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EfficientCarbon's corporate profile for Renewable Energy.

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  • The Energy (R)Evolution• The world is at the cusp of an energy revolution.• Renewable Energy promises to be the hero for energy parched economies and is no longer ‘Alternative’ Energy anymore• Over the last decade 430,000 MW of renewable energy capacity has been installed, with global total investment reaching a record $ 257 billion in 2011• Solar PV prices have fallen on average by 60%, promising cheaper and sustainable power for everyone and reaching grid parity soon.
  • The Indian Renewable Energy Scenario • The entire public policy on Solar for India is dictated by the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission launched in 2009. It talks about achieving 20,000MW of energy generation through Solar in three phases: – 1000 MW by 2013 – Additional 3000 MW by 2017 – Finally reach 20,000 MW by 2022 • In addition to this, each state is announcing its own solar policy, eg: – Tamilnadu – 3000 MW (1000 MW - Grid connected, 1000 MW - REC & 1000 MW – Off grid) – Andhra Pradesh – 1000 MW • Wind power has immense potential in India with total power capacity projected to 779 GW in 2035. • This huge push for renewable energy will ensure India will be among the largest markets in the world for Renewable Energy.
  • So how are you placed to make the most of this opportunity?
  • Let’s Build!
  • Who We Are? EfficientCarbon is a specialist consulting firm advising its clients in the areas ofSustainability, Renewable Energy & Carbon Management
  • Services We Offer
  • What We Speak About? A collection of most frequently used words from our blog: www.efficientcarbon.com/blog
  • Our Team
  • Advisory Team
  • Our Partnership With NetBalance, Australia Net Balance is one of the largest advisory firms in Australia offering services in sustainability strategy, reporting & assurance, climate change mitigation and adaptation, environment, stakeholder engagement and economics. It has offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and London. EfficientCarbon is their partner in India. A Selected List of Net Balance’s clients:www.netbalance.com
  • Our Work - Selected Clients
  • Our Work - Solar AdvisoryClient 1 – 250 kW Grid Connected Solar Power plant: Providing Concept to Commission services for anewly formed power projects company where the work includes Policy Advisory, Technical andFinancial Analysis, Turnkey Project Management and REC Process Consulting. Next in the offing is a 10MW Solar plant for the same client.Client 2 – 1MW and 250 kW Grid Connected Solar Power plant: A reputed EPC company for ThermalPower plants wanted to enter the Solar Grid connected power area. EfficientCarbon providedfeasibility advisory services for two of their grid connected plants of 1MW and 250 KW capacity wherethe work included Policy Advisory, Technical and Financial Feasibility AnalysisClient 3 – Off-grid solar power plants go to market implementation: Provided go-to market service toa reputed LED and off-grid solar products manufacturing company as a part of the JNNSM NABARDoff-grid home lighting scheme in Guntur. Established and scaled up the distribution channel for thecompany from 0 to 45 member team in 1 district for sustainable and independent management.
  • Our Work – Sustainability & Carbon Management Sagar Global Business School - SGBS: SGBS is a part of the Sagar Group, Andhra Pradesh. EfficientCarbon has designed and implemented a unique specialisation in Green Business for the management students of the institution with emphasis on Building Sustainable Enterprises, Green Finance and Mitigating & Adapting to Climate Change as future managers. This course will be standardised and will be offered as an inherent specialisation for the future batches of this institution. Maha Cements: Maha Cements is a partly owned company of the CRH group, Ireland. When the CRH group had to report its emissions worldwide, it issued a directive to Maha Cements to report its emissions and set targets to reduce them. EfficientCarbon helped Maha Cements account for its emissions and set a baseline of emissions in the Scope 1, 2 and 3 categories. EfficientCarbon also helped set a strategy to achieve 20% reduction in its emissions through a combination of alternate fuels, transportation efficiency and reduced electricity consumption. Capital IQ: Capital IQ is a leading provider of data and analytics for global financial professionals. A Standard and Poor business, it serves more than 4200 clients across the world. Supported by IYCN, EfficientCarbon completed a Carbon Footprint Assessment of the company and mapped its entire emissions into Scope 1, 2 and 3 categories as per the accepted GHG protocol standards. Then, a target to reduce emissions across the organisation was agreed with the company and the necessary recommendations were made.
  • Our Work – Energy EfficiencyCancer Institute: A philanthropic hospital, housing 423 beds of which 297 are free treating over 1,25,000 patientsannually. EfficientCarbon, conducted an energy audit and provided solutions to reduce its energy consumption bymore than 20% annually. This was through multiple solutions that required zero or minimal investment. The effectivepayback of the investments recommended were at less than 2 years.APCOB: AP Cooperative Bank is a scheduled bank having a vast network connected via Rural branches. As a part ofits energy efficiency program, EfficientCarbon has completed an energy audit and identified more than 30% ofenergy savings in the facility. Soon, this model will be replicated across its facilities in India and APCOB will look atsaving lakhs of rupees in energy bills every year.International Copper Promotion Council of India - ICPCI: Almost 80% of electrical energy consumption in industriescome from motors. EfficientCarbon is providing tools for ICPCI to help estimate the energy consumption by motors,their replacement time, savings potential and thereby promote energy efficiency in motors. This will be provided tocompanies and industries that include PAT customers, SMEs and large energy consuming units.
  • Our Work – Training and OutreachIYCN & US Consulate: Supported by the US Consulate , IYCN conducted intensive training for people from variedbackground on Carbon Accounting and Energy Auditing. EfficientCarbon conducted the necessary technical sessionsfor the attendees and trained them in pursuing Carbon Accounting and Energy Auditing. The teams went on toconduct multiple audits in other organisations under the guidance of EfficientCarbon.EWB & APPCB: When APPCB and EWB wanted to educate under graduate engineers about the effects of climatechange, importance of environment and how to reduce Carbon Footprint, EfficientCarbon executed the entireprogram touching almost 1000 students in 5 colleges. Now, the team is working actively to introduce the conceptof ‘Green Squads’ in engineering , degree and medical colleges across AP.
  • Contact usHarsha: +91 9000345588Pradeep: +91 9052224701Office: +91 40 40128206gogreen@efficientcarbon.comwww.efficientcarbon.comwww.twitter.com/efficientcarbonwww.facebook.com/efficientcarbon
  • "Sustainability is not only absolutely necessary considering thesituation our planet is in, we as companies are also overdue totake responsibility. We cant wait for governments. Companieshave to lead the way… - Jochen Zeitz, CEO, Puma Corp. Thank You