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1 © Confederation of Indian Industry Energy Conservation in Home

2 © Confederation of Indian Industry Energy consumption in residential sector  Total installed power generation capacity >1,00,000 MW  10-15% energy from the Residential sector  Major components  Lighting  Fans & Air-Conditioning  Heaters  Refrigerator  Washing machine  Water Pump  Thermal Energy - LPG

3 © Confederation of Indian Industry Why Energy savings?  Reduction in EB bill  Potential to save up to 50%  National interest  Reduce pollution and  Conserving our natural resources

4 © Confederation of Indian Industry Typical Energy Use at Home ApplianceEnergy Used (Watts) Time needed to consume 1 Unit (kWh) of electricity Night Lamp1566 hours 40 minutes Incandescent Lamp4025 hours Incandescent Lamp6016 hours 40 minutes Incandescent Lamp10010 hours Fluorescent tube light5418 hours 30 minutes CFL (9W)10100 hours CFL (11W)1283 hours 30 minutes Mosquito repellent5200 hours Fan (42”)5020 hours Table Fan4025 hours

5 © Confederation of Indian Industry Typical Energy Use at Home ApplianceEnergy Used (Watts) Time needed to consume 1 Unit (kWh) of electricity Air cooler1158 hours 40 minutes Air conditioner (1 Ton)150040 minutes Refrigerator – 165 litres1059 hours 30 minutes Refrigerator – 300 litres1258 hours Mixer / Juicer4502 hours 15 minutes Toaster8001 hour 15 minutes Electric oven120050 minutes Microwave oven180034 minutes Iron – Light weight4502 hours 15 minutes Iron – Heavy7501 hour 20 minutes

6 © Confederation of Indian Industry Typical Energy Use at Home ApplianceEnergy Used (Watts) Time needed to consume 1 Unit (kWh) of electricity Water heater – 15 – 17 litres 200030 minutes Vacuum cleaner9501 hour Washing Machine – without drier 2304 hours 20 minutes Washing Machine – without drier 4002 hours 30 minutes Water pump7501 hour 20 minutes TV10010 hours Radio1566 hours 40 minutes Stereo system50 to 300020 hours to 20 minutes Water purifier2540 hours

7 © Confederation of Indian Industry Present Domestic Power Cost - StateEB  Bi-monthly consumption  First 50 units -Rs.1.10/unit  51 – 100 units-Rs.1.30/unit  101 – 200 units-Rs.2.60/unit  201 – 600 units-Rs.3.50/unit  More than 600 -Rs.4.75/unit

8 © Confederation of Indian Industry Typical energy use at Home Total units - 604 units/month - 1208 units/month Total Charges- Rs.4630/two month

9 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Lighting ApplianceEnergy Used (Watts) Time needed to consume 1 Unit (kWh) of electricity Night Lamp1566 hours 40 minutes Incandescent Lamp -40 W4025 hours Incandescent Lamp – 60 W6016 hours 40 minutes Incandescent Lamp –100 W10010 hours Fluorescent tube light5418 hours 30 minutes CFL (9W)10100 hours CFL (11W)1283 hours 30 minutes

10 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Lighting  Consumes 10% of total energy  Indoor  Turn off the lights in any room you're not using  Use natural lights  Use CFL Lamps in place of GL Lamps  Use electronic ballast

11 © Confederation of Indian Industry Comparison Of GLS & CFL GLSWatts 40 60 100 Lumens4257201380 CFLWatts 9 15 20 Lumens4009001200

12 © Confederation of Indian Industry Good T12, 38 mm 60 Lm/W Better T8, 26 mm 68 Lm/W Best T5, 16 mm 104 Lm/W Comparison -Efficacy

13 © Confederation of Indian Industry Lighting  Distribute – Different Lighting Zone  Studying, stitching, Watching TV etc  Wall colours – Light colours  More reflectivity  Regular cleaning of lamps  20-30% more light output

14 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Refrigerator  Consumes 20% of total energy  Eg., Cost of operating 315 Lts refrigerator is Rs 4000/Yr  Select energy efficient equipment  Set thermostat at correct temperatures  Don't keep your refrigerator or freezer too cold  In 24 hours, only around 8 Hours compressor ON – remaining 16 hours maintains cool  Minimize number of openings  Plan your operation

15 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency Bring to room temperatures Cool to room temperature

16 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Refrigerator  Regularly defrost manual-defrost refrigerators and freezers  Motor load will increase  Leave enough space between your refrigerator and the walls or cabinets  Air can circulate around the condenser coils  Trapped heat increases energy consumption

17 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Refrigerator  Set temperatures at optimal level  Food compartment between 36° and 40° F  Freezer between 0° and 5° F  Make sure your refrigerator door seals are airtight  Check by inserting paper  If you can pull the paper or bill out easily, the latch may need adjustment or the seal may need replacing

18 © Confederation of Indian Industry Suggested Measures to improve energy efficiency  Refrigerator  When away for long time – Empty refrigerator and switch-off  Clean condenser 3-4 times in a year  Close food container lids – absorb moisture in the food item

19 © Confederation of Indian Industry Fans & A.C’s  Electronic regulators – energy efficient compared to switching type  Exhaust fan in bathrooms & kitchens – remove heat  Air coolers ¼ power compared to A.C’s – Where humidity is less  Electronic thermostat controllers  Clean A.C filter once in a month  Trees around house – Equivalent to A.C  10 – 15 deg C less than ambient

20 © Confederation of Indian Industry Electric Iron  While drying clothes – drain water opening them widely and shake them briskly  Minimum wrinkles – shorter ironing period  While ironing – Initially set low temperature  Select clothes like nylon, polyester  Increase temperature  Cotton clothes  Requires high temperature – results in loss  Switch-off power – Just before completing  Continue ironing  Possibly Iron all the clothes at a time Iron – Light weight4502 hours 15 minutes Iron – Heavy7501 hour 20 minutes

21 © Confederation of Indian Industry Washing Machines  Always wash only with full load  Use the correct amount of detergent  Too many bubbles make your machine work harder and use more energy ApplianceEnergy Used (Watts) Time needed to consume 1 Unit (kWh) of electricity Washing Machine – without drier 2304 hours 20 minutes Washing Machine – without drier 4002 hours 30 minutes

22 © Confederation of Indian Industry Washing Machines  Up to 60 percent of the cost of washing clothes comes from heating the water  Use hot water only for very dirty clothes, and always use cold water in the rinse cycle  Apart from Monsoon and chilly weather – avoid using the dryer as it consumes more power

23 © Confederation of Indian Industry T.V & Audio/Video  For certain reasons (like attending telephone) TV or radio volume is lowered, Restore the volume / do not forget to switch-off  Don’t keep the TV in remote activated system in night – The circuit consumes minimum 15 Watts of power  Long holiday / tour – safe to de-plug the cords

24 © Confederation of Indian Industry Water Pump  Power Consumption – ¼ hp to 1 hp  Annual operating expenses > Rs.5000/yr  Use correct capacity and head  Use ISI branded pumps  Ensure minimum bends I piping  Keep regular check on water leakages  Use auto on-off switch with level of the tank

25 © Confederation of Indian Industry Fuel Savings in Cooking  Complete all work like cleaning rice, cutting vegetables  Before starting stove – Keep all appliances ready  Use correct size burner depending on the vessel size  Un necessary Larger burner – waste of 135 gm gas  Use only desired amount of water for cooking  More water – additional gas and drains away nutrients  65% high fuel consumption  While boiling close the vessel with lid  10% gas savings  Copper bottom vessel  20% fuel savings and faster

26 © Confederation of Indian Industry Fuel Savings in Cooking  Flame colour is not blue – cleaning of burner required  Kitchen window – blowing air directly towards stove  20% Wastage  Electrically heated stove consumes more power compared to gas stove  On electric stovetops, use flat- bottomed pans that make full contact with the element  A warped or rounded pan will waste most of the heat

27 © Confederation of Indian Industry Micro wave Oven  Microwaves ovens use very high-frequency radio waves to penetrate the surface of food to heat water molecules inside  Consumes 50 % less energy than conventional ovens  Not Suitable for Large size food Always remember the more you spend in the kitchen, the more energy you are consuming

28 © Confederation of Indian Industry Solar Water Heating  Heating - Consumes 35% of total energy  Replace Geyser  Best option  Gaining tremendous popularity Savings for average household – Rs.6000 per year

29 © Confederation of Indian Industry Idle operation of Electrical Appliances  Biggest loss of energy  TV, Audio Systems,Telephone answering machines  A small compact audio unit can draw 9 watts while it's ostensibly turned off  Audio Player used for an hour and kept switched on whole day  93 percent of a stereo's energy use occurs when the unit is not turned off!! What is the Solution? Unplug the appliances when not in use!!!

30 © Confederation of Indian Industry Thank you


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