The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is keen to implement innovative energy efficiency technologies and deploy large-scale implementation of energy efficiency measures in the PAT industries i.e., the Designated Consumers (DCs). Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has a vast experience in the implementation of large-scale energy-efficient projects through innovative financial models and demand aggregation. In this context, BEE has entrusted EESL with providing support to PAT industries for the demonstration of innovative energy-efficient technologies & creating an ecosystem to enable market transformation for such innovative technologies. BEE and EESL with their collaborative approach and expertise have prepared this program to implement innovative technologies and deploy a bespoke package of energy efficiency technologies in PAT industries.
The overall objective of this program is to demonstrate emerging/innovative energy-efficient technologies in the identified PAT sectors and to create a self-sustaining mechanism for their upscaling. Key activities of the project are as below:
Emerging technologies, which are innovative in nature and have potential to replicate in the notified PAT industries, which with and has not been commercialized to the large scale and have potential for energy efficiency improvement or generation will be targeted under the scheme. JTWC has identified the following four technologies for demonstration of the project.
Through this request for expression of interest, we are getting the willingness of beneficiary units and collecting the data to assess the suitability of the technology for a demo project. Beneficiary units will be selected through this EoI on the basis of highest contribution between contribution and cost form cost from the DCs as per DC selection criteria given in the Section-3. Technology briefs for demo projects are given below.
Financing for project shall be done through the grant support (partially) by BEE and upfront contribution from DC. DCs has to contribute minimum 30% of total technology cost. The DC, who will contribute more will be prefer for selection. A marking matrix will be prepared on the basis of upfront contribution of the DC towards demonstration project as per Section 3 of EOI document. Technology forms will be collected separately.Read more