UltraTech Cement Ltd has been recognised for five of its integrated cement manufacturing units at the National Awards for Excellence in Energy Management. The awards were given by the Confederation of Indian Industry.
UltraTech’s Rawan cement plant won the award for Excellent Energy Efficient Unit in two categories: cement plant and captive power plant.
Four more of UltraTech’s integrated manufacturing units were also certified as Energy Efficient Units at the ceremony. These were the Kotputli, Rajashree, Sewagram, and Reddipalyam cement plants.
Prize winners were determined through an evaluation of reductions in energy consumption, best-in-class for energy consumption, innovation in identifying and implementing energy savings, actual energy savings, methodology of implementation, and efforts taken to sustain savings long term.
The awards ceremony was attended by Ajay Mishra, Telangana State Energy Secretary, and Pankaj Kumar from the Bureau of Energy Efficiency in the Government of India, who presented the award to the Rawan team.
UltraTech is a leading producer of cement in the world and the largest in India. The company has 19 integrated units, 21 grinding units, and more than 17 000 employees.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/07092018/ultratech-shines-at-cii-awards-for-energy-management/
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