[Cement Summit] Yanmou Wang: There is a huge development space for cement WHR power generation in China

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In the "Sixth International Summit of Cement kiln Low-Temperature Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation” which belongs to series of conferences of the "2010 International Cement Summit", the former Secretary Yanmou Wang of State Building Materials attended the meeting and gave a speech.
After the Climate Conference of UN held in Copenhagen last year, the whole world are in the implementation of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and China is without exception. In the conference, the Chinese Government promised to reduce by 40% to 45% of the carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP in 2020 than in 2005, that means China's emissions of reduction task is arduous difficult. Relevant statistics shows that currently the world's CO2 emissions from cement industry accounted for 5% of the humanity and the CO2 emissions of China's cement industry is 9% of total industrial emissions...... This shows that the emission reduction mandate of the China cement industry is really arduous difficult.
At the conference, Yanmou Wang introduced that for a period of time, one of most effective measures for China’s cement industry to reduce CO2 emissions is low-temperature WHR power generation. It can not only reduce the production costs, but also can reduce CO2 emissions. He said: "China's low-temperature WHR Power Generation of cement kiln technology has developed rapidly this year, but there is a huge space to be developed, we have so much work to do".
It is understood that there are about 55% of the cement clinker production lines have not installed the WHR power generation devices among as-built production lines as well as some production lines under construction. So, there is a great market for low-temperature WHR power generation of China’s cement industry.
Meanwhile, there is an existing problem in some production lines with power generation equipments—the power generation efficiency is not high and most of the projects generate 35 KW.h per ton of clinker. "China's low-temperature WHR power generation has a huge development space not only in quantity, but also in technology."
Finally, Yanmou Wang said that WHR power generation is still a hot issue concerned in the industry, and he believes the conference will promote the cement WHR power generation  technology.
(Reprinted From the China Cement Net)