Viability-Gap Assessment for Municipal Solid Waste-Based Waste-to-Energy Options for India View Full Text


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2019

AUTHORS

Suneel Pandey , Nidhi Maurya , Anjali Garg

ABSTRACT

Most of the urban local bodies in the country are grappling with the problems of proper management of municipal solid waste. With limited finances at their disposal, they are unable to provide proper treatment and disposal to the waste collected in cities. As the solid waste streams in most cities contain around 50% of organic waste, waste-to-energy projects provide viable option for treating this waste. This paper examines the viability of two waste-to-energy options (biomethanation and RDF-based projects) which have been implemented with some degree of success in the country. The projects with capacities—3, 5 and 10 MW—were considered for biomethanation route, and single project with capacity 6.5 MW was considered for RDF-based option. The viability-gap analysis shows that there exists a funding gap of Rs. 0.24, Rs. 0.82 and Rs. 1.51 per kWh, respectively, for the three biomethanation options and gap of Rs. 2.35 per kWh for RDF-based option. The funding gap to some extent can be met by availing certified emission reductions (3 MW projects would not require any more funding) but would require more support in terms of subsidies for these projects to be financially viable in Indian context. More... »

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299-311

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Waste Management and Resource Efficiency

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978-981-10-7289-5
978-981-10-7290-1

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