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Title: ENERGY CONSERVATION STRATEGIES IN TELECOM BUILDINGS


1
ENERGY CONSERVATION STRATEGIES IN TELECOM
BUILDINGS
  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
  • Electrical Wing,Tamilnadu
  • (An ISO 90012008 Unit)

2
Vision
  • Promoting Efficient use of Electrical Energy and
    its Conservation.

3
Energy Conservation Act
  • Energy Conservation Act 2001(came into effect on
    1st March, 2002) provides for Energy Auditing and
    Energy Conservation for designated consumers.
  • The Act provides grace period of 5 years, i.e.,
    up to 1st March, 2007, for creation of
    infrastructure and thereafter there will be
    penalties for non-introduction of energy
    conservation measures.

4
Energy Conservation Act
  • For buildings having load more than 500 KW, it
    will be mandatory to appoint qualified energy
    managers after 1st March, 2007
  • The Govt of India has set a target of reducing
    energy consumption by 30 in Govt. Buildings by
    1st March, 2007

5
Energy Policy
  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, Tamilnadu is
    committed to Conserve Energy in all its
    operations. We shall transform Energy
    Conservation into a strategic business goal and
    make it as a way of life

6
Goals And Objectives
  • Make Energy Conservation a mass movement with
    involvement of all our employees.
  • Monitor and control consumption of energy through
    Energy Management Groups.
  • To reduce specific energy consumption in all our
    operations and activities by 5 every year for
    the next three years by ensuring judicious and
    effective use of energy.

7
Goals And Objectives
  • Recognise efforts of our Staff in Energy
    Conservation.
  • Share and enrich our experiences on energy
    conservation with SSAs/Circles.

8
Todays Situation TN Circle
  • Electricity Bill for 2003-04 - Rs.94.7 Crores
  • About 20 of operating and administrative
    expenses.
  • 30 Savings possible
  • Saving means pure profit

9
STEPS TAKEN
  • Core Group formed at Circle level consisting of
    CGM, PGM(O), PCE(E) and GM(F)
  • Core Groups formed at SSA levels consisting of
    PGM/GM, SE/EE, IFA and DET
  • Core Groups to meet at least once in a quarter to
    review Energy Conservation Strategies/Measures

10
Core Group Issues
  • Monitoring Energy Consumption and Energy Bills of
    all buildings.
  • PF improvement and Contract Demand optimisation.
  • Evolve suitable benchmarking standards for
    various types of exchanges and comparison of
    energy consumption between similar capacity
    exchanges.
  • MIS Reports

11
Core Group Issues
  • Increase awareness among employees through
    slogans, posters, seminars and display of actual
    energy consumption and energy bills.
  • Implementation of NO COST/LOW COST measures

12
Core Group Issues-No Cost Measures
  • Reduction in illumination levels, reduction in
    Air-conditioning space, plugging of leakages,
    filter cleaning of A/C units, temperature setting
    to 23 deg to 26 deg C and no over -cooling.
  • Replacing of life expired/over sized, energy
    intensive equipments such as power plants, Air
    conditioning units.

13
Core Group Issues-No Cost Measures
  • Surplus units available if any to be used within
    the SSA.
  • Feedback on proper maintenance of energy
    intensive equipments, i.e., Airconditioning and
    Power Plants and testing energy efficiency of
    these equipments.
  • Replacement of Fluorescent tubes with compact
    fluorescent lamps in common areas, lobbies, etc.

14
Core Group Issues-Low Cost Measures
  • Use of Energy Efficient Devices.
  • Sequential Controllers for A/C units
  • Timers for Exhaust Fans, Compound Lighting and
    Pumps.
  • Electronic Chokes, Slimline Tubes.

15
Core Group Issues-Low Cost Measures
  • Occupancy Sensors for lighting control in
    Conference Halls and Executive Chambers.
  • Promote Solar Power for heating, compound
    lighting and lighting in corridors.

16
Energy Auditing
  • At least one building per SSA per quarter.
  • Energy Auditing started at RGM TTC, Meenambakkam
    and Tamil Nadu Telecom Complex, Ethiraj Salai,
    Chennai.

17
General Tips
  • Review of Lux Level Requirement and Removal of
    Excess Lamps/Tubes.
  • Building Orientation/Architectural Features.
  • Establishing baseline Performance Indices.
  • Awareness Campaign.

18
General Tips-Lighting
  • Switch off all loads and check the Energy meter.
    If it is still moving, check for leakage loss in
    wiring and appliances.
  • Keep clean all the lamp fixtures.
  • Excess / Decorative lighting shall be avoided.
  • Avoid group switching of lights for Offices.
  • Use Electronic Chokes T-5/Slimline Tubes
  • Use CFL for Corridors, Common Areas, Toilets.

19
General Tips-Airconditioning
  • Avoid direct sunlight in conditioned areas.
  • North or South side walls are preferable for room
    to be air-conditioned.
  • Check thermostats in all AC units for their
    effectiveness and performance. Setting shall be
    at 23 deg C.
  • Check conditioned area air leakages and arrest
    them.
  • Ensure Regular Filter Cleaning and Testing of A/C
  • Replace life-expired A/C units with energy
    efficient A/C units.

20
General Tips-Water Pumps/Heaters
  • Water Pumps-
  • Use proper specification of motor/pump based on
    building height and tank size.
  • Replace old pumps with new and more efficient
    pumps.
  • Check and correct leaking lines and taps.
  • Water Heater-
  • Ensure good insulation of tank and hot water
    line.
  • Thermostat setting at 50-55 deg.C
  • Provision of non return valve in cold water line
    to be ensured.

21
ENERGY SLOGANS-1
  • Energy Saved is Pure Profit
  • Wastage of Energy Costs Earth
  • Save Energy and Save Environment
  • Switch Off the Electrical Appliances when not in
    Use/When Leaving Room
  • Natural light Sun Light is free, Use It
  • Switch Off the Computer When Not Required A PC
    Monitor Left ON Overnight Wastes Enough Energy to
    Laser Print 800 Pages of A4 Size
  • Switch Off the AC At least Half An Hour Before
    Leaving Office

22
ENERGY SLOGANS-2
  • Encourage More and More People to Save Energy
  • Service Electrical Equipments at Regular
    Intervals
  • Save Energy Save Nature
  • Saving On Electricity Assures BSNL Prosperity
  • Energy Conservation Nations Foundation
  • Conserve Energy Save Now or Pay Later
  • Energy is Life Conserve It

23
ENERGY SLOGANS-3
  • We Need YOU to Save Electricity
  • Keep Your Future Bright Turn Off Lights (When
    you Dont Need)
  • Energy Saved Today is Asset for Future"
  • The Less You Burn, The More You Earn
  • Power Saved Is Power Produced
  • When It Is Bright, Switch Off The Light
  • MIS Report Download

24
  • Thank You
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