SCKE was Invited to Participate in the Joint Credit Mechanism Seminar 2019
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On September 12, 2019, the Joint Credit Mechanism (JCM) Seminar 2019 jointly organized by the Ministry of Environment of Japan, the Global Environment Center Facility, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand and the Greenhouse Gas Management Organization of Thailand was grandly held in Bangkok, Thailand. Representatives of multinational companies from Japan, Thailand, Southeast Asia, etc. attended the meeting. Shanghai Conch Kawasaki Engineering Co., Ltd. (SCKE), a subsidiary of Conch Venture, was also invited to attend the seminar.
The seminar mainly focused on the general situation and progress of JCM, the experience sharing of successful project implementation, and promoting the development and expansion of future project areas. At the meeting, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand and the Greenhouse Gas Management Organization of Thailand introduced the development of JCM in Thailand. Several companies explained the implementation of JCM projects in different fields. Among them, the 12MW Waste Heat Recovery Project of Siam City Cement Company (SCCC) in Thailand, which was undertaken by SCKE and successfully completed in September 2017, was taken as a key project. The JCM application, implementation processes, and benefits brought by JCM were introduced in detail.
During the meeting, SCKE, as the contractor for the successful implementation of the JCM project, had in-depth communication with other participants. Through this meeting, the company's popularity in the field of cement waste heat recovery was improved. A good platform was provided for future project development.
The Joint Credit Mechanism (JCM) was proposed by the Japanese government in 2013 to effectively deal with climate change and achieve low-carbon growth all over the world. So far, 17 governments have signed bilateral cooperation agreements with the Japanese government. 139 projects have been successfully implemented. SCKE has undertaken two cement waste heat recovery projects.