Stakeholders platform to encourage use of scalable renewable energy technology and enabling energy management with incremental energy efficiency
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India in today's scenario is facing serious pressure on energy that majorly relies on thermal energy sources (60% of India's installed power generation capacity is coal-based). This results in rapid depletion of natural coal reserves and also contributes to a majority of GHG emissions. According to a recent estimate by Power minister, India's total power consumption would double to 2 trillion units by 2019. Due to exponential increase in energy demand, it has become a "must do" task to either achieve greatest efficiency in energy consumption or adopt alternate form of energy sources including renewable energy for achieving energy security.
"TERI CBS Energy Chapter" (through Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy) is an effort to provide a collaborative platform for various stakeholders to create a larger impact. This Chapter will bring together stakeholders representing the energy value chain influencing energy demand including energy producers, bulk consumers, and technology providers. The chapter envisages creating economically viable, technologically proven solutions that can be adopted by the industry and community and cater to grid supported larger demands as well as distributed off grid energy access.
To establish India's energy security by use of commercially viable new and renewable energy (RE) sources while providing solutions for energy demand management with incremental energy efficiency (EE) through commercially viable and business justifiable solutions.
- Create awareness and capacity building platform for energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
- Offer an industry led platform to stakeholders of energy sector for collaboration.
- Identify and showcase medium and long term business justifiable energy efficiency and renewable energy technology deployment.
- Help development grid and off grid renewable energy at scale.
- Encourage Technology Innovation and implementable solution creation (EE & RE)
- Engage with policy makers to work through the policy gaps/barriers in a constructive environment.
To know more about our activities contact:
Ms C P Sreeja
Email: [email protected]
The Chapter will function under the guidance of a Steering Committee with TERI CBS acting as the Secretariat and Convener.
Mr. A.K. Gupta,Executive Director (Engineering)
Mr. Sujitkumar Nag,Chief Projects & Engineering Officer
Mr. Sharat Sharma,Director (Operations)
Mr. Sharat Sharma is an Electrical Engineer by profession and has working experience of 35 years. He has been working in DMRC for last 13 years in Senior Management cadre and dealt with the tendering, designing, consultancy, contracts management and execution of the projects worth Rs. 70,000 cr (Phase-I, Phase-II & Phase-III) of the project.
He is presently working as Director (Operations) since January, 2013 and associated with Operations & Maintenance of 190 km network with 143 stations. Today Delhi Metro carries around 2.39 million passengers/day (May, 2015) and maximum passengers carried on a day is 3.00 million (11th May, 2015).
Dr. Ashwini Kumar,Managing Director
Mr. Saurabh Kumar,Managing Director
Mr. Saurabh Kumar is an Indian Revenue Service officer of 1992 batch. He is an Electrical Engineer from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur and Masters in Public Policy from National Graduate Institute of Policy Studies, Tokyo, Japan.
He has worked in various capacities in Income Tax Department, Ministry of Power, and Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE). He was Secretary, BEE during 2007-2010. He proceeded on a UN Deputation to Bangkok for the last 2 years and was handling environmental issues in Asia – Pacific region.
He has been appointed as the Managing Director, Energy Efficiency Services Limited by the Ministry of Power and he took over as the Managing Director of EESL on 6th of May 2013.
Mr. K.S. Popli, ChairmanManaging Director
Presently, holding the position of Chairman & Managing Director in India Renewable Energy Development Agency Limited (IREDA). Prior to this, was Director (Technical) in IREDA from December, 2007 to February, 2014. IREDA is primarily a Non-Banking Financial Company and the only dedicated financial institution for financing and promoting Renewable Energy Projects in the country.
Over 32 years of diversified experience in power sector in design, engineering, erection, appraisal and finance of power projects in generation, transmission, distribution, renovation and modernization, energy efficiency. Also similar experience in renewables in appraisal and finance, policy formulation etc., for renewable energy projects.
Mr. Aalok Deshmukh,GM-Energy Efficiency
Mr. Aalok Deshmukh, General Manager – Energy Efficiency, Schneider Electric India (SEI); has over 14 years of experience spanning contributions to more than 125 projects in 11 countries, including energy and sustainability research, consulting and implementation experience in corporate, government and non-profit sectors.
He has managed SEI’s internal program to reduce energy use at their most intensive facilities; achieving energy cost savings of INR 50 million over a 3-year period with an investment of less than INR 20 million; and led the efforts resulting in LEED Commercial Interiors Platinum certification of their own new super-efficient R&D Center in Bangalore. He has also recently worked on developing a utility-driven demand side management program aimed at scaling up super-efficient new construction in India.
Mr. Deshmukh has experience in enterprise energy management and sustainability strategy, commercial building performance benchmarking and energy code implementation assistance, building simulation, energy analysis, energy auditing, building commissioning and retro-commissioning, as well as measurement and verification. Prior to joining SEI, Mr. Deshmukh headed the USAID-funded bilateral ECO-III Project, where he worked as a Technical Advisor to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and to the Government of Gujarat. Previously, Mr. Deshmukh worked as a Senior Consultant, Built Environment at Rocky Mountain Institute, Boulder, USA for four years; and Farnsworth Group, Atlanta, USA for two years.
Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary,Managing Director & CEO
Mr. Gyanesh Chaudhary is the Managing Director & CEO of Vikram Solar Private Limited, an internationally acclaimed solar PV module manufacturer and EPC solutions provider. Under his able leadership, the company has moved ahead steadily and has established a highly sophisticated world-class Crystalline Solar PV Module manufacturing plant in Falta, West Bengal.
Mr. Chaudhary strongly believes in the economic, environmental and social implications of business and understands the value of sustainability for business growth and continuity. Ideologically, he believes solar is the core strategy and an answer to various environmental issues affecting the world today.
He is a graduate in Business Management from Cardiff University, U.K., and has done Executive Education in Marketing and International Trade from Harvard Business School and Boston University, U.S.A.
Mr. Girish Sethi,Director –Industrial Energy Efficiency
Mr. Shirish S Garud,Associate Director-Renewable Energy Tech Application
Mr. Pradeep Kumar,Associate Director- Building Energy Systems
Mr. Sunil JainChief Executive Officer & Executive Director
Hero Future Energies Limited (HFE) carries an illustrious legacy of The Hero Group. Incorporated in October 2012, HFE is an Independent Power Producer (IPP) with growth plans to invest progressively in Wind, Solar and Hydro sector over the years.
Our vision is to drive India's development by leading a change in generating energy using Renewable Resources like Wind, Sun, Hydro and providing Sustainable, Cost-effective, Clean Power thereby reducing Carbon Emissions leading to a Greener Planet for our future generations.
We call this “planet positive power”.
HFE has operating Wind and Solar projects totalling 250+ MW in the states of Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. We have executed roof-top projects (apprx. 4 MW commissioned). All these projects are instrumental in reducing approx. 4 lakh tonne of Carbon emissions annually.
TERI Industrial Energy Efficiency
Industry drives the processes of growth in all sectors of the economy. It also consumes huge amounts of energy, accounting for more than half of the total commercial energy consumed in India. Given its expertise in energy optimization, TERI is increasingly being invited to undertake energy audits and develop management plans for the corporate sector. During 2012–13, TERI engineers conducted baseline energy audits for clients in various industry sectors such as cement, pharmaceuticals, chloralkali, heavy engineering, tea processing, etc. In addition, audits were also completed for Hyderabad International Airport, water utilities in Burkina Faso and Mali in Africa, and industrial plants in Nigeria, Indonesia, and Malaysia. TERI also continued to provide services to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Government of India through its engagement with the PAT scheme under the National Mission on Enhanced Energy Effi ciency (NMEEE).
Apart from strengthening its long standing partnership in the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) fi eld with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), TERI initiated another major project on energy effi ciency in 2012 in three specifi c MSME industrial clusters with support from SIDBI under the World Bank-GEF programme. A fi rst of its kind National Summit on Energy Effi ciency in MSMEs was also organized under the SAMEEEKSHA platform.
The IEE Division also focuses on research and development in the fi eld of energy regulation and practices with a focus on the electricity sector. During the year, TERI researchers worked on specific activities related to Demand Side Management (DSM), tariff rationalization, and other regulatory aspects for the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Punjab, and Rajasthan. A series of capacity-building and learning programmes on the regulatory framework in the Indian power sector for senior level offi cials of one of India's leading power sector PSUs was another highlight of the work undertaken during the year.
TERI Renewable Energy Technology Application
Focusing on the development of clean and innovative technological solutions and their markets, the goal of the Division is to address energy and environment related challenges, especially those facing the developing world. For this it relies on global collaborations and multidisciplinary approaches together with its rich knowledge base gained through developing suitable solutions for diverse applications and user groups.
After pioneering the use of a GIS platform for mapping Gujarat's potential for renewable energy resources, the Division carried out a comprehensive study on policy and regulatory issues for their large scale grid integration. Besides dissemination of biomass gasifiers and ‘TEAM’ bio-methanation systems, the focus is on developing systems and exploring opportunities for decentralized applications such as the milestone of commissioning a biomass gasifier-based cold storage-cum-rural electrification system with smart metering in a village in Uttar Pradesh. Similarly, Solar Multi Utility projects for livelihood generation activities were implemented in Assam, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh. These projects improve the performance of solar power plants in remote locations and focus on enhancing community ownership and revenue generation. A state-of-the-art Smart Controller Laboratory was also established to develop optimized distributed power solutions.Read more