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larke Energy in Bangladesh has delivered an in-situ power generation plant to Mir Cement Ltd., providing energy resilience with reduced costs and CO2 emissions at their cement grinding plant in Narayanganj. Jenbacher Type-6 gas genset, installed within the building structure of the facility. At full operating capacity, the plant is expected to grind 2.400 tonnes of cement per day, reports Clarke Energy.

Mr. A.K.M Zaidul Islam, Director Sales Clarke Energy Bangladesh, tells WIP magazine: ‚ÄúWhen we did the load analysis for Mir‚Äôs cement manufacturing unit, the ball mill block load was a major challenge identified. After having detailed discussions with our engineering department, we offered them an integrated solution wherein the offered Jenbacher genset runs in grid synchronized mode during the start of one of the ball mills and once the load has been stabilized, it switches to island / isolated mode of operation, making the installation grid independent‚ÄĚ.

Mir Cement is one of Bangladesh’s most successful cement manufacturing brands. Mir Cement is linked to Mir Akhter Hossain Limited, one of Bangladesh's leaders in infrastructure & project construction and a Mir Group of Companies Limited subsidiary. Through the years, Mir Cement has invested heavily in R&D to produce the best quality cement with a minimal carbon footprint. It has helped to enhance the characteristics of the cement blend, technological integration in manufacturing, storage, and supply chain, user demands, and performance in the long term. The company’s quality business approach has also made Mir Cement one of Bangladesh’s most reliable cement producers. Mir Cement has been part of many pioneering projects in Bangladesh. These include: Mirpur-Kalshi Flyover, Dhaka Elevated Expressway, Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Liberation War Museum, Kachpur Meghna Gomti 2nd Bridge, Mugda Medical College and Hospital, Hotel Intercontinental (New Block), Krishibid Institution Bangladesh, Bosila Bridge, Shahid Ahasan Ullah Master Ural Setu, Radisson Blu Water Garden, and the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant.

Posted 
Jun 13, 2023
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