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Case study booklet on Energy Efficient Technologies in Cement Industry

Sector Energy Efficiency
Grantee CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre
Year 2015

This case study highlights how some of India’s cement industries have improved energy efficiency, cut costs and reduced emissions, by using energy efficiency technologies. The case study is designed to share successful energy efficient technologies that can be easily replicated in other cement plants. It provides an overview and best practices selected by a panel of Industry representatives, technology suppliers and sector experts.

With the Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme almost in its second phase, there is a need for information that can help the Industry make an informed transition to more energy-efficient operations. It is anticipated that the case study will facilitate knowledge sharing amongst these key stakeholders, and also support the efforts to realise the targets of the PAT scheme.

Tagged Under Energy Efficiency, Cement, Technologies, Shakti, CII-GBC

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