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Volume 226, 2021The 1st International Conference on Bioenergy and Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture Technology (ICoN BEAT 2019)
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|Published online||05 January 2021|
Potentials of Gas Emission Reduction (GHG) by the Glass Sheet Industry through Energy Conservation
1 Graduated School of Renewable Energy, Darma Persada University, Jl. Taman Malaka Selatan No.22, Pd. Kelapa, Duren Sawit, Jakarta 13450, Indonesia
2 JAP-Energia, Graha Mampang, Lt. 3, Suite 305, Jl. Mampang Prapatan Raya Kav. 100, Jakarta 12760, Indonesia
3 Center of Renewable Energy, Darma Persada University
4 Department of Agriculture Science, Postgraduate Program, University of Muhammadiyah Malang, Jl. Raya Tlogomas No. 246, Malang, 65145, East Java, Indonesia
5 Research Division for Natural Product Technology – Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Jl. Jogja - Wonosari, km 31.5, Gunung Kidul, Special Region Yogyakarta 55861, Indonesia
6 Department of Agricultural Engineering of Syah Kuala University, Jl.Tgk. Hasan Krueng Kalee No.3, Kopelma Darussalam, Banda Aceh 23111, Indonesia
7 Indonesian Life Cycle Assessment Network (ILCAN), Kawasan Puspitek Serpong, Tangerang, Banten 15314, Indonesia
8 Data Processing, Rumah Paper – Editage Services, Jl. Tokala No.1, Malang 65146, East Java, Indonesia
9 Institute of Health Sciences & Research, AHRO Scientific Publishing, 272 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JR, Scotland, UK
10 Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS), University of Strathclyde, SPBBS, 161 Cathedral St, Glasgow G4 0RE, Scotland, UK
11 Department of Built Environment and Energy Technology, Faculty of Technology, Linnaeus University, Lückligs plats 1 (Hus M), 351 95 Växjö, Sweden
12 Departement Marine Engineering, Faculty of Ocean Technology, Darma Persada University
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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.
Key words: Emission factor / energy efficiency / flue gas / greenhouse gas / global
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