For proper utilisation and conservation of energy in the flue gas of the DR Plant, OSIL conceived and executed a 10 MW Waste Heat Power Plant with in-house engineering and execution resources by the Project and Engineering Division.

OSIL executed the complete project based on actual field studies on reactor flue gas and site conditions, sizing all major equipment to optimum rating, designing the complete system with inputs from major equipment suppliers, procurement of plant and equipment from indigenous and foreign sources, integrating and interfacing them with the existing facilities. The plant was erected and commissioned by OSIL in July 2001 and it has been operating successfully. A AFBC Boiler of 30 T/hr steam capability has been added later to produce 12.0 MW by utilizing the same TG.

OSIL’s 10 MW CPP is a registered CDM Project by UNFCCC.