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New Energy chairman Enzo Gullotti (bottom right) and chief executive Jason Pugh (top right) at a signing ceremony with Hitachi Zosen Inova’s Andres Kronenberg (bottom left) and Marc Stammbach.

New Energy, Phoenix engineer ways forward on waste

Two companies pursuing ambitious waste-to-energy projects in WA remain positive despite hitting problems with their original engineering partners. 

New Energy Corporation and Phoenix Energy are aiming to start construction of their respective waste-to-energy plants next year, nearly a decade after planning for the projects began.

Both businesses have faced multiple hurdles over that time, with the latest concerning their engineering contractors.

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