Introduction of 8.8MW Power Generation System by Waste Heat Recovery for Cement Plant

Representative Participant
Global Engineering Co., Ltd.
Partner Participant: Shwe Taung Cement Company Limited
Host Country
Myanmar
Selected Year
2018
Type
JCM Model Project
Sector
Effective Use of Energy
Not registered
Active

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

19,241 tCO2-eq./year

= 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

JCM Methodology

Methodology No. Title Methodology Proponent
MM_AM005 ver1.0 Power Generation by Waste Heat Recovery in Cement Industry Institute for Global Environmental Strategies