IESA Road map and
Current opportunities for
Energy Storage in India
26th Feb 2014
India Energy Storage Alliance
• Customized introduced the concept of IESA in May 2012 at the Electricity
Storage Associati...
India Energy Storage Alliance
• Leading energy storage related policy initiatives
 Chairperson of Working group on Renewa...
IESA-KPN Members
• IESA Welcome 5 new IESA-KPN members to the platform

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Member Resources

“IESA – KPN Membership” Getting started Guide
How to access the Knowledge Resource through IESA ( http:/...
Member Resources
Step 1: visit the website http://www.indiaesa.info and click on the Member’s Login icon in top of the pag...
Member Resources
Step 3: After login, you will find the categories under which resource materials are listed.

Step 4: Cli...
Member Resources
Step 5: In other way you can select your desired resource in any specific category under ‘Resource tab >>...
Member’s Benifits
How to avail special discounts as an IESA-KPN member in IESA Features events?
Step 1: In order to avail ...
Member’s Benifits
How to avail special discounts on IESA published Reports?
As an IESA KPN member, IESA always want to hel...
IESA Industry Reports
•

As part of its market analysis and research on opportunities related to Energy Storage
Systems (E...
IESA Website Overview
• Recent updates
 Industry News
 IESA News
 Spot Light
 India Energy Storage Projects

• Planned...
IESA Road Map 2014
1. Continue working with key stake holders and policy makers for developing national and
state level po...
IESA Road Map 2014
3. Undertaking research on mapping various storage technologies with high potential

applications in In...
India Group Stand Participation at Energy Storage Germany
India Energy Storage Alliance(IESA) is a proud partner for Energ...
IESA Road Map 2014
5. IESA is also a founding member of Global Energy Storage Alliance, which is a new

initiative to prom...
Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India
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Energy Storage opportunity for ‘Smart Grid Vision and Roadmap for Ind...
Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India
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National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP)
 Transportation i...
Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India
Energy Storage Applications for Indian Scenario:

 Renewable Energy (RE...
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  1. 1. IESA Road map and Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India 26th Feb 2014
  2. 2. India Energy Storage Alliance • Customized introduced the concept of IESA in May 2012 at the Electricity Storage Association Annual meeting in Washington DC • IESA over past 12 months has developed key strategic partnership with global organizations • Organized 2 technical tours for building partnerships for storage technologies in India • In Dec 2013, IESA organized India’s 1st international conference on energy storage and microgrids, which was attended by over 300 delegates from 12 countries. This year, we are anticipating over 500 delegates from 15+ countries. 2
  3. 3. India Energy Storage Alliance • Leading energy storage related policy initiatives  Chairperson of Working group on Renewable Integration, Microgrids and Energy Storage for Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission  Member, National taskforce on Renewable Integration for CEA and Ministry of Power  Associate member of India Smart Grid Forum • IESA Knowledge Partner network was launched in 2013  During past year IESA has received tremendous response from various stakeholders and has a growing list of members that have joined IESAKnowledge partner Network.  The IESA membership is diverse and includes manufacturers, academic / research institutions, technology and materials developers, start-ups, engineering firms, systems integrators, as well as large end-users. • 3
  4. 4. IESA-KPN Members • IESA Welcome 5 new IESA-KPN members to the platform 4
  5. 5. Member Resources “IESA – KPN Membership” Getting started Guide How to access the Knowledge Resource through IESA ( http://indiaesa.info )? 5
  6. 6. Member Resources Step 1: visit the website http://www.indiaesa.info and click on the Member’s Login icon in top of the page. Step 2: Enter your system generated username and Password, which was earlier mailed to you. If you forgot your password/username, you can find the links for your help. Otherwise you can email us at contact@indiaesa.info for support. 6
  7. 7. Member Resources Step 3: After login, you will find the categories under which resource materials are listed. Step 4: Click on the resource category in which you are interested. (As an example here we demonstrated the category as Presentation) 7
  8. 8. Member Resources Step 5: In other way you can select your desired resource in any specific category under ‘Resource tab >> Member’s Document’ section in the main menu bar. (As an example here we have demonstrated the category as Partner Resources) Step 6: After downloading the needful resource, you can log out from the active use. For any more queries you email us at contact@indiaesa.info mentioning your membership details. 8
  9. 9. Member’s Benifits How to avail special discounts as an IESA-KPN member in IESA Features events? Step 1: In order to avail special discounts in any of the IESA Featured Events in India or Abroad, Please check the IESA website for the event details. Step 2: After going through Individual event details, you can register for your selected event in the respective website with discount code, which will be mailed to you regularly through IESA Information bulletin. For any more queries you email us at contact@indiaesa.info mentioning your membership details. 9
  10. 10. Member’s Benifits How to avail special discounts on IESA published Reports? As an IESA KPN member, IESA always want to help members on the strategy and knowledge by providing different sector/market specific report developed by its internal research team. Step 1: You can find the executive summary or brief about the reports in IESA Industry Reports section directly Step 2: After going through the executive summary, you can book the detailed Report through email/phone call mentioning your IESA KPN Membership details. Special discount details will be mailed periodically to the members with discount code through IESA Information bulletin. For any more queries you email us at contact@indiaesa.info mentioning your membership details 10
  11. 11. IESA Industry Reports • As part of its market analysis and research on opportunities related to Energy Storage Systems (ESS) applications in India IESA has released the following reports • IESA will be releasing the following reports in the coming months. • Other reports planned for 2014  Applications of Energy Storage for Defense Sector in India  Applications of Energy Storage for Agricultural Sector in India  Applications of Energy Storage for Commercial Sector in India 11
  12. 12. IESA Website Overview • Recent updates  Industry News  IESA News  Spot Light  India Energy Storage Projects • Planned additions  Member profiles  Members in News  Quarterly IESA Magazine  IESA Podcast  REP / new project announcements 12
  13. 13. IESA Road Map 2014 1. Continue working with key stake holders and policy makers for developing national and state level policies related to energy storage applications for energy access, renewable integration, diesel replacement, ancillary services and electric transportation.        Collaborations with INWEA and WTMA WISE – Shakti Foundation – Coal Conference MERC SGCC Committee CERC Ancillary Service report CEA – ISGF workshop – Gujarat MNRE – meetings ARPA-e Innovation Conference 2. Developing a detailed white paper with support from one of our partner on ancillary service markets in India and role of energy storage technologies in improving grid reliability and power quality. 13
  14. 14. IESA Road Map 2014 3. Undertaking research on mapping various storage technologies with high potential applications in India such as renewable integration and diesel replacement. 4. Focusing on building international partnerships by bringing special IESA delegations and hosting IESA Pavilions to showcase member companies at key global events such as  Energy Storage Europe (Dusseldorf, Germany – March)  IESA benefits (20% discount – in addition to early bird discount till 28th)  IESA Pavilion option (details on next page)      ESA Annual Meeting - Washington DC, USA (June 2014) Energy Storage China (June 2014) Energy Storage North America (Sept 2014) Energy Storage Summit – Japan (November 2014) Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Conference (Eilat, Israel, November) 14
  15. 15. India Group Stand Participation at Energy Storage Germany India Energy Storage Alliance(IESA) is a proud partner for Energy Storage, Germany event. IESA would take a 12sqm booth. Maximum 4 exhibitors; The stand would be located in the main exhibition / catering zone – very good location. • • • • • • • • • 1/4th of a 12 m2 booth wall construction white 200 cm high 4 halogen spotlights Grounded socket / electrical connection 4 bar stools 1 Bar table 1 Gable table 46’’ LCD Monitor with Fixation However EACH PARTICIPANT would get • 1 Brochure stand • 1 “3-Day Conference Ticket“ free of charge The price for this is for EACH COMPANY € 1.500 plus VAT. If companies wish to buy an additional Tickets, they get 50% discount on the price (currently 1.095€ so they would get it for 547,50 Euro) 15
  16. 16. IESA Road Map 2014 5. IESA is also a founding member of Global Energy Storage Alliance, which is a new initiative to promote energy storage across the country. 6. We have started our preparation for the second Energy Storage India event scheduled on December 3-5,2014 in New Delhi. The inaugural ESI event was attended by over 300 delegates from 12 countries. Bloomberg TV- India also hosted 30 minutes program based on the conference. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5jrVjYijqc 16
  17. 17. Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India • Energy Storage opportunity for ‘Smart Grid Vision and Roadmap for India’ (Based on Press Release by Ministry of Power’s (MoP) SmartGrid Roadmap in India at the Power Ministers Conference in Delhi on 10th Sep 2013)     Access, availability of power via Microgrids, Renewable sources & Energy Storage Smart Grid, Energy Storage to help Electric Mobility Reduction in Transmission and distribution losses National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM)  Development of Microgrids, energy storage options, virtual power plants (VPP), solar photovoltaic to grid (PV2G), and building to grid (B2G) technologies in order to manage peak demand, optimally use installed capacity and eliminate load shedding and black-outs.  Microgrids in 1000 villages/industrial parks/commercial hubs by 2017, 10,000 villages/industrial parks/commercial hubs by 2022, and 20,000 villages/industrial parks/commercial hubs by 2027 which can island from the main grid during peak hours or grid disturbances.  Setting up of Renewable Energy Monitoring Centre's (REMCs) and Energy Storage Systems to facilitate grid integration of renewable generation 17
  18. 18. Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India • • National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP)  Transportation in India is in the midst of significant change, driven by rising fuel costs, rapid urbanization, environmental concerns, and development of new technologies in developing transportation solutions.  Highlights of government of India’s National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020  Projected sales of 6-7 million units of new full range of electric vehicles.  Government of India plans to invest INR 13,000 crores (US $ 2 billion) to incentivize private players into the EV sector; and to help the government save in fuel costs. JNNSM Phase II  JNNSM Phase II has laid emphasis on the areas where grid has not reached, or the areas where grid has reached but the electricity is not available. JNNSM Phase II will also focus on solar off grid generating systems, solar home lighting systems and various other forms of solar based heating/cooling/thermal applications. 18
  19. 19. Current opportunities for Energy Storage in India Energy Storage Applications for Indian Scenario:  Renewable Energy (RE) Integration  Replacement of Diesel Generator (DG)  Grid Regulating Service  Frequency Regulation/Support  Load Shifting or Energy Arbitrage     Transmission or Distribution Deferral  SEZ / Townships under Licensee/Franchise model Micro-grid and rural electrification  Telecom Towers  Data centers  Activities Indian telecom companies have placed orders worth $300 M for LiIon batteries in 2013. Chhatrapur, Odisha new smart grid town in the state. IT/IT-enabled services and the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) network will be next drivers for energy storage in India. Battery storage room is compulsory for new real estates in Chandigarh, India.  Electric Vehicles 19
  20. 20. Contact US New York, NY Folsom, CA Philadelphia, PA Midlothian, VA Richardson, TX Mumbai, India Carmel, IN Customized Energy Solutions Ltd. 22nd 1528 Walnut Street, Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102 USA Phone: +1-215-875-9440 Fax: +1-215-875-9490 info@ces-ltd.com Pune, India Rahul Walawalkar Ph.D., CEM, CDSM Customized Energy Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. Vice President, Emerging Technologies & Markets, Customized Energy Solutions Executive Director, IESA & Secretary, ESA Email: rwalawalkar@ces-ltd.com Phone: +91-950-303-1765 A 501, GO Square Aundh - Hinjewadi Link Rd, Wakad Pune, Maharashtra 411057 India Phone: 91-20-32407682 info@ces-ltd.com 20
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