1 ST Meeting of Stakeholders On Building network of organizations working on Standards and Labeling in India – a Civil Society Initiative:. Presented By Rajiv Panda IRADe , New Delhi. Content. Why Need of Standard and Labelling IRADe Work in Low Carbon Area- TIFAC-IIASA
1ST Meeting of Stakeholders On Building network of organizations working on Standards and Labeling in India – a Civil Society Initiative:
Presented By Rajiv Panda
IRADe , New Delhi
IRADe Thematic Areas
Energy and Power System
Research and analysis for Decision support
Climate Change and environment
Research in action, Monitoring and Evaluation Project
Urban Infrastructure and service
Trainings and Capacity Buildings
Poverty alleviation and Gender
Food Security And Agriculture
Policy Analysis and Dissemination
Research Activities proposed by IRADe under the Network :
Cost coefficient estimation of all the Energy Efficient Technologies/appliance (energy efficient and Super Energy efficient appliances)
Macro-economic Modelling energy efficiency gains to the Economy by 2050.
Detailed market Research and Analysis of Super efficient products, Tech-Economic assessment of Products .
Policy Instruments for Large scale deployment and adoption energy efficient appliance in India.
Development Data Base for Production/Sale of EF and SEF appliance in India.
Evaluation of Standard and Labelling Program.
Consumer awareness surveys and market impact assessments of Star Labelling
Rural Housing Structure
Role of S& L Sector can play a much larger role in the overall Energy security scenario of India, an information network will be very useful .
Despite the apparent attractiveness of several EE options, their diffusion and adoption is sluggish. Clearly, there are barriers to adoption that need to be overcome by appropriate policies, institutional arrangements. (Low Carbon Report)
The Penetration of Energy efficiency products has been largely limited to Urban Areas.
Rural India (around 50%) will migrate from mud houses to relative high carbon intensive buildings.
The penetration is lower in rural areas:
High cost of EF appliance.
Very Low level of Awareness about the Label and Standards.
There is no/very less State Level and District level Initiative for Energy Efficiency.
Lack of Institutional Structures .
This kind of activities can be part of the Network.