DCCI TNA Workshop and Activity Progress

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DCCI TNA Workshop and Activity Progress

  1. 1. COMPONENT 3: ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRIES Energy Efficiency Center Energy & Environment Division FNCCI Dr. Uttam kunwar, Project Manager 05 August 2013 Kathmandu Brief Status Report on
  2. 2. Industrial Energy use Scenario & Context Operation Plan and Progress Organizational & Management Structure Institutional, functional and financial sustainability Table of Content
  3. 3. Nepalese Industrial Context Survival challenges  Nepalese Industries – Security  Electricity reliability – productivity loss by 40%  Expensive fuel ~ over Rs.33 -40 /unit cost  Aged technology  Limited technical knowledge
  4. 4. Kathmandu,13.93% Bhaktapur,3.84% Lalitpur, 5.47% Kanchanpur,2.89% Morang,8.46% Jhapa,3.98% Parsa,6.36% Rupandehi,6.33% Sunsari,6.28% Bara,5.41% Kaski,4.12% Kailali,3.31% Chitwan,2.89% Banke,2.72% Nawalparasi,2.13% Dang,1.51% Kapilbastu,1.49% Makwanpur,1.60% Saptari,1.74% Dhanusha,1.93% Industrial cluster in the country 100 % = 4310 Industry Establishments source NEEP
  5. 5. Energy Use in Industries Boilers 62% Motor Drives 8% Lighting 1% Furnace & Kiln 29% Source: WECS
  6. 6. Energy Efficiency & Context  Industrial level awareness bandwidth is wide.  Resistance to change: attitude  Policy & Enforcement!!  Technology: Process efficiency & maintenance
  7. 7. NEEP Program Nepalese Energy Efficiency Programme (NEEP) Govt. of Nepal and Govt. of Germany Joint Collaboration Component 3: Energy Efficiency in Industries Energy Efficiency Centre (EEC) FNCCI
  8. 8. Mission Objective  to provide quality Energy Efficiency services to industrial community : 8 sector 40 Ind. 8
  9. 9. APRIL 2010: BUSINESS PLAN & OPERATION PLAN DEVELOPED JULY 2010: EEC FORMALIZED by 1ST CC DECEMBER 2011: BASELINE WORK OF 200 IND. JANUARY 2012: TECHNICAL BACKSTOPPING FROM INTEGRATION STARTED Key Mile Stones
  10. 10. EEC Operation Plan Work Package - 1 Work Package - 2 Work Package -3 Outputs  EEC established  Data base on energy use  Knowledge management center  Energy audit services  Networking with regional organization Outputs:  Auditor training  Energy audit report & Manual  Accreditation of training Outputs:  Quality control of report & Capacity development of DCCI & stakeholders  Promotional services to banks, industry and govt.  Technical arm to support to Govt. in EE policy formulation
  11. 11. Progress till date WP-1 Present status August 2013 WP-2 Present status August 2013  EEC fully functioning  On going work.  WWW.eec-fncci.org will be launched in Aug.  16 Manufacturing  1 Service  2 Tea  3 Brick  Implementation –5  Cogeneration – Sept.  2 EA trainee participating in each audit work  22 EA  12 Final report  10 draft  5 imp plan  FNCCI-NPC Present status May 2013  Sector specific on going  MOU with 10 DCCI  EE cell established  Tec. support to 2 DCCI NIDC Bank fund manager-KfW, grants Com.1 Opt. plan
  12. 12. Estimated Saving Potential Based on audit : Number of industries participated: 22  Identified Energy saving potential:  Electrical ~ 15-25 %  Thermal ~20-30%
  13. 13. Long term strategy for sustainable EE services to industries Achievements:  EEC-FNCCI strongly committed to provide EE services to Ind. and has internalized the ownership of EE activity  Trained & experienced 45 EA in market, + 2 with EEC  Ind. Sensitized and Willingness to participate in EA  Experience gained, networking with ind.  EE cell established in selected 10 DCCI Opportunities • EE services for industries available in country
  14. 14. Challenges for long term sustainable NEED for sustainability  Financial support for sector pilot ind. to produce multiplier effect:  Continued support to industry for implementation of recommendation  EA equipment with EEC for continued EE services to Ind. / avail services of trained EA: guided by NEEP – PPP Concept  Capacity development of EE cell in DCCI  Continued support to take EA to wider circle of Ind.(sector and size)
  15. 15. Thank you! eec@fncci.org Uttam.kunwar@fncci.com
  16. 16. Economic Feasibility in Million NPR Category Total Saving, NPR Total Investment, NPR Avg. payback period, month Short term <1 yr. 129.36 42.38 Range 1 to 34 months Indushanker: PB over 85 months Mid term <1 to 3 yr 36.55 67.21 Long term >3 yr 127.06 920.88 Long term: invest 900 mill slide 12

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