Cogeneration means simultaneous production of two useful forms of the energy (in our case electricity & steam). Bagasse being readily available fuel from the sugar factory operations, Co-generation offers additional revenue stream to the sugar unit and provides much needed de-risking from the cyclicality of the sugar busin
Triveni currently operates 103 MW grid connected co-generation capacity. Its co-generation plants in Deoband and Khatauli (Phase I) are registered as Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects with UNFCCC. Company’s Khatauli, Deoband, Chandanpur & Milak Narayanpur units are also registered as Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) project under CERC's REC program. Bagasse, being a renewable fuel, adds no net carbon dioxide in atmosphere and therefore bagasse based co-generation plants are regarded as environment friendly, green fuel based plants.
The Company pays high level of management focus on the safety of the operating staff, plants & machinery. Greentech safety awards have been won by Khatauli (Greentech Platinum Safety Award) & Deoband (Greentech Silver Safety Award) in 2013.