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  • WELCOME

    TO

    PRESENTATION

    ON

    DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT

    BESCOM

    1

  • WHAT IS DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT?

    2

    • 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 consumers’ 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 utilities that are

    designed to encourage consumers to modify their level and pattern of

    electricity usage.

    • 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.

  • 3

    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

     2: Low Cost/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 up to the point where it is cheaper than supply alternatives

     DSM can also help low-income customers reduce their energy costs

  • 4

    Types of DSM Programs

     All three reduce energy consumption (kWh) and peak

    demand (kW), however, emphasis differs

    - Energy Efficiency – emphasis is on reducing overall energy consumption and also peak demand over several years.

    - Peak Load Management – emphasis is on reducing peak demand consistently over a season.

    - Demand Response – emphasis is on reducing peak demand for short periods of time for a few days during the year.

  • 5

    CFL Purchase Options

     Consumers can purchase CFL directly from suppliers or on a

    monthly installment basis paid through BESCOM electricity bills

    Benefits derived

     Estimated that about 1.75 Lakhs additional CFLs were sold during the

    scheme implementation

     About 100% increase in sales to the previous period

     Reduction in residential demand to an extent of 10.46MW.

     Pilot encouraged formulation of Bachat Lamp Yojana in the country.

    It enforced manufacturers to give one year warranty to the customers. It is also

    initiated for bringing in regulation stipulating power factor of 0.85 for CFLs.

    1. BESCOM EFFICIENT LIGHTING PROGRAM (Pilot Project

    2005-06) under USAID in Bangalore city:

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

  • 6

    2. BESCOM EFFICIENT IRRIGATION PUMP SETS PROGRAM (BEIPP)-

    (Pilot Project 2005-06):

     Innovative BEIPP scheme supported by International Copper

    Promotion Council (India) (ICPCI) and launched.

    • The official suppliers were(selected through tender)

    • M/s Kirloskar Brothers Ltd

    • M/s KSB Pumps Ltd

    • M/s Crompton Greaves Ltd

    • 1074 Energy Efficient IP Sets were sold under the scheme.

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

  • 7

     Implementation of Government Order dated 13.11.2007 for use of

    CFLs / Solar Water Heaters / Building codes monitored and also

    several circulars were issued for mandatory use of Solar Water

    Heating System.

     Mandatory use of CFLs / T-5 tube lights in BESCOM offices.

     BESCOM has made mandatory to install Solar Water Heating

    systems for new connections without which service is not being

    given to such new connections.

     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.

    3. Solar Water Heaters:

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

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     The public are being enlighten 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.

    Solar Water Heaters:

     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.

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

  • 9

     No. of Solar Water Heating Systems installed during:

    2008-09 : 6187

    2009-10 : 47218

    2010-11 : 52491

    2011-12 (Upto Dec-11) : 35718

     Total number of Solar Water Heating Systems existing are

    2,43,841 with 18,28,808 sq.mtr of solar area.

    Solar Water Heaters:

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

  • 10

    • M/s. Centre for Sustainable Development were engaged for bringing in awareness among residential / commercial customers for

    adopting of Energy Efficient methods in their daily lifestyle as a

    pilot 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.

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

    4. Lifestyle change approach to Best Energy Conservation

    Practices- a pilot by M/s CSD :

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    • M/s ENZEN Global Solutions, an ESCO is engaged for replacement of existing IP sets in Doddaballapura on 11 KV feeders under USAID

    - WENEXA. This ESCO Agriculture Demand Side Management model

    was designed by us in association with USAID-PA Consulting.

    • BESCOM is 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.

    • This pilot is the first of its kind in India to undertake Agriculture Demand Side Management under ESCO model.

    • 280 Energy Efficient Pump sets have been replaced . • Energy Savings : 0.8Mu from April 2011 to December 2011.

    DSM ACTIVITIES IN BESCOM

    5. Agriculture Demand Side Management, WENEXA-USAID

  • WENEXA WENEXA

     WENEXA-This project was taken up on a Pilot basis in

    Doddaballapura sub division for improving the Energy

    Efficiency of pump sets through an ESCO model

    under USAID assisted programme.

     This project is agricultural DSM project, wherein four

    feeders in Doddaballapura sub division were selected

    and the WENEXA project implemented through an

    ESCO (Energy Saving Company) at no cost basic to

    BESCOM. 280 Nos. of existing pump sets have been

    replaced by high energy efficient pump sets on the 4

    feeders. Success- It is seen that there is a Energy

    Savings varying from 1.08 Lakhs to 2.07 Lakhs units

    per month from the 280 nos. of high efficiency Pump

    sets installed under the project.

     Using Energy efficient irrigation pump sets according

    to requirement would save 25% electricity.

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    • Bachat Lamp Yojana, a scheme to promote CFLs in place of incandescent lamps under CDM project announced by MoP, GoI.

    • Maximum of 4 CFLs per customer to be distributed. Each CFL to be distributed at a cost of Rs. 15/-. • The difference amount of CFL cost to be obtained by the implementing agency through CDM in the form of trading CERs.

    • M/s. HPL Electric & Power Pvt. Ltd. Has been entrusted for two rural Circles namely Bangalore Rural and Kolar covering 4 districts. Work is

    under progress.

    • 37,01,368 CFLs are distributed (during 2011) in Bangalore Rural and Kolar O&M circles through M/s. HPL Electric & Power Pvt. Ltd. For

    9.71 lakh.

    • BESCOM has entrusted Bachat Lamp Yojana scheme in Bangalor