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The Complex spreads across an area of 60 hectares. Here, the Greenfield project has 4x100 m.t.p.d. capacity. A 10 mega watt Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (WHRB) is generated from consuming the emerging waste gases in the manufacturing of Sponge Iron. This power generation plant, contributes significantly in reduction of carbon footprints.

With the highest credit of being registered with the United Nations, Geneva for carbon credit this power is generated with a Go-Green concept. AREVA, an international organization has offered technological solutions for carbon-free energy for this project. The power plant consumes process waste gases generated during the DRI production.

A new power project yielding around 70 mega watt power will be in operation by the second quarter of 2011.To add value ,the Group has employed a state of the art technology known as CFBC (Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion) in order to maximize the utilization of raw materials and at the same time limit carbon footprint.


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