EMC And Waste Heat

Arctic Green Energy Corporation holds an “Energy Service Company” license through its China JV, Sinopec Green Energy Geothermal. The license guarantees Arctic Green the rights to advance projects through the so called Energy Management Contract (EMC) scheme within China – a national policy mechanism that aims to employ market forces to foster the usage of energy-conservation and energy-efficiency services. Executing EMC contracts with customers in China through our China JV, we provide our customers with services ranging from energy audits and assessment, project design, financing, engineering, construction, equipment installation and maintenance. By utilizing our in house technological know-how and expertise, companies seeking more energy efficiency and lower operational costs can greatly reduce their capital- and technological risk in their energy optimization implementation.
Arctic Green Energy Waste Heat and EMC Projects

1. Zhongtie Ershi Ju – District Heating System Energy Efficiency Modification Project
Arctic Green Energy’s first EMC project in China. A traditional coal fired district heating system was re-designed, modified and optimized into a state of the art geothermal district heating network.
Year Built: 2012
Installed capacity: 140.000 m2 (heating)
Environmental Benefits: 2.260 tons of CO2 emissions saved annually
Financial Benefits: Estimated CNY 2.34 million saved in operational cost annually

2. Additives Plant Waste Heat Project
The project utilizes thermal energy from the factory’s manufacturing process by heating up a secondary hydraulic district heating circulation system through plate heat exchangers.
Year Built: 2012
Installed capacity: 500.000 m2 (heating)
Environmental Benefits: 17.000 tons of CO2 emissions saved annually
Financial Benefits: Estimated CNY 7.2 million saved in operational cost annually

3. Sinopec Zhenhai Refinery Energy Efficiency Modification Project
Arctic Green Energy’s China JV designed and installed energy efficiency solutions for two main components of the refinery’s manufacturing process: (1) CFB boiler secondary fan motor modification and (2) designing and installation of gas-recycling equipment for the refinery’s oxygen extractors.
Year Built: 2014
Environmental Benefits: 6.400 tons of CO2 emissions saved annually
Financial Benefits: Estimated CNY 2.25 million saved in operational cost annually

4. Dongguang Waste Heat District Heating Project
Arctic Green Energy’s largest waste heat project to date. The project utilizes thermal energy from a Chemical plant’s factory’s manufacturing process coupled with heat pumps to heat up a secondary hydraulic district heating circulation system through plate heat exchangers.
Year Built: 2014
Installed capacity: 2.000.000 m2 (heating)
Environmental Benefits: 80.000 tons of CO2 emissions saved annually
Financial Benefits: Estimated CNY 45.7 million saved in operational cost annually