Economy & Market
Hyderabad to host Green Cementech 2018
CII - Godrej GBC and CMA are organising the 14th edition of Green Cementech on May 17-18, 2018 at Hyderabad.
The Indian Cement Industry is the second largest cement producer in the world with over 210 large cement plants and 350 mini cement plants accounting to an installed capacity of 350 million tonne. Indian cement sector is expected to witness positive growth with production expected to reach 550 to 600 million tonne by FY2025.
With the increased infrastructure developments in the country and increasing demand from the real estate sector, there is a positive growth projections for the cement production in the country. This rapid growth rates requires an innovative approach by the industry towards optimal resource utilisation, lower emissions and stringent discharge standards. The Indian cement industry has already taken pro-active approach through increased usage of alternative fuels in the cement kilns and utilisation of WHR, resulting in reduced emissions and production cost.
There is a growing need to focus on promoting ecologically sustainable business growth models. With prudent resource usage businesses not only gain the competitive edge but also turn out to be ecologically sustainable business models. In its efforts to promote sustainable development of cement sector and demonstrate that green makes good business sense,CII -
Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre (CII - Godrej GBC)
with the support of all the stakeholders is playing a catalytic role in promoting World Class Energy Efficiency initiative in cement industry.
As a part of the initiative, CII - Godrej GBC and Cement Manufacturers' Association (CMA) has been jointly organising Green Cementech, annual conference on Cement Technologies for the past 13 years, which has evoked excellent response from all the participants. In line with this series, CII - Godrej GBC and CMA is organising the 14th edition of Green Cementech on May 17-18, 2018 at Hyderabad.
Green Cementech 2018 will feature the following:
- Latest technological developments in process, WHR and other areas
- National & International industry best practices for improving Energy Efficiency
- Environment Monitoring & Management
- Latest technologies & Systems for handling & utilization of waste
- Conference on Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Captive Power Plants
Focus areas include:
latest development in cement manufacturing technology; session on international experience and innovative technologies for improving energy efficiency in cement manufacturing; latest development in process automation, auxiliary equipment and electrical systems; sharing of National & International industry best practices for improving energy efficiency; energy benchmarking in Indian cement industry; session on AFR; parallel conference on CPP; panel discussion on recent policy reforms and its implication on Indian cement industries; networking opportunities; B2B meetings; and opportunity to meet cement industry experts The conference would be addressed by leading manufacturers and technology providers from India and abroad.