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Title: Labeling Program Launch


1
National Educational / Awareness Programme On
Standards Labeling
G.Pandian Bureau of Energy Efficiency
(BEE) (Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) 4th
Floor, Sewa Bhawan R.K.Puram New Delhi -
110066 www.bee-india.nic.in
2
COMPARATIVE PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION OF
ELECTRICITY (kWh)
  • The per capita consumption in India is
    too low as compared to developed countries and
    approx. 20 of the world average. The per
    capita consumption is targeted to grow to about
    1000 kWh per year by 2012
  • Less than 50 of households have access
    to electricity, LPG and Kerosene

3
Total Installed Power Generation Capacity

Renewable Energy Sources(RES) include SHP, BG,
UI and Wind Energy.Abbreviation- SHP Small
Hydro Project , BG Biomass Gasifire, BP Biomass
Power, U IUrban Industrial Water Power,
RESRenewable Sources.
4
POWER Generation Transmission - Distribution
5
Energy Consumption and CO2 Emission
6
ENERGY DEMAND AND SUPPLY
7
How to Manage?
  • Supply of energy has to increase
  • The efficient use of energy and its conservation
    is the least- cost option to mitigate the gap
    between the demand and supply

Goal of Electricity for all by 2012
8
Government of India has enacted the Energy
Conservation Act, 2001 and established
Bureau of Energy Efficiency
1st March 2002
9
ENERGY CONSERVATION Act 2001
  • BEE created as a nodal statutory body to
    improve energy efficiency through
  • Standards and Labeling for equipments/appliances
    (SL)
  • Energy Conservation Building Codes (ECBC)
  • Energy consumption norms for Designated
    Consumers
  • Certification and accreditation of energy
    auditors and energy managers
  • Dissemination of information and best practices
  • Capacity Building
  • Establish EE delivery systems through
    Public-Private Partnerships
  • The Act creates the Bureau of Energy Efficiency
    (BEE) in the centre, and State Designated
    Agencies (SDAs) in the states
  • 30 states have created SDAs

10
Standards and Labeling
11
Why Standards Labelling Programme
  • Wide variation in energy consumption of
    products of manufacturers is observed.
  • Information on energy consumption is often not
    easily available or easy to understand from the
    nameplate.
  • lead to continued manufacture and purchase of
    inefficient equipments and appliances.

12
Benefits of Standards Labeling
Six significant benefits 1. Provides
information on energy use to consumers 2. Enable
s consumers to reduce energy bills 3. Reduces
capital investment in energy supply
infrastructure 4. Strengthens competitive
markets 5. Mitigates climate change goals
6. Reduces urban/regional pollution
13
Standards Labeling - Worldwide
  • Russia introduced the efficiency information
    labels and performance standards from 1960
    onwards.
  • The first mandatory minimum energy-efficiency
    standard was introduced in Poland during 1962.
  • The state of California, U.S introduced the
    energy-efficiency standards in 1976
  • French government introduced standards for
    refrigerator 1968 and for freezers 1978.
  • Around the world 43 governments have introduced
    the standards and labeling during 2000 and it is
    increased to 65 in the year 2007.
  • Recently, a number of countries have initiated
    programs of voluntary endorsement labeling for
    energy efficient products.
  • Many other countries including Australia, Canada,
    China, Brazil, Thailand, Japan, and the United
    Kingdom (U.K.) have subsequently implemented
    national programs.

14
Year Vs No. of Countries implementation of SL
15
Comparative Energy Label
16
Energy Endorsement Label
17
Eco Labels
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Energy Conservation Act, 2001
  • Act empowers Bureau and Central Govt. to specify
    Energy Consumption Standards.
  • Prohibit manufacture or sale or import of
    equipments and appliances that do not meet
    standards
  • Require display of Energy performance labels on
    equipments and appliances

20
Standards Labeling
Standard Energy-efficiency standards are
procedures and regulations that prescribe the
energy performance of manufactured products,
sometimes prohibiting the sale of products that
are less energy efficient than the minimum
standard, often called Minimum Energy Performance
Standards (MEPS).
Label Energy-efficiency labels are informative
labels affixed to manufactured products to
describe the products energy performance
(usually in the form of energy use, efficiency,
or energy cost) these labels give consumers the
data necessary to make informed purchases
21
The Iceberg of energy labeling
22
BEE Star Labeled products
23
Refrigerators
Direct Cool
Frost Free
24
Refrigerator
  • Label Information
  • Energy Consumption per Year
  • Appliance
  • Brand
  • Model Name/Number, Year of Manufacturing
  • Type
  • Gross Volume
  • Storage Volume

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BEE approved Brand wise Refrigerator models
(Frost Free and Direct Cool)
Sl.No. Brand Frost Free Direct Cool Total
1 Whirlpool 12 11 23
2 Samsung 70 37 107
3 LG 87 45 132
4 Electrolux 6 18 24
5 Videocon 4 15 19
6 Kelvinator 0 32 32
7 Godrej 23 27 50
8 Kenstar 2 6 8
9 Sanyo 3 0 3
10 Sharp 11 0 11
11 Toshiba 25 0 25
12 Haier 23 12 35
13 Koryo 1 0 1
14 Next 0 2 2
  Total 267 205 472
27
Room Air Conditioners Up to 11 kW cooling
capacity
28
Air conditioner
  • Label information
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Appliance Type
  • Brand
  • Model Name/Number, Year of Manufacturing
  • Cooling capacity (W)
  • Power Consumption (W)
  • Variable Speed Compressor
  • Heat Pump

29
BEE approved and Brand wise Air-Conditioner
models
Sl.No. Brand Window Split Total
1 Blue Star 0 11 11
2 Carrier 28 24 52
3 Daikin 0 1 1
4 Electrolux 8 12 20
5 Koryo 0 4 4
6 La Vida 4 1 5
7 LG 13 77 90
8 Onida 2 10 12
9 Samsung 2 41 43
10 Sensei 0 4 4
11 Videocon 1 4 5
12 Voltas 12 9 21
13 Whirlpool 5 7 12
14 Toshiba 0 8 8
15 Haier 0 4 4
16 Azure 0 5 5
17 Daenyx 2 0 2
18 Hitachi 0 9 9
19 Godrej 5 8 13
  Total 82 239 321
30
Impact Assessment
31
No. of BEE Star labeled refrigerator models in
the market
32
No. of BEE Star labeled FF refrigerator models in
the market
33
No. of BEE Star labeled DC refrigerator models in
the market
34
No. of BEE Star labeled Window AC models in the
market
35
No. of BEE Star labeled Split AC models in the
market
36
Tubular Fluorescent Lamp
1200 mm up to 40 W, Colour temp 6500 K, 4000 K
and 2700 K
Star marking on the lamp
37
Tubular Fluorescent Lamps
Sl. No. Name of the Manufacturers
1 Surya Roshni Ltd.
2 Surya Galaxy
3 Philips Electronics India Ltd.
4 Indo Asian Fusegear Ltd.
5 OSRAM India Pvt. Ltd.
6 Wipro limited (Lighting Division)
7 Crompton Greaves
8 Hind Lamps Ltd.
9 Bajaj Electricals Limited
10 Anchor Daewoo Industries Ltd.
11 Myna Electronics Ltd.
12 CEMA
13 General Electric
14 Prestige Onida Ltd
15 Sathe Lighting Pvt. Ltd
16 Jindal lamps (Pvt.) Ltd
38
Verified Energy Savings 2007-08 Standards and
Labeling Programme
Refrigerators
Air Conditioners
Item Reference Units NPC
Annual Electricity Saved Million Units 1122.83
No of Refrigerators Sold (Star Non Star) Million 4.5
No of Refrigerators Sold (Star Labeled) Million 2.81
of Star Labeled Sold 62.44
T D Losses considered 20
Plant Load Factor 78
Avoided Generation MW 205
Item Reference Units NPC
Annual Electricity Saved Million Units 130.24
No of AC Sold (Star Non Star) Million 2.1
No of AC Sold (Star Labeled) Million 0.3
of Star Labeled Sold 14.3
T D Losses considered 20
Plant Load Factor 78
Avoided Generation MW 23.8
Tube Light
Item Reference Units NPC
Annual Electricity Saved Million Units 172.8
T D Losses considered 20
Plant Load Factor 78
Avoided Electricity Generation MW 31.6
Total 260.40 MW
39
Impact on Environment
Appliance CO2 Reduction as an impact of BEE Star labeling
AC 0.106476 Million Tons
Refrigerator 0.946334 Million Tons
TFL 0.146880 Million Tons
TOTAL 1.1996690 Million Tons
40
Distribution Transformer (16, 25, 63, 100, 160
and 200 kVA)
41
New Products
42
Next Products in the queue
  • Washing machine
  • Compact Fluorescent Lamps
  • (CFL)
  • Set top boxes
  • Transport Sector (2 4 wheelers)

43
Future Equipments/appliances for Standards
Labeling
  • Electronic Ballast
  • Computer Monitors
  • Kerosene Stoves
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
  • External Power Supplies (EPS)
  • Battery Chargers (BCs)
  • Motor systems
  • Motor compressors
  • Industrial Fans Blowers

44
Consumer / Sales executives awareness and
Educational programme
45
Print Media
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49
City wise National Educational / Awareness
50
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51
AC Calculator
52
Piggy LeafletContains Essence Of Promoters Card
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Check TestingIndependent Agency for Monitoring
and Evaluation(IAME)RITES Ltd.
56
Test Laboratories
  • Intertek Testing Services Ltd.
  • New Delhi
  • Electrical Research Development Association
    (ERDA)
  • Vadodara
  • Central Power Research Institute (CPRI)
  • Bangalore

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Energy Saving by Standards Labeling Programme
To reduce overall energy consumption by use of
such equipments / appliances 18 BU by 2012
(3000 MW)
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Nagaland
Rajasthan
61
Prize winning paintings of National Level
Painting Competition on Energy Conservation
62
  • Participating students of National Painting
    Competition with Honble President of India, Dr.
    A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on
    National Energy Conservation Day (14th December
    2005)

63
National Energy Conservation Day 14 Dec 2006
64
National Energy Conservation Day 14 Dec 2007
65
National Energy Conservation Day 14 Dec 2006
66
Energy Conservation Award General Manager,
Western Railway
67
Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC)
ECBC launched by MOP on 27.5.2007
68
Go for Gold !
  • Decrease the energy-efficiency bandwidth of the
    sector
  • Tin tries harder than bronze, , Gold sets world
    standards

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It is never too late to practice energy modesty
and efficiency otherwise
Year 1900
The history repeats itself scenario
Year 1800
Year 2000
Year 2050
Year 2020
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Thank You
G.Pandian Energy Economist Bureau of Energy
Efficiency (Ministry of Power, Govt. of
India) 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R.K.Puram New
Delhi 110066 E-Mail gpandian_at_beenet.in Web
www.bee-india.nic.in
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