Introduction of 8.8MW Power Generation System by Waste Heat Recovery for Cement Plant
- Representative Participant
- Global Engineering Co., Ltd.
Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity
Shwe Taung Cement installs a waste heat recovery power generation (WHRPG) system for their cement factory located in Mandalay, which produces 1,500 ton/day of clinker from the existing line and 4,000 ton/day from a new line. This project contributes to mitigating power shortage in Myanmar, and to the CO2 emission reduction by reducing the consumption of natural gas that is a major source of energy in the country.
This WHRPG system consists of an air quenching cooler (AQC) boiler and a latest preheater (PH) boiler which recovers waste heat and converts into power more efficiently.
All the electricity generated from the project is self-consumed at the factory.
Expected GHG Emission Reductions
= Reference CO2 emission－Project CO2 emission
- Reference CO2 Emission
= Net avoided electricity [MWh/y] x Emission Factor [tCO2/MWh]
- Project CO2 emission = 0 tonCO2/y
Site of JCM Project
|Methodology No.||Title||Methodology Proponent|
|MM_AM005 ver1.0||Power Generation by Waste Heat Recovery in Cement Industry||Institute for Global Environmental Strategies|