Date(s) - 07/11/2016 - 08/11/2016
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
7th -8th November, 2016, New Delhi: The two day ‘National Workshop cum Technology Exhibition for Promoting Industrial Energy Efficiency’ was organized under the Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP) initiative from 7 to 8th November, 2016 at Silver Oak Hall & Lawn, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. KEP is a joint initiative of Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) to promote energy efficiency by facilitating exchange of knowledge, experiences and best practices in industries covered under the Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme.
As the industry is gearing up for achievements of PAT-2 cycle targets, a strong demand was expressed by industry to take advantage of the KEP platform for promoting cross sectoral exchange of best practices and to provide exposure to international best available energy efficient technologies. With this in mind, the two day National Workshop cum Technology Exhibition was specially designed to cater to specific needs of the industry and cover the following specific objectives:
- Catalyse cross sectoral exchange of best practices, experiences and impacts in utilities and energy management practices/ approaches that have high possibility of replication across sectors
- Create exposure to internationally available innovative and cutting edge technologies and practices that can support industry in meeting the energy efficiency targets.
- Facilitate Technology transfer and B2B interaction with technology suppliers to assess their applicability, cost and performance parameters in the Indian context.
The workshop was inaugurated by Shri Raj Pal, Economic Adviser, Ministry of Power, Government of India. In his inaugural address, he mentioned that energy efficiency plays a critical role in fighting the climate change. India formally joined the Paris climate change agreement taking the global pact a step closer to its enactment. As India reaffirms its global leadership on tackling climate change, he congratulated the efforts made by industry and other stakeholders in making PAT scheme a success, which has made a huge contribution in taking India on a low carbon growth trajectory. He mentioned that the PAT scheme was developed after detailed consultations with the industry leaders and representatives, which is one of the key reasons for its success. A PATNET website has also been developed by Bureau of Energy Efficiency for uploading all the relevant forms in order to calculate the Energy Saving Certificates which will be awarded to the over achievers. He congratulated the Knowledge Exchange Platform initiative for creating such a vibrant knowledge hub and inspiring industries to focus on strategies and solutions that can enhance their energy productivity. This role of KEP will become particularly important for new industries and sectors that have been covered under the 2nd PAT cycle, where the challenge will be to replicate the success achieved so far and create a smart economy reinforced by green manufacturing and production.
Welcome address was delivered by Shri Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity. He mentioned that KEP in a relatively short time frame has been able to establish itself as a vibrant platform by evolving as a one stop solution to all the information needs of the industry. He provided an update on KEP initiatives and mentioned that in order to ensure that KEP continues to act as a forum for sustain interaction within and across industry sectors, it is important that KEP’s efforts are strengthened by providing continuous input and feedback. He informed that besides initiating sectoral workshop, quarterly newsletter, best practice exchange visits, KEP has also developed an interactive website (www. knowledgeplatform.in). He mentioned that KEP intends to develop this website as a strong tool in promoting not only the KEP activities but also addressing the information and knowledge needs of the industry by introducing various databases on national and international technologies, energy efficiency policies, technology and service provider database etc.
Special address was delivered by Shri Dayanidhi Behera, Senior Vice President, Head Aluminium Operation, Vedanta Limited. In his address, he mentioned that the efficient use of energy and its conservation is a key element of the national energy policy. The potential for energy conservation and efficiency is limitless and is a constant challenge to improvise the current technology upgradation. He also mentioned that Knowledge Exchange Platform is an important initiative which is supporting industries in achieving its energy efficiency targets and can only be successful through a collaborative approach, continuity of interactions and openness to share experience and learnings.
Special address was delivered by Shri S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited. In his address, he mentioned that the Indian energy intensity is improving but it leaves no room for complacency as much cost‐effective energy‐efficient potential has not yet been tapped and with the growing energy demand it makes economic sense. He mentioned that 2nd Cycle of PAT will only be successful if industries would embrace the new and innovative technologies. It is important for the industry to come forward and share their best practices through KEP in order to bridge the technology gap.
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, Shri Raj Pal, Economic Adviser, Ministry of Power, Government of India and joined by Shri S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited, Shri Dayanidhi Behera, Senior Vice President, Head Aluminium Operation, Vedanta Limited and Shri Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity. The technology exhibition had participation from Atlas Copco (India) Limited, Arvind Envisol Private Limited, Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute, Delta Power Solutions (India) Pvt Ltd., Fairport Engineering Limited, IKN Engineering India Pvt Ltd, JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, Mechwell Industries Ltd, National Council for Cement and Building Materials, PGS Energy Services Pvt. Ltd., Raymond Limited and Siemens Plc. The Poster exhibition showcased 42 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.
The inaugural event was followed by three technical sessions. The first technical session was Chaired by Shri K K Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant, Bureau of Energy Efficiency. The discussion in the session focused on achievements and learnings from PAT Cycle 1 and challenges of PAT 2nd Cycle. The presentation by Shri Vikash Ranjan provided an overview of Perform Achieve and Trade scheme, energy conservation achieved by the industry in the PAT Cycle 1. He also provided an analysis of how different sectors fared in terms of target achievement and what it meant in terms of GHG mitigation, cola saving and impact on climate change mitigation. He mentioned that as a result of PAT Cycle 1, impacts in terms of energy saving of 8.67 mtoe which is 1.25% of India’s total primary energy supply; 31 million tonnes of CO2 reduction which is 1.93% of India’s emissions; capacity building of more than 5000 Engineers and operators, 13718 Energy Auditors & Managers and 219 Accreditations; monetary savings of Rs 37,685 Crores was achieved besides investments of about Rs 20,783 Crore in energy efficient technologies. He also briefed about the methodology being adopted for second PAT cycle, amendments made in PAT Rules, baseline setting methodology for new and existing DCs, validation of fuel quality etc. The presentation by Ms. Vineeta Kanwal, Assistant Energy Economist, BEE highlighted the financing initiatives being promoted by BEE under the under Energy Efficiency Financing Platform (EEFP) for supporting the industry and other end users in promoting energy efficiency by enhancing their access to innovative financing mechanism. In her presentation Ms. Vineeta Kanwal mentioned that BEE with support from SIDBI has developed a compilation of ‘Success stories of energy efficiency projects financed in India’ to create awareness regarding effective financing mechanism. He mentioned that a ‘Training manual on energy efficiency financing’ has also been launched and to motivate banks to come forward and support the industry in their efforts BEE has introduced two new categories in the National Energy Conservation Award for Financial Institutions. She also explained the important features of Partial Risk Guarantee Fund for Energy Efficiency (PRGFEE), Partial Risk Sharing Facility (PRSF) and Venture Capital Fund for Energy Efficiency (VCFEE) and how industry could use these mechanisms to achieve their energy efficiency targets.
The second technical session was focused on Technology Gap Assessment with a view to map the present status of energy intensive sectors in terms of EE technology deployment and the need of technological advancement in order to achieve the targets set under the 2nd cycle of PAT. This session was Chaired by Shri K. N. Rao, Director – Energy & Environment, ACC Limited and had presentations from Vedanta Limited, National Council for Cement and Building Materials, Arvind Limited and JK Paper Limited.
The third technical session was focused on technology solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index in electrical utilities, was Chaired by Shri K. K. Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant, Bureau of Energy Efficiency. This session was planned in a manner that it brought together the technology and service 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 compressed air systems by Atlas Copco (India) Limited, best practices in various sector by PGS Energy Services Private Limited, reduction in auxiliary power consumption and O&M cost through Magnadrive Technology by AVJ Engineering Consultants, the future of energy and asset management by Ecolibrium Energy (P) Limited, power quality by Delta Power Solutions (India) Private Limited and applications of heat pumps in industries by Mechwell Industries Limited.
The second day of the workshop focused on exchanging the best practices adopted to enhance the energy efficiency index in electrical and thermal utilities. The fourth technical session was focused on sharing of best practices in energy efficiency in electrical utilities. This session was Chaired by Shri Dayanidhi Behera, Senior Vice President, Head Aluminium Operation, Vedanta Limited and had presentations from Energy Efficiency Services Limited, Vardhman Fabrics, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, National Productivity Council, Aditya Birla Group, The Ramco Cements Limited, ACC Limited and The Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited.
The fifth technical session was focused on sharing of best practices in energy efficiency in thermal utilities. This session was Chaired by Shri Ashwani Pahuja, Director General, National Council for Cement and Building Materials and had presentations from Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited, L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings Private Limited, Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute, National Council for Cement and Building Materials, Tata Steel Limited, Hindalco Industries Limited, Renukoot and Nabha Power Limited.
The sixth technical session was focused on technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index in process and thermal utility, was Chaired by Shri S.K. Wali, Wholetime Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited. The session had presentations on technologies available to optimize the amount of Alternative Fuels used in the Kiln to match Global BAT levels, including Multi-channel burners by Fairport Engineering Limited and Siemens, UK, Energy efficiency with IKN Pendulum Cooler by IKN Engineering India Pvt Limited, Low energy consuming Polymeric Film Evaporation Technology (PFET) for Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) by Arvind Accel Limited, Ahmedabad and Use of software for improving the Heat Rate performance of thermal power plants by STEAG Energy Services (India) Pvt. Limited.
The workshop also recognized the contribution of the participating technology & service provider 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 technology & service provider sessions. The awardees under the three categories are as follows:
1st Prize- JK Lakshmi Cement Limited
2nd Prize – Mechwell Industries Limited
3rd Prize- Atlas Copco (India) Limited & PGS Energy Services Pvt. Limited
1st Prize- JK Paper Limited
2nd Prize- Lanco Power Limited
3rd Prize- Dalmia Bharat Cement Limited & Electrotherm India Limited
1st Prize- Shri Harit Soni, Director & Co-founder, Ecolibrium Energy (P) Limited
2nd Prize- Shri Pradeep Samajdar, Business Development, Arvind Accel Limited, Ahmedabad
3rd Prize- Shri Richard Woosnam, Projects Manager, Fairport Engineering Limited, UK
The workshop had participation from over 270 distinguished speakers, eminent industry leaders, representatives of aluminium, cement, chlor-alkali, fertilizer, pulp & paper, textile, iron & steel, thermal power, hospital, sugar, chemical, glass, automobile sectors, energy auditors and energy managers, Government agencies, State Designated Agencies, Industry associations, technology and service providers, and senior Industry professionals amongst many others.
TWO DAY ‘NATIONAL WORKSHOP CUM TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION FOR PROMOTING INDUSTRIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY’
Day 1: Monday, 7th November, 2016
INAUGURAL SESSION (10.00 AM- 10.45 AM)
Introduction and Welcome Address Shri Somnath Bhattacharjee, Director, Institute for Industrial Productivity
Special Address Shri Dayanidhi Behera, Senior Vice President, Head Aluminium Operation, Vedanta Limited
Special Address Shri S.K. Wali, Whole Time Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited
Inaugural Address Shri Raj Pal, Economic Adviser, Ministry of Power, Government of India
Vote of Thanks Ms. Ritu Bharadwaj, Chief of Program, Institute for Industrial Productivity
10:45 AM: Inauguration of the Technology & Poster Exhibition by the Chief Guest
TEA BREAK (10.45 AM -11:30 AM)
TECHNICAL SESSION I (11.30 AM – 12.45 PM): Perform Achieve and Trade: Looking back and way forward for Second PAT Cycle
Chairman Shri K. K. Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Achievements and Learnings from PAT 1 and challenges of PAT 2nd Cycle Shri S. Vikash Ranjan, Technical Expert, GIZ
BEE’s Financing initiatives Ms. Vineeta Kanwal, Assistant Energy Economist, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
LUNCH BREAK (12.45 PM -01.45 PM)
TECHNICAL SESSION II (1.45 PM- 3.00 PM) Technology Gap Assessment: Sector specific technological opportunities available for achieving future PAT targets
Chairman Shri K. N. Rao, Director - Energy & Environment, ACC Limited
Aluminium sector Shri N. Srinivas, Associate Vice President, Vedanta Limited
Cement Sector Shri Anil Kumar, Group Manager, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
Textile sector Shri Harvinder Rathee, Head- Engineering, Arvind Limited
Pulp & Paper Sector Shri Sandeep Bhalla, Senior General Manager (Development), JK Paper Limited
TEA BREAK (03.00 PM -03.30 PM)
TECHNICAL SESSION III (03.30 PM - 05.30 PM) Technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index in Electrical Utilities
Chairman Shri K. K. Chakarvarti, Expert Consultant, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency in Compressed air systems Shri Arnab Maitra, Key Account Manager – India, Atlas Copco (India) Limited
Energy Efficiency practices in Various Sector Shri Pradeep Dhingra, Director, PGS Energy Services Private Limited
Reduction in Auxiliary Power Consumption and O&M cost through Magnadrive Technology Shri Vinod Malhotra, Chief Executive Officer, AVJ Engineering Consultants
The Future of Energy and Asset Management Shri Harit Soni, Director & Co-founder, Ecolibrium Energy (P) Limited
Power Quality Shri Amol Bhendale, Product Head: Harmonic Filters, Delta Power Solutions (India) Private Limited
Applications of Heat Pumps in industries Shri Harish Saive, Asst Product Manager, Mechweorld Eco Pvt Ltd
Day 2: Tuesday, 8th November, 2016
TECHNICAL SESSION IV (9:00 AM – 11.15 AM): Best practices in Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities
Chairman Shri Dayanidhi Behera, Senior Vice President, Head Aluminium Operation, Vedanta Limited
PART A Energy Efficiency in Electric motors Shri K. N. Hemant Kumar, Manager (Tech), Energy Efficiency Services Limited
Best practices adopted in Electric motors, power distribution, lightings, pumps Shri Mahendra Khante, Vice President, Vardhman Fabrics
Best practices adopted in HVAC and Air Source water heat pumps Shri Vijay Kale, Chief Engineer, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital
Case Study on Energy Efficient Pumping System Shri B.P. Bhandary, Director, National Productivity Council
CT Performance Analysis- A Novel Integrated Approach Shri Ilayaraja Palani, General Manager, CTES, Aditya Birla Group
Energy conservation projects on Fans, Water pumps and Cooling tower Shri R. Venkatapathi Gupta, Dy.Manager-Mechanical, The Ramco Cements Limited
Every Unit Counts - Best practices of Energy savings in Electrical utilities in Cement Industry Shri Tapendu Datta, Head - Energy Conservation & Renewable Energy & Projects, ACC Limited
Online Fuel and Feed Stock Change Over from Naphta to RLNG in Ammonia Plant Shri TK Unnikrishna Prasad, DGM (Electrical), The Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited
TEA BREAK (11.15 AM -11.45AM)
TECHNICAL SESSION V (11.45 AM - 1.00 PM) Best practices in Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities
Chairman Shri Ashwani Pahuja, Director General, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
Energy Efficiency through Cogeneration Dr. T.G.Sundararaman, General Manager, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited
Energy saving & Best practices in Reheating furnaces Shri Kishore Reddy, Manager (Forge Shop), L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings Private Limited
Shri Pratiyush Uttpal, Assistant Manager, L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings Private Limited
Efficient Steam Utilization Systems - Case studies in Pulp & Paper Dr. B. P. Thapliyal, Scientist F and Head, Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute
Thermal efficiency in Cement Kiln Shri Rabindra Singh, Joint Director, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
Spent wash oil: An alternative source of energy Shri Pradip Chakraborty, Head, Power House-4, Tata Steel Limited
Thermal Utility ( Steam saving); To increase steam economy of Evaporation Unit II by 0.5 T/T Shri Anuj Kumar Verma, Manager, Hindalco Industries Limited, Renukoot
Shri Vivek Agrawal, Senior Engineer, Hindalco Industries Limited, Renukoot
Best Energy Efficiency Practices in Thermal Utility Shri Raju Thomas, DGM, Nabha Power Limited
LUNCH BREAK (1.00 PM -02.00 PM)
TECHNICAL SESSION VI (02.00PM - 03.30 PM) Technology Solutions to enhance the energy efficiency index in Process and Thermal Utilities by Technology Suppliers
Chairman Shri S.K. Wali, Wholetime Director, J K Lakshmi Cement Limited
Methodology to optimise the amount of Alternative Fuels used in the Kiln to match Global BAT levels, including Multi-channel burners Shri Richard Woosnam, Projects Manager, Fairport Engineering Limited, UK
Shri T. D. Parameswaran, Siemens
Energy efficiency with IKN Pendulum Cooler Shri Madhusudan R., Country Head, IKN Engineering India Pvt Limited
CFD Application for industries Shri Deep Dave, Sr. Engineer Marketing, Mechwell Industries Ltd
Low energy consuming Polymeric Film Evaporation Technology (PFET) for Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Shri Pradeep Samajdar, Business Development, Arvind Accel Limited, Ahmedabad
Use of software for improving the Heat Rate performance of thermal power plants Shri L. Pattanayak , Additional General Manager, STEAG Energy Services (India) Pvt. Limited
AWARD CEREMONY FOR WINNERS OF BEST PRESENTERS, POSTERS AND EXHIBITORS
CONCLUDING SESSION (03:30 PM TO 04:30 PM)
TEA BREAK (04.30 PM Onwards)