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  1. WELCOME

  2. ENERGY CONSERVATIONin the KITCHEN by P.N.RaoM.Tech Co-Convener, (ECM) ENERGY CONSERVATION MISSION External Faculty, (PCRA) Petroleum Conservation Research Association Secretary, SEEDS Socio-economic Environmental & Educational Development of the Society SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  3. TAMSO MA JYOTHIRGAMAYAMEANSLEAD US FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHTAncient Hindu Scriptures SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  4. Never Forget Ancient Wisdom“MATA BHUMIH PUTROHAM PRITHVYAH”MEANS“EARTH IS MY MOTHER, I AM HER SON”Source: Vedic Hymn to Earth –Prithvi Suktha in Atharva Veda SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  5. THE EARTH, WATER AND THE AIR ARE NOT A GIFT TO US FROM OUR PARENTS BUT A LOAN FROM OUR CHILDRENAn Old Indian Saying SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  6. “The earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed” Mahatma Gandhi SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  7. Today’s ENERGY needs are mostly met by Coal, Oil & Gas SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  8. FEW FACTS1.India has one percent of the world’s energy resources, but is home for 16 % of world’s population.2. India’s oil production is about 30% of its consumption.3. Crude oil imports doubled in 4 years by volume and 400 times by value.4. LIMITED AVAILABILITY OF FOSSIL FUELS (lasting for the next 40 years or so).5. DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  9. EFFECT OF FOSSIL FUELS SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  10. EFFECT OF FOSSIL FUELS SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  11. EFFECT OF FOSSIL FUELS SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  12. CONSERVE LIMITED RESOURCES60% OF RESOURCES ALREADY CONSUMED85% of raw energy comes from non-renewable sources and hence not available for future generation SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  13. CONSERVATION • In short, CONSERVATION means using optimum energy for carrying out a specific work without affecting the quality of work. • ENERGY CONSERVATION is an objective to which every citizen can contribute whether it is a household, factory, agriculture, transport or a shop. • Since the energy consumption per capita in our country is very low, only small efforts by many will make a real impact, rather than big efforts by a few. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  14. How to Achieve this Objective Conservationis an inborn Instinct. This Instinct has to awakened and honed to be implemented in day to day use, until it becomes aHABIT SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  15. CONSERVATION CAN BE ACHIEVED IN MANY WAYSBY IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCYUSING RENEWABLE ENERGYAND FOLLOWINGREUSE, REDUCE & RECYCLE SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  16. USE SOLAR PRODUCTS • Solar Water Heater • Solar Lantern • Solar Cooker • Solar Photovoltaic SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  17. FIRST STEP TOWARDS CONSERVATION SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  18. ENERGY CONSERVATION TIPSfor the KITCHEN

  19. CONSERVATIONIN THE KITCHEN SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  20. THE FIRST STEP FOR CONSERVATION OF LPG IS TO 1. Note down the date of installation/use of the cylinder.2. Note down the date of completion of cylinder. 3. Calculate the number of days of use.4. Do this exercise for a year to arrive at the average consumption period for a cylinder. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  21. COOKING • Most houses in the urban areas use LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) for cooking. It is estimated that there is scope for up to 30% reduction in consumption by adopting a few simple habits. • Energy Savings by using LPG can be • achieved from • - Cooking Process - Maintenance • Cooking Aids - General • GAS IS PRECIOUS SAVE IT SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  22. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • Organised Cooking. Save up to 20% • Pressure Cooking. Save 20-40% SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  23. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • USE OPTIMUM WATER QUANTITY, TOIMPROVE TASTE & SAVE FUEL. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  24. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • Use Small Burner • Use Lower Flame. • Savings to 6-10 SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  25. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN SOAKING GRAINS BEFORE COOKING REDUCES FUEL SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  26. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • COVERING WITH LID SAVES FUEL SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  27. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • BRING REFRIGERATED FOOD TO AMBIENT TEMPERATURE BEFORE USING IT FOR HEATING OR COOKING.. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  28. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN USE CLEAN VESSELS DIRT IS AN OBSTRUCTIONTO HEAT FLOW SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  29. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • Use always vessels that are better conductors of heat • Copper is the best conductor of heat and 10 times faster than stainless steel and twice that of aluminium. • Containers can change the flavor of the food cooked SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  30. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • The Stove burners should be cleaned regularly. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  31. Conservation TIPS - KITCHEN • Eating togetherSAVES FUEL. • Eating Salads/ Raw Vegetables SAVES FUEL. • Eating SPROUTED FOOD SAVES FUEL & gives more NUTRITION SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  32. COOKING PROCESS 1. Organized Cooking. Save up to 20% 2. Pressure Cooking. Save 20-40% 3. Optimum Water Quantity. Improves taste 4. Using Small Burner/Low Flame. Saves 6-10% 5. Soaking Grains. 6. Covering with Lid. 7. Bring Refrigerated Food to Ambient Temperature. 8. Ensure vessels are dry from outside before using. 8. Reduce flame when boiling starts. Saves up to 30% SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  33. COOKING AIDS • Auto Ignition Regulator Knobs for stoves. • Have Stoves with variable burner sizes. • Shallow & Wide Vessels • Stainless steel with Copper Bottom or Aluminum. • MAINTENANCE • USE Clean Vessels • The Stove burners should be cleaned regularly. • GENERAL • Eating Together • Eating Raw Vegetables/Fruits SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  34. EVERY DROP COUNTS WHETHER ITS OIL OR WATER CONSERVERemember Drops of Water Makes the Ocean SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  35. VERMI COMPOST BINCOMPOSTING ORGANIC WASTE MEANSSAVING/CONSERVING ENERGY SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  36. L I G H T I N G SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  37. LIGHTING • Lights and fans consume major part of the energy used in our houses. Increasing lighting efficiency proper ventilation is one of the fastest ways to reduce power bills. • Use maximum Natural Light & Ventilation. • Use CFL’s or T5 Fluorescent Tube Lights (energy efficient) SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  38. APPLIANCES1. REFRIGERATOR2. MICROWAVE OVEN SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  39. REFRIGERATOR 1. Consumes about 2 kwh every day. Take extra care to generate energy savings. 2. Place 6 to 12” from the wall. 3. Place it in a cool area. 4. Clean coils from dust. 5. Open door to the minimum 6. Do not open the door frequently. Saves Cooling 7. Defrost as soon as 1 cm thick ice is formed. 8. Place items when they attain ambient temperature. 9. Cover all containers. 10. Use Energy efficient & auto defrost models. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  40. MICROWAVE OVEN • Always use the Oven to its full capacity. Plan accordingly. • Load & unload the Oven as quickly as possible to avoid heat loss. • A microwave is an energy efficient appliance as it requires less time to cook/reheat. • Always switch of the Microwave from the mains after use. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  41. PHANTOM LOAD • ANY HOUSEHOLD APPLIANACE THAT HAS A CLOCK, TIMER, MEMORY OR REMOTE IS CONSUMING ELECTRICITY, EVEN IF ITS TURNED OFF LIKE THE MICROWAVE OVEN • REMEMBER TO SWITCH OFF SUCH APPLIANCES FROM THE MAIN SWITCH. • EVEN SLEEP MODE CONSUMES ABOUT 7% ENERGY. SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  42. For Further Details Visit PCRA : www.pcra.orgEnergy Conservation Mission[ECM] www.save-today-survive-tomorrow.com SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY

  43. THANK YOU &HAPPY COOKING SAVE ENERGY CONSERVE ENERGY