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The South-South Knowledge Exchange (SSKE) Program in Energy Efficiency was organized in New Delhi, India from June 11 to 15, 2018. Forty energy efficiency practitioners from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cote d’Ivoire, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Morocco, Kenya, Mauritius, South Korea and India participated in the South-South Knowledge Exchange Program in Energy Efficiency. The program was organized by the World Bank and Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), India in collaboration with Korea Energy Agency (KEA) and the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), India with support from the Korea-World Bank Partnership Facility (KWPF). The African Development Bank sponsored five participants from the Middle East and Africa. The International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) implemented the 5-day program in India, as a technical consultant to the World Bank. The exchange program consisted of three days of classroom training and two days of site visits.

Among the participants and speakers were representatives from:

  • Agence Marocaine de L’efficacité Energétique (AMEE), Morocco
  • Ajou University, South Korea
  • Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), India
  • Department of Electricity Development, Nepal,
  • Energy Efficiency Service Limited (EESL), India
  • International Institute for Energy Conservation, India
  • Korea Energy Agency, South Korea
  • Korea Research Institute on Climate Change, South Korea
  • Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya
  • Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities, Mauritius
  • Ministry of Environment and Energy, Maldives
  • Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, South Korea
  • Ministry of Renewable Energy, Bhutan Sustainable Energy Authority (SEA),
  • Sri Lanka Sustainable Renewable Energy Development Authority (SREDA),
  • Bangladesh The World Bank

The SSKE program provided a great opportunity to enable participants to share and learn about EE policies across the regions, business models and financing mechanisms to promote demand-side EE improvements across different sectors.

The various country participants were hopeful that the lessons learned, illustrating the key elements of the successful Indian, Korean, South Asian, Middle East and African stories would help bridge those gaps and support attain their respective national goals and global commitments in the future.

Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Market Characterization for LEDs in India

Country

India

Client

Bridgelux Inc.

Project Funding Agency

Bridgelux Inc.

Project Duration

Start Date

April 2012

Scheduled Completion

Ongoing

Project Description and summary of services

Bridgelux Inc. awarded a project to characterize the market for LEDs in India. About fifty five past and present LED projects in India were analyzed to determine the sectors that have the highest potential for LEDs. Import data analysis for the last year indicated a trend as to which categories of LED products were the highest to be imported and which Indian ports received the largest amount of LED products. The Indian standards for LEDs were listed along with a vast data on manufacturers and vendorsin LED lighting arena was collected.

The key tasks and objectives are:

  • Market Assessment
  • Review and assessment of Indian standards for LEDs
  • Development of a comprehensive database of LED manufacturers and vendors in India

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Region

Mumbai, India

Service Area

DSM

Project Title

Consultancy for design and institution of DSM plan and assistance in implementation of Phase 1 programs for The Tata Power Company Limited

Country

India

Client

Tata Power Company

Project Funding Agency

Tata Power Company

Project Duration

Start Date

May 2008

Scheduled Completion

March 2009

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

1. Load Research to establish the rationale for utility specific DSM initiatives

This included a detailed study of Tata Power System Profile from the utility as well as the consumers’ ends. The results of the study were utilized in developing a DSM/EE end-use opportunity matrices and narration on use of the strategies in reducing losses and costs of services

2. Development of DSM Plan highlighting Phase 1 (2 years) and Phase 2 (3 Years) activities

Developing consumer class and end-use technology specific list of DSM programs typically categorized under lighting, end use pumping, street lighting, HVAC programs. It included development of draft DSM Plan for different consumer classes and their phase wise implementation plan. 

3. Assistance in initiation of implementation of Phase 1 DSM activities

Finalization of detail program designs for the two selected programs including implementation plan, procurement budgets, consumer awareness campaigns and M&V. It also included preparing bidding documents to recruit vendors and service providers, execution of marketing plan for the DSM implementation providing inputs in the Tata Power corporate marketing strategy and developing of reporting mechanisms and internal M&V plans.

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Public Buildings Energy Efficiency Program in three Indian states through ESCOs

Country

India

Client

Public sector building owners in three Indian states

Project Funding Agency

Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) and The World Bank (WB)

Project Duration

Start Date

Aug 2006

Scheduled Completion

 

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

IIEC short-listed high energy use buildings in the three states in coordination with state nodal agencies with a mandate to promote energy efficiency.

Held capacity building and training workshops for policy-makers and operations and maintenance staff in the three states.

Conducted investment-grade audits and developed bidding documents to capture technical delivery by the energy services companies, monitoring and verification protocol and technical and commercial bid evaluation criteria.

Services Provided:

  • Capacity building and training at various levels
  • Investment grade audits and bidding support

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Region

Asia

Service Area

DSM

Project Title

Consultancy for design and institution of DSM plan and assistance in implementation of Phase 1 programs for Reliance Energy Ltd.

Country

India

Client

Reliance Energy Ltd.

Project Funding Agency

Reliance Energy Ltd.

Project Duration

Start Date

September 2007

Scheduled Completion

February 2009

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

1. Establishing the rationale for utility specific DSM initiatives

This included a detailed study of Reliance Energy System Profile from the utility as well as the consumers’ ends. The results of the study were utilized in developing a DSM/EE end-use opportunity matrices and narration on use of the strategies in reducing losses and costs of services

2. Development of DSM Plan highlighting Phase 1 (2 years) and Phase 2 (3 Years) activities

Developing consumer class and end-use technology specific list of DSM programs typically categorized under lighting, end use pumping, street lighting, HVAC programs. It included development of draft DSM Plan for different consumer classes and their phase wise implementation plan. 

3. Assistance in initiation of implementation of Phase 1 DSM activities

Finalization of detail program designs for the two selected programs including implementation plan, procurement budgets, consumer awareness campaigns and M&V. It also included preparing bidding documents to recruit vendors and service providers, execution of marketing plan for the DSM implementation providing inputs in the REL corporate marketing strategy and developing of reporting mechanisms and internal M&V plans.

 

Contact for more information

Rahul Agnihotri (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)