Artificial Intelligence solution to be used for waste incineration

Friday, Mar 31, 2023 09:18

An overview of the GCEP Plant's facilities located at Green Star Environment Co., Ltd., in Que Vo District, Bac Ninh Province. — Photos of GCEP

Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions will be put into operation to develop garbage power in Viet Nam in the near future with the cooperation of local and international enterprises.

A tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Signing Ceremony on the implementation of artificial intelligence solutions in waste incineration took place on March 29 in Que Vo District, Bac Ninh Province.

The ceremony was witnessed by South Korean Deputy Minister of Environment Kum Han Seung, South Korea Environmental Technology and Industry Institute (KEITI) Director Im Hyun Jung and the presence of representatives of Chosun Refractories ENG. Co., Ltd., Green Star Environment Co., Ltd and SK Eco Plant Group at Green Star CRE Energy (GCEP) Plant.

It marked a milestone in the development of comprehensive cooperation and mutual support in the field of waste incineration technology development, especially the implementation of AI solutions in waste incineration – a new technology from SK Ecoplant Group.

Speaking at the event, Vu Ngoc Tu, chairman of GCEP, was pleased to welcome all delegates and thanked them for their support and interest in the GCEP Plant, which was the first private investment in waste incineration and power generation in Viet Nam as a joint investment between Green Star Environment Co., Ltd. and Chosun Refractory ENG. Co., Ltd.

GCEP started development in 2018 and successfully entered commercial operation in 2022. GCEP is working as a pioneer in the waste-to-energy market in Viet Nam. Despite experiencing many difficulties and challenges during the pandemic as well as the uncertain global environment, the GCEP project was finally fortunate to overcome obstacles.

With this cooperation, Tu hoped that GCEP would become the first role model for transferring carbon credits based on the Paris Agreement and the South Korea-Viet Nam bilateral agreement.

(From left to right) Director of KEITI Im Hyun Jung, Director of GCEP Plant Le Trong Linh, Business Development Director of CRE Kim Seung Jin, Vice President of SK Ecoplant Shin Chang Yoon and South Korean Deputy Minister of Environment Kum Han Seung at the MoU signing ceremony.

The cooperation, with the support of the South Korean Ministry of Environment, would partly complete the mission of transforming Viet Nam into a green growth economy.

At the event, all participants believed that the successful signing ceremony would open many opportunities for sustainable development between the three parties in the future and will help enterprises in the same field which come later to do their business in a more established environment.

Deputy Minister Kum congratulated the MoU signing ceremony and said: “The South Korean Government always actively supports this green industry so that it can develop in Viet Nam as well as many other countries worldwide.” — VNS

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