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Quippo Energy wins Honda Siel contract

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Quippo Energy Pvt Ltd (QEPL) has won the contract from Honda Siel Cars India Ltd (HSCI). The contract is for 8 MWe power at 11 kV and 4 Tonnes/Hr of steam for a period of 5 years. Quippo Energy will be deploying its future ready Power Pack – 2000, one size fits all, model at HSCI, Greater Noida plant. HSCI has already signed with IGL for supply of gas.
The project includes deployment of 4 Nos. of Natural Gas based Power Packs with each capacity of 2 MWe including 3 Nos. Waste Heat Recovery Boilers (WHRB) of 1.4 TPH each, to meet the plant’s captive Heating and Power needs. Presently, besides 4500 kVA UPPCL grid power, HSCI have 22 MW Captive Power Generation installed capacity to meet its critical and uninterrupted power needs for car manufacturing processes.
Present captive power plant is operated based on High Speed Diesel. HSCI shall install waste heat recovery based cooling system at later date. Decision to go for leased solution that freed HSCI from any risks on assets and environment around gas while using core competence of Quippo in area of CHPC will be seen with great interest by many users.
Quippo’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solution will not only help HSCI to improve business efficacy but also shall help HSCI to reduce its carbon foot prints almost by 12000 CERs per annum. Quippo will be leading this project to get this registered under UNFCCC to earn carbon credits.
“Honda account is strategic for us.
Fact that they placed their trust on us goes to establish beyond any doubts that Quippo’s business model and service delivery are robust. We will work overtime to see that we meet quality and safety standards of Honda while driving reliability.” said Hemant Pincha, MD, QEPL.

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