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ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings
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ECBC Training_Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings

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  • 1. Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Commercial Buildings Bureau Of Energy Efficiency Ministry of Power Government of India
  • 2. Need for Building Energy Efficient Cities in India? • In 2020 almost 500 Million people will be living in Urban India • Cities have a central role to play in the reduction of CO2 emissions and the fight against climate change. • Cities can mitigate climate change by reducing energy consumption in the construction, maintenance and refurbishment of buildings. • Building sector contribution to overall electricity consumption has grown from 15% in 1970-71 to 34% in 2010-11 and therefore offer the largest cost-effective opportunity for savings.
  • 3. OVERVIEW OF INDIAN BUILDING SECTOR Indian Building Sector Residential Sector Commercial Sector Contributes to 24% of total electricity consumption Contributes to 10% of total electricity consumption Annual Electricity consumption by Indian Building sector was 236,620 GWh (2010-11(p)) Source: CEA
  • 4. Electricity Consumption comparison between Commercial and Residential Buildings Electricity Consumption Pattern in Residential Buildings Electricity Consumption Pattern in Commercial Buildings
  • 5. Policy/ Regulatory Framework for New Buildings • Ensures Comfort • Ensures Safety • Attempts but doesn’t ensure energy efficiency Design Standards NBC/ Municipal Building bye- laws • Energy Conservation Building Code Energy Standard Linkage of NBC with ECBC Harmonization of ECBC with NBC 2005 has been finalized by including a chapter “Approach to Sustainability” which would be adopted in all future constructions in the country.
  • 6. Energy Conservation Building Code • ECBC has been developed as a voluntary code for all new commercial building having a connected load of 100 kW and above. ECBC provided minimum performance standards for following components : – Building Envelope (Walls, Roofs, Windows) – Lighting (Indoor and Outdoor) – Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System – Solar Hot Water Heating – Electrical Systems • Voluntary introduction of ECBC in May 2007; mandatory after capacity building and implementation experience • While the ECBC has been developed by BEE, its enforcement lies with the State governments and urban local bodies through notification within their states as per their regional requirements.
  • 7. Status of States for ECBC Implementation S. No. Update Status Name of States/UTs 1 States where ECBC has been notified in 11th plan period Rajasthan and Odisha 2 States which have amended ECBC for their state in 11th plan period Uttar Pradesh, Kerala,Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Haryana 3 States where ECBC has been notified in 12th plan period Uttrakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Karnataka and UT of Puducherry 4 States which have amended ECBC for their state in 12th plan period Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra ,West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh 5 States which are targeted to notify ECBC by the end of 12th plan period All states
  • 8. •State specific adaptation of ECBC •Amendments in existing bye laws •Amendments in standard templates for public buildings •Amendment in PWD SoRs •Support to public construction agency like PWD •Support to increase in-house capacity •Implementing star rating program •Preparation of compliance documentation guidelines •Establishment of organization structures and inter- institutional mechanisms for effective ECBC implementation Support provided to states
  • 9. Policy/ Regulatory Framework for Existing Buildings • Star Rating Program for buildings is based on actual performance of the building in terms of specific energy usage (kWh/sq m/year). Applicable for three categories of buildings i.e Day Use Office Building, BPO & Shopping Mall BEE Star Rating of Buildings • captures various energy efficiency measures based on economic analysis of the energy efficiency measures that bring about energy savings due to reduced energy consumption Investment Grade Energy Audit for Government Buildings
  • 10. Targets for ECBC Scheme 12th Plan Period Objective: • 75 % of all new starts of commercial buildings are ECBC compliant • 20% of the existing commercial buildings reduce energy consumption through retrofits Instruments: • Adoption of ECBC by states • Integration of ECBC within building bye-laws • Capacity building of states for ECBC implementation • Demonstration projects • Availability of energy efficient material to support implementation • Declaration of certain building categories as designated consumers • Extension of Star Rating Scheme for other categories of buildings • Implementation of retrofits in existing buildings Outcome: • Energy saving of 5.07 BU from commercial buildings
  • 11. Indo US PACE D (Indo US Partnership to Advance Clean Energy- Deployment) Indo Swiss BEE-SDC BEEP Project UNDP GEF BEE 5/5/2014 11Energy Conservation Building Code Bilateral/Multilateral programmes
  • 12. 5/5/2014 12Energy Conservation Building Code S.No Project Components Objective 1 Institutional Capacity Development To build capacity of states for adoption, enforcement and implementation of ECBc 2 Technical Capacity Development To create a cadre of ECBC design professionals/ architects/ SDA officials etc 3 ECBC Compliance Demonstrations To demonstrate ECBC complaint buildings in different categories in different climatic zone and few projects have been selected as per detail given in next slide 4 Fiscal & Regulatory Frameworks for EE Buildings To create market for Energy Effficient Building construction through financial mechanism 5 Information and Awareness Enhancement To create awareness among the people about the Energy Efficient buildings and its impact on Electricity Consumption by publishing news letters, articles , case studies etc. UNDP-GEF –BEE Project Components
  • 13. Thank You www.bee-india.nic.in email:snoor@beenet.in

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