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CDM based CFL

Lighting Scheme
Bachat Lamp Yojana
Initiated by

Introduction to BEE
Energy Conservation Act, 2001, overcomes some
market barriers by enabling:

Setting of minimum energy standards for, and


affixing energy-consumption labels on
appliances and equipment
Promulgation of Energy Conservation Building
Codes
Energy use monitoring, verification and
reporting by large energy users, and the
establishment of energy consumption norms for
these consumers

Introduction to BEE
BEE and SDAs set up to promote:
Demand-side management by distribution
companies
Enhancing energy conservation in existing
buildings, especially through Energy Service
Companies (ESCOs)
Outreach and awareness programmes

National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency- 4


New Initiatives
A market based mechanism to enhance cost
effec-tiveness of improvements in energy
efficiency in energy-intensive large industries and
facilities, through certification of energy savings
that could be traded. (Perform Achieve and Trade)
Accelerating the shift to energy efficient appliances
in designated sectors through innovative measures
to make the products more affordable. (Market
Transformation for Energy Efficiency))

National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency- 4


New Initiatives
Creation of mechanisms that would help finance
demand side management programmes in all
sectors by capturing future energy savings. (Energy
Efficiency Financing Platform (EEFP))

Developing fiscal instruments to promote energy


efficiency namely Framework for Energy Efficient
Economic Development (FEEED)

Energy Efficiency Action Plan - DSM Initiatives


Bachat Lamp Yojana to promote energy efficient

and high quality CFLs as replacement


incandescent bulbs in households.

for

Standards & Labeling Scheme targets high energy


end use equipment and appliances to lay down
minimum energy performance standards.
Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) sets
minimum energy performance standards for new
commercial buildings.
.

Energy Efficiency Action Plan


DSM Initiatives
.

Agricultural and Municipal DSM targeting


replacement of inefficient pumpsets, street
lighting, etc.
Operationalising EC Act by Strengthening
Institutional Capacity of State Designated Agencies
(SDAs) : The scheme seeks to build institutional
capacity of the newly created SDAs to perform their
regulatory, enforcement and facilitative functions
in the respective States.
Energy Efficiency Improvement in Small and
Medium Enterprises (SMEs): To stimulate energy
efficiency measures in 25 high energy consuming
small and medium enterprise clusters.
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Bachat Lamp Yojana

Replace inefficient incandescent bulbs with CFLs for


households only
Reduce price of CFL to that of incandescent bulbproject developer (CFL Manufacturer/ DISCOM)
provides initial investment
Use CDM to recover balance cost
Monitor energy consumption reduction in a project
area as outlined in AMS-II.J of CDM-EB
CERs generated after monitoring, validation and
oversight of CDM Executive Board (CDM-EB) sold in
international markets
Potential reduction in power consumption~6,000 10,000 MW XI plan target 4000 MW

BLY Uses pCDM Approach


The programme itself does

not achieve the reductions,


but provides the framework
for emission reductions to
occur through certified project
activities

BLY pCDM Process


Plus
Multiplication
as short as
3months.

Minus
Liability Risk
in case of
failure

Source: Tech. paper 120/07,ESMAP, World Bank, 2007

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Benefits of BLY
Uses CDM Programme of Activities approach to

Lower transaction costs


Reduce time
Capture an activity otherwise difficult /
expensive under CDM
Reduce risk to investors

Simple monitoring without compromising CFL


usage hours

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BLY Chronology
28th May 2007
Announcement in
chief ministers
meeting chaired by
Prime Minister

Aug to Dec 2007


Development of PoA
DD based on
AMS 046

Mid 2008 PoA DD


shifts to AMS IIC

August 2008 BLY


revised as per new
CDM methodology
AMS IIJ

May June 2009


PoA revised as per
AMS IIJ DoE
appointed for
validation

March 2009
National
Stakeholder
Consultation

February 2009
Official Launch of BLY
PoA scheme

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BLY Role Players


UNFCCC

PoA

CDM-EB
Registration &
CER issuance

DOE
Validation &
Verification

BEE
BLY PoA
Managing
Entity

SSC-CPA

DISCOM
assists investor
in a BLY
project

Supportin
g Agency

e.g. Sample
Survey Agency

Investor
invests into a
BLY project

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BLY Schematic
CDM EB
Communication

PoA -Manager

Buyer in Annex I
Country

Validation /
Verification

Payment for CERs


Safe
disposal of
returned
CFL

Safe
keeping of
replaced
ICL lamp
for
inspection

PoA
approval

Technically develops BLY


scheme methodology and
documents
CERs sold

CFL INVESTOR

Fused CFLs returned

DNA
Annex I
& II

HOUSEHOLD
Pays Rs 15 for new CFL

Replaced ICL lamp


Procures long-life CFLs and distributes to
households
Day-to-day monitoring; Verification
survey to assess lamp failure rate
DISCOM
Each BLY project ~ 600,000 CFLs,
upto 4 CFLs per household
Provides access to the
households for installing CFLs

400 million ICLs / annum replaceable,


annually saving ~ 6000 MW

CFL = Compact Florescent Lamp


ICL = Incandescent lamps
BEE = Bureau of Energy Efficiency
DISCOM = Distribution Company
DNA = Designated National
Authority
EB = Executive Board

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Role of BEE

Acts as overall PoA co-ordinator


Technically develops and shares
development of CDM methodology

the

Awareness and information


Inclusion of CPA-DDs under the PoA after
validation
Facilitate
verification
of
CERs
and
recommend their allocation to the investors

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Role of CFL Investor


Procures and distributes CFLs at a price comparable
to GLS lamps.

Preparing CDM Programme Activity Design


Documents (CPA-DDs) for CDM project and
submitting them to BEE.
Collection of end-of-life CFLs and arranging for
their safe disposal as per regulatory norms.
Operates and manage project on day-to-day basis

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Role of DISCOM
Provides access to Database of households to install
CFLs
Assists in
1. Selection of monitoring survey as required
under AMS-II.J
2. Distribution of CFL Lamps in exchange of
incandescent lamps

3. Safe keeping of replaced


independent inspection

ICLs

for

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Monitoring & Verification


AMS IIJ- Simplified M&V
1.
2.

Deemed savings
approach: 3.5 hours
/ day/ CFL
Periodic CFLs survey

Total area serviced by


DISCOM
Project area)

MS-1
MS-2

MS

= Monitoring Survey
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CFL Meter

Pluggable meter for easy installation

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Metering Unit Specifications


Input: 150 300 V
Parameters measured

Supply Voltage Average

Lamp Current Average

Burning hours

Energy Consumed

Record storage interval One switch on


Record Content Time stamp, Volts, Current,
Duration, Energy

SMS Sending interval At every switch on

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Meter Functioning (I)

OFF
ON

When bulb will switch on, meter


Values of voltage, current,
will start recording the voltage,
energy and switch oncurrent,
duration
energy and time till it
will be stored insidegets
memory
switch off

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Meter Functioning (II)

OFF
ON

As you switch on again, the


recordings of previous sessions
will be transmitted to server via
SMS and the current recordings
will start.

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Meter Functioning (III)

Data from different meters from


different locations is collected
at centralised server / computer

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Meter Functioning (IV)

V1

V2

Vn

I1

I2

In

E1

E2

En

T1

T2

Tn

Entire Data of every switch on


session can be downloaded with
cable connected to meter &
laptop / hand Held Terminal.

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Requirements
DISCOM identifies BEE empanelled Investor
Tri-partite Agreement with DISCOM, Investor and
BEE
Investor identifies long-life IS 15111 certified CFL
supplier
Develop project as per BLY scheme templates

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Social Impact
Consumer

CFLs at price of incandescent lamp (INR 15), to all


households
Reduced peak load-shedding

DISCOMs

Enhanced customer satisfaction

Manufacturers / Investors

Creates employment

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Environmental Impact

Generating Utility

Reduced GHG emissions

Investor

Collection of Project CFLs at end-of-life

Contain potential mercury exposure,


Improves recyclability

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Progress In Bachat Lamp Yojana


1 pilot project registered at UNFCCC on 26th Sept
2008.

PDDs for Haryana , Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra


have been submitted to CDM Executive Board for
registration.
31 CFL manufacturers/Traders have been
empanelled by BEE
14 states have taken up steps towards
implemetation of scheme in their respective
DISCOM regions.

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Enable energy efficiency


using CDM
Contact Information:
Bureau of Energy Efficiency
(Govt of India, Ministry of Power)
4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan,R. K. Puram

New Delhi- 110 066, India.


Tel: 011- 26179699
Fax: 011- 26178352
Email:vthakur@beenet.in
www.bee.gov.in

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