Waste To Energy

Empowering Innovation Through Waste-to-Energy Solutions – Together, Let's Turn Waste into the Catalyst for a Sustainable Tomorrow


MW Energy Generated


Waste-To-Energy Generation

SAEL's inception was rooted in a commitment to address the twin challenges of pollution and the growing energy needs of India. The pursuit of sustainable energy solutions has spurred exploration into innovative initiatives like Waste-to-Energy (WTE) projects. These projects present a promising solution, leveraging the consistent availability of paddy straw.

SAEL has pioneered innovative solutions to address India's paddy straw generation and pollution challenges. By harnessing waste as a reliable resource, SAEL not only mitigates pollution on a significant scale but also offers a novel approach to overcoming the intermittency issues in the current renewable energy landscape.

Our strategic objectives are bolstered by our dedication to advancing cutting-edge technologies, particularly in Waste-to-Energy projects. Through targeted efforts to embed sustainable practices across our operations, we are steadfastly committed to realizing a future where sustainable energy is accessible to every household in India.


Pioneering in Waste to Energy Generation

SAEL has made significant strides in the Waste-to-Energy (WTE) sector, focusing on converting agricultural waste into valuable energy resources. By implementing advanced technologies and innovative processes, SAEL is transforming organic waste into renewable energy, thus contributing to a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy landscape.


Waste-To-Energy Portfolio

Kaithak (Haryana)

15 MW

Jalkheri (Punjab)

10 MW

Ferozepur (Punjab)

18 MW

Faridkot (Punjab)

18 MW

Channu (Punjab)

14.5 MW

Bikaner (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Bikaner (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Churu (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Hanumangarh (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Sikar (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Mandrella (Rajasthan)

14.9 MW

Waste-To-Energy Supplier & Technology

Equipped With The Best Available Technology

SAEL’s boilers are optimized to deliver and maintain high boiler and steam efficiency, low maintenance and operation costs.

Adaptable And Long Life Boiler Equipment

The straw feeding system is adaptable to different types of bales. It is designed to operate with corrosive and sticky ash caused by paddy straw combustion – giving lifetime sustainability.

Secured 3 Pass Straw-Fired Boiler

By straw-firing, the bales are conveyed through seal-gate arrangements to the sacrificers where the bale is loosened before it is pressed through the water-cooled ducts to the grate.

Conserve Water Through Air-Cooled Boilers

SAEL’s plants are equipped with the latest air-cooled boilers instead of the more commonly used water-cooled boilers.

Why Waste-to-Energy?

Benefits of Waste-to-Energy

The Cycle of Energy

Biomass is like solar energy but stored in organic matter. It is a renewable energy source because new plants, trees, and crops grow and replenish the supply.

Augmentation of Rural Economy

Generates direct and indirect employment as well as income through the value chain and empowers the rural offset to gain financial independence.

Improves Environmental Health and Air Quality

The biomass industry can divert millions of tons of agricultural waste, and prevent open burning of agricultural byproducts.

Reduces Reliance on Fossil Fuels

Biomass represents a homegrown energy solution and enhances our National security by reducing our dependency on fossil fuels.

Steady and Reliable

Biomass is solar energy stored in organic matter. It is a renewable energy source because new plants, trees, and crops will grow and replenish the supply.

Affordable Energy

Affordable Energy harnessed from biomass is inexpensive, typically costing 1/3 less than energy from fossil fuels.

Abundant Local Fuel Supply

Biomass fuels are abundantly available; India is rich with a lot of underutilized agricultural waste.