Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation System (Padang, Indonesia)
Cement waste heat recovery power generation
This project is intended to transform the waste heat discharged from the cement making process into electric power through the use of a Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation (WHRPG) plant, thus reducing the Cement Plant’s dependence on the electric power supply from the power companies.
The governments of Japan (NEDO) and Indonesia jointly installed a cement WHRPG plant with a generation capacity of 8.5 MW in PT. Semen Padang, Indonesia. This project helps to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels by electric power plants thereby reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. This project currently helps to reduce the emission of CO2 by more than 40,000tons per year.
JFE Engineering was responsible for not only designing the entire system but also supplying all major components such as PH boilers, AQC boilers, steam turbine and generator, condensers, deionizers, pumps, DCS, and control valves, in addition to facilitating arrangements for civil engineering, installation and plumbing works, and manufacture of steel products.
|Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia