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    • Ener gy Eff icient Presented to: Ms. Swati Patel B-4 Mitesh Bhatt B-14 Amit Gurav B-24 Gaurav Majethiya B-34 Bankim Parmar B-44 Santosh B-54 Dhara Tamhane Presented by: Dt: 26/12/2009
    • Present Status of India
      • The economy of India is the twelfth largest economy in the world
      • It has the world's second largest labour force
      • The index of industrial production has gone up from 7.9 in 1950-51 to 154.7 in 1999-2000
      • Electricity generation went up from 5.1 billion Kwh to 480.7 billion Kwh in the same period.
      • Production of Commercial Energy has increased by 370% in last 50 years.
    • Main Factors of India’s development Agriculture Industrialization Globalization IT Revolution Infrastructure
    • “ Energy is the driving force in all of the above factors” Solar Energy Thermal Energy Hydral Energy Nuclear Energy Wind Energy Tidal Energy
    • India’s Energy Sources
    • India’s Energy Consumption
    • Why energy efficiency is required?
      • To deliver a sustained economic growth rate of 8% to 9% till 2031-32so that the life time energy needs of all citizens will be satisfied.
      • For that, India needs to increase its primary energy supply by 3 to 4 times and electricity generation capacity about 6 times.
      • As a result energy service demand growth rates will keep on increasing because of accelerated industrialization, urbanization, and an emerging consumer society.
    • Why India is not able to achieve 100% efficiency…??
      • Lack of Energy management system
      • Inappropriate Safety Measures.
      • Corruption
      • Lack of Advanced Technology.
    • 14 th December: National energy conservation day
      • The Union Power Minister, Shri Sushilkumar Shinde addressing at the National Energy Conservation Day function, in New Delhi on December 14, 2009.
      • National energy awards winners of year 2009 were declared on that day.
      • Western Railway won award for efficient use of energy.
      “ Conserving energy is our collective responsibility for a better tomorrow.”
    • Schemes for Promoting Energy Efficiency in India during 2007-2012 by govt. of India
      • 1)Bachat Lamp Yojana
      • To promote energy efficient and high quality CFLs as replacement for incandescent bulbs in househol ds.
      • 2)Standards & Labeling Scheme
      • It targets high energy end use equipments and appliances to lay down minimum energy Performance standards
    • Schemes. Cont…
      • 3)Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC)
      • That sets minimum energy performance standards for new commercial buildings.
      • 4) Energy Efficiency in Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) Scheme.
      • The proposal seeks to promote Energy Efficiency in SMEs during the XI plan. Many energy-intensive SMEs clusters located in various states of the country have large potential for energy savings.
      Energy efficient building of IIT Kapur
    • Efficiency   Oil (barrels /day) Natural Gas (cubic feet) Coal (tons) Production 880,000 barrels 1,119 billion 528.5 million Consumption 2.8 million barrels 1,473 billion 578.6 million Efficiency 31.43% 75.97% 91.34%
    • What should we do..???
    • … Questions…