109/110, First Floor,
195 Nariman Point, Mumbai,
Maharashtra – 400 021, India.
Sustainable Power Generation: At Shri Dutt, sugarcane bagasse is used Once the juice is extracted from the sugarcane, the fibrous material leftover is burnt, called the bagasse is burned to generate power. Electricity is produced from this sugarcane biomass bagasse which has an energy content of about 450 kWh/metric ton, which is similar to wood and about half that of coal.
The bagasse is made to pass through high pressure boilers. The burning of bagasse will convert water present in these tubes into high pressure steam. The steam then flows through controlled tubes towards the turbines which is also useful in sugar making processes. Generators are used to produce electricity that is used for the sugar production process.