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1CENTRE OF ENERGY STUDIES AND RESEARCH Devi Ahilya University, Indore WEL COME
2CENTRE OF ENERGY STUDIES AND RSEARCH Devi Ahilya University, Indore PROGRESS REPORTCENTRE OF ENERGY STUDIES AND RSEARCHDevi Ahilya University, Indore
3Honorable members of the Board Prof. D.P. SinghVice-ChancellorDevi Ahilya University,IndoreShri C.S. Chadda (Retd. I.A.S.)Honorary Life Member, BOGShri S.R. Mohanti (I.A.S.)Managing Director,M.P. Urja Vikas Nigam, BhopalMr. Asad WarsiDirectorECO-PRO, Environmental ServicesShri B.K. PatelChief Engineer (In-charge)M.P. Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd.,BhopalProf. Bhumesh GuptaDirectorAcademic Staff CollegeDAVV, IndoreProf. M.S. Sodha (F.N.A)Founder Chairman, CESRLuknowShri M.L. BamboriyaMinistry of New and Renewable EnergyGovt of India, New DelhiMr. S.L. GangradeRegional ManagerM.P. AGRO, IndoreDr. S.P. SinghDirector, CESR andMember Secretary, BOGCentre of Energy Studies and Research, Indore
4CENTRE OF ENERGY STUDIES AND RESEARCH The Centre of Energy Studies and Research (CESR), an autonomous organization established by Devi Ahilya University, Indore and Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., Bhopal in December, 1989 to serve energy related academic, research and development needs in the state of Madhya Pradesh.CESR registered as a society under the Society Registration act (1973), is academically a part of Devi Ahilya University, Indore under the faculty of Engineering Sciences and based at its Khandwa Road Campus of Devi Ahilya University, Indore.
6Activities under the Biogas Development and Training Centre (BDTC) Following activities has been carried out under the programme in M.P. and Chhatisgarh statesS.No.Name of the ActivityNumberDuration1.Construction cum Maintenance Training Programmes0815 days2.Turn key Workers Training Programmes033.Staff Training Programmes022 days4.User’s Training Programmes691 day5.Feed back survey of the constructed plants1188As assigned6.Biogas plants constructed during the CCM training programmes57-
7PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE VARIOUS TRAINING AND AWARENESS PROGRAMMES Activities under the Biogas Development and Training Centre (BDTC) (A sponsored programme of the ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India, New Delhi)PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE VARIOUS TRAINING AND AWARENESS PROGRAMMES
8PHOTOGRAPHS OF VARIOUS TRAINING AND AWARENESS PROGRAMMES Activities under the Biogas Development and Training Centre (BDTC) (A sponsored programme of the ministry of new and renewable energy, Govt. of India, New Delhi)PHOTOGRAPHS OF VARIOUS TRAINING AND AWARENESS PROGRAMMES
9Activities under the Biogas Development and Training Centre (BDTC) ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN ASSIGNED WORKDetailed Project Report for biogas based power generation plants in 10 goshalas in M.P. has been prepared and report submitted to the M.P. Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., BhopalS. No. Name of the Goshala Type of Biomass Capacity (CUM)Adrash Goshala, MC, Gwalior Cow DungPashu Prajanan Parikshetra, Bhaadbhada Cow DungPashu Prajanan Parikshetra, Aagar, Shajapur Cow DungPashu Prajanan Parikshetra, Minora, Tikamgarh Cow DungPashu Prajanan Parikshetra ImplikhedaChindwada Cow DungCentral Jail, Ujjain Cow DungCentral Jail, Sagar Cow DungPashu Prajanan Prikshetra, Jabalpur Cow Dung NACentral Semen Station, Bhadhada, Bhopal Cow DungBull mother Form, Bhadbada, Bhopal Cow Dung
10Activities under the Biogas Development and Training Centre (BDTC) ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN ASSIGNED WORK1. Detailed Project Report and proposal prepared for 25 cum Cow dung based plant for thermal use at village Guwar, District Narmada, Gujrat. 2. Detailed Project Report and proposal prepared for 25CUM Kitchen Waste based Biogas Plant and 25 cum Cow dung based plant for thermal use at Baramhkumari Ashram, Mount Abu, Rajashthan cum Cow dung based plant for thermal use at Baramhkumari Ashram, Mount Abu, Rajashthan has been constructed. 12 cum Kitchen waste based biogas plant is under construction at the same organization. 4. New design of Biogas plant is constructed and the same is under testing. 5. Physical verification of biogas plant installed by MPAGRO in the last 3 years in the 3 districts has been carried out. 6. Inspection of 10 KW power generation biogas plant at Sant Asharam Bapu Goshal, Sheopur M.P.
11DPR preparation for Developing Rewa as Solar City We have received the work order from Municipal Corporation Rewa (M.P.) to prepare Master Plan to Develop Rewa as Solar City. An agreement with RMC has been signed and the work has been started.
12DPR preparation for Developing Bhopal as Solar City We have received the work order from Municipal Corporation Bhopal to prepare Master Plan to Develop Bhopal as Solar City. An agreement with BMC has been signed and the work has been started.
13Research and Development Activities A R&D Project entitled “Design Development of Horizontal Biomass Gasifier” sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, New Delhi is being carried out at the centre. Tenure of the project is 3 years.Progress Report of the project for 1st year ( ) has been submitted to the DST.A review paper on the subject has been communicated in the Journal “Renewable and Sustainable Energy”.
14Research and Development Projects Going on Ongoing projectsResearch and Development Projects Going onS.NoProject TitleDurationSponsored Agency1Biogas DevelopmentTraining Centre, Indore UnderNational Biogas ManureManagement ProgrammeMinistry of New andRenewable EnergySources, Govt. of India,New Delhi2Regional Test center cumTechnical Back up unit forSolar Thermal Devices3Holistic Approach to Utilizealgae For fuel productionUniversity GrantCommission, Govt. ofIndia, New Delhi4Design and Development ofHorizontal Gasifier forBiomass materialsDST, New Delhi5.Water Conservation Studieson Old Monuments and Fortsof M.PMPCST, Bhopal
15Energy Educational and Training Programme The MNRE had set-up an Energy Park (district level) at CESR. The Park is a unique facility for demonstration of different renewable energy gadgets. A number of students, visitors, faculties and general public visit the park and reply to their queries is given by the faculty and staff of the centre.
16Celebration of World Wetland Day World Wetland Day was Celebrated on Feb. 02, followed by experts lectures
17A Visit of the Adnl. M. D. , M. P. Urja Vikas Nigam, Bhopal Shri M. C A Visit of the Adnl. M.D., M.P. Urja Vikas Nigam, Bhopal Shri M.C.B.Chakraworthy, Adnl. M.D. and Shri B.K. Patel, Chief Engineer , MPUVN visited the centre on Feb. 04, Both the Officers were introduced with the activities being carried out and future plans were also discussed.
18Testing ProgrammeThe Centre is providing Third Party Test facilities to many agencies for the following:Testing of Solar Thermal Devices like Solar Water Heater and Solar CookerFuels (coal and bio-fuels)Reflectivity and Emissivity Test of Paints and materials,Gasifiers, Biomass Cook Stoves andTesting of LED, Induction Lamps and Energy Efficient Lighting Systems.
19PUBLICATIONSS.P. Singh, K.S. Jairaj, K. Srikant. Universal Drying Rate Constant of Seedless Grapes: A Review, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews; 16, pp 6295– (2012).Singh Aarti and S P Singh (2012) “Effect of micronutrient in waste minimization and degradation, International Journal of Pollution Abatement Technology. Vol. 1(1) PP:40-42Trpathi Satyendra, Singh R N, Soni D K, Jagan P and Chatuvedi Annop (2012) Impact of Agricultural/ Biomass residues Burning on Atmospheric Particulate Concentration and Human Health - A Review” Our Earth Vol. 9 (3) PP8-14.
20Faculty serving in National committees National Expert for Solar City Development, Panel of Experts, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India, New Delhi.Member of R& D Committee (RDSPAC), MNRE, Govt. of IndiaMember of Sub-Group under the working Group on New and Renewable Energy (NRE) for “Cooking Energy from Renewable” for the Twelfth Five Year Plan ( ).Member, on Conventional Energy Sources Sectional Committee MED-04 and Solar Thermal Energy Sub Committee ME04:1; Bureau of Indian Standard, New DelhiMember Governing Body of JAYPEE University of Engineering & Technology Nominated by His Excellency the Governor of M.PMember of MPCST Governing Body, Govt. of M.PMember, Board of Post Graduate Studies of Dep’t of Environmental Sciences, ,B.B.A University, LucknowUGC Expert for UGC-SAP, SEES, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.Member, Constitution of state level registration committee for re-cycler /re-processors under hazardous waste (M.H. & TM) rules 2008 for the duration of three years (M.P. Pollution Control Board, M.P.)Life Member of Indian Water Works Association.Member, CEPRD, Indore.Reviewer of Journal of Hazardous Materials, ISSN: , imprint: ELSEVIER,U.KMember of Board of School Of Energy and Environmental Studies.Member Secretary, Board of Governors, Centre of Energy Studies and Research, DAVV, Indore
21Other ActivitiesThe Centre is supporting its sister concern, School of Energy and Environmental Studies in their academic programmes i.e. M. Tech. (Energy Mgmt.) , M. Tech. (Distance Education), M. Phil, (Energy and Environmental Mgmt.) and Ph.D. Programme and other projects carried out at the School.
22Policy document and green University Calendar Preparation Green University Calendar has been prepared by the department under the coordination of Dr. S P Singh and same was inaugurated by Dr Karan Singh, VC BHU, Varanasi.Green University Policy has been prepared by the department under the coordination of Dr. S P Singh and same was inaugurated by Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam (Ex President of India).
23Future Objectives The centre aims at main thrust on the following Areas for fund generation:DPR preparation for Development of Solar Cities.Energy Audit and Energy Conservation Projects in Industries, Commercial and Residential Building sectors.Third Party Verification for various schemes implemented by the different agencies.DPR preparation for Biogas based Power Generation projects.Testing of Fuels, Water, Solar Energy Devices, Energy Efficient Lighting systems for the purpose of third party verification.
24Limitations S.No. Position Status 1 Director 2 Dy. Director -I Vacant Due to short funding support of the nigam, the Centre is facing hardship and couldn't fill vacant positions and hence restricts to achieve its set objectives. Present position of the staff is as under:S.No.PositionStatus1DirectorAs per BOG’s decision, Head, School of Energy is also acting as Director of CESR2Dy. Director -IVacant3Dy. Director - II4Research Assistants (4 Positions)Filled 2Vacant 2