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27 - 28 February 2017, Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi

the CONFERENCE

The conference serves as synonym for a series of Indian conferences to highlight the use the CCPs as valuable raw material in our country being organised every year beginning 2010.

Mission Energy Foundation serves as organiser of the conferences which is one of the tools to exchange experience and to inform about new developments.

The conference is in Sixth year with its objective to address the various issues and challenges and gather industry stakeholders to be held on 27-28 February 2017 at Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi.

the EXPO

Exhibiting at Fly Ash Utilisation 2016 is a cost effective and invaluable tool to help deliver your technology, product, equipment and services to senior decision makers of your core target market and will help grow your business.

You will benefit from multiple opportunities to talk with the clients and prospects you want to do business with and kick start your sales. All under one roof and all in just two days - saving you both time and money!

The Exhibition will be concurrently held during the conference on 27-28 February 2017 at Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi.

the AWARDS

The Fly Ash Utilisation Awards 2017 will be presented to power producing units demonstrating highest level of commitment to utilisation of FLY ASH covering Thermal Power Plants and services sector who demonstrate highest level of commitment and best practice, honouring innovative developments and solutions for better excellence and sustainability in the thermal power sector in the years to come ahead...

The Winners of Fly Ash Utilisation Awards 2016 shall be honoured on the second day of the conference i.e., 28 February 2017 at Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi.

Current Scenario

Total installed capacity of coal based thermal power is about 186 GW with a significant Year-on-Year growth of 22 GW (installed capacity end of March 2015 was 164 GW). Coal based power generation holds about 72% of India’s power generation capacity of 303 GW (CEA, March 2016). In future, thermal generation capacity in India will increase significantly in the coming decades. Even in the least effort scenario, it is expected that installed thermal generation capacity will go up to 290 GW in 2047.

India’s existing coal based thermal power plants (TPPs) are currently based on inefficient subcritical technology, though efforts are now being made to adopt new efficient technologies like super-critical, ultra super-critical technology etc. Super critical technology is proposed to be adopted at a significant scale (38%) during the 12th five year plan (Ministry of Power, 2012). From the 13th five year plan, it is proposed that no subcritical TPPs would be allowed. However the development and deployment of these efficient technologies is sluggish due to the Indian coal with high ash content and low calorific value.

Coal-Based power plants consumed 640 million tonnes of coal in 2015-16, which are around three fourths of the total coal used in the country. India’s coal is of poor quality with almost 40 per cent ash, which means the plants burn 0.74 Kg/KWh of power generation, which is 41 percent higher than the global average. Poor coal also means more pollution. As a result, coal- based power plants are a significant contributor to total pollutants such as PM, NOx and SOx in the country.

The Future

Given the pace of growth of coal-based power generation (capacity is expected to reach 260 GW by 2022, up from 186 GW as of March 2016); pollution will worsen if emission regulations are left unchanged. 

Fly ash generation, which tuned to 172.87 MT by 2014 and with the present momentum of the capacity addition the numbers, will definitely increase to 221 MT by 2016. Current levels of efforts of ash utilization have resulted in achieving just 58% by year ending 2015 and India is nowhere near its target of utilising 100% of fly ash generated by the coal based power plants.

New Norms:
Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has revised norms for fly ash usage and disposal by granting permission to use it for agriculture. The ministry has also made it mandatory for power plants to give fly ash free of cost to users within 300-kilometre-radius.

The notification makes it mandatory for cement industries, within radius of 300 kilometres of a coal or lignite based thermal power plant, to use fly ash for manufacture of the cement as per the specifications of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). The cost of transportation of fly ash is to be borne collectively by the thermal power plant and the industry concerned. Every construction agency engaged in construction of roads within a radius of 300 kilometres from a coal or lignite based thermal power plant would be bound to use fly ash in accordance with the guidelines or specifications issued.

Fly Ash & Market Economics

Government Policies

Policies of different government departments, regulators and construction agencies on the use of fly ash for construction are not consistent. For instance, building bye laws of municipalities, which set rules on use of construction material, don’t compulsorily require use of fly ash bricks for construction.

The Challenges

The industry will be challenged as utilities strive to meet environmental standards. Consequences for coal ash utilization will include a large increase in the amount of FGD gypsum, mercury-laden activated carbons in the fly ash, and a change in fly ash composition as utilities change fuel supplies in response to new environmental controls.

Current Scenario

Overall, the proposed and new regulations are an important first step. Coal-based power is artificially cheap because of two reasons—coal for generating power is subsidised and the health and environment costs of coal are not incorporated. The new regulations would result in a small step to add some of the costs by pushing investment in pollution control technology.

New Norms

The proposed notification on fly ash use is a step forward, but gaps remain that will continue to inhibit use. Currently cement sector is the dominant user of fly ash consuming 50% of total ash utilised. While the norms will improve the supply of fly ash to end-users it is not doing enough to create demand for fly ash products like bricks or push road making.

Based on its findings and study of best practices in the sector globally, Mission Energy Foundation suggested several policies and regulations—ranging from tighter air pollution standards and efficient technology to developing policy framework for managing waste products—to improve the sector. The results of Mission Energy Foundation’s study and its recommendations spurred a wide public debate and, over the last few years, the government announced a series of draft regulations and policies to help improve the sector’s performance.

The FLY ASH UTILISATION 2017 – Conference, EXPO & Awards is intended to provide a forum to meet and discuss the science and applications for coal ash and to transfer knowledge and ideas that will benefit their innovative utilization, handling, storage and disposal.

FLY ASH UTILISATION 2017 – Conference, EXPO & Awards serves as synonym for a series of Indian conferences to highlight the use the CCPs as valuable raw material in our country. The conference is in Sixth year, being organised every year beginning since December 2010. Mission Energy Foundation serves as organiser of the conferences which is one of the tools to exchange experience and to inform about new developments.

FLY ASH UTILISATION 2017 – Conference, EXPO & Awards will be held on 27-28 February 2017 at Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi. To guarantee information on most recent developments for coal ash and desulphurisation product uses a call for paper was addressed to all parties in and outside India actively involved or interested in coal ash activities, from production, utilisation, regulation as well as research.

Who Should Participate?

• Regulators, Policy Makers, Mine Planners • Senior Executives of Steel, Power, Cement and Mining • Companies and Producers • Industries Bodies and Business Chambers, Research Institutes, Academia • Mining Engineers • Environmentalists working on Fly ash issues • Technocrats and Managers of Power & Mining Sectors • Logistic Companies, Suppliers and all those engaged in the business of fly ash • Generation/Handling • Fly ash by product producers • Construction and Real Estate Companies • Scientists and Faculty

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CONFERENCE - Special Focus

focus - MAHARASHTRA

Maharashtra currently produces three million tonne of fly ash every year, of which only about 60 per cent is used, while the rest is dumped and becomes a major source of pollution for areas in the vicinity.

Maharashtra became the first state in the country to adopt the Fly Ash Utilization Policy, paving way for prosperity by generating wealth from waste and environment protection.

• The policy seeks 100% use of fly ash generated from thermal power plants and biogas plants for construction activities.
• Facilitates use of fly ash to make bricks, blocks, tiles, wall panels, cement and other construction materials.
• The policy extends use of fly ash to 300 kilometres radius of power plant from earlier 100 kilometres radius of power plant. It will help in environment protection and save soil excavation.
• It also will make available raw material for construction at low cost to help ‘Housing for All’ projects.
• It will also help create new employment opportunities in the power plant sector and pave way for prosperity by generating Wealth from Waste.

focus - CHHATTISGARH

The state, where there is an urgent need to tackle fly ash, a major cause of air pollution. It is widely perceived that if the state fails to use and effectively manage the fly ash generated at these projects, it's only a matter of time theta Chhattisgarh would be a "fly ash hub". The consequences for such a scenario could be disastrous, as the entire atmosphere would be filled with black smoke, leading to the occurrence of numerous fatal diseases & water scarcity.

It is widely known that the residue generated at the thermal power stations create major environmental hazards. Experts' say that it is not only causing air pollution, but also contaminate the groundwater. However, its effective management not only reduces environmental pollution, but also recycles and reuses the same to recover some valuable resources. According to information, about Rs 2 lakh crore is likely to be invested in Chhattisgarh in various thermal plants in the next five years to generate approximately 40,000 MW of additional power. Experts estimate that that these projects, once fully functional, could generate a total of 4 crore tonnes of ash, besides emitting 11 crore tonnes of carbon dioxide. Managing the same effectively thus becomes a huge task, say experts.

CONFERENCE AGENDA
Monday, 27 February 2017
09:00 Hrs Registration & Welcome Tea
  • 10:00 - 11:00 Hrs
    Inugural Function

    Chief Guest Welcome Address
    Shri C K Bawankule, Minister Energy - Govt. of Maharashtra
    Shri Ravindra Kumar Verma, Chairperson – CEA

    Key Note Addresses
    Shri N K Gupta, Addl. Dir – CPCB
    Shri Manoj Kumar Gangeya, Director – MoEF
    Shri Sudhir Kumar, Jt. Adviser - NITI Aayog
    Dr. Srikanta K Panigrahi, DG - Carbon Minus India

  • 11:30 - 13:00 Hrs
    KEY TRENDS, OUTLOOK AND POLICY UPDATE

    • What have been the trends in fly ash generation and utilisation in the country?
    • What are the issues and challenges in fly ash disposal?
    • What is the potential market size and outlook for fly ash utilisation?

    Invited Speakers:
    Dr. Srikanta K Panigrahi, DG - Carbon Minus India
    Shri R K Sachdev, President - CPSI
    Dr. S K Paliwal, Scientist C – CPCB
    Dr. Abbas Khan, Founder & CEO - ZaaK Technologies GmbH

  • 14:00 - 16:00 Hrs
    GENERATORS' PERSPECTIVE

    • What has been the experience of some of the major coal-based generators with regard to fly ash management so far?
    • What are their plans for the future?
    • What are the key issues and challenges in increasing fly ash utilisation?

    Invited Speakers:
    Shri K Chandrasekhar, AVP (MTP & Ash Utl.) - Reliance Power
    Shri Prashant Kokil, CSO (MO) - Tata Power
    Dr. M Malik, AGM - NETRA
    Shri Kamlesh Sanghavi, GM Maintenance - Essar Power

  • 16:30 - 18:00 Hrs
    FLY ASH ECONOMICS & PROMISE OF TECHNOLOGY

    • What are the key costs (collection, transportation, etc.)?
    • What are the prices of fly ash?
    • What is the impact on generators' costs and profitability?
    • Which are some of the leading technologies in fly ash management?
    • What new solutions can the industry expect in the coming years?

    Invited Speakers:
    Shri Abraj Vettuparampali, MD India - MASA GmbH
    Shri Chandresh Parmar, DGM - Neptune Industries
    Shri Gopal Dalmia, Member - State Innovation Council – Govt. of Pondicherry

Tuesday, 28 February 2017
  • 09:30 - 11:00 Hrs
    FOCUS ON CEMENT SECTOR

    • Which are some of the key cement manufacturers that are using fly ash?
    • What has been the experience in using fly ash as an input material?
    • What can power plants do to increase fly ash utilisation by the cement industry?

    Invited Speakers:
    Dr. S K Handoo, Advisor (Technical) - CMA India*
    Shri Abhinav Jain, Sr. Manager - J K Cement
    Shri Anand Gurav, Head Environment - Tata Power
    Dr. Subrato Chowdhury, Former Chief of R&D - Aditya Birla 
    Shri A K Jain, Former Tech Adv - Ultratech & Member - BIS

  • 11:30 - 13:00 Hrs
    SHOWCASE: USES, PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS

    • Which are the applications and projects that have demonstrated innovations in fly ash use?
    • What were their characteristics?
    • What are the learning based on their experience?

    Invited Speakers:
    Dr. Asokan Pappu, Sr. Principal Scientist - AMPRI (CSIR)
    Shri C S Bhutoria, Technical Head – SYC Global
    Shri Sanjay Mandania, MD - Ashtech India
    Shri Sudhir Mathur, Dy. Director – CRRI
    Shri JLN Murty, VP Civil & Head –CCD/Rail Infra - JSPL

  • 14:00 - 15:00 Hrs
    MAHARASHTRA - Paving Way for Prosperity

    • In depth knowhow on Maharashtra Fly Ash Utilization Policy
    • Why the state utilises only 60% of total fly ash generated
    • Why the policy seeks 100% utilisation and save cost to the government
    • Is the state ready for ‘Housing for All’ projects

    Invited Speakers:
    Shri Sudhir Paliwal, Director – MAHAGAMS
    Shri Vidyanand Motiram Motghare, Joint Director, Air – MPCB

  • 15:30 - 16:30 Hrs
    FLY ASH UTILISATION AWARDS 2017
    – The Ceremony

    Today, the Fly Ash Utilisation Awards 2017 will be presented to power producing units demonstrating highest level of commitment to utilisation of fly ash covering Thermal Power Plants and services sector who demonstrate highest level of commitment and best practice.

    Guest’s of Honor:
    Dr. Srikanta K Panigrahi, DG - Carbon Minus India
    Shri R K Sachdev, Pre - CPSI & Former Adv (Coal)
    Dr. M P Narayanan, Former CMD - CIL & NLC

  • 16:30 Hrs
    Vote of Thanks

    Look forward  meeting you again  at 
    FLY ASH UTILISATION 2018 – Conference, EXPO & Awards

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