Waste to Energy & Waste to oil


cindrigo-summaryModel WTE Plant.

Waste to Energy & Biomass

Technology description

  • Incineration of Waste
    • MSW/ISW  – Municipal or Industrial Solid Waste as fuel
  • Incineration of Biomass
    • Wood chips, saw &forestry residue, recycled wood products
  • Production of energy
    • Electricity
    • District Heating/Cooling


  • Clean Energy Producer
  • With Waste treatment – also reduction of landfill
    • Handle all types of Waste
  • CO2 neutral energy production
  • Long Term, well proven technology
  • Adapted to local conditions for optimum performance

Waste to Oil

Technology description

  • In Partnership with owner to patented grind, spin and heat process
    • Tires/Rubber, Plastics and Oil Sludge
  • Production of energy
    • Oil
    • Butane gas
    • Electricity


  • Clean Energy Producer
  • Waste treatment – reduction of landfill
    • Carve out of High Margin product from Landfill
  • Meet or exceed strict regulations regarding treatment of hydrocarbon waste materials
  • Adapted to local conditions for optimum performance

WTO Plant.


kiev-plantBiomass plant.

Biomass Projects; Kiev/Zhytomyr Region, Ukraine

Biomass plants 23,5 MW, Fuel: Wood chip / Pellets

  • Output : Electricity  39 000 MW Heat  (annually)
  • Heat: 53 000 Gcal (annually)
  • Status: Land appointed
  • EPC Contract with Bank Guarantees
  • Off-take agreements with Municipality
  • Euro denominated Electricity revenue
  • Strong Local Governmental Support
  • Financing Draft Mandate letter issued – Final Due Diligence
  • Signed MOU with cities of Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk and Odessa re 100 MW WTE Plants


Indicative “Value Curve” – Development project

  • In the process of developing a Utility Asset the value grows as different risk are being mitigated.
  • Value growth during different stages of a utility development cycle.
    • From 0% to 100% of operational facility DCF, generic value increase,
      after all loan repayments a normalized full Cash Flow will be valued going forward.
  • Company Value is based on sum of Projects + Growth assumption.
  • Verified operations – 100% of DCF
    • Proven operations and stabile CF generation
  • Facility in operation – 85% of DCF
    • Performance and operations to be verified
  • Construction started – 60% of DCF
    • Ongoing construction and technical risk
  • Bankability, Stakeholders committed – 40% of DCF
    • Commercial contracts signed, financing in place, EPC contracted
  • Feasibility Study completed – 5% of DCF
    • Indicating a technical and financial feasibility
  • Potential project identified – 0% of DCF