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Project Name:   

South – South Knowledge Exchange Program in Energy Efficiency in India

Project Year:       

April 2018

Project Location: 

India

Project Description:

The International Institute for Energy Conservation-India (IIEC-India) had been commissioned as a lead organizer and technical consultant by the World Bank Group and EESL to deliver the South-South Knowledge Exchange Program in Energy Efficiency, a five-day knowledge exchange program in New Delhi, India. The program was designed as a collaborative platform to provide opportunities to South Asia Region (SAR) countries for knowledge exchange and learning in order to enhance their capacity to deliver energy efficiency (EE) and Demand Side Management (DSM) programs in their respective countries. The program was funded by the World Bank and organized by 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).

Project Activities:

  • Design of Knowledge Exchange Program.
  • Selection of Participants & Final Visit Program.
  • Completion of the Logistics arrangements for travel, lodging and boarding of participants from South Asian countries and from South Korea.
  • Conducting Knowledge Exchange Visit Program.
  • Exchange Visit final Report.

 

 PROJECT REPORT
Funding Source Partners Involved Themes Covered Under Project

[The World Bank]

[Korea - World Bank Partnership Facility (KWPF)]

 

[Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) ]

[Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL)]

[Korea Energy Agency (KEA)]

Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Demand Side Management

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Project Name:   

Energy Performance Improvement and Energy Access   

Program Design and Implementation

Project Year:       

December 2019 – Ongoing

Project Location: 

Haryana, India

Project Description:

IIEC-India has planned and implementing an Energy Performance Improvement and Clean Energy Access Program for APTIV in the rural areas around the manufacturing Plant in and around Dharuhera-Haryana, India under their CSR commitments. IIEC-India team has developed a criterion to select the villages and sites of school buildings where access to clean energy can be improved by providing clean means of energy “Solar Lighting System”. Through this program will help to build the strength of the un-electrified or poorly electrified school buildings to provide access to electricity as enabler for IT and Digital Education. The Program also serve as a pilot for demonstrating and providing improved learning facilities to children in schools in line with the PM Modi’s “Digital India” campaign includes plans to connect rural areas with internet networks to improve universal digital literacy. The program will ensure that any requirement of repair and maintenance or replacement of solar lighting systems be provided to the school. This approach will help in bringing out the feeling of ownership in the school staff and students for managing the provided resources.

Project Activities:

  • Design and implement the Energy Access Program for schools in 5-6 villages in and around Dharuhera-Haryana, India.
  • Selection of schools for implementation of the project.
  • Profiling of the school to facilitate the effective design and implementation of the project.
  • Profiling and selection of Solar Lighting Solution provider.
  • Implementation of the project with support from solar lighting solution providers and APTIV Sustainability Team.
  • Provide training and build the capacity of the selected school staff and students for the care and maintenance of the solar lighting systems.
  • Preparation of case study and documentary for sharing and reporting.

Funding Source

Partners Involved

 

Themes Covered Under Project

 Energy Efficiency

 Renewable Energy

 Capacity Building

 Education

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Project Name

Energy Efficient Street Lighting – Implementation and Financing Solutions

Name of Client

The World Bank

Country

India

Project Location within country

Nationwide

Source of Financing

The World Bank

Length of Consultancy Assignment

Start Date

April 2014

Completion Date

April 2015

Detailed Narrative Description of Project:
The objective of the project was to develop a manual focusing on implementation models and financing solutions for scaling up the implementation of large energy-efficient street lighting programs in cities and municipalities in India. Under the project, IIEC also helped plan the conference and compile conference proceedings for a Global Conference on EE Street Lighting held in New Delhi in May 2014. The project team worked in close collaboration with the Energy Efficiency Services Ltd and key Urban Local Bodies. Working with EESL, IIEC also organized and conducted a study tour for key ULB heads to South Korea and Thailand to showcase EE Street lighting activities internationally in these countries. The trip provided an opportunity for direct information exchange between the municipal heads from India and their counterparts in South Korea and Thailand.  
The activities of the project were geared towards helping the Indian municipalities realize the potential of LEDs and other EE street lighting technologies together with implementation models, to save energy and reduce their energy costs and GHG emissions.

Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:

  • Preparation of the Project Inception report;
  • Review and analysis of components of EE street lighting, standards relevant to street lighting, lamp technologies etc.,
  • Study of different implementation models for EE street lighting – PPP models, Municipal borrowing and other financing instruments;
  • Detailed procedure for investment grade energy audit for EE street lighting project;
  • Developed guidelines on procurement and contracting procedures, M&V procedures;
  • Developed tools and matrix for financial & economic analysis, project appraisal, vendor qualification for EE street lighting projects; 
  • Guidance on designing capacity building programs;
  • Researched and developed case studies on EE street lighting projects in India and internationally;
  • Drafted a manual incorporating above contents for implementation of energy efficient street lighting projects
  • Organized and conducted a study tour for key Indian ULB heads to South Korea and Thailand to facilitate information exchange on EE Street lighting activities internationally. Identified relevant projects and agencies in South Korea and Thailand, coordinated with the agencies and managed trip logistics. Led the Indian delegation and facilitated interactions.
  • Assisted EESL in planning and coordinating the Global Conference on Street Lighting. Prepared and disseminated conference proceedings.

Project Name

Design of Detailed Project Reports for Manipur and Jharkhand for implementation of RE & EE Pilots

Name of Client

UNDP

Country

India

Project Location within country

Jharkhand & Manipur State

Source of Financing

UNDP

Length of Consultancy Assignment

Start Date

September 2015

Completion Date

November 2015

Detailed Narrative Description of Project:

UNDP and MOEF&CC were assisting the states of Manipur and Jharkhand in the design of four pilot projects so as to undertake mitigation and adaptation activities in-line with their “State Action Plan on Climate Change”. IIEC was engaged by UNDP for the preparation of detailed project proposals for the implementation of priority strategies of SAPCCs. IIEC was responsible for identifying key thematic areas for the preparation of detailed project proposals covering mitigation and adaptation sectors. It developed two strong proposals one each for mitigation and adaptation sectors in Jharkhand & Manipur states (overall four proposals) with a view to showcase the actual implementation of SAPCCs. As part of the project IIEC was involved in engaging the state-level stakeholders, identification of innovative techniques and practices for mitigation and adaptation activities, conducting feasibility studies and technical assessments for specific pilots, build the capacity of state-level Government agencies and the local communities.

Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:
•  Engaged with state-level stakeholders;
•  Identified innovative techniques and practices for mitigation and adaptation activities;
•  Conducted feasibility studies and technical assessments for specific pilots;
•  Collated state-level data for the identified pilots for developing the implementation plan;
•  Developed two adaptation and two mitigation detailed project projects each for the state of Manipur and Jharkhand.

Project Name

Demand-Side Energy Efficiency Investment Project

Name of Client

ADB

Country

India

Project Location within country

India

Source of Financing

ADB

Length of Consultancy Assignment

Start Date

May 2016

Completion Date

June 2017

Detailed Narrative Description of Project:
The project aims to support demand-side energy efficiency investments in several Indian states. IIEC is responsible for assessing the performance of Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL)’s existing portfolio, the potential to achieve the desired results through the projects planned under the ADB investment and to assess the scope for refining the project process.

Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:

  • Assess the sector development plan, the institutional capacity to implement the plan, and the policy environment to support the plan and their adequacy to meet the priority development needs of the sector.
  • Evaluate EESL’s current portfolio, including actual performance against projected gains and the potential for scaling.
  • Assess the potential for scaling within each of the business lines of EESL’s ESCO operations and the readiness and sustainability of each in light of the proposed use of the ADB loan.
  • Evaluate EESL’s current project due to the diligence process with respect to baseline estimation, approach to estimating energy savings, and ensuring effective use and efficiency gains during the project period.
  • Evaluate the potential leakage and sustainability of the initiatives.
  • Estimate the estimated energy savings from the ADB loan and consequent benefits to the power sector.
  • Evaluate the potential to add other EE initiatives to the individual project scope.
  • Review project criteria and recommend improvements to ensure maximum effectiveness and sustainability.
  • Develop a monitoring and evaluation framework to assist EESL in tracking the subprojects, as well as in reporting on the performance indicators in the design and monitoring framework.