Waste to Energy (WtE) Project
Let's Make The Planet Cleaner
Our company Khan Renewable Energy (Pvt.) Ltd. (KREL) is a Special Purpose Company (SPC) established to address these issues and replace landfills with advanced waste-to-energy (WtE). KREL consist of strong and knowledgeable partners in the field of waste management and WtE plants. KREL has the ambition to develop and construct a world-class “beyond best available technology” facility for waste-to-energy in the cities of Pakistan.
- KREL (WtE) facility for Karachi: With a capacity of processing 1500 tons of waste per day, producing around 40 MW of electricity which it will sell to the grid.
- KREL (WtE) facility for Lahore: with a capacity of processing 3,000 tons of waste per day, producing around 85 MW of electricity which it will sell to the grid.
- KREL (WtE) facility for Islamabad/Rawalpindi: With a capacity of processing 1500 tons of waste per day, producing around 40 MW of electricity which it will sell to the grid.
the Planet Cleaner
Khan Renewable Energy (Pvt.) Ltd. (KREL) is Special Purpose Company (SPC) consist of strong and knowledgeable partners in the field of waste-to-energy (WtE) plants.
Let’s Make the Planet Cleaner
KHAN Renewable Energy (Pvt.) Ltd.
As populations grow, waste production grows. While more than one-third of waste in high-income countries is currently treated and reused, over 90% of waste in low-income countries is left untreated, ending up in landfills. The methane emitted from these landfills speeds up global warming at a rate 84 times more potent than CO2 (over 20 years) and 21 times more potent over 100 years, fast turning untreated waste into one of humankind’s greatest threats through soil, water and air pollution which all affect our environment and, in the end, our own health.
In Pakistan, approximately 50.000 tons-per-day (TPD) is of municipal-solid-waste (MSW) is generated. Most of it finds its way to the landfill but still huge portions end up in the environment directly. Unfortunately, landfills do not meet the standards for safe storage of this MSW. Methane from untreated waste is escaping uncontrollably causing Green House Gas (GHG) emissions but may also lead to uncontrolled fires on the landfill.
Why Choose Us
KREL ambition is to develop and construct a world-class “beyond best available technology” facility for (WtE) in Pakistan.
Our passion is to bridge the world of WtE, because we strongly believe that a circular economy is essential in order to save earth resources for future generations.
BRIDGING THE WORLD OF WASTE TO ENERGY – High Efficiency Waste to Energy (WtE) technology.
We are a global network of aspiring and accomplished scientists, engineers, economists, analysts, industry experts, and developers.
Our Partners Messages
Khan Renewable Energy (Pvt.) Ltd. (KREL) is Special Purpose Company (SPC) consist of strong and knowledgeable partners in the field of waste-to-energy plants.
Harvest Waste is a spin-out company of the 142-year-old waste management company of the municipality of Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands. Because waste is not contained to country borders and there is still a lot of waste to be treated, we are a truly international company with a global presence.
Diamond Developers was founded by an extraordinary team of visionary entrepreneurs, architects and civil engineers.
We were one of the first companies in Dubai to enter the freehold property and real estate development industry since the introduction of freehold property ownership in 2002 and we are the proud pioneer of the world’s first fully sustainable community.
“Not by choice but by necessity, it is our collective responsibility to reverse climate change so that future generations can inherit a cleaner and healthier environment.” Faris Saeed, CEO
AEC – Al Ajmi Engineering Consultants, is an award winning multi-disciplinary Architectural Design & Engineering Consultancy firm that was first established in 1987 by Engineer Suhaib Al Ajmi in Abu Dhabi then expanded and opened its Dubai Branch in 1994 and is managed since then by the shareholder Architect Wassim Adlouni.