Waste to Value III
The global waste to energy market was valued at $25 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach $38 billion by 2020. Waste to Value architectures, using more advanced technologies and system designs, have the potential to expand this market even further.
KEY INVESTMENT RATIOS
Project Investment Stage: FEL Step 1
Full Debt Financing Term Sheet Secured: Yes
Estimated Stabilized Project Valuation*: $1,000,000,000
Estimated IRR**: 50%
Project Execution Time: 18 months
Off Take in place: Partial
EPC Guaranteed Max Price w. Insurance: Yes
* Estimated Stabilized Project Valuation = Based on an income approach appraisal, calculated on stabilized EBITDA over the adjusted cap rate for the industry.
** Estimated IRR = Based on the assumed numbers in the pro forma and the total returns described in it.
Waste to value technology in the U.S stretches back to the late 19th century with the first stateside incinerator built in 1895. Incineration, the combustion of organic materials, within municipal solid waste remains the most popular form of waste to valuevalue conversion, but not without its perils. As this method releases nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxides, heavy metals, and dioxins into the atmosphere, incineration must meet strict emissions standards that limit production and revenue capacity.
MSW Waste to value recycles and converts non-sorted municipal solid waste into renewable energy (green electricity, water, and biofuel) without the incineration process. Utilizing state of the art proven technologies, MSW Waste to Value features a closed loop system allowing for no wasted energy and a zero carbon footprint facility. This project has all permits necessary and a fixed EPC contract for the entire build out. The facility represents the future for waste to energy conversion
The global waste to energy market was valued at $25 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach $38 billion by 2020. Waste to Value architectures, using more advanced technologies and system designs, have the potential to expand this market even further. The market opportunity has strong underlying drivers with global population expected to reach 9 billion by 2050 and urbanization in major metropolitan areas continually increasing.
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