Ministry of Power Bureau of Energy
Efficiency
National Energy Conservation Awards 2009
 BEE coordinates this voluntary
activity on behalf of Ministry of
Power
 Due to consistent efforts put in
by BEE, scheme...
INDUSTRY
1. Aluminum
2. Automobile
3. Cement
4. Ceramics
5. Chemicals
6. Chlor Alkali
7. Consumer Goods
8. Dairy
9. Drugs ...
1. Excellence Award - The industrial unit eligible
for Top Rank Award for 3rd year in a row would
be given the highest pri...
3. First Prize - First prizes is
proposed to be given in each
sub-sector in the form of a gold
plated trophy, bearing plaq...
The Union Power Minister, Shri Sushilkumar Shinde addressing at the
National Energy Conservation Day function, in
New Delh...
The President, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil presenting the National Energy
Conservation Awards-2007 to the General Manage...
The Union Power Minister Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde gave away the awards on
the occasion of National Energy Conservation Day...
NECA 2005
On the occasion of NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY Chief Guest
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam His Excellency President ...
NECA 2004
The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh giving away "National Energy
Conservation Awards, 2004" to one of the awa...
Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – IndustriesEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Industries
NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION AWAR...
Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Office BuildingsEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Office Buildings
NECA - 2009 - Evaluat...
Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Hotels & Hospitals BuildingEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Hotels & Hospitals Building...
Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Shopping MallEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Shopping Mall
NECA - 2009 - Evaluation & ...
Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – MunicipalityEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Municipality
Evaluation criteria -MUNICIPA...
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  1. 1. Ministry of Power Bureau of Energy Efficiency National Energy Conservation Awards 2009
  2. 2.  BEE coordinates this voluntary activity on behalf of Ministry of Power  Due to consistent efforts put in by BEE, scheme has become very popular among industries, as is evident from increasing participation level National Energy Conservation AwardsNational Energy Conservation Awards
  3. 3. INDUSTRY 1. Aluminum 2. Automobile 3. Cement 4. Ceramics 5. Chemicals 6. Chlor Alkali 7. Consumer Goods 8. Dairy 9. Drugs & Pharmaceuticals 10. Edible Oil / Vanaspati 11. Fertilizers 12. Forging 13. Food Processing 14. Foundries 15. Glass 16. Integrated Steel 17. Jute 18. Mini Steel 19. Mining 20. Paints & Allied Product 21. Paper & Pulp 22. Petrochemicals 23. Petroleum Pipeline 24. Plastic 25. Refineries 26. Refractory 27. Sugar 28. Steel Re-Rolling 29. Tea 30. Tyre 31. Textile 32. General Category OFFICE BUILDINGS HOTELS & HOSPITALS BUILDING SHOPPING MALL MUNICIPALITIES STATE DESIGNATED AGENCIES - SDAS ZONAL RAILWAYS * AVIATION * MANUFACTURERS - BEE STAR LABELED APPLIANCES * Newly introduced Sectors in 2009
  4. 4. 1. Excellence Award - The industrial unit eligible for Top Rank Award for 3rd year in a row would be given the highest prize, namely "Excellence Award" (instead of Top Rank Award) in recognition of its consistent performance. 2. Top Rank Award - An industrial unit getting the First Position for the third year in a row will be eligible for a "Top Rank Award" for that year.
  5. 5. 3. First Prize - First prizes is proposed to be given in each sub-sector in the form of a gold plated trophy, bearing plaque with appropriate citation on such awards 4. Second Prize - Second prizes is proposed to be given in each sub-sector in the form of a silver plated trophy, bearing plaque with appropriate citation on such awards 5. Certificate of Merit - The third prize will be in the form of “Certificate of Merit”
  6. 6. The Union Power Minister, Shri Sushilkumar Shinde addressing at the National Energy Conservation Day function, in New Delhi on December 14, 2008 NECA 2008
  7. 7. The President, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil presenting the National Energy Conservation Awards-2007 to the General Manager, Western Railway, Shri A.K. Jhingron at the National Energy Conservation Day function, in New Delhi on December 14, 2007 NECA 2007
  8. 8. The Union Power Minister Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde gave away the awards on the occasion of National Energy Conservation Day, in New Delhi on December 14, 2006 NECA 2006
  9. 9. NECA 2005 On the occasion of NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY Chief Guest Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam His Excellency President of India presented National Energy Conservation Awards 2005 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 14th December 2005
  10. 10. NECA 2004 The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh giving away "National Energy Conservation Awards, 2004" to one of the awardee on the occasion of "National Energy Conservation Day", in New Delhi on December 14, 2004
  11. 11. Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – IndustriesEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Industries NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD - 2009 Evaluation and weightage criteria - LARGE/MEDIUM/SMALL Scale Industries S. No. ITEM Max 50 marks     1 ENERGY SAVINGS - Electrical and Thermal   i Electrical Energy (EE) savings in 2008-09   % savings in EE over the previous year (2007-08)                                                                  (10 marks) ii Thermal energy savings in 2008-09   % savings in Thermal Energy over the previous year ( 2007-08)                                             (10 marks) 2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION     %  SEC reduction during 2008-09 over 2007-08                                                                       (20 marks) 3 Specific Energy Consumption Comparisons with the best reported values among the participating units (10 marks)       NOTE: 1. The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the participating units. However for some sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible due to certain peculiar characteristics of the concerned sectors. Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria for a particular sector, which shall be uniformly applied to all the participating units of that sector. 2.The distribution of weightage between specific electrical and thermal energy consumption for a particular sector would be decided by the Award Committee 3.For those particular sector, where it is not feasible to compare SEC with best reported value, 50% of the weightage may be merged with S.No.-2 and the balance 50% with S.No.-1
  12. 12. Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Office BuildingsEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Office Buildings NECA - 2009 - Evaluation & Weightage criteria - Office Buildings Sr. No. ITEM Max 50 marks     1 ENERGY SAVINGS - Electrical and Thermal     Electrical Energy savings in 2008-09     % Saving in EE over the previous year 2007-08 (20 marks) 2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION     % reduction in Electric energy consumption/Total built-up  area during 2008-09 over 2007-08       (20 marks) 3 % reduction in Total energy/ Total built-up area comparison with the best reported values among the participating units (10 marks) Note: The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the Office Buildings. If due to some peculiar characteristics of the participating sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible.Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria, which shall be uniformly applied to all the participating Office Buildings.
  13. 13. Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Hotels & Hospitals BuildingEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Hotels & Hospitals Building NECA - 2009 - Evaluation & Weightage criteria - Hotels and Hospital Buildings S. No. ITEM Max 50 marks     1 ENERGY SAVINGS - Electrical and Thermal (10 marks) i Electrical Energy (EE) savings in 2008-09   % Saving in EE over the previous year 2007-08   ii Thermal energy savings in 2008-09 (10 marks) % Saving in Thermal Energy over the previous year 2007-08   2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION   i % reduction in Electric energy consumption/Total built-up area during  2008-09 over 2007-08       (10 marks) ii % reduction in Thermal energy consumption/Total built-up area during  2008-09 over 2007-08       (10 marks) 3 % reduction in Total energy/built-up area comparison with the best reported values among the participating units (10 marks) NOTE: 1. The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the Hotels and Hospitals buildings. If due to some peculiar characteristics of the participating sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible.Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria, which shall be uniformly applied to all the participating buildings in that particular sector. 2.The distribution of weightage between specific electrical and thermal energy consumption for a particular sector would be decided by the Award Committee 3.For those particular sector, where it is not feasible to compare SEC with best reported value, 50% of the weightage may be merged with S.No.-2 and the balance 50% with S.No.-1
  14. 14. Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – Shopping MallEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Shopping Mall NECA - 2009 - Evaluation & Weightage criteria - Shopping Mall Buildings Sr. No. ITEM Max 50 marks     1 ENERGY SAVINGS - Electrical and Thermal     Electrical Energy savings in lakh kWh for 2008-09     % Saving in EE over the previous year 2007-08 (20 marks) 2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION     % reduction in Electric energy consumption/Total built-up area during  2008-09 over 2007-08       (20 marks) 3 % reduction in Total energy/Total built-up area comparison with the best reported values among the participating units (10 marks)       Note: The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the Shooping Malls. If due to some peculiar characteristics of the participating sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible.Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria, which shall be uniformly applied to all the participating shopping malls.
  15. 15. Evaluation & Weightage Criteria – MunicipalityEvaluation & Weightage Criteria – Municipality Evaluation criteria -MUNICIPALITY S. No. ITEM Max 50 marks     1 ENERGY SAVINGS   i Electrical Energy savings in lakh kWh for 2008-09   % savings in EE over the previous year (2007-08)                                                                  (10 marks) 2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION   i Specific Electrical Energy Consumption in street lighting  (kWh/km street  lighted)   %  SEC reduction during 2008-09 over 2007-08                                                                       (10 marks) ii Specific Electrical Energy Consumption in drinking water pumping   (kWh/million m3 / km)   %  SEC reduction during 2008-09 over 2007-08                                                                       (10 marks) iii Specific Electrical Energy Consumption in sewage pumping   (kWh/million m3 / km)   %  SEC reduction during 2008-09 over 2007-08                                                                       (10 marks) 3 Specific Energy Consumption Comparisons with the best reported values among the participating units (10 marks) NOTE: The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the municipalities. If due to some peculiar characteristics of the participating sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible.Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria, which shall be uniformly applied to all the municipalities.
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