Potentials of gas emission reduction (GHG) by the glass sheet industry through energy conservation

Purba, Washington and Yandri, Erkata and Setyobudi, Roy Hendroko and Susanto, Hery and Wahono, Satriyo Krido and Siregar, Kiman and Nugroho, Yogo Adhi and Yaro, Abubakar and Abdullah, Kamaruddin and Jani, Yahya and Faturahman, Danny (2021) Potentials of gas emission reduction (GHG) by the glass sheet industry through energy conservation. E3S Web of Conferences, 226. 00047. ISSN 2555-0403

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    Sheet Glass Industry is one industry that uses 75 % natural gas energy and 25 % electricity. Using the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC-2006 emission calculation method, the average greenhouses gas (GHG) emissions obtained from the calcination process obtained 112 211 t CO2 yr-1 per plant and an average emission factor (EFkl) of 0.18 CO2 t-1 yr-1 of pull. With the technology of converting heat into electrical energy, residual combustion as flue gases has the potential to be used to produce electrical energy. Referring to the analysis and calculation; one of factories has potential to generate 0.8 MW to 3 MW electric energy. It's efficiency of 10 % to 40 % so that it can be calculated as a component of GHG emission reductions whose value is 4.6 t CO2 yr-1 to 18.7 t CO2 yr-1 per plant. With this reduction, each of the GHG emission and emission factors per plant dropped to 93 442 t CO2 yr-1 and 0.16 CO2 t-pull-1.