Nocart confirms 35 MW waste-to-energy plant deal in Kenya
Nocart’s 35 MW waste-to-energy plant deal in Kenya has been confirmed.
Nocart has previously signed a sales contract for the delivery of a waste-to-energy plant but the advancement of the project has been awaiting completion of the buyer’s permitting processes and PPA-contract process. The purchase price of the plant is 62 MEUR. In addition, Nocart is involved in the project as a co-owner (35%) of the founded IPP (Independent Power Producer) power plant company. The IPP company has a 20-year contract for selling electricity to Kenya’s national grid.
For more information about this news from Nocart, please follow this link to their press release here.
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