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  • 1. VLE - Social Enterprise Child of LUTW Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday and Sridhar Ponugupati Visionary Lighting & Energy India (VLE) 17th Nov 2012 , KCP Sugars, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • 2. Presentation Agenda• History of LUTW and Evolution of VLE• VLE – BLAZE• Capabilities of VLE – BLAZE with few Projects• Product Line – Present and Future• Requirements of KCP Sugars – Our Understanding• Solution Offerings to KCP Sugars• MNRE subsidies – an overview• Conclusions
  • 3. History• 1997 - LUTW was conceive in Nepal by Dr. Dave and his wife Jenny• 1998 – Developed First LED Lights for the developing world• 1999 – Demonstrated circular Clusters and Linear LED Lamps• 2000 – Lit up 4 Villages in Nepal (World’s First permanently lit villages with LED Lighting)
  • 4. Fuel Based Lighting Bulb & Can type Kerosene Wick Lamps Lapsi Danda Knuckles Range Nepal June 2001 Sri Lanka June 2002
  • 5. World’s First ChessGame Lit by LEDStrip Light - LUTWAnnapurna Base CampNepal 1999
  • 6. Solid State Lighting for the Developing World: The First Generation Family in Thulo Pokhara, Nepal – the first village in the world to be lit permanently by SSLKathmandu, Nepal May 2000 “A foreigner has come and made Thulo Pokhara heaven!” Nepal July 2000
  • 7. Woman and children reading by SSL Jumla, Nepal August 2000“We used to be in darkness, now “This is the first time in the we are in light!” lives of my children that they have been able to read at night!” Nepal August 2000 Sri Lanka 2001
  • 8. Data shows that the torch systems using incandescent lamps cause significantly more environmental damage than do those using solid state lighting. This is mainly due to the larger number of batteries required if using incandescent lamps and is approximately twice as bad if using carbon zinc batteries compared to using alkaline batteries. [Parsons, 2007] LUTW 3WLED Torch BulbUnbreakable & Extends Battery Life by 10 times Kathmandu, Nepal July 1999
  • 9. Pico Power Nepal: A Success Story July 2001
  • 10. LUTW provides the first solid state hospital operatingtheatre lighting in the developing world.Bagdogra, India – July 2001
  • 11. Street Lighting by PPNand LUTW in (Butanese)Refugee CampDamak, Nepal Dec. 2006
  • 12. “They have given us eyes!”Uri VillageSouthern AnnapurnaHimalayaNepal 16 April 2009
  • 13. Demonstration of Solid State Lighting to Dr. KalamHyderabad, AP, India. July 2005
  • 14. Where is all this happening? Chad Afghanistan Mongolia Niger Pakistan Nepal China Mali Canada Haiti Burma Dominican Tibet Mexico Republic Bhutan Guatemala Cambodia Yemen India Honduras Ghana Philippines Nicaragua Cameroon Kenya Malaysia Costa Rica Congo Uganda Sri Lanka Angola Rwanda Ecuador Namibia Tanzania Indonesia Peru South Africa Bolivia Zambia Papua New Guinea Brazil Chile Argentina Light Up The World Foundation www.lutw.orgLUTW is instrumental in Illuminating over One Million Lives in 50 + countries
  • 15. Awards Finalist IET Innovation Awards, London, UK (24Nov2010) Engineering Institute of Canada, K.Y. Lo Medal (1Mar2008) Honorary Doctorate, Aberdeen University, Scotland (4July 2006) Centennial Medal Award, Alberta Government (23Dec2005) TIME Canada Heroes (20June2005)Meritorious Service Medal (MSM), Canadian Government (30May2005) YMCA Calgary Peace Medal Award (26Nov2004) Alberta Science & Technology Award(15Oct2004) Reader’s Digest Canadian Hero of the Year Award (14June2004) Alberta Emerald Award (9June2004) Saatchi and Saatchi Award Laureate 2003 Tech Museum Award Laureate 2002 Rolex Award Laureate 2002University of Calgary President’s Internationalization Achievement Award 2002 IEEE Third Millennium Medal for Outstanding Contributions 2000 APEGGA Summit Award for Contributions to Society 2000
  • 16. Manufacturing Partners:Amara Raja Group (INDIA) , TIM Industries (HONG KONG)LED Suppliers :Nichia (JAPAN), Cree (USA), Edison (TAIWAN)
  • 17. How Solar Works ?
  • 18. HowLED LampWorks ? USP ? High Efficiency Drivers Best Quality LED’s Advanced Solar Charge controllers Appropriate Heat sink & Optics
  • 19. VLE - BLAZE• VLE – BLAZE Technically Collaborated in 2008.• VLE – BLAZE is instrumental in evolution of commercial product line of VLE.• Inclusion of Advanced Technologies into Solar Lighting : Sensors , Wireless controls, Security, Surveillance for Safety and Energy Saving.• Blaze : Security, Automation, CCTV Surveillance (RBI, Eamcet and Engg), Green Homes, Audio and Video Distribution, Apple Applications, RFID, GPS Tracking and vehicle immobilizers etc..
  • 20. Capabilities of VLE – BLAZE with few ProjectsLighting Automation System – Real Time Energy Consumption monitoring Awarded India’s First Platinum Green Home in Sep 2010 by IGBC
  • 21. CapabilitiesAdaptive Occupancy based Lighting solutions – With Largest range of sensors Provide light when and where it is required – an egress path for late night workers eliminates unnecessary energy usage after hours.
  • 22. Capabilities LED Lighting at Novotel, Hyderabad – Excess Club and Longue : 2009
  • 23. Capabilities : Clientele
  • 24. Product Line of VLE - Present• Solar Home Lighting Systems ( FLS1 and FLS(MNRE) – Patented Product )• Solar LED Lantern ( innovative design – Patent pending Technology )• Solar Street Lighting System with LED Luminaries• Residential and Commercial LED Lighting products with Solar as Source of Power.• Solar Water Pumping Systems
  • 25. Solar Home Lighting Systems
  • 26. Solar LED Street Lighting System Range Available from 20 Watt to 150 Watt Can be customized to Existing Poles A Combination of Solar and Wind is latest trend
  • 27. Commercial LED Lighting SystemRetrofit LED Ceiling Mount spot Lamps LED Down Lighter for CFLLamps ( 3 – 10 W) replacement T5 Tube replacement with LED Available in : 30, 60, 120, 150 cms with various LED power o/p options
  • 28. Extremely Rugged Design – Rechargeable with Solar panel
  • 29. Product Line of VLE - FutureFreedom UVLED Water Purification (FUWP)Freedom Micro-Inverter (FMI)Freedom Medical & Emergency Lighting Kit (FMEL) [Under development]Freedom Linear Room Light (FLRL) [Tuneable - Under development]Freedom Networked Street Lighting (FNSL) [Under development]Freedom Torch (FT) [Under development]Freedom Pico Wind Generator (FPWG) [Under development]Freedom Pico Hydro Generator (FPHG) [Under development]Freedom Pedal Generator (FPG) [Under development]Freedom Thermo-Electric Generator (FTEG) [Under development]Freedom Pico Projector (FPP) [Under development]Freedom Air-Electric Generator (FAEG)Freedom ‘Kick Start’ Generator (FKSG)?
  • 30. Requirements of KCP Sugars – Our Understanding• Solar LED Street Lighting ( Replacement of Existing Sodium Vapor and Mercury based )• Officer and Staff Quarters Lighting conversion to Solar based LED• Solar based Water pumping systems for farmers supplying raw material to KCP• Solar Home Lighting systems to near by villagers as a part of CSR activity
  • 31. Solution Offerings to KCP Sugars 4 Stageimplementation Strategy for projects
  • 32. Action points ? ? ? ? ? Discussion on : Need of the Hour andSequence of Execution / Pilot project
  • 33. MNRE subsidies – an overview
  • 34. NamasteHYDERABAD OFFICE HONG KONG OFFICE Units 301—303,2nd Floor, Ravi Chambers 3rd Floor Wing Tuck Commercial3-351, Road No. 1 Banjara Hills CentreNagarjuna Circle, Panjagutta 177-183 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan Hong KongHyderabad - 500082 (AP), India Tel: 852-2541-8868Tel: +91 40 6457-2220