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RAMA

REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

Welcomes You
to Stakeholders Workshop on HPMP 21-22 October,2011 New Delhi
Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) - 21,22 Oct 2011 1

Mehta REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION (RAMA) 21-22 Oct 2011.K.STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP ON HCFC PHASE-OUT MANAGEMENT PLAN (HPMP) Update on HPMP For Refrigeration & Air conditioning (Manufacturing) Sector in India R. New Delhi 2 .

keeping in mind the larger economic goals of:  Maximizing investments in India  Maximizing job creation in India Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .RAMA Aims and Objectives(1) • “REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION” (RAMA) was formed in 1991 as “Non-Profit” Association.22 Oct 2011 3 .21. • To promote the overall growth of Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Industry in India.

energy efficiency. Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) . environment management.22 Oct 2011 4  . – To facilitate adoption of standards relating to manufacturing.RAMA Aims and Objectives (2)  To conduct research and facilitate the research in matters relating to the Air Conditioning & Refrigeration industry. etc. To work with other Industry Associations and Scientific bodies such as ISHRAE/ ASHRAE/ AHRI to achieve the following: – Keeping RAMA members abreast of latest standards & developments.21.

financial incentives for growth of the industry and supporting initiatives on environment protection. energy efficiency. • Recommendations on formulation of trade policies  Affiliated to CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) and active participation in various councils Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .RAMA’S CREDENTIALS  RAMA is actively involved in formulation of Policies and Procedures for the HVAC industry by Government of India • Nominated for preparation of HPMP for RAC sector in India • Active participation in formulating Energy labeling program for Air conditioners and Refrigerators • Recommendations on rationalization of tax structure.21. etc.22 Oct 2011 5 .

Refrigeration  Servicing Total US$ (billion) 3.2 2.6 0.1  Air conditioning Systems Growth during last 5 years: over 20%  Expected growth during medium term: 30% Penetration level around 3%  Segment-wise growth rate trend:  Room air-conditioners  VRF systems  Chillers  Ducted/package  Others (precision/telecom) :30% :40% :10-15% :15-20% : 25~30% 6 Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .& Comm.3 6.22 Oct 2011 .21.INDUSTRY SIZE AND GROWTH  Industry Size (2010 ~ 11)  Air Conditioning Systems  Dom.

INDUSTRY SIZE AND GROWTH (2)  Commercial Refrigeration Sector  Growth during last 5 years : ~10% Expected growth during medium term: 10~12%  Segment-wise growth rate trend:  Water Dispensers  Storage Water Coolers  Display/storage equipment :20% :10-12% :15% Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .21.22 Oct 2011 7 .

for preparing Draft Strategy for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Manufacturing Sector. being the reputed . for India. Manufactures association was selected by Ozone Cell. 2010. subscription funded.22 Oct 2011 8 . NonProfit. Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .21.HPMP--INDIA  RAMA.  Accordingly. Ozone Cell. MOEF & UNDP to Prepare HPMP for RAC Manufacturing Sector. MOEF signed an MOA with RAMA on 22nd March.

PREPARATION OF HPMP (1) KEY CONSIDERATIONS ADOPTED FOR PREPARATION OF HPMP Data Collection Data Analysis Strategy Preparation Updating of work plan Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .22 Oct 2011 9 .21.

etc.21. testing facility. production. required for implementation of such technologies • Increase /decrease in product costs • • Exports of products containing R22 to developed & developing countries Receipt of grant for phase out of CFCs.22 Oct 2011 10 . the Survey Agency • Background information about the enterprise • Product range with R 22 and year of start of production of such products • Production during last 3 years & estimated production till 2015 (to assess uncontrolled demand for R22) • Enterprise’s assessment of • Options of non ODS manufacturing technologies • Technology transfer costs (TCA. royalty) • Incremental investment for product development.PREPARATION OF HPMP(2) The following information was collected through Survey conducted by IMRB. safety equipment. if any Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .

22 Oct 2011 .21.PREPARATION OF HPMP (3) Draft strategy for achieving required consumption control for R&AC sector was prepared on the following basis : Identifying sub sectors using R 22 Assessment for each sub sector Uncontrolled demand till 2015 Availability of alternate technologies for switchover Identifying sub sectors which can switchover relatively easily Prioritizing sub sectors for switchover Assessment of switchover cost required for the identified sub sectors Estimatin g consump .tion control targets for R&AC sector 11 Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .

21. technology options and investment for switch over: Identifying sub sectors. large and SME with the help of RAMA members (compressor manufacturers and others) Developing Questionnaire for collecting information Engaging Agency . Developing sampling plan for collection of information from SME players 12 Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .IMRB for collection of information Collection of information from all large manufacturers and selected SMEs in each subsector Holding Awareness workshops in each region for exchange of information with subsector players.PREPARATION OF HPMP (4) Following steps have been adopted for identifying sub sectors and assessing demand.22 Oct 2011 .

Mumbai and Delhi where more than 250 representatives of Mfrs participated and majority of them were SMEs. 3 Regional awareness Workshop were held at Chennai.21. a committee with a chairman for over all supervision and guidance was constituted. • • Full time Project officer was appointed for desk research on technology options/updates. . These subsector committees. 9 Subsectors were made and Chairman of each subsector group.HPMP-INDIA DRAFT STRATEGY PROCEDURE ADOPTED -1 • Core Committee consisting of 10 members with Mkt Leader from each subsector was constituted and 10 Meetings were held. comprising of experts from manufacturers in each subsector made in depth analysis of data and giving recommendation on Strategy.22 Oct 2011 13 • . Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) . support for data collection and support for Regional workshops. Agenda of Discussions is enclosed. was the Mkt leader of that subsector with best Domain knowledge. For each subsector.

Medium Turnover of Rs 30—100 Mn and Small scale of Turnover of Less than Rs 30 Mn on per annum basis • Renowned market research agency IMRB was appointed for survey of parties. In each segment all the subsectors were covered • Survey reports were reviewed by core committee at various stages. with the help of Compressor Mfrs. Cumulative growth in Consumption & HCFC consumption by Small. and it advised for further work .PROCEDURE ADOPTED --2 • Equipment Manufacturers List. medium & Large mfrs. It consisted of Large Mfrs of Turnover above Rs 100 Mn. • Collected data was analyzed for 3 years i.. • A Master List of 214 mfrs in all subsectors was made. 2007 to 2009 for Consumption of HCFC by each subsector.21.e. with Name & addresses was prepared jointly with the help of 3 Compressor manufacturers Emerson. which did a good job. Members). wherever needed. Danfoss and Tecumseh (RAMA . Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) . • 39 Large scale Mfrs. 21 Medium scale Mfrs & 50 small scale mfrs were surveyed.22 Oct 2011 14 .

REPORT SUMMARY Key contents of report are:  Market size estimates for each sub sector  HCFC consumption estimates on unrestrained basis.21. Baseline will be effective from 2013 & 15  Evaluation of alternate refrigerant for each subsector. considering global trends and commercial viability  Prioritization of sub-sectors for phase-out  Estimation of costs for change over to non-ODS refrigerants Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .22 Oct 2011 15 . Working out of baseline consumption control quantity based on actual consumption during the years 2009 and 2010.

Director ozone cell. Senior Technical Advisor & Regional Cordinator –Asia & Pacific Region. Dr R. UNDP. Agarwal . Senior advisor & Corordinator.A BIG THANK YOU  We are extremely thankful to Dr Duraisamy.22 Oct 2011 16 .S. for their Guidance at various stages during the preparation of HPMP for RAC Manufacturing sector  We are also thankful to all the Manufacturers of AC &R industry in India for their participation & support Stakeholders Workshop on HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) .21. UNDP (SPPU) . Mr Nandan Chirmulay.

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