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1 Energy Management Centre - Kerala Department of Power, Government of Kerala Sreekrishna Nagar, Sreekariyam P.O. Thiruvananthapuram 695017 Kerala www.keralaenergy.gov.in Managing Energy and Environment

2 CDM BASED CFL PROGRAMME K. M. Dharesan Unnithan Director Energy Management Centre -Kerala Energy Management Centre - Kerala

3 Inauguration The Programme was inaugurated on 15 March 2010 by the then Hon.ble Chief Minister of Kerala by giving two 14 W CFLs to the then Hon.ble Opposition Leader. Energy Management Centre - Kerala

4 Implementation Area/ no of Project CircleCFL distributed% coverage South /635,28,47882.56% Central/ 741,01,36080% North/ 1051,63,70285.67% Total1,27,93,54082.97% (88.7%)

5 Action so far Energy Management Centre - Kerala The Total project cost of the CFL programme is Rs. 95.94 Cr. Out of which Government has provided an amount of Rs. 40 Cr. KSEB has provided a loan an amount Rs. 51.50 Cr. at 13.5% The payment to Philips for CFLs was effected only after getting the invoices certified by the Deputy Chief Engineer of KSEB circle for having taken the CFLs in their stock.

6 Action so far Energy Management Centre - Kerala BEE appointed M/s ABPS Infraservices Limited, as the consultant for helping EMC to develop the CDM based Programme of Activity Design Document. The first version of the document was submitted to BEE on September 2010. EMC has requested BEE to select the Designated Operational Entity (DoE) on behalf of EMC. BEE has invited RFP and selected M/s TUV-SUD as the DoE.

7 Action so far Energy Management Centre - Kerala EMC submitted the final documents to the DoE through BEE. The Validater M/s TUV-SUD inspected the projects from24th February 2011 to 03 March 2011. Had Discussion with EMC and KSEB and visited KSEB Electrical Division and had interview with consumers. On the basis of their visit they submitted their verification protocol. After incorporating corrections in draft CPA-DD as per the observations of TUV-SUD, EMC submitted the final version to BEE.

8 Action so far Energy Management Centre - Kerala BEE forwarded the CPA-DD to the DoE and then submitted to UNFCCC. The First project was got registered on 26 April 2011. Based on the acceptance of the first project, M/s ABPS again modified the remaining 19 Project Document and finally all the remaining 19 projects were got registered on 06 May 2011.

9 Progress In Bachat Lamp Yojana Energy Management Centre - Kerala 1 project registered at UNFCCC on 29 April 2011. CFL lighting Scheme – Bachat Lamp Yojana in Thiruvananthapuram Urban Circle of Kerala State Electricity Board, Kerala, India Host Parties India Amount of Reductions 27,063 metric tonnes CO2 equivalent per annum Crediting Period 01 May 2011 – 30 April 2015 (Fixed) Inclusion date 26 April 2011

10 Progress In Bachat Lamp Yojana Energy Management Centre - Kerala CFL lighting Scheme – Bachat Lamp Yojana in Thiruvananthapuram Rural Circle of Kerala State Electricity Board, Kerala, India (19 Project) Host Parties India Crediting Period 09 May 2011 – 08 April 2015 (Fixed) Inclusion date 06 May 2011 Total CER expected 19.8 Lakhs

11 Pending activities Energy Management Centre - Kerala Disposal of the Incandescent lamps as per UNFCCC norms, work order issued to M/s SIDCO. Survey to assess the usage pattern of the CFLs. M/s Datamation, Delhi has completed the survey Appointment of DOE for first year verification

12 Annual Energy Consumption: Petroleum Fuel~ 6 MT Electricity ~ 12 BU; ~ 2900MW (Peak) Energy Management Centre - Kerala

13 Load Curve Energy Management Centre - Kerala

14 Category Present Rate: Rs/Unit 0-401.15 41-801.90 81-1202.40 121-1503.00 151-2003.65 201-3004.30 301-5005.30 Above 500 5.45 Domestic Tariff Energy Management Centre - Kerala

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16 Category2008-092009-10 % increase (MU) Domestic5931.276559.0010.58 Commercial1501.601793.0019.41 Industrial1015.401064.004.79 Irrigation & Dewatering 225.22257.0014.11 Public Lighting294.32303.002.95 LT Total8967.819976.0011.24 Growth of consumption during 2009-10 Source: KSEB ARR &ERC for 2011-12 Energy Management Centre - Kerala

17 4.3.4 In the ARR for the year 2010-11, the estimated energy sale for the year 2010-11 was 14831 MU. However, considering the decreasing trend in the consumption growth of LT consumers during the current year from April to September 2010, the revised estimate for the year 2010-11 is given below. Revised estimate of energy consumption for the year 2010-11 (MU) Category2009-10 % increase % increase over 2009-10 (MU)As per ARRRevised (MU) Domestic6559.007078.006925.005.58 Commercial1793.001886.001933.007.81 Industrial1064.001211.001081.001.60 Irrigation & Dewatering257.00250.00259.571.00 Public Lighting303.00325.00305.000.66 LT Total9976.0010750.0010503.575.29 Source: KSEB ARR &ERC for 2011-12 Energy Management Centre - Kerala

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20 Average amount of electricity bill before the installation of CFL KottayamPalakkadThrissurTotal kWhNo% % % % <100139.16124.267.18016.7 100-1992618.28433.31619.112626.3 200-2993021.03614.31315.57916.5 300-3992215.42811.11619.16613.8 400-4991611.2176.789.5418.5 500-599128.4104.089.5306.3 600+2416.7166.41720.25711.9 Total14310025210084100479100 Energy Management Centre - Kerala

21 Average amount of Electricity bill after BLY KottayamPalakkadThrissurTotal kWhNo% % % % < 100139.14819.11214.37315.2 100-1992718.96726.61011.910421.7 200-2992416.86124.21315.59820.5 300-3993121.6259.91821.47415.4 400-4992718.9197.51517.96112.7 500-599107.0135.267.1296.1 600+117.7197.51011.9408.4 Total14310025210084100479100 Energy Management Centre - Kerala

22 Change in consumption in Palakkad Units in slabsBefore BLYAfter BLY kWhNo% % <1004819.16124.2 100-1996726.68433.3 200-2996124.23614.3 300-399259.92811.1 400-499197.5176.7 500-599135.2104.0 600+197.5166.4 Total252100252100 Energy Management Centre - Kerala

23 Impact in Transmission and Distribution loss Reduction in Demand = 350 MW T & D loss = 17.8% Savings in T&D Loss = 62.30 MW @Rs. 8 Cr/MW Savings in Avoided Capacity = 498.4 Cr Impact in Transmission and Distribution loss Reduction in Demand = 350 MW T & D loss = 17.8% Savings in T&D Loss = 62.30 MW @Rs. 8 Cr/MW Savings in Avoided Capacity = 498.4 Cr Impact in Load Reduction in load= 350 MW @Rs. 8 Cr/MW Savings in Avoided Capacity = 350 x 8 = 2800 Cr Impact in Load Reduction in load= 350 MW @Rs. 8 Cr/MW Savings in Avoided Capacity = 350 x 8 = 2800 Cr Impact in domestic energy consumption Average cost of supply = Rs. 5 Average Cost of realisation = Rs. 1.93 Difference = Rs -3.07 Yearly electricity savings = 600 MU Benefits 600 x 3.07 = 184.2 Cr. Impact in domestic energy consumption Average cost of supply = Rs. 5 Average Cost of realisation = Rs. 1.93 Difference = Rs -3.07 Yearly electricity savings = 600 MU Benefits 600 x 3.07 = 184.2 Cr. Total = 3482.6 Cr Energy Management Centre - Kerala

24 energy management centre – kerala www.keralaenergy.gov.in 24 kmd@keralaenergy.gov.in


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