Power Generation Plant

Power Generation Plant

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Access to reliable and affordable energy: Project has net positive impact on Environment

Nectar produces 18MW electricity through cogeneration which has a net positive impact on both environment and quality of life of the local population. It is a zero discharge & eco friendly facility. This reduces energy bill, has minimum transmission, distribution losses & has no burden on government power generation and ensure 24 hrs uninterrupted power supply for our company.

Improving energy efficiency is a strategic goal at NLL. Not only it has helped NLL to reduce overall manufacturing cost but also has helped to reduce environmental emissions thereby establishing a strong foundation for a corporate green house gas management programme. In order to achieve this dual mission of reducing environmental emissions & cost reducing, NLL started its capative power plant also called as NecLife biomass cogeneration Project.
This agro-based captive power generation plant runs on husk and can be switched over 10 other feed stocks if the need be like coal, wood chips, saw dust and leaf cuttings.

  • Carbon dioxide released during combustion process sink to sequester greenhouse gas with replanting and oxygen.
  • Using biomass helps to cut in waste volumes accumulating in municipal waste stream locations.
  • Combustion does not add to carbon cycle in the unsustainable way.
  • Lower primary energy consumption.
  • Reduced energy bill.
  • Minimum transmission & distribution losses.
  • No burden on govt. power generation.
  • No environmental pollution.

Green Tech

NLL’s EHS (Environment Health & Safety Cell) strictly adheres to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s principles of green chemistry to comply & fulfill inhouse mandatory guidelines which are as Follows:

  • Prevent waste.
  • Design safety products.
  • Implement less hazardous chemical process.
  • Use renewable feedstocks.
  • Employ catalysts instead of stoichiometric reagents.
  • Avoid chemical derivates.
  • Reduce solvent use or use safer solvents and reaction conditions.
  • Improve energy efficiency.
  • Design biodegradability.
  • Analyse in real time to prevent pollution.
  • Minimise accidents.
  • Recover all elements.