Cogeneration in the South African Mineral Processing Industry

Cogeneration in the South African Mineral Processing Industry

Amid Mounting Electricity, Energy and Environmental Challenges, Cogen Represents First Step Towards Weaning Smelters Off the Grid

RELEASE DATE
18-May-2016
REGION
Africa
Research Code: 9AAE-00-3D-00-00
SKU: EG01645-AF-MR_18551

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The cogeneration industry in South Africa is still in a nascent stage of development in South Africa. The addressable market is estimated at 1,277 megawatts. Further penetration of the market will be driven by the rising costs of electricity, environmental concerns, and energy securities. Moreover, the changing business model in the mineral processing sector will impact how original equipment manufacturers and engineering companies approach their equipment designs. Engineering companies are starting to design furnaces that incorporate cogeneration systems. This study will focus on mineral processing facilities, as electricity accounts for approximately 30% of operational costs.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

CEO’s Perspective

List of Definitions

Evolution of the Cogeneration Industry

Impact of Electricity Mix and Shortage on Smelters

Mining and Mineral Processing—South African Economy

Market Background

Research Aim and Objectives

Research Scope

Cogen Applications in the 20th Century

Business Models Utilised by Engineering Companies

Business Models Utilised by Engineering Companies (continued)

Cogen Technologies—Bottoming Cycle Process

Cogen Technologies—Bottoming Cycle Process (continued)

Cogen Technologies—Bottoming Cycle Process (continued)

Cogen Technologies—South African Smelter Market

Cogen Technologies—South African Smelter Market (continued)

Industry Structure—Cogen is in Nascent Stage of Development

Mineral Processing Industry—Current and Future Business Models

Market Size—Potential Capacity Of Smelters

Key Trends Influencing Uptake of Cogeneration within Mineral Processing Industry

Challenges Impeding Uptake of Cogeneration within Mineral Processing Industry

Trends and Opportunities—Diversified Business Models for Smelters

Conclusions

Recommendations

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Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

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Implementation Excellence

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The cogeneration industry in South Africa is still in a nascent stage of development in South Africa. The addressable market is estimated at 1,277 megawatts. Further penetration of the market will be driven by the rising costs of electricity, environmental concerns, and energy securities. Moreover, the changing business model in the mineral processing sector will impact how original equipment manufacturers and engineering companies approach their equipment designs. Engineering companies are starting to design furnaces that incorporate cogeneration systems. This study will focus on mineral processing facilities, as electricity accounts for approximately 30% of operational costs.
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Author Xolani Mncedane
Industries Energy
WIP Number 9AAE-00-3D-00-00
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