Antony Waste Ventures into green energy with PCMC Power sale

Antony Waste Handling Cell Limited (AWHCL / Antony Waste), a major player in sustainable municipal solid waste management, has announced that they are initiating commercial power sales from its Waste to Energy plant. The company is set to supply up to 8 MW of power to PCMC (Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation) under the Green Energy Open Access Rules, making it a pioneering project in India's Waste to Energy sector.

 

Antony Waste's Waste to Energy facility will provide power to two critical PCMC infrastructure assets: the Ravet water pumping station and the Chikali sewage treatment plant. This green energy source not only contributes to a cleaner environment but also ensures the uninterrupted operation of these vital facilities.

 

Mr. Jose Jacob, Chairman and Managing Director, expressed his enthusiasm for this achievement, saying, “We are delighted to mark the commissioning of our Waste to Energy Power Plant and the start of commercial power sales to PCMC. This partnership under the Green Energy Open Access Rules not only aligns with our mission of environmental sustainability but also sets a benchmark for clean energy solutions in the country. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with PCMC as we continue to expand our green energy portfolio.”

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