Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd Signed Cogeneration General Contracting Agreement with the United Arab Emirate Cement Company
Source: Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd
Date: Nov 21, 2016
Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd signed EPC contract with Ras Al Khaimah Cement Corporation for its cogeneration project. Vice present of Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd Mr. Wei Wenhua and chairman of the Board of Ras Al Khaimah Mr. Abdul Rahman Sultan Al Sharhan signed the EPC contract respectively. It was another major order awarded on Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd after the successful operation of cogeneration projects for UCC, FCI, NCC cement company.
Founded in May, 1995 and being able to produce 1 million tons of cement annually, Ras Al Khaimah is an influential enterprise in cement sector in the United Arab Emirate.
Using residual heat from cement producing line (daily capacity 3500 tons)，the project is going to build a waste heat power station with an installed capacity of 5.5 Megawatts. Upon completion of the project, it will generate significant economic and environmental benefits.
The contract signing reflects Ras Al Khaimah’s accreditation on Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd’s continuous experience accumulation in the field of energy saving, especially low temperature cogeneration technology. As a global famous service provider in the field of energy saving by cogeneration, Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd is confident to build Ras Al Khaimah’s cogeneration project into a demonstration project which will lay a solid foundation for win-win of the two parties and Sinoma’s further exploration in Middle East and Africa’s cogeneration market.