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Advanced plasma holds talks on Philippines trash-to-power plant

October 25, 2013

Advanced plasma holds talks on Philippines trash-to-power plant

Advanced Plasma Power Ltd., a U.K. waste-to-energy developer, is in talks to build a 200 million-pound ($323 million) power station in the Philippines that will use trash to generate electricity. The company is speaking to the operator of a landfill site about building a 60-megawatt plant fed by commercial, industrial and household waste, said Chief Executive Officer Rolf Stein.

Clean-energy producers get premium payments for their output in the Philippines, where utilities are required to source a portion of their electricity from renewables. The nation is among several target countries for Advanced Plasma in Southeast Asia, where growing cities are straining available electricity supply and producing larger quantities of waste.

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