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INITIATIVES OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES LTD. September 06, 2010. Arijit Sengupta Asstt. Energy Economist. BARRIERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR EE PROJECTS. Although, efficiency potential in the public sector is substantial lack of commercial orientation of public agencies,

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    1. INITIATIVES OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICES LTD. September 06, 2010 Arijit SenguptaAsstt. Energy Economist

    2. BARRIERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR EE PROJECTS Although, efficiency potential in the public sector is substantial • lack of commercial orientation of public agencies, • limited incentives to lower energy costs, • complex and strict budgeting and procurement procedures, • limited access to budgetary or project financing. • many public agencies, particularly in developing countries, face severe budget constraints and often focus on the upfront cost as a matter of necessity.

    3. INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR EE • Regulatory Powers with Central and State Governments • Energy Conservation Act 2001 • BEE created as a quasi-regulatory body to advise • Central and State Governments – basic role is framing appropriate policy and regulatory regime to create market for Energy Efficiency. • State Designated Agencies (SDA) at state level for implementation of EC Act. • No Government Agency for implementation of EE schemes and projects of government- hand holding of ESCO’s required in initial years - EESL to take up this job

    4. EESL- OBJECTIVES • To facilitate implementation of energy efficiency projects for Demand Side Measures including municipal functions, agriculture, public building, lighting etc. • To implement schemes, programmes and policies of central and state governments or its agencies. • Partner with private ESCO’s and other companies to promote energy efficiency. • To provide consultancy services in the field of energy efficiency, CDM projects, and other related areas. • To identify and impart training to build the capacity of stakeholders.

    5. ESCO Monitoring/ Implementing Govt. Schemes Resource Centre EESL Consultancy Organization EESL- ROLES • Implementation of EE in buildings, • municipality, • agriculture, • SMEs • S&L Programme • National Examination • PAT scheme • SEEP • Capacity building of SDAs • Training of Energy Managers • 3L Programmes • CDM Consultancy • Energy Efficiency Potential • Consultancy to SDAs/ Govt. • International Consultancy

    6. PRESENT STATUS • Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a JV of NTPC Limited, PFC, REC and POWERGRID has been set up to facilitate implementation of EE projects and to be the implementation arm for Central government and state governments. • The authorized share capital of the company is Rs. 190 crores and the paid-up capital is Rs. 100 crores with equal contribution from all PSUs. • It is registered under the companies Act, 1956 on 10th December 2009 and the commencement of business certificate is obtained on 11th February 2010. • It is the first such government company exclusively for implementation of energy efficiency in South Asia and amongst a very few such instances in the world.

    7. PRESENT STATUS • The Board has approved a organizational structure comprising 28 personnel. Details • The recruitment policy of EESL is approved. • Investment Budget of Rs. 63.00 crores is approved for 2010-11. Details • EESL has started business related to consultancy and implementation of Govt. schemes. • For implementation of energy efficiency projects in buildings, municipalities, agriculture and household detail project reports are being appraised by financial institutions.

    8. ACTIVITIES OF EESL •   A. AS AN ESCO • (i) BUILDINGS AND MUNICIPALITIES • There is a vast scope for energy efficiency improvement in buildings and municipalities. Energy efficiency measures bring about energy savings due to reduced energy consumption. • Investments will be recovered though reduction in electricity bills during the performance contract as per the third party M&V recommendation. • EESL plans to implement 50 Government Building efficiency projects and 5 Municipalities energy efficiency projects during this financial year.

    9. ACTIVITIES OF EESL Commercial Buildings – 33 billion units Residential Buildings – 116 billion units

    10. ACTIVITIES OF EESL • (ii) AGRICULTURE • The overall energy efficiency investment market size of agricultural sector under performance contract system has been estimated at Rs 5,25,00 crores (total number of pumps 15 million and average cost of pump Rs 35,000). • EESL will invest in energy efficiency measures on a rural pump set feeder on which supply quality enhancements [such as feeder separation and High Voltage Direct Supply (HVDS)] have been carried out. • The investments will be for procurement and Operation & Maintenance of pumpsets during the performance contract. • The reduction in electricity demand due to implementation of the project will be shared between DISCOM and EESL as per contract agreement. • EESL plans to take up least two such project this year.

    11. ACTIVITIES OF EESL • (iii) BACHAT LAMP YOJANA • BLY seeks to provide CFLs to households at the price similar to that of incandescent bulbs and plans to utilize the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol to recover the cost differential between the market price of the CFLs and the price at which they are sold to households. • EESL will invest for implementing Bachat Lamp Yojana (BLY) • Distribution of CFLs in the project area at Rs. 15/- per CFL and collection of one incandescent bulb

    12. Energy Audits and preparation of Detail Project Reports of facilities / establishments / industries etc. Preparation of bidding documents, assistance in bid evaluation for implementation through ESCO route. Preparation of state wise sector-specific annual energy savings plan. Preparation of waste heat recovery DPR’s in industries Project management consultancy for energy efficiency projects. EESL will provide consultancy / Advisory services for the various activities required in a CDM programme of activities namely Developing the CDM programme of activity documents Promotion of the Programme of activities Conducting market surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Conducting monitoring surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Forward and Spot Trading of CERs Developing Database management systems for each programme of activity ACTIVITIES OF EESL • CONSULTANCY • Energy Audits and preparation of DPRs of facilities / establishments / industries etc. • Preparation of bidding documents, assistance in bid evaluation for implementation through ESCO route. • Project management consultancy for energy efficiency projects. • Ludhiana Municipal Corporation has awarded assignments similar to those mentioned above to EESL. • Preparation of state wise sector-specific AESP. • 3 States viz Nagaland, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have awarded the task to EESL • Preparation of waste heat recovery DPR’s in industries

    13. Energy Audits and preparation of Detail Project Reports of facilities / establishments / industries etc. Preparation of bidding documents, assistance in bid evaluation for implementation through ESCO route. Preparation of state wise sector-specific annual energy savings plan. Preparation of waste heat recovery DPR’s in industries Project management consultancy for energy efficiency projects. EESL will provide consultancy / Advisory services for the various activities required in a CDM programme of activities namely Developing the CDM programme of activity documents Promotion of the Programme of activities Conducting market surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Conducting monitoring surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Forward and Spot Trading of CERs Developing Database management systems for each programme of activity ACTIVITIES OF EESL • CONSULTANCY • EESL will provide consultancy / Advisory services for the various activities in a CDM programme of activities namely • Developing the CDM programme of activity documents • Promotion of the Programme of activities • Conducting market surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines • Conducting monitoring surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines • Forward and Spot Trading of CERs • Developing Database management systems

    14. Energy Audits and preparation of Detail Project Reports of facilities / establishments / industries etc. Preparation of bidding documents, assistance in bid evaluation for implementation through ESCO route. Preparation of state wise sector-specific annual energy savings plan. Preparation of waste heat recovery DPR’s in industries Project management consultancy for energy efficiency projects. EESL will provide consultancy / Advisory services for the various activities required in a CDM programme of activities namely Developing the CDM programme of activity documents Promotion of the Programme of activities Conducting market surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Conducting monitoring surveys as per UNFCCC guidelines Forward and Spot Trading of CERs Developing Database management systems for each programme of activity ACTIVITIES OF EESL • C. IMPLEMENTING GOVT. SCHEMES • Standards & Labelling • Right from receiving the applications to the processing of applications from manufacturers and check testing of samples drawn from the market will be handled by EESL. • EESL has taken up processing of applications of 3 products viz. Ceiling Fans, Colour Television and Pumpsets. • Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) • One of the initiatives of the NMEEE is Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT). • EESL has taken up the study for conducting “Baseline Energy Audit” of Designated Consumers.

    15. ACTIVITIES OF EESL • IMPLEMENTATION OF CSR OF OTHER COMPANIES • As part of Corporate Social Responsibility, some of the companies have approached EESL to facilitate energy efficiency initiatives. EESL prepares DPR’s and implements low carbon and energy efficient projects like existing lamps in the villages with LEDs, LED street lights, Efficient lighting and water pumping in townships etc. • First such DPR for M/s Shapoorji Pallonji Infrastructure Capital Ltd. (SPINFRA) has been prepared for villages Chhara, Sarakhadi, Nanawadi, Kaaj in Junagad District of Gujarat state and is to be implemented by EESL.

    16. Visit us at www.eesl.co.in

    17. CEO EESL Executive Secretary to CEO GM - Consultancy GM – Finance / Admin Company Secretary GM - ESCO & Govt. Schemes PA to CS PA PA PA S. M. / M., Admin S. M. / M., Finance S. M. / M., ESCO S. M. / M., Govt. Business S. M. / M., Consultancy S. M. / M., Training D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. / S.E. D.M. / A.M. D.M. / A.M. D.M. / A.M. D.M. / A.M. CEO : Equivalent to Board level Director, G. M. : General Manager – E8 S. M. : Sr. Manager – E6, M. : Manager – E5 D. M. : Deputy Manager – E4, A. M. : Asstt. Manager – E3 S. E. : Senior Engineer – E2, E. S. : Executive Secretary - E3 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE OF EESL Back

    18. BUDGET FOR 2010-11 • The capital budget for the FY 2010-11 is Rs. 63 crores. • Buildings – Rs. 20 crores • 10 – 15 Buildings of a state will be bundled into one project • 4-5 such project will be implemented • 3 such projects are already identified in the States of Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Punjab. • Revenue generation through reduction in electricity bill • To enter into an agreement with the building owners / SDAs • Municipal DSM - Rs. 15 crores • 4-5 Municipalities will be taken up • 2 municipalities are already identified – Bhatinda and Patiala • Revenue generation through reduction in electricity bill • To enter into an agreement with the municipalities / SDAs

    19. BUDGET FOR 2010-11 • Agriculture – Rs. 8 crores • Projects under 2 DISCOMs will be taken up • Both the DISCOMs are already identified - Madhya Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. & Paschim Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. • Revenue generation through reduction in electricity bill • To enter into an agreement with the DISCOMs • Bachat Lamp Yojana- Rs. 20 crores • Projects under 3 DISCOMs will be taken up • 2 DISCOMs are already identified- Punjab State Electricity Board & Madhya Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. • Revenue generation through CERs • To enter into an agreement with the DISCOMs Back