Cement News tagged under: Waste Heat Power Generation (WHPG)

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Ssangyong Cement to increase energy-efficiency of Donghae plant

05 June 2018, Published under Cement News

South Korea’s Ssangyong Cement Industry Co has announced plans to increase the energy-efficiency of its Donghae plant. The project includes the installation of a waste heat power generator with an energy storage system, which is expected to be operational by August. The company expects the waste heat power generator to help the facility save approximately 33 per cent of electricity, amounting to KRW25.7bn (US$24m), reports the Maeil Business Newspaper. Ssangyong Cement has announced a ...

UAE: Arkan cutting energy usage in response to price rises

04 January 2017, Published under Cement News

Emirati building materials firm Arkan, which operates the Al Ain and Emirates cement factories, has announced a series of energy saving measures in response to rising prices for electricity, water and natural gas, Trade Arabia reports. The initiatives include the installation of a waste heat recovery unit on the clinker cooler at the Al Ain cement factory. Arkan is also conducting a feasibility study on the construction of a captive coal-fired power plant for the facility. As an interi...

Pakistan: FCCL calls board meeting to approve waste heat project

07 December 2016, Published under Cement News

Fauji Cement Company Ltd (FCCL) has informed the Pakistan Stock Exchange that a special Board of Directors of the company will be held on 9 December 2016 to discuss and approve the waste heat recovery power plant (WHRPP) for Line 1, and Wärtsilä's captive power plant at Jhang Bahtar, district Attock, Pakistan. FCCL plans to install 9MW WHRPP at its 3700tpd cement plant and a 16MW Wärtsilä power plant.

India: Rain Cements brings WHR power plant online

26 September 2016, Published under Cement News

Rain Cements Ltd has started its waste heat power generation (WHPG) plant at its cement unit at Boincheruvupalli Village, Peapully Mandal, Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh, India. The new facility will generate up to 7MW from the waste heat and flue gases from the cement works. The power plant represents an investment INR0.7bn, finance entirely from internal funds. It will enable Rain Cements to reduce the use of fossil fuels and the cost of power generation.

Pakistan: Kohat Cement WHRP starts operation

08 April 2016, Published under Cement News

Kohat Cement Company Ltd (KCCL) has informed Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSE) that its waste heat recovery project (WHRP) at Kohat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, has been successfully set up and has started generating electricity since 1 April 2016. Khurram Shahzad, company secretary of Kohat Cement Co, stated that the new WHR plant was imported from China and its construction represents an estimated cost of PKR1.8bn (US$17.1m). As of March 2016, Kohat has a cement production capacity of 2....

Fauji Cement inaugurates WHR project, Pakistan

19 May 2015, Published under Cement News

Fauji Cement Company Ltd (FCCL) has inaugurated a 12MW waste heat power project at its factory in Jhang Bahater, Attock district of Pakistan. Sinoma Energy Conservation of China commissioned the project at an estimated cost of PKR 1.7bn (US$16.7m) in 14 months. The WHR unit was completed in April 2015 and has been on trial generation. The company reports that its benefits will start accruing in the final quarter of FY14-15. Present at the official launch ceremony last week were Kha...

Siam Cement to equip new Indonesian plant with WHR technology

17 November 2014, Published under Cement News

Siam Cement Group (SCG) has announced that its new Indonesian plant in Sukabumi, West Java, will be equipped with a waste heat power generation (WHG) system which could reduce energy use by up to 30 per cent. "At the Sukabumi plant, we will use the same technology, the WHG system, that we have been using at our plant in Lampang province in Thailand," SCG president and CEO Kan Trakulhoon told the Jakarta Post on the sidelines of the 2014 ASEAN Sustainability Development Symposium in Bangkok,...

Semen Indonesia to build East Java WHR facility

16 July 2014, Published under Cement News

Semen Indonesia is to invest in a IDR638bn (US$54.4m) waste heat power generation facility in East Java as the company looks to reduce costs and move towards more environmentally-friendly energy sources. The country’s leading cement producer is partnering with Japan’s JFE Engineering Corp for the 30.6MW plant, which will supply power to the company’s four lines at Tuban, East Java. The plant is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016 and is expected to save Semen Indonesia up to 152MkW...

PT Semen Indonesia announces waste heat project

21 November 2013, Published under Cement News

JFE Engineering Corporation announced that it has started work on a waste heat recovery power generation project for PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, the leading state-owned company and the largest cement producer in Indonesia. JFE Engineering has also been entrusted  for the feasibility study of the Joint Credit Mechanism (JCM) by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOEJ) on this project. The system, mainly consisting of boilers, a steam turbine and a generator, will be designed a...

Najran completes Line 2 maintenance, Saudi Arabia

12 September 2013, Published under Cement News

Najran Cement has successfully completed maintenance and resumed operations of Kiln Line 2. The completion was extended by four days to 10 September to link line No 2 to a waste heat recovery plant currently being built by Sinoma Energy Conservation. The US$45m WHR project will have a power generation capacity of 27.1MW and will completed in March 2014.