Host Country: IndonesiaJCM Project Planning Study (PS)

Power Generation by Waste Heat Recovery in Cement Industry

PS Entity: JFE Engineering

Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity

A waste heat recovery (WHR) System will be introduced in the Tuban Plant of PT Semen Indonesia (PTSI). The WHR System's technology extracts waste heat from the residual process gas exhausted by the cement production line. This waste heat is utilised to generate steam which is then fed to a steam turbine generator. The generator will produce electricity replacing grid electricity based on fossil fuel combustion, to reduce CO2 emissions.

Draft JCM Methodology

This project shall conform to the approved CDM Methodology AMS-III.Q, which presents the following inefficiencies:
  • Monitoring of electricity consumption of the WHR equipment
  • Establishment of a baseline cap factor based on waste heat potential
Consequently a simplified methodology with a conservative default value of electricity consumption is to be developed.

Expected GHG Emission Reductions

130,000 tCO2/yr

← The reduction in the Tuban Plant's consumption of electricity from the grid, due to the introduction of the project