The Objective

cemWHR - 2020 will help to promote WHR implementation in the Indian Cement industry. Encourage utilities that utilises the waste heat available to generate power and thereby reducing operating cost. Bring awareness among industry on suitable technologies may be considered for implementation of WHR in existing and future cement plants.



An Introduction

Cement production capacity stood about 502 MTPA in end FY 2018-19 and addition of 20 MTPA is expected by end FY 2019-20. Indian cement industry is the second largest manufacturer of cement, only next to China. Cement capacity in the last 5 years has increased by over 30% and the projected growth rate in the next 5 years is about 20% increase from present levels of manufacture. Cement sector is one of the fastest growing industrial sectors in India.

Indian cement industry is very advanced as far as energy efficiency is concerned. Some of the Indian cement plants operate with very low energy consumption levels, which are the best in the world. Latest technology adoption and continuous improvement has been the predominant factors for such high energy efficiency levels in Indian cement industry.

While energy efficiency has taken a top priority in Indian cement industry, the adoption of WHR systems in cement facilities has still a long way to go. Out of over 210 large cement plants in the country, only 70% of cement kilns have adopted WHR systems. Mission Energy Foundation estimates indicate that the waste heat recovery potential in Indian cement industry is close to 750 MW, indicating the huge opportunity for adoption of WHR in Indian cement industry.

Almost all the cement manufacturers in the country have captive power plants to meet their power demand. The reason for captive power generation is to lower the cost of power generation. Installing captive power plants would cost the cement manufacturers about Rs 40 Million per MW. On the other hand, installing WHR systems is costing the manufacturers about Rs 70 Million to Rs 80 Million per MW depending on the type of technology adopted and the WHR potential. This high initial investment is deterring manufacturers from adopting waste heat recovery systems.

Huge potential exists across the Indian cement industry to recover the waste heat and generate power. Cement industry being energy intensive, tapping waste heat can be an excellent opportunity to reduce the overall operating cost. Increased global GHG emissions are forcing the industrial sectors to operate in an energy efficient and environment friendly way. Implementation of waste heat recovery can substantiate fossil fuels used for power generation which will ultimately reduce GHG emissions. 

Why cemWHR 2020

Need for WHR Systems

On an average, the Indian cement plant requires power of 9 Billion kWh per year. The coal needed for generating this much amount of power accounts to 15 Million Tons per year. To meet out the required coal quantity, the industry spends about Rs 55 Billion each year. In order to bring down the cost towards energy, several cost reduction techniques such as using of pet coke and low grade coal, optimization of Indian coal with imported coals are being practiced.

Waste heat recovery is now emerging as an excellent addition to existing captive power generation. Other than reducing energy cost significantly, it can also be a reliable source of power. The concept of waste heat recovery is slowly picking up across the country 

Advantages of WHR Systems

Reduces fuel consumption, which in turn reduces fuel cost significantly
Simultaneously meet the demand for electricity and heat in a most cost effective manner
Bring down the specific energy consumption of the plant significantly
Bring about best energy efficient practice in the plant
Provide economic competitive advantage in the market
Mitigate the emission of Green house gases which are affecting the environment adversely 

The CONFERENCE

cemWHR - 2020 will help to promote WHR implementation in the Indian Cement industry. Encourage utilities that utilises the waste heat available to generate power and thereby reducing operating cost. Bring awareness among industry on suitable technologies may be considered for implementation of WHR in existing and future cement plants.

The Indian cement industry is keen to adopt WHR systems in a big way. The technical specialization within the Indian cement industry is advanced; the plant operating team can overcome the technical barriers analyzed. The major deterrent in faster adoption of WHR systems has been the financial barrier. The potential for WHR in Indian cement industry is very high.

With a view to promote WHR installations in India, Mission Energy Foundation brings out cemWHR – 2020, a one day interactive forum scheduled on 30 April 2020, Taj Palace- New Delhi.

TECHNICAL DISCUSSIONS

Technical Barriers in Utilizing Waste Heat


Moisture content in raw material
Heat requirement for raw mill
Heat requirement for Cement Additives
Quality / Grade of heat
Presence of dust
Water Availability for waste heat recovery
Lay out constraint & down time for hook up 

WHR – Available Technologies & Working Principles

Rankine Cycle
Organic Rankine Cycle
Kalina Cycle 

WHR Installation – Challenges Faced


Significant In house Engineering requirement
WHR - Vendor identification in India
Execution by in house contracts
Interfacing between OEC & WHR system
Location of unit to minimize distances – layout considerations
Hook up during Plant shutdown  

Barriers in Adopting WHR Systems


Presence of dust in flue gas
Hot gas availability & Load factor
Adaptability of existing equipment
False air ingress and additional power consumption
Non-availability of Indigenous suppliers & Service providers
Financial barriers 

Why Attend

CONFERENCES

Religiously & dedicateldy have given 12 years to the nation with 38 events across power sector, creating forums of discission; exchange of ideas; sharing practical experiences; govt. advocacies and networking opportunities to professionals and businesses worldwide.

aWARDS

Over the years Mission Energy Foundation have honoured hundreds of innovative developments and solutions for excellence and sustainability among the utilities, small or large, who have demonstrated their efforts in generation of clean energy.

Presentation and Paper Submission

The Programme Committee encourages you to send abstracts/papers. The abstract must not exceed 8 pages for oral presentation with tables and illustrations. Abstracts/papers will only be accepted in electronic form (MS Word) to be submitted online at https://f.formoid.net/1cBa or sent by email to nikhil@missionenrgy.org

The deadline for abstracts/papers submission is 31 January 2020.

Contact:
NIKHIL MEHTA - HEAD PRODUCTION
+91 98209 24844 l NIKHIL@MISSIONENERGY.ORG

cemWHR AWARDS

The awards

cemWHR Awards 2020 shall recognise outstanding environmental and community relations efforts that go above and beyond what is required. Submissions from plants across the country shall be evaluated and recognized for environmental & energy efficiency efforts completed in 2018

THE WINNERS

The Winners of cemWHR Awards - 2020 shall be honored during the valedictory session of the conference.

Important Dates to Remember

01 January 2020 

1100 Hrs - Nomination Opens

20 MARCH 2020

1700 Hrs - Nomination Closes

30 APRIL 2020

1630 Hrs - Winners Shall be Awarded

cemWHR AWARDS Categories

Cement Plant of the Year

This award will give to honor the achievements of a cement plant demonstrating overall operational excellence and best-in-class levels of performance across key areas, including energy efficiency, alternative fuel utilisation, clinker substitution rates and health & safety.

1

Cement Project of the Year

This award is for the cement industry project that demonstrated innovation, engineering excellence, and exceptional project design and execution

2

Environmental Excellence

This award will recognise the outstanding demonstration of advanced manufacturing technologies to meet the highest standards of environmental excellence in the areas of emissions reduction, carbon reduction, resource efficiency and participation in the circular economy

3

Innovation for Sustainability

Awards seeks to identify and reward out-of-the-box thinking and innovation in cement industry organisation that has brought innovation and sustainability ingrained as part of its work culture and has been at the forefront of coming up with creative and sustainable solutions.

4

Equipment Supplier of the Year

The award will recognize providers of the best environmental & WHR equipment suppliers helping implementation of waste heat recovery in cement industry

5

Technology / Solution Provider of the Year

This award is for the organisation that expertise in providing a reliable technology or solution with years of efforts in creating a cleaner and sustainable solution to the cement industry.

6

Sponsor Now!

Sponsoring this cemWHR 2020 will make your company stand out as a leader in this burgeoning industry and will leave a strong impression of your brand in key decision makers minds. Sponsors have an incredible amount of presence and it will not only give your company optimum exposure but also the opportunity for delegates to meet you and your executives to find out more about your role and business opportunities in the sector.

Gain PUBLICITY with our advertising and promotional campaigns
Obtain DIRECT ACCESS to potential clients during and after with our meticulously prepared confidential delegate list
Receive a KEY SPEAKING POSITION to address an audience of top executives and decision makers from the industry
Create PERMANENT REMINDERS of your product or services in conference documentation
Profile yourself as INDUSTRIAL LEADER, as your corporate logo and profile will be featured prominently in event marketing collaterals
NETWORKING with the industries leading Government Officials, Senior Level Delegates and Experts
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KNOWLEDGE sponsor

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Panel Discussion Panelist

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ASSOCIATE sponsor

INR 245000 / USD 3950

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Need HELP

CONTACT 

Shri S Dalvi
President Partnerships & Legal Counsel
dalvi@missionenergy.org
+91 9769310944

The ORGANISER

The organisation

Mission Energy Foundation is a persistent, private, not-for-profit endeavour based in Mumbai, India. We are registered under sec 25 (1), 80G & 12AA respectively.

The begining

A single man army with its mission to build platforms of discussion, exchange knowledge among industry professionals on core issues pertaining to growing energy sector.

GOal

Mission Energy Foundation is a micro-enterprise initiative that strives to spread knowledge in the globalising energy sector. We educate and spread technology awareness through ongoing contacts and discussions with the public and industry concerning what the future of the growing energy sector should be...

today

A human asset working together as one endeavour that expertise in organising and delivering successful international summits involving who's who from Entrepreneurs to Academicians to Government Authorities to Technology Providers to Consultants to Industry Professionals from the growing energy sector globally.

12

YEARS

40

CONFERENCES

18

AWARDS

6879

PARTICIPANTS

Throughout the last 12 years Mission Energy Foundation have delivered successful platforms of knowledge dissemination gathering who's who from Entrepreneurs to Academicians to Government Authorities to Technology Providers to Consultants to Industry Professionals from the growing energy sector globally.

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