EE & DSM

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Region

South Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Implementation of Energy Efficiency Policy Initiatives

Country

Sri Lanka

Client

Government of Sri Lanka

Project Funding Agency

Asian Development Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Jul 2011

Scheduled Completion

Jul 2013

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

The overall objective of the project is to pilot test efficient lighting technologies in the residential sector and prepare application guidelines for a large scale sustainable program. The project also includes a policy study on efficient lighting and develops a roadmap for implementation based on international best practices.

Service Provided:

  • Conduct a market survey on energy efficient lighting products suitable for domestic application and determine the type of lighting technologies that could be trialled in the project
  • Conduct a baseline survey to determine the type of lighting used in the residential sector, customer perceptions on a range of EE lighting, and willingness to participate infield trials
  • Prepare a lighting product and installation guidelines for urban and rural residential and small business applications for publication and distribution by the IA (SustainableEnergy Authority of Sri Lanka – SEA).
  • Develop relevant policy on EE lighting and a roadmap formaximum dissemination and utilization of EE lighting and systems in Sri Lanka
  • Develop guidelines for safe disposal

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Demand-Side Management

Project Title

Demand-side Management Implementation Strategy and Load Research Program – Sri Lanka

Country

Sri Lanka

Client

Ceylon Electricity Board

Project Funding Agency

World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

 1999

Scheduled Completion

 2002

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

This 3-year project, funded by the World Bank, involved assisting the Demand-side Management (DSM) Branch of the Ceylon Electricity Board in conducting Load research. Market research, DSM program design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation; and undertaking demonstration projects on renewable energy and energy efficient technologies. The key objectives of the project were:
-  To develop and enhance the strengths and capabilities of CEB to design, implement, monitor, and evaluate DSM initiatives.
- To assist DSMB in implementing the DSM Action Plan
- To conduct Load Research and develop Market Research in all customer segments
- To strengthen the existing DSM pilot programs
- To build capacity to identify, prioritize, design and implement new DSM programs
- To develop the capability to monitor and evaluate DSM programs.
- To establish a comprehensive database and analytical framework of customer end-use patterns and trends to support future DSM program design, implementation and evaluation.

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency; Training & Capacity Building

Project Title

Appliance Energy Testing and Labeling - Sri Lanka

Country

Sri Lanka

Client

Ceylon Electricity Board

Project Funding Agency

Asian Development Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Sep 2001

Scheduled Completion

Feb 2002

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

IIEC collaborated with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) to undertake a feasibility study for appliance testing and labeling in Sri Lanka. The present value costs of test facility, labeling and standards for 4 appliances (refrigerators, televisions, lighting, and fans) would amount to US $ 3.9 million (Rs 0.273 billion). The consumer benefits (present value) in the form of electricity savings are estimated to be US $ 94 million (Rs 6.6 billion) while the avoided capacity costs (present value) are projected to reach US $ 58.6 million (Rs 4.1 billion).

Service Provided:

  • Cost-benefit analysis of appliance testing and labelling
  • Market study on refrigerators, televisions, lighting and fans
  • Preparation of operational plan for the testing laboratory
  • Training on testing procedures

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