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Energy Efficiency in Rotating Equipments Potential and Role of stake holders. Pune 05.08 2011. Presentation Structure. Introduction Overview and Scope for energy Saving Role of stake Holders Regulation Supply chain involvement End Users involvement (Demand Side Management) Conclusion

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presentation structure
Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide3

Introduction

ICPCI-International Copper Promotion Council (India)Indian centre of ICA to promote Copper applications in India.

  • ICA-INTERNATIONAL COPPERASSOCIATION
  • A Not -for- profit Global Organization
  • Registered in New York, USA. 31 Offices in 24 countries. 
  • Members Account for Over 80% of World Copper Production.
  • Basic Objective:
  • Promotion of Beneficial consumption of Copper.
  • ICA-India liaison office started in January 1998.
presentation structure1
Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide5

Sector wise Energy Saving potential

Sector

Conservation potential (%)

Industrial Sector

Up to 25

Agriculture Sector

Up to 30

20-25%

Domestic Sector

Up to 20

Commercial Sector

Up to 30

Energy Handled by Motors (%)

70-75%

2-3%

4-5%

slide7

The operating costs are what count ! ! !

12 yrs

15 yrs

20 yrs

Source: Siemens

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Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide9

Stake Holders

9

Towards market transformation to EE equipments

Policies Regulation Standards

Marketing Promotion

Supply Chain

Regulators

Manufacturers

End Users

presentation structure3
Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide11

Standards & Labels

  • Standard
  • Prescribes Energy performance of manufactured products (Minimum Energy Performance Standards, MPES).
  • Label
  • Information on product’s energy performance (usually in the form of energy use, efficiency, or energy cost)
  • Give consumers the data necessary to make informed purchases
market share by efficiency
Market Share by Efficiency

Standard motors dominate global market , about 90% global market share

High efficiency motors will take over market eventually due to mandatory standards

US will lead premium market

Mandatory MEPS pushes market much faster than voluntary program

Voluntary programs can eliminate bad ones

EPAct92

MEPS2006

Boom expcted after 09

70% by 2014

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Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide14

Motor manufacturers

Voluntarily adopted

Eff1+ (IE2,IE3….

Eff2 (IE1)

Min benchmark

Forced to follow

Eff3

Major manu.

Balance

Future aim

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Presentation Structure

Introduction

Overview and Scope for energy Saving

Role of stake Holders

Regulation

Supply chain involvement

End Users involvement (Demand Side Management)

Conclusion

Collaborative marketing

slide16

End Users

Opportunities to adopt EE equipments

1. First purchases

Existing motors

New Project

Expansion

2. Replacement

3. Retrofit

Projects / Consultants

Plant Personnel

Top Management/Financers

slide17

Purchase decisions

  • Purchase decisions are normally dependent on -
        • Reliability
        • Price
        • Brand
        • Service

Rarely attention given to the Life Cycle Cost in capital purchases

steps in end user involvement
Steps in End User involvement

Awareness creation

Conviction

Adoption

slide19

Energy management through motors

  • First Purchases:
      • Low Life Cycle Cost policy to be adopted
      • Labeling regulations for energy intensive sectors
      • Motor purchase policies adopted by corporate
  • Retrofits
  • Motor systems to be targeted in Energy Conservation drives in the industries
      • Statistical Approach
      • Analytical Approach
slide20

Statistical Approach

  • List the ratings of motors in terms of output under three frame groups
          • Up to 132 frame- 0.25-7.5 kW
          • 160-225 frame - 9.3 to 45 kW
          • 250- 355 frame - 55 –315 kW
  • Framed policies for replacements of motors in a phased manner
slide21

Analytical Approach

  • Classify on the basis of
          • operating hours
          • Repair/rewind history
          • Load factor
          • Age
  • Identify critical motors for field study/payback calculations
  • Make investment proposals for motor replacements
slide22

We all have our personal doomsday scenarios with respect to an extremely “energy hungry” world

Year 1900

History repeats itself scenario

Year 1800

Year 2000CFL

Year 2050

Year 2020, LED

Source-Gtz

thank you

Thank you !!

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