General Electric Co. (GE) agreed to supply eight 1.4-megawatt biogas engines as part of a project to provide on-site renewable heat and power for the Shafdan wastewater-treatment plant, the biggest of its type in Israel.
The facility south of Tel Aviv treats municipal wastewater for 2 million people in the Dan region of central Israel, GE Power & Water said in a statement. The engines being used in the new biogas power plant are due to be delivered to Israel in April and installed by next October, the company said yesterday.
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