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REPPIE WASTE-TO-ENERGY

AFRICA's FIRST

"Cambridge Industries, and its partner CNEEC, who have been engaged by the Ethiopian government to construct the Reppie Waste to Energy plant near the Koshe rubbish dump, wish to extend their deepest, and sincere condolences to the many families who have lost loved ones in the recent landslide. Our hearts go out to all who have been affected."
The Management and Team of CIL and CNEEC

Reppie Facility

The Reppie WtE facility commenced full construction in Addis Ababa in September 2014 and will be completed in 2017. The facility will process 1,400 tons of municipal waste per day and produce 185 GWHr of electricity annually that will be exported to the Ethiopian national grid.  This will be sufficient to power 25% of Addis Ababa's households.

Development, Design and Construction of the project is conducted by a Consortium comprising Cambridge Industries Ltd (CIL) and its partner China National Electric Engineering Co (CNEEC), on behalf of the Employer, Ethiopian Electric Power Company (EEP).  EEP is being advised by its Owners Engineer, Ramboll of Denmark.

WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR AFRICA


Africa’s waste stream, with its low calorific value and high moisture content, is very different to that found in more developed markets. CIL was created to design, construct and in some cases own extremely cost-competitive and scalable waste-to-energy facilities customised for Sub-Saharan Africa. The development of Reppie represents Phase I of a wider rollout program to develop multiple waste-to-energy plants across SSA’s major cities.

Constructing Africa's first major waste-to-energy facility in Addis Ababa, the home of the African Union (AU) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), fits perfectly with Ethiopia’s Climate Resilient Green Economy. 

The Facility will eliminate over 80% of the Municipal Waste delivered to it, whilst at the same time maximizing energy recovery in order to deliver much-needed renewable power to the surrounding City. The facility has a thermal capacity of 110MWth.


"The hulking waste-to-energy power plant taking shape on the edge of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, symbolises ambitions to convert the agrarian Horn of Africa country into an eco-friendly industrial powerhouse." - The Guardian