According to the government, the heat transferred from the furnaces of the warehouse is sent to the main power plant.
The heat is used to generate electricity for the plant, which can be used for the manufacturing of consumer goods and household appliances.
However, a company, Bharat Chemicals, has started the manufacturing process of making a heating oil and other industrial products using the heat transfers warehouse.
This process is known as heat transfer from furnaces to the power plant, and the company is hoping to sell these products at wholesale through its website.
The website lists the products in its section of consumer and industrial products and the prices quoted are between Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 10,000 per kg.
The products are available at Bharat and other online retailers.
A spokesperson for Bharat said that the company started manufacturing these products on September 1, 2017.
“We have decided to start this process after conducting the first batch of heat transfer shipments.
The company has been able to manufacture these products under our heat transfer capacity at our factory in Alwar,” he said.
The spokesperson said that they have started the process to produce the products, but they are still awaiting the approval of the State Electricity Regulatory Authority (SERA) to commence production.
The SERA, however, has not yet given any approval.
“It has been almost one year since we started this process, so we are still waiting for the approval from SERA,” he added.
“But we are looking forward to it.”
The spokesperson further said that in the first two months, Bharati Chemicals had completed the manufacturing processes of the products.
“At this stage, we have started our first batch.
We hope that our second batch will start soon,” he explained.