Costa Rica to have $400 million complex to convert waste into energy. Australia’s Entech Renewable Energy Solutions
At a cost of $400 million, Costa Rica will soon get a waste-to-energy complex to be situated in the province of Alajuela.
The project consists of three plants that will be built by stages, with a total generating capacity of 45 megawatts.
The technology for the plant comes from Australia’s Entech Renewable Energy Solutions, a technology provider and global leader in low-temperature gasification technology, with an initial funding of $140 million from Capita Corp Merchant Banking.
Original source: Inside Costa Rica