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Title: PRESENTATION on DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMME


1
WELCOME
Conservation Initiatives Drive
2
Energy Efficiency Scenario Global
  • Japanese primary energy consumption per unit GDP
    is the lowest in the world owing to various
    energy conservation measures taken for the
    respective sectors.

Source IEA
3
Sector-wise
Energy Saving Potential -World
4
Background Energy Mix Pattern
India
5
Sector-wise Total Energy Consumption in India
6
Sector-wise Consumption of Petroleum Products in
India
7
Sectoral Contribution to GDP
8
Energy Conservation Potential
9
Energy Efficiency Scenario India (Saving
Potential)
  • Total Energy Consumption 423 MMTOE
  • Average Saving Potential 20
  • Total Energy Saving Potential 82 MMTOE
  • Money Equivalent Rs. 1,64,000 Crores

Hence the need for Conservation
10
Urgency for Clean up
  • World 8 years away from being a living hell
    IPCC report - May 2007.
  • India 5th largest emitter of CO2 (1100 MT) in the
    world after USA (5800MT),China (4732 MT),Russia
    (1529 MT) Japan (1215 MT).
  • IEA Report 2004

11
Why the urgency for Conservation?
  • Cost of demand side management is a fraction as
    compared to SSM
  • Nega watt is cheaper cleaner than Mega watt (
    Rs 1 Crore vs 4 Crore)
  • Saving on consumables cost
  • DSM reduces CO2 emissions
  • Most developed and emerging nations heavily into
    DSM
  • Good DSM will ensure that India emerges as an
    environmentally responsible super power

12
Demand Side Management
  • World energy demand will grow 2.2 percent
    annually to 2020 significantly faster than the
    the 1.7 percent growth rate observed since 1986.
  • There is potential to cut global energy demand by
    135 QBTUs per annum in year 2020.
  • Contrary to general belief, the effort will not
    be expensive. The investments to boost energy
    productivity use existing technologies with an
    IRR of 10 or more.
  • 1 QBTU 25 MMTOE
  • McKinsey Global Institute,May 2007

13
Demand Side Management
  • Need of the Day
  • Capturing these opportunities would reduce energy
    demand growth to less than 1 annually without
    compromising economic growth.
  • McKinsey Global Institute,May 2007

14
World Racing Ahead
  • China targeting for 20 reduction between 2006
    and 2010 !!
  • Energy Policy for Europe(EPE)2007 20 reduction
    in energy consumption by 2020
  • Energy consumption levels in Industrial sector in
    Japan same as 1973 levels!!!
  • In Denmark Energy Consumption increase only 2
    since 1980, GDP growth 56
  • Sweden targeting oil free economy

NDRC Report
IEA Report
15
Conservation Strategies
  • Thrust on Demand side management.
  • Maximizing Industrial Energy audits
  • Cluster Development
  • Replication of Energy audit findings
  • RD for energy efficient product, process and
    appliances.
  • Setting of RD aided Demonstration Projects
  • promotion of CDM Biofuels
  • DTP(Drivers Training program) MDP( Model depot
    projects)
  • Mass awareness
  • Training, Technical Advisory Training and
    Technical Advisory services to industries.
  • Synergistic Institutional Linkages

16
Three-way approach to clean environment

Reduce demand (energy saving)
Use fossil fuels in thecleanest possible way
Maximise the use of renewable energy sources

17
Energy Conservation Tools in Industrial Sector
  • Energy Audits
  • Quick short audit
  • Energy Efficiency in clusters

18
THRUST AREAS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
  • Train technicians, managers, decision makers and
    equip them to pursue energy conservation programs
  • Provide required investments, advisory services
    for rapid adoption of latest technologies and
    modern equipments
  • Disseminate information on International fund
    mechanism for technology upgradation and transfer
  • Encourage inter-fuel substitution
  • Bio gasifiers

19
THRUST AREAS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
  • Intensify efforts to provide competent energy
    auditors
  • Promote use of fuel efficient equipments by
    giving incentives to efficient users of energy
    and tax the inefficient users
  • Prescribe standards of oil / energy use in
    various industries - benchmarking
  • Make mandatory energy labelling of equipments,
    appliances, technologies and processes
  • Energy Efficient Equipment in all purchases
  • Lifetime cost in place of one time cost.

20
THRUST AREAS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
  • Stress on co-generation and tri-generation where
    simultaneous demand for power, cooling and
    heating exists
  • Phase out manufacture of energy inefficient
    equipment and prohibit its manufacture and sale
  • Promote RD efforts for developing energy
    efficient technologies
  • Bulk Purchase as incentive
  • Prize
  • Encourage the use of multifunctional fuel oil
    additives for improved energy efficiency
  • Set up demonstration project to disseminate
    information on energy saving technologies
  • Subsidize Energy Efficiency not Energy
  • Australia has already banned usage of
    incandescent bulbs

21
Transport sector
INDIAN SCENARIO
  • Main issues of concern for increased energy
    consumption are
  • - Rapid increase in travel demand
  • - Increased use of personalised transport
  • - Vehicular technology
  • - Fuel quality
  • - Fuel Adulteration
  • - Road quality

22
THRUST AREAS TRANSPORT SECTOR
  • Measures for reducing consumption
  • - Integrated transport policy
  • - Design and technology improvements
  • - Identify Alternative mass transport systems
  • - Improved vehicle features
  • - Electronic controls
  • - Fuel quality
  • - Road Characteristics
  • - Driving habits
  • - Periodic inspection and maintenance
  • - Managerial measures

23
THRUST AREAS TRANSPORT SECTOR
  • Structure of fuel taxes, road taxes, phasing out
    of vehicles to encourage efficiency improvement
  • Facilitate setting of fuel economy and emission
    standards
  • Biodiesel / Bio ethanol
  • Promote RD efforts to improve
  • - Engine design
  • - Transmission system
  • - Aerodynamic profile of vehicle
  • - Chassis design

24
THRUST AREAS TRANSPORT SECTOR
  • Strengthen road improvement programs, traffic
    synchronization system and provide flyovers etc
    for smooth traffic flow
  • Hybrid Vehicles
  • Solar Vehicles

25
Transport Sector
Energy Conservation Tools
Driver Training Program
  • 3 day Driver training program
  • The fuel saving identified through this program
    is of the order of 8-10 .
  • The payback period of DTP program is only 4 days.

26
Domestic Sector
Energy Conservation Tools
  • Education on -
  • Good cooking habits
  • Use of Fuel Efficient BIS marked Kerosene / LPG
    stoves and lighting appliances.
  • Use of alternate sources of energy i.e. Biogas,
    Solar etc.
  • Use CFLs
  • LPG Clinics including workshops
  • School childrens as ambassadors
  • Lessons in school Books on conservation
  • Green Building domestic commercial
  • Energy Efficient Chulhas
  • ( 200 MMT of bio mass being used)

27
THRUST AREAS DOMESTIC SECTOR
  • Review subsidy for LPG and Kerosene
  • Raise BIS specification for thermal efficiency of
    the LPG stove beyond 68 - Also enabling
    activities
  • Intensify RD efforts for developing fuel
    efficient kerosene lamps / stoves
  • Promote efficient use of biogas, biomass,
    briquets and solar energy on a large scale
  • Mandatory labeling of appliances and equipment
  • Stand by consumption to be reduced
  • Use of LEDs in lights but costly at present

28
AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • Research shows that upto
  • - 25 diesel consumed in tractors can be
    saved by proper care and maintenance
  • - 30 of diesel can be saved by using ISI
    marked equipments and proper arrangement and
    usage of pipes and bends in LIP sets(Lift
    Irrigation Pumpsets)

29
DIESEL CONSUMPTION PATTERN IN AGRICULTURE SECTOR
30
Agriculture Sector
Energy Conservation Tools
  • Match pump DG set Capacity
  • Rectification / Replacement of Non BIS LIP Set
    and Footvalves with BIS make
  • Piping to have least curves
  • Adequate dia of piping
  • Setting up Demonstration Centres.
  • Kisan Mela

31
THRUST AREAS AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • Introduce state of the art technology for
    manufacturing energy efficient appliances and
    equipments
  • Restrict manufacture of Non BIS appliances and
    equipments
  • Provide extensive training to farmers on
    selection, use and maintenance of energy
    efficient appliances and equipments

32
GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES
  • Fuel Testing Laboratories setup in the country to
    evaluate quality of petrol, kerosene and diesel
  • Supply of Eco friendly fuels through out the
    country
  • - Low Sulphur diesel (0.25 max)
  • - Unleaded petrol
  • Formation of Petroleum Conservation Research
    Association for Spreading awareness,RD and
    carrying out Energy Conservation Activities in
    the country.
  • Biodiesel Purchase Policy
  • 5 -10 Blending of Ethanol in Petrol
  • Developed Hydro Carbon Vision2025
  • Formation of IGL

33
GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES
  • Energy Audits of Buildings
  • Capacity building
  • Development of Energy Conservation norms
  • School Education Program
  • Energy Conservation Awards
  • Mass Awareness
  • Energy Labelling
  • Energy Auditors Accreditation

34
Role of Government
  • Government has to play pivotal role
  • - National Energy policy
  • - Energy Conservation Legislation
  • - Integrated Urban
    Transport Policy
  • - Rational Pricing Subsidies
  • - Proper Economic Climate
  • - Financial
  • Incentives
  • Disincentives
  • Support

  • Incentives to be output oriented rather than
    installation cost
  • - Enforcement Compliance
  • - Negawatt production
    to be given same incentives as Megawatt

35
CONCLUSION
  • Methods to improve energy intensity in Industries
  • - Energy Audits
  • - Education Training of Managers,
    Professionals
  • Technicians in the field of Energy
    conservation
  • - Establishing comprehensive energy
    conservation data
  • base Bench marking
  • - Better house keeping measures
  • - Use of Alternate sources of Energy

36
CONCLUSION

- Co-generating systems - Adoption
of newer energy efficient technologies -
Computers for process control on real time basis
37
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