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Date(s) - 08/03/2018 - 09/03/2018
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Silver Oak Hall and Lawn, Gate No. 3, India Habitat Centre

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8th – 9th March, 2018, New Delhi: The 2nd ‘National Workshop cum Technology Exhibition for Promoting Energy Efficient and Cleaner Production for Sustainable Industrial Growth’ was organized from 8th to 9th March, 2018 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. This workshop is second in series to be organized under the Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP) initiative (http://knowledgeplatform.in/events/cross-sectoral-workshop-cum-exhibition/), for promoting cross-sectoral exchange of best practices, technologies and approaches on energy efficiency in the industries covered under the PAT scheme. This event was organized with a focus on creating awareness, building capacity and to facilitate access of the industry to reliable and efficient technologies, service providers and financing opportunities for enhancing energy efficiency in the industry and the building sectors. The theme and objective of this workshop cum technology exhibition was particularly important for the industries covered under the 2nd and 3rd PAT cycle as well as those proposed to be covered in future PAT cycles with the following specific objectives:
• Catalyse cross sectoral exchange of best practices, tools, techniques and experiences in energy management practices/ approaches along with their impact that have high possibility of replication across sectors.
• Create exposure to nationally and internationally available innovative and cutting edge technologies and practices that can support industry in meeting the future energy efficiency targets.
 Facilitate Technology transfer and B2B interaction with technology suppliers to assess their applicability, cost and performance parameters in the Indian context.
• Creating awareness on the provisions of PAT to help the industry in meeting the requirements under the scheme.
 Creating awareness about the new financing and business models for promoting energy efficiency.
The workshop was inaugurated by Mr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency. In his inaugural address, he mentioned that he is enthused with the proactive participation of the industry in the event and also felt that an initiative like KEP can help the industry improve their performance on a continuous basis which was particularly important under the rolling cycle of PAT. He said that it was good to note that KEP has been able to catalyse the transfer of best practices and technologies within and across the industry sector. Cross-sectoral knowledge transfer and peer-to-peer learning has been high on BEE’s agenda and he hoped that KEP would continue to leverage the platform to promote exchange of best practices and enhance access of Indian industry to national as well as international best practices and technologies. He mentioned that BEE is currently organizing technical committee meetings for different PAT sectors and he would encourage the industry participants to provide their input to BEE so that the committee can come up with robust target setting, nomalisation and M&V parameters.
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Figure 1 Mr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency delivering his inaugural address
Mr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, also released the mobile application DaKShaTA, which is a Database for Knowledge Sharing on Technological Advancements. DaKSHaTA is an app that aims to help industry identify technologies and measures for enhancing energy efficiency, improving productivity and reducing CO2 emissions, while assessing the cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency investment options. Currently this app is available on android operating system and has been developed for the Cement sector, but there is a plan to extend it for other industry sectors and iOS platform in due course.
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Figure 2 Hon’ble Chief Guest, Mr. Abhay Bakre and other dignitaries during the release of mobile application DaKShaTA
Welcome address and introduction to the workshop was given by Mr. Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity. He mentioned that KEP has always endeavored to come up with new and innovative solutions and technology features to remain responsive to industry’s needs particularly as new challenges and issues are emerging under the rolling cycle of PAT. In line with this agenda, KEP has initiated SPARC- Service Package for Advancing Resource Conservation, in April 2017, which is an initiative to provide value added package of advisory and information services at the plant level. A prominent feature of SPARC is participatory audit in the form of Small Group Activity(SGA), wherein, substantial gains both in-terms of energy as well as monetary savings, have been achieved by the seven pilot industries that have become early members of this initiative. Besides SPARC, KEP has also developed a mobile application DaKShaTA, which is a one stop repository of all the information needs of the industry such as technological advancements in different processes and applications, their performance on different parameters and other relevant information such as benchmarks, international standards etc.  He mentioned that although, this app has been currently developed for Cement sector, it would be extended to other PAT sectors in due course.
Mr. Harish Chatterjee, Vice President (Manufacturing), Raymond Limited, delivered the Special Address at the inaugural ceremony. He thanked BEE for establishing the Knowledge Exchange Platform, which has helped in promoting not just sectoral but cross-sectoral sharing of ideas and best practices. He also highlighted that knowledge and best practice sharing will motivate the industries to adopt the most viable energy efficient technologies and approaches. He mentioned that with an increasing role of Indian Industry in the global market, it was important that the industries adopted the best available global technologies and standards to enhance their competiveness and platform like KEP can help industries achieve this. He concluded his special address with an assurance that Raymond will support this initiative in all its future activities and also to see that KEP becomes a self-sustaining platform.
Mr. S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited, delivered the Special Address at the inaugural ceremony. He mentioned that the only way forward for the Indian Industry was to adopt a more energy efficient and sustainable pathway to remain competitive in the global market. He also said that there is no such concept as rock bottom when it comes to improving energy performance in an industry and corroborated his statement by giving example of the Cement industry where he mentioned that a decade ago, the current level of energy performance (SEC) of the cement industry was unthinkable, but the industry made it happen. He mentioned that the Industry needs to continue with this drive and explore new options for enhancing their energy productivity and resource conservation.
Special Address was delivered by Ms. Sandy Sheard, Counsellor for Energy, Climate & Growth Unit, British High Commission (BHC). She mentioned that the UK Government supports Indian Government’s actions for enhancing energy efficiency through initiatives like PAT and feel that knowledge sharing and UK-India technology/ best practice transfer can play a major role in promoting this agenda. She mentioned that the UK Government has launched industrial de-carbonization and energy efficiency action plans setting out Government and Industry commitments to reduce GHG emissions and improve energy efficiency. The action plans under this initiative are the result of joint working between Government and Industry to identify voluntary commitments from all parties to enable different industry sectors decarbonize till 2050. She mentioned that BHC would continue to work alongside BEE to enhance energy efficiency of the Indian Industry in line with their mandate for promoting energy security.
The vote of Thanks was presented by Ms. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity. She conveyed her thanks to the dignitaries, speakers and delegates for their presence and participation in the workshop cum exhibition. She also thanked the supporting partners of the event.
The Technology and Poster Exhibition was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Chief Guest, Mr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency and joined by Mr S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited, Mr. Harish Chatterjee, Vice President (Manufacturing), Raymond Limited, Ms. Sandy Sheard, Counsellor for Energy, Climate & Growth Unit, British High Commission and Mr.  Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity. The technology exhibition had participation from ARMEC Cooling Tower Private Limited, Arvind Envisol Private Limited, Arvind Limited, Atlas Copco (India) Limited, Bristol BlueGreen Ltd, Delta Power Solutions (India) Pvt Ltd., Energy Efficiency Services Limited,  IKN Engineering India Pvt Ltd,  Invotech Solutions and Systems, JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Mechwell Industries Ltd, Power Star, Raymond Limited and SEaB Energy. The Poster exhibition showcased 40 posters that represented the best practice examples and technologies. This exhibition provided an exposure to the participants on the new technologies and practices and their impacts in the form of payback, energy savings, resource conservation benefits etc.
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Figure 3 Hon’ble Chief Guest, Mr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency and other dignitaries inaugurating the Technology & Poster Exhibition
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Figure 4 Dignitaries at the Poster Exhibition
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Figure 5 Dignitaries at the Technology Exhibition
The inaugural event was followed by three technical sessions. The first technical session was chaired by Dr. Anupam Agnihotri, Director, Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development and Design Centre. The discussion in the session focused on achievements and learnings from PAT Cycle 1 and creating opportunity for energy efficient industrial growth under the 2nd and 3rd PAT cycle.  Dr Ashok Kumar, Director, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, in his presentation mentioned about India’s commitment under NDCs which is to reduce India’s emission intensity by 33-35% by 2030 compared to 2005 level and PAT scheme is expected to contribute a substantial proportion of this target. While explaining, why it is important for Indian Industries to adopt energy efficient practices/technologies, he presented the benefits and the impact achieved under the 1st PAT Cycle. He mentioned that under the 1st PAT cycle, the industries saved 8.869 MTOE against a target of 6.686 MTOE, resulting in emission reduction of 31 million tonnes of CO2.  Based on the success of 1st PAT cycle, three more industry sectors have been included under PAT and additional DCs have been included in the existing sectors. Under the 2nd & 3rd PAT cycle a target of 8.869 MTOE and 1.06 MTOE respectively, has been assigned to the DCs which is expected to result in GHG mitigation of about 85 million tonnes of CO2.
The industry participants those representing DCs and sectors that have been recently included under PAT, raised queries regarding normalization factor and whether there’s a possibility for inclusion of other parameters that defines this factor. Dr. Ashok Kumar clarified that BEE is currently holding Technical committee meetings for different PAT sectors where issues like Normalisation are being discussed and modified based on ground conditions. He also mentioned that if any industry has any reference case with relevant data, they can always approach BEE for modification in the Normalisation factor.
The presentation by Ms. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity, focused on the actions taken so far under KEP and plans for  enhancing the scope and effectiveness of KEP to become more responsive to industry needs particularly as they are moving into subsequent cycles of PAT. She mentioned that in the past three years, KEP has managed not just to achieve but over achieve on most of the milestones and targets set out in its action plan and the key factors that made it possible were ownership of BEE, being relevant and responsive to industry needs, sustained interaction and opportunities for sectoral and cross-sectoral interaction and learning amongst other factors. She mentioned that the success of KEP has opened up new opportunities for accelerating the pace of industrial energy efficiency, particularly in the wake of ambitious targets being announced under PAT scheme. However, newer challenges have emerged with expanding footprint of PAT such as awareness and capacity issues in new DCs, lack of ecosystem of technology suppliers,  differing in technology needs of new v/s old DCs. She said that in order to address these issues and challenges, KEP is proposing to come up with diversified delivery models such as State Level KEPs for decentralized exchange of technologies and best practices and also customized value added services through the SPARC model.
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Figure 6 Dr. Anupam Agnihotri with the panelists of first technical session
The second technical session was focused on Scope of International Technology Transfer to facilitate Industry in achieving PAT Targets, which was chaired by Mr. Paul Silcock, Chief Technical Officer, Bristol BlueGreen Limited. This session was planned in a manner that it brought together the international technology providers and industry representatives with a view to promote interactions between the two stakeholder groups that can help in facilitating adoption of cleaner technologies. The session had presentations on technologies available for various operating areas viz. electrical saving through voltage management, solutions to improve upon energy efficiency in compressed air system by Atlas Copco, Flexibuster™  technology that turns organic waste into energy exactly at the point where the waste is produced and the energy is required by SEaB Energy Limited, enhanced Waste Heat Recovery (WHR)  generation from IKN Cooler by IKN Engineering India Private Limited and opportunities of saving energy via Automatic voltage controller/optimisation system by Power Star.
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Figure 7 Mr. Paul Silcock with the panelists of second technical session

The third technical session was focused on Small Group Activity (SGA), which is an in-house approach to achieving Continuous Energy Efficiency Improvement, which was chaired by Mr. K. K. Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant & Senior Advisor- KEP. Mr. Chakarvarti mentioned that SGA is a problem solving tool that provides the capacity to engineers at operational level to identify, assess, and implement appropriate solutions within their area of operation to achieve energy efficiency, higher productivity, zero defects, zero breakdown and zero waste. Because of the holistic approach of SGA in supporting ground level energy efficiency improvements on a continuous basis, KEP is supporting industry in organizing in plant capacity building and training services and implementing SGA at plant level under SPARC model. This program was carried out in the seven pilot industries that have become early members of this initiative. The progress report of the members show that they have achieved significant energy saving (21 Million kWh/year, 652 tonne of coal/year & 8 kL of oil/year) through in-plant capacity building and small group activity under SPARC. Majority of these savings have been achieved in past 4 months and represents presently 30 % energy saving opportunities identified through small group activity. This translates to monetary savings of about INR 90 million/year, which is expected to raise 70-80% in another 4 months’ time period. Also, under the SPARC initiative, 5 day preparatory training program for National Certification Examination for Energy Managers and Auditors was also organized covering all four papers to provide an in-depth, comprehensive leaning and problem solving forum to help the candidates prepare for the examination. The industries that shared their experience in this session included JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Sirohi & Durg plant, Vedanta Limited, Arvind Limited, Raymond Limited, My Home Industries Private Limited and Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited.
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Figure 8 Mr. K K Chakarvarti with the panelists of third technical session
The second day of the workshop focused on exchanging the best practices adopted to enhance the energy efficiency index in electrical and thermal utilities and technology solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index by technology suppliers. The fourth technical session was focused on sharing of best practices in energy efficiency in electrical utilities. This session was chaired by Mr. K.N. Rao, Director (Energy & Environment), ACC Limited and had presentations from Energy Efficiency Services Limited, UltraTech Cement Limited Unit – Rawan Cement Works, ACC Limited, Arvind Limited, Nabha Power Limited, Raymond Limited and Bhushan Steel Limited.
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Figure 9 Mr. K N Rao with the panelists of fourth technical session (Part 1)

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Figure 10 Mr. K N Rao with panelists of fourth technical session (Part 2)
The fifth technical session  (Part 1) was focused on technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index in process and thermal utility, was chaired by Mr. Harish Chatterjee, Vice President (Manufacturing), Raymond Limited. The session had presentations on technologies available for various process areas viz. applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and heat pumps in industries by Mechwell Industries Limited, energy efficient cooling system by Armec Cooling Towers, energy efficient evaporation technology by Arvind Envisol Limited, energy savings that can be achieved through false air reduction by Invotech Solutions and Systems and enhancing the power quality by Delta Power Solutions (India) Private Limited. The Part 2 of this session was chaired by Dr. Ashwani Pahuja, Executive Director, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited. This session had presentations on electrifying power generation solutions by GE Power, efficient steam utilization systems in Pulp & Paper industry by Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI) and Spent Pot Liner (SPL) utilization in cement & steel industry by Vedanta Limited.
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Figure 11 Mr. Harish Chatterjee with the panelists of fifth technical session (Part 1)
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Figure 12 Dr. Ashwani Pahuja with the panelists of fifth technical session (Part2)
The sixth technical session was focused on best practices in energy efficiency in thermal utilities, process & cross sectoral application, was chaired by Mr. S.P.Garnaik, Chief General Manager, Energy Efficiency Services Limited.  The session had presentations on Technological interventions in low temperature heating and cooling by SEE-Tech Solutions, benchmarking to accelerate energy efficiency in cement, thermal power plant and pulp & paper industry by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and energy efficiency opportunities in dairy industry by Umang Dairies Limited, best practices pertaining to cross –sector application by Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited, alternate operation of aerators fans in sewage and effluent plants by Ankur Textiles, A Division of Arvind Limited and energy conservation measures in refinery and process industry by Engineers India Limited (EIL).
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Figure 13 Mr. S. P. Garnaik with the panelists of sixth technical session (Part 1)
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Figure 14 Mr. S. P. Garnaik with the panelists of sixth technical session (Part 2)
The technical sessions was followed by a Concluding session which was presided over Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Secretary, Bureau of Energy Efficiency. He mentioned that BEE has initiated the KEP program with the view to promote energy efficiency and energy management systems approach as means of achieving continuous improvement in energy performance of the industry sector in partnership with IIP. Given the success of the initiative so far, BEE has recently extended its MoU with IIP.  He mentioned that BEE through the PAT scheme aims to enhance productivity and also contribute to India’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
On behalf of IIP, Ms. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity, thanked the industry for their proactive and whole hearted participation. While concluding, she talked about the key take away and learnings from the event. Firstly she said that there is a wealth of experience within the industry sector and the first step in moving our industries to a cleaner low carbon path would be to harness this knowledge base. She mentioned that this is also the corner stone of KEP initiative and in future KEP would work towards nurturing a culture of peer-to-peer learning within and across different PAT sectors. Secondly she mentioned that there is a need to think about out-of-box solutions that are long term in nature and reduce our dependence on energy along with solving some other pressing environmental concerns. Increasing the use of alternate fuels and raw materials is a good example of circular economy and industrial symbiosis. But we need to develop such models on commercial scale. Lastly she mentioned that international technologies and best practices can play a major role in helping industries achieve their targets under expanding footprint of PAT and KEP will endeavor to facilitate information exchange in this area.

Mr. KK Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant & Senior Advisor-KEP, concluded the session by mentioning that KEP will continue with its commitment to promote transfer and exchange of best practices, approaches and technologies. He encouraged the industries to explore the new initiatives being promoted under KEP such as SPARC, which can help build the capacity of the Industry, particularly at the plant level and enhance their knowledge on cutting edge international technologies. He thanked the industry members for their earnest support to KEP initiative which has continued to help in taking different activities under its umbrella, to scale. He also thanked all the speakers and delegates for participating in the workshop and sharing their thoughts, comments and suggestions and assured that each will be given due consideration in future activities of KEP. He also thanked all the exhibitors and sponsors for participating and supporting the event.

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Figure 14 Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Secretary, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, delivering his concluding remarks

The workshop also recognized the contribution of the participating speakers, technology exhibition and poster exhibition through an award ceremony. The awards to the technology & poster exhibition were given based on the feedback of the participants. A jury comprising of senior industry representatives was formed to adjudge the speakers of technical sessions. The ceremony also recognized the contribution of the Small Group Activity team members for their efforts towards enhancing the Industrial Energy Efficiency. The winners under these categories are as follows:
Technology Exhibition
1st Prize- JK Lakshmi Cement Limited
2nd Prize – Delta Power Solutions and Atlas Copco (India) Limited
 3rd Prize- Raymond Limited
In recognition of valuable contribution : ARMEC Cooling Tower
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Figure 15 Technology Exhibition: 1st Prize- JK Lakshmi Cement Limited
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Figure 16 Technology Exhibition: 2nd Prize- Delta Power Solutions
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Figure 17 Technology Exhibition: 2nd Prize- Atlas Copco (India) Limited
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Figure 18 Technology Exhibition: 3rd Prize – Raymond Limited
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Figure 19 Technology Exhibition – In recognition of valuable contribution – ARMEC Cooling Tower
Poster Exhibition
1st Prize- Bharat Aluminium Company Limited
2nd Prize- Arvind Limited and Vedanta Limited, Lanjigarh
3rd Prize- Electrotherm India Limited
In recognition of valuable contribution : Hyundai Motor India
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Figure 20 Poster Exhibition: 1st Prize – Bharat Aluminium Company Limited
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Figure 21 Poster Exhibition: 2nd Prize – Arvind Limited
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Figure 22 Poster Exhibition: 3rd Prize – Electrotherm India Limited
Upcoming Entrepreneur in the field of Energy Efficiency
Invotech solutions & systems
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Figure 23 Upcoming Entrepreneur in the field of Energy Efficiency- Invotech Solutions & Systems
Speaker
1st Prize- Mr. S.P.Garnaik, Chief General Manager , Energy Efficiency Services Limited
2nd Prize- Mr. Milind Mehta, Business Marketing Manager, Atlas Copco India Limited; Mr. Deepak Kumar, Senior Engineer, UltraTech Cement Limited Unit – Rawan Cement Works and Mr. Paul Silcock, Chief Technical Officer, Bristol BlueGreen Limited
3rd Prize- Mr. Mahesh Thakkar, DGM, Arvind Envisol Limited and Mr. Sandeep Bhalla, Vice-President (Works), Umang Dairies Limited
In recognition of valuable contribution : Dr. T.G.Sundararaman, General Manager, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited;  Mr. S.C. Gupta, General Manager (R & D Division), Engineers India Limited (EIL) &  Mr. Milind Chittawar, CEO, SEE-Tech Solutions

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Figure 24 Speaker: 1st Prize – Mr. S.P.Garnaik, Chief General Manager, Energy Efficiency Services Limited

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Figure 25 Speaker : 2nd Prize – Mr. Deepak Kumar, Senior Engineer, UltraTech Cement Limited Unit – Rawan Cement Works
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Figure 26 Speaker: 2nd Prize – Mr. Paul Silcock, Chief Technical Officer, Bristol BlueGreen Limited
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Figure 27 Speaker: 3rd Prize – Mr. Sandeep Bhalla, Vice-President (Works), Umang Dairies Limited

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Figure 28 Speaker: In recognition of valuable contribution – Dr. T.G.Sundararaman, General Manager, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited

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Figure 29 Speaker: In recognition of valuable contribution- Mr. S.C. Gupta, General Manager (R & D Division), Engineers India Limited (EIL)
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Figure 30 Speaker: In recognition of valuable contribution – Mr. Milind Chittawar, CEO, SEE-Tech Solutions
Small Group Activity
JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Sirohi
JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Durg
My Home Industries Private Limited
Arvind Limited
Vedanta Limited
Raymond Limited
Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited
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Figure 31 SGA Team of JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Sirohi
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Figure 32 SGA Team of JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Durg
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Figure 33 SGA Team of My Home Industries Private Limited
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Figure 34 SGA Team of Arvind Limited
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Figure 35  SGA Team of Vedanta Limited
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Figure 36 SGA Team of Raymond Limited
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Figure 37 SGA Team of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited

The workshop had participation from over 280 distinguished speakers, eminent industry leaders, representatives of aluminium, automobile, cement, chemical, chlor-alkali, dairy, DISCOMs fertilizer, glass, hospital, hotels, pulp & paper, iron & steel, ordnance factory, railway, refinery, sugar, textile, thermal power sectors, energy auditors and energy managers, Government agencies, State Designated Agencies, Industry associations, technology and service providers, and senior Industry professionals amongst many others.
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Figure 38 Participants at the 2nd ‘National Workshop cum Technology Exhibition for Promoting Energy Efficient and Cleaner Production for Sustainable Industrial Growth’
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2nd NATIONAL WORKSHOP CUM TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION FOR PROMOTING ENERGY EFFICIENT AND CLEANER PRODUCTION FOR SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
Day 1: Thursday, 8th March, 2018
INAUGURAL SESSION (10.00 AM- 11.00 AM)
Introduction and Welcome AddressMr. Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity India
Special AddressMr. Harish Chatterjee, Vice President (Manufacturing), Raymond Limited
Special AddressMr. S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited
Special AddressMs. Sandy Sheard, Counsellor for Energy, Climate & Growth Unit, British High Commission
Key note address by the Chief GuestMr. Abhay Bakre, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Release of Mobile Application by Chief Guest
Vote of ThanksMs. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity India
11:00 AM: Inauguration of the Technology and Poster Exhibition by Chief Guest visit to Exhibition area by Dignitaries and participants
TEA BREAK (11.00 AM -11:30 AM)
TECHNICAL SESSION I (11.30 AM – 12.45 PM): Perform Achieve and Trade Scheme: Creating Opportunity for Enhancing Productivity and Cleaner Production in the Industry Sector
ChairmanDr. Anupam Agnihotri, Director, Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development and Design Centre
Creating opportunity for energy efficient industrial growth under the 2nd and 3rd PAT cycleDr. Ashok Kumar, Director, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Strategies for enhancing effectiveness of KEPMs. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity India
Open Discussion
LUNCH BREAK (12.45 PM -1.45 PM)
1:45 to 2:15 PM – Visit to Exhibition and poster display
TECHNICAL SESSION II (2.15 PM- 3.45 PM) Scope of International Technology Transfer to facilitate Industry in achieving PAT Targets
ChairmanMr. Paul Silcock, Chief Technical Officer, Bristol BlueGreen Limited
Electrical saving through Voltage managementMr. Paul Silcock, Chief Technical Officer, Bristol BlueGreen Limited
Energy Saving Solutions for Compressed Air Solutions by Atlas CopcoMr. Milind Mehta, Business Marketing Manager, Atlas Copco
Waste to Energy Technology Transfer - Opportunities and ChallengesMr. Pratik Sharma, Head-Innovation, Seab Energy
Enhanced WHR power generation from IKN CoolerMr. Soundararaj. N, GM, Process and proposals, IKN Engineering India Private Limited
Savings in energy with Automatic voltage controller / optimisation systemMr. Vivek Mull, Power Star
Open Discussion
TEA BREAK (03.45 PM -04.00 PM)
TECHNICAL SESSION III (4.00 PM - 5.30 PM) Small Group Activity (SGA)- An In-house approach to achieving Continuous Energy Efficiency Improvement
ChairmanSPARCMr. K. K. Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant & Senior Advisor- KEP
SGA-Success StoryMr. Sukhwinder Pal Singh, Mr. Manish Vijay, Mr. Manoj Ubana , Mr. Devraj Sharma, JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Sirohi
SGA- Success StoryMr. Krishan Choudhary, Mr. Jan Nisar Akhtar, Mr. Toran Kumar Yadav, Mr. Birendra Kumar Verma, JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Durg
SGA- Success StoryMr. Ramesh Chandra Patro, Mr. Abhishek Agrawal, Mr. Srinivas Rao Mantri, Mr. Soumya Prasana Mohanty, Vedanta Limited
SGA- Success StoryMr. Kushal Trivedi, Ms. Neha Sharma, Mr. Yash Joshi, Arvind Limited
SGA- Success StoryMr. Akshay Admane, Mr. Ashish Sharma, Mr. Bhupender Rajput, Mr. Bipul Singh, Raymond Limited
SGA- Success StoryMr. M. Veerababu , My Home Industries Private Limited
SGA- Success StoryMr. Ramasubramanian, Mr. K.C. Shivakumar, Mr. R.Balaji, Mr. Suryanarayanan, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited
Open Discussion
Day 2: Friday, 9th March, 2018
TECHNICAL SESSION IV (9:00 AM – 11.00 AM): Best practices in Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities
ChairmanMr. K.N. Rao, Director (Energy & Environment), ACC Limited
EESL’s Initiatives on Market Transformation in Energy Efficiency for Industrial Sectors Mr. S. P. Garnaik, Chief General Manager, Energy Efficiency Services Limited
Best Practices and Initiatives taken for Energy Conservation Mr. Deepak Kumar, Senior Engineer, UltraTech Cement Limited Unit - Rawan Cement Works
Best practices of Energy savings in Electrical utilities in Cement IndustryMr. Dominic A Fernandes, General Manager – Energy Conservation, ACC Limited
Best Practices on Energy Efficiency at Arvind LimitedMr. Kushal Trivedi, Sr. Manager – Engineering, Arvind Limited
Best Practices for Improvements In Efficiency & ReliabilityMr. Anand Narayan Saxena, Sr. DGM (Head-Technical Services & Planning), Nabha Power Limited
Best practices and Energy conservation in RaymondMr. Jayant Joshi, General Manager (Engineering), Raymond Limited
Energy Conservation in Bhushan Steel LimitedMr. Hemendra Tiwari, Energy Manager ; Mr. Maneesh Vijay, AGM -Power, Bhushan Steel Limited
TEA BREAK (11.00 AM -11.15AM)
TECHNICAL SESSION V (11.15 AM -12.45 PM) Technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index by Technology Suppliers (I)
ChairmanMr. Harish Chatterjee, Vice President (Manufacturing), Raymond Limited
Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) & Heat Pumps in industriesMr. Akshay Shah, Senior Manager, Mechwell Industries Limited
How Green, Cool & Energy Efficient is your Cooling System?Mr. Shailesh Harani, Managing Director, Armec Cooling Towers
Energy efficient evaporation technologyMr. Mahesh Thakkar, DGM, Arvind Envisol Limited
Significant Savings in Energy through False air reductionMr. Vineet Kumar Sharma, Head, Operations and Customer Services; Mr. Ketan Goel, Senior Marketing Executive, Invotech Solutions and Systems
Energy Efficient technology optionsMr. Robin Roy, Director-MCIS, Delta Power Solutions (India) Private Limited
LUNCH BREAK (12.45 PM -1.45 PM)
TECHNICAL SESSION V (1.45 PM -2.15 PM) Technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index by Technology Suppliers (II)
ChairmanDr. Ashwani Pahuja, Executive Director, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited
PART 1
Efficient Steam Utilization Systems – Case studies in Pulp & PaperDr. B. P. Thapliyal, Director, Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI)
Spent Pot Liner Utilization in Cement Industry & Steel Industry
Mr. Nitin Kumar Tiwari, Head – Operations (Line 5 & Line 6), Vedanta Limited, Jharsuguda

Electrifying Power Generation SolutionsMr. Kumaraprasad Ramasubramanian, Senior Engineering Manager, GE Power
TECHNICAL SESSION VI (2.15PM - 4.45PM) Best practices in Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities, Process & Cross sectoral application
ChairmanMr. S.P.Garnaik, Chief General Manager , Energy Efficiency Services Limited
Technological interventions in low temperature heating and coolingMr. Milind Chittawar, CEO, SEE-Tech Solutions
Benchmarking to Accelerate Energy Efficiency in Cement, Thermal Power plant and Pulp & Paper IndustryMr. Parag Mundada, Engineer, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Utilizing Low Grade Waste Heat in Energy Intensive Indian IndustriesMr. B.P. Bhandary, Director (EM), National Productivity Council
Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Dairy IndustryMr. Sandeep Bhalla, Vice-President (Works), Umang Dairies Limited
TEA BREAK (3.45 PM -4.00 PM)
PART 2
Emerging Best Energy Practices in Seshasayee Paper related to Cross –sector applicationDr. T.G.Sundararaman, General Manager, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited
Alternate operation of aerators fans in sewage and effluent plantsMr. RS Patel, Head-Engineering, Ankur Textiles, A Division of Arvind Limited
Energy Conservation Measures in Refinery and Process IndustryMr. S.C. Gupta, General Manager (R & D Division), Engineers India Limited (EIL)
AWARD CEREMONY FOR WINNERS OF BEST PRESENTERS, POSTERS AND EXHIBITORS
& CONCLUDING SESSION (4.45 PM TO 5.30 PM)

Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Secretary, Bureau of Energy Efficiency; Mr. K K Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant & Senior Advisor - KEP; Ms. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity India

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