers approved the waste-to-energy feed-in tariffs pricing recommended by the ministerial committee assigned to study projects for energy production from agricultural, solid, and communal wastes.
The Tahya Misr Fund was reported planning the first phase of the construction of three waste-to-energy factories worth EGP 160m by 2017, with a goal to complete the factories by 2018.
One of the top customers for South Africa’s Bio2Watt power plant is German car manufacturer BMW in Pretoria.
Egypt’s New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) is preparing to introduce a feed-in tariff for waste-to-energy (WTE) projects