Japan‘s JFE Engineering Corporation has announced that it has started work on a waste heat recovery power generation project for PT. Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, the leading state-own cement company in Indonesia.
JFE Engineering has also been entrusted for the feasibility study of the Joint Credit Mechanism (JCM) by the Ministry of Environment of Japan (MOEJ) on this project.
The system, mainly consisting of boilers, a steam turbine and a generator, shall be designed and manufactured by JFE Engineering and shall be installed by the local contractors in the Tuban plant (West Java, Indonesia) of the company.
The commissioning of the plant is scheduled to be at the end of FY 2014.
The system can generate the 28MW of electric power efficiently utilizing the unused waste heat from the cement production process. This is the second installation of the system in Indonesia after PT. Semen Padang and the both of them shall be supplied by JFE Engineering.