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WHAT IS DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT

) ? For the first time in India, BESCOM started Demand Side Management activity vide General Manager(Tech) Bescom order No. BESCOM/BC-9/310/05-06 dated 09-02-2007. M/S.International Institute for Energy Conservation(IIEC), Washington were consultants for BESCOM. Demand Side Management is a mechanism to influence customer’s CAPABILITY and WILLINGNESS to reduce electricity consumption. Demand Side Management is a/


ICT and Power (Electricity) Prof. Rahul Tongia School of Computer Science CMU 17-899 Fall 2003.

Management IT can improve power sector distribution, consumption (utilization), and quality of service Requires a change in mindset, and the willingness of utilities to innovate Rahul Tongia, CMU21 Case study on IT for power sector improvement in India India today has the world ’ s largest number of persons lacking electricity  400 million (equivalent to Africa ’ s unserved!) Reforms began in 1991 Vertically integrated government department monopolies are/


WCC General Assembly Meeting October 15-17, 2014, Houston, USA

expected growth rate at 10%. CHLORINE DERIVATIVES & THEIR GROWTH IN INDIA SECTORWISE CHLORINE CONSUMPTION DURING 2013-14 CHLORINE DERIVATIVES & THEIR GROWTH IN INDIA SECTORWISE CHLORINE CONSUMPTION DURING 2013-14 Chlorine growth in India remains limited, due to lack of merchant feed stocks, for/ to install captive power, to remain competitive, has also been thwarted by SEBs, by imposing high electricity duty & cess (non-vatable), rendering energy cost, almost same as grid power. To promote Renewable/


INDIA INDIA AN INTRODUCTION AS A MARKET

which: Rural - 310.0 million Urban – 92.2 million India is currently the 12th largest consumer market in the world. By 2025, India will grow into the fifth largest consumer market in the world ahead of countries like Germany and Italy, if she sustains and accelerates economic growth. Aggregate consumption in India is expected to grow four-fold in real terms during the period, 2006-2025 to touch/


1 The Search for Self Reliance A presentation at ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF COLLEGE, Hyderabad 20 September 2005 India’s Energy Future T L Sankar ADMINISTRATIVE.

.6% The demand forecast suggest that the effort in supplying total primary energy consumption in the next decade would be about 1% higher than in the past it was around 5%. This will call for some concerted effort. TPCES 10 India – Specific Fuel Needs for Non Power uses The important commercial energy sources are Coal Oil,Gas and Electricity. Power is generated from primary sources namely/


R&D for Sustainable Development Anil K. Rajvanshi, Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI), Phaltan, Maharashtra, India

MIT and NARI 3 Introduction Energy situation in India is alarming. Average per capita consumption in India is 6% that in US. ~ 65% of India lives in rural areas and faces tremendous hardship. India’s petroleum imports in 2002- 03 ~ $ 18 billion. This year it will jump to $ 25 billion! Or 50% of total exports. 75% of total cons. >15%/yr.growth. Electricity shortfall in India ~15000 MW/yr. Need to add 140/


PRE – PAYMENT LESSONS LEARNT FROM INDIA BY Dr. V.K. Goswami Director, ABES Engineering College Hon.Vice-President (R+D), Havells India Ltd.

country by 2020. Strategy Energy Conservation Energy Conserved is energy produced The sector wise pattern of electricity consumption in India reveals that industrial consumption (35)  agriculture (35%)  domestic (20%)  and commercial (6.5%) The energy consumption is dependent on  Technology used.  Raw martial & its quantity  Structural and operational disparities  Heterogeneous consumptions of newer & old plants. Domestic including commercial sector – The major uppers are  Lighting Lamps (four Lamps/


IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLINESS OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES OF INDIAN RAILWAYS RDSO, Lucknow, INDIA.

.1 Freight Earnings 15.9 Total Earnings 15.3 RDSO, Lucknow, INDIA Diesel vs. Electric Traction Total Annual Consumption Diesel Oil : 2 Billion Litres Electric Energy : 10 Billion Kwh % Traffic Passenger (Train Km) Freight (GTKM) Diesel 52.5 37.4 Electric 47.5 62.6 Total locomotives Diesel : 4801 Electric : 3065 RDSO, Lucknow, INDIA Diesel Traction in India Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW), the manufacturing unit of Indian Railways produces/


OPTIMISING GENERATION SUNIL PARWANI General Manager (Marketing) Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. New Delhi 17 TH India Power Summit on ‘Optimising Power Availability:

HDI  Human Development Index (HDI) found to be directly correlated to per capital electricity consumption  For countries like India, lying at low level of development, even a small increase in electricity use is associated with large increase in HDI 3 POWER AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Magnified effect of increase in Energy Consumption on Human Development  10 th largest economy in the world by nominal GDP; 3 rd largest by GDP/


Indian Rural Market: A Brief Profile

developmental programmes of government in the rural areas Analyze the rural consumption and spending patterns Draw an interrelationship between agriculture, rural income and consumption patterns Understand the electricity infrastructure availability across rural India Comprehend the nature and characteristic of rural market Rural India: A Brief Profile 75% of India’s and 12.2% of world’s population lives in 6, 38,365 villages of India spread over 32 lakh/


FICCI – Perchstone & Graeys New Delhi, 7 June, 2013 Fuelling Economic Growth: Challenges for Emerging Markets Talmiz Ahmad Former Ambassador of India to.

In 2010, oil consumption in India was 4 mbd by 2010, of which 3.35mbd was imported. This figure will increase to 5 and 6 mbd respectively in the years 2020 and 2030. At present, India obtains 9% of its energy consumption through natural gas. India’s natural gas consumption in/ universal access to electricity by 2050. Per capita consumption of electricity averages 457 kwh annually. [It falls to 124 kwh if South Africa is excluded.] This compares poorly with per capita consumption in the developing world of/


INDIA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2011 TOWARDS SOCIAL INCLUSION To the Members of Parliament 26 th April 2012 Institute of Applied Manpower Research Planning.

communities show promising improvements on social parameters & convergence with national avg – a move towards social inclusion  Consumption & wages rise b/w 2004-5 & 2009-10 67 India’s Human Development Report 2011 : Main Messages  2/3 hhs reside in pucca houses & 3/4 hhs have access to electricity for domestic use today  Despite Right to Education Act, school education faces challenges of quality & employability/


POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. An Overview of SOUTHERN REGION GRID OPERATION By D.K.Guru & S.P.Barnwal SRLDC, BANGALORE.

& S.P.Barnwal SRLDC, BANGALORE INTRODUCTION EVOLUTION OF PS IN INDIA ELECTRICITY ACTS I/C 1947 & AT PRESENT GROWTH OF I/C GROWTH OF INDIAN POWER SECTOR FORMS OF POWER GROWTH PLANS RLDC POWERGRID IN SR IEGC PARAMETERS FREE GOVERNOR OPERATION ABT LINKS ANDHRA PRADESHKARNATAKA /.2 MW MGHE-1947-120 MW EVOLUTION -YEAR:1985 PEAK DEMAND MET: 1769 MW PEAK DEMAND MET: 1769 MW CONSUMPTION :9546 MU CONSUMPTION :9546 MU ABOUT 26 MU/DAY ABOUT 26 MU/DAY HYDRO GENERATION:8415 MU HYDRO GENERATION:8415 MU RTPS UNIT/


Load Forecast T SRINIVAS MANAGER SRLD C. LINKS PREAMBLE GENERATION ANALYSIS GROWTH OF I/C GROWTH OF I/C Vs DEMAND PHYSICAL INTERPRETATION ELECTRIC CONSUMPTION.

DAILY LOAD DURATION CURVE OF SR SEASONAL VARIATION GRAPH FOR SR SEASONAL VARIATION GRAPH OF STATES ANDHRA PRADESHKARNATAKA TAMIL NADUKERALA SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS APKARKERTN ALL INDIA Per Capita Electric Consumption, 2000-2001 (kwh) 489390311510350 Per capita value added in Industries, 1999-00 (Rs) 11281668116225171549 Gross factory output per capita, 1999-00 (Rs) 170782777896155238965 % of main workers to total population 2001 38.136.725.938/


1 The Search for Self Reliance A presentation at ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF COLLEGE, Hyderabad 20 September 2005 India’s Energy Future T L Sankar ADMINISTRATIVE.

.6% The demand forecast suggest that the effort in supplying total primary energy consumption in the next decade would be about 1% higher than in the past it was around 5%. This will call for some concerted effort. TPCES 10 India – Specific Fuel Needs for Non Power uses The important commercial energy sources are Coal Oil,Gas and Electricity. Power is generated from primary sources namely/


CA N Balasubramanian 6/6/20161. Different Stroke  Service has been defined in clause (44) of the new section 65B and means -clause (44) of the new.

admission to entertainment events or access to amusement facilities;  (k) transmission or distribution of electricity by an electricity transmission or distribution utility; 6/6/201612 Negative List- Contd  (l) services by/ Services by way of transportation by rail or a vessel from one place in India to another of the following goods -  (a) petroleum and petroleum /of supply of food or any other article of human consumption or any drink, in a premises ( including hotel, convention center, club, pandal/


SUBMITTED TO: PRESENTED BY : DR. ANIL KUMAR ASHISH SINGH TEJAS VISPUTE MBA – POWER MANAGEMENT NORTH EASTERN STATES OF INDIA – RURAL ELECTRIFICATION.

45% of country’s hydro-electricity potential located in the eastern and north-eastern states of India, these states can transform themselves into a power hub for India POWER SCENARIO OF NORTH EASTERN STATES OF INDIA Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh, the/C Losses (%)51.32 Energy Availability (MUs) 330 Per Capita Consumption (Units) 552 Source : 2001 Census, CEA, PFC Cont. In order to expedite the hydro power development in the state through private sector participation the Sikkim Government has formed /


AN ODYSSEY TO SUSTAINABILITY: THE URBAN ARCHIPELAGO OF INDIA B. Sudhakara Reddy Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research Mumbai, India We can not.

of child care areas Objectives and Methodology Main aim: Investigate whether the present pattern of urban development in India is sustainable. Methodology (i) Identification of 10 Indian cities (ii) Identifying and quantifying indicators (/Consumption Per capita water supply (litres)litres/day +ve Per capita water consumption (l/day) +ve Per capita electricity consumption (kWh)kWh/annum +ve Per capita energy consumption (GJ)GJ/annum +ve Per capita food consumption (kg)kg/day +ve Energy intensity (consumption/


Mineral reserves or Ore reserves that are valuable and legally and economically and technically feasible to extract Mineral resources in India are adequately.

world in total energy consumption whereas more than 70% of its primary energy in the form of crude oil and natural gas. India has increased installed power capacity from 1362 MW to over 1,12,058 MW since independence and electrified more than 5,00,000 villages. It is a mater of concern that 44% of house holds do not have access to the electricity/


ALUMINIUM MARKET OF INDIA. General Information About India ► Population : 1.32 Billion ►States & Union Territories: 29 & 7 ►Territory Area : 3.3 Million.

sectors contributing to Indian aluminium consumption are Electrical (Power), Building and Construction, Packaging and Transportation. With the Indian economy projected to be amongst the top five in the world by 2025, the overall consumption of aluminium is projected to be about 10 million tonnes by 2020. Short Over View Of Aluminium Consumption In India 7 2011-20122012-20132013-20142014-20152015-2016 Annual production in million MT 1.671/


Solar Energy: An Emerging Option for India

About Prayas Energy Group Prayas is a Voluntary Org, based at Pune, India PEG works on theoretical, conceptual and policy issues in the energy and electricity sectors. Based on a comprehensive, analysis-based approach for furthering the ‘public/Equitable apportioning of National Target amongst States considering consumer mix (proportional to the industry, commercial & high residential consumption)and ability to pay. (Ex: Bihar and Jharkhand) RPO compliance and enforcement of penalties unclear leading to /


Figures for the future:

is the world’s biggest economy Source: World Bank The EU compared with other economies in the world, 2010 GDP (billions of US$) = population size India China Indonesia Mexico Brazil Russia South Korea South Africa Australia Japan USA EU Canada The EU/Kingdom Hungary France Germany Ireland Portugal Belgium Italy Greece Croatia FYR of Macedonia Electricity consumption per household, by country Kilograms of oil equivalent per household 4 Role of transport in the economy 4.1 More and more cars on the road The /


ENERGY SECTOR IN THE PERIOD 1990 TO 2005 ANALYSIS AND CONSEQUENCES Dr. sc. Goran Granić et al Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar.

o Other Asia – Asian countries excl. China, India, Japan and Korea o Africa – all African /consumption growth In electricity consumption China had the higest rise; and less developed countries in absolute terms had increased electricty consumption more than developed ones. 16. OBSERVATIONS / 2 In energy production the deficit in developed countries inceases, because primary energy forms production growth has been realized in undeveloped countries. The higest growth in electricty production was realized in/


Powering Rural India by Micro Electrification PRIME Powering Rural India by Micro Electrification Presented by: Prasoon Agarwal (

MBA 2 Year Experience in Operations Maurya MBA 2 Year Experience in Marketing Dr. Chirag Experience in Community Health Team PRIME - IIM Ahmedabad Electricity Scenario in India 30% of this is in the villages Revenue Opportunity (@ 8.25 cents/ KWh) $ 1.82 Billion 2003-042004-052005-06 2006-07 (Proj) 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 11.2 % 11.7 % 12.3 % 13.9 % Electricity Consumption vs. Shortage Total/


Ali Keyhani Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

6% and Oil: 3%. In consumption terms, though, oil accounted for 44%, or 2.8 million barrels per day. Of the renewable energy segment, wind energy accounts for about 58%, Hydropower 30%, Biomass 12%, and solar and other source for the balance. 4/1/2017 Keyhani.1@osu.edu Electricity consumption kWhr per capita Selected Energy /.30 3.54 France 58.85 1349.20 7175.10 6.38 0.28 Germany 82.02 1883.53 6481.51 10.45 0.46 India 979.67 499.31 415.75 0.93 1.82 Japan 126.49 3303.58 8008.33 8.92 0.34 United Kingdom 59.24 /


“Energy Efficiency Guide for Industry in Asia”

affected Complicated for series wired ballasts Less problematic with parallel wired ballast Electrical Equipment/ Lighting De-lamping is an effective method to reduce lighting energy consumption. In some industries, reducing the mounting height of lamps, providing efficient / 15 mg per lamp Can only be operated with electronic ballasts and not existing luminaries Electrical Equipment/ Lighting The fluorescent tube lights in use presently in India are of the T12 (40W) and T8 (36W). T12 implies that the tube /


Electricity for All: Ten Ideas towards Turning Rhetoric into Reality Prayas Energy Group, Pune Meeting of.

, US Department of Energy Two way relation in terms of cause and effect. For India, small change in electricity use could make a big difference in HDI Great expectations: National Commitments National commitments –Electricity for all by 2012 (RGGVY continuation order -2008) –Per capita availability of electricity to be increased to over 1000 units by 2012 (National Electricity Policy) –Minimum lifeline consumption of 1 unit/household/day as a/


Prayas Energy Group, India NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON: “10 YEARS OF THE ELECTRICITY ACT, 2003: A CRITICAL REVIEW” SECTOR PERFORMANCE AND REGULATION Presentation.

interest and at the same time, recovery of the cost of electricity in a reasonable manner; rewarding efficiency in performance; Sec 86. Functions of State Commission: – Ensure transparency while exercising its powers and discharging its functions. Prayas Energy Group, India RGGVY: Major step forward Commitment through National Electricity Policy 2005 – ensure minimum lifeline consumption 1 unit/household/day as a merit good by 2012 Major GoI/


India’s Energy Security: Role of Renewable Energy

cooking Challenges Urban and peri-urban Rapid pace of urbanisation Use of commercial energy increasing rapidly in residential and commercial sectors Electricity supply plagued with black-outs and brown-outs Challenges India’s energy demand is growing Government’s endeavour for “Electricity for all by 2012” Per capita electricity consumption: ~ 800 kWh/year World average: 2596 (2005) Target is to increase the availability to 1000 kWh/


Solar Energy and PV Rooftop in India

Rooftop systems MNRE All-India Rooftop SPV Potential In India market potential for rooftop SPV is 124 GW. Advantages of rooftop solar Grid-connected SPV Rooftop systems MNRE Advantages of rooftop solar Savings in transmission and distribution losses Low gestation time No requirement of additional land Improvement of tail-end grid voltages and reduction in system congestion with higher self-consumption of solar electricity Local employment generation/


Energy Efficiency Financing in MSMEs

overview of India’s Enery Scenario vis a vis MSMEs India is the fourth-largest energy consumer in the world, after the United States, China, and Russia. MSME sector consumes almost half of the total energy consumption by industrial / Data Collection Template Information on Proposed Investments Current Technology Proposed Technology Investment required in Lakh INR Estimated Energy Consumption after implementation Estimated Production data Electricity Fuel 1 Fuel 2 Fuel 3 Fuel 4 Units (please specify) GO GREEN/


Outline 1.Introduction: What should China and India do? 2.Current State of India 3.Current State of China 4.What is Carbon taxation? 5.Why Carbon Taxation.

energy supply by 3-4 times over current consumption - Electricity Installed Capacity should increase by 6-7 times - Annual coal requirement: Nearly 3 times over current demand TERI, 2006 India’s 2030 energy projections remain bellow world’s 2004 average Environmental Concerns A one-meter rise in sea level could displace millions of people in India, a country with a coast line of several thousand miles/


Nuclear Options: The Global Outlook Ed Lyons 1. OVERVIEW/RELEVANCE Correlation of Electricity consumption and Economic Expansion Renewable sources of.

varies by country) US POPULATION and Electricity Consumption – stable in developed world US GDP and Energy Usage: ELECTRICITY – Reduced manufacturing as % of GDP – Efficiency/productivity of manufacturing – Appliance - cost of running a refrigerator was cut in half 1978 to 1994(PG&E./ Worldwide market $80 bil. solar photovoltaic systems. BP solar cell/module JV in India with Tata Power (125MW) Google/KKR investing $94 mil. in 4 solar farms Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC)12 MW Anahola Solar Facility /


China and India’s Ravenous Appetite for Natural Resources ― Their Potential Impact on Colorado Vince Matthews Director Colorado Geological Survey.

India U.S. Population Comparison China U.S. India Land Area Comparison ChinaU.S. India GDP Comparison China U.S. India GDP Growth Comparison China U.S. India Japan GDP World Electrical Growth World 6.3 China/India/U.S. 3.4 World Electrical Growth India/. Trends in Demand for Steel Source: International Iron and Steel Institute. World Energy Consumption Hydro World Energy Consumption Oil OIL CONSUMPTION- China Source: BP 49% Imported! OIL- CONSUMPTION India Source: BP 69% Imported! OIL- U.S. Consumption 67% /


These are examples of student posters in a previous class. Note: The class was on more general issues of innovation.

at Institute for Financial Management and Research Figure 1: Exponential in crease in Indian Microcredit Quality of Microcredit in India = 1 / Diffusion Figure 2: Rapid growth of active borrowers in Andhra Pradesh serves as a model for the entire nation / transport system (cars, trams, buses, boats) will be powered by electric motors or hydrogen fuel cells. Highly energy efficient buildings (1/3 of typical energy consumption) with their own photovoltaic solar panels. City largely powered by renewable energy/


1 Madhya Pradesh: Means Business Power. 2 Overview  MP is the second largest State in the Country stretching over 308,000 sq kms.  The State is blessed.

rd Largest Consumer in Terms of Energy Demand mtoe Source: IBEF Report, Ministry of Power (CEA) Fact Sheet Energy Generation Bn KWh 2005 Primary Energy Consumption Installed Capacity Mix 11 2006 2012 126838 MW 200000 MW Projected Generation Capacity India’s Power Sector - Opportunities Abound  The Government envisages to provide power to all the households under its ambitious plan “Electricity for all villages by/


High Economic Growth Equity and Sustainable Energy Development of India Prof. Ramprasad Sengupta Centre for Economic Studies & Planning School of Social.

of electricity. Issue of OIL Security : Policy of use of bio fuels - particulary bio diesel and ethanol have their serious implications in respect of land use pattern as these would be affected by oil price movement. And this would have their serious implications in respect of food security which may conflict with the objective of oil security. 8 TREND AND PATTERN OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN INDIA/


Grid Integration of Renewable in India - Challenges and Policy Responses Sanjay Garg General Manager General Manager PGCIL/ Ministry of Power.

In India, electricity is a concurrent subject- dealt at Central as well as at States’ level. The State sector covers electricity generation, transmission and distribution, including by private sector. Power sector in each state is independent and is regulated by the respective State Electricity/ energy Consumption: 957 MU Area : 951470 SQ KMS Population : 273 Million Peak Demand : 40 GW Max energy consumption : 902 MU Area : 636280 SQ KMS Population : 252 Million Peak Demand : 31 GW Max energy consumption : /


THC_CTMSS359_Sept071 Reforms in Power & Telecom Sectors Comparisons & Contrasts & The Way Forward BY * Information Technology Adviser, Government of A.P.

Rural Electrification Bharat Nirman Rajiv Gandhi Grama Vidyuteekaran Yojana- lunched April 2005 Rural Electricity Corporation Experiment of Taluka/Mandal level Discoms in1990s (Anakapalli, Rajampet) Failure? THC_CTMSS359_Sept0710 Per capita consumption of electricity (kwh/person/year)in India 1950196070809020012006 15.634.883.5138.5238408520 Tele-density 195019942007 0.0250.8021 Power Consumption: Increase: 33.5 times Tele-density increase: 840 times THC_CTMSS359_Sept0711 Villages Electrified/ telephoned/


Position of Coal in Future Energy Scenario in India Kalyan Sen Director Central Fuel Research Institute, Dhanbad (India)

and Electricity generated (Source: CPU 1999) Thermal fuelNo. of stationsCapacity(MW) Generation(GWh) Coal7351134 276605 Lignite32280 13853 Gas307203 35396 Oil/Diesel & others111017 2387 Multi-fuel21404 7292 11963038 336033 Coal consumption, production and quality Increased demand and dependence on coal lead to ecological disbalance on mining site transportation overloading alarming emission of hazardous matters Geological reserves of coal in India (Mt) Annual/ Estimated Coal consumption and/


Role of Fusion Energy in the 21 st Century Farrokh Najmabadi Prof. of Electrical Engineering Director of Center for Energy Research UC San Diego Perspective.

,650 Watts (growing 10% pa) India-700 Watts Bangladesh-210 Watts  World Primary Energy consumption is 14 TW (2004) Equivalent to ~0.5 EJ or 11.2 Billion Ton of Oil Equivalent pa World energy [electricity] market ~ $4.5 trillion [$/. Controlling the boundary layer between plasma and vessel wall to avoid localized particle and heat loads.  Substantial improvement in plasma performance though optimization of plasma shape, profiles, and feedback. Achieving plasma stability at high plasma pressure. Achieving /


Power Exchanges in India. Legal Framework National Electricity Policy mandates the creation of a Power Exchange -Para 5.7.1 (d) "Development of power.

their consumption and generation pattern. Hedging UI risks: Hedging UI risks: Px provides a tool to hedge against adverse movements in electricity prices. Thus, price risks are minimised. Px provides a tool to hedge against adverse movements in electricity prices. Thus, price risks are minimised. Market development: Market development: Px has plans to launch a range of products to facilitate development of power markets in India in such/


1 India. 2 Kerala 3 Energy situation Domestic electricity consumption is growing at the rate of 21 % per year since 1995. There was almost a doubling.

1 India 2 Kerala 3 Energy situation Domestic electricity consumption is growing at the rate of 21 % per year since 1995. There was almost a doubling of electricity in homes from 1995-2000. The number of household customers growing at about 6 % per year. 60% of electricity consumption in households Demand far exceeds supply of electricity. Scheduled blackouts daily, unscheduled often. Environmental and social concerns have virtually stopped hydropower. Other/


1 SOUTHERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED.

NORTH- EASTERN REGION ‘ELECTRICAL’ REGIONS 1 2 WITH THE COMMISSIONING OF THE TALA PROJECT CONNECTING THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN GRIDS, INDIA WILL HAVE ONLY TWO GRIDS 9 Growth of Installed Capacity for Electricity in India ALL FIGURES IN MW 10 Inter Regional / DOM-44%, COMM- 13%, IRRI-2%& OTHERS-7% TAMIL NADU INSTALLED CAPACITY – 6579 MW MAX DEMAND MET – 7560 MW DAILY CONSUMPTION MAX – 155 MU DAILY CONSUMPTION AVG – 131 MU CONSUMER PROFILE – INDS -39%, DOM-25%, COMM- 7%, IRRI-24% & OTHERS-5% 15 ANDHRA PRADESH/


1 CHAIRMAN & MEMBERS FROM KARNATAKA ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION SOUTHERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED WELCOMES.

1 CHAIRMAN & MEMBERS FROM KARNATAKA ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION SOUTHERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED WELCOMES & DIRECTOR (TRANSMISSION), KPTCL 2 PRESENTATION OVERVIEW  SOUTHERN REGIONAL GRID – QUICK FACTS  SR GRID OPERATION – TYPICAL ISSUES IN PAST  SR GRID – CARDINAL EVENTS  SR GRID OPERATION – PRESENT STATUS  PROJECTS IN PIPELINE – KARNATAKA & SR  ISSUES OF INTEREST – FURTHER CHALLENGES/GOALS 3 SOUTHERN REGIONAL GRID QUICK FACTS 4/


India is poised to create over a hundred smart cities. Buildings are the fundamental units of any city… can no longer remain places that simply provide.

A Green Building design will lead to significant reduction of the building’s carbon footprint – reduction in electricity consumption by 35% and up to 50% of natural water. Designed to meet highest building standards CONNECTING/com, email : response@imperiastructures.comwww.imperiastructures.com Site Office: Sector-62, Golf Course Extension Road, Gurgaon, Haryana, INDIA Regional Offices: Patna | Lucknow | Ranchi | Srinagar | Noida Disclaimer This Presentation is strictly for internal circulation and is/


Possible frameworks for an appropriate energy mix for India AIPSN national workshop Ashok Sreenivas Prayas (Energy Group), Pune 15 th – 16 th December,

th December, 2012 Energy and Development (2009) 1 Small increase in consumption correlates with high HDI change Source: UNDP, World Bank Energy supply in India Historical trend of primary commercial energy supply in India (MTOE) 2 Source: MoPNG Petroleum statistics, CCO provisional coal statistics/ 17 Increasing role of renewables RE investment of Rs. 20,000 Cr (2011-12) in India, growing at 20% p.a. 18 15% electricity from RE targeted in 2020 Currently 5% 6-fold increase from ~41 BU to ~235 BU Ambitious but/


KPMG.com/in Applications of Solar Energy in Mining Seminar held at FIMI House, Delhi 07 May 2016.

International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved. 9 Typical electric power consumption in an OC coal mine in India Source:Private coal mine in Chhattisgarh, 2013 data  Projections are for a typical 4MTPA Opencast coal mine in India. Power consumption and supply quantities may vary from mine to mine, but the attributes of power consumption remain unchanged  Mine mechanization and capacity enhancement being the demand of the/


1 Training Session on Energy Equipment Lighting Presentation from the “Energy Efficiency Guide for Industry in Asia” www.energyefficiencyasia.org © UNEP.

7-15,000 hours 16 © UNEP 2006 Types of Lighting Systems High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps Electrical Equipment/ Lighting BEE India, 2005 Used in outdoor and industrial applications Consist of: ballast, high- voltage electronic starter, ceramic arc tube, xenon /Natural light from windows 35 © UNEP 2006 De-lamping to Reduce Excess Lighting Electrical Equipment/ Lighting Effective method to reduce energy consumption Reducing lamp height combined with de-lamping: illuminance hardly affected Complicated for series/


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