Encare Earth Solutions Pvt. Ltd., INDIAinfo@encare.biz
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
To deliver reliable & affordable energy on-demandby using distributed energy systems & by leveragingthe best available tec...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
Meet              growing               energy              demand  Mitigate                    Ensure impact on          ...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
 End-use efficiency      Critical to improve end-use efficiency      More efficient appliances needed      1 kWh savin...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                                                                              ...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                                                                              ...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units                  95 Units                28 Units                          25...
On-site Distributed Energy Generation  Natural Gas                        Usable waste heat for   pipeline                ...
On-site Distributed Energy Generation  Natural Gas                        Usable waste heat for   pipeline                ...
On-site Distributed Energy Generation        DPP                                      Transmission Grid                   ...
On-site Distributed Energy Generation To create platform systems where multiple distributed  energy technologies combine ...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
Why On-site Distributed Energy Generation?   Leverage the benefits of distributed energy    • Local energy sourcing (avoi...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
To become an unique energy solutions providerby managing energy supply & demand in areliable, efficient & affordable manne...
 Envisioned future electricity delivery system                                NervePV farm                               ...
 Envisioned future electricity delivery system                                         NervePV farm                      ...
Smart Power System        Conventional Power System    Virtual Power                   Power        Plant                 ...
 Envisioned future electricity delivery system  Features of the new system:   Electricity is generated as close as possi...
 Envisioned future electricity delivery system  Benefits of new system:   Flexibility to adapt efficiently to demand cha...
 Envisioned future electricity delivery system  Why was this not done earlier?   Appropriate energy conversion technolog...
 Value chain for the envisioned system  Distributed Energy      Generation                       Consumer Equipment Suppl...
 Value chain for the envisioned system  Distributed Energy      Generation                            Consumer Equipment ...
 Value chain for the envisioned system                          Encare’s  Distributed Energy    position in the      Gene...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
 The company is developing products & services  which would help in the reliable, efficient &  affordable delivery of ene...
 Main goal of developing SESs is to make the energy  delivery system more reliable and more efficient so  that:    Resou...
 Main features of Smart Energy System (SES): Fast starting                   Short production time Fast ramping up and...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
 What value do customers get from this?  End-to-end energy solution by maximising locally   available energy resources t...
   The Idea   The Need   The Focus   The Approach   The Rationale   The Vision   The Products   The Value Proposit...
 High system efficiency of energy delivery  means resource savings & sustainability High reliability of systems means pe...
Questions? Feedback? Recommendations?          info@encare.biz
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  1. 1. Encare Earth Solutions Pvt. Ltd., INDIAinfo@encare.biz
  2. 2.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  3. 3.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  4. 4. To deliver reliable & affordable energy on-demandby using distributed energy systems & by leveragingthe best available technology
  5. 5.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  6. 6. Meet growing energy demand Mitigate Ensure impact on energyenvironment security The Need Maximize Assist in efficiency for economic resourcedevelopment sustainability Deliver energy affordably
  7. 7.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  8. 8. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption  Problems with this system:  Total system efficiency only about 10%  Huge wastages because of poor supply demand match ~ 10 Units  Vulnerable to natural calamities, supply shocks & prices  Negative impact on environment
  9. 9. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption  Problems with this system:  Total system efficiency only about 10%  Huge wastages because of poor supply demand match ~ 10 Units  Vulnerable to natural calamities, supply shocks & prices  Negative impact on environment
  10. 10.  End-use efficiency  Critical to improve end-use efficiency  More efficient appliances needed  1 kWh saving -> 4 kWh saving at power plant  300% less energy required to be generated  Provides a big market opportunity Power Consumption … However, even bigger opportunity exists in energy delivery efficiency
  11. 11. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption ~ 10 Units
  12. 12. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units End-Use Efficiency 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption ~ 10 Units
  13. 13. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units End-Use Efficiency 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption Business focus of the company ~ 10 Units
  14. 14. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & & Transport Generation Distribution  Problems addressed by focusing on delivery efficiency:  High efficiency of energy delivery reduces fuel wastages  High reliability of energy availability  Affordability of energy supply  Minimise impact on environment
  15. 15.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  16. 16. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption ~ 10 Units
  17. 17. Current Electricity Delivery system100 Units 95 Units 28 Units 25 UnitsFuel Extraction Power Power Transmission & Power & Transport Generation Distribution Consumption ~ 10 Units
  18. 18. On-site Distributed Energy Generation Natural Gas Usable waste heat for pipeline heating / cooling Max upto 5 units expended ~ 85 Units in gas transport Power CHP Consumption Smart Integrator Solar PV Decentralized Excess to max uptoBiogas Generation Distribution ~ 70 Units with Local Waste Grid Wind turbine
  19. 19. On-site Distributed Energy Generation Natural Gas Usable waste heat for pipeline heating / cooling Max upto 5 units expended ~ 85 Units in gas transport Power CHP Consumption Smart Integrator Solar PV Decentralized Excess to max uptoBiogas Generation Distribution ~ 70 Units with Local Waste Grid Wind turbine
  20. 20. On-site Distributed Energy Generation DPP Transmission Grid Distribution Grid Nerve Control Centre DPP DPP DPP
  21. 21. On-site Distributed Energy Generation To create platform systems where multiple distributed energy technologies combine to help optimise energy acquisition, energy conversion, energy storage & energy delivery in a reliable, efficient & affordable manner. Convert the energy from the energy source into desired form (like electricity) in as close proximity as possible to the demand. Makes most sense to harness resources (especially renewable) in a distributed energy infrastructure rather than a centralised infrastructure.
  22. 22.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  23. 23. Why On-site Distributed Energy Generation?  Leverage the benefits of distributed energy • Local energy sourcing (avoid grid losses) • On-demand supply • High system efficiency (with heat recovery) • Reliability with 24x7 energy availability  Good temporal match between energy demand and energy supply  Leverage developments in technology & automation to optimize energy delivery  Under complete control of the consumer  Favourable economics of energy delivery
  24. 24.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  25. 25. To become an unique energy solutions providerby managing energy supply & demand in areliable, efficient & affordable manner byleveraging technological advancements
  26. 26.  Envisioned future electricity delivery system NervePV farm Transmission Control Centre Grid DPP DistributionWind farm Grid DPP Demand Response Biomass DPP PV farm Wind farm Power Consumer
  27. 27.  Envisioned future electricity delivery system NervePV farm Transmission Control Centre Grid DPP DistributionWind farm Virtual Power Plant Grid DPP Demand Region 1 Response Biomass DPP PV farm Wind farm Power Consumer Region 2
  28. 28. Smart Power System Conventional Power System Virtual Power Power Plant Plant Transmission Transmission Grid Grid Distribution Distribution Grid Grid Demand Response Consumer Consumer
  29. 29.  Envisioned future electricity delivery system Features of the new system:  Electricity is generated as close as possible to the demand using appropriate technologies  Excess electricity can be fed into the distribution grid making the generator a part of the virtual power plant.  Waste heat generated during energy conversion (in case of gas engines / micro-turbines / fuel cells) can be used locally for heating / cooling.
  30. 30.  Envisioned future electricity delivery system Benefits of new system:  Flexibility to adapt efficiently to demand changes  Intelligent system which closely matches supply to demand drastically reducing resource wastages  Local availability leads to more energy security  Higher reliability for energy on-demand  High total system efficiency (can go upto 90%)  HT Transmission grid vulnerabilities eliminated  Shifts control to the consumer -> happy consumer
  31. 31.  Envisioned future electricity delivery system Why was this not done earlier?  Appropriate energy conversion technologies were not available  Lack of ground experience (still accumulating)  Lack of availability of required information & communication technologies  Cost of conventional power was too low with negligible increase in costs with time.
  32. 32.  Value chain for the envisioned system Distributed Energy Generation Consumer Equipment Suppliers Aggregator / Utility Information & Consumer Communication Technology Suppliers
  33. 33.  Value chain for the envisioned system Distributed Energy Generation Consumer Equipment Suppliers Aggregator / Supply Side Utility Demand Side Information & Consumer Communication Technology Suppliers
  34. 34.  Value chain for the envisioned system Encare’s Distributed Energy position in the Generation value chain Consumer Equipment Suppliers Aggregator / Supply Side Utility Demand Side Information & Consumer Communication Technology Suppliers
  35. 35.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  36. 36.  The company is developing products & services which would help in the reliable, efficient & affordable delivery of energy. Such Smart Energy Systems (SESs) are suitable for on-site distributed energy generation. The design concept being deployed helps to seamlessly integrate the SESs in the smart grid via the distributed energy infrastructure.
  37. 37.  Main goal of developing SESs is to make the energy delivery system more reliable and more efficient so that:  Resource maximization is achieved & wastages minimized – Fossil fuel reserves are finite  Independence from energy price fluctuations is achieved  Emissions reduction is achieved – Inefficient systems always create more emissions
  38. 38.  Main features of Smart Energy System (SES): Fast starting  Short production time Fast ramping up and down  Small area footprint of supply  Easy adaptable capacity High fuel efficiency in wide  Remote monitoring for load range effective control Fuel flexibility  Low sensitivity to ambient Minimum maintenance conditions outage time  Minimum water use Black start capability  Low total cost of ownership
  39. 39.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  40. 40.  What value do customers get from this?  End-to-end energy solution by maximising locally available energy resources to provide consumers with reliable, affordable energy.  This also helps in reducing emissions because of:  High total system efficiency (lesser fuel burnt)  Use of cleaner energy resources than the grid
  41. 41.  The Idea The Need The Focus The Approach The Rationale The Vision The Products The Value Proposition The Benefits
  42. 42.  High system efficiency of energy delivery means resource savings & sustainability High reliability of systems means peace of mind for the consumer High degree of control available for the consumer means lower wastage and lower energy bills High on environmental friendliness means low carbon footprint
  43. 43. Questions? Feedback? Recommendations? info@encare.biz

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