The Hub de Innovación Minera del Perú is looking for solutions (equipment, tools, sensors, devices, etc.) that measure in real time, accurately and reliably, the GHG emissions (greenhouse gases) produced in chimneys that refine tin.
Do you think you have a solution aligned to the search? If your answer is affirmative, we ask you to read the following valuable information:
Problem: Greenhouse gases, known as GHG, are those gases that accumulate in the earth’s atmosphere and are capable of absorbing the sun’s infrared radiation, increasing and retaining heat in the atmosphere, contributing to the greenhouse effect and global warming. . One of our mining partners, together with 28 other most sustainable mining companies in the world, met at the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) and made public their commitment to net zero emissions by 2050 during the last United Nations Conference on the Climate Change 2021–COP26. In this sense, within scope 1, measurement is being addressed in different areas of emission.
Current situation: The applicant annually carries out an ICMM-aligned audit that allows them to measure GHGs, take action and propose initiatives that contribute to the continuous reduction of GHG emissions. In the case of the refinery for which the solution is sought, the refinement has the following characteristics:
- Continuous emission (24/7) of CO2, N2O, CH4, among other gases.
- High temperatures in the chimney: 1200 °C to 1800 °C
We value proposals that meet the following characteristics:
- That includes measurement of indicators aligned to the ICMM (translation to %CO2 equivalent).
- To ensure provision and service/care at the local level.
- That it has been validated under similar conditions.
- Have experience in the mining sector.
- Maturity of the solution: Pilot or proof of concept to be validated or marketable solution.
Apply here until November 28!