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SK ecoplant Hits the Gas to Expand Climate Technology Market in Southeast Asia
Strikes deal to supply AI solutions for the optimal operation of incinerators with Cenviro of Malaysia following its expansion in Vietnamese market

15(Wed), Nov, 2023




SK ecoplant said on Sept. 22 the company struck a deal to supply AI solutions for the optimal operation of incinerators with Cenviro, Malaysia’s biggest state-run integrated environment company. A whole view of an incineration facility in Seremban, owned by Cenviro. 


SK ecoplant is accelerating efforts to expand its business in the Southeast Asia, as the company has seen its digital-based climate technology enter Malaysia following its entry into Vietnam.

SK ecoplant said on Sept. 22 the company struck a deal to supply AI solutions for the optimal operation of incinerators with Cenviro, Malaysia’s biggest state-run integrated environment company. 

Cenviro is Malaysia’s sole state-run company that owns and operates waste incineration and burial sites. 

The company is outfitted with all value chains, ranging from collecting and transporting of waste to incineration and burial, as well as reutilization and reuse.

Under the deal, SK ecoplant will supply AI solutions to an incineration facility with a daily capacity of treating 1 million tons of waste in Seremban, Malaysia. 

Cenviro has a daily capacity of treating 2.5 million ton of waste in Malaysia. 

SK ecoplant is to complete the AI solution application of the incinerator by the end of this year. 

The company plans to continue its cooperation with Cenviro, with the goal of expanding the AI solution application to all incinerators owned by the Malaysian company. 

When waste is burned, the inside temperature of an incinerator tends to increase harmful substance emissions, so it is important to maintain a certain temperature level inside the incinerator. 

The AI solution for an incinerator is a system designed to guide the optimal timing of inserting waste so the efficiency of the operation of the incinerator can be maximized. 

The AI solution can be applied without replacing the existing facilities in operation. 

More than 200 data points, such as temperature, pressure and input amounts can be secured via sensors and measurement instruments installed in the incinerator, which has about 70 core data to undergo repeated learning by an AI. 

The AI solution could minimize harmful pollutants being emitted and save maintenance costs of incinerators by preventing malfunctioning of devices. Incinerator sensors can detect abnormal vibration and electric currents in advance. 

SK ecoplant’s survey of data at five incinerators outfitted with the AI solutions saw carbon monoxide emission nosedive an average 49.9 percent. 

It also proved an effect of reducing nitrogen oxide, a major cause of minute dust, by an average of 12.2 percent, and increasing an energy retrieval rate by an average of 3.1 percent. 

Southeast Asia’s concern toward the environment is rising in the wake of its economic growth and industrialization.
 
The Malaysian government announced a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 45 percent by 2030 at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris. Vietnam declared the goal of achieving a net zero by 2050 at COP26 Glasgow Climate Pact in 2021. 

SK ecoplant struck an MOU on the application of AI solutions for incinerators with Vietnam. 

The company is implementing a project to apply an AI solution to incinerators in Bac Ninh, northern Vietnam. 

With its additional market entry to Malaysia, SK ecoplant plans to expand digital-based climate technology business to Southeast Asia.

SK ecoplant President Park Kyung-il said, “SK ecoplant’s aggressive focus on upgrading environmental facilities has led to its market entry to Malaysia following his exploring of Vietnam, and we will continue to expand the overseas environment technology business based on its entry to the Southeast Asian market.” 





SK ecoplant Develops Cooling and Heating System Utilizing SOFCs

SK ecoplant has succeeded in developing a cooling and heating system utilizing the characteristics of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) that operate at high temperatures.

SK ecoplant said on Sept. 21 that the company submitted an application to obtain a patent for high-efficiency integrated absorption heating and cooling system utilizing fuel cell array in cooperation with Samjung Tech. 

Both companies plan to implement a project to apply the technology. Samjung Tech specializes in absorption air conditioners. 

   
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