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ENERGY AWARDS 2019

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Young and Emerging Leaders in Energy Efficiency

India is one of the largest economies and the 2nd most populous country in the world. Since the last few years, India, based on its growing economic and demographic prowess, has steadily been emerging as one of the economic giants of the world. Over the last five years, India's GDP has grown at an average rate of about 6-7%, and its energy consumption has increased at a similar rate to meet the ever-increasing energy demand for sustaining economic growth.

Today, India is at a certain stage of economic development where increase in energy demand is inevitable, and this increasing demand is resulting in a significant stress on the existing resource pool and government spending. This economic development is coupled with rapid industrialization & urbanization where the demand of energy has just taken off and would only further accelerate. In case of primary energy consumption, in 2012, India was the third largest energy consumer in the world, with 809 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent (Mtoe) in 2018, which is 1.75 times more than the energy consumption of Africa . India is also heavily dependent on imports for meeting its energy demands and this is one of the concern areas for energy security.

It has been almost two decades since the enactment of the Energy Conservation Act and the effective result of the implementation can be inferred from the trend of decreasing energy intensity. A report by IEA on India Energy Outlook mentioned that the efforts by the Government of India have prevented 6% of additional energy use in 2017, which means that the Energy Conservation Act has provided the necessary stimulus to the ongoing energy conservation and efficiency efforts.

However, more ambitious efforts are required by various stakeholders to achieve climate change goals set under the Paris Agreement, and energy efficiency is a key lever to achieve these goals.

The National Awards for Excellence in Energy Management is instituted by CII, to catalyze significant and innovative practices in the energy efficiency sector, for facilitating an energy efficient and sustainable growth of the Indian industry. With these awards, CII aims to recognize efforts by industries for their outstanding achievements and implementing new and innovative energy efficiency measures.

Award Flow


Key Dates
  • Announcement/Inviting applications for the awards – Open from 2nd July 2019
  • Last date for submitting the applications – 16th August 2019.
  • Announcement of shortlisted Candidates – 20th August 2019.
  • Interview of shortlisted candidates on their achievements during 3-day event, including award function in Hyderabad – 16-18 September 2019

Objective of the Awards
  • To recognise and reward excellence in energy efficiency.
  • To facilitate sharing of knowledge and implementation of best practices among the industry units.
  • To inculcate a culture and spirit of innovation, with the aim to help all the sectors in India achieve world class energy efficiency standards.

Applicability: - Individual
  • The individual must be born on or after 1 January, 1979.
  • Nominated by CEO/Director of the company.

Application Fee:
Rs. 2,000/ + GST (18%) per participant

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High Impact Program in Energy Efficiency

India is one of largest economy and 2nd most populous country in the world. Since last few years, India based on its growing economic and demographic prowess has led to an impressive shift in the economic status both within the continent as well as globally and is strongly emerging as one of the economic giants in the world. Over the last five years, India's GDP has grown at average rate of about 6-7% and energy consumption has also increased at similar rate to meet the ever-increasing energy demand for sustaining the economic growth.

Today, India is at a certain stage of economic development where increase in energy demand is inevitable and this increasing demand is resulting into significant stress on the existing resource and government spending. This economic development is coupled with rapid industrialization & urbanization where the demand of energy has just taken off and would only further accelerate. In case of primary energy consumption, in 2012, India was the third largest energy consumer in the world with 809 Million Tones of Oil Equivalent (Mtoe) in 2018 and is 1.75 times more than energy consumption of all Africa . India is also heavily dependent on the imports for meeting its energy demands and is one of the concern areas for energy security.

It has been almost two decades since the enactment of the Energy Conservation Act and the effective result of the implementation can be inferred from the decreasing trend of energy intensity, a report by IEA on India Energy Outlook mentioned that the efforts by Government of India has prevented 6% additional energy use in 2017, thus the Energy Conservation Act has provided the necessary stimulus to the ongoing energy conservation and efficiency efforts.

However, much more ambitious efforts are required by various stakeholders to achieve climate change goals under Paris agreement and energy efficiency is a key lever to achieve these goals.

The National Awards for Excellence in Energy Management is instituted by CII, to catalyze significant and innovative practices for energy efficiency sector, thereby facilitating an energy efficient and sustainable growth of the Indian industry. With these awards, CII aims to recognize efforts by industries for their outstanding achievements and implementing new and innovative energy efficiency measures .

Award Flow


Key Dates
  • Announcement/Inviting applications for the awards – Open from 2nd July 2019
  • Last date for submitting the applications – 16th August 2019.
  • Announcement of shortlisted Candidates – 20th August 2019.
  • Presentation by shortlisted candidates on their achievements during 3-day event including award function at Hyderabad- 16-18 September 2019

Objective of the Awards
  • To recognise and reward excellence in energy efficiency.
  • To facilitate sharing of knowledge and implementation of best practices among the industry units.
  • To inculcate a culture and spirit of innovation, with the aim to help all the sectors in India achieve world class energy efficiency standards.
Applicability
Programs
  • The program should have been completed in last three years.
  • The program nomination can be by the Funder or implementing agency. It can also be a joint submission.

Fee: Rs. 50,000 after shortlisting

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FREE PRELIMINARY ENERGY SURVEY

CII- Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre (CII Godrej GBC), one of the centre of excellence of CII is working in the area of Energy Conservation and Management, Green Buildings, GreenCo Rating system, GreenPro, GHG accounting and climate change related services. The centre, located in Hyderabad, is specialized in providing advisory services to companies in different sectors covering – Cement, Power, Fertilizer, Pulp & Paper, Iron & Steel etc.

CII has a strong team of 36 energy audit professionals consisting of 9 Accredited Energy Auditors, 18 Certified Energy Auditors & 9 Energy Engineers operating from Chandigarh, Delhi and Hyderabad. CII – Godrej GBC has carried out more than 1800 national & international detailed energy audits till date in different sectors of industries.

In recognition of its efforts in promoting energy efficiency in the Indian industry, CII-GBC has been rewarded with the "National Best Energy Auditor" award instituted by PCRA for five consecutive years and “Certificate of Merit” award instituted by Bureau of Energy Efficiency under Energy Auditing Agencies Sector for the year 2015.

As a step towards assisting your facility, in the earnest efforts towards energy conservation, we would be glad to conduct a Preliminary Energy Audit (PEA) free of Cost at your unit.

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The preliminary energy survey will be of one day duration and is conducted to:

  • Estimate the saving potential
  • Have a feel of the facility and the operation
  • Understand the scope of work involved
  • Develop an action plan and proposal for conducting a detailed energy audit
One of our engineers/energy auditor would visit your unit to carry out the PEA.

As mentioned above this preliminary audit shall be done free of cost. However, CII being a not-for-profit organization, we would request you to arrange for travel & Incidental expenses for the energy auditor for the PEA visit.


For further details, please contact

Mr. Sougata Sarkar | Email: sougata.sarkar@cii.in
Mr. Divesh Menon | Email: divesh.menon@cii.in