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YSR inaugurates co-generation power project

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HYDERABAD: The Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, on Thursday inaugurated a co-generation power project of The India Cements Ltd (ICL) at Vishnupuram in Nalgonda district.

The 8 MW power project, based on "waste heat recovery system", has been implemented under the "Green Aid Plan", jointly promoted by the Union Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan.

Its objective is to contribute to the efficient use of energy and protection of the environment.

Waste heat is recovered as steam from the gas exhausted from pre-heater and air-quenching cooler in the cement plant for generation of power. The Government of Japan has supplied the core equipment for the project through Kawasaki Heavy Industries, which is the basic designer and manufacturer of the waste heat recovery system.

The project is unique and first of its kind in India, according to an ICL press release.

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