DSM-Activities-as-on-November-2014-1

Report
DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT
(DSM)
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Establishment of DSM Centre:
• For the first time in India, BESCOM started Demand Side Management
activity on 05.11.2007, vide General Manager(Tech), BESCOM Order
No. DSM/F-1/2007-08 dtd: 08.02.2008.
• M/s. International Institute for Energy Conservation(IIEC), Washington
were consultants for BESCOM.
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• Demand Side Management is a mechanism to influence customer’s
CAPABILITY and WILLINGNESS to reduce electricity consumption.
•
Demand Side Management is a utility program aiming to fine-tune
consumer’s energy consumption pattern, according to the utility’s
energy production and distribution capacity.
•
Demand Side Management (DSM) programs consist of the planning,
implementing and monitoring activities of electric utility that are
designed to encourage consumers to modify their level and pattern of
electricity usage.
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•
Demand Side Management relies on a combination of using high
efficiency equipment and efficient use of electricity through good
operating practice.
•
Demand-Side Management (DSM) is the implementation of policies and
measures which serve to control, influence and generally reduce electricity
demand.
• DSM aims to improve final electricity-using systems, reduce consumption,
while preserving the same level of service and comfort.
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OBJECTIVES OF DSM
1. Reliability and Stability:
 DSM provides enhanced reliability to the energy system by reducing
overall demand through energy efficiency and by reducing peak demand
through dispatchable programs.
 It also reduces transmission and distribution costs relative to a supply side
resource.
 DSM increases diversity of energy sources.
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OBJECTIVES OF DSM
2. Low Cost and Affordability:
 The cost of DSM is technology specific and varies relative to other
supply side resources.
 Dispatchable DSM programs can be called when their cost is lower
than alternative market purchases.
 Cost-effective resource planning can ensure that DSM is only
procured upto the point where it is cheaper than supply alternatives.
 DSM can also help low-income customers reduce their energy
costs.
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Following three factors reduce energy consumption(kWh) and peak
demand (kW), however, emphasis differs
i.
Energy Efficiency – emphasis is on reducing overall energy
consumption and also peak demand over several years.
ii.
Peak Load Management – emphasis is on reducing peak demand
consistently over a season.
iii. Demand Response – emphasis is on reducing peak demand for
short periods of time for a few days during the year.
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Operational Metrics
BESCOM Load Curve
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1. BESCOM Efficient Lighting Program (BELP):
A Pilot Project was undertaken during 2005-06 for the first time in India under
USAID in Bangalore city as desired by BEE, MoP. M/s. International Institute
for Energy Conservation (IIEC), Washington were consultants for BESCOM.
CFL Purchase Options:
Under this scheme consumers were encouraged to purchase CFLs directly from
suppliers or from BESCOM on a monthly instalment basis paid through electricity
bills.
Benefits derived:
Estimated that about 1.81 Lakhs additional CFLs were sold during the scheme
implementation.
About 100% increase in sales of CFLs was observed compares to the previous year
which resulted in:
 Reduction in residential demand to an extent of 10.46MWs.
 This Pilot Project encouraged in formulation of Bachat Lamp Yojana in the country. It
enforced manufacturers to give one year warranty to the customers. This scheme lead
to regulation stipulating a minimum power factor of 0.85 for CFLs.
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a. Bachat Lamp Yojana Scheme :• Bachat Lamp Yojana, a scheme to promote replacement of
CFLs in the place of incandescent lamps under CDM project
promoted by MoP, GoI, was implemented during 2011.
• The difference amount of CFL cost to be obtained by the
implementing agency through CDM in the form of trading
CERs.
• M/s. HPL Socomac Private Lt., Bangalore-560 001, was
entrusted for two rural Circles namely Bangalore rural Circle
and Kolar Circle covering 4 districts vide GM (Proc),
BESCOM order no. BC-51/F-485/08-09 dated: 22.05.2010.
A total no. of 37,01,368 CFLs were distributed during 2011
as detailed are shown below:
Lot
No.
Name of the Project Area
Apprx. No. of household
consumers (beneficiaries)
1
Bangalore Rural Circle
6,32,990
2
Kolar Circle
4,43,172
Total
10,76,162
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The Salient features of the scheme are as follows:
i.
The warranty period shall not be less than 18 months from the date of
fixing of CFL to the household.
ii. The power factor shall not be less than 0.85
iii. Free replacement of fused distributed CFLs within two years for 6000
hour CFLs and within three years for 10,000 hour lamps during the
life of the CDM project. It will be the responsibility of the successful
firm for collection of fused CFLs through buy-back scheme and
arrangements for their safe disposal as per environmental guidelines.
iv. A maximum of 4 CFLs shall be replaced in exchange of an
incandescent lamp (ICL) at a cost of INR 15 per house hold. These
CFLs shall be compliant with the existing National Regulations in
force viz. IS-15111:2012 (As per BEE and BLY guidelines)
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Details of no. of CFLs distributed under BLY scheme
S
L.
N
o.
Division
1
2
3
1
31.08.2011
Da
te
H/H as
per
corporate
office
BESCO
M
H/H as
per subdivision
office
BESCO
M
Total H/H
visited
responded
and not
responded
due to
premises
locked for
other reasons
H/H
Distributed
11 Watt
18 Watt
Total
CFLs
Remarks
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
KOLAR
182784
161965
154464
144356
76125
428858
504983
Completed on
30.06.2011
2
KGF
196022
168459
159555
152429
79510
490527
570037
Completed on
30.06.2011
3
CHIKKABALL
APURA
199534
175385
143812
134228
55031
462756
517787
Completed on
30.08.2011
TOTAL KOLAR
CIRCLE
578340
505809
457831
448247
210666
1382141
1592807
1
RAMANAGAR
239718
183841
156587
138665
102150
444211
546361
Completed on
19.08.2011
2
YELAHANKA
199534
159964
147674
133910
52225
470025
522250
Completed on
26.08.2011
3
CHANDAPUR
A
145696
147884
143451
133016
52925
469825
522750
Completed on
31.08.2011
4
NELEMANGA
LA
244491
207898
150046
134154
51520
465680
517200
Completed on
31.08.2011
829439
699587
597758
557667
258820
1849741
2108561
1407779
1205396
1055589
1005914
469486
3231882
3701368
TOTAL BNAGALORE
RURAL CIRCLE
TOTAL
2. Agricultural Demand Side Management Programme:
a. BESCOM EFFICIENT IRRIGATION PUMP SETS PROGRAM (BEIPP),
a pilot Project was conducted during 2005-06 for the first time in the
country as follows:
 Innovative BESCOM Efficient Irrigation Pump Sets Program (BEIPP) scheme
was launched, supported by International Copper Promotion Council (India).
 M/s. International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC), Washington were
consultants for BESCOM.
 The official suppliers were (selected through tender)
i. M/s Kirloskar Brothers Ltd
ii. M/s KSB Pumps Ltd
iii. M/s Crompton Greaves Ltd
 A total number of 1074 nos of submersible pump sets were replaced by
Energy Efficient IP Sets under the scheme.
 Manufacturers offered a warranty of 18 months for pump and offered
attractive rates for energy efficient IP sets.
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b. Agriculture Demand Side Management, WENEXA-USAID
 On 06.07.2009, BESCOM launched Distribution Reform Upgrades
Management (DRUM) project, Water and Energy Nexus Activity phase II
(WENEXA II) both conducted under the aegis of India’s Ministry of Power
(MoP) and United States International Development Agency (USAID) /
India.
 The DRUM project established a pilot site at Doddaballapur to help
BESCOM, create of excellence which will serve as a model to be scaled up
and replicated else where.
 Electricity used for irrigation pumps is highly inefficient with pump
efficiencies of 30% and less. However, farmers are unwilling to invest in
these improvements because the present tariff regime does not provide
financial incentive to do so. Therefore, BESCOM has designed and
implemented an integrated system improvement and demand side
management.
 Hence, BESCOM planned an initiative called replacing inefficient irrigation
pump sets by high efficient pump sets on HVDS feeders at Doddaballapur
Sub-Division as a pilot project.
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 M/s ENZEN Global Solutions, an ESCO was engaged for replacement of
existing IP sets in Doddaballapura on 11KV feeders under USAID - WENEXA.
This ESCO Agriculture Demand Side Management model was designed by
BESCOM in association with USAID-PA Consulting.
 This pilot is the first of its kind in India to undertake Agriculture Demand Side
Management under ESCO model.
 A total number of 277 inefficient Pump sets at metered locations in
Doddballapura Sub-Division were replaced by High Energy Efficient Pump Sets.
 BESCOM has saved 5.37 Million units (35%) from this project between April
2011 to September 2014 at Doddaballapura.
 BESCOM was able to successfully establish a system of appointing ESCO and
has been awarded with “National Power Award-2009” under category
“ENERGY EFFICIENCY, CONSERVATION AND DEMAND SIDE
MANAGEMENT” for Agriculture Demand Side Management initiative.
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 A contract agreement was signed on 07.08.2013 between BESCOM and M/S.
Energy Efficient Service Ltd., a joint venture company of public sector units
(PSU’s) of Ministry of Power, New Delhi for Agriculture Demand side
Management i.e., for preparation of DPR to replace one lakh nos. of less
efficient IP sets by highly efficient pump sets without any financial
commitment to BESCOM as follows:
Sl.
No.
Name of the district
Taluk selected for
preparation of DPR
1
2
3
4
5
Tumkur
Chikkaballapura
Ramanagara
Davanagere
Kolar
Pavagada
Bagepally
Kanakapura
Channagiri
Mulabagilu
13,864
15,903
18,371
22,966
17,197
6
Chitradurga
Molakalmuru
12,102
Total for BESCOM Area
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
No. of pump sets
to be replaced
1,00,403
On 14.02.2014, M/s. EESL has submitted a DPR for Pavagada taluk for replacing 10,673 nos.
of IP sets along with terms & conditions for its implementation. M/s. EESL, claimed to
achieve an energy savings of 31.49% in this project.
M/s. EESL has been requested to prepare a baseline for one complete year by recording the
consumption data of DTC meter for review and consideration with EESL and ESCOMs.
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3. Government of Karnataka has issued the notification no:
EN 396 NCE 2006 dtd: 13.11.2007 wherein the solar water
heating system is mandatory for categories of buildings
mentioned below:
i. Industries where hot water is required for processing or
for auxiliary purposes.
ii. Hospitals and Nursing homes including government
hospitals.
iii. Jail Barracks, Canteens.
iv. Housing complex set up by Group housing societies/
housing boards/other developers.
v. All residential buildings with built-up area of 600
Sq.feet and above constructed on sites measuring 1200
Sq.feet and above falling within the limits of
Municipalities/Corporations
and
Bangalore
Development Authority sectors.
vi. All Government buildings/Residential schools/All
educational institutions/Technical/Vocational Education
Institutions/ All training institutions/ Hostels/ Tourism
complexes/ Universities/ Community centers/ Kalyana
Mantapas where facility for stay is provided.
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Mandatory use of Compact Florescent Lamp (CFL) in
Government Buildings / Government aided
Institutions/Boards/Corporations:
 The use of incandescent lamps in all new buildings/
institutions constructed in Government Aided Sector/
Board and Corporation / Autonomous bodies is
banned with immediate effect.
 It will be mandatory that in existing buildings the
defective incandescent lamps when replaced would be
replaced by only compact florescent lamps (CFL).
 Power utilities will affect necessary modification in
the load demand notices within two months time from
the date of issue of this order to promote the use of
Compact Florescent Lamps instead of conventional
bulbs
while
releasing/
sanctioning
new
connections/loads.
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 Mandatory use of ISI marked motor pump sets, Power
capacitor, Foot/Reflex valves in Agriculture Sector:
For all new tube well connection the use of ISI marked pump
sets and accessories will be mandatory. All ESCOMs and
KPTCL will make the amendments in the load demand
notices for tube well connections within two months from the
date of issue of this order to ensure use of only ISI marked
pumps in the state.
 Promotion Of Energy Efficient Building Design:
All the new buildings to be constructed in the Government/
Government Aided Sectors will incorporate energy efficient
building design concepts including Renewable Energy
Technologies with effect from one year from the date of issue
of this order.
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 The Public Works Department will ensure the incorporation of energy efficient
building concept in all buildings to be constructed in future in the Government
/Government Aided sector. A committee shall be formed in the Public works
Department to examine all new building plans/drawing to be constructed in the
Government / Government Aided Sector to ensure that all the features of the
Energy Efficient design concepts have been incorporated in these.
 The Public Works Department will designate a nodal officer for coordination and
monitoring of these measures who will report the progress in this regard to the
Managing Director, Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited.
- By order and in the name of Governor of Karnataka
-Sd/Suresh.B.Krishnappanavar
Under Secretary to Government,
Energy Department.
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4. Solar Water Heaters:
 Government of Karnataka has issued Order No :
EN396/NCE2006 dtd:13.11.2007 for the use of Solar Water
Heaters as mandatory for the buildings constructed in sites
measuring more than 1200 sq.ft area.
 Circulars and instructions have been issued to the field officers
to educate and bring in awareness about the advantage of
installing Solar Water Heating systems as per above circular.
 Notification No. KERC/COS/D/07/10 dtd:01.07.2010
published in Karnataka Gazette dtd: 22.07.2010.
 A rebate of 50 paise per unit of electricity consumed subject
to a maximum of Rs.50/- per installation per month will be
allowed to Tariff schedule LT 2(a), if solar water heater are
installed and used. Where bulk solar water heating system is
installed, solar water heater rebate shall be allowed to each of
the individual installations, provided that, the capacity of solar
water heater in such apartment/group housing shall be a
minimum capacity of 100 Ltr. Per household.
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 Regarding the installation of Solar Water Heaters, the following directions are
issued as per Circular No: BESCOM/BC-9/1554/2010-11 dtd: 20.08.2010.
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
Area of the Rooftop in Sq.ft
1200 Sq.ft-1500 Sq.ft
1501 Sq.ft-2400 Sq.ft
2401 Sq.ft and above
(Dwelling unit)
Recommended capacity of
Solar Water Heater in Ltrs
200 Ltrs
300 Ltrs
100 Ltrs per one house
(can be installed in Bulk)
 The public are being enlightened on this in various forums especially in
Janasamparka Sabhas, Customer meets etc., We have also instructed the Meter
Readers and the Linemen who are visiting the customer premises during the meter
readings and while attending to the customer complaints to explain about the
advantages of Solar Water Heating systems in the form of saving energy and
consequential reduction in the electricity bills.
 We have issued strict directions to the field officers to adhere to the notifications
issued regarding mandatory use of Solar Water Heating systems by the customers as
per the guidelines of Government of Karnataka.
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5. Lifestyle change approach to Best Energy Conservation Practices- a pilot
by M/s CSD :
•
M/s. Centre for Sustainable Development were engaged for bringing in
awareness among residential / commercial customers for adoption of Energy
Efficient methods in their daily lifestyle as a pilot project in Brigade Road,
M.G. Road, Residency Road and Halasur.
•
About 1601 customers have participated in this project.
•
M/s CSD have submitted the final report and the results are encouraging which
indicate a saving of an average 8-10% of energy by all participating customers
in this scheme.
•
This pilot is the first of its kind in India conducted by a public utility using an
NGO.
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5.
6. Replacement of Copper Chokes by Electronic
Ballast:
•
BESCOM has undertaken replacement of existing
Copper chokes in Fluorescent tube light fittings of
BESCOM buildings by energy efficient electronic
ballast through M/s. KEONICS a State
Government undertaking.
•
During 2011– 2012, BESCOM has replaced 5,298
nos. of existing 50 Watts copper ballast by 28
Watts electronic ballast chokes (with 8 years
warranty period) in various BESCOM building at
a cost of Rs. 66.90 lakhs.
•
This resulted in saving of energy to the tune of
0.35 million units per year considering average
usage of TL fittings of 10 hours per day for 25
days in a month.
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Usage of LED lamps in Corporate Office, BESCOM

BESCOM undertook replacement of existing tube lights and CFLs vide order No.
BESCOM/BC-51/3410/11-12/2135 Dated:22.03.2012 amounting for Rs.5,35,344/as follows:
Sl. 2*18W LED Light in place of 2*36W Qty
No CFL in 2'*2' fixture with Milky Acrylic
sheet for Recess mount with SMD
.
LEDs. Lumen output:3000 Lumens
Unit
Rate
in Rs.
Amount
in Rs.
1
47 Nos
3,440/-
1,61,680/-
28 Nos
7,200/-
2,01,600/-
44 Nos
1,500/-
66,000/-
32 Nos
1,260/-
40,320/-
2
3
4
9 W LED Tube Light in place of 18 W T8/14W-T5
cool white light Retrofit at existing 2 feet fixture with
SMD LEDs. Lumen output :800 Lumens
2*18 W LED Light in place of 2*36 W CFL in 2'*2'
fixture with Milky Acrylic sheet for Recess mount with
SMD LEDs. Lumen output :3000 Lumens
9 W LED Tube Light in place of 18 W T8/14W-T5
cool white light Retrofit at existing 2 feet fixture with
SMD LEDs. Lumen output :800 Lumens
2*18 W LED Light in place of 2*36 W CFL in 2'*2'
fixture with Milky Acrylic sheet for Recess mount with
SMD LEDs. Lumen output :3000 Lumens
Sub-Total 4,69,600/VAT 14% 65,744/Total Rs. 5,35,344/26
5. Time of Day Tariff:






TOD Tariff is applicable to HT 2(a)(i) & HT2 (b) category.
KERC has decided to make Time of Day Tariff compulsory for HT2(a) and HT2(b)
consumers with a contract demand of 500 KVA and above.
Further, the optional ToD would continue as existing earlier for HT2(a) and HT2(b)
consumers with contract demand of less than 500 KVA.
Also, the ToD for HT1 consumers on optional basis would continue as existing earlier.
Details of TOD tariff are indicated under the respective tariff category.
BESCOM has replaced all the 1278 no.s of ToD feature meters for HT2(a) and HT2(b)
consumers with a contract demand of 500 KVA and above as on 30th September 2012.
TOD tariff applicable to LT5(a) & (b): At the option of the consumer as
follows.
Time of Day
Increase (+) / reduction (-) in energy
charges over the normal tariff
applicable
22.00 Hrs to 06.00 Hrs
(-) 125 paise per unit
06.00 Hrs to 18.00 Hrs
0
18.00 Hrs to 22.00 Hrs
(+) 100 paise per unit
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12. NIRANTHARA JYOTHI SCHEME:

Niranthara Jyothi project is a prestigious scheme of Government of Karnataka
intends to provide 24 hrs 3phase power supply to non agricultural loads like
domestic, commercial, watersupply, street light, rural industries etc. .in rural areas
by segregating the agricultural loads, which is a boon to the rural economy.
objectives:
Reduction in distribution transformer failures
• Increase in metered sales
• Reduction in technical losses
• Improved load management
• Improves standard of living in rural areas.
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Stages of implementation:

A pilot project on Niranthara Jyothi Scheme was undertaken in 2011 at Malur in
Kolar district covering 272 villages by drawing 10 new 11 KV feeders at a cost of
Rs. 18.67 crores.
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12.a. Stages of implementation of Niranthara Jyothi scheme
(as part of DSM activity)
Details of Physical and financial progress of Niranthara Jyothi Scheme (As on
10.12.2014)
Phase
Total
taluks
covered
Total no. of
11kV feeders
proposed
Total no. of
11kV feeders
commissioned
Total
DPR
cost in
Crs.
Total financial
progress
achieved in
Crs.
I
20
271
271
356.04
304.48
II
25
285
191
385.71
332.73
III
45
556
462
741.75
637.21
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1. Implementation of Solar Rooftop PV Programme in
BESCOM:

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) on 10.10.2013 in its
order on Determination of Tariff for Grid Connected Solar Roof Top power
plants has fixed following Tariff :
Rs. 9.56 per unit (without subsidy) &
Rs. 7.20 per unit (with MNRE subsidy)

On Net Metering basis with a tenure of Power purchase agreement up to 25
years.
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The Government of Karnataka has announced the Solar policy 2014-21 for
grid connected solar rooftop system under net-metering basis on 22.05.2014
and set up an SRTPV Target of 100 MWs per year from the year 2014-15 to
2017-2018.
For BESCOM application on grid Connectivity, KERC approved guidelines,
timelines and standard format of Application, Power Purchase Agreement and
other formats for SRTPV plants on 19.09.2014.
Technical Workshop:
 One day workshop at Bangalore on 09.10.2014 was arranged for a
discussion on Solar Rooftop PV Programme where in lot of Technical
issues were deliberated.
 Chairman and Members of KERC, Addl. Chief Secretary to Govt, Energy
Department, MD’s of KREDL, MESCOM, CESC, GESCOM, HESCOM,
CEI, and Engineers deputed from ESCOMs, along with Experts from
GERMI, USAID Agency were participated in the discussions.
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
On 07.11.2014 Hon’ble Minister for Energy, GoK, Sri. D.K Shivakumar has
launched grid connected Solar Rooftop programme (On Net metering basis)
in BESCOM Which was extended to entire Karnataka State.

Under this facility, the consumers can setup solar PV plants at unutilized
places on rooftops of buildings of individual households, industries, offices,
institutions, residential complexes, etc..

The grid connected rooftop solar photovoltaic power generation plants from
1kWp to 1MWp capacity per project/system to generate electricity/power
would be eligible under the Programme.


The programme is being implemented in Urban and Rural Areas as well.
The programme encourages installation of rooftop solar photovoltaic power
generation plant for self-consumption as well as supply/sale of electricity to
the grid.
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a. Installation of 50kwp. Solar RTPV grid
connected power plant in the premises of
Corporate Office, BESCOM, Bangalore (as a
Pilot scheme to promote large scale grid
connected rooftop solar photovoltaic projects
in Bangalore):


Scope of Work: Detailed Work Award has been issued
for design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing,
commissioning including warranty operation and
maintenance for a period of two years for providing
and installation of 50 kWp Solar RTPV grid connected
power plant in the premises of Corporate Office,
Block-II, BESCOM, Bangalore (as a pilot project) to
promote grid connected Solar rooftop PV project in
BESCOM vide No: BESCOM/BC-51/3409/201213/CYS-09 dtd: 30.06.2014.
Progress: The installation is serviced on 07.11.2014 on
trial basis. The total generation as on 18.12.2014 is
7648 units.
Before
After
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b. Pilot installations of Solar RTPV grid connected
power plant at various locations of Bangalore city:



11 no.s of Solar RTPV system installations were identified for
pilot study.
Out of which 8 installations are serviced dulyexecuting the
power purchase agreements..
.
c. Installation and Commissioning of Solar RTPV grid
connected power plant at various locations of Bangalore
city:

20 no.s of offices at various locations are identified in BMAZ area
for Installation and Commissioning of Solar RTPV grid connected
power plant on net metering basis.

Preparation of DPR is under progress.
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2. Vidhyuth Jagruthi Yojane:
“Vidhyuth Jagruthi Yojane”, an awareness program introduced for school
children to bring in awareness among the children. Work award has been issued
to M/s TERI for the work of “Design and implementation of conducting energy
efficiency measures and demand side management awareness activities in
selected 100 schools in Bangalore Urban/Rural District and to sensitize
approximate fifty thousand students and to bring down energy consumption on
contract period of two academic years”.
The agency has to collect RR Nos. of selected schools and from fifty thousand
students (preferably). The agency has to achieve 5.2 MU of energy saving for
two academic years.
Objectives of the project :
• To reduce real time energy consumption in schools and households
• To establish energy resource classrooms and energy clubs in schools
• To implement school specific –energy savings programme to ensure project
sustainability
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Awareness Programme on Energy Efficiency
Real time Energy Savings in School
2015-16
2014-15
2015-16
2014-15
Based on Energy Audit
Knowledge workshop for students
Investment Plan for
School after consultation
with school
Suggestion
Teachers
3 Workshops / year
Students
Parents
100 Program /year
3 workshops / year
Appox. 8-9 months
Incentive sharing
One Workshop/ Intra School Competition
Avg 10 WS per month
Energy ambassadors
Leadership training
Program
Formation of Energy Clubs
After completion of 100
Program
One Inter School
Program
Essay, Poster &
Painting competition
Prize distribution at the end of the
project
Energy Champion
Best performing school award
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3. DSM based LED Programme (DELP) :DELP uses the BLY methodology and monetizes the energy saving accrued as a result of
replacement of 4 nos. of 60W inefficient incandescent lamps by 7W LED lamps. The
programme is being implemented through M/s EESL.
The cost differential shall be recovered through savings in peak power procurement by
the distribution utility.
Distribution of 4 LEDs to each households at Rs.25/- per lamp on getting back working
ICLs.
Progress: Survey for 3 circles (Davanagere, Tumkur and Ramanagara) is completed and
its evaluation is under progress. The sample survey is taken for 582 consumers out of
17,76,582 households.
4. Belaku Yojana scheme :Belaku Yojana scheme, an initiative by Government of Karnataka, aims at large scale
replacement of 2 no. of Incandescent lamps with 2 no. of CFLs for Anthyodaya Anna
Yojane (AAY) households. KREDL is the nodal agency for implementing the scheme.
KREDL has to procure 10.45 lakhs of CFL bulbs to distribute for AAY beneficiaries. The
period of the scheme is for 6 months.
Progress: KREDL allotted 1,46,760 no. of CFLs to BESCOM division-wise vide letter
no.: KREDL/03/BY/2014-15/5138, dated:02.12.2014.
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5. Load Research
programme:
Survey
under
Capacity
Building
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency has launched a programme for
capacity building of DISCOMS based on the dialogue with Forum
of Regulators (FOR) and provisions of the National Electricity
Policy. The objective of the programme is capacity building of
DISCOMS for load management, energy conservation, load
growth programme, Development of DSM action plan and
implementation of DSM activities. An MOU is signed between
BEE and BESCOM on 15.05.2014.
Progress: Sample Survey is under progress in all the O&M circles
of BESCOM for about 1400 customers of various categories.
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6. Surya Raitha Scheme:
Arranging power supply to IP sets with solar RTPV panels as a pilot
project in BESCOM:
BESCOM has initiated to arrange power supply to 250 no.s of IP sets of
Harobele 11kV feeder of Kanakapura sub-division on pilot basis.
Survey and Preparation of DPR is under progress.
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7. Providing advertisements on energy savings through Digital
Display Infotainment System (DDIS) at railway reservation
counters:
BESCOM has initiated to advertise DSM measures through DDIS system
coming under jurisdiction of BESCOM at Railway reservation/ticketing
counters through LED TV screen spread in all the major passenger reservation
systems (PRS) and un-reserved ticketing systems (UTS) Railway stations for a
period of one year. Work award has been issued to M/s Vyoma Technologies.
Progress: Advertisement is progressing successfully at all 120 nos. of railway
reservation centers in BESCOM area from 18.06.2014.
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8. Distribution Energy Efficiency Project (DEEP) by providing
Dynamic Reactive Compensation (DRC) for power factor
improvement scheme on 11 kV feeders:
BESCOM has proposed to implement Distribution Energy Efficiency Project
(DEEP) by providing Dynamic Reactive Compensation (DRC) for power factor
improvement scheme on selected 11 kV feeders on pilot basis. DEEP system
consists of Multifunction Measurement and Control unit (MFM), GSM/GPRS
modem, capacitors, capacitor-duty contractors, isolation transformers and
associated. The DEEP systems address the following functional need:
 DTR metering towards energy audit and accounting.
 Dynamic Reactive Compensation to improve power factor to > 0.95 lag &< 1.0 for all
normal operating conditions of DT towards line loss reduction.
 Programmable threshold limit alerts to eliminate DT burnouts due to overloading.
 Load balancing opportunity towards enhanced performance.
A pilot project consisting of 1x25 KVA, 1x63 KVA and 1x100 KVA is
implemented through EESL (M/s OAS, Chennai) on F-6 feeder of
Thenganayakanahalli of 66/11 kV V.R.Doddi substation of Sathnur (O&M) subdivision in Kanakapura division.
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9. Solar Water Heaters:

No. of Solar Water Heating Systems installed
follows:
in BESCOM are as
2008-09
: 6,187
2009-10
: 47,218
2010-11
: 52,491
2011-12
: 72,084
2012-13
: 95,819
2013-14
: 72,945
2014-15 (Upto Nov-14): 48,649
Total
: 3,95,393
Energy savings
*Annual Energy savings for 3,95,393 no.s of
SWH
Per day Energy savings for 3,95,393 no.s of
SWH
577.27 MU
1.5 MU
* By considering avg 2kWs for 2 hrs per day per SWH for 365 days.
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10. Providing timer switches to the street lights and Smart
Energy saver units:
BESCOM has requested BBMP and other local municipalities to install timer
switches to street lights resulting in energy savings and reduces evening peak
hour load on grid. Also requested to provide Smart Energy Saver Units so as
to reduce energy cost of monthly electric bill and energy savings in peak hours
and to get good impression from public.
Some of the salient features of Smart energy saver units are:
• It regulates voltage upto 230V, power factor correction upto 0.97 and
protects burning of meter and cable due to over voltage during night hours.
• It can be centralized & monitored remoting through satellite, auto ‘ON and
OFF’ facility energy savings upto 20%.
• Funds can be shared by BEE, for implementation.
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11. Providing timer switches to the street lights and Smart
Energy saver units as on November - 2014:
The status of timer switches provided to street lights in BESCOM area is as
follows:
Sl.
No.
Zone
1
2
3
BMAZ
BRAZ
CTAZ
Grand Total
No. of
Str.light ckt.
Existing as
on Oct - 14
No.of timer
No.of timer
No. of timer switches in
switches not
switches
working
in working
fixed as on
condition
condition as
Oct - 14
as on Oct –
on Oct - 14
14
Balance no.
of timer
switches to
be fixed
19468
14472
12034
2438
7434
18162
70
411
301
14844
18516
137
76
61
14122
56146
14679
12521
2800
36400
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12. Energy Auditing:
BESCOM has initiated to energy audit of Block-I and II of
Corporate Office, K.R.Circle, Bangalore. Preparation of DPR is
under progress.
13. Earth Hour:
Earth Hour was observed on 29.03.2014 by switching of power
supply for one hour between 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm. In the SCADA
system, it is observed that there was drop in load of around 42
MW during Earth Hour which works out to be 42,000 units of
energy saved.
14. National Energy Conservation Day:
Energy National Energy Conservation day was celebrated on 12th
to 14th December 2014 through Radio Jingles vide order no.:
BESCOM/BC-9/652/2014-15/6991-93, dtd: 09.12.2014.
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15.Involvement of BBMP:BBMP was requested to reduce energy consumption in street lights, hoardings and
parks etc.
•
BESCOM is insisting on BBMP and Bangalore Metropolitan Area Zone for fixing automatic
timer switches to street light circuits as mandatory. Studies show the usage of electronic timer
switches saves energy upto 30%. And also it ensures timely switching streetlight circuits ON at 6
PM and switching off at 6 AM exactly.
•
To switch ON the street lights just at the dusk i.e. 6.30 pm and switch OFF just before the sunrise
i.e. by 5.30 am (During summer).
•
To switch OFF lights (except for security lighting) in parks and gardens immediately after exit of
public in the evenings i.e., by 8.00 pm.
•
To take action for reduction of 50% of power in respect of hoardings, boards and advertising
illuminations. (Make provision for dimmers to lighting after 10 PM or to switch off after 10 PM).
•
Make provision for dimmers, for street lights and put them on 3 phases in such a manner that
alternative street lights are ON in different phases with a facility to switch off the lights whenever
required.
•
To switch off 1/3rd of the street lights on high masts after 10.00pm.
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16. Involvement of Hoardings and Advertising Agencies:
• To Switch OFF illumination on hoardings not given to the clients.
• By using energy efficient lighting & dimming hoarding lighting after
10 PM/ Switching OFF illumination after 10.00 pm.
• Reduce 1/3rd of the illumination.
• To use LEDs for illumination.
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17. Involvement of Commercial Establishments:
( By advertising through Doordarshan, ATR, Documentary Films,
Hoardings etc.,)
• To reduce lighting illumination by 25%.
• Non usage of more decorative lights.
• To reduce usage of Air conditioning.
• Stoppage of downward escalators during peak hours.
• To reduce hoarding lights.
• To reduce lights in car parking area and passage area.
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18.
Energy Awareness Program:
• Energy Awareness programs are being conducted regularly on the
following issues :
•
•
•
•
•
•
Necessity of energy saving and energy conservation.
Benefit of using energy efficient appliances.
Use of 5 star rated CFLs / LEDs.
Use of Solar Water Heaters.
Do’s and Don’ts
Climate change – reduction of Carbon print.
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19.
•
Energy savings Awareness Program:
Communication Modes Utilized:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Advertisements in News papers, Magazines, Souvenir etc.
Through stalls.
On Hoardings, Bus shelters.
Jingles in Doordarshan, AIR, Big FM etc.
Posters, Pamphlets, Brochures, Car Stickers etc.
Through Customer Interaction Meetings by Section Officers / Sub Division
officers with Grama Panchayath and Zilla Parishat offices.
• Through Interaction meetings at Taluk development / District development
meetings.
• One day workshop was arranged on 09.10.2014 to all ESCOMs regarding
implementation of solar rooftop PV generation programme.
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Appreciation and Awards
 BESCOM has been awarded with “National Power Award-2009” under category
“ENERGY EFFICIENCY, CONSERVATION AND DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT”
for Agriculture Demand Side Management initiative.
 BESCOM has bagged the “BCIC Energy Efficiency & Conservation award-2010” and a
certificate for the most innovative Energy Efficiency and Conservation measures in
BESCOM issued by Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka.
 BESCOM has bagged the Karnataka’s “Chief Minister’s Ratna Award-2009” for best
performance during 2009-10 among the public sector undertaking.
 BESCOM has been adjudged as best public utility to showcase their performance through
a stall at “India Manufacturing Show-2010” with an award.
 BESCOM has been awarded with the prestigious “3rd India Power Award-2010” for
“DRUM Project” under the category “Innovation in Design and Execution of project”.
 BESCOM has awarded for the achievements in Energy Conservation in the
Electricity Distribution Companies Sector for the year 2014 under
“National Energy Conservation Award”.
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