AP govt seeks Singaporean technology to make energy from waste

The CEO of the industrial facility gave a presentation on their operations. He mentioned the company generates 54 MW of power.

The Singaporean Government holds 24.5 per cent stake in the facility.

"The chief minister enquired if there is a possibility of replicating Keppel's model in Andhra Pradesh. To this, the officials responded positively. He has also directed Principal Secretary, Municipal Administration and Urban Development, Giridhar to stay in touch with the plant officials to get inputs on the industrial model," the release said.

Keppel is an industrial facility that provides technologies for the treatment of municipal solid waste and sludge. Its Waste-To-Energy (WTE) plants utilise advanced technology solutions to produce green energy from waste, the release added.

In a separate press release the CM s office said Naidu also visited Bishan Park and Tao Payoh Town.

Bishan and Toa Payoh are established towns with attractive housing, vibrant commercial nodes and a diverse range of amenities. Residents have better transport connectivity, new parks and recreational facilities, it added.

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