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Case study : 300% savings with SIMPLE Energy Efficiency

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A Case study of saving 300% in Electrical Bills and Energy :Essel world Useing Energy Efficient Devices

This case study was done in 2008 or Essel World
The then, GM was Jude Monterio. We thank him for providing us an opportunity to study in detail their electrical installation and useage.

The use of energy efficient devices a CFL in lieu of a Incadescent bulb, or better replaced with a LED lamp helps save 300% to 500% in the Electrical bills, also saving approx 28 Megawatt of power

All figures provided are based on cost of energy at the time prevalent

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Case study : 300% savings with SIMPLE Energy Efficiency

  1. 1. ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  2. 2. EsselWorld is a theme park owned by Pan India Paryatan Pvt. Ltd. (PIPPL). It is situated in Gorai, Mumbai, India and was established in 1986. EsselWorld along with its counterparts, Water Kingdom, are stretched over 64 acres of land. Together, they are recognized as India’s Largest Amusement And Water Park as well as Asia’s Largest Theme Water Park. EsselWorld, along with Adlabs Imagica, are the only amusement parks in India that are said to be up to international standards. It draws in an estimated 1.8 million visitors annually. Location Gorai, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Coordinates 19.232°N 72.806°E Opened 1986 Area 64 acres (0.26 km2) LOGOS USED ARE PROPERTY OF ESSELWORLD THEY ARE USED FOR REFERNECE ONLY. Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  3. 3. z ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME This presentation is a case study where the Client saving in terms of energy (reduction of the carbon footprint) illustrated Solution A Annual Electricity Used Before 28647 KW Annual Electricity Used After 6138 KW Savings 22508 KW Solution B Annual Electricity Used Before 28647 KW Annual Electricity Used After 4778 KW Savings 23869 KW Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  4. 4. ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME This presentation is a case study where the Client saving in terms of energy (SAVINGS in …(Cash) Solution A Annual Electricity Bills Before INR ` 343768 Annual Electricity Bills After INR ` 57335 Savings INR ` 286433 Solution B Annual Electricity Bills Before INR ` 372415 Annual Electricity Bills After INR ` 79803 Savings INR ` 292612 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  5. 5. Comparison COMPARATIVE Chart LED Lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs (LEDs) Incandescent Bulbs Compact Fluorescents (CFLs) Energy Efficiency & Energy Costs Life Span (average) 50,000 hours 1,200 hours 8,000 hours Watts of electricity 6 ‐ 8 watts 60 watts 13‐15 watts used Light Output Lumens Watts Watts Watts 450 4 to 5 40 6 to 8 800 8 to 9 60 13‐15 1,100 9 to 13 75 18‐25 1,600 16‐20 100 23‐30 2,600 25‐28 150 30‐55 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com CENTRE FOR APPLICATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY WEBSITE : HTTP://WWW.CARE-INDIA.COM EMAIL CARE@CARE-INDIA.COM
  6. 6. ENERGY EFFICIENCY & ENERGY COSTS Comparison Chart LED Lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs (LEDs) Incandescent Bulbs Compact Fluorescents (CFLs) Energy Efficiency & Energy Costs Kilo‐watts of Electricity used (30 Incandescent 329 KWh/yr 3285 yr 767 KWh/yr Bulbs per year equivalent) yr. KWh/yr. yr. Annual Operating Cost (30 Incandescent Bulbs per year equivalent) @ `6 /Kwh ` 1974 ` 19710 ` 4602 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy CENTRE FOR APPLICATIOeNm OaFi lR: EcNaErWe@ABcLaEr eE-NiEnRdGiaY. c o m W E B hStItTpE: :/ /H wTTwPw://.W cWaWre.C-iAnRdEia-I.NcDoIAm.COM EMAIL CARE@CARE-INDIA.COM
  7. 7. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Comparison Chart LED Lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs Compact (LEDs) Incandescent Bulbs Fluorescents (CFLs) Energy Efficiency & Energy Costs Contains the TOXIC M No No Yes ‐ Mercury is very toxic to your health and the Mercury environment RoHS Compliant Yes Yes No ‐ contains 1mg‐5mg of Mercury and is a major risk to the environment Carbon Dioxide Emissions (30 bulbs per year) CARBON FOOTPRINT 451 pounds/year 4500 pounds/year 1051 pounds/year Prepared by centre for applicatioCEn NoTRf Ere FneOwRa AblPeP eLneICrgAyTIOeNm OaFi lR: EcNaErWe@ABcLaEr eE-NiEnRdGiaY. c o m W E B hStItTpE: :/ /H wTTwPw://.W cWaWre.C-iAnRdEia-I.NcDoIAm.COM EMAIL CARE@CARE-INDIA.COM
  8. 8. IMPORTANT FACTS Comparison Chart Important facts LED Lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs (LEDs) Incandescent Bulbs (CFLs) Energy Efficiency & Energy Costs Sensitivity to None Some Yes ‐ may not work under low temperatures negative 10 degrees Fahrenheit or over 120 degrees Fahrenheit Sensitive to humidity No Some Yes On/off Cycling Switching quickly Yes ‐ can reduce p lifespan N No Eff t Effect S Some drastically a CFL on/off quickly, in a closet for instance, may decrease the lifespan of the bulb. Turns on instantly Yes Yes No ‐ takes time to warm up Very LEDs Not glass or Not glass can Durability Durable ‐ can handle jarring and bumping Very Durable ‐ filament can break easily Very Durable ‐ break easily Heat Emitted 3.4 btu's/hour 85 btu's/hour 30 btu's/hour Failure Modes Not typical Some Yes ‐ may catch on fire, smoke, or omit an odor Prepared by centre for applicatioCEn NoTRf Ere FneOwRa AblPeP eLneICrgAyTIOeNm OaFi lR: EcNaErWe@ABcLaEr eE-NiEnRdGiaY. c o m W E B hStItTpE: :/ /H wTTwPw://.W cWaWre.C-iAnRdEia-I.NcDoIAm.COM EMAIL CARE@CARE-INDIA.COM
  9. 9. Lighting Good lighting that allows us to enjoy the area we are in is a key aspect of any lighting project. The aim is to make visual tasks easier through aesthetic solutions that are energy efficient and of good designed.For years, CARE Lighting has been satisfying the needs of the lighting market with an enviable capacity for adaptation. CARE Lighting technically advises architects e ab e capac ty o adaptat o C g t g tec ca y ad ses a c tects and designers to enable them to find solutions that will best adapt to each project. Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  10. 10. PRESENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION No Lamp Nos Wattage Hrs Used Energy Usage Kw Cost @13 p/Kwh p g Day Daily Monthly Annual Monthly Annual 1 Florescent Lamps 12 55 14 10.78 323.4 3880.8 4204.2 50450.4 2 CFL 8 11 14 2.156 64.68 776.16 840.84 10090.08 3 Incadescent 36 40 14 7.84 235.2 2822.4 3057.6 36691.2 4 PC 12 300 14 58.8 1764 21168 22932 275184 Total 68 80 2387 28647 31034 372415 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  11. 11. Solution A : Energy Efficient devices E U K C K h No Lamp Nos Wattage Hrs Used Energy Useage Kw Cost @13 pKwh Daily Monthly Annual Monthly Annual 1 Electronic Chokes 12 30 14 5.88 176.4 2116.8 2293.2 27518.4 2 LED Lamp 3*3W 8 3 14 0.588 17.64 211.68 229.32 2751.84 3 LED Lamp 1*3W 36 9 14 1.764 52.92 635.04 687.96 8255.52 4 PC Flat Screen 12 45 14 8.82 264.6 3175.2 3439.8 41277.6 Total 68 17. 511 6138 6650 79803 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  12. 12. Solution A : Energy Efficient devices No Lamp Nos Wattage Hrs Used Energy Usage Kw Cost @13 p/Kwh Daily Monthly Annual Monthly Annual 1 Present 68 406 56 79.576 2387.28 28647.36 31034.64 372415.68 2 Efficiency 68 87 56 17.052 511.56 6138.72 6650.28 79803.36 Annual Nett Saving 0 319 0 62.5 1875 22508 24384 292612 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  13. 13. PRESENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION No Lamp Nos Wattage Energy Useage Kw Cost @13 pKwh Hrs Used Daily Monthly Annual Monthly Annual 1 Florescent Lamps 12 55 14 10.78 323.4 3880.8 4204.2 50450.4 2 CFL 8 11 14 2.156 64.68 776.16 840.84 10090.08 3 Incadescent 36 40 14 7.84 235.2 2822.4 3057.6 36691.2 4 PC 12 300 14 58.8 1764 21168 22932 275184 Total 68 79.576 2387 28647 31034 372415 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  14. 14. Solution B : Energy Efficient devices No Lamp Nos Wattage Hrs Used Energy Useage Kw Cost @13 pKwh Daily Monthly Annual Monthly Annual 1 LED Tubes 12 8 14 1.344 40.32 483.84 524.16 6289.92 2 LED Lamp 8 3 14 0.336 10.08 120.96 131.04 1572.48 3 LED Tubes 36 8 14 4.032 120.96 1451.52 1572.48 18869.76 4 PC 12 45 14 7.56 226.8 2721.6 2948.4 35380.8 Total 68 13 398 4777 5176 62112 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  15. 15. COST of hardware FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY No Lamp Nos Price Cost 1 Electronic Chokes 12 315 3780 2 Led Tubes 8 900 7200 3 Led Lamp 36 1200 43200 4 Flat Screens 12 5000 60000 Total 56 114180 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  16. 16. COST of hardware FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY No Lamp Nos Price Cost 1 Florescent Lamps 12 900 10800 2 CFL 16 225 3600 3 Incadescent 36 900 32400 4 Flat Screens 12 5000 60000 Total 64 106800 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  17. 17. Solution B Energy Efficient devices No Lamp Nos Energy Used/Day in Kwh Cost in Rs @13 per Kwh Day Monthly Annual Day Monthly Annual 1 Present 68 79.576 2387.28 28647.36 1034.488 31034.64 343768.32 2 After 68 13.272 398.16 4777.92 172.536 5176.08 57335.04 Nett Saving 66.304 1989 23869 861 25858 286433 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  18. 18. SOLAR ENERGY BASICS http // slideshare net/http://www.slideshare.careindia/ understanding-solar-energy Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  19. 19. Solar Energy Generation Plant Cost of Solar Generation Plant @ Present Energy Consumption Kwh Gen Cost per Kwh Cost in Lakhs 79.576 200000 159.152 Cost of Solar Generation Plant after Efficiency Kwh Gen Cost per Kwh Cost in Lakhs 17.05 200001 34.1 SAVINGS in Cost of Solar Generation Plant in Lakhs 125.05 ROI Present Cost of Plant Yrs Annual Cost 3.72 34.10 9.158 Subsidies available from MnRES is 1.25 lakhs /KWp it based on Panel Installation refer http://www.mnre.gov.in/schemes/support-programmes/ Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  20. 20. Solar Energy Generation Plant Plant Cost of Solar Generation Kwh Gen Cost per Kwh Subsidy Cost in Lakhs 80 200000 1.25 Lakhs per KW 160.00 Cost of Solar Generation Plant Kwh Gen Cost per Kwh Subsidy Cost in Lakhs 13.27 200000 1.25 Lakhs per KW 27 SAVINGS in Cost of Solar Generation Plant in Lakhs 133 ROI Present A lC Cost of Plant Wi h Yrs Annual Cost Without subsidy 3.72 26.52 7.128 Subsidies available from MnRES is 1.25 lakhs /KWp it based on Panel Installation refer http://www.mnre.gov.in/schemes/support-programmes/ Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  21. 21. THE CHANGE Unit Requirement No Lamp Nos Wattage Hrs Used Day Monthly Units 1 LED Tubes 12 8 14 1.344 40.32 2 LED Lamp 8 3 14 0.336 10.08 3 LED Tubes 36 8 14 4.032 120.96 4 PC 12 45 14 7.56 226.8 Total 68 64 56 13.272 398.16 Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  22. 22. OTHER PRESENTATION RECOMMENDED FOR YOU z SOLAR WATER HEATERS http://www.slideshare.net/careindia/solar‐water‐heaters‐38260782 z SOLAR LED STREET LIGHTS http://www.slideshare.net/careindia/solar‐‐street‐‐light Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com
  23. 23. Centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com Prepared by centre for application of renewable energy email: care@care-india.com http:// www. care-india.com

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