Waste to Energy Programme  

The programme is to support the setting up of Waste to Energy projects for generation of Biogas/ BioCNG/ Power/ producer or syngas from urban, industrial and agricultural wastes/residues- Waste to Energy scheme in India

FUNDING PATTERN

Standard CFA pattern: Standard pattern of CFA for grant of ‘In-principal Approval’ to Waste to Energy projects under the programme is as follows:

S.NoType of projectStandard CFA rate @ installed capacity of the plant
1.BiogasRs 0.25 Cr per 12000cum/day (maximum CFA of Rs. 5.0 Cr/project)
2.BioCNG / Enriched Biogas/ Compressed Bio GasRs 4.0 Cr per 4800 kg/day (for BioCNG generation from new biogas plant) -Rs 3.0 Cr per 4800 kg/day (for BioCNG generation from existing Biogas plant#) -Maximum CFA of Rs. 10.0 Cr/project for both cases
3.Power (based on Biogas)Rs 0.75 Cr/MW (for power generation from new biogas plant) -Rs 0.5 Cr /MW (for power generation from existing Biogas plant#) -Maximum CFA of Rs. 5.0 Cr/project for both cases
4.Power based on bio & agro-industrial waste (other than MSW through incineration process).Rs 0.4 Cr/MW (maximum CFA of Rs. 5.0 Cr/project)
5.Biomass Gasifier for electricity/thermal applicationsRs. 2,500 per kWe with dual fuel engines for electrical application o Rs. 15,000 per kWe with 100% gas engines for electrical application o Rs. 2 lakh per 300 kWth for thermal applications.

Special CFA Pattern

Special Category States: In case the Waste to Energy plants are set up in Special Category States (NE Region, Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand), Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the eligible CFA would be 20% higher than Standard CFA pattern

Biomethanation Plants Set Up In Registered Gaushala/Shelter:

Biogas/BioCNG/Power (biogas based) generation plants based on cattle dung as main feedstock set up by Gaushalas independently or through joint ventures/partnerships will be eligible for 20% higher CFA than Standard CFA pattern

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