Vandana Thakur Cd Mbased Lighting Schemes Sep09
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Vandana Thakur Cd Mbased Lighting Schemes Sep09 Vandana Thakur Cd Mbased Lighting Schemes Sep09 Presentation Transcript

  • CDM based CFL Lighting Scheme “Bachat Lamp Yojana” Initiated by
  • Introduction to BEE • Energy Conservation Act, 2001, overcomes some market barriers by enabling: – Setting of minimum energy standards for, and affixing energy-consumption labels on appliances and equipment – Promulgation of Energy Conservation Building Codes – Energy use monitoring, verification and reporting by large energy users, and the establishment of energy consumption norms for these consumers 2
  • Introduction to BEE • BEE and SDAs set up to promote: – Demand-side management by distribution companies – Enhancing energy conservation in existing buildings, especially through Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) – Outreach and awareness programmes 3
  • National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency- 4 New Initiatives  A market based mechanism to enhance cost effec-tiveness of improvements in energy efficiency in energy-intensive large industries and facilities, through certification of energy savings that could be traded. (Perform Achieve and Trade)  Accelerating the shift to energy efficient appliances in designated sectors through innovative measures to make the products more affordable. (Market Transformation for Energy Efficiency)) 4
  • National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency- 4 New Initiatives  Creation of mechanisms that would help finance demand side management programmes in all sectors by capturing future energy savings. (Energy Efficiency Financing Platform (EEFP))  Developing fiscal instruments to promote energy efficiency namely Framework for Energy Efficient Economic Development (FEEED) 5
  • Energy Efficiency– Action Plan - DSM Initiatives  Bachat Lamp Yojana to promote energy efficient and high quality CFLs as replacement for incandescent bulbs in households.  Standards & Labeling Scheme targets high energy end use equipment and appliances to lay down minimum energy performance standards.  Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) sets minimum energy performance standards for new commercial buildings. . 6
  • Energy Efficiency – Action Plan DSM Initiatives .  Agricultural and Municipal DSM targeting replacement of inefficient pumpsets, street lighting, etc.  Operationalising EC Act by Strengthening Institutional Capacity of State Designated Agencies (SDAs) : The scheme seeks to build institutional capacity of the newly created SDAs to perform their regulatory, enforcement and facilitative functions in the respective States.  Energy Efficiency Improvement in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs): To stimulate energy efficiency measures in 25 high energy consuming small and medium enterprise clusters. 7
  • Bachat Lamp Yojana  Replace inefficient incandescent bulbs with CFLs for households only  Reduce price of CFL to that of incandescent bulb- project developer (CFL Manufacturer/ DISCOM) provides initial investment  Use CDM to recover balance cost  Monitor energy consumption reduction in a project area as outlined in AMS-II.J of CDM-EB  CERs generated after monitoring, validation and oversight of CDM Executive Board (CDM-EB) sold in international markets  Potential reduction in power consumption~6,000 - 10,000 MW – XI plan target 4000 MW 8
  • BLY Uses pCDM Approach The programme itself does not achieve the reductions, but provides the framework for emission reductions to occur through certified project activities 9
  • BLY pCDM Process Plus Multiplication as short as 3months. Minus Liability Risk in case of failure Source: Tech. paper 120/07,ESMAP, World Bank, 2007 10
  • Benefits of BLY Uses CDM Programme of Activities approach to Lower transaction costs Reduce time Capture an activity otherwise difficult / expensive under CDM Reduce risk to investors Simple monitoring without compromising CFL usage hours 11
  • BLY Chronology 28th May 2007– Announcement in Aug to Dec 2007– chief ministers Development of PoA Mid 2008 PoA DD meeting chaired by DD based on shifts to AMS IIC Prime Minister AMS 046 August 2008 BLY revised as per new CDM methodology AMS IIJ May June 2009 March 2009 PoA revised as per National February 2009– AMS IIJ DoE Stakeholder Official Launch of BLY appointed for Consultation PoA scheme validation 12
  • BLY Role Players CDM-EB DOE UNFCCC Registration & Validation & CER issuance Verification BEE PoA BLY PoA Managing Entity DISCOM Investor SSC-CPA assists investor in a BLY invests into a BLY project project Supportin e.g. Sample g Agency Survey Agency 13
  • BLY Schematic PoA -Manager CDM EB Buyer in Annex I Communication Country Validation / Verification PoA Technically develops BLY approval DNA scheme methodology and Annex I documents Payment for CERs & II CERs sold Safe disposal of CFL INVESTOR HOUSEHOLD returned Fused CFL’s returned CFL Pays Rs 15 for new CFL Safe Replaced ICL lamp keeping of replaced •Procures long-life CFLs and distributes to ICL lamp households for •Day-to-day monitoring; Verification inspection survey to assess lamp failure rate CFL = Compact Florescent Lamp DISCOM ICL = Incandescent lamps BEE = Bureau of Energy Efficiency Each BLY project ~ 600,000 CFLs, DISCOM = Distribution Company upto 4 CFLs per household DNA = Designated National Authority Provides access to the 400 million ICLs / annum replaceable, EB = Executive Board households for installing CFLs annually saving ~ 6000 MW 14
  • Role of BEE • Acts as overall PoA co-ordinator • Technically develops and shares the development of CDM methodology • Awareness and information • Inclusion of CPA-DDs under the PoA after validation • Facilitate verification of CERs and recommend their allocation to the investors 15
  • Role of CFL Investor • Procures and distributes CFLs at a price comparable to GLS lamps. • Preparing CDM Programme Activity Design Documents (CPA-DDs) for CDM project and submitting them to BEE. • Collection of end-of-life CFLs and arranging for their safe disposal as per regulatory norms. • Operates and manage project on day-to-day basis 16
  • Role of DISCOM • Provides access to Database of households to install CFLs • Assists in 1. Selection of monitoring survey as required under AMS-II.J 2. Distribution of CFL Lamps in exchange of incandescent lamps 3. Safe keeping of replaced ICLs for independent inspection 17
  • Monitoring & Verification • AMS IIJ- Simplified M&V 1. Deemed savings Total area serviced by approach: 3.5 hours DISCOM / day/ CFL 2. Periodic CFLs survey Project area) MS-1 MS-2 MS = Monitoring Survey 18
  • CFL Meter Pluggable meter for easy installation 19
  • Metering Unit Specifications • Input: 150 – 300 V • Parameters measured – Supply Voltage – Average – Lamp Current – Average – Burning hours – Energy Consumed • Record storage interval – One switch on • Record Content – Time stamp, Volts, Current, Duration, Energy • SMS Sending interval – At every switch on 20
  • Meter Functioning (I) OFF ON When bulb will switch on, meter Values of voltage, current, recording the voltage, will start energy and switch on duration current, energy and time till it will be stored insidegets switch off memory 21
  • Meter Functioning (II) OFF ON As you switch on again, the recordings of previous sessions will be transmitted to server via SMS and the current recordings will start. 22
  • Meter Functioning (III) Data from different meters from different locations is collected at centralised server / computer 23
  • Meter Functioning (IV) Entire Data of every switch on session can be downloaded with V1 V2 … Vn cable connected to meter & I1 I2 … In laptop / hand Held Terminal. E1 E2 … En T1 T2 … Tn 24
  • Requirements • DISCOM identifies BEE empanelled Investor • Tri-partite Agreement with DISCOM, Investor and BEE • Investor identifies long-life IS 15111 certified CFL supplier • Develop project as per BLY scheme templates 25
  • Social Impact Consumer  CFLs at price of incandescent lamp (INR 15), to all households  Reduced peak load-shedding DISCOMs  Enhanced customer satisfaction Manufacturers / Investors  Creates employment 26
  • Environmental Impact Generating Utility  Reduced GHG emissions Investor  Collection of Project CFLs at end-of-life  Contain potential mercury exposure,  Improves recyclability 27
  • Progress In Bachat Lamp Yojana • 1 pilot project registered at UNFCCC on 26th Sept 2008. • PDDs for Haryana , Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra have been submitted to CDM Executive Board for registration. • 31 CFL manufacturers/Traders have been empanelled by BEE • 14 states have taken up steps towards implemetation of scheme in their respective DISCOM regions. 28
  • Enable energy efficiency …using CDM • Contact Information: • Bureau of Energy Efficiency (Govt of India, Ministry of Power) 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan,R. K. Puram New Delhi- 110 066, India. • Tel: 011- 26179699 • Fax: 011- 26178352 • • 29