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motivation behind formation of BEE, under the Energy conservation act 2001 .This presentation gives the brief details ,role and responsiblities of state designated agencies in various state for vaious ...

motivation behind formation of BEE, under the Energy conservation act 2001 .This presentation gives the brief details ,role and responsiblities of state designated agencies in various state for vaious BEE schemes like ,BLY, S&L,CDM

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    • Bureau of Energy Efficiency & Role of State Designated Agency A Kartik Ashish Verma Ashim Khan © 2013 UPES
    • • Overview • Role of BEE • Regulatory Functions • Promotional Functions • Mission • Schemes • Targets Achieved • Avoided Generation • SDA’s Role • Status of SDA’s • Case study • Awareness activities images Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • The Government of India set up Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) on 1st March 2002 Under the provisions of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 • To assist in developing policies and strategies with a thrust on self-regulation and market principles • The primary objective is to reduce energy intensity of the Indian economy • This will be achieved with active participation of all stakeholders, resulting in accelerated and sustained adoption of energy efficiency in all sectors Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • Develop and recommend to the Central Government the norms for processes and energy consumption standards. • Develop and recommend to the Central Government minimum energy consumption standards and labeling design for equipment and appliances. • Develop and recommend to the Central Government specific energy conservation building codes. • Recommend the Central Government for notifying any user or class of users of energy as a designated consumer. • Take necessary measures to create awareness and disseminate information for efficient use of energy and its conservation Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • Develop minimum energy performance standards and labeling design for equipments and appliances • • • • • • Develop Specific Energy Conservation Building Codes Activities focusing on designated consumers Develop specific energy consumption norms Certify Energy Managers and Energy Auditors Accredit Energy Auditors Define the manner and periodicity of mandatory energy audits • Develop reporting formats on energy consumption and action taken on the recommendations of the energy auditors Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • Create awareness and disseminate information on energy efficiency and conservation • Arrange and organize training of personnel and specialists in the techniques for efficient use of energy and its conservation • Strengthen consultancy services in the field of energy conservation • Promote research and development • Develop testing and certification procedures and promote testing facilities • Formulate and facilitate implementation of pilot projects and demonstration project Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • Promote use of energy efficient processes, equipment, devices and systems • Take steps to encourage preferential treatment for use of energy efficient equipment or appliances • Promote innovative financing of energy efficiency projects • Give financial assistance to institutions for promoting efficient use of energy and its conservation • Prepare educational curriculum on efficient use of energy and its conservation • Implement international co-operation programmes relating to efficient use of energy and its conservation Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • To "institutionalize" energy efficiency services, enable delivery mechanisms in the country and provide leadership to energy efficiency in all sectors of the country • The primary objective would be to reduce energy intensity in the economy. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    •  To exert leadership and provide policy recommendation and direction to national energy conservation and efficiency efforts and programs.  To coordinate energy efficiency and conservation policies and programs and take it to the stakeholders  To establish systems and procedures to measure, monitor and verify energy efficiency results in individual sectors as well as at a macro level.  To leverage multi-lateral and bi-lateral and private sector support in implementation of Energy Conservation Act and efficient use of energy and its conservation programs.  To demonstrate delivery of energy efficiency services as mandated in the EC bill through private-public partnerships.  To interpret, plan and manage energy conservation programs as envisaged in the Energy Conservation Act Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    •  Provide a policy recommendation and direction to national energy conservation activities  Coordinate policies and programmes on efficient use of energy with shareholders  Establish systems and procedures to verify, measure and monitor Energy Efficiency (EE) improvements  Leverage multilateral, bilateral and private sector support to implement the EC Act 2001  Demonstrate EE delivery systems through public-private partnerships The Bureau would obtain inputs and co-opt expertise from private sector, nongovernmental organizations, research institutions and technical agencies, both national and international, to achieve these objectives. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • • Bachat Lamp Yojana • Standard and Labeling • ECBC • CDM • Operationalization of SDAs • ADSMs • MDSMs • SMEs • CECF scheme • Institutional strengthening of Bureau Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    •  BLY scheme : to promote energy efficient and high quality CFLs as replacement for Incandescent bulb in household  Standard & labelling scheme :target high energy end equipment and appliance to lay down minimum energy performance standards  ECBC: that sets minimum energy performance standards for new commercial buildings  Agricultural and Municipal DSM: targeting replacement inefficient pump sets and street lights Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    •  Operationalizing EC act by Strengthening institutional Capacity of SDAs: The scheme seeks to build institutional capacity of the newly created SDAs to perform their regulatory ,enforcement and facilitative function in the respective state  Energy efficiency in SMEs scheme :the proposal seeks to promote energy efficiency in SMEs during the XI plan, many energy intensive SMEs cluster located in various state of the country have large potential for energy savings  Contribution to State energy conservation fund(CECF )scheme: SECF is a statutory requirement and is one of the key element of the ECAP  Institutional strengthen of BEE: org. seeking for govt. funding for infra creation for implementation for scheme and project implementation Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Institutional strengthen of BEE  the proposed scheme seeks to provide resource allocation during the XI plan : a. setting up Energy conservation information center (ECIC) for online data collection  Infra and resource augmentation of BEE /other Energy efficiency institution  Support for R&D in energy management in IITs ,and policy research from ASCI ,IIPA etc  Professional certification and accreditation  Bureau is conducting national energy manager and auditor examination every year  Prepared guide books for professionals  Manuals and code  The energy performance code provides the field testing of utility equipment in DC premises  BEE developed for 7 technology i.e.,lighting ,dryer cogeneration plant ,transformer ,fluid piping system ,insulation and air conditioner system (HVAC ) Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Awareness and outreach  The govt. has launched a National campaign on Energy conservation on 14th dec 2004 for spreading awareness among society for EC  Postal stamp on EC were also released by Hon’ble PM ,multimedia for awareness campaigns  Spreading awareness about energy situation ,and saving in daily life  Present a wider variety of energy conservation method to improve energy consumption behavior  Information about power and oil situation of country  Involvement of SDAs in outreach program  National Energy Conservation awards - one of the innovative scheme initiated by the govt. of India .MoP over the last decade to promote EC in country , award for instutionilization the energy efficiency movement in country by identifying and giving recognition to the energy conservation effort by different firm Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Few Statistics Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • ELECTRICAL ENERGY SAVINGS IN MW 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 245 103 90 45 100 122 155 252 308 1999 EQUIVALENT AVOIDED CAPACITY IN MW Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
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    • • SDA’s are statutory bodies set up under section 15 of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001; at the state level to implement the Act , in 33 states • They are the nodal agencies at state level and need to coordinate and cooperate with BEE at the central level to ensure a smooth and speedy implementation of the Act in the country • SDA’s have an important role to play particularly in creating public awareness and enforcement of the EC Act,2001 at the grass root level. • These agencies are different in state to state with renewable energy development agency ,electrical inspectorate and distribution companies • Responsible for capacity building ,enhancing the knowledge about EC ,preparing action plan and project implementation Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Role and responsibility of SDAs • • • • Prepare Annual Action Plan Organize meetings and workshops Capacity building of various stakeholders Support during implementation of Energy Conservation Activities in the states • Identify and implement demonstration projects with high impact value Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Role and responsibility of SDAs • Strengthening the SDAs which would enable them to implement various programs and activities initiated by BEE or SDAs themselves • Institutionalization of the enforcement machinery at the State level • Implementation of various EE demonstration projects in the states to showcase the effectiveness of the most advanced energy efficient technology and pursue state governments to replicate the project in other parts of the state. • LED village campaign in the villages and pursue state governments to replicate the project in other parts of the state. • Continued engagement of SDAs with energy efficiency professionals like energy auditors, energy managers, DCs and ESCOs • Publicity /awareness on EE in the states • Workshops/ training programmes for all the stakeholders Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    •  Bureau of Energy Efficiency had commissioned the National Productivity Council to assess the capacity and capabilities of the SDAs with respect to implementation of the Act.  To implement the scheme a comprehensive Five year action plan consisting of 19 deliverables was prepared by SDAs with the help of NPC Role of SDAs in various BEE schemes Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • STANDARD & LABELLING  Facilitate BEE in the Label verification.  Act as an Independent Agency for Monitoring & Evaluation (IAME) for BEE to conduct the check testing activities.  Contribute in the capacity building of the retailers and showroom salesman activities in their respective states.  Conduct Consumer Awareness Programs to spread awareness among the consumers.  Take up inspection activities as per the provision of EC act (Inspection rules).  Facilitate in ensuring larger penetration for voluntary products. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • BUILDINGS New Commercial Buildings:  Amend ECBC to suit local climatic conditions.  Incorporation in municipal building bye-laws.  Capacity building of architects, designers and verifiers for ECBC compliant buildings.  Formulation of a state level committee comprising , Development Authorities, MCs, PWD, Energy Department and others to monitor compliance of ECBC in the State.  Impart training to building owners on submission of required data as per prescribed format once buildings are notified as DCs. Existing Commercial Buildings:  Facilitate retrofit through ESCO route or by building owners themselves.  Promotion of star labeling scheme of BEE. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • MUNICIPAL DSM  Capacity building of Energy Conservation(EC) Cells of MCs, ULBs.  Facilitation in selection of ULBs for implementation of DPRs prepared during the 11th plan. The criterion for selection are:  Establishment of EC Cell.  Estimation of energy savings potential vis-à-vis investment. Investment preferably around Rs. 1.50 – 2.00 crores with payback of 2 to 3 years.  Facilitation in actual implementation in the ULBs.  Creation of standard protocol for baseline energy consumption, performance contracting, M&V.  Formulation of a state level committee comprising UDD, MCs, ULBs, Development Authorities, Energy Department and others to monitor implementation.  Dissemination of the benefits accrued through implementation. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • AGRICULTURE DSM  Facilitate issue of regulations / notifications by the State Govt. to mandate the use of BEE star labeled pump sets for new connections.  Set up monitoring mechanism to quantify the outcome.  Facilitate integration of existing State Govt. schemes related to agriculture pumpset upgradation with energy efficiency.  Facilitate implementation of DPRs and Monitoring & Verification protocol under AgDSM scheme. SDA to select M&V agency.  Facilitate preparation of new DPRs in selected feeders after obtaining commitment from DISCOM to implement the same.  Technical assistance and capacity development of all stakeholders Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • SME  Facilitate in selection of SME sector for demonstration.  Undertake proactive role in the implementation of 100 demonstration of the 10 common & high saving potential technologies in 10 selected SMEs sectors.  For demonstration, 40% of the project cost will be borne by BEE with remaining being arranged by Industry Associations.  Organize workshops for capacity building and dissemination of information on demonstrated technologies in clusters. • • • Promote SMEs Product Labeling Scheme. Facilitate in enhancing testing facilities in terms of technical/hardware capabilities and human resource development & identification of beneficiary testing facilities. Energy mapping of the SMEs on PAN India basis. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • BACHAT LAMP YOJANA  State level promotion of BLY scheme.  Confidence building of DISCOMs and other stakeholders.  Interactive meetings among BEE,DISCOMs and Investors to discuss salient features of the Project.  Inspect the implementation of scheme along with respective authorities.  Assist DISCOM in preparing the tender document for selecting investors in their region of operation.  Act as an investor to implement the scheme in their respective states. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • CONTRIBUTION TO SECF  Total outlay during 12th plan: Rs. 50.00 crores.  The funds are proposed to be utilized to facilitate market transformation through implementation of energy efficiency projects.  For undertaking energy efficiency projects major part of the funds disbursed under SECF is to be earmarked separately as RIF.  SECF can be made to revolve through the interest buy-down concept, partial credit guarantee concept and performance contracting for Government projects.  The SECF can facilitate to overcome the major barriers for implementation of energy efficiency projects.  The SECF will not be utilized for energy efficiency projects to be executed on grants-in-aid basis (except for few demonstration projects on waste heat recovery).  It is to be used as an instrument to facilitate implementation of energy efficiency projects through market transformation. Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Case study: Project implemented by various SDAs Kerala –Energy management center  identification of technical loss and rationalization of secondary distribution system at selected location  Energy efficient LED street lights in rural and urban area  Touch screen energy information system in schools and colleges  Distribution of 2 FL per consumer in replacement with bulb ,1.2 cr CFLs Uttarakhand –UREDA  Energy efficient street lighting at chakrata road  500 LED street light at Mussoorie  Distribution of LED bulb in various villages  Demo project on restoring of drinking water pumping system in Dehradun Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Awareness activities in SDAs Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • Source  http://www.beeindia.in/content.php?page=schemes/sdas.php  http://beeindia.in/miscellaneous/documents/useful_downloads/Backgr ound%20Note.pdf  Energy conservation –policies and initiative workshop ppts  Energy conservation ACT 2001  http://www.slideshare.net/PlanComIndia/energy-sector-in-the-12thplan  Ureda.uk.gov.in Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES
    • THANK YOU Oct 2013 Nov 2013 © 2013 UPES