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Iron & steel processing

Iron & steel processing

  • Foolad Technic International Engineering Company

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    Knowledge partner
    Country of registration:
    Iran
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    Foolad Technic is an international engineering company, rendering services in industrial and development projects in the form of feasibility studies, management, engineering, procurement & construction on turn-key basis or in level of local and foreign markets through efficient conducting investments of private and government sectors.

  • Confederation of Indian industry - Sonrabji Godrej Green Business Centre

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    Organisation
    Knowledge partner
    Country of registration:
    India
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    Network Member
    Knowledge Partner
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    CII- Sonrabji Godrej Green Business Centre (CII Godrej GBC) was established in 2004, as the Confederation of Indian Industry's developmental institute on green practices and businesses, aimed at offering world class advidory services on conservation of natural resources. The services of the Green Business Centre include energy management, green buildings, green companies, renewable energy, GHG inventories, green product certification, waste management and cleaner production processes.

  • Technology Compendium On Energy Saving Opportunities Iron & Steel Sector

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    The compendiums provides a comprehensive overview of Iron & Steel subsector, covering manufacturing capacity, production & energy consumption trend, technology status, future growth scenarios, policies, environmental issues etc relevant to the subsector. It provides information on energy savings technology options, techno-economic feasibility, possible reduction in energy consumption & emission, and marginal cost abatement curves.

  • Promoting resource efficiency along the supply chain of key sectors in South Asia: options and opportunities

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    Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are engines of economic growth, providing livelihoods to large populations in South Asian countries. However, over exploitation of natural resources can severely impact sustainability of industrial production systems. This paper looks at the opportunities for clean growth in the textile, brick and steel re-rolling industries sectors by reducing carbon and water footprint.

  • National Productivity Council

    Type: 
    Organisation
    Country of registration:
    India
    Relation to CTCN:
    Network Member
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    NPC is a national level organization with a mission to promote a culture of productivity in India under the Ministry of Industry, Government of India. It was established in 1958 as an autonomous, multipartite, non-profit organization with equal representation from employers’ & workers’ organizations and the Government, apart from technical & professional institutions and other interests. NPC is a constituent of the Tokyo-based Asian Productivity Organization (APO), an Inter Governmental Body, of the Government of India.

  • Study of the Potential for Deepening the Coverage of Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT)

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    The study starts with an overview of PAT scheme, followed by the methodology used in creation of database and provides sector wise statistical analysis. The later chapters cover sectoral analysis of the potential energy savings from all industrial unit as well as the sectors. The study has reviewed 1357 additional units with estimated energy consumption of about 86 Mtoe. Notably, about 600 new units have been identified in the textile sector and 567 in the Iron & Steel sector which are significant in terms of numbers as well as energy consumption.

  • Handbook on achieving thermal comfort within the built environment Volume 2

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    Publication

    Indian cities have experienced unforeseen population growth over the last two decades and this trend is expected to continue over the next two decades. With increasing population, the housing stock will grow manifold and affordable housing will be the biggest challenge to meet. One of the greatest fallouts of rapid urbanization is seen in dilapidated and congested dwellings for the economically weaker segment of the urban population. Both private developers and government schemes which cater to this segment of housing need to ensure digni ed and comfortable living for the urban poor.