SESA operates two waste heat recovery power plants of 30 MW each utilizing the waste heat and flue gases generated from its pig iron and met coke making facilities to generate electricity, used for captive consumption with a portion sold externally. The first Power Plant was set up in 2007 by Videocon Group and later acquired by Sesa in March 2012. Incidentally, the second 30 MW power Plant, was installed and commissioned by Sesa also in 2012, as part of its ambitious Pig iron expansion project. The Power Plant comprises waste heat recovery boilers supplying high pressure steam to Steam turbine coupled to the generator. The surplus power after captive use is sold to Electricity Department, Govt. of Goa, at a most reasonable tariff of Rs. 2.40/- per unit. Since the waste heat recovery technology power generation replaces power from fossil fuel power plants linked to the western grid, the old Power plant (commissioned in 2007) is registered with UNFCCC as a CDM project.