Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited


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Renewable Energy Policy

Presentation by: Ravindra H. Kori
Technical Officer (IEC and Nemmadi)
KREDL (KREDL is nodal agency for renewable energy programs of national and Karnataka state government and responsible for channeling grants and subsidy)

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Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited

  1. 1. www.kredlinfo.in
  2. 2. Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited • KREDL was established in 1996 by the Government of Karnataka. • Forerunner for Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and BEE. • Nodal Agency for the Non-Conventional Energy Sources and the implementation of various energy conservation activities. Objective To promote renewable energy and to initiate all necessary actions for the Energy Conservation in the State. www.kredlinfo.in
  3. 3. Renewable Energy Status in Karnataka www.kredlinfo.in Sl No. Renewable Energy Sources Capacity Potential in MWs Allotted capacity in MWs Installed Capacity in MWs Tariff fixed by the KERC 1 Cogeneration 2500 1551.91 1139.11 Rs. 2.85 for existing projects (before 2010), Rs. 3.59 to 4.14 2 Small Hydro 3000 2871.3 711.66 Rs. 3.40 3 Wind 13236 10187.88 2218.73 Rs. 3.70 4 Biomass 1000 258.50 90.50 Rs. 2.85 for existing projects (before 2010) Rs. 3.66 to 4.13 5 Solar 10000 222 KREDL- 10 KPCL – 14 Total - 24 Rs. 14.50 – SPV Rs. 11.35 – ST Rs. 14.50 – Roof top 6 Waste to Energy 135 8.00 - Rs. 4.15/unit ( for M/s Srinivasa Gayathri Resource Recovery Ltd.,) 29871 17202.33 4184.00
  4. 4. Status up to 30th August 2013 Wind 53% Hydro 17% Bio Mass 2 % Co-gen 27 % Solar 0.57 % RE Source MW (Installed Capacity) Wind 2218.73 Small Hydro 711.66 Biomass 90.50 Solar 24.00 Cogen 1139.11 Total 4184.00 www.kredlinfo.in
  5. 5. RE Sources YEAR 2010- 11 2011- 12 2012-13 2010- 11 2011- 12 2012-13 MU 1564.521 1836.411 1201.122 MW 615.55 650.4 701.41 MU 1586.696 1907.106 2527.312 MW 930.66 914.66 1082.54 MU 302.458 222.696 240.496 MW 86.5 87.5 90.5 MU 2650.071 3661.216 4329.021 MW 1765.64 1980.69 2182.34 MU 6.356 8.176 16.481 MW 6 9 14 MU 6110.102 7635.605 8314.432 MW 3404.35 3642.25 4070.79 State Generation MU 44997.379 56981.033 57476.336 RE Share 0.1358 0.134 0.1446 0.1037 0.1344 0.22520.23960.2179 0.2939 0.3033 0.22640.2110.1713 Biomass Wind Solar RE Generation 0.2918 0.2479 0.3992 0.1209 Yearwise Details of Generation from Renewable Energy sources Annual Generation CUF Mini/Small Hydro Cogen 0.324 0.1954 0.238 0.2665 www.kredlinfo.in
  6. 6. Solar Off grid Projects Solar Photovoltaic Installed Capacity Total 236.155 kWp installed in various places. Atal Ji Jana Snehi Kendra 1.202 MW (2Kwp x 601 Centers) State Govt.(Revenue Dept.) - 50 %, MNRE. - 30% and Total project cost is – Rs 27.48 Cr K.R.E.D.L - 20 % Solar Thermal Water Heaters 500 LPD and above capacity, Total 2,34,250 LPD installed in various districts in Karnataka. Energy Savings of about 3.514 million units annually Solar Cooking and Laundry Total 17 projects were installed in different districts of Karnataka. (Cooking food for about 86000 persons per day) Alternate Fuel Surface Transport (Battery operated vehicles) 4 Wheeler - 542 2 Wheeler- 322. Subsidy Released - Rs. 4.59 Crores. Total - 864. www.kredlinfo.in
  7. 7. Govt financial assistance helpful to Apartments • Solar water heaters • Grid connected spv • Offgrid SPV , Street lights, Pumps • Considering Rs 5.7/ unit as electricity charge and also considering DG consumption ,SPV viable
  8. 8. DDG Scheme (Distributed Decentralized Generation) Under the MNRE scheme (RGGVY) the electrification of the remote villages without distribution systems is being taken up. Decentralized Distributed Generation projects can be from conventional or renewable sources such as Biomass, Biofuels, Biogas, Mini hydro, solar etc for villages where grid connectivity is either not feasible or not cost effective. The RGGVY in XI Plan has a financial outlay of Rs. 540 Crore for implementation of DDG projects. Under DDG scheme of RGGVY, 90% of the project cost is provided as capital subsidy by the Government. All un-electrified revenue villages and hamlets (above 100 population) are eligible under DDG scheme of RGGVY. Identification of eligible villages shall be done by SREDAs in consultation with state utilities SC/ST development corporation and MNRE. The detailed project reports (DPR) of 15 villages of HESCOM, 46 villages of MESCOM, 1 Hamlet of CESC and 1 village of GESCOM, Total of 63 DPRs submitted to REC for approval. www.kredlinfo.in
  9. 9. SN Devices Central Financial Assistance Benchmark Cost 1 Solar Water Heaters (ETC) 1) Rs. 2550/- per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less 2) Rs.2400/-per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less 1)Rs.8,500/- per sq.mt.for Domestic 2)Rs.8,000/- per sq.mt for Commercial 2 Solar Water Heaters (FPC) 1) Rs. 3300/- per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less 2)Rs. 3000/- per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less 1)Rs.11000/- per sq.mt.for Domestic 2)Rs.10,000/- per sq.mt.for Commercial 3 Solar Concentrator (Manual tracking Rs. 2100/- per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less Rs.7000/- per sq.mt. 4 Solar Concentrator (Single axis tracking) Rs.5400/- per sq.mt. or 30% of cost whichever is less Rs.18000/- per sq.mt. 5 Solar P.V. Systems (With Battery bank)Applicable to Solar Street light 30% of cost 1)300 Wp to 1 kWp 2)> 1 kWp to 10 kWp 3)> 10 kWp to 100 kWp 1) Rs.210/- per watt 2) Rs.190/- per watt 3) Rs170/- per watt 6 Solar P.V. Systems (Without Battery bank)Applicable to Solar Street light 30% of cost 1) Upto 100 kWp 2) > 100 kWp to 500 kWp 1)Rs.100/-perwatt 2)Rs.90/- per watt 7 Solar water Pumps Upto 5 kWp Rs.190/- per watt 8 Aerogenerators/Wind-Solar Hybrid Systems a) Rs.1.5/- Lakhs per kW for Govt/Public/Charitable, R&D,academic and other non-profit making institution. b) Rs.1/- Lakhs per kW for other beneficiaries not covered under (a) i.e. Individuals and private/corporate sector will come under this category. Rs.2.5 lakhs per KW 9 Box type Solar Cooker Capable of cooking 1kgs of food no Government subsidy for this type of Solar Cookers. But interest free loan is available for the users and individuals through IREDA and some of the banks. Rs.2500/- to Rs.3500/- 10 Dish Solar Cookers can cook food for 10 to 15 person. MNRE subsidy a maximum of Rs.1500/- per sq.m Rs.6000/-to Rs.9000
  10. 10. Solar City Project Solar City project aims to promote energy security and Green Energy, the “Development of Solar Cities” program is designed to support/encourage Urban Local Bodies to prepare a Road Map to guide their cities in becoming ‘renewable energy cities’ or ‘solar cities’. •Mysore and Hubli - Dharwad are selected as solar cities. •Master Plan for Mysore as solar city has been approved in 2012. • An amount of Rs. 1.5 Lakhs has been released towards preparation of master plan for Hubli – Dharwad under Solar City Program. •Total amount of Rs. 5.65 Lakhs has been released for Mysore city Corporation under Solar City Program. •196 kWp stand alone SPV power plants at 5 locations are sanctioned to Mysore Solar City. MNRE sanctioned 30% of the project cost i.e.Rs.158.70lakhs and released an amount of Rs.79.35lakhs. •The CFA up to Rs. 9.5Cr for each model solar city will be provided with the condition that the similar matching funds up to Rs. 9.5Cr is provided by the Municipal Corporation/ Municipality/State/District Authority by there own or any other sources includes Public Private Partnership
  11. 11. Roof Top Solar PV System State Budget Share INR 7.00 Cr 20% subsidy by State Government MNRE Budget Share INR 10.50 Cr Upto 30% subsidy by MNRE as per their scheme Total subsidy INR 17.50 Cr Total subsidy -50% of the cost of the system User share INR 17.50 Cr 50% of the cost of the system Total project cost INR 35.00 Cr Total subsidy of 50% Beneficiary share 50% Solar Roof Top Project The objective of the scheme is to pilot the roof-top solar PV system in selected 5 cities (Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli and Gulbarga). 50% of subsidy funds to be utilized in Bangalore, while rest to be equally divided in other four cities. Each beneficiary will be entitled to a maximum subsidy of 50% of the cost of the system, with breakup of 30% by MNRE under MNRE guidelines and 20% by state government subsidy. The tenders for the implementation of the project will be floated shortly. Budget •For the year 2012-2013 out of Rs. 7 crore , Rs. 2 crore has been released on 26th March 2013. •KREDL requested to MNRE for the sanction of CFA of Rs 3 Crores.
  12. 12. Energy Conservation Building Code A ECBC code has been prepared and submitted to the Govt. of Karnataka for issuing notification in the gazette. As per the ECBC code, it is applicable for the commercial buildings (both private and Govt. buildings) where, o The connected load is 100 kW or more, OR o The contract demand of 120 KVA or more, OR o The conditioned area of 500 Sq.m or more. A notification in the gazette will be issued shortly.  The Public works department and Principal Chief Architect are the enforcing agency for the Govt. buildings.  The Urban local bodies are the enforcing agency for the Private buildings.  The chief electrical inspector, Govt. of Karnataka is authorized to inspect ECBC compliant buildings.  KREDL monitors the implementation of the ECBC at the state level and also to create awareness of the ECBC
  13. 13. Energy Conservation in Karnataka Completed Projects/Activites •LED Street lights at Udupi, Kalagatagi and Alnavar Towns. •LED Lights at JP Park and Hanumanthnagar Public Parks in Bangalore. •LED Street Lights at Richmond Road Flyover , Bangalore. •LED Village Campaign at Mathur Village in Shimoga District. •Energy Auditing of 20 Govt. buildings across the state. •Fixing of hoardings at Public Places, Govt. offices etc. across the state under Publicity & Awareness programme. •Workshop on Notified PAT scheme for the Designated Consumers. •Celebration of Akshay Urja Diwas. •Workshop on Energy Conservation Building Code for all the stake holders. •Competition for School Children’s/College Students on Essay, painting, debate, project making, RE models, drama etc., and distribution of prizes. •Training programme for the Architects, PWD on Energy conservation building code.
  14. 14. 1. LED Street lights- Rs. 200 Lakh.. a. Magadi and Puttur Town. Work has been awarded, it is under process. b. Government Hospitals in Bangalore City. - Work has been awarded, it is under process. c. Basavana Bagevadi town. Pavagada town. DPR preparation is under process Annigeri town.  It is proposed to conserve energy of 12.81 lakh kWh per annum.  The proposed energy cost savings is Rs 76.86 lakhs per annum 2. Energy Efficient Pumps- Rs. 100 Lakh. A. 5 Govt. hospitals in Bangalore city – DPR is ready, to be tendered shortly. B. Other District Govt. Hospitals – DPR preparations is under process.  It is proposed to conserve more than 15% of energy. Details of the Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency ongoing Projects
  15. 15. Details of the Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency ongoing Projects 3. LED video moving display board- Rs. 100 lakh. The work has been entrusted to M/s MC&A- work is under process.  It is proposed to install these boards at all KREDL offices, Public places, DCs offices etc.,  To create awareness among public regarding conservation of energy, use of energy efficient household appliances, benefits, rebates, etc., this program has been taken up. 4. Implementation of Energy Audit measures at three Government buildings- 100 lakhs.  DC’s office building Chamarajanagar, Tumkur and State Prisons Head Office, Bengaluru have been selected for the implementation of energy audit measures.  It is proposed to conserve energy of 10.2 Lakh kWh per annum.  The proposed energy cost savings is Rs 61.2 Lakhs per annum.  Proposals sent to PWD for implementation - work is under process.
  16. 16. Details of the Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency ongoing Projects 5. Replacement of the existing T10/T12 Fluorescent tube fittings with copper chokes by T5 lamp with electronic Ballast at 500 selected Police Stations in Bangalore city - Rs. 100 lakh.  It is proposed to conserve energy of 7.3 Lakh kWh per annum.  The proposed energy cost saving is Rs 43.8 Lakh per annum.  Proposals sent to Karnataka State Police Housing Corp. Ltd. for implementation - work is under process. 6. Providing energy saver units at streetlight circuits in Bangalore and Mysore City – 150 Lakhs.  It is proposed to conserve more than 20% of the energy  Proposals sent to EESL, Delhi for implementation - work is under process.
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