Global Cement Electrical Power Conference and Exhibition
Including waste heat recovery, captive power (including wind and solar), grinding optimisation and electrical energy efficiency.
London, 1 - 2 June 2015 - dates confirmed
Global CemPower Conference is to take place for the third time in London in 2015, and will cover an area that comprises one third of the cement industry's total costs: Electrical power.
The 3rd Global CemPower Conference has evolved to cover additional subject areas, and will not only look at waste heat recovery for cement and lime, but will also examine captive power generation options (including coal, oil, gas, diesel, hydroelectric, wind and solar), grinding optimisation (the grinding processes are the largest single consumers of electrical power in the cement plant) and the wider issue of electrical energy efficiency in the cement and lime industries.
2nd Global CemPower Conference
4-5 June 2013, Glaziers Hall, London, UK
The 2nd Global CemPower Conference and Exhibition has successfully taken place in London again, after the highly successful first edition in the city. CemPower is the largest global gathering of experts on waste heat recovery, captive power generation and electrical energy efficiency in the cement and lime industries.
The world is in an energy crisis, which is only going to get worse. With the increase in fuel and electricity costs, the cement industry is presented with both a problem and an opportunity. The cement industry uses huge amounts of fuel and electrical power, and is critically sensitive to price rises in both. The industry worldwide is also vulnerable to power-cuts and reduction in power quality - so-called 'brownouts.'
However, the cement - and lime - industry is also perfectly located to take advantage of the situation, through the use of waste heat recovery systems. Using waste heat recovery, the cement industry can regain the energy in its waste-gasses and use it to generate electricity, thus partly insulating itself from electricity price increases as well as improving its overall efficiency.
With each plant being able to produce 20-30% of its total electricity from its own resources - and around 30% of plants being able to benefit from installation of a WHR system, the benefits of waste heat recovery for the cement industry are potentially huge. According to industry experts, payback ranges from three to six years, excluding any government subsidies. Asia (notably China and India) is well ahead of the rest of the world in the application of waste heat recovery in the cement industry and only now is the rest of the world beginning to catch up.
What you will accomplish at Global CemPower
- Learn about the latest technology for waste heat recovery
- Hear about cement and lime industry captive power generation case studies
- Pick up tips for grinding unit optimisation
- Make contacts with experts from around the world
- CUT YOUR ELECTRICAL ENERGY BILLS!
- Waste heat recovery in the global cement industry
- Captive power generation (including wind and solar)
- Grinding process optimisation
- Other electrical energy efficiency measures
Who should attend?
- Cement and lime producers interested in power production
- Cement and lime producers who want to decrease their electrical energy bills
- Equipment suppliers
- Participants from other industries: lime, gypsum, steel, paper, chemicals, refinery etc
- Cement industry project managers
Main suppliers of waste heat recovery equipment (invited)
- China Power
- CITIC HI
- Dalian East New Energy Development (DEE)
- JFE Engineering of Japan
- Kawasaki (KHI and CKE)
- Nanjing Triumph Kaineng (NTK)
- Ormat Technologies
- ThyssenKrupp Polysius AG
- Sinoma EC (EC = Energy Conservation)
- TECPRO Systems
- TESPL (Transparent Energy Systems Pvt. Ltd)
- Thermax India
- Turboden (Pratt Whitney Power Systems)
- Wasabi Energy (Global GeoThermal)
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Please note: Global CemPower is not to be confused with bboy cem power!