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CII – EXIM BANK CONCLAVE ON INDIA – AFRICA PROJECT PARTNERSHIP ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES IN MANUFACTURING UNITS Role of Energy Efficiency in small.

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1 CII – EXIM BANK CONCLAVE ON INDIA – AFRICA PROJECT PARTNERSHIP ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES IN MANUFACTURING UNITS Role of Energy Efficiency in small scale steel industrial units in India A.C.R. DAS Industrial Advisor, Ministry of Steel Government of India 1 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

2 World steel production in 2011 was 1,527 million tonne and India produced 72 mt. 4th from the top of the list (China, Japan, USA) Decadal growth rate in India varies in the range of 8-10% India will reach to 2nd position ie; next to China in steel production in the terminal year of 12th plan and expected to produce 200 mt by Production (finished steel) from private sector is 80% in Out of which, the SME sector contributes 46% The above indicates a tremendous growth potential of steel sector in India. With the increase in production. energy consumptions and GHG emissions will also increase correspondingly. As per available information, global carbon emission at present is around 25.2 billion tonne /year, out of which Indias contribution is around 1.0 billion tonnes / year (4%). The steel sector contributes 150 million tonnes / year (15%), out of which SRRM sector contributes 16 million tonnes / year (11%). 2 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

3 Direct Reduction Iron Units (DRI) – 420 Units Induction Furnace – 1174 Units Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) – 48 Units Re-rolling Mills Units The Energy Efficiency of Indian Steel Industry is improving with adoption of energy efficient technologies and practices. Ministry of Steel in collaboration with UNDP/GEF took up an initiative to implement Energy Efficiency Improvement Project in the Steel Re-rolling Mill Sector by intervention of Energy Efficient Technology and removal of barriers in

4 The global objective is to reduce GHG emissions by improving end-use energy efficiency levels in SRRM sector. The immediate objective is to accelerate penetration of environmentally sustainable energy efficient technologies. Remove key-barriers to energy efficiency measures in the sector. Enabling environment for the industry to adopt energy efficient, economically viable & environmentally sound technologies. Setting up Model units and implement technology packages in major geographic clusters of SRRM. Emphasis on Technical Assistance for sustaining Best Practices Success of Model units along with removal of barriers is expected to promote large scale replication of technology package in SRRM sector and induce policy changes. 4 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

5 Energy Efficient Technologies for Steel Re-Rolling Mill Sector 5 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel) High-end Technologies -Energy Saving: 30-40% Low-end Technologies - Energy Saving : % Regenerative burner systemHigh Efficiency Recuperator with improved furnace design Hot charging of Continuous Cast BilletChange of lump coal to coal producer gas as fuel Top-and-Bottom firing system in reheating furnace Technology for use of pulverized coal as fuel Oxy-fuel combustion system in reheating furnace Use of Bio-mass gas as fuel Walking hearth/Beam furnaceCoal Bed Methane

6 Electrics. UNIT Technical Benefits Identification of existing problems Electrical Energy Audit Implementation of 5 S-Lean Manufacturing Development of SOP & SMP Performance Improvement Training Implementation of ISO 9001 and ISO Evaluation of Roll Pass Design Financial Benefits Reimbursement of the cost of consultancy upto a maximum of Rs. 5,00,000 Capital Subsidy of 25% investment subject to max of 30.0 /75.0 lakhs Benefits to Model Units 6 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

7 PROJECT TARGETS Consumption of energy & other important performance parameters of re-rolling mills (Model Units) UnitStatus in the beginning of the Project Target / Expected Outcome after project completion Oil consumption in the reheating furnace Lit/T42-45<30 Coal consumption (Pulverized) Kg/T Gas consumptionNm3/T4830 Productivity of furnaceKg/m 2 /h Scale Loss% <1 Power consumptionkWh/T Yield% Utilization of mill% UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

8 1. Almost 50 Model units have been selected in all over the country out of which 25 units have been commissioned with Energy Efficient Technology & Design Suggested by our project team. 2. With the Post-Commissioning data available, following reduction has been achieving Furnace Oil : 20-25% Pulverized Coal : 15-45% CO2 emission : 4000 – 10,000 t/annum. in each unit ,000 Training Manuals were prepared in association with SAIL(MTI) and all these manuals have been distributed to 1000, SRRM units in the country. 4. Class Room training program were held in various clusters, in which more than 2500 people were trained. 5. On-job training programs have been conducted in 22 Model units covering all clusters, almost 20 persons in each program participated. 6. Awareness CD has been prepared on 1o Technology Packages & 19 Eco-tech options for Rolling mills copies were made and distributed. 8 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

9 8. 25 National Awareness Workshops are held so far, in different parts of the country. 9. 5S lean manufacturing system in 10 Model units have been implemented and 10 more units will be taken up this year. This activity is a part of Best Practice Programme. 10. SOP & SMP Base documents were prepared and implemented in 5 Model Units CD has been sent to SRRM units. 11. Electrical Energy audit was conducted in 20 Model Units and the reports submitted by the consultant. 12. Feasibility Study was carried out in 20 Pipeline units and reports submitted by the consultant. 13. The M/s Pulkit Steel, Pondichery a Model unit is the first steel Rolling mill in India who installed a gasifier based on Biomass and has successfully commissioned on 9th July, It is noted that about 8,000t CO2 emissions will be reduced annually from his unit. Subsequently, several SRRM units are replicating this technology. 9 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

10 BASED ON THE DATA AVAILABLE, IT IS FOUND THAT THE PROJECT IS MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION AND WILL ACHIEVE THE TARGET OF CO 2 REDUCTION AS ENVISAGED IN THE PROJECT DOCUMENT AMOUNTING TO ABOUT 36 MILLION TONNES OVER THE PROJECT LIFE CYCLE OF 20 YEARS WITH 40% REPLICATION CONCLUSION 10 UNDP/GEF- Project (Steel)

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