Ambuja Cements, part of Adani Cement, wins the National Award for Energy Excellence

· The Roorkee plant of Adani Cement won the National Award for Energy Excellence under the Grinding category, instituted by the National Council for Cement and Building Materials at the 17th NCB National Conference.

· The Company’s paper titled ‘Correlation of Chemistry and Process Parameters on Formation of Alite in Portland Clinker’ was also adjudged as the best paper in the category ‘Productivity Enhancement and Process Optimization’.

Mumbai, 26 December 2022: Ambuja Cements, the cement and building material company of Adani Cement, part of Adani Group wins the National Award for Energy Excellence in Indian Cement Industry, under the Grinding Category for the measures adopted in improving energy efficiency at the Roorkee plant.

The award instituted by the National Council for Cement and Building Materials was given during the 17th NCB National Conference on 9th December 2022 in New Delhi from Shri Som Prakash, Hon’ble Minister of State, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

The Company also presented a paper titled ‘Correlation of Chemistry and Process Parameters on Formation of Alite in Portland Clinker’ at the Conference which was adjudged as the best paper in the category ‘Productivity Enhancement and Process Optimization’.

Mr. Ajay Kapur, CEO, Cement Business, said “We are happy to be acknowledged and felicitated for our efforts towards energy excellence. We will continue to focus on resource conservation, utilising green and clean energy sources and driving energy efficiency in all our plants. We are glad to play our role in strengthening the nation’s net zero ambitions while contributing to the concerted global efforts to create a sustainable future.”

Adani Cement consistently aims at being sustainable with high focus on energy efficiency across all its operations. The Company continues to reduce the carbon footprint by reducing thermal and electrical energy intensity. We are also implementing Waste Heat Recovery Systems at the plants and increasing the use of renewable energy at all our plants. We are also enhancing our renewable energy capacity soon.

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