FLSmidth & Dalmia Cement signs MoU for R&D of cement production
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FLSmidth & Dalmia Cement signs MoU for R&D of cement production

FLSmidth & Co A/S, a major supplier of engineering, equipment, and service solutions to the global mining and cement industries, and Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd, a leading India-based cement major and a subsidiary of Dalmia Bharat Limited, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the research and development of disruptive solutions for next-generation cement manufacturing.

The MoU is a cornerstone exchange of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-nation European visit, focused on boosting ties in trade, energy, and green technology.

It was signed under the Green Strategic Partnership initiatives of Denmark and India, which cover all aspects of energy and climate change.

It would now be able to build up industrial demonstration projects under the Green Strategic Partnership for innovative and developing decarbonisation technologies, with the approval of both Prime Ministers and the Danish government.

According to the MoU, the two companies will collaborate on a wide range of emphasis areas, including developing new ideas and innovative solutions to replace conventional energy with renewable resources using chemical composition analysis and combustion process advances.

The firms will also look for ways to reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants to achieve the long-term objective of zero emissions by combining primary mitigation and filtering techniques.

Both parties agree to contribute ideas and R&D to a large-scale cement manufacturing plant where breakthrough sustainability solutions for the cement and construction industries may be created.

Joint research initiatives can be carried out while maintaining mutual respect's research ideas, copyrights, patents, and resources. Both companies may patent successful research discoveries, ensuring that advantages are distributed in conformity with international norms and Indian and international regulations.

The MoU's broad scope would have a substantial influence on critical fields such as fossil fuel substitution with industrial wastes, carbon capture and utilisation in cement plants, and low carbon GHG cement.

Mr Carsten Riisberg Lund, FLSmidth's Cement Industry President, told the media that the cement industry's green transformation is at the core of what they do and excited to collaborate with Dalmia Cement to achieve shared goals.

He said they are assisting clients in the mining and cement sectors in their efforts to achieve zero emissions by 2030 through the MissionZero project.

FLSmidth's president said that signing this agreement signals the start of a partnership to speed the research and implementation of solutions needed to decarbonise the cement and concrete industry, using their respective industry leadership positions.

According to both DalmiaCement and FLSmidth, while there have been several impressive improvements in areas such as grinding, transportation, emissions control, quality control, automation, and so on over the past century or so, the most significant innovation was the change of the pyro process from wet to dry process. The majority of technical advancements in the last 50 years have been focused on achieving maximum performance and productivity.

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FLSmidth & Co A/S, a major supplier of engineering, equipment, and service solutions to the global mining and cement industries, and Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd, a leading India-based cement major and a subsidiary of Dalmia Bharat Limited, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the research and development of disruptive solutions for next-generation cement manufacturing. The MoU is a cornerstone exchange of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-nation European visit, focused on boosting ties in trade, energy, and green technology. It was signed under the Green Strategic Partnership initiatives of Denmark and India, which cover all aspects of energy and climate change. It would now be able to build up industrial demonstration projects under the Green Strategic Partnership for innovative and developing decarbonisation technologies, with the approval of both Prime Ministers and the Danish government. According to the MoU, the two companies will collaborate on a wide range of emphasis areas, including developing new ideas and innovative solutions to replace conventional energy with renewable resources using chemical composition analysis and combustion process advances. The firms will also look for ways to reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants to achieve the long-term objective of zero emissions by combining primary mitigation and filtering techniques. Both parties agree to contribute ideas and R&D to a large-scale cement manufacturing plant where breakthrough sustainability solutions for the cement and construction industries may be created. Joint research initiatives can be carried out while maintaining mutual respect's research ideas, copyrights, patents, and resources. Both companies may patent successful research discoveries, ensuring that advantages are distributed in conformity with international norms and Indian and international regulations. The MoU's broad scope would have a substantial influence on critical fields such as fossil fuel substitution with industrial wastes, carbon capture and utilisation in cement plants, and low carbon GHG cement. Mr Carsten Riisberg Lund, FLSmidth's Cement Industry President, told the media that the cement industry's green transformation is at the core of what they do and excited to collaborate with Dalmia Cement to achieve shared goals. He said they are assisting clients in the mining and cement sectors in their efforts to achieve zero emissions by 2030 through the MissionZero project. FLSmidth's president said that signing this agreement signals the start of a partnership to speed the research and implementation of solutions needed to decarbonise the cement and concrete industry, using their respective industry leadership positions. According to both DalmiaCement and FLSmidth, while there have been several impressive improvements in areas such as grinding, transportation, emissions control, quality control, automation, and so on over the past century or so, the most significant innovation was the change of the pyro process from wet to dry process. The majority of technical advancements in the last 50 years have been focused on achieving maximum performance and productivity. Image SourceAlso read: India & Germany signs pact for Indo-German Green Hydrogen Task Force

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