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BEE & EESL hosted a consultative workshop in Ranchi

Ranchi, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), a statutory body under the Ministry of Power and Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture of public sector undertaking under the aegis of Ministry of Power, hosted a workshop on the Demonstration of Energy Efficiency Projects (DEEP) in Ranchi. The key aim of the workshop was to encourage the implementation and adoption of innovative energy efficiency technologies across designated consumers under Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme. The workshop focused on learnings and case studies of similar projects that have enabled significant impact in carbon mitigation strategies for industrial plants in some parts of the country.

During the consultative workshop on DEEP, key luminaries from BEE, EESL, Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (JREDA), Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL), MECON Ltd., and The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), shared insights on the importance of energy efficiency technologies for the business growth of PAT industries in India. The workshop witnessed some of the key dignitaries such as Sh. Ashok Kumar, (Deputy Director General, BEE), Sh. Jagdish Arora (ED, CET-SAIL), Sh. K. K. Verma (Director JREDA), Sh. R K Jha (CGM, SAIL), Sh. Vikas K. Kulshreshtha (GM -Elec ONGC), Sh. Nirvik Banerjee (ED, RDCIS), Sh. Girja Shankar (GM, EESL), Mr. Anil Kumar Choudhary (CGM & Head Operation, EESL), Mr. Ajay Raj (AGM, EESL), Mr. Pradeep Joshi (Sr. Tech expert, EESL), Mr. Animesh Mishra (Head of Sales and Communications, EESL), Mr. Ranveer Singh (Jharkhand State Head – Growth & Lighting, EESL) among others.

Addressing the workshop, Mr. Anil Kumar Choudhary, CGM & Head of Operations at EESL, said, “At EESL, we are committed to providing universal access to innovative and energy-efficient solutions. Our programs have made considerable contributions to expanding India’s energy efficiency portfolio. The DEEP initiative will support the growth of PAT industries while enabling significant reductions in their emissions by mainstreaming energy efficiency and unlocking the growth potential of Chhattisgarh”

Mr. Ashok Kumar, Deputy Directorted the significance of DEEP projects (BEE), highligh, said, “I am pleased to join EESL in this insightful workshop with other important industrial dignitaries. Today, we are all aware of the recent climate change warnings and reports released by scientists globally. The findings of climate report have necessitated industries and leaders to come together to help mitigate the climate crisis.

 In this regard, we have realized the importance of energy efficiency and innovations to safeguard our future and reduce the emissions caused by the burning of fossil fuels. Through its various programmes and initiatives, EESL has reduced the annual energy consumption of India by 57 billion units, helping the country reduce CO2 emission by 45.5 million tonnes annually. We are now scaling up the adoption of these initiatives across industries through the DEEP initiative.

Sh. Jagdish Arora, ED, CET Steel Authority of India Ltd., stated, “We will provide our full support for the large-scale implementation of DEEP projects and achieving the PAT targets across SAIL plants in the country. SAIL would also propagate the benefits of newly identified technologies for smaller subsidiary associate plants. The implementation of these projects is critical not only from the environmental benefits perspective but also enhancing the profitability of industries in the region.

EESL has spearheaded the implementation of energy-efficient projects at scale, through its innovative business and demand aggregation models. DEEP is a collaborative effort of both EESL and BEE, focused on enabling India to meet its climate action goals and accelerate it’s path to an energy secure future by leveraging potential of energy savings available in the industry space.

The event was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Mr. Pradeep Joshi (Senior Tech Expert, EESL) expressing his gratitude to all the participants from various industries, accredited energy experts, and other consultants.

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