May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Abengoa SA, the largest developer of solar-thermal power plants, will build and operate a $110 million waste-to-energy plant in Arizona.
The facility in Glendale will process about 180,000 tons of municipal solid waste annually to generate 15 megawatts of electricity, according to a statement today from Seville, Spain-based Abengoa.
The company will maintain the plant under a 30-year agreement with Chicago-based Vieste Energy LLC, a renewable-energy developer.
Abengoa is also expected to complete this year a second-generation biofuel plant in Kansas, and has developed water desalination plants in regions including Africa and Asia.
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