Indian Experience on Energy Efficiency in Hotel Sector

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This presentation gives an introduction about energy efficiency activities in India's Hotel Sector and shows technology options to realize energy saaving potentials. It was presentation in a interaction workshop with Hotel bussiness people in Kathmandu, Nepal, in 2012.

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Indian Experience on Energy Efficiency in Hotel Sector

  1. 1. D. Pawan Kumar Team LeaderD. Pawan Kumar Team Leader ENERGY EFFICIENCY SHARING INDIAN EXPERIENCES in Hotel Sector ENERGY EFFICIENCY SHARING INDIAN EXPERIENCES in Hotel Sector 08/01/13
  2. 2. Current Major EE initiatives/Drivers 08/01/13  Accelerated depreciation for EETs Energy Conservation Act implementation,  NMEEE MNRE initiatives APDRP & RAPDRP programmes MSME schemes for SME sector CDM and other international Programmes SDA capacity building DC & PAT Scheme S&L Programmes SME Clutter programme DSM (Agriculture, Municipal DSM) NECA, initiatives, BLY, ECBC Scheme ISO 50001 ESCO capacity building Financial instruments /Bank Schemes
  3. 3. 08/01/13 Illustrative Sectoral Scenario
  4. 4. Hotel Sector 08/01/13  Over 8000 hotels, 200,000 rooms, 15 million employees, 10,000 GWH annual consumption. • Typical EPI(Energy Performance Index) of hotel by type Type EPI(kWh/SQM/year) Licensed 150-185 1 star 162 2 Star 195 3 star 280 4 Star 300 5 star 360 5 star deluxe 470
  5. 5. Device level Energy needs 08/01/13 Device Consumption Device Consumption 165 liter friz 125-200 W Ceiling fans 60-100 W Televisions (Green TVs also in use 75-300 W Vacuum Cleaners 800-1000W Micro Waves and Ovens 1000-1500 W Washing Machines 1000 W Room A/C (up to 2 Ton) 1100 -2000 W Coffee makers 750-1000W Computers and Laptops 100-300 W Toasters 950-1000W Stereo system 150 -300 W Dish washer 1500-200 W Electric Oven 7500-10000W
  6. 6. Device 08/01/13 •Lighting LEDs,CFLs,FTLs, GLS of various ratings •Boilers, Calorifiers, hot water generators of various capacities •LPG cooking appliances • DG sets
  7. 7. Measures Adopted in Sector for EE 08/01/13  Adopting BMS, Automation  Adopting EIS,EA, ECBC Practices ISO 14000 and LEED Certification  Architectural innovations( Going green) Systemic
  8. 8. Technological EE 08/01/13  Tri generation  VFD, Automation and Sensors  Solar PV, thermal applications  Solar Passive designs  Procurement of EE kitchen equipments, DG sets, Boilers etc
  9. 9. O&M Practices 08/01/13  Atmospheric cooling, ventilation practices  Thermostatic control  Occupancy censors  Capacity control of kitchen equipments  Maintenance and Upkeep of Energy Equipments  Adoption of VFDs  Rain Water Harvesting  Double glazed glass windows  Reuse, Recycle of water  Kitchen waste for biogas generation  Staff Training for Energy Conservation  HVAC operation controls and optimization  Low water intensive bathroom and toilet fittings  Many more relevant good practices adopted for ENCON
  10. 10. Thank you

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