Antony Lara Renewable Energy Private Limited

Setup in July 2018, Antony Lara Renewable Energy Private Limited (ALREPL) is a step-down subsidiary of AWHCL. The company is dedicated to harnessing the potential of renewable energy through innovative Waste-to-Energy (WTE) solutions. Its focus is on sustainable waste management, producing compost from biodegradable waste, and generating green energy.


Waste-to-Energy (WTE) has emerged as a prominent method of waste disposal worldwide. With the increasing demand for energy and government initiatives supporting renewable energy, the WTE market is witnessing a rise in public-private partnership (PPP) projects. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy's Standing Committee on Energy estimates India's Waste-to-Energy potential to reach 1,075 MW by 2031 and 2,780 MW by 2050.


India generates over 62 million tonnes of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) annually, and this number is expected to grow at a rate of at least 1.33% per annum. Urban local bodies across the country are faced with the challenge of finding sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives for waste disposal. WTE offers an environmentally friendly approach to address this challenge.

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A WTE plant is a waste management facility that utilizes the burning of waste to produce electricity. These plants are designed similar to steam-electric power plants, particularly biomass plants. At Antony Lara Renewable Energy, waste is first brought in and sorted to remove recyclable and hazardous materials. The remaining waste is stored until it is ready for incineration. The waste can be added to the boiler continuously or in batches, depending on the plant's design. WTE plants emit less air pollution compared to coal plants but more than natural gas plants.

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In line with global developments, India has embarked on its waste-to-energy journey. India has around ten Waste to Electricity plants are operational withinput capacity of ~13,900 tonnes per day,and another 10 plants are under construction withcapacity to process ~10,000 TPD of waste.

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Antony Lara Renewable Energy has successfully established a cutting-edge integrated Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plant through collaboration with international technology providers. Securing the project from the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), the company operates on a Design, Build, Operate, Transfer (DBOT) basis. With a project duration of21 years, once commissioned, the plant is capable of processing 1000 tonnes of waste daily at the Moshi depot waste processing site, generating14 MW of green power.
Upon commissioning, this initiative is expected to contribute significantly to environmental sustainability by saving an estimated~7 lakhs tonnes of CO2 annually.This reduction is equivalent to mitigating emissions from~1.5 lakhs passenger cars on an annual basis,highlighting the substantial positive impact of the project.

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Antony Lara Renewable Energy is proud to contribute to India's renewable energy goals while addressing the pressing issue of waste management. Through its advanced WTE solutions, the company is transforming waste into a valuable resource, reducing the burden on landfills, and generating clean and sustainable power.

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India's Waste-to-Energy potential to reach 1,075 MW by 2031 and 2,780 MW by 2050.

*According to The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy's Standing Committee on Energy estimates

MSW Generated in India Annually

2021

Over 62 million tonnes of it is MSW (organic waste, recyclables like paper, plastic, wood, glass, etc.).

2031

By 2031, MSW generation is projected to increase to 165 million ton

2050

By 2050 and further up to 436 million tonnes by 2050

*source https://www.teriin.org/article/msw-management-pitiable-situation-municipal-solid-waste-management

75-80%

Only about 75-80% of the municipal waste gets collected

22-28%

Out of this only 22-28% is processed and treated

Remaining

Remaining MSW is deposited at dump yards.

The WTE project withwith tenure of 21 years, was commissioned in October 2023. The plant is designed to process 1000 tonnes per day of waste and convert it into 14 MW of green power

According to The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy's Standing Committee on Energy estimates

India has around ten Waste to Electricity plants are operational with input capacity of

~13,900/ tonnes per day

Another 10 plants are under construction with capacity to process

~10,000/ TPD of waste

Antony Waste Handling Cell Limited

CIN: L90001MH2001PLC130485

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Registered and Corporate Office:

A-59, Road No. 10, Wagle Industrial Estate, Thane (West) - 400604, Maharashtra, India
Phone : 022 - 3544 9555
Email : info@antonywaste.in