Waste to Energy (WTE) – Emerging Market in Developing Countries

From PortNews24

HTF MI recently introduced Asia-Pacific Waste to Energy (WTE) Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2023. The market Study is segmented by key regions which is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are EEW Energy from Waste, GGI, GreenEfW Investments Limited, Enerkem, Covanta Burnaby Renewable Energy, Plasco Energy Group Inc., Wheelabrator Technologies & CNTY etc.

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-Ray Dean

Jamaica’s Wigton Windfarm IPO listed.

Thank you Jamaica Observer 

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Wigton Windfarm (WWF) initial public offering (IPO) on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) is expected to be listed in March 2019.

General Manager of Public-Private Partnerships and Privatisation Services at the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ), Denise Arana, noted that the process is progressing smoothly and IPO activities will commence once the JN Fund Managers (JNFM) Limited debt refinancing process is completed.


“When financing and public-private partnerships enter the stock exchange index it is sure sign of money flowing towards renewable energy. Well done Jamaica.”

-Ray Dean

SINN Power initiates second phase of renewable energies project in Guinea

Good info from Elizabeth Ingram and HydroWorld

SINN Power is gathering the necessary data to evaluate the renewable energy potential in Conakry, Guinea, considering wave, wind and solar resources.

SINN Power has initiated the second phase of this project on behalf of customer Guinea Gold PLC. This involves installing an autonomous measurement station for wave, wind and solar data.


” A renewable hybrid system is a major positive move for Guinea”

-Ray Dean



98th Meeting of the Development Committee

United Nations Development Programme Administrator, Mr. Achim Steiner advises:

The focus of this Development Committee meeting on human capital, disruptive technologies, fintech and debt vulnerabilities is very timely as it relates to various important challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2030 Agenda’s objective of “leaving no-one behind.”


“The combination of the United Nations and the World Bank with a view of the importance of human capital and sustainable develpment is a dynamic combination for the creation of valued opportunity and the basis of our Aurora Project.”

  • Ray Dean