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3 Does following aspects Bother you or of Concern to YOU ? Increasing Energy Cost Pressure on Profit Margins due to High Competition & High Production Cost Unaware of the losses & potential for energy cost reduction in your plant Training & knowledge level of Plant Personnel on Electrical Energy Efficiency Taking Initiative & Building Team Effort for Energy Cost Reduction Managing Equipment specifications and their History Cards Finding & Implementation of Cost Reduction measures as a regular activity Relying on external energy audits only Wants to verify saving potential by energy efficient equipments/controls Looking for a tool to quantify saving potential & implementation of energy conservation idea Equipment selection criteria so as to ensure high efficiency on operation for utilities like pump Want to establish proper Energy Monitoring approach to know & control Energy Consumption at various Feeders/DBs

4 Whether pressure drop has been quantified the in compressed air network ? Whether no-load current & no-load power have been measured for the motors after rewinding ? What are the electrical system losses in my plant ? Do we monitor SEGR of our D.G. Sets ? Are our Pumps operating at optimum parameters ? Whether our Lighting is energy efficient ? Do we keep quantifying the losses due to compressed air leakages ? Whether our transformers are optimally loaded ? Do we know the loading of the motors and their operating cost per annum ? Do we measure PF at major load ends & place capacitors accordingly ? Do we know Pattern of our Maximum Demand, PF in a year ? Are we paying penalties on Maximum Demand or consuming MD less than 75%of Contract Demand ? Do we track energy consumption at various equipments in the plant Effectively ? Also, for EFFECTIVE Energy Cost Minimization it is required to ANSWER 100s of questions, such as:

5 Modules Motors Compressors Pumps Fans & Blowers Refrigeration & AC Cooling towers Lighting DG. set Transformers, PF improvement & Energy Monitoring Functional Help: Simplified Test Methods, Transparent Formulae & Calculations, Input forms to ensure correct & complete data collection, Instruments Required Monitor Specific Energy Consumption At SEB. Meter, feeders, DBs & DGs as compared to Benchmark Performance evaluation Of the equipments, Operational Efficiency, SEC, Comparison with Benchmark Quantified Losses Applicable energy conservation Options. Potential for Energy Conservation. Savings in kWh & Rs Techno-Economic Feasibility, Pay- back Period, Life Cycle Costing, Merits & De-Merits of Various EC Options Technical help On Each equipment Monitoring Energy Performance & Savings after Implementing ECM Energy efficient Equipment Vendors list Summarization of ECM for Management Reporting SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Approach in See-UtiSave See-UtiSave Offers Output you Get Additional Benefits Elaborate subject knowledge of EE & Proven Pathway for Energy Conservation for all the modules Implemented Case-Studies Complete Equipment Specifications at one place, feeder, DB, DG & Capacitors details And a lot more

6 As BEE explain: You as Energy Manager Focal point of all the activities pertaining to energy management in the organization Establish an energy conservation cell Develop & manage training program for energy efficiency at operating levels Prepare Annual Activity Plan Develop integrated system of energy efficiency and environmental improvement Establish/participate in information exchange with other energy managers of the same \ sector through association. Provide information to BEE & Designated Agency of the respective states as demanded in the Act Co-ordinate implementation of energy audit/efficiency improvement projects through external agencies Initiate activities to improve monitoring & process control to reduce energy costs

7 Sustained energy conservation efforts Plant energy usage needs to be evaluated on regular & continual basis Ensure energy efficient working of the factory at equipment, utility, process & plant level Continual improvement in establishments energy performance levels A strategic approach to accomplish this would involve: Creation and maintenance of a detailed database from equipment design specification to the operating parameters; Create Benchmarks & Monitor Energy Consumption with reference to it; Facilitate Identification of Energy Conservation Opportunities on a continual basis; Facilitate e valuation of Techno-Economic Feasibility of these Opportunities; Facilitate Implementation of the Measures; Monitoring, Verification & Reporting the Savings. Knowledge based software solutions…. Facilitates you…. That means…...

8 1.Lists the ongoing energy consumption: Electricity & all types of fuels, Energy Guzzlers, Incorporate applicable electricity tariff – initializing energy management 2.Plant particulars: Section name & process – knowing where energy is being consumed & why 3.DG sets: monitors fuel consumption versus KWhr generated – Ensures DG set performance 4.Shift wise/Daily recording of KWhr, KVARh; Computes shift wise Power Factor – Timely execution of corrective action so as to ensure highest PF (0.99 to 1) 5.Electrical network (consisting various feeders & DBs) and provides monitoring of energy consumption versus production/output at SEB/Feeder/DB level – Results in to plant / process or equipment wise energy monitoring, norms fixation & targeting 6.Monthly Electricity Consumption Data (Maximum Demand, Billing Demand, Power Factor, KWhr Consumption, Demand Charges, KWhr Charges, Monthly Bill) – Bill analysis 7.Report generation for daily & monthly PF, KWhr & KVARh – Energy Monitoring 8.Frequency Distribution & Regression Analysis for energy consumption & production/output at SEB/Feeder/DB level – Energy Monitoring, Norms Fixation & Targeting 9.Graphical representation of KWhr, MD, PF, KWhr Charges, MD Charges & Total Bill for a given year or period – Bill analysis 10. Case studies on how to go about Energy Monitoring, Norms Fixation & Targeting What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Plant Data & Energy Monitoring: Knowing how much we are consuming where is first step towards energy conservation

9 What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Power Factor Improvement & Demand Management: 1.Calculations for Capacitor (KVAR) requirement for desired PF improvement, Reduction in demand charges, % Reduction in I2R losses 2.Payback period calculation for installing capacitors & Recommendations for improving PF 3.Guidelines on Capacitor Selection & Maintenance 4.Guidelines for allocating KVAR on each steps of APFC – when there is APFC billing PF should be maintained at 1. 5.Where should I put my capacitors? How line losses & cable sizing get affected? 6.Demand Management – how to go about it? 7.Application of demand controllers 8.Is my Contract Demand all right? 9.Utilizing tariff pattern in best possible manner 10.Lots of Case Studies 11.Capacitor - Conditioning Monitoring More we save, more we come to know that still more we can save

10 What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Induction Motors: 1.Incorporate Installed Motor Specifications, Choose Motors with design data for Motor Load Analysis – Gear-up for Motor Load Analysis. 2.Log measured V, A, PF & KW; thus compute Motor Loading (%), Losses (KW), Efficiency, Annual KWhr consumption & Operating Cost – Motors are power hungry, now we know size of their stomach and look for their diet-plan. 3.Evaluate for Energy Conservation Options (Delta to Star Conversion, Automatic Star/Delta Controller, Replacement by smaller rating Standard/Energy Efficient Motor : Life Cycle Costing, Installing Flat-belt drive, Energy Saver/Soft-Starter etc.) & the Saving Potential with Payback Period – Which energy conservation measure will work how, which one is best for which motor? 4.KVAR requirement for Power Factor Improvement at Load End – Its better. 5.Date &/or Section wise display of Motor Load Analysis – Monitor Motor Performance 6.Maintenance record keeping, Monitoring of No-load Current (A) & No-load Power (KW), Graphical display of Variation in Motor Current (A) & Power Drawn (KW) with Time – Rewind or Replace on this burnout? 7.Motor Search – know your motors by your identification criteria. 8.Case Studies, Glossary, Technical help, Motor Selection – Knowledgebase for energy efficiency. We are shy of capital cost & keep loosing huge on operating cost, will we base our decisions on total cost?

11 What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Compressors & Compressed Air Systems : 1.Incorporate Compressor & pressure vessel specifications – Prerequisite. 2.Periodically carryout Performance Evaluation by Free Air Delivery (FAD) Test & Leakage Test – Routine testing is essential to ensure their performance. 3.Test Output in terms of FAD in m 3 /Min, Volumetric Efficiency, Power Consumption in KW / 100 SCFM, Leakage in m 3 /Min, Leakage loss in Rs/Annum – Compare with others & their own original performance and take remedial actions. 4.Review pressure settings/requirement – Minimize them, should there be two lines HP & LP? Can compressed air applications be substituted by direct electrical operation? Systems should be Centralized or De-centralized? 5.Calculating Pressure drop in pipelines – Ascertain pipe size for minimum losses. 6.Knowledgebase for energy efficiency 7.Compressor Selection – Its crucial. 8.Case Studies, experience sharing – May work for you too. 9.Glossary, Test Procedures, Input formats, Output reporting – Its convenient. Monitor utility operating conditions, performance & their operational cost or land up with inefficiencies which are otherwise avoidable.

12 What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Pumps & the Network: 1.Incorporate Pump Specifications – here is the key to power consumption I.e. correct selection of head & discharge. 2.Carry out performance evaluation: Output – Total head, Pumping Capacity & Pump Efficiency – Know how are you operating as compared to your requirement & pump specifications, how far is present operation from the best efficiency point. 3.Calculate Motor Power (HP/KW) required for a given pumping requirement – lets cross check with actual power consumption. 4.Ascertain Pump Flow Rates: While designing flow rate for a cooling system, use maximum cooling possible from the cooling tower: this will minimize the flow rate & hence pumping power – choice is ours higher flow rate or manageable rise in temperature for the cooling tower". 5.Find out energy conservation potential by Impeller trimming, Impeller Replacement Providing variable speed drive, Application of energy efficient pumps and other measures – realize this huge energy saving potential. 6.Case Studies, Technical help – Learn more, apply more & save more Its not primarily the designed efficiency but the correct selection of equipment specification for a given requirement decides its efficient or inefficient operation.

13 What See-UtiSave can do for you? – its Features Refrigeration & Air Conditioning: Utilities offers immense opportunities for energy saving – Search for them in your installation 1.Incorporate Design Parameters 2.Requirement rationalization 3.Performance evaluation of Refrigeration system or Chiller by calculation of output in terms of Net Refrigeration Effect, Compression Ratio, COP, Evaporator Duty, Evaporator effectiveness, HP per TR, Condenser Effectiveness, Actual Flow in Chiller – to know the deviation from the design and take corrective actions accordingly 4.Estimation of refrigeration or Air Conditioning Compressor capacity 5.Energy Conservation Measures 6.Evaluate the Pumping systems for saving potential 7.Technical help, Tips & case studies












25 Graphical Analysis of Vital Parameters Do I Monitor Monthly Electricity Bill & Identify Bill Minimization Opportunities?

26 What is my DG Electricity Cost ? How much costlier is it as compared to SEB Cost ? Performance Evaluation of DG Set: Effect of % Loading on SEGR, Comparison with Benchmark

27 Complete Techno- Economic feasibility for Power Factor Improvement

28 Is my Motor Optimally Sized ? What is its Operational Efficiency & Annual Operating Cost? How can I Conserve Energy? Are there cheaper options possible? Quantified Voltage Imbalance for timely actions

29 Proven Energy Conservation Measures for Motors Saving Potential & Payback Period Built-in Database for IEEMA Standards for Standard & Energy Efficient Motors

30 What is extent of Leakage in Compressed Air Lines ? Performance Evaluation of Compressed Air System: Know FAD, Vol. Eff, KW/100 SCFM, Comparison with Benchmark for your Installation

31 Performance Evaluation of Pump: Know Operating Efficiency, Total Head & Pathway for EC Functional Help: Described Test Methods, Approach for Calculation with formulae, databases & standards

32 Input Format What are the Data Required for Analysis? Print Input format to ensure proper data collection Systematic Approach & Elaborate Features to Ensure Results for your Efforts

33 Savings in Oversized Pump by Impeller Trimming & Replacement

34 Fan Drive Loss Calculations

35 When should I go for VSD ? Savings by Installing VSD

36 Data base for Refrigerant Properties Performance Evaluation of RAC: Know Operating kW/TR Whether my Refrigeration System Components Performance is OK?

37 How my CT Performing ? How can I Save Energy on CT ?

38 Transformer Load Management

39 Apply Simple Tips on Energy Conservation at your work Unit Conversion

40 Who will supply equipments/retrofits/ controls/meters/ for improving energy efficiency ?

41 Keep the maintenance record of each electrical equipment in History Card

42 Keep the record of energy saving measures taken in the plant





47 Over 150 Satisfied Clients Some of them are: 1. ACC Nihon Castings Ltd., Butibori, Nagpur, MS 2. Apollo Tyres Ltd., Cochin, Kerala 4. Bakemans Industries Ltd., Nagpur, MS 5. Ban-bro Steel Castings Pvt. Ltd., Ahmednagar, MS 6. Central Cables Ltd., Nagpur, MS (two plants) 7. Cummins Diesel Sales & Service Ltd., Pune 8. Dep Dop Neeraj Chemicals Ltd, Nagpur, MS 9. Electrosteel Castings Ltd., Ghaziabad, UP 10. Hari Vishnu Packaging Ltd, Nagpur, MS 11. KFA Corporation Ltd., Kanhan, MS 12. Lucas TVS Ltd., Mannur, TN 13. Madhyawart Exxoil Ltd., Betul, MP 14. Minex Metallurgical Co. Ltd., Nagpur, MS 15. Mutha Founders Ltd, Satara, MS (for MITCON, Pune) 16. Mutha Spherocast Ltd., Satara (for MITCON, Pune) 17. Nagpur Fabriforge Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur, MS 18. Nagpur Foundries Ltd., Nagpur, MS 19. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., Mumbai, MS 20. Pudumjee Agro Industries Ltd., Narsinghpur, MP 21. Rajaram Steel Industries, Nagpur, MS 22. Ramsons Castings Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur, MS 23. Seagram Distilleries Limited, Nasik, MS 24. Singhal Swaroop Ispat Ltd., Bombay, MS 25. SKG Solvex Ltd., Guna, M.P. 26. Ujjawal Ispat Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur, MS 27. Viraj Alloys Ltd., Tarapur, Thane, MS 28. Viraj Forgings Ltd., Tarapur, Thane, MS

48 29. Viraj ImpoExpo Ltd., Tarapur, Thane, MS 30. Virat Alloys Ltd., Tarapur, Thane, MS (for MITCON, Pune) 31. WCL Coal Washery at Nandan, M.P. (for NEERI, Nagpur) 32. Maharashtra Antibiotics & Pharm. Ltd., Nagpur, MS 33. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Nagpur, MS 34. Philips India Ltd., Bombay, MS 36. Pix Transmissions Ltd, Nagpur, MS 37. Super Auto Forge Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, TN 38. Serum Institute of India Ltd., Pune (through Yajna Fuel Services) 39. Wockhardt Industries Ltd., Ankaleshwar, GS (for Yagna Fuel Services) 40. VIP Industries Ltd., Nagpur M.S. 41. Elecon Engg. Co. Ltd., V.V. Nagar (GS); 42. Raymond Ltd., Textile Divn., Chhindwara (MP), 43. Herdillia Chemicals Ltd, Mumbai (MS); 44. School of Energy & Environment, DAVV, Indore (MP), 45. Seagram Ltd., Nasik (MS) 46. H&R Johnson (I) Ltd., Dewas (MP) 47. NCCBM, New Delhi 48. Trivedi & Associates, Baroda, GS 49. TVS-Lucas Ltd. (FIE Division) Chennai, TN 50. Council of scientific & industrial research (CSIR) Chennai, TN 51. Lanka Transformers Ltd., Colombo, Sri Lanka 52. Cummins Diesel Sales & Service Ltd., Pune MS 53. Seth Techno Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad, GS 54. Hi-Wave Electrical and Energy Management, Ahmedabad, GS 55. Energy saving Co, LLC, Oman 56. Indorama Synthetics (India) Ltd., Nagpur, MS 57. Ispat Industries Ltd, Kalmeshwar 58. Asian Paints (I) Ltd, Ankleshwar, Gujarat 59. Ballarpur Industries Ltd., Ballarshah, MS 60. Nagpur Municipal Corporation (Kanhan Water Works), MS 61. Nippon Denro Ispat Ltd., Nagpur, MS 62. Noble Explochem Ltd., Selu, Nagpur, MS 63. DCL Polyesters Ltd., Mouda, Nagpur, MS

49 For further information contact : SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd., LetsConserve, 11/5, MIDC Infotech Park Near VRCE Telephone Exchange, South Ambazari Road, Nagpur M.S. Ph : Fax : Visit us at :

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