We All Can Do
The strategy developed to make power available to all by 2012 includes promotion of energy efficiency and its conservation in the country, which is found to be the least cost option to augment the gap between demand and supply. Nearly 25,000 MW of capacity creation through energy efficiency in the electricity sector alone has been estimated in India. Energy conservation potential for the economy as a whole has been assessed as 23% with maximum potential in industrial and agricultural sectors.
Energy Conservation Day function
ENERGY CONSERVATION ACT Energy Conservation Act, 2001
Considering the vast potential of energy savings and benefits of energy efficiency, the Government of India enacted the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 (52 of 2001). The Act provides for the legal framework, institutional arrangement and a regulatory mechanism at the Central and State level to embark upon energy efficiency drive in the country.
Indian Industry Programme for Energy Conservation (IIPEC) Under IIPEC the Task Groups for Textile, Cement, Pulp & Paper, Fertilizer, Chlor-Alkali, and Aluminium have been formed and the first meetings of these groups have taken place at Chhindhwada (M.P.), Beawar (Rajasthan), Ballarpur (Maharashtra), Mumbai (Maharashtra) and Hirakud (Orissa) respectively. Each Task Force is being headed by stakeholders and BEE is actively involved in organising the programmes. The Members from the industry participate in this project for sharing Best Practices, declaring their voluntary targets and benchmarking, etc. The voluntary targets undertaken by the Members from Cement and Pulp & Paper sector will alone result in saving of Rs.175 crores and Rs.51 crores respectively by 2005-06.
SHORT TERM MEASURES
Bureau of Energy Efficiency operationalized Complete pilot phase of programme for energy efficiency in government buildings and prepare action plan for wider dissemination and implementation.
2. Energy audit of government buildings
Energy Audit completed for nine govt. buildings.
Legal Performance contract agreement, payment security mechanism, bids selection and evaluation criteria provided to all building owners for implementation.
Five Building owners have floated tenders.
Monitoring **and verification of energy savings from March 2005.
3. Capacity building amongst departments to take up energy efficiency programmes
BEE to train core group members to implement energy efficiency in buildings.
LONG TERM MEASURES
Potential of 23,700 MW assessed by end of XIth Plan
The Thrust Areas :
1. Industry specific Task Forces.
2. Notifying more industries as designated consumers.
3. Conduct of energy audit amongst notified designated consumers.
4. Recording and publication of best practises (sectorwise).
5. Development of energy consumption norms.
6. Monitoring of compliance with mandated provision by designated consumers.
STANDARDS AND LABELLING PROGRAMME
Standards and labelling (S&L) programme has been identified as one of the key activities for energy efficiency improvements. The S&L program when in place would ensure that only energy efficient equipment and appliance would be made available to the consumers. Initially the equipment to be covered under S&L program are household refrigerators, air-conditioners, water heater, electric motors, agriculture pump sets, electric lamps &fixtures, industrial fans & blowers and air-compressors. Preliminary discussions have already taken place with manufacturers of refrigerators, air conditioners, agricultural pump sets, motors, etc., regarding procedure to fix labels and setting standards for minimum energy consumption.
DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT
The Demand Side Management and increased electricity end use efficiency can together mitigate power shortages to a certain extent and drastically reduce capital needs for power capacity expansion. The Bureau will be assisting 5 electric utilities to set up DSM Cell and will also assist in capacity building of DSM Cell staff. The preparation of investment grade feasibility reports on agricultural DSM, municipal water pumping and domestic lighting in each of the 5 states will also be undertaken by the Bureau under DSM programme.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGS AND ESTABLISHMENTS
Energy audit studies conducted in several office buildings, hotels and hospitals indicate energy saving potential of 20-30%. The potential is largely untapped, partly due to lack of an effective delivery mechanism for energy efficiency. Government buildings by themselves, constitute a very large target market. The Government of India is committed to set an example by implementing the provisions of the EC Act in all its establishments as a first initiative. To begin with, the Bureau has begun conduct of energy audit in the Rashtrapathi Bhawan, Parliament House, South Block, North Block, Shram Shakti Bhawan, AIIMS, Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi Airport, Sanchar Bhawan, and RailBhawan. Energy audit in the Rashtrapati Bhawan PMO, S S Bhawan, Sanchar Bhawan & Rail Bhawan has been completed
ENERGY CONSERVATION BUILDING CODES
The new buildings are required to be designed and built with energy efficiency consideration right from the initial stages itself. The development of energy conservation building codes is necessary for this purpose. The codes would be applicable to commercial buildings constructed after the relevant rules are notified under the Energy Conservation Act. The Bureau would constitute Committee of Experts for preparation of Energy Conservation Building Codes for different climatic zones.
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION AND ACCREDITATION
Designated Consumer. Under the EC Act, 2001 is required to appoint or designate energy manager with prescribed qualifications and also to get energy audit done from accredited energy auditor. It has been decided that prescribed qualification for energy manager will be the passing of certification examination to be arranged by the Bureau. Also, regular accreditation is proposed to be given to energy audit firms having a pool of certified energy auditors. The syllabus and other preparatory activities for conducting the examination have been finalized and the first National Level Certification Examination is scheduled to be conducted in August 2003.
MANUAL AND CODES
In order to standardize the energy performance test procedures and adopt uniform codes while performing energy audit in the designated consumer premises, the Bureau has undertaken this activity. Initially twenty energy intensive equipments have been identified for development of performance test codes which will be developed and reviewed by experts, validated by field tests and pilot tested by training energy manager and energy auditors in these codes.
SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAMME
Considering the need to make next generation more aware regarding efficient use of energy resources, it is necessary to introduce children during their school education. In this regard, a Steering Group comprising members from NCERT, CBSE, School Principals and Teachers has been constituted, which is assisting in preparing a detailed project covering review of the existing curriculum, training of teachers and sensitisation of school principals, undertaking practice oriented programme and launching of awareness campaign.
DELIVERY MECHANISMS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES
Although the benefits of energy efficiency are well known and recognised, investments in energy efficiency have not taken place due to variety of barriers faced by energy users, such as risk averseness and lack of motivation for making energy efficiency investments, and low credibility of energy auditors and their services, lack of confidence in the ability of energy efficiency equipment to deliver energy savings as expected, etc. An innovative way of overcoming such barriers is the approach of using performance contracting through energy service companies (ESCOs). The Bureau would be conducting investment grade audits in industries, which are proposed to be implemented on the performance contract basis by ESCOs.
INDO-GERMAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECT(PHASE-II)
The Phase-I of the Indo-German Energy EfficiencyProject has been successfully completed by theerstwhile Bureau of Energy Efficiency(BEE) in June 2000.Activities in the Phase-II of the Project have alreadybegun and the project would be supporting thethrust areas of the Bureau as mentioned above.
ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD 2002
To give national recognition through awards to industrial units for the efforts undertaken by them to reduce energy consumption in their respective units, the Ministry of Power launched the National Energy Conservation Awards in 1991. BEE provides technical and administrative support for the Awards Scheme. In the Awards Scheme 2002,for Large and Medium Scale Industry, applications were invited from 17 Industrial Sub-Sectors i.e., automobile, aluminium, cement, chemicals, ceramics, chlor-alkali, edible oil/vanaspati, fertilizers, glass, integrated steel, mini-steel, paper& pulp, petrochemicals, refractories, refineries, sugar and textile plants. The automobile sector has been included for the first time in the Awards. 2002. The response from the industries to the year 2002 scheme has been encouraging. In total, one hundred seventy four (174) industrial units belonging to the above sub-sectors responded, which is a record for the Award Scheme since its inception.
The award scheme has motivated the participating units to undertake serious efforts in saving energy and environment. The data pertaining to 174industrial units indicated that in 2001-2002, these units have been able to save collectively 641million kwh of electrical energy which is equivalent to the energy generated from a 122MW thermal power station at a PLF of 60%.Besides the above electrical energy savings, the participating units have also saved 1.7 lakh kilolitres of furnace oil, 7.4 lakh metric tonnes of coal and 3588 lakh cubic meters of gas per year.In the monetary terms these units have been able to save Rs.594 crores per year and the investment of Rs.691 crores was recovered in 14 months time period. This year, the Awards were given by the Hon.ble Vice President of India.
SUPPLY SIDE ENERGY CONSERVATION
A number of Pilot Projects/Demonstration Projects have been taken up for load management and energy conservation through reduction of T & D losses in the System. The schemes under implementation during the year 2002-2003 include:-
Two pilot projects for energy audit study, one in the distribution network of West Bengal State Electricity Board (WBSEB) sanctioned in 1994-95 with the Ministry of Power's contribution of Rs.181.03 lakhs and the other in the distribution network of Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) sanctioned in the 1994-95 with the Ministry of Power's contribution ofRs.114.62 lakhs, have been completed successfully by WBSEB and KSEB through REC, during the current financial year 2002 . 2003.
A pilot project for installation of 2414 LTS witched Capacitors was sanctioned in 1993-94 with the Ministry of Power’s contribution of Rs.199.32 lakhs. The installation of 2370LT Switched Capacitors (with minor reduced scope of work) has been completed in 2002-2003 in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, through Rural Electrification Corporation (REC).
A pilot project of installation of 3000Amorphous Core Transformers in the distribution network of various State Electricity Boards, sanctioned in the 1993-94 with the Ministry of Power’s of contribution ofRs.300.00 lakhs through REC has been completed successfully in 2002-2003 with some minor reduced scope of work.
Three pilot projects on Remote Controlled Load Management in the distribution network of RRVPNL (sanctioned in 1996-97 with the Ministry of Power’s contribution of Rs.297.50lakhs and revised to Rs.252.00 lakhs in March, (2000), PSEB (sanctioned in 1995-96 with the Ministry of Power's contribution of Rs.443.88lakhs) and HVPNL (sanctioned in 1997-98 with the Ministry of Power's contribution of Rs.237.22lakhs) were under implementation through REC. The projects of RRVPNL and HVPNL have been completed successfully during the 2001-2002while implementation work of remote controlled load management in respect of the 132 KV sub-station at Hoshiapur has been completed by PSEB in 2002-03.
An Energy-cum-System Improvement Project, involving installation of Amorphous Core Transformers and LT Capacitors in the distribution network serviced by the Cooperative Electric Supply Society, Sircilla (Andhra Pradesh), sanctioned in 1995-96 with the Ministry of Power's contribution of Rs.508.00lakhs, is under implementation through REC and is likely to be completed shortly.
Two pilot projects, one of the introduction of 500Electronic Meters with Time of the Day (TOD) facility, sanctioned in 1996-97 with the Ministry of Power's contribution of Rs.88.00 lakhs and the other for Energy Conservation and Demand Side Management by energy efficient lighting in WBSEB.s HQs at Kolkata sanctioned in 1998-99with the Ministry of Power's contribution ofRs.5.55 lakhs have been completed successfully during the year 2002-2003.
There has been a lot of talk in the news lately about green houses and how we need to conserve energy. These houses are great ideas, in theory. But in actuality, how many people really can afford to go to such lengths when it comes to conserving energy? Most people do not have the means to start an adventure like these nor do they have they ability to find the people to help them to create such elaborate homes.
Yet, there are simple measures that common people like you and I can do on a daily basis that can help conserve energy. If we do all try to do some of these steps each and every day, it would add up at the end of the year. We all probably would be surprised by the amount of energy we saved. This is good for our environment and the future of our environment for our children and possibly grandchildren.
Here are some simple steps that we all could try to start taking today.
1. Check your filters on your heating systems monthly. Remove, clean or change when needed.
2. Make sure your walls on fully insulated. This cuts down on the amount of energy your home needs to keep it warm and cool.
3. Check your storm windows for holes and tightness. Storm windows can reduce heating costs about 15%.
4. Looks for cracks in your walls, around your windows and doors. Seal them with weather-stripping or caulking. Even the smallest hole will loose a great amount of energy over time.
5. Open your curtains and allow the sun to filter inside your home. The sun can actually warm your house. At night, especially, when it is cold close your curtains to keep in your heat. Use insulated curtains.
6. Only cool and heat rooms that actually need it.
7. Lower your temperature levels a degree or two in the winter and make it a degree or two higher in the summer. You may not notice that small amount of difference, but your electric bill will.
8. In the middle of the summer, try to do most of your laudry in the early morning or evening. The humidity is lower and it is easier on your air conditioners.
9. Clean the back of your refrigerator where the coils are once in a while. Use a brush to remove the dust. Be sure to unplug your refrigerator while doing this.
10. Keep your refrigerator away from heated appliances such as dishwashers and heating ducts. If the refrigerator is near heat forces it will cause the refrigerator to work harder and thus run longer.
11. The more you have in your freezer, the less energy it needs to run. Just be sure not to block the freezer fan.
12. Save energy by washing your clothes in warm water instead of hot. You can also save energy by rinsing your clothes in the cold cycle. You can even wash many clothes in cold water today, by buying special detergents made for cold water.
13. Try to use the washer only when you have full loads.
14. Clean the filter on your dryer each and every time you use your dryer.
15. Repair any leaky faucets.
16. Don't always use your dishwasher. Wash your dishes by hand sometimes, especially if you don't have very many dishes to wash.
17. Turn lights off when not in use.
18. Don't leave lights on outside all night long. Put up motioned sensor lights instead.
19. Use your microwave more than you do your electric stove. A microwave will cook the food faster, thus saving energy in the long run.
20. Don't continually peek into the oven while you are using it. Each time you open the door you are losing about 25 degrees of temperatures.
If we all follow these tips on a regular basis, over time they will add up and save a huge amount of energy.
Energy Conservation Tips
Energy is the second largest line item in most school budgets, second only to salaries. More money is spent on energy than on computers and books combined.
For every degree below 78 you set your thermostat during the summer, your cooling costs may increase by 9 percent (imagine what this means for an organization as large as Pasadena ISD).
Close window coverings (blinds and drapes) during the day, especially on the east and west sides of a building.
Blocking the sunlight from entering reduces heat gain. Sunlight can increase the demand on the air conditioner by as much as 30 percent.
Turn blinds up instead of down.
White blinds can reduce solar heat gain through windows by up to 50 percent.
To make it easier to “shut down” your computer equipment each day, try plugging the computer, printer, scanner, etc. into a surge protector/power strip. Then at the end of the day, after you shut down the computer, simply turn the power strip off and that will take
care of everything else that is plugged into it.
If the computers and their monitors were left on 24-hours-a-day in this district, it would cost approximately $168,900 per month in utility costs. If they are shut down daily, the cost drops to $37,050 or a savings of $131,850 per month in utility costs.
The number of portable classrooms in the district is approximately the equivalent of two intermediate campuses. This equates to about $30,000-$40,000 per month in electricity costs.
If one-half of the 274,000 teachers in Texas turned out the lights everyday on their way to lunch, it would save $3.4 million each year.
One of the strongest conservations tips for today's technology is simply this: When you're not using it, turn it off. Even if the equipment is only off for brief periods,
such as during lunches, meetings, or breaks, you'll see a reduction in energy costs.
Save Electricity By Using Some Steps
1 Switch off lights and fans when not required.
2 Replace bulbs with tube lights & CFL(Compact Flourescent Lamps).
3 Utilise natural light by using electronic chokes & regulators.
4 Optimise use of lights in malls, multiplexes & hotels.
5 Turn off the lights when not in use.
6 Take advantage of daylight by using light-coloured, loose-weave curtains on your windows to allow daylight to penetrate the room. Also, decorate with lighter colours that reflect daylight.
7 De-dust lighting fixtures to maintain illumination.
Use task lighting; instead of brightly lighting an entire room, focus the light where you need it.
8 Compact fluorescent bulbs are four times more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs and provide the same lighting.
9 Use electronic chokes in place of conventional copper chokes.
1 Select iron boxes with automatic temperature cutoff.
2 Use appropriate regulator position for ironing.
3 Do not put more water on clothes while ironing.
4 Do not iron wet clothes.
1 Replace conventional regulators with electronic regulators for ceiling fans.
2 Install exhaust fans at a higher elevation than ceiling fans.
1 Do not open door frequently.
2 Set thermostat in medium cooling position.
3 Keep adequate space from wall.
4 Do not overload the refrigerator.
5 Defrost your refrigerator regularly.
6 Regularly defrost manual-defrost refrigerators and freezers; frost buildup increases the amount of energy needed to keep the motor running.
7 Leave enough space between your refrigerator and the walls so that air can easily circulate around the refrigerator.
8 Don't keep your refrigerator or freezer too cold.
9 Make sure your refrigerator door seals are airtight.
10 Cover liquids and wrap foods stored in the refrigerator. Uncovered foods release moisture and make the compressor work harder.
11 Do not open the doors of the refrigerators frequently.
12 Don't leave the fridge door open for longer than necessary, as cold air will escape.
13 Use smaller cabinets for storing frequently used items.
14 Avoid putting hot or warm food straight into the fridge.
1 Use after 10 PM or before 10 AM.
2 Run washing machine only with full load.
3 Use the shortest cycle time.
4 Always wash only with full loads.
5 Use optimal quantity of water.
6 Use timer facility to save energy.
7 Use the correct amount of detergent.
8 Use hot water only for very dirty clothes.
9 Always use cold water in the rinse cycle.
10 Prefer natural drying over electric dryers.
1 Use before 10 AM.
2 Switch off when not required.
3 Reduce thermostat setting from 60º to 50º C.
4 Use Solar Water Heater - a good replacement for a electric water heater.
1 Avoid dry grinding in your food processors ( mixers and grinders) as it takes longer time than liquid grinding.
1 Consumes 50 % less energy than conventional electric / gas stoves.
2 Do not bake large food items.
3 Unless you're baking breads or pastries, you may not even need to preheat.
4 Don't open the oven door too often to check food condition as each opening leads to a temperature drop of 25º C.
1 Turn off electric stoves several minutes before the specified cooking time.
2 Use flat-bottomed pans that make full contact with the cooking coil.
1 When cooking on a gas burner, use moderate flame settings to conserve LPG.
2 Remember that a blue flame means your gas stove is operating efficiently.
3 Yellowish flame is an indicator that the burner needs cleaning.
4 Use pressure cookers as much as possible.
5 Use lids to cover the pans while cooking.
6 Bring items taken out of refrigerators (like vegetable, milk etc.) to room temperature before placing on the gas stove for heating.
1 Ensure proper sealing of doors and windows.
2 Set thermostat at 24º C for optimum cooling.
3 Clean AC filter every month.
4 Use film / tinted glass on windows.
5 Prefer air conditioners having automatic temperature cut off.
6 Keep regulators at "low cool" position.
7 Operate the ceiling fan in conjunction with your window air conditioner to spread the cooled air more effectively throughout the room and operate the air conditioner at higher temperature.
8 Seal the doors and windows properly.
9 Leave enough space between your air conditioner and the walls to allow better air circulation.
10 A roof garden can reduce the load on Air Conditioner.
11 Use windows with sun films / curtains.
12 Set your thermostat as high as comfortably possible in the summer. The less difference between the indoor and outdoor temperatures, the lower will be energy consumption.
13 Don't set your thermostat at a colder setting than normal when you turn on your air conditioner. It will not cool your home any faster and could result in excessive cooling.
14 Don't place lamps or TV sets near your air-conditioning thermostat. The thermostat senses heat from these appliances, which can cause the air conditioner to run longer than necessary.
15 Plant trees or shrubs to shade air-conditioning units but not to block the airflow. A unit operating in the shade uses as much as 10% less electricity than the same one operating in the sun
Energy Conservation Tips
1 Change your conventional light bulb//s to compact fluorescent lights (CFLs). CFL consumes one-third of the power than regular bulbs. 10000 MW of power would be saved if CFLs were used to lighting homes in India.
2 Always keep ACs at 24oC, the optimum temperature to keep cool.
3 Switch off appliances from the plug point when not in use.
4 Banish the computer monitor’s “screensaver” and “sleep” modes rather switch off the monitor when not in use.
5 Choose personal lighting of lower wattage instead of common lighting of higher wattage.
6 Don’t unnecessarily use artificial light. Use natural light when you can.
7 Use electricity effectively from 10AM to 8PM.
8 Switch off AC, lights and fans when leaving a room.
9 Use stairs instead of lift, when you have to walk up one floor or walk down three.
10 Last and most important, always insist on buying BEE certified efficient star rated electrical appliances.
Different energy conservation ideas can help you to save and preserve energy
The energy conservation industry offers many tips to help you find ways to conserve energy
There are many energy conservation techniques that can help make the world a better place
1. One of the best energy conservation ideas being discussed is a carbon tax, even though many businesses are against this. When carbon and pollution occur, they affect everyone in the world. If it was more expensive to use harmful fossil fuel sources and pollute then businesses would switch to alternative energy sources that cost less. A carbon tax would be a big step towards an end to dependence on oil and other fossil fuels.
2. One of the most effective energy conservation techniques is to use local products and services whenever possible. Transportation is a major contributor to pollution and environmental harm. Buying locally minimizes the distance that your products must be shipped, so less fuel is used and less environmental damage is done. This will conserve a significant amount of energy and help lower costs as well, because there are fewer shipping charges.
3. The energy conservation industry offers tips on how to conserve energy, and one of these is to eliminate the sale and use of incandescent light bulbs. If you switch your bulbs to the fluorescent variety, for every bulb you change you will save approximately one hundred pounds of coal and conserve quite a bit of energy. Many countries have either already banned this type of bulb or they have guidelines in place to ban them by a specific date.
4. Build close communities where choosing transportation methods other than a personal vehicle is an option. There are some communities which are planned and developed to be green and eco-friendly. These places have plenty of public transportation, and they are friendly to bikers and walkers as well. Things like bike paths, sidewalks, and businesses placed conveniently can all help cut down and even eliminate streets packed full of cars and trucks all polluting the air and the earth.
5. Plant things. This may seem too simple to address the problem, but planting trees, shrubs, flowers, and other plants is one of the best energy conservation ideas discussed. Trees and plants act as a natural air filter, cleaning carbon out of the air and sequestering it in the ground and plants. This can help slow down global warming and make the air and earth better for everyone. The wood from mature trees can be used as a source of energy, and as long as the trees are frequently replaced this energy source is renewable and eco-friendly.
6. Energy conservation ideas include creating subsidies from the governments around the world for renewable alternative energy sources which are environmentally friendly and efficient. This step also includes ending subsidies for the oil and other fossil fuel companies and projects. Making fossil fuels more expensive will lower and eventually eliminate our dependence on them, and encourage energy conservation.
7. One of the most promising energy conservation techniques is the use of smart power grids. This grid will allow and even encourage energy received from a number of different sources, including alternative energy sources. This will allow many locations where solar, wind, and other power can be stored until needed, and then transferred to where the demand for the power is.
8. Offer tax credits for individuals and business owners who install and use alternative energy source products or equipment. If there were more tax credits available, more people would probably install wind turbines and solar panels, because the tax credit helps to offset the costs of purchasing and installing this equipment.
9. Use municipal solid waste to energy programs, to help conserve energy and fossil fuels while eliminating the waste that has been discarded at the same time. These technologies are highly efficient, and can create heat and electricity which is clean and does not pollute the way fossil fuels do.
10. Use hybrid and plug in electrical vehicles. These vehicles use much less energy to meet your transportation needs, so that you conserve energy and use cleaner energy sources at the same time. Traditional vehicles cause large amounts of pollution and consume substantial amounts of energy. Switching what you drive can make a big difference in your energy consumption.
Some companies have safe energy and they also awarded by the government
MSMENational Award to MD, SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Milind Chittawar, MD of SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has received National Award-2008 for Outstanding Entrepreneurship in Micro & Small Enterprises (Services) category as Special Recognition Award. Awards were given by our Prime Minister and Minister of MSME Mr. Dinsha Patel in a function at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi on 28th August. Mr. Rakesh Gupta recieved the award of behalf of Milind Chittawar.
Regional Energy Efficiency Center
SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt Ltd has been selected by USAID to provide support for establishing REEC (Regional Energy Efficiency Center) at Nagpur. REEC is going to start shortly and provide services in demonstrating Energy Efficient technologies for Industrial furnaces and to demonstrate best practices.
Energy Audit at Vasundhara Dairy, Nagpur
Main products of Vasundhara dairy are Pasteurized and homogenized milk, Ice cream, Kulfi, etc. Replacement of Furnace oil to briquettes gives a saving of about 56 % saving on present cost of fuel . Identified and recommended energy/energy cost savings measures are as follows:
Energy Audit at Emerson Climate Technologies, Atit
Detail energy audit has been carried out at the plant, which has resulted in identification and recommendation of total energy cost savings to the tune of Rs 7823775 per annum). Total Investment required to invest to implement the energy cost saving measures is about Rs. 4260000 with a Overall Payback Period of 7 Months. Identified and recommended energy/energy cost savings measures are as follows:
This CDM project activity primarily aims at reducing these GHG emissions by fuel conversion in the boilers for steam generation (i.e. firing briquettes in place of Residual Fuel Oil).
Fresenius Kabi Get Registered with UNFCCC
CDM project of Boiler Fuel Conversion from RFO to Biomass Based Briquettes at Fresenius Kabi India Private Limited, Ranjangaon (M.S.), India get registered with UNFCCC
GREEN POWER FOR A BETTER TOMORROW!
State Grid Corporation of China
China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd.
China Huaneng Group
China Datang Corporation
China Huadian Corporation
China Guodian Corporation
China Power Investment Corporation
**International Exhibition on Energy Conservation,
Environmental Power Technology and Renewable Energy**
China's energy consumption is surging under the massive industrial development; PRC government targeted to develop renewable energy and limit energy consumption in power generation under its "11th Five-Year Plan". According to a research report released by the State Information Center, it is expected that China's total investment in renewable energy will be more than RMB3,000 billion by 2020. The business opportunity for the energy conservation, environmentally friendly power generation and renewable energy related industries in China is great!
In line with market demand and government policy, The "2010 International Exhibition of Energy Conservation, Environmental Power Technology and Renewable Energy" will be held concurrently with the "13th International Exhibition of Electric Power Equipment and Technology (EP China 2010)" during Oct 19-21, 2010 in China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing.
Fully supported by all major Power Group Corporations and Power Grid Corporations in China, ECEP provides the best business and technology exchange platform for industrial professional locally and abroad.
The only electric power conservation and green energy event organized by the most authoritative organization, China Electricity Council, will form large-scale seminar on related theme topics. It is expected to attract large number of attendants from industrial key players, such as Environmental Protection Bureaux, Power Plants, Power Supplies companies, Power Design Institute, etc.
Concurrently held with EP China 2010, the largest and the only power exhibition endorsed as an UFI Approved Event in China. Covering floor space will reach 22,000sqm (total 6 halls). It is expected to attract 500 exhibitors and over 20,000 professional trade visitors from all over China and overseas.
Widely recognized by international trade associations such as Germany, US, UK, Spain, Korea, Czech Republic, Russia, etc. In coming shows, there will be pavilions from Germany, US, UK, France, Korea, and Taiwan, etc.
Well attended by the world's leading players including ABB, Avera, Siemens, Hitachi, Schneider, Mestro, Ingersoll Rand, Formosa, Delta-Cimic, Ideco, Argillon GmBH, Albemarle, Longyuan Cooling, Chint, Dongfand Electronics, XJ Group, NARI, Guangzhou Zhiguang, Sifang Automation, Hyosung, GE Energy, Eaton, 3M, Japan AE Power, Toshiba, EDF, Rittal, Roechling, Hyundai, Schniewindt, Ormazabal, Daihen, Tengen, etc.
Comprehensive marketing campaign to attract quality buyers from both China & overseas
1 High/Medium/Low-voltage Frequency Converter
2 High/Medium/Low-voltage AC Frequency Conversion Timing Technology and Product
3 Efficiency Energy Conservation Equipment
4 Motor Controller
Energy Saving Controller
1 Power Demand Side Management System (DSM)
2 Desulphurization & Denitrification
3 Technology & Equipment Of Desulphurization
4 Technology & Equipment of Denitrification
5 Auxiliary Technology & Equipment and Related Accessories
6 Dust Removal Technology & Equipment
7 Smoking **Online Measuring Instrument and Technology
Lustration Technology & Equipment
1 Technology & Equipment for the Cleanness of Burning Coal
2 Power Plant Mercury Control Technologies
3 Renewable Energy
4Solar Photovoltaic: Photovoltaic Electricity, Engineering, and Technology of Photovoltaic Equipment
5 Solar Light and Heat: Air to Water Heat Pump and Engineering, Solar Thermal Systems And Projects
6 Ground Source Heat Pump: Ground-Source Heat Pump System and Works
7 Wind Energy: Wind Power Generation System (Power System, Control System, Monitoring System, Etc.) and Equipment; Offshore Wind Power Generation Technology and Equipment; Complementary Wind-Solar Power Generation Systems; Blades, Gear Boxes, Bearings and other 8 Related Equipment and Accessories
9 Hydro: Ocean Energy (Tidal Energy, Wave Energy, Tide Energy, Thermal Energy) Utilization Technology and Equipment; Small and Medium-Sized Hydro-Electric Power Technology and Equipment and Other Water Use Technologies and Equipment
10 Biomass Energy
Other New Energy and Renewable Energy Application Technology and Equipment