The Indian MYHOME Project Contracted to Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd Achieved Connected Grid Power Generation
Source: Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd
Date: Dec 30, 2016
Currently, the Indian MYHOME waste heat power generation project jointly contracted to Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd and Indian LNVT Company has successfully achieved connected grid power generation.
This project is located in NALGONDA, TELANGANA of India, and it is for the auxiliary construction of a waste heat power station with six furnaces and one turbine as well as an installed gross capacity of 13.5 MW by the use of 3 cement production lines. After the signing of the project, Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd has formed its management team to enter and be stationed in the site and carried out detailed planning and arrangements in such aspects as construction schemes, network planning, equipment transportation, debugging, technical services, safety management and construction quality so as to ensure the scheduled completion of all links and nodes. Especially in the phase of final sprint, faced with overloaded working intensity, the project department has cooperated with absolute sincerity so as to ensure the connected grid power generation of the project as scheduled, which is highly recognized by the owners.
This project is another one in which Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd has successfully achieved connected grid power generation in India after the 3 projects of ACC, Heidelberg and EMAMI, which has laid a solid foundation for Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd to further deepen and consolidate the Indian market.