PROJECT DETAILS

Project Submission No. S00344
Project Title Osmaniye Landfill Gas to Energy Project
Project Owner (as per PSF & LOA) Atlas İnşaat Sanayi ve Ticaret Limited Şirketi
Focal Point of Project Owners*(FP)
ATLAS İNŞAAT SANAYİ ve TİCARET LİMİTED ŞİRKETİ
Email of Contact Person of FP (Primary) info@atlasinsaat.com.tr
Email of Contact Person of FP (Secondary) ftas@atlasinsaat.com.tr
Country Turkey
Submission Date 29 Jun 2022
Global Stakeholder Consultation Period 8 Sep 2022 - 22 Sep 2022
Sector 1.Energy industries (renewable-/non-renewable sources)
GCC/CDM Methodology & Version AMS-III.G (Version 10.0) and AMS-I.D (Version 18.0)
Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year) 26,135 tCO2/year
Forecasted E+ Label Yes
Forecasted S+ Label Yes
Forecasted SDG+ Goals SDG 5, SDG 7, SDG 8, SDG 9, SDG 13
Forecasted SDG+ Label Platinum
Forecasted Market Eligibility CORSIA(C+)
Name of Authorized External Representative Organization
Name of Focal Point of External Representative
Email-id of Focal Point info@atlasinsaat.com.tr
Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation Project Submision, Calculation Sheet,
Project Brief

Osmaniye Landfill Gas to Energy Project is an LFG power generation project with total installed capacity of 3.120 MW, locates in the Osmaniye landfill site in Osmaniye Province of Turkey. The project activity is operational with two gas engines with a unit capacity of 1.560 MWe for each. The gas engines are expected to generate approximately 21.84 GWh/year of electricity to be delivered to the Turkish national grid which is mainly dominated by fossil fuel-based power plants. The purpose of the project is to recover the landfill gas at Osmaniye landfill site and utilize LFG to generate and supply electricity to Turkish national grid. The project will achieve green-house gas emissions reduction from two sources: 1) Methane (CH4) emissions from the previously vented landfill gas which will be captured and destroyed by the project; 2) COemissions from the production of electricity by the project which would otherwise have been generated by the fossil fuel fired power plants of Turkey.

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