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Sustainability

The large-scale transition of industries globally, from fossil fuels to thermal renewable fuel (referred to as green), has catalyzed a shift in business priorities. In this transforming landscape, sustainability has emerged as a top priority for industries across the world.

At Triveni Turbine Limited, with our innovative R&D eco-system, we are well positioned to address global sustainability requirements in this emerging energy transition environment through our comprehensive product and service offerings. The Company has also diversified into clean energy solutions by utilising thermal renewable fuels such as Waste Heat, Commercial & Industrial Waste, Municipal Waste & Biomass and Bagasse.

With ~80% of overall order booking coming from thermal renewable fuels, we continue to provide our customers solutions that can effectively reduce their carbon footprint, reinforcing our collective efforts towards a more sustainable future.

Decarbonisation & Sustainability

Decarbonisation and sustainability have emerged as a primary requirement across industries, with energy efficiency as a top investment priority to achieve a lower carbon footprint in view of climate change.

  • Increased focus on energy efficiency is driving cost-saving (both customer CAPEX and OPEX) and the introduction of new technologies, leading to a competitive edge among customers.
  • Our advanced and cost-competitive turbines are driving higher energy efficiencies leading to lower emissions across a wide range of industries

Decarbonisation & Sustainability

  • Developed custom-made solutions like 50 MWe double extraction process turbine, and injection-based heat recovery turbine, to enhance energy efficiency
  • Innovative, energy-efficient low-pressure blade families are enabling turbines to extract low-grade heat efficiently from waste heat, benefiting the cement industry
  • Upgraded path blade and seals to provide better heat rates and energy recovery, enabling the creation of newer and enhanced turbomachinery solutions for the Heat (process) and Power industry

Decarbonisation & Sustainability

  • New energy-efficient, compact backpressure turbines are helping customers operate district heating, chemical process plants, textile industries, paper and pulp industries, waste-to-energy projects, distilleries and sugar plants in a cost-effective and efficient manner
  • Sustainable power generation solutions are also suitable for varied industrial heat and power applications as well as thermal renewable power generation applications like Biomass, Waste-to-Energy (WtE) and Industrial Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) projects
  • Retrofit solutions, including geothermal power turbine renovations, are significantly contributing to enhancing the efficiency of old power plants across all segments

Driving Energy Efficiencies

Innovating & Leading the Energy Transition

  • sCO2 Turbines:

    We are championing energy transition efforts through the development of sCO2-based power blocks. sCO2 technology offers itself as a higher efficiency & compact replacement to steam. Size reduction by a factor of five (5) can be expected with the sCO2 power blocks. In association with a renowned university (IISc), we have built a prototype of the sCO2 power block, the successful validation of which will allow the technology to progress to TRL 9 (TRL – Technology Readiness Level)

  • tCO2 Heat Pump & Cooling Skid

    Current heating & cooling needs invariably rely on refrigerants that have the Global Warming Potential significantly higher than that of CO2. CO2 also offers itself as an environment-friendly & economical alternative to synthetic refrigerants. With these advantages in focus, we have built the tCO2 (Transcritical CO2) Heat Pump & Cooling Skids & successfully commercialized the technology.

  • Innovating for a Self-Sustaining Tomorrow

    At the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), India committed itself to becoming a Net-Zero carbon emitter by 2070 and announced enhanced targets for renewable energy deployment and reduction in carbon emissions. This has emerged as a strong catalyst for increasing the domestic demand for renewable energy.

    Led by our deep domain understanding, we continue to innovate products and solutions designed to meet the needs of customers across the world in the emerging areas of sustainable growth, particularly in the area of renewable energy. Nearly 80% of our business currently comes from non-fossil or renewable energy.

Innovating for a Self-Sustaining Tomorrow

At the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), India committed itself to become a Net-Zero carbon emitter by 2070 and announced enhanced targets for renewable energy deployment and reduction in carbon emissions. This has emerged as a strong catalyst for increasing the domestic demand for renewable energy.

Led by our deep domain understanding, we continue to innovate products and solutions designed to meet the needs of customers across the world in the emerging areas of sustainable growth, particularly in the area of renewable energy. Nearly 80%* of our business currently comes from non-fossil or renewable energy.

Continued Focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Environmental

  • Manufacturing Facilities at both Peenya and Sompura subscribe to the guidelines by The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
  • Peenya facility is certified under IGBC’s Green Factory Building Ratings System as a Platinum rated facility
  • TTL is harnessing solar power and has installed 1,300 kW of solar panels on its factory rooftops, replacing the daytime use of electric power
  • ~350 MWh of electrical power was saved last year through energy conservation efforts

Environmental

  • Consistently reduced environmental impact with growing activity
    • 16% YoY reduction in industrial waste generation
    • 9% YoY reduction in energy consumed per rupee of turnover
    • 27% YoY reduction in water consumed per rupee of turnover
    • 23% YoY reduction in Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions per rupee of turnover
  • Maintaining zero liquid discharge operation to minimise impact of our operations on the environment and the surroundings

Social

Our Company wishes to be perceived as a ‘Company with Conscience’, and to actively and continually contribute to the social and economic development of the communities for the benefit of the deprived, underprivileged and differently-abled persons. The approach is based on merit only, without any regard for religion, caste or creed.

Social

We have identified the following areas for the well-being of the people as a whole:

  • Education &; Women Empowerment
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Healthcare
  • 37% of our supplies are from same or neighbouring districts and 41% sourcing from MSME/small producers, generating local employment and reducing carbon footprint

Governance

Board comprises 10 members which include:

  • 5 Non-Executive Independent Directors including one Women Director
  • 2 Non-Executive Non-Independent Directors and
  • 3 Executive Directors

Governance

Committees of the Board:

  • Audit Committee
  • Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  • Stakeholders Relationship Committee
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
  • Risk Management Committee

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