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E-HotCat

Masterplan:
Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India

The feasibility study for the Energy Campaign in the Hotel and Catering Industry in India is financially supported by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Adelphi Consult is commissioned to conduct it together with local partners.

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Masterplan: E-HotCat Draft Version only for internal usage and to be shared with partners of the feasibility study: Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India (E-HotCat)
Compilation last updated: 2009-11-30

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Acknowledgements
Adelphi would like to express our sincere gratitude and thanks to all partners and associates, as well as all involved parties who have participated and contributed in research studies, carrying out of energy audits, conference and forums, workshops, meetings and telephone conversations throughout the course of this feasibility study. This Master Plan for the imp lementation of E-HotCat was put together by the contribution of all involved parties - working together with dedication, with the combination of diverse background and expertise, aims and competence. Our joint efforts by involving relevant stakeholders and decision takers provided the groundwork of implementation for the Energy Campaign. We would like to express our appreciation for the endorsement and tremendous support provided by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE ). We especially thank Dr. Ajay Mathur for guiding us in the approach of the study, inaugurating our conference and coordination forum, directing us to previously performed studies as well as providing us with all the necessary support. We are grateful to Mr. Sanjay Seth for the valuable knowledge sharing and expertise in, along with multiple personalized meeting and contribution towards the study; Mr. Saurabh Kumar and Mr. Arthur Freitas for the fruitful discussion and identification BEEs role in the campaign; Mr. Gopal Pandian for his comprehensive advice and accompanying Adelphi on several beneficial meetings; Mr. Pravatanalini Samal, Mr. Arijit Sengupta and Mr. Rajini Thomson for sharing previous information on the BEE energy efficiency award and engaging discussions regarding energy profiles of hotels with us. Our highest appreciation to Mr. Alok Chowdhury, Hotel and Restaurant Association Eastern India (HRAEI) for the great enthusiasm with several constructive meetings, while contributing to working out the appropriate approach to the hotel and restaurant management as well as the concept of cooperation among the stakeholders. We would also like to extend our thanks for the cooperation with the Gesellschaft fr technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), specifically to: Mr. Arvind Asthana and Mr. Jiwesh Nandan for participating in several meetings, especially on forwarding contacts of further consultants and guiding us in the possible organizational and financial setup; We owe many thanks to Mr. Jens Burgtorf and Dr. Rudolf Rauch for detailed discussions regarding the campaign and the cooperation with the GTZ. Moreover, we are extremely grateful to Mr. Pamposh Bhat, Mr. Thomas Schmitz, and Mr. Chakravarti for the engaging discussions on this project. We would like to convey our special thanks to the Energy Management Centre Kerala Mr. K.M. Dharesan Unnithan for his esteemed support, guidance, and for the kind hosting and fruitful organizing and conduct of the walkthrough energy audit in Kerala. Our sincere appreciation to other esteemed personals in EMC, especially Mr. G. Anil and A.M. Narayan for coordinating our cooperation, as well as many special thanks to the energy audit team, consisting of Mr. Suresh Babu, Mr. Johnson Daniel, Mr. Subhash Babu, Miss Deepa Kumar and Mr. Sandeep Kumar.

For the Government of Orissa, Department of Energy , we appreciate the role and contribution of Mr. Pyari Mohan Mishra, Mr. J.P. Sharma, Mr. Sudhansu Sekhar Pati, and Mr. Aswini Kumar Das for discussing our cooperation concept as well as organizing and referring us to important contacts in Orissa. We would also like to extend our gratitude to the Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) - Dr. Varde for sharing deep insights and briefing us on the situation of the hotel and catering industry in Goa, with relation to the energy scenario as well as discussing the role of GEDA in the campaign.

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We thank Mr. Ashok Kumar of Energy Management Training International (EMT) for planning the integration of the campaign in the energy management training website in multiple meetings, and for collaborating with us in the Conference and Coordination Forum as well as the setting up of the Master Plan Workshop. To The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), we would like to thank Mr. Pradeep Kumar and Mr. Girish Sethi for helping to set up and manage our cooperation, as well as for the substantial technical contribution to the baseline energy study for the hospitality industry in India; Miss. Prinyanka Kochar and Mr. S. Rajkumar for discussing the baseline study. We would like to acknowledge the significant role of the Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations India (FHRAI) - Maj. Harish Sud for discussing the possibility and the means of cooperation; Miss Anjana Ravindranath for giving a holistic overview of FHRAI and understanding towards further collaboration with the association. We further thank Mr, Rajendera Kumar, Mrs. Asha Juneja, and Mrs. Chitra for their kind participation in telephone conversations. For the National Productivity Council (NPC) we would like to extend our thanks to Mr. Anjan Kumar Sinha for briefing us on his organisation and setting up our cooperation, as well as Mr. Pawan Kumar for further coordination and contribution. Furthermore, we would like to express our thanks to Barefoot, Mr. Yugabarta Kar and Mr. Nata Babu for working out our cooperation concept, as well as sharing on the proactive involvement of Barefoot towards the feasibility study. We would like to thank Mr. Lalit Sharma of SESVO and Mr. Nitesh Patel of Ecoprofit India for meeting with us in New Delhi and giving advice on the general setup of the campaign, not forgetting Mr. Sharma for the kind coordination of our partnership with SESVO. Following are much respected individuals of important institutions and organisations that had shared valuable thoughts through meetings as well as telephone conversation and had given invaluable inputs on the elements of the campaign in various ways: Mr. Harinder Jeet Singh of the CII for meeting to discuss a potential partnership, Mr. V. Raghuraman for participating in a telephone conversation; Mr. Ashok Lavasa, Mr. P.K. Nautiyal, Mr. B.S. Yadav of HAREDA and Mr. Mahesh Behl of the Haryana Tourism Bureau for discussing the potential of the campaign in Haryana and providing information; Mrs. Rita Acharya and Mr. Kapil Mohan of the Ministry of Power (MoP) for discussing the role of the MoP and giving valuable advice; Mr. Satish Shetty of AHAR for discussion on possible participation in a telephone conference, Mr. Shashiskant K. Shetty for discussing the campaign in detail in a meeting and Mr. Suresh for a telephone conversation; Mr. Elvis Gomez of the Govt. of Goa DoT and GTDC, and Mr. Rivankar of the DoT for discussing possible cooperation in the campaign; Mr. Mikael De Sousa of the Govt. of Goa DoSTE for talking about forms of support for the campaign and forwarding further contacts; Mr. Simon Perreira of the TTAG, Mr. Shailesh Sanzgiri of Alcon Hotels and Mr. Santosh K. Naik of The Mandovi Hotel for participating in a meeting in which the practicalities of the campaign with regard to hotels were discussed, as well as possible cooperation with TTAG; Mr . Mohan Lal, Mr. C. Ramesh, and Mr. M. Madhusoodanan Pillai of the KTDC for discussing a possible collaboration through the EMC Kerala and Mrs. Soma for a telephone conversation; Mr. Anil Kumar S. of KHTC for meeting and discussing a partnership through the EMC Kerala; Mr. Rajan Thomas Varghese of ATE GC and Kerala Travel Mart for meeting to talk about a potential partnership in a meeting and Mrs. Minimenon for further contact with Kerala Travel Mart; Mr. S.K. Gon Chaudhuri of WBREDA for discussing the potential role of the West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency in the campaign; Mr. Agarwal of DB Solar for giving information on solar energy in West Bengal and discussing a possible future partnership; Mr. Amitab Ghosh and Mr. Debakar Dey of the WBTDC for meeting to talk about potential cooperation with Adelphi on the campaign, and Mr. S. Budder for a
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telephone conversation; Mr. Raj Kishor Patra of the HRA Puri and the Mayfair Chain of Hotels for discussing possible cooperation on the campaign in a meeting; Mr. Rustagi of the Govt. of India Ministry of Tourism (MoT) for meeting us to discuss a possible role for the MoT; Dr. A.K. Singhal, Mr. Dilip Nigam and Dr. Arora Rajiv of the Govt. of India Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for discussing the possible role of the MNRE in the campaign; Mr. Jagdish Sharma and Mr. Niraj Kapoor of the Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board (HPSEB) , and Mr. Yogesh Behl of the HPTDC for meeting to look at the possibilities for the campaign in Himachal Pradesh and the role therein for tourism and the State Electricity Board; Mr. R.K. Jiain and Mr. Niraj Kapoor of HPSEB for taking part in a follow-up meeting with the Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board; Mr. Inderjeet of the NRAI for a telephone conversation; Mr. Dinesh Khanna of the HRAWI for a telephone conversation; Mr. R.K. Puri of the Hotel Association of India for a telephone conversation; Mr. Nirmal Braganza of the Govt. of Goa Electricity Department for a telephone conversation; Mr. M. Majumder and Mr. Benoy Sen of the West Bengal SEB for telephone conversations; Mr. Marki Loya of the Arunachal Pradesh EDA for a telephone conversation; Mr. Satish Sabharwal of the Govt. of Delhi, Department of Environment for meeting with us to discuss the possible role of the Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department; and Mr. Mohammed Nurul Huda of the Inspectorate of Electricity Assam and Mr. K.T. Wabang Ao of the Electrical Inspectorate Nagaland for their discussion for approaches of E-HotCat in their states. We kindly request your excuse should we have missed you in this long list, kindly get back to us so that we include you in the next update of the masterplan.

Executive Summary
The measures of this Master Plan are derived from the feasibility study. The feasibility study has revealed energy saving potential that exists in the hospitality sector and laid the foundation as well as set the direction towards the development of such a campaign. Its goal will be achieved by capacity building, facilitation, advisory services, networking and financing of technology implementation. Newer energy-efficient technologies and construction measures can have a tremendous impact in this sector. Summary will be written after Masterplan is finalised!

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements................................................................................................................................. 3 Executive Summary................................................................................................................................ 5 Glossary............................................................................................................................................... 10 1. Introduction and Background to the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India ........................................................................................................................................................... 12 Existing activities related to Energy Efficiency in the hospitality sector.................................................14 2. Objectives of the Energy Campaign............................................................................................... 15 Campaign Goal..................................................................................................................................... 16 Campaign Benefit................................................................................................................................. 17 3. Partners and asociates of EHotCat.................................................................................................18 Organisations having signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the joint conduct of the feasibility study: ................................................................................................................................... 19 4. Methodology for the preparation of the Master Plan.......................................................................21 Approach and Setup of the feasibility study.......................................................................................... 21 Interviews and bilateral meetings, setup of MoUs, circulation of PPR..................................................24 Baseline study...................................................................................................................................... 24 Conference and Coordination forum .................................................................................................... 25 Master Thesis on Assessing the energy saving potentials in Indian Hotels..........................................26 Master Plan Workshop and finalisation meeting...................................................................................26 Overview of Methodology for the collection of new energy profiles......................................................26 Calculation of GHG emission reductions..............................................................................................27 5. Organisational Setup of the campaign............................................................................................ 29 Target Group........................................................................................................................................ 29 Areas for the implementation of the first phase....................................................................................29 Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) Approach.........................................................................................30 Decision structure and organizational setup of the campaign...............................................................31 National Level Advisory Committee (AC)......................................................................................31 State Level Technical Committee (TC)..........................................................................................32 Secretary (campaign staff attached to the AC and to the TCs)......................................................33 Role of the partners.............................................................................................................................. 33 Advisory Committee at the National Level:....................................................................................33 Technical Committees at the regional and state level:..................................................................34
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Secretary for the AC and TC......................................................................................................... 35 Technological Options and their potentials........................................................................................ 36 Accessing Energy Saving Potential with Walkthrough Energy Audits..................................................37 KTDC Samudra Hotel, Kerala........................................................................................................ 37 Poovar Island Resort, Kerala......................................................................................................... 38 Hotel Vikram, New Delhi................................................................................................................ 38 Hotel Shakti International, Puri...................................................................................................... 38 Majorda Beach Resort, Goa.......................................................................................................... 38 Energy Efficiency Measure EEM.......................................................................................................... 39 Heat, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) Efficiency ..................................................................39 Insulation/ Building envelope......................................................................................................... 41 Ducts/ Duct Sealing....................................................................................................................... 41 Ceiling Fan Efficiency.................................................................................................................... 42 Lighting.......................................................................................................................................... 42 Water Management....................................................................................................................... 43 Combined Heat Power / Cogeneration..........................................................................................44 Renewable Energy Technologies RET................................................................................................. 45 Solar Water Heating (SWH)........................................................................................................... 45 Solar Photovoltaic (PV)................................................................................................................. 46 Biogas from food wastes............................................................................................................... 47 Management and staff practices measures.......................................................................................... 48 Payback Periods................................................................................................................................... 48 6. Technical setup of the services of the campaign............................................................................50 Fact sheets and checklists ................................................................................................................... 50 Manuals................................................................................................................................................ 50 Website................................................................................................................................................. 51 Hotline ................................................................................................................................................. 52 Consultancy Services........................................................................................................................... 52 Workshops & Conferences................................................................................................................... 52 Trainings............................................................................................................................................... 52 Financial aid......................................................................................................................................... 53 Certificates, logo, star rating for Hospitality Sector...............................................................................53 Award schemes in the individual categories (classifications) ...............................................................54 Establishing Benchmark Values........................................................................................................... 55 7. Financial setup of the campaign..................................................................................................... 56 Funded by government ........................................................................................................................ 56 Support schemes Germany:.......................................................................................................... 56 Support schemes India:................................................................................................................. 58 Funded by Banks.................................................................................................................................. 59
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Funded by participant fees................................................................................................................... 60 Funded by Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) certificates...........................................................60 Funded by Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).................................................................................60 8. Conclusion...................................................................................................................................... 61 9. Appendix......................................................................................................................................... 62 A Contact List of approached organizations and potential partners......................................................63 Ministries....................................................................................................................................... 63 GTZ and BEE................................................................................................................................ 67 Hotel and restaurant associations.................................................................................................70 SDAs............................................................................................................................................. 78 Tourist Development Corporations................................................................................................89 NGOs and Companies.................................................................................................................. 94 Power Companies......................................................................................................................... 98 Hotels............................................................................................................................................ 99 B MoMs on the meetings with potential partners and the project planning workshops in India..........102 Summary..................................................................................................................................... 102 Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)..........................................................................................102 Bureau of Energy Efficiency........................................................................................................ 103 GTZ and BEE.............................................................................................................................. 104 Hotel and Restaurant Association Eastern India (HRAEI) ..........................................................107 Department of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana, HAREDA, Haryana Tourism Bureau......................................................................................................................................... 107 BEE............................................................................................................................................. 108 SESVO, Ecoprofit Team India..................................................................................................... 109 Ministry of Power......................................................................................................................... 110 Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association AHAR.......................................................................111 Bureau of Energy Efficiency ....................................................................................................... 112 Energy Manager Training, Bureau Energy Efficiency.................................................................113 GTZ............................................................................................................................................. 114 Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment of Government of Delhi................................................................................................................ 115 TERI............................................................................................................................................ 116 Ministry of Power......................................................................................................................... 117 C MoMs in the second round of meetings with potential partners in the different regions of India.....118 Summary..................................................................................................................................... 118 Goa Energy Development Agency..............................................................................................118 Goa Tourist Development Corporation, Goa Department of Tourism..........................................120 Department of Science, Technology and Environment (DoSTE).................................................121 Travel & Tourism Association of Goa.......................................................................................... 122 Kerala Tourist Development Corporation, Energy Management Centre......................................123 Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre, Energy Management Centre.......................................................125 Kerala Travel Mart....................................................................................................................... 127 Indian Hotel and restaurant association (AHAR).........................................................................128 Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India (HRAEI).........................................................130 West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA), West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. (WBGEDCL)...............................................................................132 National Productivity Council (NPC)............................................................................................ 133 DB Solar...................................................................................................................................... 135
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D MoMs in the third round of meetings with potential partners in the different regions of India and preparatory meetings regarding the coordination workshop...............................................................136 Summary..................................................................................................................................... 136 WBTDC....................................................................................................................................... 137 HRAEI......................................................................................................................................... 138 SDA Orissa.................................................................................................................................. 139 Barefoot....................................................................................................................................... 139 Hotel and Restaurant Association Puri........................................................................................139 Mayfair chain of hotels................................................................................................................. 140 MoT............................................................................................................................................. 140 MNRE.......................................................................................................................................... 140 FHRAI.......................................................................................................................................... 140 EMT............................................................................................................................................. 142 EMC............................................................................................................................................ 143 GTZ Jiwesh Nandan.................................................................................................................... 143 BEE Rajini Thomson................................................................................................................... 143 BEE Sanjay Seth......................................................................................................................... 143 BEE Mrs. Pravati......................................................................................................................... 144 GTZ Mr. Burgtorf......................................................................................................................... 144 TERI............................................................................................................................................ 148 E MoMs in the pre-conference visit to potential partners in Shimla ...................................................149 Summary..................................................................................................................................... 149 MoT Secretary, Himachal Pradesh SEB, Himachal Pradesh TDC .............................................149 Himachal Pradesh SEB, Director.................................................................................................150 F MoMs of the meetings Germany on funding options for the campaign............................................152 KfW Develoment Bank, Project Manager, Energy Asien.............................................................152 Small Industries Development bank of India, General Manager..................................................154 G MoMs of meetings with partners for the discussion on the masterplan workshop as well as on the Energy Audits..................................................................................................................................... 155 H Certification..................................................................................................................................... 156 Certification possibilities.............................................................................................................. 156 EMS certifiers.............................................................................................................................. 160 Map of Indian hotels meeting the criteria of the green hotel certification.....................................161 I CDM Small sale project categories................................................................................................... 162 J Energy Profile Questionnaire........................................................................................................... 163

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Glossary
AC AHAR BEE BMS BMU BMWi CDM CEA CEI CERs CFL CHP CII DEHOGA DoSTE DoT EC Act ECBC EDA EE EEM E-HotCat EMC EMS EMT International EoI EPI ESCO EUI FHRAI GEDA GHG GTDC GTZ GTZ IGEN GTZ ASEM GTDC HAI HAP HAREDA HPSEB HPTDC HRAEI HRANI HRAO HRASI HRAWI HTDC HVAC ICF International IREDA National level Advisory Committee Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association Bureau of Energy Efficiency Buidling Management System German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology Clean Development Mechanism Central Electricity Authority Carbon Emission Index Certified Emission Reductions Compact Fluorescent Lamp Combined Heat Power Condfederation of Indian Industries German Federal Association of Hotel and Restaurants Department of Science and Technology Department of Tourism Energy Conservation Act Energy Conservation Building Code Energy Development Agency Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency Measures Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India Energy Management Centre Energy / Environmental Management System Energy Management Training International Expression of Interest Energy Performance Index Energy Service Company Energy Utilization Index Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India Goa Energy Development Agency Green House Gas Goa Tourism Development Corporation German Technical Cooperation GTZ Indo German Energy Program GTZ Advisory Services in Environmental Management Goa Tourism Development Corporation Hotel Association of India Hotel Association of Puri Haryana Energy Development Authority Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Orissa Hotel & Restaurant Association of Southern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Western India Haryana Tourism Development Corporation Heat, Ventilation, Air Conditiong Inner City Fund International Indian Renewable Development Agency

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ITDC KfW KHRA KHTC KTDC LDO LEED LPG MNRE MoP MoT MoU NGO NPC NRAI OECD OTDC PPP PPR PV RE RET SDA SEB SESVO SHGC SIHRA SWH TC TDC TERI TERI GRIHA TSA TTAG UNEP UNWTO VFD WBREDA WBSEB WBTDC

India Tourism Development Corporation German Development Bank Kerala Hotel and Restaurant Association Kerala Hydel Tourism Corporation Kerala Tourism Development Corporation Light Diesel Oil Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Liquid Petroleum Gas Ministry of New and Renewal Energies Ministry of Power Ministry of Tourism Minutes of Understanding Non-Governmental Organisation National Productivity Council National Restaurant Association of India Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Orissa Tourism Development Corporation Public Private Partnership Project Progress Report (Solar) Photovoltaic Renewable Energies Renewable Energies Technologies State Designated Agency State Electricity Board Society for Enhancing Sustainability and Value of Organisations Solar Heat Gain Coefficient Southern India Hotels & Restaurants Association Solar Water Heating State level Technical Committee Tourism Development Corporation The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) TERI Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Tourism Satellite Accounting Travel and Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG) United Nations Environmental Programme United Nations World Trade Organisation Variable-Frequency Drive West Bengal Renewable Energy Development West Bengal State Electricity Board West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation

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1. Introduction and Background to the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India
Energy-efficiency measures are regarded to be amongst the most important and effective climate change protection instruments. Due to the high energy saving potentials of energy-efficiency actions and the worldwide applicability of such measures, the goal to prevent global warming of more than two degrees will probably not be achieved without energy-efficiency efforts. Adelphi Consult - a German environmental consultancy organization with strong experiences in the field of energy-efficiency, especially in India - is aware of the tremendous importance of energy-efficiency related measures. To tap the huge energy saving potentials in the Indian tourism and hospitality sector, an outline of an energy-efficiency campaign for the Indian hotel and catering industry is being developed and a feasibility study on how this campaign could be implemented is conducted. For an analysis of the background situation of the Energy Campaign, several research activities and a baseline assessment on the Indian hotel sector were conducted. The baseline assessment report 1 revealed that tourism in India is blossoming. The Ministry of Tourism gives estimates of foreign exchange earnings and number of arrivals. Its number for foreign arrivals is 5.37 million in 2008. The foreign exchange earnings are given with INR 50,370 Crore, ( 7.3 billion). Its estimate for domestic tourism in 2008 is 527 million travellers. 2 The World Economic Forum gives estimates on the basis of data gathered by the World Travel & Tourism Council through its Tourism Satellite Accounting Research. The TSA framework is a thorough accounting tool developed by the UNWTO in collaboration with the OECD and Eurostat. The figures given for the Indian tourism industry in 2008 are given in the table below:

Value

Direct earnings

Economy-wide impact
INR 4.045 ( 57.8) 6.1 304.9 6.4

GDP (INR in lakh crore, in Billion) INR 1.577 ( 22.11) Percentage of total GDP 2.3 Employment (lakh) 131.3 % of total Employment 2.7 3 Table: Indian Tourism Industry by the numbers

The TSA Research predicts an average annual growth for the tourism industry and its economy-wide impact in the range of 6-8% until 2018.4 In India there are around 1,437 hotels that are approved by the Ministry of Tourism till 2007. Apart from these official approved hotels, there are numerous small and medium-sized hotels that are not registered with the Ministry, but are licensed by municipalities or police stations. According to a report from 2008 for the Ministry of Tourism 8,071 hotels are spreaded throughout India 5. In total, these hotels provide approximately 170,000 rooms. According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Tourism regarding guesthouses and unlicensed, unclassified rooms in Delhi towards rooms for the upcoming Commonwealth Games 6, there are further 23,000 rooms in Delhi, where out of this, 750 hotels of approximately 11,000 rooms could be under the classification of 2-3 stars. TERI, 2009 Baseline Assessment Report. Project Report No. 2008BS10. New Delhi: The Energy and Resources Institut 2 Ministry of Tourism, Annual Report 2008-09 3 adapted from WEF Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009, data from WT&TC 4 Source: World Economic Forum, Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009 5 Incredible India a report prepared by AC Nielsen Org Marg Pvt. Ltd. For Ministry of Tourism of Indio. 6 Mr. Rustagi, Ministry of Tourism, Meeting on 17/11/2009
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Although the Indian hotel industry has already reached such a huge quantity, the current demand for rooms exceeds the supply by far and the number of hotels and rooms is expected to increase dramatically over the next years. The Ministry of Tourism estimates India's room shortage at present by around 150,000 rooms. Industry estimates predict that this exceeding of the supply by the demand will at least endure over the next two years, although Indian and international hotel chains are seizing the opportunity to construct new hotels to supply for the demands that exist. Currently the Indian hotel industry is adding about 60,000 quality rooms, which are in different states of development. The 2010 Common Wealth Games would be held in New Delhi, India and therefore, all hotels in India would be operational at full capacity. Hence, the energy consumption would be manifold. E-HotCat could play a key role in minimizing the energy consumption as well as GHG emissions from Indian hotels. With the growing number of hotels the energy consumption is also estimated to grow accordingly. In the next five years the energy consumption is expected to triple from 4070 million KWh in 2007-08 to 13781 in 2012-13 in the business as usual scenario.

Figure: projected energy consumption in Hotels in India from 2009 to 2015 Based on average energy performance indices of different categories of hotels, the overall yearly energy consumption in hotel industry in India is estimated to be 4070 million KWh 1. The energy consumption of an average approved hotel in India (a hotel certified by the Ministry of Tourism is generally of the 4-5 star category and has 200 rooms or more) alone is approximately 5-7 million kWh per annum. Given the existing sources of energy in India and the average power mix from the various energy sources, the overall energy consumption of the Indian hotel sector amounts to CO 2- emissions of approximately 3.1 million tonnes per annum and will dramatically increase in the near future. The energy mix for the Indian electrical grid is 53 percent coal, 10 gas, 1 oil, 3 nuclear, 25 big hydro, and 8 percent renewable, by installed capacity in megawatts. The relatively large share of coal impacts the emission factor for electrical power. The energy mix used in hotels, in turn, is 60 percent electricity, 32 percent liquid diesel oil, and 8 percent liquefied petroleum gas. Oil and gas are generally used for backup power and boilers. In view of this constantly increasing energy consumption and hiking energy prices, along with scarcity of energy in India, Adelphi has been commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for the
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Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety to conduct a feasibility study on the organisational and financial setup of carrying out a nationwide energy efficient campaign in the hospitality sector. This Master Plan is the final result of the feasibility study. It contains the overall circumstances for a successful setup of the campaign as well as technological information on the measures to be implemented in this sector, including an estimation of the energy saving potential, along with the GHG emission reduction that could be achieved

Existing activities related to Energy Efficiency in the hospitality sector


Various activities creating awareness as well as giving incentives for the application of renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency measures, mostly as parts of general environmental programmes are carried out. The following describes some key efforts that are being undertaken. The Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India, FHRAI, which is the largest of its kind, confers eco-awards on hotels and restaurants. These awards are given on the basis of a questionnaire followed by interviews for three categories (large hotels, small hotels and restaurants). One of the key objectives of the questionnaire is to gather information about the energy consumption of hotels and restaurants among the wide set of environmental related data. The Ministry of Tourism in India set up an Eco-Tourism Society in January 2008, thereby creating a network for eco-friendly tourism. Though energy efficiency and energy saving together with renewable energies have so far played but a marginal role on the eco-tourism agenda, the groundwork has nevertheless been laid for an eco-friendly category of hotels and restaurants. Issues of typical concerns such as global warming and greenhouse gas emissions provide a reference point for a climate-sensitive company policy, and consequently also for energy saving, energy-efficient technologies and energy sources with lower CO 2-emissions.The key tourist centres of Kerala, Goa and the Himalayas have several establishments that offer eco-tourism and have made energy management a core aspect of their environmental policy. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), set up by the Energy Conservation Act (ECA) under the Ministry of Power in India, focuses on different sectors with energy efficiency programmes. On its yearly occurring energy conservation day it confers the Energy Conservation Award. One of the sectors is hotels and hospitals. These awards are being given to candidates who fill up a comprehensive questionnaire providing information on the general energy profile and specific energy efficiency measures being implemented by the candidate. The largest share of energy consumption in buildings in India (as much as about 60%) is towards airconditioning, with another 20% for lighting and followed by domestic water heating. Newer energyefficient technologies and construction measures can have a tremendous impact here. To this end, a national ECBC (Energy Conservation Building Code) was published by BEE. This forms the basis for the implementation of the energy-saving measures. In line with the star labelling programme of BEE a star labelling of office buildings has been setup and a labelling scheme for Hotels is in planning stage. The star labelling of applliances, already being implemented for several equipment relevant to the hotel sector can be integrated in the product and vendor guide of E-HotCat. BEE has initiated energy efficiency measures in some of the hotels owned by ITDC. Energy audits of Hotel Ashok, Samrat have been completed. The result is that there is immense potential for energy efficiency. Possible improvements are integration of trigeneration and heat pump technology for ait conditioning. In December 2008 BEE together with ICF published a guide: Energy Management in your Hotel. This guide gives a good overview of the possible anergy saving measures and introduces energy
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audits as well as an energy management system. In various countries like United States, Canada, Thaland, Indonesia and propably many more EE guides especially for Hotels and Restaurants have been setup in the last years. Parts of these guides are suitable for information leaflets and trainings, to be conducted in the EHotCat campaign. In Europe several energy campaigns in the hotel and catering industry show successful results regarding the conservation of energy. The first campaign was launched in England in 2001. Campaigns in Switzerland and Germany followed. Adelphi is being commissioned to support the German campaign, and has access to all internal material of the Energiekampagne Gastgewerbe which can be adapted for the Indian context. The Energiekampagne Gastgewerbe (energy campaign for the hotel and restaurant industry) is run by Adelphi Research for the German federal association of hotels and restaurants (DEHOGA Bundesverband). The campaign is supported by the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety. There are three core elements that constitute the campaign: 1. Energy savings sheets which give an easily understandable overview of major energy savings potentials and how to realise them with affordable solutions 2. The internet page, which provides a central platform for information and interaction between the participants. 3. An individual energy savings programme run on the internet page where a company can enter data and review savings potentials. Setting up an account also gives participants the possibility to compare benchmarks Further elements of the campaign are among others: newsletter, training packages, a hotline, case study database, vendor guide, consultants database etc. 7 Several hotels in India have taken up activities with regards to energy audits, energy management and the implementation of EEM and RET, some have even managed to setup a CDM project. One of the pioneer examples is ITC Sonar Bangla in Kolkata. ITC Sonar in Kolkata is the first hotel in the world to earn carbon credits. ITC Green Centre in Gurgaon is the worlds first largest green building with a LEED Platinum rating. ITC Sonar Bangla, Kolkata became the first hotel in the world to obtain Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) issued under the aegis of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change Convention. These CERs, also known as Carbon Credits, are issued under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol. The CERs have been issued after an exhaustive evaluation process. Carbon Dioxide emission reduction has been achieved through energy conservation initiatives such as waste heat recovery, improved pumping systems and better efficiencies in the air conditioning system. 8 These selected examples of activites are not complete, they should show the scope of joining efforts with existing activities and involving these in EHotCat.

2. Objectives of the Energy Campaign


The hospitality industry is a large consumer of energy and faces increasing costs to provide high quality of service to guests. Therefore, by implementing energy saving measure and substituting conventional energy sources with renewable energies, hotels and restaurants can benefit from cost saving measures without compromising the quality of service.

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Campaign Goal
The proposed campaign creates awareness and facilitates beneficial support to individual hotel and catering enterprises. The services are related to the implementation of Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM) and Renewable Energy Technologies (RET). This will lead to cutting down the energy expenses of the enterprises, thus making them more competitive in the market. At the same time this will lead to a greater acceptance by the conscious customers, who choose their hospitality facility on the basis of sustainable economy. The primary aim of this campaign is to save energy as per the Energy Conservation Act 2001 of the Indian Government. This also mitigates the emission of Green House Gases (GHG), especially CO2. The nationwide energy campaign for the hotel and catering industry thus focuses on EEM as well as substitution of energy sources with RET. The energy consumed in the hotel industry in India is approximately 4070 million units annually 9, which is 4070 GWh/year. The energy saving potentials varies from hotel to hotel and also from climate to climate. It is extremely difficult to arrive at a single figure which can represent the energy saving potential in India. In most of the studies which have been carried out in India it has been observed that with low and medium cost measures there exists a possibility to save around 15 to 20 % energy and with high cost measures this may even increase up to 40%. If a very conservative estimate to be made with all types of measures available there exists a potential to save approximately 30% energy in hotels in India and in energy terms approximately 1221 GWh can be saved per year. First estimations for the energy saving potential regarding electricity projects a 30% or 1221 million kWh/a which equates to approximately 1 M tonnes of CO2/a (average sources mix in India). This calculates to a cost for the whole sector of 610 crores INR 10 per annum savings on the electricity bill. In order to foster the implementation of modern energy technologies, the project brings together stakeholders that are directly and indirectly involved in the energy, hotel and catering sector, which includes the state ministries, agencies and departments, as well as private institutes, companies and associations. Previous implementations of similar campaigns in the European hotel and catering industry have achieved significant environmental and economical benefits.

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Figures from 2007-2008 Assuming a price of 5 INR per kW/h


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Figure: Estimated Energy saving potential in Hotels in India 2006 to 2015 Based on this projection, taking over the course of the next 3 years, in 2012-2013, the business as usual scenario consumes 13781 GWh per year, while the energy efficient scenario consumes approximately 8500 GWh per year. The energy saving potential is 5281 GWh/year (38%). Taking the overall India weighted average emission rate for electricity produced from the grid as published by the Central Electricity Authority India (CEA, 2008), the weighted factor is 0.79 tCO2/MWh. This translates to GHG emission saving of 4,171,990 tCO2/year. Taking the average rate for grid electricity of INR 5/kWh, this gives an annual saving of the India Hotel sector of INR 2640.5 crores/year (1 crore = 10 million -> INR 2640,50,00,000) This distribution differs from hotel to hotel, depending on the local climate the seasonal changes that affect the temperature of the specific location. By understanding the breakdown of energy being consumed throughout the hotel, one can then determine the sections that are the most energy intensive. Action plans for energy saving campaign can then be focused on these energy demanding areas. It is essential to always localize and customize potential measures to the applied context as a general measure would not be suitable for every case. It is proposed that within the project framework, Indias main tourist destinations ought to be examined on how the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry could be adapted to the local context. Efforts shall be made to bring together all stakeholders and finding potential partners for the feasibility study as well as the campaign. Upon this, to inquire on their willingness to cooperate and their possible role in the campaign ascertained within the framework of cooperation. The prerequisites for launching the campaign in the local context after due adaptation will then be created. With this, the primary objective of this project is to conduct a feasibility study on necessary aspects for the development of a master plan for adapting and implementing the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India. This document is thus the result of the feasibitliy study.

Campaign Benefit
The campaign will deal with the primary pillars of sustainable development. It is crucial that such development should be beneficial to the society not only in the near present, but also capable of sustaining it in the further future. Improved Livelihood and Social Condition The project aims to directly and indirectly enhance the international competitiveness of the tourism sector in India. New technology being introduced will create a number of new jobs being offered in this sector. This will directly increase the income of the society involved in this sector, as well as bringing positive affects on the local population by increasing different avenue of incomes. Economic Development The increase of influx of tourist to more efficient and comfortable hospitality facilities will increase the revenue obtained from this sector, while the reduction of operating cost due to energy saving measures will add up for better economic of the same scale before the campaign. New savings and revenue could then be invested into further energy efficiency measure or additional expansions and developments. Environmental Contribution Energy saving and efficiency not only reduces the consumption of energy, it promotes an environmental friendly tourism that uses natural resources with care and concerns. There will be increased awareness on the minimisation of impact of the environment, upholding the ecological
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integrity of the involved location. The production of biogas from kitchen waste result in a reduction of disposable kitchen waste and enables a more complete use of resources. Mitigating climate change and adaptation Energy savings and substitution of conventional fuels with renewable energies will result in reductions of greenhouse gas emissions, helping to maintain a favourable climate in India as well as contributing to the mitigation of worldwide climate change. The installation of airconditioning management systems reflect an awareness risen approach of to a changing temperature pattern. The further efficient management of water in the hotel and restaurant pemises takes into account the scarce availability of water resources and also promotes the implemention of climate adaptation.

3. Partners and asociates of EHotCat


For the conduct of the feasibility study Adelphi has setup partnerships with esteemed organisations on different levels. German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) finances the feasibility study. On 5 December 2007 the German cabinet adopted the "Integrated Energy and Climate Programme of the Federal Government" (Integriertes Energie- und Klimaschutzprogramm der Bundesregierung, IEKP). The German government has decided in the context of this programme to use the revenue from the sale of emissions certificates to finance climate protection measures and to incorporate it into the budget of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU). In Germany in 2008, 8.8% of emission rights from the emissions trading system were sold. Initially EUR 400 million were made available for the Climate Initiative in 2008, of which EUR 280 million were earmarked for the national component and EUR 120 million for the international component. The upward trend in prices for the certificates led to higher revenues in 2008 than had first been expected. This shows that the auctioning of certificates in European emissions trading can make a considerable contribution towards generating additional funds for climate protection. In recent months, however, certificate prices fell sharply because of the global financial crisis. Nonetheless, EUR 120 million are again available for the International Climate Initiative for the year 2009. Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) endorsed the conduct of the feasibility study. The mission of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency is to assist in developing policies and strategies with a thrust on self-regulation and market principles, within the overall framework of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 with the primary objective of reducing energy intensity of the Indian economy. BEE co-ordinates with designated consumers, designated agencies and all other stakeholders and recognizes, identifies and utilizes the existing resources and infrastructure, in performing the functions assigned to it under the Energy Conservation Act Hotel and Restaurant Association of Eastern India (HRAEI) participates in the feasibility study. The Hotel & Restaurant Association of Eastern India is a non-commercial body representing, within the condines of the Region, the interests of Hospitality Industry in general and those of its members Hotels, Restaurants and Associates particular. HRAEI covers the states: West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Assam, Jharkand, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Sikkim and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. HRAEI is organisation member of FHRAI German Technical Cooperation - Indo German Energy Program (GTZ IGEN) collaborates with Adephi Consult for the conduct of the feasibility study. GTZ and KfW Entwicklungsbank jointly implement the Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN). The broad focus of IGEN is to support the
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implementation of the Energy Conservation Act. The Act positively intervenes at all levels of society, such as energy-intensive large industries, manufacturers of household appliances and industrial equipment, residential households as well as engineering consultancy firms.

Organisations having signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the joint conduct of the feasibility study:
Energy Management Centre Kerala (EMC) : Energy Management Centre was established in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Kerala, India in February 1996 as an autonomous organization under the Department of Power, Government of Kerala. As such, EMC has got a functional framework devoted to comprehensive and multi-disciplinary institutional objectives and orientation encompassing all aspects of energy, with a focus on energy-environment-development interactions. EMC has evolved a novel and comprehensive energy management approach including energy technology systems - both conventional and non-conventional, energy conservation in all sectors of the economy, energy resource management, rural and urban energy systems, energy education and training, energy generation and conservation based employment and poverty alleviation programmes. State Designated Agency: Energy Conservation Cell, Department of Energy, Govt. Of Orissa : The Department of Energy, Government of Orissa was created on 24th April, 1990 consequent upon bifurcation of the erstwhile Irrigation and Power Department, Government of Orissa. It is mainly responsible for three kinds of tasks. First it formulates plans, policies, acts, rules and undertakes developmental activities. Second it inspects and certifies all electrical installations in the state for adherence/compliance to acts, rules and safety standards. Collects electricity duty against energy sold. And third SDA Department of Energy investigates for expansion of generation, transmission and utilization of electricity. Department of Energy, Government of Orissa is a designated StDesignated Agency by Orissa who is responsible for collection of annual energy consumption data from the industries in Orissa state and submit the same to BEE. The SDA also responsible for bringing awareness of energy conservation in the respective states Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA): Government of Goa formed an empowered institutional mechanism in the name and style of Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) registed under the societies registration Act 1868. Since its inception 1996 , GEDA has put in significant efforts for promotion and popularization of renewable energy sources in goa. The mandate of GEDA is to promote non-conventional and renewable energy sources and gadgets through popularization campaigns, demonstrations and offer of incentives. While achieving the said objectives the public is also made aware of energy crisis, and adverse environmental impacts of conventional energy use. GEDA has also setup a scheme for promotion of energy savings and acts as the SDA of Goa. EMT International: The Government of India and Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of the Government of Germany jointly finance the Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN). The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and the German Development Cooperation GTZ are charged with implementation. The Programme is the major contributor to the implementation of the Energy Conservation Act of India. EMT International has designed and developed the website www.energymanagertraining.com which is supporting BEE by providing all mandatory information for successful implementation of Energy Conservation Act 2001. EMT International has been maintaining and regularly updating this website. This website disseminates the energy efficiency related information and facilitates better communication among BEE and all the stakeholders of the Energy Conservation Act. EMT International has been conducting specialised workshops under Life Long Learning (3L) Programme, on behalf of BEE, under IGEN Program. This provides learning for implementation of Energy Conservation Act 2001 for various industrial sectors. More than 60 workshops have been successfully organised and more than 2800 professionals attended these workshops.
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The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) : TERI was formally established in 1974 with the purpose of tackling and dealing with the immense and acute problems that mankind is likely to be faced with in the years ahead on account of the gradual depletion of the earths finite energy resources which are largely non-renewable and on account of the existing methods of their use which are polluting. By now TERI is a leading Indian non government organisation (NGO), a global think tank conducting research and analysis in the genre of energy and environment, a university with a vast focus; from micro organisms to global climate change and everything in between.

National Productivity Council (NPC): NPC is a national level organization to promote productivity culture in India. Established as a registered society in 1958 by the Government of India, it is an autonomous, tri-partite, non-profit organization with equal representation from the government, employers and workers organizations, apart from technical and professional institutions and other interests on its governing council. Besides providing training, consultancy and undertaking research in the area of productivity, NPC also implements the productivity promotion plans and programmes of the Tokyo based Asian Productivity Organization (APO), an inter-governmental body of which the Government of India is a founder member.

Anama Enertech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. : Anama Enertech Solutions is a consultancy entreprise that has a team of experienced BEE (Bureau of energy efficiency) accredited Energy Auditors, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, chemical engineers and technicians. The team has successfully completed projects at different types of industries such as hotels, steel industries, food industry, foundry, hospitals, auto ancillary units, commercial buildings, pharmaceutical units, & several others. In general the work of Anama Entertech Solutions is providing services to industrial sectors to improve their energy efficiency on a sustainable basis, thereby enhancing their competitive edge and profitability. Barefoot Orissa: Barefoot is a team of volunteers in PURI-ORISSA who devote their free time for the cause of Environment,Education, Energy and Employment. Their focus is more on tourism related activities where they work on proper tourism. Some recent activities includes beach cleaning, capacity building for grassroots level tourism workers, green rider rickshaw service where they have supported 50 rikshawpullers for better livelihood through tourism, training of life guards at Puri beach, energy conservation at school level, training of tourist police, employment generation through eco tourism project at Chilika lake, calibration of World Tourism Day in a larger scale to create awareness on tourism as a tool for employment generation. They are registered under society act as a volunteer organization to work at all the dist of Orissa. Ecoprofit Team India / Society for Enhancing Sustainability and Value of Organisations (SESVO): SESVO is a Not for Profit organization which is currently working in implementing ECOPROFIT concept in SMEs. It is closely associated with STENUM Consulting and Research, GmbH, Austria, (www.stenum.at) with whom they indulge the international expertise to Indian companies. Recently SESVO has been working out in finding the possibilities of implementing ECOPROFIT concept to the Hotel and Catering Industries also, as it is viable and is already proven in few European towns, where STENUM has executed the similar projects TUV SUD, South Asia: TV SD South Asia is a wholly owned subsidiary of TV SD Group, the largest technical inspectorate in Germany. Since the inception of the company in January 1995, it has established itselve as a quality certification, inspection and testing company in India. It sees its mission in creating increased safety and adding economic value. As process partners with comprehensive industry knowledge its teams of specialists provide early consultation and continuous guidance, thus achieving the optimisation of technology, systems and expertise.

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Refrecon Magic Systems Pvt. Ltd. (RMSPL): RMSPL provides appropriate technology solution to manage and conserve energy. Its main field is heat recovery at airconditioners and installation of desuperheaters.

In addition to these direct partnerships, this project is also working together with stakeholders that have been involved in setting up the content of the feasibility study: Ministry of Power Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Ministry of Tourism Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Association of India (FHRAI) AHAR, Association of hotels and restaurants in India Indian Heritage Hotel Associations Hotel Association of India (HAI) State Designated Agencies (SDAs) (West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and others) Tourism Development Corporations (TDCs) (Kerala, Goa, Orissa, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana) India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) Department of Tourism (Kerala, Goa, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana) Confederation of Indian Industries German Technical Cooperation - Advisory Services in Environmental Management (GTZ ASEM)

Most of these organisations have been approached and briefed on this campaign, and a list of all the collected contacts is attached at the Appendix in the following sections of this report.

4. Methodology for the preparation of the Master Plan


The masterplan is the final document that is prepared on the basis of the feasibility study conducted from October 2008 to December 2009 by Adelphi together with all the mentioned partners and associates mentioned in the former section.

Approach and Setup of the feasibility study


The feasibility study is divided into three main phases Initial phase, Mid phase, and the Final phase. Each next phase depended on results of the prior phase and thus made a project planning necessary. The initial phase consists of tasks involving setup of the action plan and planning of resource allocations that will be carried out throughout the duration of the feasibility study. It also includes initial approaches to possible stakeholders and identification, as well as tying up partnerships with the relevant stakeholders and contracting partners for work packages to be conducted in India. Areas of touristic importance and business travels were identified taking into account the various forms of tourism, travel, climatic conditions and thus technological variations and tourism solutions. The areas include New Delhi, Haryana, Goa, Kerala, Puri, Mumbai, Kolkata and Shimla. Interviews and meetings with partners and potential partners and various stakeholders were carried out in different locations throughout India.

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During the mid phase, the primary tasks evolved into setting up further actions that will be taken place in the feasibility study, taking into consideration the various input and opinion from stakeholders. The core task output during this phase is the conduct of the Conference and Coordination Workshop. This event gathered all the involved stakeholders and finalised the scope for the feasibility study. Further partnerships for the study were formed and the outcome is the establishment of the committees that would be involved in the feasibility study, which would also eventually be the executive team for the actual development of the campaign. Members along with their respective role were agreed upon and compiled in the form of a National Level Advisory Committee and several State Level Technical Committees. To obtain further content for the feasibility study, questionnaires were distributed to various hotel and restaurant enterprises via each of the Hotel and Restaurant Association of various regions in India. It is also distributed by the Technical Committees of the campaign and with this; preliminary energy audits were conducted among the selected respondents. In the final phase of the feasibility study, the framework towards the Master Plan was drafted. This would then be finalized in the Master Plan Workshop, among the involved stakeholders all throughout India. The workshop would bring together involved stakeholders in the energy and hospitality sector in India, who would primarily consist of members from the National Level Advisory Committee as well as the State Level Technical Committees. This workshop has the objective of finalizing the necessary aspects towards the deployment of the Master Plan for implementing the Energy Campaign of the Hotel and Catering Industry in India.

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Figure: Actionplan setup for the conduct of the feasibility study


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Interviews and bilateral meetings, setup of MoUs, circulation of PPR


Based on telephone conversations with identified potential partners meetings were setup from Germany. The potential partners were provided with a project description and a set of questions which would clarify the possible role in the feasibility study and the benefit being provided through the conduct of the campaign. These were further detailed on bilateral meetings in India which were conducted by the Adelphi team. In these meetings MoU were signed stating a general partnership and cooperation for the conduct of the campaign. A template of the MoU is attached in the appendix. A project progress report was regularly updated and downloadable for all partners from the project website. http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com. All MoMs of the meetings and the contact list of potential partners are attached in the appendix.

Baseline study
In the first phase a partner was identified to conduct a baseline study on the energy profiles of the Indian Hotel and Catering industry. On the basis of evaluation of 3 proposals received on the EOI TERI was chosen to conduct this Baseline study. The study based on the recent PPR which was updated and amended with existing studies partly being conducted by TERI itself. The content of the research work was given on the basis of an TOR covering the following aspects: 1. Research on Indian hotel and catering industry with regards to private-sector players and state decision-makers in addition to the existing basic research being provided by AC. 2. Compilation of existing data from BEE, TERI and FHRAI on energy profiles of the Indian hotel and catering industry as far as possible or if not accessible identification of conditions for achieving this data. Extensive Research and Analysis on further existing data bases on energy profiles and identifying conditions for achieving this data if not accessible. 3. Detailed research on the hotel and Catering industry in special touristic regions.: 3.1. Major Cities (Delhi, Mumbai,Kolkata) 3.2. Beach areas (Goa, Kerala) 3.3. Rural areas (Haryana, West Bengal) 3.4. Hill and Mountain areas (Darjeeling, Shimla), 3.5. Religious and cultural places travelled to by domestic tourists (Bhubaneshwar, Puri) (Tirupati, Varanasi) Research on the possible barriers that currently prevent the Hotel and Catering Industry in India to actually explore such energy efficient potentials. 4. Identifying local and regional potential partners in the private sector and at the government level especially hotel and restaurant associations , tourist development corporations (TDCs) and state designated agencies (SDAs) as well as other relevant stakeholders in the areas mentioned in 3.1 to 3.5 5. Inquire on possibilities for the participation in the coordination workshop of the assessed potential partners based on 4. in the areas mentioned under 3.1 to 3.5.

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6. Comment on the suggested campaign names (ECHCI or E-HotCat) and give suggestions for other campaign names. 7. Review of the approach and project plan for the feasibility study.

The complete TORS and the baseline study are included in the Appendix.

Conference and Coordination forum


The first effort to bring together all involved partners and stakeholders of the feasibility study as well as potential partners for the campaign a conference and coordination forum was organised on 28 -29 May 2009 in New Delhi. For the organisation of the coordination forum as well as for the finalisation meeting and other support tasks EOI for another Indian partner was circulated. After holding 10 interviews with various candidates in India it was decided on EMT International having vast experience in conducting workshops for the BEE and knowledge on EE and RE activities in the hotel and catering industry. The TORs for the activities are attached. For the conference an open call for papers was published enquiring on speakers for the three topics: 1. Existing know-how, available technologies on energy efficiency for the hospitality sector 2. E-HotCats financial setup: Possibility in raising funds by a CDM bundle project of all EE measures in the campaign 3. Standard, certification and labels for the hotel and catering industry in India 4. For the first two topics experts were chosen from the submitted papers. For the third topic no paper of appropriate quality was submitted and the topic was researched on in a later stage of the project. Partners additionally presented on: - Energy profile and energy efficiency improvement in Indian hotels - Hotel Industry in Kerala: An Energy Efficiency Perspective - Opportunities for Effective Energy Management in Hotels - Energy Efficiency in Hospitality Industry The open call and the agenda of the conference are attached in the appendix. The presentations are published on the website and attached in separate files. On the second day the organisational, technical and technological as well as the financial setup of the feasibility study were finalized and possible setups for the campaign discussed. Open points and missing information as well as further prerequisites for the implementation of the campaign were agreed on, which were the following: Development of a questionnaire which is necessary for collecting the relevant information to collect the data from target beneficiaries. Collection of information regarding energy audits conducted in the hotel and catering sector. Defining the organizational setup Development of baseline information and benchmarking system Funds for organizing training workshops

The full conference report is attached as a separate document.

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Master Thesis on Assessing the energy saving potentials in Indian Hotels


In order to elaborate recent figures for the saving potentials the master thesis Assessing the energy saving potentials in Indian Hotels was conducted as part of the feasibility study jointly with the Department of Earth Science from Uppsala University, Sweden. The findings of the thesis reveal technologically viable saving potentials of up to 50% in southern India. The results are part of the masterplan. The master thesis is attached as a separate document.

Master Plan Workshop and finalisation meeting


On the basis of the results of the coordination forum further research and interviews were conducted and compiled in a draft Master Plan. Also the results of the collected questionnaires on the energy profile of hotels and restaurants and the energy audits conducted by the Adelphi team jointly with the partners of the feasibility study were included in the Master Plan (still to be done with the recent EAs) Results to be included after the masterplan workshop. Agenda and report attached in the appendix

Overview of Methodology for the collection of new energy profiles


This section focuses on the methodology for the actions undertaken towards the content of the feasibility study, primarily consisting of energy profile questionnaire and the walkthrough energy audits. A one page energy profile questionnaire was prepared with the objective of gathering interested enterprises to be part of the energy campaign. It is an initial step to collect and build a database on hospitality enterprises that would be part of the campaign. The intention is to create a simple questionnaire to have an idea of the current energy profile and base on the received questionnaires, to select several hotels to conduct energy audit. The questionnaire is as per displayed in the appendix section of this paper and focuses on obtaining basic energy information of the facility as well as enquiring the interest in participating and being further associated with the energy campaign. It is divided into three primary sections General info of facility, energy scenario of a particular year, and a survey section with regards to interest in further information and association with the energy campaign. It contains a balance blend of general, technical and marketing element within the questionnaire. This questionnaire was being drafted and brought up during the Conference and Coordination Workshop, which was presented to the participating stakeholders. A session of discussion and finalisation of the questionnaire took place from various input and comments from the participants. Taking into account these remarks, the questionnaire was finalized and the distributions commenced. The channels of distribution were from the State Level Technical Committee as well as through the Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Association and various region hotel and restaurant associations throughout India. Upon the recipient of the questionnaires, selections were made on the few hotels to carry out preliminary energy audit in their facility. The energy audit is carried out based on walkthrough energy

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audit11, as well as placing special focus on identifying several sections that has the potential to implement energy savings measures. The following is a list of general procedures undertaken and information gathered during the walkthrough energy audit of the hotel site visit: 1. General info of the hotel 2. Hotel building plan and dimension sketch 3. Baseline energy description a. Passed energy consumption and bills, which includes electricity, oil, gas, and other fuel sources to understand the pattern and total energy consumption of the hotel b. Identify fuel type used to determine largest energy source usage c. Determine major energy use equipments to understand the energy distribution within the hotel d. Summarize the energy performance of the sector wise energy distribution 4. Energy analysis of the different sectors, including the building envelope, lighting, air conditioning, and domestic hot water production. 5. Recommendation of energy conservation measures The primary goal of the walkthrough energy audit is to identify sources and areas of potential energy saving throughout the hotel by measures of optimization, replacement, retrofitting, and on the other hand, to also provide recommendations on operational and maintenance practices improvements. During the walkthrough energy audit, several forms were used to understand and analyse the energy baseline of the enterprise. An energy data sheet was used to insert the different energy source mix that was used in the hotel for a certain period of time depending on the availability of their energy data. A template questionnaire was also referred to in order to have a basis of action during the walk through period. Upon that, the energy audit report is being written. Based on the data collected from the walkthrough energy audit, the baseline energy consumption is being calculated. The primary objective is to look into the achievable energy saving and greenhouse gas emission reduction.

Calculation of GHG emission reductions


In order to assess the GHG emission reductions, energy and environmental performance indices are established by quantifying the obtained energy data in terms of Energy Performance Indices (EPI) for the current and proposed scenario, which is categorized into Energy Utilization Index (EUI) and Carbon Emission Index (CEI). These energy and environmental indices are quantified in terms of kWh/room/day and kWh/m2/year as well as the tCO2/m 2/year to have an understanding of the current state of the hotel enterprises. The base case is used as the current situation and improvement measures are proposed on the base case to determine the energy savings achievable with the respective measures. Upon that, proposed data are being fed in to the calculation and the savings are evaluated based on the energy savings in terms of kWh, as well as their respective CO2 emission reduction. As for the supplied energy, its production also creates greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases that are being reduced with the undertaking of the proposed measures are also being estimated. This is taken into consideration by looking into the weighted emission factor of per MWh energy produced. Relevantly, the weighted emission factor of India provided by the Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Power, India, was used, which are shown as follows:

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Also known as Investment Grade Energy Audit as per officially termed by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency
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Weighted Average Emission Rate (tCO2/MWh) (incl. Imports) 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 NEWNE 0.84 0.82 0.81 South India 0.73 0.81 0.72 0.80 0.72 0.79

Weighted Average Emission Rate of Indian Grid. The data for the year 2007-2008 was used to calculate the emission resulted from the consumption of electricity in the enterprise of being conducted energy audit. Base on the electricity consumption, the tCO2 is calculated. By taking into account a 5% transmission and distribution losses which gives a value of 0.758. Similarly, the emission resulted from the consumption of different fuel source in the hotels were used to calculate the tCO2 emission due to the respective energy fuel source. Weighted average specific emission for fossil fuel is based on the factors given by National Productivity Council, India 12. The factor for oil is 0.29 tCO2/MWh while gas has a factor of 0.21 tCO2/MWh. In addition to this, the support of software was used to assess the energy saving potentials. The software used is RETScreen Clean Energy Project Analysis Software. RETScreen primarily looks into the viability of energy efficiency measures in a wide range of buildings, and is useful for new constructions and retrofits. It could be segmented to various energy consuming sections, which gives it flexibility and high customization capability. Using the input of energy source such as electricity and fuels, the software then allows the settings of the current situation to provide a base case scenario, which would be the baseline energy consumption of the current setting in the hotel. It is then possible to look into the recommendation and propose new retrofitting measures to calculate the new proposed case consumption. It also provides an emission analysis section where the amount of greenhouse gases saved with regards to the proposed recommendation is calculated. It is based on Microsoft Excel and the spreadsheet method of using this software is very intuitive, as well as providing sufficient depth of detail and requirement. It also serves the purposed of assessing both the energy consumed as well as the GHG emission analysis. These methodologies were undertaken towards the more technical content section of the feasibility study.

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5. Organisational Setup of the campaign


The organisational setup of the campaign reflects the activity of the partners involved in the feasibility study. This setup is suggested for the first stage of the campaign with the vision of extending it to other regions and involving more partners. The structure of the setup aims at representing the interests of the target group in the best possible way.

Target Group
The direct target group of the project are private multiplier as well as government bodies relevant in this sector. These should have the competence to reach out to government and private hotels and restaurants, catering industry, bars, clubs as well as government owned establishments. As many of the larger companies in the higher star rated categories have already implemented energy efficiency measures, the main targeted industries are rather to be seen in small and medium enterprises. For the feasibility study tourist hot spots as well as business centres will be prioritised. The Conference and Coordination Workshop came to consent on the designated target for the campaign, which includes: Hotels > 10 rooms Restaurants more than 50 seats. All institutes and hotel managements, hospitality enterprises All other enterprises related to hospitality having a connected load of more than 500 KW and fall under Energy Conservation Act 2001.

Areas for the implementation of the first phase


Communications in the course of the feasibility study have shown that the following areas and regions could be of main interest for the setup of the campaign and should be focused on in the phase-I of the campaign. Reasons for the selection are of three kind: 1. Areas mojor corporate hospitality centers and tourism hot spots 2. Areas represent the variety of climatical conditions and thus different technological approaches 3. Areas in which partners could be identified who have come up with own initiatives, are interested in implementing the campaign and have committed there active participation in signing a MoU. Major Cities (Delhi, Kolkata) Beach areas (Goa, Kerala) Rural areas (Haryana, West Bengal) Hill and Mountain areas (Shimla, Darjeeling and Sikkim) Religious and cultural places travelled to by domestic tourists (Bhubaneswar, Puri)

Upon which the replication and distribution could be explored to further regions and eventually conceiving the entire country. Ultimately, it shall be a self sustaining campaign reaching out to all
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areas where the demand and necessity of the services of the campaign is given and benefits of the campaign are concluded.

Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) Approach


Organizations and entities that are involved in this campaign are identified and engaged in joining the energy campaign. Generally it can be distinguished in to different approaches: Government approach The government owned hotels can be approached together with the TDC which cooperate with the SDAs and hotel and tourist associations on the state level. Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Ministry of Tourism jointly identify the designated consumers and voluntarily bring awareness about energy efficiency in hotels. The BEE can coordinate the different state level partnerships. According to the governmental setup in each state different partnerships and cooperation models are to be chosen. These partnerships are not only limited to the governmental hotels and restaurants in their reach out but can also approach private enterprises. Private approach Private hotel and restaurant associations as well as tourism associations and research institutes can approach the private enterprises. The hotel and restaurant associations have a fundamental role in approaching the private hotels and restaurants. Existing newsletters and magazines can be used for promotion and dissemination purposes.

Government Approach
Ministries (MoP, MoT, MNRE), BEE, TDCs, SDAs,

Private Approach
FHRAI, HRAEI, regional hotel & restaurant and tourism associations, companies, NGOs, ESCOs

Hotel & Catering Enterprises


(both Government & Private owned)

Figure: Government and private approach to Hotels and Restaurants

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Decision structure and organizational setup of the campaign


The Conference and Coordination Workshop has managed to initiate the organizational setup of the feasibility study and also the realization campaign. Defining roles and responsibilities of each of the involved partners were identified.

S ecreta ry supportsin org anisation and administration and production of services S ecreta ry supportesin administration, org anisation and im plem entation supported by Energy consultants, and financing org anisations in im plem enting EE and RE m easures

AC

(national level)

BEE, MoP, MoT, MNRE, FHRAI

Send a representative

TCs

(state, regional level)


Poovar Island Resort, Trivandrum

Kerala EMC, KTDC, KHTC, TTAG, HRASI

Eastern India, HRAEI, ODoE, Barefoot, TDC, SEB,

Individual Hotels and chains

KTDC Hotels in Kerala

Leela Group of Hotels

Hotel Shakti International

Figure: Possible organizational setup for the campaign (selected examples of TCs)

National Level Advisory Committee (AC)


In the realization of E-HotCat, the national level Advisory Committee (AC) shall take charge and oversee the organizational, administrative and advisory task of the campaign. It is well represented by the governmental institutions, private associations and NGOs, it includes one representative of each of the regional of the Technical Committees (TC) as well as members of the secretary representing private companies and institutes who would be organizing the meetings and implementing the decisions. The Advisory Committee constituted with the following members: BEE (Sanjay Seth) MoP (Rita Acharyan) TBC MoT (Vikath Rustagi) MNRE (Sant Ram) FHRAI (Harish Sud) HRAEI (Alok Chowdhury) BEE (Sanjay Seth) Mr. Jens Burgtorf / Dr. Rudolf Rauch (GTZ IGEN)
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Representatives of the Technical Committees being members of the Advisory Committee Dharesan Unnithan (TC Kerala) Pyari Mohan Mishra (TC Eastern India) B.S.Yadav (TC North India) Dr. Varde (TC Goa)

Attached secretary taking part in the Advisory Committee meetings: Ashok Kumar EMT International, (BEE coordination) Pawan Kumar (NPC national level) Pradeep Kumar (TERI national level) Pramod Kembhavi (Anama Enertech national level) Sanjay Dube (ICF International national level)

State Level Technical Committee (TC)


The Technical Committee which consists of the three regions of Eastern, Northern and Kerala shall take charge of the technical components of the campaign which includes energy audits, technical reports, technical implementations and consultation tasks. In which all three regions has a representative in the Advisory Committee, as well as being the lead and taking charge of the activities designated within their region.

Kerala TC EMC (head) KTDC Kerala Tourism Department, KHRA TTAG HRASI

Eastern TC HRAEI (head) SDA (Department of Energy, Gov. of Orissa Energy Cell) Barefoot HRAO HAP OTDC WBTDC WBSEB

Northern TC HPSEB (head) HAREDA HTDC DPRE Department of Tourism HPTDC

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Goa TC GEDA (head) TTAG GTDC DoT Goa

Secretary (campaign staff attached to the AC and to the TCs)


The secretary is attached to the AC and TC committees and responsible for the organization and preparation of the meetings and implementation of the activities decided on. Their main members are companies, NGOs and Institutes which conduct activities related to energy consultancy and hospitality services. Partners of the feasibility study are prone to be members of the secretary: Adelphi Consult EMT International TERI NPC Anama Enertech SESVO Barefoot ICF Refrecon Magic TUV Further ESCOs

Role of the partners


The finalization of roles of each of the partners and the coordination among this group during the campaign has been discussed in various options in the course of the feasibility study. The results of the discussions reflecting the different roles of each group during the actual campaign are given below:

Advisory Committee at the National Level:


Ministry of Power and BEE Endorse the campaign as official patron Be part of the advisory committee Take over the overall coordination with the FHRAI in the Advisory Committee Backing the governmental approach to the departments of Energy and SDAs, Possible financial support for the implementation of pilot projects in the field of Energy Efficiency.
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Advise and prepare decisions on technological approaches regarding Energy Efficiency in the campaign

Ministry of Tourism Endorse the campaign as official patron Be part of the advisory committee, Possible financial support for the Advisory Committee secretary and the technical committee secretaries. Backing the governmental approach to the Departments of Tourism, ITDC and TDCs, Advise and prepare decisions on measures concerning hospitality issues Ministry of New and Renewable Energies Endorse the campaign as official patron Be part of the advisory committee Possible financial support for the implementation of pilot projects in the field of new and renewable energies. Advise and prepare decisions on technological approaches regarding New and Renewable Energies. FHRAI and other national Associations in the hotel and catering industry: Be part of the Advisory Committee Approach and coordinate with the regional and local Hotel associations regarding the services of the campaign Communicate with national hotel chains and the government bodies on the national level and communicate the interest of the members of the association. ITDC

Be part of the Advisory committee Approach the government owned ITDC hotels with the services of the campaign. Advise and prepare decisions for the measures to be conducted for ITDC hotels

Technical Committees at the regional and state level:


State Designated Agencies for EE, Energy Development Agencies, Departments of Energy: Head the Technical Committee jointly with the regional Hotel and Restaurant Association Overall coordination of the implementation of the technological measures of the campaign Provide technical support to the regional and local Hotel associations and departments of Tourism as well as the Tourism Development Corporations in taking their decisions. Regional and local Hotel associations: Approach and coordinate with the Hotels and Hotel chains Collect the data and communicate them with the SDAs on the state level Be part of / head the technical committee Decide on the scope and of measures for their members Select their member hotels and restaurants for the conduct of Energy audits as well as the setup of pilot projects Departments of Tourism and Tourism Development Corporations:
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Be part of the technical committees Approach the government owned hotels with the services of the campaign Decide on the scope and of measures in the government owned hotels and restaurants Select the hotels and restaurants for the conduct of Energy audits as well as the setup of pilot projects

Secretary for the AC and TC


Private Companies, NGOs and Institutes Support all the activities of the AC and TCs Conduct all the organizational and administrational work of the campaign Develop and implement the technical services of the campaign i. e. Conduct Energy Audits and provide consultancy services to the members of the campaign Support the individual Hotels in the implementation of EEM and RET projects Acquire funds for the implementation of pilot projects Support the advisory and technical committees with additional services which they are contracted for

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Technological Options and their potentials


Various energy conservation and efficiency measures as well as renewable energy technologies are being practiced in the hospitality sector worldwide. The benefits are significant and the adaptations in these implementations are regionally specific. Knowledge and information sharing among the industry players in terms of the political and technical groundwork would save much energy, some even without much investment.

Systemwise breakup of energy consumption


Ventilation sy stem 11% Pumps 14% Airconditioning sy stem 42%

Lighting 18% Kitchen equipment 15%


Figure: Electrical System Distribution of an average hotel13 In order to approach the most Energy intensive areas and systems a study on the systemwise breakup of the Hotel has to be conducted first. An average hotel in India spend most of its Energy on HVAC comprising of ACs (42%), pumps (14%) and Ventilation system (11%) and thus contributing to around two third of the whole energy comsumption. In order to assess the GHG emission reduction the sources of energy are of interest, each having other GHG emission factors. In Indian Hotels Electricity is the main source of Energy also having the highest GHG factor in comparison to LPG and LDO (compare the chapter of Calculation of GHG emission reductions in Part 4 of this Document) On the basis of these general approaches in order to identify saving potentials, the individual setup of each hotel or Restaurant has to be assessed with the help of an energy audit. For the first rapid assessment an walkthrough audit is suitable. For the implementation of certain measures in more detailed in debth audits are necessary.

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Sourcewise breakup of Energy Consumption in Indian Hotels


LPG 8%

LDO 32% Electricity 60%

Figure: Sourcewise breakup f the Energy consumption of an average Indian Hotel 14

Accessing Energy Saving Potential with Walkthrough Energy Audits


Walkthrough energy audits have been undertaken to access the energy saving potential that exist in the several hospitality enterprises in India. These are selected based on the response from the 1 page preliminary energy questionnaire that was distributed by the SDAs and the various hotel and restaurant associations. For the feasibility study 5 walkthrough audits were conducted together with local partners in 4 of the prior identified areas. In the following short summaries of the results are given: KTDC Samudra Hotel, Kerala In both hotels in Kerala that were conducted walkthrough energy audit, there exist substantial energy saving potential in the hotels. In KTDC Samudra Hotel, there is potential savings on its building envelope and air conditioning section of energy consumption, as well as the installation of solar water heater. The baseline energy assessment has revealed a current Energy Utilization Index of 270.56 kWh/m2/year, with an equivalency of 47.79 kWh/room/day, while the Carbon Emission Index was 0.1519 tCO2/m2/year. Several measures on energy conservation measures were recommended based on the observations as well as the utilization of software projections. Some of the aspects that could be improved includes the diesel generator efficiency, wall and roof insulations, using Variable Frequency Drive for air conditioning, and the installation of solar water heater, to list a few. By taking into consideration these recommendations, the energy consumption of the hotel would reduce, and the new EUI that could be achieved would be lowered to 154.49 kWh/m 2/year and 28.54 kWh/room/day respectively, while the CEI is also lowered to a value of 0.0784 tCO 2/m2/year. This translates to a 42.9% build up area energy intensity reduction and 40.3% room wise energy intensity reduction. The GHG emission intensity shall also reduce 48.4% with the implementation of these energy saving measures.

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Poovar Island Resort, Kerala As for Poovar Island Resort, Kerala, its building envelope and air conditioning section has huge saving potential. The baseline energy assessment has revealed a current Energy Utilization Index of 370.91 kWh/m2/year, with an equivalency of 54.13 kWh/room/day, while the Carbon Emission Index was 0.2069 tCO2/m2/year. Several measures on energy conservation measures were recommended based on the observations as well as the utilization of software projections. Some of the aspects that could be improved includes the diesel generator efficiency, wall and roof insulations, using Variable Frequency Drive for the refrigeration and air conditioning, and the insulation of the laundry tumble drier heater, to list a few. By taking into consideration these recommendations, the energy consumption of the hotel would reduce, and the new EUI that could be achieved would be lowered to 184.63 kWh/m2/year and 31.37 kWh/room/day respectively, while the CEI is also lowered to a value of 0.1274 tCO2/m2/year. This translates to an 50.2% build up area energy intensity reduction and 42.0% room wise energy intensity reduction. The GHG emission intensity shall also reduce 38.0% with the implementation of these energy saving measures. Three more walkthrough energy audit in Delhi, Puri and Goa shall take place and shall then access the energy saving potential that further exist in the hospitality industry in India. This information is yet to be included in the document

Hotel Vikram, New Delhi Hotel Shakti International, Puri Majorda Beach Resort, Goa

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Energy Efficiency Measure EEM


The findings of the feasibility study shall now be utilized for the actual practical conduct of EEM and RET in context of the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India, The following diagram portrays some of the major areas in which EEM and RET projects could be setup.

In the following chapters some of the possible EEM and RET are being mentioned briefly. Many existing hotel guides and audit reports have more details and are suggested to be referred to for a more comprehensive overview of available technologies. The selected technologies in this document only represent a few examples.

Heat, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) Efficiency


Conditioning of air in hospitality facilities is vital to ensure comfort of the guests. Being a very fundamental yet crucial segment of the facilities, this system also consumes the most electricity out of the overall consumption.

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The energy consumption varies according to the setup and the installation of the system as well as with the maintenance. Decisions for new setups are often expensive and have long paybck periods, though also 15having the highest saving potentials. Shorter payback periods can be achieved in optimizing the existing system. In order to address the most important consumers in the AC system and thus target at the highest saving potentials a look at the equipment wise energy breakup shows that compressors and water pumps are the major consumers of energy.

Equipmentwise energy consumption breakup of AC system


Fan coil units 2% Air handling units 16% Package units 6%

Cooling towers 6% Condenser water pumps 7%

Compressors 50%

Chilled water pumps 13%

Figure: Equipmentwise energy consumption breakup of an average AC system of a Hotel Central cooling system, ensure that cooling system power loads are tailored to your hotel's specific needs System management to use HVAC only when needed Occupancy sensors for HVAC units installed in offices and unoccupied guest rooms Insulation: Insulate all heating and cooling lines/vessels using appropriate insulation thickness to minimize heat gains or losses. Building Envelope: Optimize the effective space requiring air conditioning through measures such as false ceilings and segregation of critical areas for air conditioning by air curtains. Building Heat Load Minimization: Minimize the air conditioning loads by measures such as roof cooling, roof reflectance, efficient lighting, optimal thermostat setting of temperature of air conditioned spaces, sun film applications, etc. Solar Heat Gain Control: Install awnings, overhangs, or low e-coated windows with low Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) for renovation and new construction. Select high-efficiency units when replacing HVAC equipment: Reduce energy bills by selecting higher-efficiency air conditioning units. Although some high-efficiency units may be more expensive than average-efficiency units, the higher initial payment can be recovered through increased energy savings in as little as two to five years. 16 Combined Airconditioners and waste heat recoveries can save energy needed for warm water heating

15 16

TERI 2009, Baseline Assessment Report for EHotCat http://www.ase.org/section/topic/ee_hotels/hotel_hvac. Assessed on 14 November 2008.
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Insulation/ Building envelope


Insulation in the property should be one of the top priority. Although the investement for in retrofitting of existing buildings is expensive and payback periods are long simple insultation and sealing of leakages are one of the cheapest way to improve energy efficiency and have short payback periods, often in months. To prevent outdoor air and temperature from infiltrating conditioned space, install highefficiency doors and windows wherever possible. Seal door jambs and below doors, especially in hotels with outside access to rooms. Glazing or films for windows is another option, particularly for buildings in which window replacement is neither cost-effective nor practical. Glazing lowers the emissivity (i.e. radiation) of surfaces and reduces ultraviolet rays responsible for fading fabrics and furnishings. Double Glazing of windows will reduce heat loss compared to a single glazed window by up to 70%. 17 Shades curtains and architectural elements, trees Insulated roof area, especially rooftops exposed to direct sunlight Wall insulation, especially on walls exposed to direct sunlight

Ducts/ Duct Sealing


Efficient production of conditioned and heated air would be wasteful if the distribution of it is being leaked along the delivery process. Thus it is vital to ensure that the central air conditioning is being dispensed effectively to the intended areas in the hospitality facility. For central air conditioning to be efficient, ducts must be airtight detect and correct duct leaks newly sealed ducts reduced their energy consumption by 16% 18 Thoroughly examine ducts, filters, intakes and all other parts of the air circulation and delivery system To keep conditioned air inside, check and repair any leaks in seals and insulation around building partitions and ductwork in the HVAC system.

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http://www.sustainablehotel.co.uk/Improve_insulation.html http://www.ornl.gov/info/ornlreview/rev28_2/text/duct.htm
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Figure: Common areas of Energy losses with ducts19

Figure explanation: A. Leaky duct connection B. Return leaks C. Furniture blocking register D. Leaks at furnace and filter slot and duct tape failure E. Fallen duct insulation F. Supply leaks G. Kinks in ductwork

Ceiling Fan Efficiency


Ceiling fans in hospitality facilities are sometimes overlooked in terms of their electricity consumption. Yet with their 24/7 operational period, their cumulative consumption should not be ignored. Typical ceiling fans, through inefficient blade and motor design, convert only approximately 1% to 2% of the energy reaching the motor is converted into beneficial air movement. There are several measures that could be carried out to make the fans perform more efficiently. By twisting and tapering the blade they can achieve up to 40% more airflow than a conventional fan while using the same motor. The combination of the blades and the smaller motors allow these fans to use approximately 50% less energy than a typical fan. Advanced remote controls that turn the fans on and off and adjust their speed based on room temperature. Motion sensors, which turn the fans on or off when someone walks into the room 20

Lighting
Though not being the primary consumer of the hospitality facilitates, lighting is usually one of the best and simplest opportunity to reduce energy cost. In addition to this, efficient lighting provides immediate, consistent savings with no impact on the overall guest experience. Several measures that could be taken includes:
19 20

Occupancy censor and a low-level nightlight feature Key activated lightings Lights upgraded to use energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs Timers during off-peak hours

www.consumerenergycenter.org/home/tightenup/ducts.html http://www.fypower.org/res/tools/products_results.html?id=100194. Assessed on 10 November 2008.


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De-lamping unneeded fixtures especially those behind the scenes that does not affect guest experience and comfort In hotel office places, install task-lighting, that directs light exactly where it is needed, LED task lighting Lighting for signage LED Using low wattage CFLs or LEDs instead of conventional incandescent lighting

Table: Comparison of electricity costs between LED lights and Incandescent Bulbs 21

Water Management
More water used means more energy required to provide the heated water and the sewage of it. To save on the energy required, there is a need to identify: How much water used Where the major usage occurs Which of these can be improved Apart from identifying the source and utilizations, some measures could be taken: Water Quantity savings Low flow pre-rinse spray valve, save on water, sewer charges and energy costs and improve the cleaning of dishes and cutlery, and pays back for itself in less than two months. High-efficiency pumps replace most water circulation pumps The adoption of a linen and towel reuse program Ultra-Low-Flush (ULF) Toilets - Low flow toilets can save 4-6 gallons of water per flush. Low flow shower heads can reduce consumption by 50% or more. Installing aerators on faucets can save between 3 and 17 gallons per day, per faucet.

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Bureau of Energy Efficiency Energy Management in your hotel

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Hot Water Generation Savings Boilers: Install high efficiency condensing boilers for heating hot water All gas and propanefired boilers should be modulating condensing boilers with efficiencies higher than 90 percent. This is about 30 percent more efficient than most older boilers. Also, condensing boilers operate very efficiently at low loads. Most new installations utilize two or more smaller, modular boilers rather than a large boiler. Install a high efficiency hot water heater New high efficiency hot water heaters use much less energy to heat water for kitchen, pool andguestrooms. In warm months, reduce outside air outside intake, especially when enthalpy is high Many facilities bring in too much outside air during warm and humid periods. Repair (and upgrade where necessary) insulation on steam, hot water and chilled water piping. Consider wicking insulation on chilled water piping Much of the installation on existing steam, hot water and chilled water piping was installed when energy was cheaper. Additional insulation will further reduce piping losses. Install variable speed drive(s) on the hot water pumping system(s) All continuously operating hot water pumps should have variable speed drives that reduce pumping energy during periods of low hot water use. Obtain free hot water from the chiller(s) or other air conditioning units. Consider adding a new heat recovery chiller to produce hot water Facilities which require cooling most of the year can obtain free hot water from their refrigeration equipment. 22

Combined Heat Power / Cogeneration


A local in house CHP reduces the dependency of the hospitality facility to the grid. This will create a setting which is independent of the fluctuation of electrical tariff prices and also electricity outage. This means having a self controlled on site generation of electricity. Though the usage of gas shall increase to operate the CHP, it would be efficient and economical as the transfer losses are reduced as compared to long distance transmissions of electricity through the grid. The following figure illustrated the savings that could be achieved with CHP.

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Energy Efficiency Opportunities: The Lodging Industry


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Figure illustrates the comparison of consumptions with CHP and conventional method.

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In addition to this, CHP could contribute to energy reliability and cost savings in the hotel and catering industry in India by: Reduce operating costs and control rising energy costs. Ensure the availability of reliable hot water and electricity supply. Increase energy efficiency and improve environmental performance. Larger hotels with central cooling systems can use larger CHP systems (i.e., 300 kW and greater) by incorporating absorption chillers that increase thermal energy recovery and provide both air conditioning and heating.24 Using fossil fuel (gas) to generate electricity on site. Though the fossil fuel consumption will increase, any rise in gas cost will be offset by the saving in electricity cost. Cost savings - CHPs high efficiency leads to a reduction in the use of primary energy. Precious fuels are used much more efficiently, so less is used. And less fuel used means significantly lower energy costs to the end user. Savings vary, but can be between 15% and 40% compared to imported electricity and on-site boilers. Increased security and power quality - CHP systems can be designed to continue to operate and serve essential loads during an interruption to mains power supplies, increasing security of energy supplies. CHP can also supply higher-quality power than that from the grid - this can be important for computer data centres etc. 25 Heat efficiency can be raised by 30 percent as compared to separated generation. Centralized heat supply is 50-percent more efficient than small boilers. 26

Renewable Energy Technologies RET


Solar Water Heating (SWH)
The continuing increases in the sector's electricity tariffs as well as problems associated with the electricity supply such as outages and voltage fluctuations have aided the market for solar hot water systems. Most parts of India receive high amounts of solar radiation, which makes SWH systems financially viable. MNRE operating through the IREDA and other public sector organizations provides soft loans to domestic and institutional solar hot water systems, which makes the investment more attractive. All these factors have contributed to the installation of over half a million square metres of collector area in the country. Currently, a lot of hotel uses individual water heater. Solar water heating can be very attractive financially when compared to electric resistance water heaters in areas where the cost of electricity is high. In areas with frequent electric outages, a SWH system can enhance the reliability of the overall water heating system. This is particularly relevant in an application such as a hotel, where the availability of hot water is highly valued.
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CHPClub. 2004. CHP in Hotels: a Guide for Owners and Managers. Available online at: http://62.121.14.27/Documents/pdf/NewsLetters/CHPGuide2004.pdf. Assessed on 1 December 2008 24 http://www.epa.gov/CHP/markets/hotel_fs.html. Assessed on 10 November 2008 25 http://www.chpa.co.uk/. Assessed on 10 November 2008 26 http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200412/09/eng20041209_166706.html. Assessed on 12 November 2008
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The piping design is critical in thermosiphon systems to avoid reverse-siphoning, air locks, slow circulation and corrosion problems. Where SWH systems replace or augment electric water heaters, they can serve as a good demand side management and load shaving option for electric utilities.

It is estimated that the annual O&M cost of the central solar water heating (SWH) system is lower than the cost of maintaining individual electric water heaters in 70 guest rooms. It is estimated that for the base case, the individual electric water heaters would need to be replaced at a rate of 8 water heaters (at INR2,500) every 10 years. This constitutes a periodic credit of INR20,000 for the SWH system. 27

Figure: Dish of a 150 KW Solar Water Heating System

Solar Photovoltaic (PV)


A rooftop or on-site solar PV array can reduce dependence upon the electricity grid and also replace diesel-fueled backup generators, when it is used in combination with a backup system. Solar PV is eligible for central financial assistance when it replaces diesel generators in urban areas (see Chapter 8). In addition, solar energy can become eligible for feed-in tariffs, which set a fixed, higher price for solar PV fed into the grid, depending upon future regulation by the Indian Government or State Governments. Solar PV is still expensive but can become attractive depending upon use and availability of subsidies or feed-in tariffs. A solar system can consist of several components28,29: Solar modules. These deliver the electricity and can be bought specifically for on-grid or offgrid performance. They are combined in an array. Structure and interconnections A solar inverter. This device is necessary for feeding electricity into the grid. It converts DC output into AC. It will usually have an integrated net meter to measure the electricity fed in. A backup system (including battery). This is particularly useful when the solar PV array replaces (part of) diesel generator capacity.

In terms of the current subsidy regime and the off-the-shelf backup systems that are available, replacement can be attractive for individual diesel generators up to 100 kW output. A study by C.R. Bhattacharjee in the eNREE newsletter finds that solar arrays are competitive with diesel generators in India at the micro level (20-30 kW) under current incentive regimes, at a cost of around 12 rupees per
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http://www.retscreen.net/ang/case_studies_heating_solar_water_heater_hotel_motel_india.php. Assessed 10 November 2008. 28 http://www.solarbuzz.com/Consumer/SolarSystem.htm. Accessed 24 November 2009. 29 http://www.terienvis.nic.in/enrg-solar.htm. Accessed 24 November 2009
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kWh.30 Due to constantly decreasing cost for solar PV, uncertain cost for diesel fuel, and expected future incentives, a solar PV array can be an attractive option for replacing aging diesel generators.

Biogas from food wastes


Biogas plants can be purchased to recycle food wastes and leftovers from the kitchen and restaurant on-site, and process these into a mix of methane and carbon dioxide known as biogas. The generated gas can then be used for cooking, heating, lighting, or generating electricity. Biogas plants can be bought at any size, from compact biogas for home use to industrial-sized facilities. A sample biogas plant project using 600 kg a day of kitchen waste of a canteen shows a cost of Rs. 3.25 lakh, a tax benefit of 1.15 lakh and a payback period for biogas as a partial replacement of LPG of less than a year with tax benefits, or less than two years without tax benefits. 31

Figure: Processing cycle of Biogas generation from food wastes 32

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C.R. Bhattacharjee. Is solar power competitive as stand-by resource. eNREE Vol 5 Issue 2&3. http://www.biogreenenergy.com/kwpcase.htm 32 http://www.regeneratebiogas.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/what-is-biogas-v2.jpg
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Management and staff practices measures


Beside technological measures also behavioral changes of the staff could help to significantly decrease the energy consumption. The EHotCat Project lays emphasis on this fact and focuses also on behavioral changes. Immediate actions to reduce energy wastage include 33: Check whether the lights are switched off once rooms have been serviced. Regardless of the amount of daylight available, it is likely that lights will be switched on when the housekeeping team enter rooms for cleaning. It is worth checking whether or not the lights are needed and if they are turned off. Make sure that light fittings and windows are routinely cleaned. Dirty windows or light fixtures can reduce lighting levels by as much as 50%, prompting guests to turn on lights. Never leave appliances in stand-by mode if not necessary. Consumption of appliances can be as high as 40% of that required when fully operational All staff, but especially the housekeeping team should be trained to shut windows and doors when heating or air conditioning is operating. The mini bars should be switched off whenever rooms are unoccupied.

Payback Periods
The table below illustrates the payback periods of some of the above mentioned technological energyefficiency measures. A short term payback period indicates that in average the amortization period of the implementation of such a measure is less than one year. Medium term measures have got an average payback period of between 1-3 years and long term measures of more than 3 years.

Section

Measures Tuning of Boiler/ Hot water generator

Payback Period No investment

Boiler/Hot water generator

Fuel Substitution High Speed Diesel (HSD) to Light Diesel Oil (LDO) Condensate recovery Improvement in insulation Trap repair & leakage reduction Increase in evaporator set temp Chiller pump optimization Installation of VFDs for condenser/chilled water pumps Timer controls for air handling unit blowers

No investment Short term Medium term No investment No investment No investment Medium term Short term Medium term

Steam distribution

Chilled water system

Lighting

Replacement of incandescent lamps with milky effect CFL

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Stoppage of excess lighting in daytime Voltage control in areas like kitchens, laundry, back office etc. 5 6 7 Water Management Solar Water Heating Solar Pholtovoltaics Low flow pre-rinse spray valve Installation of SWH systems Installation of PV array Increase evaporator set point temperature 8 HVAC Installation of VFD for secondary chilled water pumps Using HVAC only when needed Replacement of Aluminum blades by FRP blades for cooling tower 9 Cooling Tower On-Off control for cooling tower fan and pump based on basin temperature and AC load Detection and correction of duct leaks and replacement of old ducts Installation of a Desuperheater Installation of local on-site Combined Heat Power Plant Installation of biogas plant Twisting and tapering the blade 14 Ceiling Fan Efficiency Installation of motion sensors Installation of smaller motors Double Glazing of windows 15 Insulation/ Building envelope Seal door jambs Glazing or films for windows

No investment Medium term

Short term Long term Long term No investment Medium term No investment Medium term

Short term Short Term Medium Term Long Term Short to medium term Short Term Short Term Short to medium Term Long Term Short Term Short to Medium Term

10 11 12 13

Duct/Duct Sealing Desuperheater Combined Heat Power / Cogeneration Biogas Plant

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6. Technical setup of the services of the campaign


Developing an energy campaign would require several services of implementation. These will serve as the technical aspects of the energy campaign and the core elements that would take place. In view of this, several technical setups to achieve the goals and objectives of the energy campaign would be established.

Fact sheets and checklists


Energy fact files consist of detailed information with a certain focus towards a specific topic on each release of the fact file. It would be composed in manner which will serve the purpose of keeping participants up to date to recent development and in energy saving possibilities. These energy factsheets are portrayed in an intuitive and easy to follow manner, which emphasizes on the ease of adapting and taking action for the participating members of the energy campaign. Each release of the fact sheet would be classified into various sections which could consist of: Immediate measures Coverage of the different involved sectors within the facility Technologies that could be implemented Role of management Role of staffs

By benchmarking with past and ongoing similar projects, these fact sheets determine the sections of energy saving measures in the hotel and catering industry that could be carried out by the participants. Moreover, the information shall be adapted to the hospitality sector of the Indian context. A new set of fact sheets are to be distributed to participating members of the campaign every three months to keep them up to date and with renewed ideas and themes for energy conservation for their facilities. The fact sheets shall also showcase various actual case studies of similar cases with regards to the specific theme of the issue. This would provide a realistic view and perspective of the saving potential that could be achieved, and instill confidence for implementing and taking into action such energy conservation measures.

Manuals
In addition to the fact sheets, a manual for the participants would be prepared. This would serve as a practical handbook for hotel and restaurant owners, management and staffs with regards to energy efficiency.It would consist of overall information of the whole energy campaign, including various measures and actions that could be undertaken by the participants with regards to energy saving in their facility. This would serve as the primary reference of participants, in addition to the fact sheets which provide further information and updates with regards to a specific topic or energy saving theme. The manual also would contain information for the management, as well as materials to train and to share with staffs.
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The manual would be based on various existing established manuals, with the focus of adapting towards the local Indian hospitality context. It would be the core handbook of information related to the energy campaign for the hotel enterprises.

Website
The official website of the Energy Campaign will serve as the main communication and resource pool between the various involved stakeholders, primarily for the participating hotel and catering enterprises. The website would be registered under a new domain name and a suitable web hosting options would be undertaken. It would be an efficient method of reaching out to the parties involved and would be updated with resources and information relevant to the campaign in a cost effective way. Various elements have been determined, and along with suitable and relevant content, the website will be presented in a preferred and intuitive layout. The website will be closely linked to the BEE, MoT and MNRE website as well as the EMT website making use of the excisting databases, calculators and compiled information. The website would be based on previous and currently ongoing successful web portals such as the one in the German Energy Campaign for the Hospitality Sector. However, it would be adapted to the context of the Indian environment. It would serve as a core technical and communication service of the Energy Campaign as it enables easy access of the participants along with taking advantage of the useful functions that are featured on it. Some of them which would include: Best Practice Database of both national and international case studies. This database would consist of case study entries of various hospitality enterprises which shows the amount of energy and cost saving that is achieved by implementing energy conservation measures in their facilities. Online Energy Calculator, which would allow a quick assessment of the energy that could be saved for a particular hospitality enterprise with the implementation of a certain energy conservation measure. This is done by calculation with reference to common and standard figures which provides a preliminary understanding of the potential that exist in terms of energy and cost saving. Consultant Database & Vendor Guide . A database that allows the search of available consultants that could fulfill the requested energy conservation measure. This is done by taking into consideration the desired energy saving task, the achieving goal, along with location of the capable consultant. It would then list out and compare the available contractors along with their rates for the particular energy conservation measure. From the perspective of the vendors and service providers, there would be a guide to elaborate on the process to be listed as a consultant on this database. Benchmarking System would provide a comparative platform for reference towards the standard norm figure. It would take into account the similar sort and type of enterprise, along with the alike climatic, luxurious and types of services provided attributes. By benchmarking against the industry standard norm, the participants could access and understand the potential that exist and could strive towards achieving the similar or even better performance in terms of energy consumption. Automatic Energy Audits consist of basic energy consumption information of participants enterprise and presents the baseline energy data of their respective facility. By using actual energy data of the facility, this is performed in a way that reflects the basic preliminary energy audit by producing a generic report that showcases its current energy consumption. It would be presented in terms of table and charts which would provide better understanding of the current energy consumption. Upon which there would be the possibilities in acquiring for further detailed energy audits to be conducted by a database of certified energy auditors.

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Energy Efficiency Product Information shall offer a list of energy efficiency products that could be put into practice for the participants. It then describes the detailed information on how to further get it going with the installation and the estimated cost that would incur with the specific product. It would be linked to the service provider and supplier of the listed energy efficient product. Description of new, upcoming technologies would provide the service of sharing up to date and latest release of new energy efficiency products that could be implemented in the hotel and restaurant enterprises. It would bring convenience and updates to participants with regards to the latest available technology that will further improve the energy performance and energy saving for their facility. This also includes Building Management System (BMS) as well as Energy Management System (EMS) that could be implemented by the hospitality enterprises as well as other up and coming technologies. User group and Forum for connecting stakeholders and fostering information exchange, additionaly confidential information can be exchanged only with registerd members.

Hotline
A dedicated hotline would be established to provide support and enquiry dealing and handling. This service would allow instant getting in contact of the participants on issues and matters regarding the energy campaign.

Consultancy Services
Institute on-request consultancy services for the possible request of participants, especially those from the hotels and catering facilities owners, with regards to various arising issues with regards to the energy campaign. This would include all the matters regarding the possible implementing measures with reference to the fact sheets. It would also serve to advice and direct participants to the relevant service provider.

Workshops & Conferences


Workshops would be conducted to build capacity of management as well as the staffs in the hotel and catering sector. There would be various themes with the fundamental goal and objective of implementing energy efficiency and energy saving measures. Conferences would also be held to bring together various players that are within the energy and hospitality sector to not only share knowledge, but also to work on possibilities in corporation, mutual benefiting and dialogue sessions. The logistic and marketing of workshops and conferences would be part of the implementing services that the Energy Campaign would provide.

Trainings
The Energy Campaign would also include the organizing of the conduct of trainings for participants of the campaign as well as recently joined new members. This training would include representatives from the participants in the Energy Campaign, which would consist of all level of personals within the organization of the facility.

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Financial aid
By implementing energy conservation and saving measures, it would require cost and investment. Another service of the Energy Campaign is to provide a setup that enterprises could go to when they are in need of financials and investment opportunities while exploring the potential of energy efficiency measures for their facilities. It would describe the possibilities of acquiring and applying for financial aid along with instructions to submit such an aid request. The organizations that would be interested in investing would also be available as part of this service in the Energy Campaign.

Certificates, logo, star rating for Hospitality Sector


Moving forward upon the benchmarking systems, there would be an establishment of rating and certification systems for the hotel and catering industry. Basically two different approaches for establishing such a certification system are to be discussed and decided upon. Either the participating hotels and catering facilities could be certified by a third party certification body or the energy campaign could develop and establish an own certification system and provide with certificates for the participating partners. The feasibility study does recommend using existing certification processes, as there are promising approaches which cover the scope of EHotCat. Regarding the third party certification, several certificates that are potentially interesting for the energy campaign (see Appendix F for a list of these certification possibilities). First, the participating hotels and catering facilities could implement Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and become certified under the International Standard for Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001. A list of the Indian accredited certification bodies for EMS certification can be found in Appendix F. This option may probably be only applicable to bigger hotels, as the implementation and certification of an EMS is connected with relatively high costs. More energy efficiency specific, the participating partners from the hotel and catering industry could also introduce an Energy Management System and strive for a BS EN 16001 certification. This very new certificate specifies the requirements for an nergy Management System, including the development of an energy policy, identification of an organizations past, present and future energy consumption, and development of an energy monitoring plan. Also for this kind of management systems holds that it is supposed to be relatively costly and rather bigger hotels should consider to strive for such a certification. Participating partners could also be certified as "Energy-Efficient Enterprise. This certification is provided by the TV SD and is applicable to any enterprises including hotels and catering facilities that implement energy saving measures. This option seems to be very promising as an implementation of a management system is not necessary under this certification and thus the related costs should be smaller as for the two before mentioned certificates. Another option for third party certification is the green hotel certification, offered by green globe certification, a worldwide operating entity that is specialized in certificating hotels and catering facilities. In Appendix F an Indian map with currently certificated hotels in India can be found. This alternative especially seems to be very promising for small hotels, since the certification fees are much smaller compared to the other certifications. A possibility for buildings that are not constructed yet and are in the planning or constructing phase, is the certification system namely Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED-INDIA) Green Building Rating System, This rating system was initiated by Indian Green Building Council (promoted by CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre) and provides independent, third-party verification that a building project meets the highest performance standards. Apart from a third party certification, the participating hotels and catering facilities that undertake energy efficiency measures could also apply for the above mentioned eco- and energy-efficiency-

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awards from FHRAI and BEE. These awards would also allow them to utilize the awards like a certification and use the logo for marketing actions. Generally the second approach would be the development and establishment of a new certification and award system in context with the Energy Campaign. Therefore a own assessment programme could be based on one of the already existing rating system of green buildings in India. For example, TERI has developed a rating system called TERI-GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) that is specifically designed to address Indian buildings and environmental conditions. This system is being used in granting ratings to buildings that will include hotels, malls and other energy-intensive structures. TERI-GRIHA evaluates the environmental performance over a building's entire lifecycle, thereby providing a definite standard for what constitutes a green building. The big advantage of an own certficiation approach is that the certification of the participating hotels and catering facilities could be offered for free or at least for a small fee. Upon establishment of the certifications and star ratings, marketing actions would take place to further outreach and advertise the logo and the certification program to the mass population.

3rd Party Certification


EMS, ISO, EE Enterprise, Green Hotel Certification

E-HotCat Certification
Develop Own Assessment & Certification Own Identity E-HotCat Participants Enjoy Free/Cheaper

Award schemes in the individual categories (classifications)


Launch an award scheme for the different star category of the hotels to enable benchmarking among the similar classifications. This will also bring inspiration to implement energy conservation measures, as well as provide recognition to those that has invested and committed to the act of good energy saving practices.

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Establishing Benchmark Values


Returned questionnaires or information sheets from 25 hotels and resorts in various states of India give the basis for an assessment of energy expenditure. Values given in these questionnaires can be used to establish a benchmark for a particular size and class of hotel. On the basis of currently returned data, good estimates can be given for the average electricity cost per room for small (1-2 star), medium-sized (3-4 star) and large (5 star and 5 star deluxe) hotels, as well as for medium-sized resorts. Average values for kilowatt hours per room and can also be given for these categories. Values for average cost per air-conditioned square metre can also be given. type hotel of number rooms of electricity kWh/room electricity cost/m2 electricity cost/room EPI kWh / m2 Average figure TERI Report

small 42 10611 908 35303 244 mid-sized 71 15498 1733 70955 331 large 165 23866 1608 123112 348 resort 38 14160 1406 71078 274 Source: Calculations from returned questionnaires. Cost in INR. Cost and kWh are per year. Data availability differs for these values, due to which the relative values across the categories diverge. The most comprehensive data currently available is for the electricity cost per room. Extrapolation of the existing data on the basis of common factors does not result in large changes in the average values, except a rise in the cost / square metre for large hotels (to 1940 INR) and a drop in the kilowatt hours per room and per square metre for small hotels (to 6900 respectively 180 kWh). These are estimated to be more reasonable benchmark values. High values per square metre in midsized hotels for electricity costs and use are due to a few 3 or 4 star hotels that are highly inefficient, matching or exceeding the costs and use per square metre of the less efficient among the 5 star hotels. Such hotels do not need to be outliers, but can be explained by the fact that 5 star hotels usually have done an energy audit and have an energy management system in place, whereas 3 and 4 star hotels dont. It can therefore be expected that such values are representative. It can also be expected that the largest savings potentials can be found in these medium-sized and small hotels. Data and average values should be expanded and updated as the project proceeds in order to enable the more precise formulation of benchmark and best practice values.

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7. Financial setup of the campaign


A main focus of the feasibility study was to establish a detailed financial plan on the conduct of the energy campaign. The main expenses for the campaign will be for personnel, posting, website administration, office, workshops, travel, other awareness, promotion and dissemination measures. The different possible approaches that could be identified are the funding from the following ways:

Funded by government
The project could be financially supported either by the German or the Indian Government. Also a cooperation funding of the two governments would be possible.

Support schemes Germany:


In Germany many governmental programs and organizations are promising for a funding of the campaign. In general there exist the possibilities to apply for financial support directly at a German Ministry or at one of the two German Developing Agencies (KfW Development Bank and GTZ). For a list of the Contact overview for possible funding organizations see Apendix H The German Federal Ministry of Development Cooperation (BMZ) has provided several funds that are run through the KfW or GTZ and are relevant for India: In general for the funding of energy efficiency in India, funds of 96 million euro for financing through the KfW, and 19.63 million for technical cooperation through the GTZ are available. In addition the initiative for climate and environmental protection (IKLU), run by the KfW, with total funds of 2.4 billion euro between 2008 and 2011 could be regarded as funding source. Under this initiative financing is mainly available for government institutions and starts at projects of 10 million. But, for instance, 50 million was provided as credit to SIDBI in 2009 for financing energy efficiency and environmental protection in SMEs. The German Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Reactor Security (BMU) provides financing for international climate-related projects through its international climate initiative. The feasibility study was financed by the BMU and a proposal to conduct the campaign is being communicated with the BMU. The next call for proposals is expected to be announced spring 2010. The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) runs a support programme for the export of renewable energy technology and energy efficiency technologies. In some cases projects by German firms abroad can be supported, but this only relates to public buildings. Generally the KfW development bank only financially supports programmes/soft measures like the EHotCat Campaign with technical assistance, if these are necessary supporting measures for a KfW product. So the EHotCat Campaign could only be directly financed by the KfW, if the KfW develops some kind of a credit product for energy-efficiency measures of the Indian hotel and catering sector. The German KfW Development Bank runs three projects/programmes that are currently in action or will be started by the KfW in the near future and are potentially interesting for the Energy Campaign: A.) Credit line for energy-efficient residential buildings KfW is currently conducting a feasibility study (by AFC Gopa) for the funding of a credit line of 50 M for the creation of energy- efficient private residential buildings in India. The credit line will be given to the National Housing Bank of India and shall provide credits to private investors in India with interest rates below the average interest rates in India.

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B.) Energy-efficiency measures in commercial and public buildings in India. Currently a fact finding study for the KfW is conducted, which is investigating the potentials of the financing of energy-efficiency measures in existing buildings in India. By now it is not clear yet, on which sector this programme will be focussed and which credit model shall be used. The finishing of the study is expected by the end of the year and first talks with potential partners for feasibility and design studies shall be held in the first quarter of 2010. C.) Indo German Energy Forum The Indo German Energy Forum is a platform on which German and Indian representatives from several ministries and some private companies and banks meet and exchange ideas of cooperation in the field of energy. From the German side the BMU, the BMZ and the BMWi and from the Indian side the MoP, BEE, CEA, MoRNE participate. The next Forum takes place in the beginning of November 2009. In context of the Forum three topics are discussed regularly and are being dealt with in working groups: 1. Thermal Energy 2. Renewable Energies and 3. CDM and demand side Energy Efficiency (EE). KfW plans to invite AC to a workshop in context of the Forum dealing with EE in India. He also mentioned that a financing of the campaign by the forum could also be possible option.

GTZ; The GTZ has a long year lasting cooperation with the Ministry of Power in the field of Energy Efficiency called The Indo German Energy Programm (IGEN). In this programme GTZ experts cooperate with the BEE for several activities in the field of e.g. EE in SMEs and setup of ESCOS. The feasibility study was conducted in collaboration and thus a support from IGEN for the campaign is likely. Contacts in the BMZ: Department II, Division 20: Office 202: South-East Asia MinR Kanera +49 (0) 228 99 535 3470 Department II, Division 22 Office 221: Principles and procedures of the financial and technical development cooperation; DEG; GTZ; KfW MinR Schneider + 49 (0) 228 99 535 3560 Department II, Division 22 Office 222: Planning and coordination of the financial and technical development cooperation MinR'in Seidel + 49 (0) 228 99 535 3550 Department 3, Division 31 Office 312: Climate politics and financing of climate change MinR Fass-Metz + 49 (0) 228 99 535 3745 Department 3, Division 31 Office 313: Water, Energy and Urban Development MinR Marr + 49 (0) 228 99 535 3783

Contacts in the BMU:

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Department KI, Division KI I Office KI I 4 Mrs. Dr. Silke Karcher +49 (0) 30 18 305 3601 Department KI, Division KI II Office KI II 1 MinR Gorien +49 (0) 30 18 305 2310 Department KI, Division KI II Office KI II 4 MinR Contius +49 (0) 30 18 305 2340 Contacts in the KfW: Department Energy Efficiency Asia Project Manager Andreas Berkhoff Tel. +49 69 7431 2583

Support schemes India:


The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) offers several types of Central Financial Assistance for renewable energy projects. This assistance can be received for grid-connected renewable energy sources as well as off-grid renewable energy. Investment aid for generation of electricity from biomass, to the amount of 20 lakh INR for each megawatt to the power of 0.646, increasing to 25 lakh in special category states and 1 respectively 1.2 crore for biomass power using advanced technologies in normal and special category states. This can be of interest for the food waste in Restaurants. Most off-grid RE support is for rural electrification schemes, however, some support is available for industrial and commercial RE. The following are interesting: Support for biomass gasification for industrial applications and support for industrial waste to energy plants. The latter can get support from 50 lakh to 1 crore per megawatt, with an additional 20% in special category states Support for small wind mill generators and hybrid systems (to replace diesel generators) with 50% of the investment cost (minus work) or 1.25 lakh per kilowatt, whichever is less Support for urban solar PV on rooftops to replace diesel generators, between 25 and 100 kilowatts, also for grid-connected systems, with support of Rs. 75 per watt, and up to 30% of the investment cost. Support for solar PV power packs up to 1 kilowatt, with support of Rs. 100 per watt or 75 per watt for organisations using quicker depreciation (for tax benefits). The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA), which is controlled by the MNES, provides support for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in India. It provides loans for such projects, including the following incentives There is an accelerated depreciation of 80% in the first year for such investment projects as a tax benefit from the government of India. IREDA provides special benefits for some categories of entrepreneurs and for projects in some states. IREDA provides reduced rate financing for solar PV, solar thermal projects and in case loans are guaranteed or paid back in time for energy efficiency projects

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IREDA provides grants for energy audits for energy efficiency projects it finances, up to an amount of RS. 20 lakhs, or 30 lakhs for ESCOs. In the case of solar thermal energy, IREDA will provide a loan for up to 80% of the project cost.

Funded by Banks
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Bank, with funding from UN Foundation, have been implementing a technical assistance project since 2002 for developing financial intermediation mechanisms for energy efficiency investments in India, China and Brazil, known as the Three-Country Energy Efficiency (3CEE) project. The 3CEE project supports ESCo market development through sharing of experiences relating to projects, financial models and contracting systems. In India the project has organised discussion forums for ESCos, banks and Financial Institutes. Further development from the 3CEE project, five banks have now formulated energy efficiency schemes: 34 State Bank of India Canara Bank Union Bank of India Bank of India Bank of Baroda

Following table is a summary of EE Schemes in Indian Bank.


State Bank of India Dec. 2002 Scheme Title Project Uptech for Energy Efficiency Existing SBI clients sole banking with SBI. Banks own Credit rating Canara Bank April 2004 Loan Scheme for Energy Savings for SME Sector Clients Banking exclusively with Canara Bank, and Banks own borrower rating Union Bank of India Sept. 2004 Scheme for Loans for Energy Savings to SMEs Clients exclusively banking with UBI for min. 1 year. Other SMEs units with no loan liability to other banks Have an Energy Audit Report prepared by an IREDA/ BEE approved EA or Consultant 75% of project cost, subject to a maximum of Rs 10 mil. Project to have a min. DSCR of 1.3.

Target Beneficiaries

Eligibility

SMEs with investment in plant and machinery of less than Rs 100 million (US 2.2 million) Max. of 90% of project cost or Rs 10 mil (US$ 220,000) whichever lower Min. of Rs 200,000 (US$ 4400)

Annual turnover upto Rs 1 billion (US$ 22 million). Energy bill at least 20% of the total prod. cost 90% of project cost, subject to a max. of Rs 10 mil. No min. loan size specified

Loan Amount

Further funds from governmental partners are just in the process of being evaluated and will be included in the version being discussed on the masterplan workshop on December 8th

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Taylor, R. P., Govindarajalu, C., World Bank, Levin, J. (2008). Financing Energy Efficiency: Lessons from Brazil, China, India and Beyond. The World Bank. ISBN: 9780821373040

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Funded by participant fees


The campaign could also be financed partly through participant fees. The amount of participation fees for participating in the campaign is being determined. This fee needed to be suitable for the participants and shall also being an anchor for their continuous engagement and involvement in the project. The basic fee ought to come from another source as it is believed that participants will not be ready to fund in the initial stage. As the campaign goes on, fees could then be taken for the services.

Funded by Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) certificates


Hotels that conduct concrete technological energy efficiency measures can apply for CDM certificates for (partly) financing these measures. The ITC Sonar, Kolkata is the first Indian hotel that successfully applied for CDM credits. As it is not allowed to receive CDM certificates for soft measures like an awareness campaign, the financing of the campaign itself is not possible. Under the current rules of the flexible Clean Development Mechanism exists the possibility for certain project types to apply as a so called small scale project. Small scale projects are able to use simplified baseline and monitoring methodologies and therefore have to bear lower transactions and application cost as normal CDM projects. Energy efficiency improvement projects are one kind of these projects (for a list of possible small scale project see Appendix G). Also a bundle of several small scale projects under a so called Programme of Activities could be an option. As it is not clear yet, whether the CDM will proceed in a follow-up climate protocol valid from 2013, one cannot predict if this financing possibility will also be applicable to the Energy Campaign in the future. Furthermore the application procedure is time consuming and connected with relatively high transactions and application costs, even though these efforts are a bit reduced for small scale projects.

Funded by Energy Service Companies (ESCOs)


Depending on the kind of funds that can be raised for the Campaign and also depending on whether it should be tried to aim for a self-financing of the campaign after 4 years, there are two general possible budget types. 1. The first budget type would occur if the project is completely being financed through international governmental support for four years with optional investments in technical measures. Two varieties of this kind of budget are possible. a. If it is aimed to develop products over the campaign time period that can be sold to participating hotels, a self financing of the Energy Campaign after 4 years could be achieved. In this case the governmental financial support of the Campaign can be decreased by time. b. If there is no aimed products development for the campaign, the project will be selffinancing after four years, the financial support by governmental services should be held constant over the project runtime. The advantage of this approach is that by constant financing of the Campaign, the content would be better controllable. 2. The second general budget type would apply for a third party funding of the Energy Campaign. In that case the Campaign would be implemented without technological investments, and that it is financed by the Campaign itself. This kind of low budget campaign without any external financial support would completely be based on the selling of products (fees etc.). Technological measures could be financed by: a. Clean Development Mechanism support,
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b. private companies and investors (ESCOS).

8. Conclusion
Will be written only after the masterplan workshop

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9. Appendix
This document only contains selected appendix. Most appendix are eperate documents which are provided together with the masteplan. These documents are:

1. TORS for Indian Partners contracted by Adelphi Consult 2. Baseline Assessment Report for EHotCat of TERI 3. Open call for the conference and coordination forum 4. Conference and coordination forum agenda 5. Conference and coordination forum report 6. Conference presentations 7. Master Thesis Energy efficiency in Indian Hotels by Guang Jian Lee 8. Masterplan workshop and finalization meeting agenda

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A Contact List of approached organizations and potential partners


This energy campaign has the intention to bring together all involved stakeholders in India and other potential international organizations. The attached spreadsheets are a compilation of all approached organizations and potential partners which had been contacted by email, most of them have already been briefed on this campaign. The first row indicates whether the party was met and a MoM was produced (M) or was contacted on phone and dicussed with (P) after having received a general email enquiring on a possible partnership for the feasibility study and the interest in participating in the campaign. Invitees to the conference and coordination workshop are indicated with (C) and invitees to the masterplan workshop and finalization meeting are indicated with (F)

Ministries
status Institution Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy(mnes) Contact Person Designation Union Cabinet Minister, New and Renewable Energy Hon. Minister Minister of State (Independen t Charge) Address contact numbers email Website

Abdullah, , Dr. Farooq Shri Vilas Baburao MuttemWa r

Tels. (011) 23795282, 23013721, 9868181158 (M) Fax. (011) 23013722

farooq_abdullah @rediffmail.com

Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003 Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 004 Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 005 Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 006

Tel: (+91)-11-24361193

vmuttemwar@ni c.in

http://mnes.nic.i n/

Deepak Gupta

Secretary

Tel: (+91)-11-24362772

secymnes@nic.i n

http://mnes.nic.i n/

Gauri Singh

Joint Secretary International Relations Director

Tel: (+91)-11-24361027 Fax: (+91)-11-24367413 Tel: (+91)-11-24363316 Fax: (+91)-11-24361298

gauri.ysingh@ni c.in rajivarora@nic.i n

http://mnes.nic.i n/ http://mnes.nic.i n/

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Arora Rajiv

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Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes)

Mrs. Sonia

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Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes)

Dr. A.K. Singhal

Mr. Dilip Nigam

Dr. Sant Ram

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes)

Dr. Ashvini Kumar

P.A. To Dr. Rajiv Scientist 'F', Concentratin g Collector Systems Disk Cookers, Steam Generation, Refrigeration Systems, etc., Related R&D Scientist 'F', Aero Gens+Hybri ds, GBI Scheme, Wind Power Policy Scientist 'F', Director of Division SHW, Hotel Sector Scientist "F", Solar Thermal Power, Green Buildings (including Geothermal Heat Pumps), Related R&D, Testing and Standards

Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 003

T: 011-24362488 F: 011-24369788

singhalak@nic .in

Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 003 Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi 110 004

T: 011-24360707 ext: 2214 F: 011-24361152

dnigam99@ya hoo.com dilipnigam@ni c.in

T: 0091 11 24361920 M: 0091 9868169088

santrammnes @nic.in

24363546

ashvinik@nic.i n

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Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (mnes)

Dr. R.P. Goswami

Scientist "E", Assisting in programme on Green Buildings (including Geothermal, Heat Pumps)and related R&D

24368915

rp.goswami@ nic.in

Ministry of tourism

K L Das

Regional Director

Indiatourism, 88 Janpath, New Delhi-110 001

Tel: (+91) 11-23320342, 23320005, 23320008 Fax: (+91) 11-23320109

goitodelhi@touri sm.nic.in

http://tourism.go v.in/

pcf

Ministry of Tourism

M. N. Javed

Former Hotel Division

Tel: +91 11 23792504, mob. 9891524231

mn.javed@nic .in

http://tourism.g ov.in/

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Ministry of Tourism

Mr. Sujit Banerjee

Secretary Office of the Minister of State for Tourism and Culture, Room No. 112,Transport Bhavan, 1, Parliament Street, New Delhi 110 001

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Ministry of Tourism

Mr. Sanjay Kothari

Additional Secretary Assistant Director General Hotel Division

Tel: 91 11 23715717(O) +91-11-23070444 (R)

adgtour@nic.i n

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Ministry of Tourism

Vikath Rustagi

Transport Bhawan, Connaught Place, New Delhi, New Delhi 110001, India.

Tel: 0091 11 2379 2504

rustagi@nic.in

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Ministry of tourism

Sir/Madam Minister of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Tourism

Transport Bhavan, Parliament Street, New Delhi 110 001

Tel: 91 11 23711995 Fax: (+91) 11 23710518

contactus@incr edibleindia.org

http://www.incre dibleindia.org

Ministry of Tourism Ministry of Tourism

Mrs. Kumari Selja

RNo 301, Transport Bhawan 1, Parliament Street New Delhi - 110 001

Telephone 91-11-23717969 91-11-23718310 91-11-23710431

tourismminister @nic.in

Mrs. Madhu Dubey

DDG (Pub., IT & Event)

Room No.14,C1 Hutments, Dalhousie Road, New Delhi - 110 011

manmohan.s @nic.in 91-11-23019476


Tel: 011-23710411 01123719205 011-23717474 01123710065 Tel: 011-23717474 Ext: 231 Fax: 011-26498345 Tel: 011-23717474 Ext: 282 Fax: 011-24361298

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Ministry of power Ministry of power Ministry of power Ministry of power

Sushilkum ar Shinde Manoj Saunik Amit Kumar Kaushik Mrs. Rita Acharya

Minister of Power

Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 001 Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 002 Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 003 Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 003

sk.shinde@nic.i n manoj.saunik@ nic.in

http://powermin. gov.in http://powermin. gov.in

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PS to MOP OSD to MOP Director (EC)

ak.kaushik@ni c.in ec_division@y ahoo.com arun.singh@ni c.in,arunkuma rsingh61@gm ail.com

http://powermi n.gov.in http://powermi n.gov.in

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mobile: + 91 9899117174

Ministry of power

Sri Arun Kumar Singh,

Under Secretary

N-208,Hig Duplex Sector-XII, Pratap Vihar Ghaziabad-201009 Uttarpradesh India

9868737468

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Ministry of Power,Govt. of India

Shri Kapil Mohan

IAS Director(Dist ribution)

Room No.429, 4th Floor,Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-110001 Govt. of India

Mobile: 9212086694

mohan.kapil@ni c.in

mc

Department of Science, Technology and Environment, Government of Goa

Mikael De Sousa

Director of Science

Saligao Plateau, Opp. Saligao Seminary, P.O. Saligao Goa 403 511 Trionora Apartments, Dr Alvares Costa Road, Panaji, Goa- 403002

Tel: 0832- 2407187, 2407580 Fax 2407186 Tel: + 91 0832 2423459 Fax: + 91 0832 2423926 / 2420779 mob: 9822388099

gscst2k@sanc harnet.in, ste@goa.nic.i n md@goatourism.com, director@goat ourism.org goatour@sanc harnet.in goatour@goa. nic.in

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Department of Toursim Department of Tourism, Government of Goa

Elvis Gomez

Managing Director Assistant Director Tourism

www.goatourism.com

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T. R. Rivankar

Patto, Panaji, Goa - 403001 India

Tel: +91 832 2438750, 51, 52 Fax: +91 832 2438756

www.goatouris m.org

GTZ and BEE


status Institution Contact Person Designation Address German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN) Bureau of Energy Efficiency Ministry of Power, Government of India Sewa Bhawan, 4th Floor R.K Puram, Sector 1 New Delhi - 110066, India contact numbers email website

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GTZ - IGEN

Dr. Rudolf Rauch

Manager IGEN

Tel: +91 11 2617 9699 Fax: +91 11 2617 8352 Mob: +91 971 745 8799

rudolf.rauch@gt z.de

www.gtz.de

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GTZ - IGEN

Jens Burgtorf

GTZ - IGEN

Thomas Schmitz

Energy Advisor

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN) Bureau of Energy Efficiency Ministry of Power, Government of India Sewa Bhawan, 4th Floor R.K Puram, Sector 1 New Delhi - 110066, India German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN) Bureau of Energy Efficiency Ministry of Power, Government of India Sewa Bhawan, 4th Floor R.K Puram, Sector 1 New Delhi - 110066, India

Tel: +91 11 2617 9699 Fax: +91 11 2617 8352 Mob: +91 971 745 8799

jens.burgtorf@g tz.de

www.gtz.de

Tel: +91 11 2617 9699 Fax: +91 11 2617 8352 Mob: +91 971 745 8799

thomas.schmitz @gtz.de

www.gtz.de

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GTZ - IGEN

Shri Jiwesh Nandan

National coordinator

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Tel: +91 (11) 26 10 48 34 Fax: +91 (011) 26 17 83 52

jiweshnandan@ hotmail.com, jiwesh.nandan @gtz.de

http://www.beeindia.nic.in

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GTZ-ASEM / Ecoprofit

Lalit Sharma

Projects Manager

A-33, Gulmohar Park, New Delhi - 110049, India

Tel: +91 11 26611021 / 26528840 Fax: +91 11 26537673

ecoprofit@asem india.com

www.asemindia. com

GTZ-ASEM / CDM

Ms. Pamposh Bhat

Head, Clean Developmen t Mechanism (CDM), India

A-33, Gulmohar Park, New Delhi - 110049, India

Tel: +91 11 26611021 / 26528840 Fax: +91 11 26537673

pbhat@cdmindi a.com

www.asemindia. com

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GTZ IGEN

Mr. Arvind Asthana

arvind.asthana @gtz.de

www.gtz.de

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Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Dr. Ajay Mathur

Director General

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Tel: (+91)-11-26 17 83 16

dg-bee@nic.in

http://www.beeindia.nic.in

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Bureau of Energy Efficiency Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Sanjay Seeth Saurabh Kumar

Award BEE, Energy Economist

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Tel: (+91)-11-26179658 Fax: (+91)-11-26178352

sanjayseth61@ yahoo.com, sseth@beenet.i n skumar@beene t.in

http://www.beeindia.nic.in

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Sri Jitendra Sood, Energy Economist

Bureau of Energy Efficiency 4th Floor Sewa Bhawan, R.K.Puram New Delhi66

J-149, Sector-25 Noida(U.P) India

9810611218

jsood@beenet .in

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Bureau of Energy Efficiency EMT International Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Shri Pandian Gopal Ashok Kumar Ashok Kumar

Energy Economist Managing Director Energy Manager

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066 A-11/8, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, 11057 India 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

mobile: +91 9868493758 Tel: +91 11 26141040 Tel: +91-11-26179699 Fax: +91-11-26178352 Mobile: 9810939643 Tel: +91-11-26179699 Fax: +91-11-26178352 Mobile: 9810939643

gpandian@bee net.in akumar@emt.in akumar@energ ymanagertrainin g.com

http://www.beeindia.nic.in www.emt.in, www.energyma nagertraining.co m www.energyma nagertraining.co m

akumar@ener gymanagertrai ning.com

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akumar@emt.i n emt@energy managertraini ng.com


psamal@beene t.in pravati.ori@gm ail.com

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Bureau of Energy Efficiency BEE

Pravatanalini Samal Rajiv Gargh

Project Engineer

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Mobile: (+91) 9958392221 Mobile: +91 9971843456

http://www.beeindia.nic.in

Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)

Arijit Sengupta

Project Engineer

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Tel: 011-26179699 Mobile: 9910454487 Fax: 011-26178352

arijitsengupta1 @rediffmail.com

http://www.beeindia.nic.in

Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)

Rajini Thomson

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan R. K. Puram, Sector I New Delhi 110066

Tel: 011-2306439 Mobile: 9868218106 Fax: 011-23061311

aatazir@gmail.c om

Hotel and restaurant associations


status Institution Hotel & Restaurant Association of Southern India Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Southern India Hotel & Contact Person Designation Address M-1 Prince Center, 709-710 Anna Salai, Chennai - 600 005 M-1 Prince Center, 709-710 Anna Salai, Chennai - 600 006 M-1 "Prince Centre", contact numbers email nataraajan @grthotels. com website

Mr. T. Nataraajan

Hon. Secretary

Tel: 0091 44 66 500000 Tel: 044-28297510, 28297511, 28297512 Fax: 044-28297510 Tel: 044-28413191,

G. Venkataraman Shri M.P.

Secretary General President

admin@sihr http://www.sihr a.in a.org mppurushot http://www.sihr

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Restaurant Associations of Southern India Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Southern India

Purushothaman

Shri Suresh M.Pillai

Vice President

Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Southern India

Shankar Menon

Southern Region

709-710, Anna Salai Chennai-600 006 Hotel Horizon Aristo Road, Thiruvananthapuram - 695014 Kerala New No. 38,Old No.52-A, Beach Road, Kalakshetra Colony, Besant Nagar, Chennai - 600 090 Holiday Resorts (p) Ltd, Chakratirtha Road, Puri 752002, Orissa, India 18A/1 Everest House, 18 th floor, 46C, Chowringhee Road Kolkata 700071 Amber Restaurant , 11 Waterloo Street, Kolkata 700069 406/75-76 Manisha Building, Nehru Place, New Delhi -110019 406/75-76 Manisha Building, Nehru Place, New Delhi -110020

28413161 Fax: 044-28522037

haman@em peegroup.co .in a.org hhdirector@ sancharnet.i http://www.sihr n a.org

Tel: 0471-2323242 Fax: 0471-2324444

Tel: 044-42018661 Fax: 044-42018662 091 - 6752 - 224370, 222440 (Hotel) 23500(0), 225050 (R), mobil: 9937081111, 9338047900 Tel: 91-33-2288-1742, Fax: 91-33-2288-1743 mob: 9831351759, direct: +91-3332927725 Tel: (033) 2248-4028/3018, 30281030 Fax: 2248-4028

shmenon@ai rtelbroadband .in

Hotel and Restaurant Association of Puri Shri Raj Kishore Patra President Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India

rajpuri08@g mail.com, holidayresor tpuri@rediff mail.com hraei@vsnl. net, hraeik@gm ail.com

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Alok Chowdhury

Secretary General

Sudesh Khullar

Eastern Region

amberskk@v snl.net

Deepak Sharma

Secretary General Assistant Secretary General

Tel: 91-11-26468103 Fax: 91-11-26236201

hrani@ndf.vs nl.net.in

Mrs. Renu Thapliyal

Tel: 91-11-26468103 Fax: 91-11-26236202

hrani@airtel mail.in, hrani.1950 @gmail.com

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Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India

Vijai Pande

President

406/75-76 Manisha Building, Nehru Place, New Delhi -110021

Tel: 0512-2304916 Fax: 0512-2332306 Mobile: 0-9838006357

president@ hrani.net.in, vijaipandit@ http://www.hran yahoo.co.in i.net.in

Garis Subrahe

Vice President 406/75-76 Manisha Building, Nehru Place, New Delhi -110022 C/o. Star Hotels Limited 11, Sunder Nagar, New Delhi

Mob. 9837034285 Tel: 011-26835070 Fax: 011-26837758 Mobile: 9811059730 Tel: 011-41507401-4, 42501000 Fax: 011-41507405 Phone: 0177-2806335, 3295800 Fax: 0177-2807925, 2658415 Mobile No. : +919816085000, +919418088886
luv.malhotra @crowneplaz http://www.hran i.net.in adelhi.com

Luv Malhotra

Vice President

S.M. Shervani

Northern Region

md@sherva nihspl.com

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Hotel & Restaurant Association of Northern India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Western India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Western India Hotel & Restaurant Association of Western India

Sanjay Sood

Jt. Hony. Secretary

Mr. Sarela

S.M. Korde

Dinesh Khanna

Secretary General former President, now executive

The Devicos 5, The Mall Shimla 171 001 H. P. 4, Candy House, Mandlik Road, Colaba, Mumbai-400 002 4, Candy House, Mandlik Road, Colaba, Mumbai-400 001 Novotel, former holiday Inn, Eastern International Limited Juhu Beach,

smlsanjay@ gmail.com, http://www.hran sanjay@dev i.net.in/mc.asp icos.in ?UserId=88

admin@hra Tel: 91-22-22024076 wi.com Tel: 91-22-22024076/ 22831624/22819773 Fax: 91-22-22023515 mob. hrawi@vsnl.c 9802513189 (does not work) om Tel: 022- 66934444, 66934700 Fax: 66934701

www.hrawi.co m

www.hrawi.co m

dkhanna@eih limited.com

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committee member Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI)

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Ms. Anjana Ravindranath Mrs. Asha Juneja

Assistant Secretary General

M.P.Purushothaman

President

Mumbai 400 049 B-82, 8th Floor, Himalaya House, 23,Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi110001 Empee Group of Hotels Ltd., Empee Towers, 59, Harris Road Pudupet, Chennai 600 002

Tel: 91-11-23318781, 9111-23318782, 91-1123322634 Fax: 91-11-23322645

fhrai@vsnl.c om anjana@fhr ai.com www.fhrai.com

Tel: 044- 28413191, 28413161 Fax: 044-28522037

mppurushot haman@em peegroup.co .in

Mrs. Chitra

private secretary to the P The Ambassador Hotel Sujan Singh Park New Delhi-110003 B-82, 8th Floor, Himalaya House, 23,Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi110001 B-82, 8th Floor, Himalaya House, 23,Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi110001

Rajendera Kumar

Vice President Secretary General FHRAI (changed the position)

Tel: +91-11-24632600 Fax: +91-11-24618779

ambassador .delhi@tajho tels.com

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Harish Sud

Tel. +91-11-40780780 Mob. 9810098402

sg@fhrai.co m

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Mr. Deepak Sharma

Secretary General FHRAI

Tel. +91-11-40780780

sg@fhrai.co m

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ecoclub, international ecotourism

various hotels

Eco Tourism India Sir/Madam

HSR Layout-1st Sector, Koramangala, Bangalore 560034. Ministry of Tourism, Transport Bhavan, Parliament Street, New Delhi 110 001, 51-E, Pandian Nagar, Thiruthangal, Sivakasi 626130 Tamil Nadu India

Tel : +91 99167 04330, +91 9447 700 400, +91 9446 600 600

can't find, mail through their website ecotourismi ndia.com@ gmail.com, icotourismin dia@yahoo. com

http://www.eco club.com/india. html

Incredible India

Sir/Madam

Tel: 91 +011 +23711995 Fax: 91 +011 +23710518 Tel : +91 4562 230025 Fax : +91 4562 230137 Mobile: 0091 98946 70025

Eco Planet Holidays Heritage Hotels India

Mr. K. Saranyan

Sir/Madam 279/A, Masjid Moth, 2nd floor, South Extn. Part II New Delhi - 110 049 (India) Room No. 207, PHD House Phase - I 4/2, Siri Institutional Area, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi -110 016

http://www.ecot ourismindia.co m/ http://www.incr edibleindia.org/ contactus@i newsite/cms_p ncredibleind age.asp? ia.org pageid=994 http://www.ecomail@ecotourismtourismindia.com/index india.com .htm web@herita gehotels.co http://www.plan m etindia.net

Eco India Tours & Travels

Mr. Bharat / Mr. Vishal

Tel: +(91)-(11) - 41643999 / 26262004 / 26262005 / 26262006 / 26258526 Fax: +(91)-(11) - 26259695

info@ecoind http://www.ecoi ia.com ndia.com

National Restaurant Association of India

Mr. Inderjeet

Tel: 4100 0967 Fax: 2653 6053

nrai@vsnl.c om

www.nrai.org

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Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association

Mr. Suresh

Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association

Mr. Satish Shetty

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Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management

Mr. Shashikant K. Shetty

Dr. Sitikantha Mishra

Indian Association of Tour Operators Vijay Thakur Indian Association of Tour Operators Arjun Sharma

B-2, Wadala Shri Ram Industrial Estate, Ground Floor, G. D. Ambekar Marg, Near Wadala Telephone Exchange, Wadala, Mumbai 400 031, Maharashtra, INDIA. B-2, Wadala Shri Ram Industrial Estate, Ground Floor, G. D. Ambekar Marg, Near Wadala chair person Telephone for Exchange, Wadala, promotion Mumbai 400 031, committee Maharashtra, INDIA. Shabir Niwas, Mahakali Caves Manager Road, Andheri (E), Promotion Mumbai - 400 093 Committee India (Ministry of Tourism & Culture, Govt. of India)Govindpuri, Director Gwalior -754011, MP 404 Padma Tower II 22 Rajendra Place President New Delhi - 110 008 405 Padma Tower II 22 Rajendra Place Senior VP New Delhi - 110 008

Tel: +91 (022) 2417 3030 Fax: +91 (022) 2417 1818

ahar@mtnl. net.in

http://www.ahar mumbai.org

Tel. 9833887444

shettysatish 91@yahoo. com

Tel: 2834 3390 Tel: 917512344214, 2345821/ 22, 4000110/ 11 Fax: 91-751-2344054 Tel: 25707272, 25702828, 25702412 Fax: 25702929, 25707980 Tel: 41653100 Fax: 41653101

shash_shett y@hotmail.c om sitikanthami shra@gmail .com http://iittm.org invision@nd http://www.iato. e.vsnl.net.in in http://www.iato. arjun@lpti.in in

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Hotel Association of India (HAI)

R. K. Puri

Secretary General

4-1-D, Taj Appartments Rao Tula Ram Marg 110022 New Delhi INDIA //// B212-214 Som Dutt Chamber-I Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi M-1 "Prince Centre", 709-710, Anna Salai Chennai-600 006 ASTA India Admin Office A1/76, First Floor, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi-110029, India 509 Mercantile House 15, Kasturba Gandhi Marg New Delhi 110001 India Basolar, Strasse-48, D-60329 Frankfurt, AM MAIN 1, Federal Republic of Germany II floor Rajasadanam KHRA Buildings Shenoy's Junction, M.G. Road Cochin 682035 Kerala

Hotel Association of India (HAI

Shri M.P. Purushothaman

President

American Society of Travel Agents, India Chapter

Rajeev Kohli

President

haindf@gm ail.com, Tel: +91-11-26171110 / 14 hai@ndf.vsn Fax: +91-11-26171115 l.net.in mppurushot haman@em Tel: 044-28413191, peegroup.co 28413161 .in rajeevkohli @creative.tr avel Tel: +91-11-41652406 / +91- president@ 9350845474 astaindia.co Fax: +91-11-41652410 m

http://www.hote lassociationofin dia.com

http://www.sihr a.org

http://www.asta india.com

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) India Chapter Kabir Vasudeva

Executive Director

Tel: (9111) 23736751 Fax: (9111) 23325156 Mobile (981) 0506062

pataind@vs nl.com

http://www.pata .org/patasite/in dex.php? id=484

Govt. of India Regional Tourist Office (Europe)

Sir/Madam

Regional Director

Tel: 0049-69-2429490 Fax: 24294977

info@indiatourism.com

Kerala Hotels and Restaurants Association

Shri K. Kuriakose

President

Ph : 0484-2366602 Fax : 0484-2362586

khra@vsnl.n et

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TTAG

Ralph De Sousa

President

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TTAG Alcon Group of Hotels

Simon Pereira

Executive Secretary

Shailaesh Sanzgiri

The Mandovi

Santosh K.Naik

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Kerala Travel Mart E. M. Najeeb

Mrs. Minimenon

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ATE Group of Companies Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre

Rajan Thomas Varghese Anil Kumars

Vice President Manager Engineering Post Box 164, Panjim Services Goa First Floor, New Corporation Building, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram - 695 033, Kerala, President India. First Floor, New Corporation Building, Palayam, Personal Thiruvananthapuram Secretary to - 695 033, Kerala, E.M. Najeeb India. New Corporation Bldg ,Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram695 033, Kerala, Director India. 808, Vydyudhi Director Bhavanam, KSEB,

609, Dempo Tower, 6th floor, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji Goa 403 001 609, Dempo Tower, 6th floor, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji Goa 403 002 Caetano de Albuquerque Road, Panjim- Goa 403 001

ph: +91 982 2388813 ttag@sanch arnet.in, ttag@satya m.net.in srs@alcong oa.com alcongoa.com mandovi_go a@sanchar net.in

Ph: +91 832 6642311, 2437738, Res. 2263021

+91 832 2226846/7 +91 832 2426270 - 73, 2224405 - 09

Ph: +91 984 60631767

emnajeeb@ atetravel.co http://www.kera m latravelmart.org

Ph: +91 471 2327627 Direct: 2332306 Fax: 2323900 Mobile: 9995809995 Ph: +91 471 2514457 Mobile: 944

mini.corp@ ategroup.or g rtv@ategrou p.org corporate@ atetravel.co m director@hy deltourism.c

http://www.ateg roup.org http://www.hyd eltourism.com/

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Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram 695 004 India

om

SDAs
status Institution Indian Renewable Energy Developmen t Agency Limited Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited Contact Person Abdul Aziz Khatana Designation Chief General Manager Address India Habitat Centre Complex, Core-4A, East Court, 1st Floor, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110 003. Contact Numbers E-mail Website

Mobile: 9824682201

cmd@ireda.in

Awanish Awasthy

Managing Director

Shakti Bhawan, 14, Ashok Marg, Lucknow (U.P)

Tel: (0522) 2287867 Fax: (0522) 2288484

cgm2plg@yaho o.co.in

MOP

Bina Prasad

Director

Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 001

Tel: 011-23752496 Mobile: 9811692899 Fax: 011-23752496

prasad_bina@y ahoo.com

Power department, Govt. of Manipur

Dharampal Singh Poonia

Joint Secretary

Manipur Secretariat Imphal 795 001

Tel: 0385-2449418 Mobile: 9436890001 Fax: 0385-2449418

dspoonia@nic.i n

Chandigarh

Er. Surinder Pall

Chief Engineer

Electricity wing of Engg.Deptt.U.T.Chandigarh-160 009

Mobile: 9876504200

ce@chdut.nic.in ,surinderpal2k1 @yahoo.co.in

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Office of Electrical Inspector to Govt. of Uttarakhand Bihar Renewable Energy Developmen t Agency (BREDA)

Gopal ji Kapoor

Electrical Inspector

Panchayat Ghar, Bari Mukhani, Near Heera Convent School, Haldwani (Nainitall)

Tel: 05946-262839 Mobile: 9719827688 Fax: 05946-261913

ua_anupam@y ahoo.co.in

J. K. Sinha

Director

1st Floor, Sone Bhawan Birchand Patel Marg Patna 800 001

Tel: (0612) 2233572 Fax: (0612) 2228734

dir_breda@san charnet.in

MOP

K. K. Chug

Deputy Secretary

Shram Shakti Bhavan, Ministry of Power, New Delhi 110 001

Mobile: 9968290016 Tel: 011-23752497 Fax: 011-23752497

kk.chug@nic.in

EMC

G. Anil

Head Small Hydro Power Dvn.

Thycaud P.O., Thiruvananthapuram -695014 Kerala.

Tel: (0471) 2323363, 2321820 Fax: (0471) 2323342

anilg@keralaen ergy.gov.in, anilgopalannair @gmail.com

keralaenergy.go v.in

EMC

A.M. Narayan

Head EE Dvn.

Thycaud P.O., Thiruvananthapuram -695014 Kerala.

Tel: (0471) 2323363 Fax: (0471) 2323342 res. +91-471-2726119 mob.: +91-9447426211 Tel: (0471) 2323329/2115043/2323 363 Fax: (0471) 2323342 res. +91-471-2464618 mob.: +91-9447064618 Tel: 0370-2243149 Mobile: 9436002393 Fax: 0370-2240178

narayan@keral aenergy.gov.in, narayan_a_m@ yahoo.co.in

keralaenergy.go v.in

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Energy Managemen t Centre, Kerala

K.M. Dharesan Unnithan,

Director

Thycaud P.O., Thiruvananthapuram -695014 Kerala.

emck@keralaen ergy.gov.in kmdunnithan@ hotmail.com

keralaenergy.go v.in

Electrical Inspectorate , Nagaland

Kilen Temjen Wabang Ao

Department of Power Government of Nagaland Kohima 797001 (Nagaland)

ktwabang@hot mail.com

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NonConventiona l Energy Developmen t Cooperation of Andhra Pradesh Ltd. (NEDCAP) Renewable Energy Agency of Pondicherry

M.P. Reddy

V.C. & Managing Director

5-8-207/2, Pisgah Complex, Nampally, Hyderabad-500 001

Tel: (040) 23201172 Fax: (040) 23201666

nedcap@ap.nic. in

Ms. D. Selvi

The Project Director

No. 10, Second Main Road, Elango Nagar, Puducherry - 11

Mobile: 9442129256

renew_selvi@y ahoo.co.in

Rajasthan Renewable Energy Cooperation Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Managemen t Centre, Delhi Delhi Transco Limited NonConventiona l Energy Developmen t Corporation of AP Ltd.

Rajeeva Swarup

Chairman & Managing Director

E-166, Yudhishthar Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302 001 (Rajasthan)

Tel: (0141) 2225859/2228198/2221 650 Fax: (0141) 2226028

r_swarup@hot mail.com sunitmathur200 0@yahoo.co.in

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Satish Saberwal

Department of Environment, Government of Delhi, Canourht Place, Delhi Gov. Secretariat, next to Income Tax office

Mob: +91 9873147248

satish_sabharw al@hotmail.com

Rajendra Kumar

Principal Secretary (Power) & CMD

Shakti Sadan, Kotla Road, New Delhi-110 002.

Tel: (011)23238263 Fax: (011) 23232886

satish_sabharw al@hotmail.com

Ram Mohan Neelam

5-8-207/2, Pisgah Complex, Namapalli, Hyderabad- 500 001

Tel: 040-23202391 Mobile: 9848695009 Fax: 040-23201666

rmneelam@redi ffmail.com

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Punjab Energy Developmen t Agency Arunachal Pradesh Energy Developmen t Agency Arunachal Pradesh Energy Developmen t Agency Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., Bhopal

S.S. Shekhon

Director

Solar Passive Complex, Plot No. 1-2, Sector 33-D, Chandigarh (U.T.)-160 034

Tel: (0172) 2663328 Fax: (0172) 2662865

balour_singh29 @rediffmail.com balkar_22@yah oo.co.in

Sanjay Kumar Shahi

P B No. 141 Land Survey Hostel Bldg. (1st Floor) Itanagar 791 111 Arunachal Pradesh

Tel: 0360-2217870 Mobile: 9436050507 Fax: 0360-2214426

sk_sahi@yahoo .com

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Marki Loya

Director

Urja Bhawan, TT Marg Post Box No. 141, P.O. Itanagar-791 111, Dist. Papum Pare Arunachal Pradesh

Tel: 0360-2217870 Mobile: 9436050507 Fax: 0360-2214426

markiloya@yah oo.com apedita@sanch arnet.in

Sanjay Kumar Verma

Managing Director

Urja Bhavan, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal-462016, India

Tel: 0755-2556526 Mobile: 9425647080 Fax: 0755-2553122

sanjayverma19 60@yahoo.com

Government of Assam

Shri Alok Kumar

Commission er Secretary (P)

Pub-Sarania Road, Guwahati-781 003 (Assam)

Mobile: 9435506500

alokkumar.2707 @yahoo.co.in

Gujarat Energy Developmen t Agency (GEDA) Government of Chhattisgar h

Shri Anil D. Purohit

Asst. Project Executive

4th floor, Block No. 11 & 12, Udyog Bhavan Sector-11 Gandhinagar (Gujarat)

Mobile: 9909922457

anil61dev@yah oo.co.in

Shri Anil Kumar Tuteja

Joint Secretary

Mantralaya, D. K. S. Bhavan, Beside Faristha Nursing Home, Katora Talab, Raipur 492001, Chhattisgarh.

Mobile: 9435506500

anilkumartuteja @rediffmail.com

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Inspectorate of Electricity, Government of Meghalaya West Bengal State Electricity Board West Bengal State Electricity Board

Shri B.D.Nengno ng

Senior Electrical Inspector

Govt. of Meghalaya, Shillong

Mobile: 9863049159

sei_meg@rediff mail.com,bdnn @indiatimes.co m

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Shri Benoy Sen

Convenor Secretary, for Energy conservation

Bidyut Bhawan, 8th Floor, Block-DJ, Sector II, Bidhanagar (Salt Lake), Kolkata-700 091 (West Bengal)

Mobile: 9836089580 Phone (033) 23197532

mkray44@yaho o.com, sensreya@yaho o.co.in

M. Majumder (retired)

Executive Director

Bidyut Bhawan, 7th Floor, Block-DJ, Sector II Bidhanagar (Salt Lake), Kolkata-700 091 (West Bengal)

Tel: (033) 23598128 Fax: (033) 23598128

mkray44@yaho o.com sensreya@yaho o.co.in

Mousumi Bhoumi

Eenrgy Managemen t Division

Tel: (033) 23598128 Fax: (033) 23598128

Mr H. Chakrabarti

Commercial division

wbseb@data1.i n

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West Bengal State electricity Distribution Govt. Of Jharkhand, Energy department

Madhu Sudan Pal

Dy. Chief Engineer, Central commercial Deptt. Chief Engineercum-Chief Electrical Inspector

Vidyut Bhawan, 8th Floor, Block-DJ, Sector II, Bidhanagar (Salt Lake), Kolkata-700 091 (West Bengal)

(O) 033 - 23590078, 033 -25707306, (m) 9830955601

mdh@rediffmail. com

Shri Gaj Pal singh

Ilectrical Inspectorate,Ranchi-834002

Mobile: 9431114097

gajpalsingh@ho tmail.com

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Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board

Shri Jagdish Chander Sharma

Member (F&A) HPSEB

Vidyut Bhawan, Shimla-171004 (HP).

Mobile: 9418000066

jagdish91@gma il.com

Mr. Niraj Kapoor

Director (Enf. & E.A.)

Vidyut Bhawan, Shimla-171004 (HP).

T: 0091 177 2655007 M: 0091 9418457366

directorenf@hp seb.com

Tripura state Electricity Corporation

Shri K.L.das

Addl.Chief engineer

Government of Tripura, Directorate of Information Technology, Tripura-799006, Agartala,Tripura

Mobile: 9436503331

kldas.tsecl@gm ail.com

Dr. Saran

Mob.: 9811118042

Maharashtra Energy Developmen t Agency (MEDA) Chief Electrical inspector to Govt.,Tamil nadu Chhattisgar h State Renewable Energy Developmen t Agency,

Shri Mahesh Zagade

Director General

MHADA Commercial Complex, 2nd Floor, Opp. Tridal Nagar, Yerwada, Pune-411 006 ( Maharashtra)

Mobile: 9822617458 Tel: 00 91 11 23711712

dg@mahaurja.c om

Shri N.Thiruvazhi Marpha Pillai

Chief Electrical inspector

Thiru. Vi. Ka industrial estate, Guindy, chennai 600 032

Mobile: 9443263655

ceig@tn.nic.in,n tmpillai@gmail.c om

Shri Ramesh Singh Bhakuni

Executive Engineer

CREDA, D-2 & D-3, Shriram Nagar, near Railway Crossing, Vidhansabha Road, Raipur - 492007, Chhattisgarh.

Mobile: 9425505453

ramesh.bhakuni @rediffmail.com

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SDA Chhattisgar h

O/o Chief Electrical Inspectorate , SDA Tamil Nadu Office of the Engineer-InChief ElecycumPrincipal chief Electrical inspector,Or issa, Bhubanesw ar Office of the Engineer-InChief ElecycumPrincipal chief Electrical inspector,Or issa, Bhubanesw ar Office of the Engineer-InChief ElecycumPrincipal chief Electrical inspector,Or issa,

Shri S. Appavoo

Electrical Inspector

Electrical Inspectorate Department Government of Tamil Nadu Thiru Vi.Ka. Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai-600 032

Mobile: 9443137641

appavoo_s@re diffmail.com

Pyari Mohan Mishra

Executive Engineer

Department of Energy, Govt. Of Orissa Bhubaneswar-751001, Orissa

Mobile: +91 9437959534

die.elbo@ori.nic .in

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Shri J.P. Sharma

Engineer-inChief Electricitycumprincipal C.E.I.

Govt. of Orissa, Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar-1 Orissa, India

Tel. 0674-2394873 (O) Mobile: 09437345054 Fax: 0674-2391255

jpsharma1951 @yahoo.com, eicelecy_pceiori ssa@yahoo.co.i n

Shri Sudhansu Sekhar Pati

Asst to Chief Engineer(P)cum-C.E.I. (G)

Govt. of Orissa, Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar-1 Orissa, India

Mobile: 9437959542

ceigen_orissa@ yahoo.co.in

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Bhubanesw ar Government of Orissa (Office of the Engineer-inchief ElectricitycumPrincipal)

Aswini Kumar Das

Superintendi ng Engineer (REPO & Projects)

Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar-1 Orissa, India

Tel: 0674-2390418 Mobile: 9438186447 Fax: 0674-2391255

eicelecy_pceiori ssa@yahoo.co.i n

Aswini Kumar Das

aswini_kudas@ yahoo.com

Karnataka Renewable Energy Developmen t Limited Andaman & Nicobar Administrati on Power & Electricity Department, Government of Mizoram

Shri V.P.Hiremat h

IFS Managing Director

#19,Maj. Gen. A.D. Loganandan INA Cross, Queen's Road, Bangalore-560052, Karnataka

Mobile: 9844010504

dineshkredl@ya hoo.co.in

Shri. Kailash Chandra

IAS,secretar y(Power)

Electricity Department, A&N Administration Vidyut Bhawan, Port Blair 744 101

Mobile: 9434289555

kj_aleyamma@r ediffmail.com

Smt. L. Hmar

Electrical Inspector

Zuangtui, Aizwal 796017 Mizoram

Mobile: 9436140198

hmingteii2002@ yahoo.com

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Renewable Energy Department, SDA Haryana

Smt. Sumita Misra

IAS Director

S.C.O.No. 48, Sector-26, Madhya Marg, Chandigarh-160 026 (SDA - Haryana)

Tel: 91172-2791917 Mobile: 919417008825

drehareda@gm ail.com hareda@chd.ni c.in sumitamisra@y ahoo.com

Tamil Nadu Electricity Board

Smt. T. Shankari

Executive Engineer

Executive Engineer, Demand Side Management, Tamil Nadu Electricity Board, 44, Annasalai, Chennai - 600002

Mobile: 9884364475

sankitneb@redif fmail.com

Gujarat

Smt.Avantik a Singh Aulakh

Director

5th Floor,Block No.-5,New secretariat,Gandhinagar

Mobile: 9925188222

ds.petro.epd@g mail.com

Karnataka Renewable Energy Developmen t Ltd. Electricity Department Government of Goa

Vishnu Annarao Chinagundi

No.19,Maj.Gen.A D Loghanathan INA Cross, Queen's road. Bangalore-560052.

Tel: 080-22282221 Mobile: 9448053546 Fax: 080-22257399

chinagundi@ya hoo.com

Shri. Nirmal Braganza

Chief Electrical Engineer

Electricity Department, 3rd Floor,Vidyut Bhavan, Panaji Goa

Telephone : 08322224680,2426986,2422 353,2426421,2426022 Fax : 0832-2222354

direlec.goa@nic.in

http://goa.gov.in /headsofdepart ments.htm

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Goa Energy Developmen t Agency Department of Power & Renewable energy, Government of Haryana

Dr. Varde

Member Secretary

GEDA, near saligao seminary, saligao, goa

Tel: 0832-2407194, 2407112 mob: +91 9923795262

gedagoa@yaho o.com

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Shri Ashok Lavasa, IAS

Financial Commission er & Principal Secretary and

Room No. 603, 6th Floor, Haryana New Secretariat, Sector-17, Chandigarh-160017

Tel: 91172-2714058 Mobile: 9915088021, 9810265203

alavasa@nic.in

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Chairman HAREDA Phone: +91 11 23364822, +91 11 23363628 +91 11 23742801, +91 11 23341518 Fax No. :- +91-1123341518

Investment Promotion Centre Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Developmen t Agency, SDA Uttarakhand Inspectorate of Electricity, Government of Assam West Bengal Renewable Energy Developmen t Agency WBREDA, WB green energy developmen t coproration ltd.

Shri Ashok Lavasa, IAS

Chief Coordinator

Investment Promotion Center, Haryana C-8, Baba Kharagh Singh Marg New Delhi-110001, India

drehareda@gm ail.com

www.haryanainv est.org

Shri Arun Kumar Tyagi

Chief Project Officer

Energy Park Campus, Industrial Area, Patel Nagar, Dehradun - 248001

Mobile: 9837071245

aruntygi@gmail. com uredahq@gmail .com aruntygi@yaho o.com nhuda@email.c om nurul@hudaz.n et

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Mohammed Nurul Huda

Dy. Chief Electrical Inspectorcum-advisor

A-402, Shree Enclave, Beltola Bazar Road, Guwahati, Assam, India, Pin 781028.

Tel: 0361-2529611 Mobile: (+91) 9435060243, +91 9706060243 Fax: 0361-2529611 Phone : 2357 5038, 5348 (PBX) 2357 5347, 5037 (Direct) Telefax No : (033) 2357 5347, 5037

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Mr. Gon Chaudhuri

Special Secretary

BIKALPA SHAKTI BHAVAN, Plot No. J1/10, EP& GP Block, Sector - V SALT LAKE ELECTRONICS COMPLEX KOLKATA - 700 091 WEST BENGAL, INDIA

wbreda@cal.vs nl.net.in

http://www.wbre da.org

Mr. Gon Chaudhuri

Managing Director

Tel. +91-33-2357 5347

wbgedcl@rediff mail.com

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Electrical Inspectorate Department Government of Tamil Nadu

Smt. K. Selvam, Electrical Inspector

Punjab Energy Developmen t Agency c

Sri Balkar Singh, Senior Manager

Electrical Inspectorate Department Government of Tamil Nadu Thiru Vi.Ka. Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai-600 032. Punjab Energy Developmen t Agency Solar Passive Complex, Plot No. 1-2, Sector 33-D, Chandigarh (U.T.)-160 034

Sri Sathya Sai Baba Enclave plot. No-8 Flat No.-SA/10(Behind Hotel Ambika Empire) Kanniappa Street, Vadapalani Chennai Tamil Nadu-600026 India

9444947131

selvamravi@ya hoo.com

5/05/03, Modern Housing Complex Manimajra Chandigarh - 160101 India

9417379100

balkar_22@yah oo.co.in

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Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board

Shri Jagdish Chander Sharma

Member (F&A) HPSEB

Vidyut Bhawan, Shimla-171004 (HP).

Mobile: 9418000066

jagdish91@gma il.com

http://hpseb.co m

Shri. R. K. Verma

Director (Enf. & EA)

Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, Vidyut Bhawan, Shimla -171004 (HP)

Fax -(0177) 2803315 Phone - (0612) 2656624 (O)

niraj_hpseb@ya hoo.com

http://hpseb.co m

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Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board

Er. Janak Singh Rana

AEE

Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, Vidyut Bhawan, Shimla -171004 (HP)

9418000920

jsrana1957@y ahoo.co.in

Chairman

Phone: 0177-2813563

chairman@hpse b.com

http://hpseb.co m

Tourist Development Corporations


Contact Person

status

Place

Institution Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation Goa Tourism Development Corporation

Designation

Address Express Towers, 9th Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021. Express Towers, 9th Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021. Trionora Apartments, Dr Alvares Costa Road, Panaji, Goa403001

Contact Numbers Tel: +91 22 2202 4482/ 4522 / 4584 Fax: +91 22 2202 4521

E-mail webmaster @maharasht ratourism.go v.in md@mahara shtratourism. gov.in chairman@g oatourism.com

Website

Mumbai

www.maharasht ratourism.gov.in

Mumbia

Mrs Patil

PA of MD

+91 22 2202 3472 Tel : + 91 0832 2224063 Fax : + 91 0832 2423926 / 2420779

Goa

Shyam Satardekar

Chairman

www.goatourism.com

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Goa

Goa Tourism Development Corporation

Elvis Gomes

Managing Director

Trionora Apartments, Dr Alvares Costa Road, Panaji, Goa403002

Tel: + 91 0832 2423459 Fax: + 91 0832 2423926 / 2420779 mob: 9822388099

md@goatourism.com, director@go atourism.org

www.goatourism.com

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Goa

Goa Tourism Development Corporation Goa Tourism Development Corporation Goa Tourism Development Corporation

Dattaram Sawant

Dy. General Manager (Hotels) public relations office public relations officer

Trionora Apartments, Dr Alvares Costa Road, Panaji, Goa403003

Mobile: +91 9850676538 Tel Off:. + 91 0832 2226515 / 2224132 Fax. + 91 0832 2423926 / 2420779 Tel Off: + 91 0832 2226515 / 2224132 Fax. + 91 0832 2423926 / 2430133

dgmf@goatourism.com

www.goatourism.com

Goa

Joseline Deepak Narvekar

pro@goatourism.com pro@goatourism.com

Goa

Mob. +91 9822160498

Goa

Tourism Department

Shri. Arvind Lolyekar

Director

dirtour.goa@ni c.in, goatour@sa ncharnet.in

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Thirupathi Reservation Office

Tourism House, Himayatnagar, Hyderabad - 500 063. Andhra Pradesh, India Room No.5 & 6, Sridevi Complex, Tilak Road, Tirupati. Corporate Office, P.B.No 5424 Mascot Square, Thiruvananthapuram 695 033 Kerala.

Tel: +91-40-23262151, +9140-23262152, +91-4023262153, +91-40-23262154, +91-40-23262457 Fax: +91-40-23261801

info@aptdc.i n

www.tourismina p.com

Tirupati

Tel: 0877-2289120

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Kerala

KTDC

Mr. Mohan Lal, IAS

Managing Director

Tel. +91 471 2727108

mohanlal@k tdc.com

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Kerala

KTDC

Mr. C. Ramesh

Commercial Manager

Corporate Office, P.B.No 5424 Mascot Square, Thiruvananthapuram 695 033 Kerala. Corporate Office, P.B.No 5424 Mascot Square, Thiruvananthapuram 695 033 Kerala. Corporate Office, P.B.No 5424 Mascot Square, Thiruvananthapuram 695 033 Kerala.

Telefax: +91 471 2721241

cmktdc@b snl.in

www.ktdc.com

Kerala

KTDC

Mr. M. Madhusooda nan Pillai

Project Engineer

Tel: +91 471 2315627

ktdc@vsnl. com

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Kerala Haryana

Kerala Tourism Development Corporation Haryana Tourism

Mrs. Soma Mahesh Bhel

Tel: 91-471-2721243,272124 5 Fax: 91-471- 2721249, 2727521

ktdc@vsnl.c om, marketing@ ktdc.com info@haryan atourism.co m, htcchd@san charnet.in

http://www.ktdc. com

Chandigarh

Haryana Tourism Delhi Tourism and Transport Development Corporation

Head Office : 17-19, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh 18-A, D.D.A.SCO Complex, defence Colony, New Delhi - 24,

Tel : 0172-2702955-56-57 Fax: 2703185

Delhi

Mrs. Sumati Mehta, IAS

CMD

Tel: 24611712, 24621040

delhitourism @vsnl.com

http://delhitouris m.nic.in

India

India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.

Mr. Mohan Lal, IAS

Managin g Director

Corporate Office, P.B.No 5424 Mascot Square, Thiruvananthap uram - 695 033

Tel. +91 471 2727108

mohanlal @ktdc.co m

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Shri Parvez Dewan


India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.

Chairman & Managing Director

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India

Shri Rajiv Makin


India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.

Director (C & M)

India

Mr Sudhir Sibal
India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd. India Tourism Development Corporation India Tourism Development Corporation Hotel Division West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation

Vice President (Hotels)

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India

Kerala. Scope Complex, Core-8, 6th Floor, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 Scope Complex, Core-8, 6th Floor, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 The Ashok Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri New Delhi110021
Jeevan Vihar, 3rd Floor 3, Sansad Marg New Delhi-110001 SCOPE Complex Core 8, 7 Lodi Rd New Delhi-110003 New Secretariat Building(West Block) Ground Floor, Kolkata - 700 001

Ph: 43543027, Mob: 9811243858

Ph: 43543027

Phone: 91-11-26110101

sibal@the ashokgrou p.com; ashokhote l@vsnl.co m


info@theash okgroup.com cmditdc@th eashokgroup .com http://www.thea shokgroup.com

India

Tel: +91-11-23748165 Fax: +91-11-23748094

India

M.S. Manchanda

Vice President

Tel: 24360182 Fax: 24360185 Tel:+91 33 2248 7302/8256/8242/7318/9416, 2210 3194 Fax: +91 33 2248 8290

http://tourism.go v.in http://www.trave lmasti.com/dom estic/wb/wbtdc.h tm

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Kolkata

Mr. S. Budder

wbtdc@cal2. vsnl.net.in

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Kolkata

West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation

Mr. Amitab Ghosh

manager marketing

+91 9874026909

wbtdc_2007 @rediff.com

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Tourism Department of WB West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation

Shri. Arvind Lolyekar

Director Hemanta Bhavan, 12 BBD Bag, (East) , 4th floor, Kolkata - 700 001 Dept. of Tourism, Paryatan Bhawan, Museum Campus, Bhubaneswar - 751 014 OTDC Head Office, Panthanivas (Old Block), Lewis Road, Bhubaneswar 751015

dirtour.goa@ nic.in, goatour@s ancharnet.i n wbtdc@vsn l.com ortour@ori ssatourism. gov.in


www.wbtourism. com

Dibakar Dey

P.A. to M. D.

9874026920/9433253060

Orissa

Tourism Department Orissa Tourism Development Corporation

Shri R. N. Nanda Sri Ashok Kumar Tripathy, IAS

Director

(91-674) 2432177

http://www.oriss atourism.gov.in

Orissa

Chairman,

0674-2432414

otdc@ortel. net

http://www.pant hanivas.com

Mr. Prabeet

Senior Steno

0674-2432414

0674-2431289 Mr. Barag Gupta, IAS Managing Director OTDC Head Office, Panthanivas (Old Block), Lewis Road, Bhubaneswar 751014

Orissa

OTDC Orissa Tourism Development Corporation, PANTHANIVA S PURI

0674-2536699

otdc@ortel. net otdc@ortel. net otdc@pant hanivas.co m

06752-222562/222740

http://www.pant hanivas.com/pur i.html

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Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation

Yogesh Behl

General Manager

Ritz Annexe, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh 171 001

Tel: 0177- 2652704 Fax: 0177- 2652206 Mobile: +919418000152

yogeshbehl @hotmail.c om

http://hptdc.nic.i n/contact.htm

NGOs and Companies

status

Institution

Contact Person

Designation

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), New Delhi

Sir/Madam

Address The Mantosh Sondhi Centre 23, Institutional Area, Lodi Road New Delhi - 110 003 (INDIA)

contact numbers Tel: (+91)-1124629994-7 Fax: (+91)-1124626149 / 24633168 Tel: (+91)-1722607228, 2605868, 5080784 (D) Fax: (+91)-172260259, 2614974

email

website

ciico@ciionline.o rg

http://www.cii. in

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Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Energy Management Confederation of Indian Industry

Harinder Jeet singh

Deputy Head, CII-LM Thapar Centre for Competitiveness Centre for Competitiveness Energy Audits Principal Adviser & Chief Coordinator Energy, Environment & Natural Resources

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Harinder Jeet singh

Sector 31-A, Chandigarh - 160 030, India Plot No. 249 - F, Udyog Vihar, Phase IV, Sector 18, Gurgaon 249 F Sector 18 Udyog Vihar Gurgaon 122015 249 F Sector 18 Udyog Vihar Gurgaon 122015

harinder.singh@ ciionline.org harinder.singh@ ciionline.org

www.ciicfc.or g www.ciicfc.or g

Tel: 911244013874 Tel: (+91) 124 4014060 - 67 Fax: (+91) 124 4014080 / 83 Tel: (+91) 124 4014060 - 67 Fax: (+91) 124 4014080 / 84

Confederation of Indian Industry Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), National Energy Council

V Raghuraman

v.raghuraman@ ciionline.org

http://www.cii. in http://www.cii online.org/ http://www.cii. in

Suman Kumar

Deputy Director

suman.kumar@ ciionline.org

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CII Northern Region

Charu Mathur

Regional Director

Block No. 3, Dakshin Marg Sector 31 - A Chandigarh 160047

Tel: (+91) 0172 2602365, 5868, 7228 Fax: (+91) 0172 2606259, 2614974 Tel: (+91) 033 22307727-28, (+91) 033 22301434 Fax: (+91) 033 22301721, (+91) 033 22212700 Tel: (+91) 044 42444555 Fax: (+91) 044 42444510 Tel: (+91) 022 24931790, 4930565, 4930287 Fax: (+91) 022 24939463 Tel: +91 04023733473/0904 mobile: 9441077239 Fax: +91 04024606981 Tel: +91 04023733473/0904 Fax: +91 04024606981 Tel: +91 040 24690331, 24690332, 24690333, 24625447, 24694156 Fax: +91 11 24615002

charu.mathur@c iionline.org

http://www.cii. in

CII Eastern Region

S Mukherjee

Regional Director

6, Netaji Subhas Road Kolkata - 700 001 (INDIA) 98/1, Velacherry Main Road Guindy Chennai - 600 032 105, Kakad Chambers, 1st Floor, 132 Dr Annie Besant Road Worli, Mumbai - 400 018

s.mukherjee@cii online.org

http://www.cii. in

CII Southern Region

Virendra Gupta

Regional Director

virendra.gupta@ ciionline.org

http://www.cii. in

CII Western Region

Sandhya Satwadi

Regional Director

sandhya.satwadi @ciionline.org

http://www.cii. in

National Productivity Council

A.S.Kumar

Regional Director

10-E, Gaganvihar, M.J.Road, Hyderabad-500001 10-E, Gaganvihar, M.J.Road, Hyderabad-500001

npc@ap.nic.in

www.npcindia .org

National Productivity Council

G. Hema

Sr. Deputy Director

npc@ap.nic.in

www.npcindia .org

National Productivity Council

Pradeep Singh

Director General

Utpadakta Bhavan, 5-6 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003

dgnpc@npcindia .org

www.npcindia .org

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National Productivity Council

Dr. S.K. Chakravorty

Group Head & Director (Technology Management & Environment Management)

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National Productivity Council

Shri Anjan Kumar Sinha

Director, Energy Management

Utpadakta Bhavan, 5-6 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110004 National Productivity Council, 9, Syed Amir Ali Avenue, Kolkata 700017 Utpadakta Bhavan, 5-6 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 Utpadakta Bhavan, 5-6 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110004 Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, INDIA Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, INDIA Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, INDIA Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, INDIA

Tel: +91 040 24690331, 24690332, 24690333, 24625447, 24694156 Fax: +91 011 24615003

sk.chakraborty@ npcindia.org

www.npcindia .org

mobile: +91 9830892627

npckol@dataone .in

www.npcindia .org

National Productivity Council

Prashant Srivastava

Assitant Director (EM)

prashant.sriva stava@npcindi a.org

www.npcindi a.org

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National Productivity Council

D. Pawan Kumar

Group Head & Director (EM)

+91 11 24690331, mobil: 09818802231 Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2145 Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2146 Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2147 Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2147

dpawan.kumar @npcindia.org

www.npcindi a.org

TERI

Sir/Madam

mailbox@teri.res .in

www.teriin.org

TERI

Mr. K Rajagopal

Manager

pmc@teri.res.in

www.teriin.org

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TERI

Pradeep Kumar

Senior Fellow Director Industrial Energy Efficiency

pradeepk@teri.r es.in

TERI

Girish Sethi

girishs@teri.res.i n

www.teriin.org

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TERI

Priyanka Kochhar

Area Convenor

Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110 003, INDIA

mc

TERI Society for Enhancing Sustainability and Value of Organisations (SESVO) - Ecoprofit Team

S. Rajkumar

Research Associate

Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 ext: 2148 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2148 Tel: (+91 11) 2468 2100 and 41504900 ext: 2147 Fax: (+91 11) 2468 2144 and 2468 2149 mobile: 9873873399 Tel: +91 11 26611021 / 26528840 Fax: +91 11 26537673 Mob. +91 9830280888, +91 33 3022 1900 +91 33 2283 7973 Tel +91 33 32927725, mob. +91 9831351759 T: 011-43506070 F: 011-43506000 M: 9968474873

priyanka@teri. res.in

www.teriin.org

rajkumar@teri. res.in

www.teriin.o rg

Lalit Sharma

Project Manager

860, Sector 21, Gurgaon 122016, Haryana, India 1, Sarojini Naidu Sarani Shubham, Suite 104 Kolkata - 700 017 INDIA

DB Solar TATA BP Solar Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited

Abhijeet Agarwal Mr. S. Dakta

technical and financial aspects of solar water heating

abhijeet@dbsolar.com, info@dbsolar.com

www.dbsolar.com

Sonia Duhan

Junior Manager

mcf

Barefoot Orissa

Mr. Yugabrata Kar

mf

Anama Enertech Solutions Pvt.Ltd.

Pramod Kembhavi

Managing Director

2E/25, 3rd Floor, Jhandewalan Extention, New Delhi-110055 Flat No. 007, Krishna Dham Apartment, VIP Road, Puri -752001, Orissa, India. 405,4th Floor,Decision Towers,Next to City Pride Cinema, Pune Satara Road,Pune 411037

Mob: +91 9437023656 Tel. no. +91 20 2422 9119Fax no: 020 24229120/21/22 Mobile Number: 9850611332

soniaduhan@ra mky.com barefootorissa@ yahoo.com.in bubuno1@hotm ail.com yugabrata@gma il.com

www.ramky.c om

pramodkembhav i@hotmail.com

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Anama Enertech Solutions Pvt.Ltd. TV SD South Asia TV SD South Asia

Puneet Hedge

Asst. Manager, Audits and Execution Refional Manager (West) - Environment Engineering

Ajit G Habbu

Supratik Dutta

Auditor, CDM

Refrecon Magic Systems Pvt. Ltd.

Vrajalala Vaman Kanetkar

Director

405,4th Floor,Decision Towers,Next to City Pride Cinema, Pune Satara Road,Pune 411037 E-15/16 Royal Arcade, Stara Road, Pune - 411043, Maharashtra, India 230A, AJC Bose Road, chitrakoot Bldg., space no. 27, kolkata 70020, India 2nd Floor, "Airtek house", S. No 37/3, Vadgaon Khurd. Sinhagad Road, Pune 411041 SIDBI, Videocon Tower, Jhandewalan Extn. New Delhi SIDBI, Videocon Tower, Jhandewalan Extn. New Delhi

Tel. no. +91 20 2422 9119Fax no: 020 24229120/21/22 Mobile Number: 9822788163 Tel: +91-2024378137, 24362942 Cell: 95030 39763 Fax: +91-20-2437813 Tel: +91 334483 3585, Fax: +91 33 2283 3579, Mobile: +91 9831777118 Tel.: +91-2024392545, 24393418, Fax.: +9120-24390551 Tel: +91-1123530637, 23682473-77 Tel: +91-1123530637, 23682473-77

puneet@anama enertech.com ajit.habbu@tuvsud.in supratik.dutta@t uv-sud.in www.tuvsud.in www.tuvsud.in

SIDBI

M.K. Sharma

General Manager

kvrajlal@vsnl.co m mahendersharm a990@gmail.co m, mksharma@sidb i.in manojmittal@sid bi.in

http://refrecon magic.com

SIDBI

Manoj Mittal

DGM(PMD)

Power Companies

status

Institution

Contact Person

Designation

National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)

Sir/Madam

Address NTPC Limited NTPC Bhawan, SCOPE Complex, 7-Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003

contact numbers

email

website

Tel: 24360100

consultancy@ ntpc.co.in

www.ntpc.co .in

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Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWER GRID)

Sir/Madam

Chief Vigilance Officer

Power trading corporation of India ltd (PTC)

R.C.Chaudhary

VP Operations and Commercial Group

Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC)

Asim Kumar Barman

IAS Chairman

B-9, Qutab Institutional Area, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi-110016 PTC India Limited 2nd Floor, NBCC Tower 15 Bhikaji Cama Place New Delhi - 110066 DVC HEADQUARTERS DVC Towers, VIP Road Kolkata-700054 DVC HEADQUARTERS DVC Towers, VIP Road Kolkata-700055

Tel: 91-124-2571700

swarupn@pow ergridindia.co m

http://www.p owergridindi a.com

Tel: 011-41659144

info@ptcindia. com

http://www.p tcindia.com

Tel: (033)2355-7935

asim.barman @dvc.gov.in

www.dvcindi a.org

Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC)

S. Barari

Chief Environment Officer

Tel: (033) 2355-9817

siddhartha.barari @dvc.gov.in

www.dvcindia .org

Hotels

status

Institution

Contact Person

Designation

WH Bal Samand Lake Palace & Garden Retreat

Nitin Kumar Aggarwal

Resident Manager

PDK Shenaz Hotels Private Limited The Lemon Tree Hotels

Arvind Bhatnagar Vijay Kumar Handa

Executive Director Operations Regional Hotel Manager

Address WH Bal Samand Lake Palace & Garden Retreat, Mandore Road Jodhpur - 342 026 Rajasthan (India) 8/1, Middleton Row 1st Floor Kolkata 700071, India Lemon Tree Hotel, Jaipur

contact numbers Tel :+91-2912572321 to 26 & 2571991 Fax :+91-2912571240

email

website

bslp@jodhpurhe ritage.com balsamand@dat aone.in www.jodhpurh eritage.com/w ww.welcomhe ritagehotels.c om www.ivorykitc hen.com

Tele: +91 33 22291178 Fax: +91 33 22260479 T +91-011-41650101 F +91-011-41652666

arvindbhatnagar @ivorykitchen.c om vijay.handa@le montreehotels.c

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Mayfair Hotels and Resorts

Binod Baral

Resort Manager

Pre Opening Hotel World Trade Park, JLN Marg Jaipur, Rajasthan Chakratirtha Road, Puri - 752002, Orissa, India.

om T: +91 6752227800 F: +91 6752224242 M: +91 9337013053 T: +91 6752 224370, 222440 F: +91 6752223968 M: +91 9937081111, 9338047900 bbaral@mayfair hotels.com rajpuri08@gmail .com holidayresortpuri @rediffmail.com www.lemontre ehotels.com

Holiday Resorts

Raj Kishore Patra

Managing Director

ITC-Welcomgroup Hotel Vikram New Kenilworth Hotel Pvt. Ltd. Sonar Bangla

Niranjan Khatri Manoj Kumar

General Manager WelcomEnviron Initiatives

Chakratirtha Road, Puri - 752002, Orissa, India. ITC Limited Hotels Division Headquarters, ITC Green Centre, 10 Institutional Area, Sector 322, Gurgaon-122001, India

www.mayfairh otels.com

T: 91-1244171045,

niranjan.khatri@i tcwelcomgroup.i n www.itcwelco mgroup.in www.kenilw orthhotels.c om

Mr. Raju Bharat Mr. Amit Bhatacharjee

Managing Director

1 & 2 Little Russel Street, Kolkota, 700071 Baliapanda - Puri Orissa

Tel: +91 (0) 33 22823939 40 Tel: +91 9777184314

kenilwrthkol@ kenilworthhote ls.com

Mayfair Puri

Lalatendu Saomantanaj

Chakratirtha Road 2, Puri Plot No.: 83, VIP Road, Puri, 752001, Orissa

Tel: +91 (0) 6759 227800

puri@mayfairh otels.com

www.mayfai rhotels.com

Hotel Shakti International

Mr. Srikant Sahoo

COO

Tel: +91 (0) 6752 222388 / 222488

shakti_int@ya hoo.com

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Swosti Premium Ltd.

Mr. Nihar Sahoo

Executive Secretary to MD

P-1, Jayadev Vihar, Bhubaneswar 751013, Orissa

Tel: +91 (0) 9338089752

nrs.spl@mailsw osti.org / hrd@swostiprem ium.com

http://swosti.c om/swosti.ph p?pageid=53

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B MoMs on the meetings with potential partners and the project planning workshops in India
Summary
First meetings and project planning workshops were conducted in Dehli, India from the 15 th to 21st November 2008 with the purpose of inquiring the participation of potential partners in the feasibility study of the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry in India. In the visit to Delhi from November 15 th to November 21st discussion were held with 29 individual representatives from 14 organisations. These comprised of German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), Ministry of Power (MoP), Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI), Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), Hotel and Restaurant Association Eastern India (HRAEI), Departments of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana, Haryana Renewable energy Development Agency, Haryana Tourism Bureau, Society for Enhancing Sustainability and Value of Organisations (SESVO), Ecoprofit Team India, Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association AHAR, Energy Manager Training (EMT), Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment of Government of Delhi. All potential partners were interested in contributing to the feasibility study to different extends, first impressions regarding the approach for the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry were that there could be two different approaches, one aiming at the private and the other at the governmental owned hotels. The target groups could consist of smaller and lower category hotels and restaurants, as the larger 5 star and 5 star deluxe hotel chains have already conducted energy audits and implementing energy efficiency measures. A detailed evaluation and conclusion of all meetings will be prepared for the first interim report of the feasibility study which will be ready in the mid of February 2009. The following MoMs are sorted according to their order of occurrence. Introduction of Adelphi Consult applies to every session of meeting and is thus not mentioned in this compilation.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)


Date: 15 November 2008, 12:30 14:15 Participants: Mr. Harinder Jeet Sing (Head of the CII L M Thapar Centre for Competitiveness) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Adelphi Consult)

Location: CII Office Gurgaon, Plot No. 249 F, Udyo Vihar Udyog Vihar, Phase IV, Sector 18, Gurgaon.

Content of Meeting Possible Role of CII, Centre for Competitiveness in the project

In the project CfC of CII is generally interested to participate in the project, the specific role has yet to be defined, possible fields of activity which were discussed are:
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o o o o

Conduct the 3 Energy Audits during the Feasibility Study hotels have to be identified by Adelphi Consult (AC) questionnaire for pre-audit will be sent by CfC quotation for audit will be given by CfC

The approach will be upon signing contract, audit can be conducted in max. 2 months, with the payment scheme as follows: o o 50 % advance before start of audit 50% after audit on site before submission of report

Participate in the coordination meeting o CII CfC intends to participate in the coordination meeting end of February 2009

Sign a modified MoU. in the MoU the specifc task of the CfC has to be given so that it can be signed, the process is pretty lengthy as many there are many decision takers in CII. In addition to that, there were mentions on other possible consultancy services supporting the ECHCI in India

Questions Raised Is the payment scheme for the energy audits acceptable for the Federal Ministry of Environment (BMU)? What tasks can be included in the MoU so that it is acceptable for CII? Can CII support on organising the cooperation meeting?

Next Steps Action Workout a more specific MoU and define the role of CfC Identify the Hotels for the audit in order to make quotations Invite CII CfC to coordination meeting Exchange presentations of the meeting Date asap asap Done asap Responsible AC and CfC AC AC CfC and AC

Bureau of Energy Efficiency


Date: 17th November 2008, 11:15 11:45

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Participants: Pravatanalini Samal, Arijit Sengupta, Rajini Thomson (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi

Content of Meeting It was focused on the availability of data for the feasibility study. After AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti) gave a short outlook into the possible activities of the feasibility study and an overview of the intended campaign, BEE (Pravatanalini Samal, Arijit Sengupta and Rajini Thomson) briefed on the energy efficiency award BEE gives to the hotel and hospital sector every year, this year being awarded on December 14th. The data provided by the applicants could be useful for elaborating the energy profiles for the hotel and catering industry. Thus it should be considered that these applicants are probably those of better practice examples as compared to the average hotels and hospitals in regards to the energy profile. This is so as they would only apply for this award being confident that they have already implemented all the possible energy efficiency measures. The available data is not very comprehensive as only few hotels (5-10) have applied for the award. Mr. Chakravarti was responsible for the award when working for the BEE and is currently working with the GTZ. Mr. Rajiv Gargh is now responsible for the award.

Next Steps Action sends general data on the award to AC sends data on the award of 2008 after it has been awarded (after December 14th) Get in contact with Mr. Chakravarti sends contacts of Mr. Gargh to AC communicate on the status of the project Date Done After the award Done asap regularly Responsible BEE BEE AC BEE AC and BEE

GTZ and BEE


Date: Participants: November 17th 2008, 1st meeting 15:00 16:00 2nd meeting 16:00 16:15 1st meeting: Rudolf Rauch, Jens Burgtorf, Thomas Schmitz, Jiwesh Nandan, Arvind Asthana, (GTZ), Pravatanalini Samal, Arijit Sengupta (BEE), Mikael Henzler, Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC) 2nd meeting: Ajay Mathur, Sanjay Seth (BEE), Mikael Henzler, Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC) BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi

Location:

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Content of the first meeting Possible roles of GTZ and BEE in the campaign

After AC (Mikael Henzler and Ronjon Chakrabarti) gave a short outlook into the activities of the feasibility study and an outlook to the campaign, GTZ (Rudolf Rauch and Jens Burgtorf) stated that they are generally interested in supporting the project on various levels which will be defined after discussions with several actors in the hotel and catering industry. BEE has already implemented the National Energy Award for Hotels and Hospitals and thus has collected information on hotels. This data could be shared with the campaign and the data being generated by the campaign made compatible to this data so that the BEE database could benefit from it. The internet based online calculators, energy programmes, energy consultant database and other features of the campaign could be included in the BEE website: http://www.energymanagertraining.com GTZ could support in the coordination of the project and in sharing its expertise in the field of the study. One energy expert could be employed by GTZ-IGEN and be paid halftime by the project so that he/she could support and coordinate. Discussion on the approach of the project: o o o Case studies of successful energy audits and pilot projects are of great support for convincing other stakeholder. More than 3 energy audits should be conducted The hotels selected for the energy audit should be from different climate areas like beaches in Kerala and Goa, major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, hilly and mountainous areas in the Blue Mountains or the Himalayas, regions with load shedding occurring regularly should be considered as they have different power supply systems, as well as different power demand. The selection process can be conducted by an independent consultant, the idea of leaving the selection to the hotel association might lead to diverse interests. Feasibility study should focus only on a few states Kerala, Goa and the Himalayas are three active tourist regions which could be used as examples The campaign could be addressed to the government owned hotels through the tourist development corporations (TDC) in the states and throughout whole India through ITDC The concept of ESCOs could be addressed for the campaign, possibly ESCOs could be setup with the purpose of energy savings in hotels

o o o o

Next Steps Action work out detailed project packages and discuss them with GTZ (Rudolf Rauch) after having conducted the first meetings with the potential partners Date 12/2008 Responsible AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti)

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workout the detailed project approach and the possible distribution of tasks to the potential partners in the project identify and employ possible candidates for the project who will be placed at the GTZ office in the BEE forward contacts to consultants who could support the research for the project and provide the basic figures on the hospitability sector available with the GTZ contact Mr. Ashok Kumar (GTZ / EMT) in order to discuss possible embedments into the energymanagertraining.com website contact Mr. Chakravarti (GTZ, former BEE), Mr. Rajiv Gargh (BEE) and Mrs Rajini Thomson (BEE) in order to collect the data for the Energy efficiency award Content of the second meeting

2/2009 1/2009

AC, GTZ and BEE AC (Mikael Henzler) and GTZ (Rudolf Rauch) GTZ (Arvind Asthana and Jiwesh Nandan) AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti) AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti)

11/2008

11/2008

Presentation of the project and statement on general cooperation

After the first meeting Mikael Henzler and Ronjon Chakrabarti were guided by Jiwesh Nandan and Arivind Asthana to the office of Ajay Mathur where they briefly introduced the project to Ajay Mathur and Sanjay Seth. Mr. Ajay Mathur was generally interested in supporting the project. Basing the project on existing studies

As several recent works related to the project have been conducted in India, the idea of a cooperation was proposed. Some aspects of the feasibility study were already covered by existing studies such as the manual for energy efficiency for hotels which BEE just received from ICF and the environment manual created by TERI for the FHRAI. In order not to redo any previously accomplished work, Ajay Mathur advised to go through these studies first, figure out the missing aspects, and then proceed with the elaboration of the various packets for the feasibility study. BEE would provide the ICF study after endorsing it. Possibilities of implementing regional or local pilot projects in the feasibility study should be envisaged. Other relevant fields for studies Another important field of activity in a similar sector would be a campaign for energy efficiency in shopping malls. Next Steps After agreeing on a general cooperation Mikael Henzler and Ronjon Chakrabarti followed Sanjay Seth in his office and discussed the next steps: Action Date Responsible AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti) BEE (Sanjay Seth) AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti)

communicate with BEE (Sanjay Seth) about the details of the project 11/2008 packages after 24th November in order to discuss and set up the detailed necessities and scope of the study for the BEE provide ICF study on the energy efficiency manual for hotel to AC Asap (Ronjon Chakrabarti) as soon as it is endorsed by BEE Circulate the interim reports and results of the feasibility study to Sanjay Seth and Ajay Mathur, and also staying in close contact with
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Regular

the BEE in order to produce results which support the aim of BEE

Hotel and Restaurant Association Eastern India (HRAEI)


Date: November 18th 2008, 11:00 12:00 Participants: Mr. Chowdhury (HRA Eastern India) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Phone conference in Delhi

Content of Meeting Work and setup of the HRA Eastern India

Mr. Chowdhury explained the setup and work of the HRA Eastern India and briefed on the awareness of the hotel managers regarding energy efficiency. He has experience in this topic as he is personally involved in the field of energy efficiency, e.g. just recently the HRA EI has conducted workshops for solar thermal water heating.

Possible role of HRA EI in E-HotCat

Mr. Chowdhury stated his general interest in the campaign and offered to provide contacts to potential partners in the eastern region. He also stated to be interested in a meeting in Kolkata to discuss about possible cooperation for the project. Next Steps Action Set up date for meeting in Kolkata Provide contact to potential partners in the eastern region Date Asap Asap Responsible AC HRA EI

Department of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana, HAREDA, Haryana Tourism Bureau
Date: November 18th 2008, 12:00 13:30 Participants: Ashok Lavasa (Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Department of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana) P.K Nautiyal (Sr. Technical Manager, Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HAREDA)) B.S. Yadav (Additional Director, HAREDA) Mahesh Behl (Dy. Director Haryana Govt. Tourist Bureau) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult)
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Location: C-8, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Department of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana stated general interest in the campaign and briefed on a possible setup for the implementation of the ECHCI. The approach would address government owned hotels. The MoP could write an official letter through the BEE addressed to the Departments of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana which could then address HAREDA and the Govt.Tourist Bureau in the state asking them to organise the participation of the government hotels. The state government has the authority to make it mandatory for the hotels they own and could therefore guarantee a higher number of participants from the governmental sector.

Next Steps Action Discuss the approach for government owned hotels with the BEE and MoP and get it approved Stay in contact with HAREDA and Govt. Tourist Bureau in order to discuss this approach and its implementation Department of Power & Renewable Energy from the Govt.of Haryana communicates with HAREDA and Govt. Tourist Bureau after having received the official letter from the BEE Date Asap Regularly After approach has been approved by BEE Asap Responsible AC AC Department of Power & Renewable Energy from the Govt.of Haryana Govt. Tourist Bureau

Provide some general available data on the government owned hotels and restaurants in Haryana

BEE
Date: November 18th 2008, 14:00 15:00 Participants: Mr. Saurabh Kumar (BEE) Mr. Sanjay Seth (BEE) Mr. Arthur Freitas (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Indo German Forum, Hotel Hyatt Regency Delhi, Bhikaji Cama Place, Ring Road, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Possible roles BEE and setup of the campaign

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Saurabh Kumar, Sanjay Seth and Arthur Freitas inquired on the opinion of Ashok Lavasa (Departments of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana) with whom Ronjon Chakrabarti had a meeting before. They agreed to his suggestions that the approach should first address government owned hotels. The MoP could write an official letter through the BEE addressed to the SDA and TDC in the state asking them to organise the participation of the government hotels. The state government has the authority to make it mandatory for their own hotels to participate in this campaign and should thus guarantee a higher number of participants from the governmental sector. As for the feasibility study only some selected states should be considered in which pilot projects could then be implemented. Next steps Action Setup the approach for government hotels Date Responsible

Provide feedback to the approach

Communicate on the status of the project

2/2009(after AC first research phase has been conducted) After BEE receiving the draft for the approach regularly AC and BEE

SESVO, Ecoprofit Team India


Date: November 18th 2008, 15:30 17:30 Participants: Mr. Lalit Sharma (SESVO) Mr. Nitesh Patel (Ecoprofit Team India) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Ecoprofit office, A-33, Gulmohar Park, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Presentation of recent activites SESVO and Ecoprofit Team India have long lasting experience in conducting energy audits in several industrial sectors and in managing Indo-German projects in India. They have contacts to several energy auditors who conducted energy audits in the hotel and catering industry.

Possible roles in campaign Due to the long lasting experience SESVO and Ecoprofit Team India can advise the general setup of the project and its realisation in India. Mr. Nitesh Patel can provide important contacts to experts in this field and conduct several research tasks. SESVO and
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Ecoprofit India will evaluate their availability in the next month in order to setup possible tasks for the project.

Setup of the Campaign Mr. Sharma advised to go for a regional or state wise setup of the campaign. The main way of creating awareness for the campaign would be to generate a good publicity. With the support of governmental bodies in this project, the broadcasting for the campaign could be evaluated. BEE could take over this task.

Working out of MoU between SESVO and AC SESVO is interested in being one of the project partners and has signed the MoU stating that SESVO and AC agree on: I II Being part of the team to conduct a feasibility study for an Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering Industry in India (ECHCI) Exchange available information necessary for the feasibility study

III Evaluate their own role and tasks as a partner for the implementation of the ECHCII IV Take part in coordination meetings and a finalization meeting for the master plan for ECHCI

Next Steps Action Adapt and Sign MoU Provide contacts on consultants having experience in the hotel and catering sector Evaluate availability and possible contribution to the project Date Done asap Asap Responsible SESVO and AC Ecoprofit Team India SESVO and Ecoprofit Team India AC, SESVO and Ecoprofit Team India

Communicate on the status of the project

regularly

Ministry of Power
Date: November 19th 2008, 11:00 11:30 Participants: Mrs. Rita Acharya (MoP) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Phone conference in Delhi

Content of Meeting
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Possible setup for the campaign

Mrs. Acharya briefed on a possible setup for the implementation of the ECHCI. The approach would address government owned hotels. The MoP could write an official letter through the BEE addressed to the SDA and TDC in the state asking them to organise the participation of the government hotels. The state government has the authority to make it mandatory for their own hotels to participate in this campaign and should thus guarantee a higher number of participants from the governmental sector. As for the feasibility study only some selected states should be considered in which pilot projects could then be implemented. Possible role of MoP

They could advise on the setup of the campaign for the approaching of the government owned hotels. Next Steps Action Setup the approach for government hotels Date Responsible 2/2009(after AC first research phase has been conducted) After MoP receiving the draft for the approach regularly AC and MoP

Provide feedback to the approach

Communicate on the status of the project

Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association AHAR


Date: November 19th 2008, 12:00 12:30 Participants: Mr. Satish Shetty (Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association - AHAR) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Phone conference in Delhi

Content of Meeting Work and setup of AHAR

Mr. Satish Shetty explained the setup and work of AHAR which has approximately 6000 members. AHAR mainly focuses on the labour rights and provides general support for hoteliers. It was discussed that an Energy Campaign would mainly be addressed to the small and medium scaled hotels as the larger hotel chains already have an energy management. Possible role of AHAR

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Mr. Satish Shetty stated his general interest in the campaign and offered to provide contacts to potential partners in the Hotel and Catering Industry. He also stated his interest for a meeting in Mumbai to discuss about the possible cooperation in the project.

Next Steps Action Set up date for meeting in Mumbai Provide contact to potential partners in the hotel and catering industry Date Asap Asap Responsible AC AHAR

Bureau of Energy Efficiency


Date: November 20th 2008, 9:00 11:00 Participants: Mr. Pandian (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Presentation of the labelling campaign of BEE

After AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti) gave a short outlook into the possible activities of the feasibility study and an overview of the intended campaign, BEE (Mr. Pandian) briefed on the labelling campaign of the BEE and explained its approaches and PR works, consisting of TV spots, workshops, posters and leaflets, retailer cards among others. Appliances which are common and important for the small and medium sized hotel and catering industry like fridges, air conditioners, tube lights and distribution transformers are being labelled by the BEE. A database with all labelled appliances is available online. BEE briefed on the difficulties in awareness campaigns and about the results and achievements in the first year, which achieved reduction of an estimated 1,2 Mio tons of CO2.

Possible role of Labelling campaign in E-HotCat

In the campaign a suppliers guide for the Hotel and Catering Industry could be setup on the basis of this standards & labelling programme.

Support for the project by BEE

Mr. Pandian stated that he would support the E-HotCat project by advising AC and providing necessary contacts to potential partners. After having stated a general agreement on cooperation Mr. Pandian accompanied Mr. Chakrabarti to meet Mr. Chakravarti (BEE) and Mr. Satish Sabharwal from the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy management Centre at the Department of Environment of Government of Delhi.
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Next Steps Action Send MoU Give feedback to the MoU Provide contacts to potential partners Communicate on the status of the project Date Done asap Done regularly Responsible AC BEE BEE AC and BEE

Energy Manager Training, Bureau Energy Efficiency


Date: November 20th 2008, 11:00 12:00 and 21 st 13:00 14:00 Participants: Mr. Ashok Kumar (EMT) Mr. Pandian (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult)

Locations: BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi PCRA, Sanrakshan Bhavan, 10 Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Presentation of the energymanagertraining website

Mr. Kumar presented the features of the energymanagertraining website in respect to its components which are similar to the online tools used by the ongoing energy efficiency campaign being implementing in Germany.

Presentation of the LLL workshops

Mr. Kumar also presented the setup of the Life Long Learning (LLL) workshops during the workshop for the steel industry at Sandakshan Bhavan.

Possible role of EMT in E-HotCat

After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Kumar said to be interested in signing the MoU and support the campaign by setting up the necessary tools on the energymanagertraining website. A Google Earth based database on energy efficient hotels could be included as well as best practice papers on energy efficiency in the hotel and catering industry and graphical energy process diagram for hotels and restaurants. Other tools like a database on case studies as well as online calculators and other necessary tools could

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be part of the existing website. As EMT has long lasting experience with successful organising of workshops, EMT could organise the coordination meeting planned in the end of February.

Next Steps Action Send adapted MoU Sign MoU Elaborate exact tasks of EMT Provide more information on the website and its calculators as well as the example for Google Earths database Provide necessities for the coordination workshop Prepare budget for the coordination workshop Communicate on the status of the project Date Asap asap 12/2008 Done 1/2009 1/2009 regularly Responsible AC EMT and AC EMT EMT AC EMT AC and EEREMC

GTZ
Date: November 20th 2008, 12:00 12:15 and by phone on 21 st Participants: Mr. Chakravarti (GTZ) Mr. Pandian (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Setup of the project

After AC (Ronjon Chakrabarti) gave a short outlook into the possible activities of the feasibility study and an overview of the intended campaign, Mr. Chakravarti gave his advises for the campaign: he said that technical innovations are needed in this field in order to be of interest for the hotel and catering industry, most house keeping measures have already been implemented. Award application data

Mr. Chakrabarti requested for the application data for the energy efficiency award for hotels and hospitals. As Mr. Chakravarti is not in charge of the award anymore and is not employed

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by the BEE but the GTZ, he does not have the data anymore and advised to refer to Mrs. Rajini Thomson or Mr. Rajiv Gargh.

Next Steps Action Contact Mrs. Rajini Thomson for the data Contact Mr. Raiiv Gargh if Mrs. Thomson does not have the data Date Asap asap Responsible AC AC

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment of Government of Delhi
Date: November 20th 2008, 13:00 14:00 Participants: Mr. Satish Sabharwal (Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment of Delhi Government) Mr. Pandian (BEE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Office of energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment, Mintor Road, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Possible role of Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre at the Department of Environment of Delhi Government in E-HotCat

After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Sabharwal said to be interested in signing the MoU and support the campaign by providing contact to the relevant potential partners in Delhi, especially the HRAI NI. On the implementation of the campaign, the Delhi Government could consider providing funds in supporting the work of the campaign in Delhi.

Next Steps Action Send MoU Give feedback to the MoU Provide contacts to potential partners Communicate on the status of the project Date Done asap Asap regularly Responsible AC EEREMC EEREMC AC and EEREMC

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TERI
Date: November 21st 2008, 10:00 12:30 Participants: Mr. Girish Sethi (TERI) Mr. Pradeep Kumar (TERI) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: TERI office, Darbari Seth block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Presentation of TERI

TERI has long lasting experience with energy efficiency in the hotel and catering industry. TERI has conducted 30 energy audits in 5 star hotels, has developed energy conservation guidelines for government tourist organisations, is the judge for the environment award of FHRAI and also gives an environmental award for large, medium and small companies.

Setup of the project

In an intense discussion Mr. Sethi and Mr. Kumar briefed Mr. Chakrabarti on all the different aspects that have to be considered when dealing with the hotel and catering industry in India. The larger hotels already have good energy management, thus the small and medium hotels and restaurants should be the focus in the context of this campaign. Most hotels in the tourist attraction centres are organised city wise. In order to reach out to these hotels, direct contacts are essential, which is where the SDAs can play a major role in supporting these local communications. The feasibility study should have a national and/or technical committee through which decisions can be made and taken. Regarding the decision to go for governmental or private approach Mr. Kumar would suggest considering both ways, by emphasising more on the voluntary approach rather than the mandatory approach.

Possible tools of the campaign

During the discussion many ideas for possible services and tools were brought up. One very necessary support of E-HotCat could be to provide direct assistance for the implementation of energy efficiency measures, as this is being asked for by FHRAI frequently. An online calculator and benchmark tool for the hotel and catering industry could be very helpful. Another great measure that could be implemented is by changing the temperature standard for hotels to a higher temperature. Possible role of TERI in E-HotCat

After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Sethi and Mr. Kumar said to be interested in signing an adapted MoU and become a partner of the feasibility study and further on in the campaign.

Next Steps
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Action Elaborate exact tasks of TERI Prepare and sign adapted MoU Send FHRAI Environment Manual to AC Provide existing general information on the energy profiles in the hotels Communicate on the status of the project

Date 11/2008 12/2008 Asap Asap Regularly

Responsible TERI and AC TERI and AC TERI TERI AC and TERI

Ministry of Power
Date: November 21th 2008, 15:30 16:00 Participants: Mr. Kapil Mohan (MoP) Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Location: Room No.429, 4th Floor, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi

Content of Meeting Presentation of Distribution activities in MoP

Mr. Mohan briefed on the work regarding the distribution of Electricity in the MoP and the setup of the ministry, in which the department for distribution has good contacts in each state. Possible role of MoP in E-HotCat

Mr. Mohan has a good contact to Dr. Saran, stakeholder of the Hotel and Catering Industry, which he can provide. If any help or support from the MoP is needed he would support the campaign with his available communication paths.

Next Steps Action Evaluate the role of the MoP Date 3/2009 (after coordination workshop Done Regularly Responsible AC and MoP

Get in contact with Dr. Saran Communicate on the status of the project

AC AC and MoP

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C MoMs in the second round of meetings with potential partners in the different regions of India
Summary
The second round of meetings were conducted in Goa, Kerala, Mumbai, Kolkata, India from the 8 th to 19th December 2008 with the purpose of inquiring the participation of potential partners in the feasibility study of the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry in India. In the visit to Goa from 7th to 11th December, discussions were held with 7 individual representatives from 7 organisations. These comprised of Goa Energy Development Agency, Goa Department of Tourism, Goa Tourist Development Corporation, Department of Science, Technology and Environment, Travel & Tourism Association of Goa, Alcon Hotels (Goa) Pvt. Ltd., The Mandovi Hotel. As for the visit to Kerala from 13 th to 15th December, meetings were held with 8 personalities representing 4 organisations. They are Kerala Tourist Development Corporation, Energy Management Centre, Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre, and the Kerala Travel Mart. In the visit to Mumbai on the 16 th of December, a discussion was conducted with the Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association. This is followed by the visit to Kolkata on the 17 th to 22nd of December. Meetings were held with 5 individuals from 5 organisations. This includes Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India, West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA), West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd., National Productivity Council, and DB Solar. All potential partners were interested in contributing to the feasibility study to different extends, some feedbacks regarding the approach for the Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering in India is to target on government owned hospitality facilities. Relevant associations were introduced to the Energy Campaign and their potential contribution being discussed. Several hotels were visited and they shared their practice and implementation of energy efficiency and energy saving technologies which could be possible benchmarking potentials in the Energy Campaign. A detailed evaluation and conclusion of all meetings will be prepared for the first interim report of the feasibility study which will be ready in the mid of March 2009. The following MoMs are sorted according to their order of occurrence. Introduction of Adelphi Consult applies to every session of meeting and is thus only mentioned in meetings which have additionals.

Goa Energy Development Agency


Date: December 8th 2008, 15:00 18:30 Participants: Dr. Varde (Goa Energy Development Agency) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Adelphi Consult)

Location: GEDA office, opposite of Seminary Saligao, Saligao, Goa

Content of Meeting
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Presentation and current work of GEDA

GEDA is involved in many projects in various sectors related to renewable energies and has setup various projects in Goa, among them are Solar Water systems, Box type solar cooker, solar lantern, solar street light, solar home lighting systems, solar education kit, small renewable hybrid (SPV+WIND) power systems, battery operated vehicle, improved smokeless chulha, biomass gasifier as well as other energy saving devices. GEDA has also interacted with hotels in promoting Energy Audits as well as conducting a joint workshop with banks and hotels in order to promote soft loans which are provided through the MNRE and IREDA to private banks which then offer them to private customers like hotels for energy efficiency measures. After having subsidised solar water heating since 1990 in Goa it has become a common measure that is now being installed without subsidies as it has become market competitive. GEDA has prepared a scheme for subsidizing periodical energy audits which will probably be enrolled in Feb to March 2009 in which Hotels are explicitly mentioned. In general GEDA is very interested in participating in the feasibility study as well as conducting the campaign, GEDAs main interest related to the project at the time being is to conduct energy audits in the hotels. Background to the hotel sector in GOA

In an intense discussion Dr. Varde briefed Mr. Chakrabarti on all the different aspects that have to be considered when dealing with the hotel and catering industry in Goa. Resorts have a different energy profile than large business hotels in cities due to their architecture. Many larger hotels having conducted a feasibility study could not yet implement energy efficiency measures, as implementing engineering companies are rare and seldom have experience with the specific problems of the hotel sector. For a successful campaign good case studies would be essential giving the hoteliers confidence in the implementing engineers. Hotels with less than 3 stars will be very difficult to be convinced to provide information on their energy profile as well as participate in the campaign. Setup of the feasibility Study and the Campaign

The two possible setups for the campaign were discussed. The approach for the government owned hotels and the private hotels. Dr. Varde agreed that the approach through BEE to SDAs and TDC would be viable as well as a joint approach to the private Hotels through SDAs jointly with hotel associations. The basic work of the campaign should be financed by the government, but the services to the hotels should be paid for, so the campaign is self supporting in the long run, and its services are given value. Setting up the campaign as an umbrella CDM project could be a good idea and has to be evaluated according to the total energy saving potential of the sector.

Possible role of GEDA (SDA) in E-HotCat

GEDA could coordinate the preliminary collection of Energy profiles together with the GTDC and the Tourist and Travel Association of Goa (TTAG) as well as the Energy audits to be conducted in Goa. In the campaign GEDA could also be the coordinating state level unit to approach the hotels together with GTDC and TTAG. After stating the general interest in the campaign Dr. Varde said to be interested in signing an adapted MoU and become a partner of the feasibility study and further on in the campaign. GEDA intends to participate in the coordination workshop as well as the finalisation workshop for the feasibility study, maybe one Goan Hotel could host the coordination workshop.

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Next Steps

Action
Provide AC with contact to TTAG Adapt MoU Send official letters to GEDA (General Enquiry, detailed meeting letter, MoU, MoM)

Date
Asap Done Done

Responsible
GEDA AC AC GEDA AC

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 12/2009 one Goan Hotel. Provide GEDA with case studies in Germany and India on successful implementation of energy efficiency measures in the hotel and catering industry Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels GEDA collects Data together with TDC and TTAG Communicate on the status of the project 1/2009

2/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

AC and GEDA AC GEDA AC and GEDA

Goa Tourist Development Corporation, Goa Department of Tourism


Date: December 10th 2008, 1st meeting 11:00 11:30, 2nd meeting 11:30 -12:30 Participants: Mr. Elvis Gomez (Director of Tourism, Govt. of Goa, Department of Tourism(DoT), Managing Director Goa Tourist Development Corporation(GTDC)) Mr. T.R. Rivandar (Asst. Director Tourism, DoT) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

Location: Department of Tourism, Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa

Content of Meeting

Presentation and current work of DoT and GTDC

Mr. Gomez briefed on his role in the DoT and GTDC. The DoT is in charge not only of the government owned hotels, but also has a good relation to the private hotel association Tourist and Travel Association of Goa (TTAG). Regarding Energy Efficiency some programs were conducted together with GEDA and TERI in the past.

Role of the Department of Tourism and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

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For working together in the long run and implementing the campaign it would be better to set up an MoU with the DoT directly instead of only the GTDC as it is under the DoT. Later a joint MoU with all partners would have to be setup. Mr. Gomez intends to work together with GEDA, GTDC and TTAG in order to approach the government and private hotels for the collection of data for the feasibility study as well as for participating in the campaign. He will enquire on the possibility of hosting the coordination workshop for the feasibility study in Goa towards the end of March. Mr. Gomez intends to participate in the coordination workshop. The Department of Tourism will provide all necessary available information and would be happy to sign the MoU which has been changed to Department of Tourism instead of GTDC. Mr. Chakrabarti assured to send the changed MoU and provide a questionnaire for the collection of Energy Profiles from the hotels, which would be finalised on the coordination workshop. Mr. Gomez contacted Mr. Ralph De Sousa, President of the TTAG and arranged a meeting for Mr. Chakrabarti together with the Executive Secretary of the TTAG. After Mr. Gomez and Mr. Chakrabarti appointed to meet again on the ITB in Berlin in March 2009, Mr. Chakrabarti followed Mr. Rivankar to his office in order to provide copies of the presentations and obtain the available data on the hotel and catering industry in Goa.

2nd meeting: Presentation of Adelphi Consult, the German E-HotCat as well as the feasibility study in India.

Mr. Chakrabarti presented AC, the German Energy Campaign as well as the possible technologies for the Indian campaign and discussed these with Mr. Rivankar. Mr. Rivankar provided details on the no. of hotels and their categories as well as the recent problems of tourism in Goa, regarding the fear of tourists for terror attacks. Both agreed that the Energy Campaign could provide positive image towards the Tourism Industry in Goa. Next Steps

Action
Adapt MoU Workout an MoU which can be signed by both parties

Date
done Asap

Responsible
AC DoT and AC DoT AC and DoT AC GEDA AC and GEDA

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 1/2009 a Goan Hotel. Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels DoT collects data together with GTDC, GEDA and TTAG Communicate on the status of the project 3/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Department of Science, Technology and Environment (DoSTE)

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Date: December 10th 2008, 13:45 14:15 Participants: Mr. Mikael De Sousa (Director of Science, Technology and Environment, Govt. of Goa, Department of Science, Technology and Environment (DoSTE) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

Location: DoSTE office, opposite to Seminary Saligao, Saligao

Content of Meeting

Presentation and current work of DoSTE

Mr. De Sousa briefed on the role of the DoSTE. DoSTE is not an executing Department and mainly takes care of educational institutions, green schools, NGOs, National Green Corps (NGC) and provides funds for Eco Clubs. Role of the DoSTE and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

Mr. De Sousa suggests to contact Mr. Sanjit Joglekar, Environmental Engineer in the Department of Electricity, among other information he might be having information on the Energy consumption of the hotels. He also recommends to contact the GPCB for obtaining other environmental related information about Goa. Mr. De Sousa would generally support the feasibility study as well as the campaign. He could e.g. issue a directive to the hotels to furnish required information on the basis of section 5 of the Environment Protection Act, if it were necessary. He would go through the presentations and the MoU and would get back with his ideas on how he could support the campaign. Next Steps

Action
Contact Mr. Sanjit Joglekar and GPCB Workout signable MoU Elaborate role of DoSTE in the feasibility study and the campaign Communicate on the status of the project

Date
Asap Asap Asap Regularly

Responsible
AC DoSTE and AC DoSTE AC and DoSTE

Travel & Tourism Association of Goa


Date: December 10th 2008, 16:00 18:30 Participants: Mr. Simon Pereira, (Executive Secretary, Travel & Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG)) Mr. Shailesh Sanzgiri (Vice President, Alcon Hotels (Goa) Pvt. Ltd.) Mr. Santosh K. Naik (Manager, Engineering Services, The Mandovi Hotel) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

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Location: TTAG office, 609, Dempo Tower, 6th floor, EDC Complex, Patto Plaza, Panaji Goa

Content of Meeting

Presentation and current activities of The Mandovi Hotel, Alcon Hotels and TTAG

Mr. Santosh K. Naik explained some of the energy efficiency measures his hotel had setup. Using a combined central AC with heat exchanger, the warm water demand for the kitchen could be met, the warm water for the guests was mainly heated by solar water heaters, which are very common in Goa. Mr. Santosh K. Naik is interested in cooperating with the campaign and would provide information on his achievements which could serve as a best practice case study, as he has successfully brought down the energy expenses for his hotel significantly. Mr. Shailesh Sanzgiri manages hotels and restaurants of the Alcon Group and is also interested in participating in the campaign, he makes the point that the hotel industry will be very interested to cut down operational costs due to the decrease of bookings in this season. Mr. Simon Pereira briefed on the work of the TTAG and suggests to include IREDA in the campaign as well as to contact the consultancy Mitcon in Pune.

Role of TTAG and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

TTAG is generally interested in participating in the campaign and will workout a signable MoU as well as cooperate with GEDA in order to achieve the participation of the private owned hotels and restaurants in Goa. Together with its members it will evaluate the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in Goa and get back to Adelphi after internal discussion. Next Steps

Action
Evaluate possible roles of IREDA and Mitcon Workout signable MoU

Date
Asap Asap

Responsible
AC TTAG and AC TTAG AC and TTAG AC TTAG AC and TTAG

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 1/2009 one Goan Hotel. Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together with DoT and GEDA Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels TTAG collects Data together with GTDC, GEDA and DoT Communicate on the status of the project 3/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Kerala Tourist Development Corporation, Energy Management Centre

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Date: December 15th 2008, 11:00 12:30 Participants: Mr. Mohan Lal (Managing Director Kerala Tourist Development Corporation(KTDC)) Mr. C Ramesh (Commercial Manager KTDC) Mr. M. Madhusoodanan Pillai, (Project Engineer, KTDC) Mr. Dharesan Unnithan (Director Energy Management Centre) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

Location: Conference Room, KTDC, Mascot Square, Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala

Content of Meeting

Presentation of E-HotCat

After Mr. Chakrabarti had given a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign to Mr. Mohan Lal and Mr. Dharesan Unnithan in Mr. Lals office, Mr. C. Ramesh and Mr. Mahusoodanan Pillai as well as other staff from KTDC joined the group in the conference room where Mr. Chakrabarti gave presentations on AC, the German Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering industry as well as on the intended approaches for the feasibility study for E-HotCat. During the presentation given by Mr. Chakrabarti, several issues on the German campaign as well as components for the Indian campaign were discussed. Potential partners in Kerala

Mr. Dharesan Unnithan and Mr. Mohan Lal briefed Mr. Chakrabarti on the potential partners in Kerala. Apart from the KTDC the biggest Hotel and Restaurant Association would be Kerala Travel Mart(KTM), Mr. Lal suggested to call Mr. E.M. Najeeb, Director of KTM and enquire on the possibility of a meeting. Upon calling Mr. Najeeb, a meeting was arranged on the same afternoon with his representative Mr. Rajan Thomas Varghese. Furthermore, Mr. Lal advised to contact Mr. Joseph Dominic, the chairman of the Casino Group of Hotels (CGH Earth). CGH Earth runs a couple of Ecotourism hotels and resorts. Presentation and current work of KTDC

Mr. Lal briefed on the work and role of the KTDC as well as its past cooperation with the EMC. In general, KTDC is interested in participating in the feasibility study as well as the campaign. Mr. Lal pointed out that the hoteliers were not only interested in saving money but also do stress on the environmental effects of the campaign. The official percentage of the turnover spent on energy in the Indian Hospitality sector was given as 13%. Role of the KTDC and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

Regarding the MoU it would be easier to set this up together with the EMC which could then setup a MoU with the KTDC as it would take a long time to go through all the governmental bureaucracy for the KTDC to sign a MoU with a foreign company. Mr. Lal intends to work together with the EMC in order to approach the government hotels for the collection of data for the feasibility study as well as for participating in the campaign. Mr. Lal intends to participate in the coordination workshop. KTDC will provide all necessary available information to EMC and could sign a MoU with them. Mr. Lal suggests to contact Mr. Ralph de Sousa, director of Kerala Travel Mart (KTM) as this is the umbrella organisation for all the hotel, restaurant and

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tourism associations in Kerala. Mr. Lal is member of the Eco Tourism Society and will provide information on its recent activities to Mr. Chakrabarti.

Next Steps

Action
Workout MoU for EMC and KTDC Provide information about Eco Tourism Society Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels KTDC collects Data and provides it to EMC Communicate on the status of the project

Date
done ASAP 3/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Responsible
AC and EMC KTDC AC and DoT AC KTDC AC and KTDC

Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre, Energy Management Centre


Date: December 15th 2008, 13:00 14:30 Participants: Mr. Dharesan Unnithan (Director, EMC) Mr. A.M. Narayan (Head Energy Efficiency Division, EMC) Mr. G. Anil (Head Small Hydro Power Division, EMC) Mr. Anil Kumar S.(Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre- KHTC) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project manager, Adelphi Consult)

Location: EMC office, Thycaud, Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala

Content of Meeting Presentation of AC, Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry in Germany and India (E-HotCat)

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentations many issues regarding the adaptation of the campaign to the circumstances in Kerala were discussed. Please refer to presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which can be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphiconsult.com/ Presentation and current work of EMC and KHTC

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EMC is involved in many projects in various sectors related to renewable energies and has setup various projects in Kerala. Keralas SDA has vast experience of working together with international agencies and has a couple of recent projects related to energy efficiency in transformer stations, solar equipped street lighting and capacity building projects and competitions for EE among others. KHTC is in charge of the tourism on the water reservoirs in Kerala and is interested in fuel efficiency in motor boats. It is just in the process of evaluating the possibilities of introducing solar driven boats on the lakes. Discussion of setup, information sources and name of E-HotCat

The name for the campaign was discussed and suggestions brought forward include the term hospitality sector and thus a possible title could be Energy Campaign for the Hospitality Sector (EC-HoSec). It was proposed to decide on the name for the feasibility study as well as the campaign on the coordination meeting together with all partners. For the general setup for the feasibility study in Kerala, the EMC offered to take over the regional coordination of interacting with the local governmental tourism bodies like KTDC as well as with the private hotel and restaurant associations like KTM and KHTC. The general information on the hotels and restaurants in Kerala should be available with the Kerala Tourism Ministry. In order to obtain information about the small and medium scaled hotels and restaurants which were not registered it was proposed to contact local agencies like district tourist promotion councils. Mr. Anil Kumar S. added that the licensing department for boats, also having the norms and regulations for boats, could provide information about the number of boats and thus lead to a possibility of estimating the energy consumption of the boat tourism. Setup of the feasibility Study and the Campaign

The private and governmental approaches for the campaign were discussed. The EMC agreed to the approach that the governmental approach should be supported by the SDAs with the help of the TDCs as well as tourism departments or ministries in the individual states. The private enterprises could be covered by local and regional associations which could cooperate with the SDAs too. The SDAs would then provide a technical backup for the hotel and tourism organisations and associations, which will get into direct contact with the individual enterprises. Regarding the first coordination meeting different financial setups were discussed. As the budget is quite limited all expenses of the participants could not be covered. One idea was to cover only the travel expenses so that everyone would have to spend the same money irrespective of where they stay in India. There is a possibility that a very basic budget for the accommodation would be available. For the workshop not more than 15 to 20 participants are to be expected. Possible role of EMC (SDA) in E-HotCat

Mr. Unnithan agreed to take over the responsibility of coordinating the preliminary collection of Energy profiles with the help of the KTDC and KTM. After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Unnithan said to be interested in signing an adapted MoU and become a partner of the feasibility study and further on in the campaign. EMC intends to participate in the coordination workshop as well as the finalisation workshop for the feasibility study. The EMC will evaluate possibilities of conducting the coordination workshop in Kerala.

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Next Steps

Action
Workout signable MoU between AC and EMC and AC and KHTC Workout a signable MoU between EMC and KTDC

Date
1/2009 1/2009

Responsible
EMC, KHTC and AC AC,EMC, KTDC EMC AC and EMC AC EMC AC and EMC

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 1/2009 one Keralan Hotel. Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels EMC collects Data together with KHTC, KTDC and KTM Communicate on the status of the project 3/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Kerala Travel Mart


Date: December 15th 2008, 15:30 16:30 Participants: Mr. Varghese (Director- Corporate, Air Travel Enterprises Group of companies (ATE GC), member in Kerala Travel Mart (KTM)) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

Location: ATE office, New Corporation Bldg, Palayam, Trivandrum, Kerala

Content of Meeting

General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. Please refer to presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which can be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ During the presentations many issues regarding the adaptation of the campaign to the circumstances in Kerala were discussed and Mr. Varghese mentioned to be interested in the CSR work of AC as well as in the ECBC from the BEE which Mr. Chakrabarti assured to provide information on. Presentation and current activities of ATE GC and KTM

ATE is an umbrella organisation for companies in various field of the hospitality sector, of which Mr. E.M. Najeeb is the chairman managing director. He is also the president of KTM, as well as president of the Confederation of Kerala Tourism Industry. KTM is setup as a PPP with
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the Tourism Ministry of Kerala. KTM together with ATE has a good outreach network to hotels and restaurants. One of the tourist portal ATM/ATE initiated is www.traveldost.com and on this portal ecotourism tours are being offered. Role of ATE GC and KTM

ATE and KTM respectively are generally interested in participating in the feasibility study as well as in the campaign and will workout a signable MoU. In cooperation with the EMC information in the hospitality sector could be collected. In its role of providing services to the member enterprises its services regarding cost cutting possibilities in difficult economic times could be highly appreciated. KTM and ATE respectively will evaluate possibilities of conducting the coordination workshop in a Keralan Hotel. KTM and ATE respectively will evaluate on the possibility of participating in the coordination workshop with each other. Mr. Varghese suggests to arrange all official coordination with Mrs. Minimenon (mini.corp@ategroup.org) , personal secretary to Mr. E.M. Najeeb (emnajeeb@ategroup.com).

Next Steps

Action
Send information about CSR and ECBC Workout signable MoU

Date
Asap Done

Responsible
AC ATE, KTM and AC ATE, KTM AC, and ATE; KTM AC ATE/KTM ATE/KTM and AC

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 1/2009 a Keralan Hotel. Enquire on possibility of participating in the coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together with other partners Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels ATE, KTM could collect Data together with KTDC and the EMC Communicate on the status of the project 2/2009

3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Indian Hotel and restaurant association (AHAR)


Date: December 16th 2008, 13:00 16:00 Participants: Mr. Shashikant K. Shetty (Manager Promotion Committee, Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association (AHAR)) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC))

Location: Shashikanth Hotel, Ahbir Niwas, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai

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Content of Meeting

General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentation of AC, the German Energy Campaign for the hotel and catering industry and E-HotCat, the following issues were discussed. Please refer to the presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ Presentation and current activities of AHAR

Mr. Shetty briefed Mr. Chakrabarti on the present situation of the small and medium scale enterprises of Indian Hotels and Restaurants. AHAR is having around 6000 members, mainly from this sector and is geared towards solving problems and issues for hoteliers and restaurateurs. The Promotion Committee looks after marketing possibilities for the members and in conjunction with this, has also approached their members with several environmental issues and energy efficiency measures, with the aim of cutting down expenses. Among some of efforts in which Mr. Shetty was involved included an individual pilot projects on capacitors for air conditioners which intend to reduce energy consumption and charging batteries during the low fare electricity time. A structured campaign for energy efficiency has not yet been conducted. AHAR circulates their own magazine called restaurant business on a bimonthly basis as well as receives the FHRAI magazine being a member FHRAI. In Mumbai the most well known hotel engaging itself in environmental issues including energy efficiency is the Orchid Hotel, which calls itself Ecotel. Mr. Shetty suggested giving it a visit and having a look at its implemented energy technology especially the heat recovery system and the double compressor units of its central air conditioning system. Mr. Shetty suggested to contact Dr. Mehda (+919422548210) who provides control panels and capacitors for air conditioners which reduce their energy consumption. Setup and possible services of the intended E-HotCat campaign

Information about the BEE and its labeling programme for fridge and AC appliances could be of much help as well as information on Easy EMAS and Eco Mapping. Further possible technical areas for the campaign could be looking into reusage of waste oil, comparing energy efficient kitchen stoves driven by gas or electricity. Providing case studies with best practice examples would give a good incentive to entrepreneurs for implementing successful energy efficiency measures. Comprehensive information on the state subsidies for energy efficiency measures would also be helpful. Most SME are yet to use internet based business communication as their business is locally organized and they do not see the necessity of having internet connection. Though many hoteliers and restaurateurs are having internet connection and could benefit and take advantage of the online services provided to them. Nevertheless, as not everyone is fluent in English, a significant part of the hardcopy materials would have to be provided in the local languages of the entrepreneurs. Regarding the setup Mr. Shetty had keen interest on the possibility of running the campaign as a CDM project, so that it could be funded independently from the government. Role of AHAR in the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

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Mr. Shetty was quite sure that he could convince the Promotion Committee to participate in the feasibility study as well as in the campaign of E-HotCat. He is generally interested in participating in the campaign and will workout a signable MoU which he would present to the president of AHAR. AHAR could be the local coordination partner of the campaign for Greater Mumbai. AHAR could support in selecting the restaurant(s) in Greater Mumbai in which energy audits could be conducted. AHAR could enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination meeting in an Mumbain Hotel. Next Steps

Action
Workout signable MoU Provide relevant information about BEE and Easy EMAS

Date
Asap Asap

Responsible
AHAR and AC AC AHAR AC and AHAR AC AHAR and AC AHAR AC and AHAR

Enquire on the possibility of conducting the coordination workshop in 1/2009 a Mumbain Hotel. Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels Select Restaurants (hotels) for conducting an energy audit in Greater Mumbai AHAR collects Data from its members Communicate on the status of the project 3/2009 3/2009 3/2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Hotel & Restaurant Associations of Eastern India (HRAEI)


Date: December 18th 2008, 11:30 14:30 Participants: Mr. Alok Chowdhury (Secretary General of HRAEI) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC))

Location: HRAEI office, 18A/1 Everest House, 46c, Chowringhee Road, Kolkata

Content of Meeting

General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentation of AC, the German Energy Campaign for the hotel and catering industry and E-HotCat, the following issues were discussed. Please refer to the
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presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ Presentation and current activities of HRAEI

Mr. Chowdhury briefed Mr. Chakrabarti about HRAEI and its current activities related to Energy Efficiency including renewable energies. HRAEI has more than 500 members/ associates, covering different climatic and touristic areas which are of interest for the feasibility study. The Association covers hilly regions in the north like Darjeeling and Sikkim which have tourist centers with more than 35 members of HRAEI. In the metropolis city of Kolkata, HRAEI has more than 200 members. In the pilgrim places in the south at Bhubaneswar and Puri, more than 25 members of HRAEI are located. As for the small towns /rural area in West Bengal, there are more than 50 members of HRAEI. HRAEI has been trying to propagate to its members to utilize renewable energy sources. HRAEI has conducted one workshop on solar water heating together with private companies like TATA BP Solar. About 25 HRAEI member hotels attended the workshop. Further support for energy related measures are possible through counseling by the Jamia Milia Islamia University, New Delhi for example. Mr. Chowdhury estimates a share of 20% of the overall turnover in the hotel and catering industry to be spent on energy bills. Mr. Chowdhury further suggested contacting Mr. Biplap Kar, Manager of the Calcutta Electricity Supply Corporation, who might be very interested in Energy Efficiency measures in Kolkata based enterprises as well as being able to provide information on general figures related to the energy profile of hotels. Also South Eastern Railways are having a pilot plant to re-use used cooking oil as substitute for diesel. Role of HRAEI and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

HRAEI will look forward to the possibility of being of help in the proposed campaign that is being funded by German Government in collaboration with Ministry of Renewable Energy, Government of India through the instrumentality of Adelphi Consult, Berlin. However, the final decision will be taken by the Board of Directors of HRAEI on the basis of the draft MOU to be made available to the HRAEI shortly. Mr. Chowdhury will bring the matter to this decision making body about the participation of HRAEI in the feasibility study as well as in the intended campaign in the eastern part of the country. It will also facilitate contacts to the FHRAI on national level. Mr. Chowdhury made it clear though that by participating in the feasibility study and the campaign, HRAEI will not have any financial liability on its part and that all costs, if any, such as on organising mailing/seminar/workshops and on organising survey for data collection will be borne by the German side. Regarding the setup for the Eastern Region Mr. Chowdhury sees good chances of cooperation between HRAEI and West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA) with Mr. Gon Chowdhury with whom he organized a meeting with Mr. Chakrabarti. Mr. Chowdhury made the point that the hotel industry should be interested in cutting down the energy cost, which is not surprising in the context of the current difficulties faced by the industry caused by global economic slowdown and recent terror attack in Mumbai, curtailment of flight by airlines and consequent increase in cost of air travel. The hoteliers would be interested to reduce power consumption not only through obtaining information on the new technologies, but also on state/ bank subsidies. Available lighting technologies especially LED lighting could be of great interest, though they are not easily available in the market.

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The HRAEI could use its mail distributing list to circulate relevant information regarding energy efficiency for the campaign to its members as well as its bimonthly hardcopy newsletter, for which he requests Mr. Chakrabarti to write a small article on the Energy Efficiency measures in the hotel and catering industry. In the upcoming workshop for hospitality entrepreneurs beginning of 2009, more general issues related to energy efficiency could be addressed in cooperation with AC and partners of E-HotCat. HRAEI could be the regional partner of E-Hotcat coordinating the activities in Kolkata and other areas of operating jurisdiction in the Eastern India in general and the hilly area of Darjeeling and Sikkim as well as the domestic tourist pilgrim spots Bhubaneswar and Puri in particular. Next Steps

Action
Workout signable MoU Support the energy workshop and provide article about energy efficiency Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together with other partners Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels

Date
Done 1/2009 3/2009 3/2009

Responsible
HRAEI and AC AC AC and HRAEI AC HRAEI AC and HRAEI

HRAEI supports in collecting Data on energy profiles in the hotel and 4-8/2009 catering industry Communicate on the status of the project Regularly

West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA), West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. (WBGEDCL)
Date: December 18th 2008, 15:30 16:30 Participants: Mr. Gon Chaudhuri (Special Secretary, Power, Govt. of West Bengal (West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency(WBREDA)) Managing Director, West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. (WBGEDCL)) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult)

Location: WBREDA office, Bikalpa shakti Bhavan, Sector V, Salt Lake, Kolkata

Content of Meeting

General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India
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Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentation of AC, the German Energy Campaign for the hotel and catering industry and E-HotCat, the following issues were discussed. Please refer to the presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ Presentation and current work of WBREDA

WBREDA is in charge of promoting the usage of renewable energies and contributes to the climate action plan furnished by the Prime Minister. For this the WBREDA coordinates various national as well as state level subsidies for the implementation of technologies based on solar and wind energy among others. WBREDA conducted a project on the usage of waste food for the production of Bio Diesel. Energy Efficiency shall only be a matter or relevance to WBREDA if it is related to renewable energy technologies. Mr. Gon Chaudhuri had various experiences working together with German Governmental bodies such as the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. WBREDA works together with West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd (WBGEDCL). Possible role of WBREDA in E-HotCat

After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Chaudhuri made the point clear that the WBREDA would only be interested in a partnership regarding the renewable energy aspects of the campaign, focussing on promoting the setting up renewable technologies in the hotels and restaurants. For this purpose WBREDA could provide information about opportunities and incentives from the governmental side and sign an adapted MoU to become a partner of the feasibility study and further on in the campaign. Next Steps

Action
Workout signable MoU Enquire on the possibility of participating in the coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Communicate on the status of the project and exchange information

Date
Done 2/2009 Regularly

Responsible
AC and WBREDA WBREDA AC and WBREDA

National Productivity Council (NPC)


Date: December 19th 2008, 11:00 14:30 Participants: Mr. A.K. Sinha (Regional Director, National Productivity Council (NPC)) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult)

Location: NPC regional office, 9, Syed Amir Ali Avenue, Kolkata

Content of Meeting General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India
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Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentation of AC, the German Energy Campaign for the hotel and catering industry and E-HotCat, the following issues were discussed. Please refer to the presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ Presentation of NPC and its current activities related to Energy Efficiency in the Hotel and Catering Industry

Mr. Sinha briefed Mr. Chakrabarti about the profile and the organisational setup of NPC. NPC is a consultancy and training organisation with focus on the environment, energy and technology management. It is setup under the government structure of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry but is autonomous, having its own funding mainly from the private sector. For the cooperation on the national level Mr. Pawan Kumar, Group Head and Director for Energy Management would be the contact person, to whom Mr. Sinha would provide his contact. NPC has experience in conducting energy audits in hotels and is working on a project on energy efficient kitchen appliances together with the manufacturers. Setup of the project and coordination meeting

Discussing the organisational setup of the feasibility study as well as the campaign Mr. Sinha suggested that the overall coordination of all partners should be done by a governmental body, which should be the BEE. The BEE would be advised and supported by NGOs and Consultancy Organisation like TERI and NPC. On the regional and local level SDAs or other governmental bodies responsible for Energy Efficiency would coordinate the hotel associations for the private sector and TDCs for the government owned hotels to directly approach the individual enterprises. However, Mr. Sinha mentioned that the government owned hotels and restaurants contribute only to a very small share of all the enterprises and could be neglected, as in the case of West Bengal, where the WBTDC owns barely 50 lodges. Regarding the coordination meeting Mr. Sinha suggested that the financial support for the participants should cover the air fare as well as a basic accommodation. On the coordination meeting, the roles of the partners in the feasibility study would be determined, the selection of the enterprises for the energy audits, the decision on the benchmark figures and the setup for the collection of the data for the energy profiles. For the intended campaign possibilities of the organisational setup, the financial setup, the different services and activities as well as the technological options should be elaborated. Possible role of NPC in E-HotCat

After stating the general interest in the campaign Mr. Sinha made the point that the exact role and possible funds for this role would have to be decided on the coordination meeting. NPC could cooperate in organising the coordination workshop. NPC could also be interested in taking up the responsibility for one of the research packs as well as conducting some of the energy audits. Mr. Sinha would also suggest candidates who could work for E-HotCat at the GTZ / BEE office in Delhi and would provide Mr. Chakrabarti with their CVs. Mr. Sinha would take care of getting the MoU signed by the relevant person from NPC side. NPC would enquire on the conditions under which anonymous information of the already conducted energy audits to be used for E-HotCat.

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Next Steps

Action
Prepare and sign adapted MoU Elaborate exact tasks of NPC Enquire on the conditions for using the information of already conducted energy audits Workout Questionnaire for the collection of information on the energy profiles of hotels and restaurants Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together Communicate on the status of the project

Date
done 1-3/2009 ASAP Asap 3/2009 Regularly

Responsible
NPC and AC NPC and AC NPC NPC AC and NPC AC and NPC

DB Solar
Date: December 19th 2008, 15:30 17:00 Participants: Mr. Agarwal (Director, DB Solar) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult)

Location: DB Solar office, 1 Sarojini Naidu Sarani Shubham, Suite 104, Kolkata

Content of Meeting

General Presentation AC, Energy Campaign for the hospitality sector in Germany, EHotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. During the presentation of AC, the German Energy Campaign for the hotel and catering industry and E-HotCat, the following issues were discussed. Please refer to the presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ Presentation of DB Solar and current situation and activities of solar technologies

DB Solar is a company selling solar photovoltaic as well as solar thermal technology products. It is looking forward to produce photovoltaic cells after having a good knowledge of the photovoltaic market situation in and around Kolkata. Current projects are the setting up of solar street lights, a complete solar based housing complex called Rabi Rashani which is setup by the WBREDA in Kolkata. Another ongoing activity is the setting up of solar warm water heating collectors on rooftops. 80% of all hotels in Kolkata have already setup these installations.
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Government subsidies

Mr. Agarwal briefed Mr. Chakrabarti on the governmental subsidies for solar installations and provided him with information material on this topic. The main incentive is the 80% depreciation benefit on solar devices which results in a 27% saving on the investment costs. West Bengal is the only state allowing certain individuals to feed their produced energy into the grid and getting paid for this. Several upcoming legislations will make solar installation mandatory in certain cases and thus lead to an increased usage of solar energy. Possible role of DB Solar in E-HotCat

DB Solar could play a significant role in providing knowledge about solar installation in hotels and restaurants. DB Solar could probably conduct workshops on solar technologies and would benefit from this by getting contact to potential customers. Next Steps

Action
Evaluate possibility of sign an adapted MoU Enquire on the possibility of participating in the coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign Communicate on the status of the project and exchange information

Date
1/2009 2/2009 Regularly

Responsible
DB Solar and AC DB Solar AC and DB Solar

D MoMs in the third round of meetings with potential partners in the different regions of India and preparatory meetings regarding the coordination workshop
Summary
The third round of meetings was conducted from February 5 th to February 13th 2009. Partners and potential partners in Delhi, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar and Puri were paid visits. The topics of the meeting were mainly related to the organization and preparation of the conference and coordination forum, the results are reflected in the conference and coordination forum report which is part of the appendix. For some of these visits MoMs were not prepared in detail. Following are the MoMs and list of organization met.

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WBTDC
Topic: Participants: Enquiry on participation in Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Ghosh (Marketing Manager)(1st meeting), Mr. Debakar Dey (Private Secretary of M.D.) (2nd meeting), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 5th 2009, 1st meeting 14:00 14:30 , 2nd meeting 14:30 14:45 West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation office, 12, BBD Bagh, Kolkata Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Date: Place: Minute writer:

Content of Meeting General Presentation AC, E-HotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. Please refer to presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which can be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/

Presentation and current work of DoT and GTDC

Mr. Ghosh briefed on his role in the WBTDC. It runs tourist lodges with 8 to 35 rooms. In the whole of WB WBTDC owns 24 lodges which have no star category. The renovated lodges are comparable to 2 star category. Regarding ecological aspects in the eco sensitive sundarbans the WBTDC has introduced a no plastic zone, and remote lodges like the Sosnekati tourist lodge are run by solar power.

Role of the Department of Tourism and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

Mr. Ghosh suggested to discuss the participation of the WBTDC with the M.D. Mr. T.V.N. Rao as well as with the G.M. Operation, Mr. Chakrabarty and the G.M. Technical Mr. Haque. He also proposed to include the additional chief secretary for tourism Mr. Rajendra Kumar in the discussion as the representative of the tourist department. As the Department of Tourism is in charge of the overall development of tourism it would be important to have it on board. He would be interested in a marketing campaign for energy efficient lodges, once the lodges are converted. Mr. Ghosh introduced Mr. Chakrabarti to Mr. Debakar Dey, private secretary of the M.D. Mr. T.V.N. Rao for arranging furthers.

2nd meeting: General Presentation AC, E-HotCat in India

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. Please refer to presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which can be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/

Role of the Department of Tourism and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

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Mr. Debakar stated the general interest of the WBTDC and agreed to the necessity and benefit for the WBTDC of an energy campaign. He assured to inform Mr. T.V.N Rao and to try to organise a meeting with him and Adelphi for the next possible date. Mr. Chakrabarti left the project sheet and his contacts with Mr. Debakar for arranging furthers. Mr. Debakar requested Mr. Chakrabarti to contact him on the next possible visit to Kolkata. Next steps

Action
Evaluate possibility of cooperation of WBTDC with EHotCat Send more detailed information to the contacts Mr. Ghosh mentioned Workout a detailed plan for data collection of the Energy profiles of the WBTDC lodges. Communicate on the status of the project

Date
Asap Asap Asap Regularly

Responsible
AC and WBTDC AC AC and WBTDC AC and WBTDC

HRAEI
Topic: Participants: Date: Place: Minute writer: Working out cooperation concept between HRAEI and Adelphi for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Alok Chowdhury (Secretary General of HRAEI), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 5th 2009, 16:00 18:00 HRAEI office, 18A/1 Everest House, 46c, Chowringhee Road, Kolkata Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Content of Meeting Present status of the workshop planned by HRAEI and the E-HotCat project

Mr. Chowdhury briefed Mr. Chakrabarti about the cooperation of Mr. Sinha from NPC and the HRAEI regarding the planned workshop on Energy Efficiency measures in hotels. Mr. Chakrabarti reported on the various results of the meetings with potential partners and partners of E-HotCat and about the present research work of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) as well as the planned E-HotCat conference and employment of staff for the project. Cooperation between HRAEI and Adelphi

Mr. Chowdhury handed over the amended MoU which he would present to the board meeting on the 17th of February. The main additional content of the MoU is that Adelphi would bear the expenses which will be worked out. Mr. Chakrabarti agreed to these changes. At the board meeting Mr. Chowdhury would also suggest to host one staff for the campaign at the HRAEI office in Kolkata, who would be employed by Adelphi. This possibility is also to be endorsed by the board meeting. The approximate expenses for sharing office equipment with the HRAEI in the Everest house would be around INR 5000 per month. Adelphi will identify a suitable candidate who could start working beginning of March and would be employed for a period of 9 months, which could then be extended, once the campaign starts. A possible date for the E- 138 -

HotCat Conference is to be discussed and finalized in the next week. The present proposal is 13th and 14th of April. Next steps

Action
Endorse MoU on board meeting Endorse possibility of employing one staff for E-HotCat situated at the HRAEI office in Everest house, Kolkata Joint conduction of coordination workshop on setup of the feasibility study and the campaign together with other partners Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels

Date
17th Feb, 2009 17th Feb, 2009

Responsible
HRAEI HRAEI

13and14th AC and Apr. 2009 HRAEI 3/2009 AC HRAEI AC and HRAEI

HRAEI supports in collecting Data on energy profiles in the hotel and 4-8/2009 catering industry Communicate on the status of the project Regularly

SDA Orissa
Topic: Participants: Working out cooperation concept between SDA Orissa and Adelphi for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Pyari Mohan Mishra (Executive Engineer), Mr. J.P. Sharma (Engineer-inChief Electricity-cum-principal C.E.I.), Mr. Sudhansu Sekhar Pati (Asst. To chief engineer (P)-cum-C.E.I.(G), Mr. Aswini Kumar Das (Superintending engineer (REPO & Projects), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, AdelphiConsult(AC)) February 7th 2009, 14:00 16:00

Date:

Contacts to Barefoot and Hotel Association Puri were provided and travel arranged

Barefoot
Topic: Participants: Date: Working out cooperation concept between Barefoot and Adelphi for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Yugabatra Kar (Secretary) (on phone) 2 more activists of Barefoot, Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 8th 2009, 10:00 16:00

Barefoot organized the visits on this day and accompanied Ronjon Chakrabarti to the visits of the President of the Hotel Association in Puri as well as to the Mayfair hotel.

Hotel and Restaurant Association Puri


Topic: Participants: Date: Working out cooperation concept between HRAP and Adelphi for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Raj Kishor Patra (President) 2 more activists of Barefoot, Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 8th 2009, 12:00 13:00
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Hotel and Restaurant Association of Puri is very commited to environmental issues and will support the campaign in its possible scope.

Mayfair chain of hotels


Topic: Participants: Date: Mayfair Hotels activities related to the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Raj Kishor Patra (President) 2 more activists of Barefoot, Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 8th 2009, 12:00 13:00

Mayfair chain has setup various EE measures and would be interested to act as best practice example for the campaign. The general manager of the hotel is also a member of barefoot.

MoT
Topic: Participants: Date: Working out possible role and interest of MoT in the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Rustagi (Assistant Director General - Hotel Division), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 10th 2009, 10:00 11:30

The MoT is active in various environmental efforts in the tourism sector and welcomes the initiatives taken up in EHotCat. The ministry intends to participate in coordination meeting in order to setup teh structure of the campaign

MNRE
Topic: Participants: Working out possible role and interest of MNRE in the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Dr. A.K. Singhal (Scientist 'F', Concentrating Collector Systems - Disk Cookers, Steam Generation, Refrigeration Systems, etc., Related R&D), Mr. Dilip Nigam (Scientist 'F', Aero Gens+Hybrids, GBI Scheme, Wind Power Policy), Dr. Arora Rajiv (International Relations Director on phone) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) February 10th 2009, 14:00 15:00

Date:

The MNRE is interested in an Energy Campaign focussing on new and renewal energies. For this part of the campaign it would have interest to contribute.

FHRAI

Topic: Participants:

Date:

Enquiry on participation in Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Maj. Harish Sud (Secretary General Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations India (FHRAI), 1st meeting), Mrs. Anjana Ravindranath (Assistant Secretary General FHRAI), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 10th 2009, 1st meeting 16:00 16:15, 2nd meeting 16:15 18:00
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Place: Minute writer: Agenda 1st meeting:

FHRAI Office, B-82, Himalaya House, 23 K.G. Marg, New Delhi Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

General Presentation of E-HotCat

Mr. Chakrabarti gave a short introduction into the aims of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. Possible cooperation between Adelphi and FHRAI for E-HotCat

Mr. Sud stated the general interest of FHRAI in E-HotCat. The campaign could provide valuable services to its members, which would appreciate these especially in times where every possibility to cut down operating expenses is welcome. Mr. Sud would enquire about the possibility of a regular involvement of FHRAI in hosting one staff salaried by Adelphi at the FHRAI office in Delhi. He instructed Mrs. Najana Ravindranath to work out the details together with Mr. Chakrabarti. 2nd meeting Detailed presentation of AC, the German energy campaign for the hospitality sector and E-HotCat Mr. Chakrabarti presented the company Adelphi, the background, intention and scope of the Feasibility Study for E-HotCat and the German energy campaign for the hospitality sector. Please refer to the presentations of AC, E-HotCat and German Energy Campaign which could be downloaded at: http://ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com/ During the presentation several issues were discussed:

Current work of FHRAI related to Energy Consumptions in Hotels and Restaurants

Mrs. Ravindranath briefed Mr, Chakrabarti on the basic figures of FHRAI, it has 3300 members of which 2100 are hotels. FHRAI awards the most environmental friendly hotels, which are being selected and checked by the regional associations. Mrs. Ravindranath states that for FHRAI, services in the E-HotCat campaign would be additional benefit for the association, which could be offered to its members.

Cooperation between FHRAI and AC

As a national association the FHRAI has a good broadcasting system to inform all its members in a very short time. Mrs. Ravindranath offers to use this system for the purpose of the campaign. Adelphi would have to prepare the information material and the content for such broadcasts. The first broadcast should be a small short concept note aiming at members of regional and local hotel associations. It should contain a short description of the project, and the benefits for the Hotel and Catering Industry. After this the E-HotCat Conference and Coordination Forum could be announced and the questionnaire circulated for obtaining the Energy related information from the individual hotels and restaurants.

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By supporting the campaign, FHRAI will evaluate on the possibility of hosting one energy expert in its office. His/her salary would be paid by Adelphi. For this Mrs. Anjana would advice Mr. Chakrabarti on the next steps to be taken. For further cooperation Mrs. Ravindranath suggested to work out an MoU, Mr. Chakrabarti left a draft together with presentations on the campaign on a CD for FHRAI. Regarding the setup of the campaign FHRAI would be requested to participate in the E-HotCat Conference and Coordination Forum and become member of the National Advisory Board of E-HotCat. Next steps

Action
Workout signable MoU Send a short concept note Enquire on the possibility of FHRAIs participation in the E-HotCat Conference and Coordination Forum Enquire on the possibility of FHRAIs being member of the National Advisory Board of E-HotCat Enquire on the possibility of hosting one E-HotCat staff in the office of FHRAI Develop questionnaire for preliminary study of hotels Conduct E-HotCat Conference and Coordination Forum FHRAI collects Data from its members Communicate on the status of the project

Date
Asap done Asap Asap Asap 4/2009 23/24 April 2009 4-8/2009 Regularly

Responsible
FHRAI and AC AC FHRAI FHRAI FHRAI AC FHRAI and AC FHRAI AC and FHRAI

EMT
Topic: Working out of cooperation model, contract and planning of the upcoming activities Participants: Mr. Ashok Kumar (Managing Director, EMT), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi-Consult(AC)) th Date: February 11 2009, 11:00 13:00 Discussions and Plans were produced related to the scope of activities EMT would undertake for the support of EHotCat Support in the elaboration of the possibility of CDM project for the energy campaign in the hotel and catering industry in India Assistance in approaching & inviting involved partners in the project and tie up with partners, elaborate their potential roles and analyse possibilities of cooperating with local/ regional initiatives

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Preparation and organization of one coordination meeting and final presentation meeting

Planning and preparing a roadmap and recommendation plan for the Energy Campaign including organisational and financial It was decided that EMT would send a detailed proposal to Adelphi in order to finalise the cooperation.

EMC
Topic: Participants: Date: Cooperation of EMC and Adelphi in the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Dharesan Unnithan (Director EMC), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 9:30 10:00

General update on recent and upcoming activities regarding the coordination meeting and energy audits in Kerala.

GTZ Jiwesh Nandan


Topic: Participants: Date: Advice from GTZ for the conduct of the feasibility study for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Jiwesh Nandan (National Coordinator, GTZ) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 10:00 11:00

Mr. Jiwesh Nandan briefed on the approaches of GTZ in context to EE in the service sector and possible cooperation options of GTZ and Adelphi in EHotCat

BEE Rajini Thomson


Topic: Participants: Date: Available data for the EE awards from BEE Mrs. Rajini Thomson (Senior Project Engineer), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 11:00 12:00

Mrs. Rajini Thomson briefed on the data being collected for the EE awards and advised on further sources for data.

BEE Sanjay Seth


Topic: contribution of the ECBC and green building to the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Sanjay Seth (Energy Economist BEE) Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 14:00 15:00

Participants: Date:

Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project

Mr. Sanjay Seth briefed on the scope of the ECBC in being applied to the hotel and Catering Industry. It was discussed in howfar the existing study for energy management in Hotels can be incorporated in the activities of the campain.

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BEE Mrs. Pravati


Topic: Participants: Date: Activities in BEE related to the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mrs. Pravati (Project Engineer) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 15:00 16:00

Mrs. Pravati briefed on the activities of BEE related to the EHotCat and showed up cooperation options in projects.

GTZ Mr. Burgtorf


Topic: Participants: Date: Place: Minute writer: Possible setup and interests of GTZ/BEE in the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Jens Burgtorf (Director IGEN, GTZ) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 12th 2009, 17:00 18:00 BEE Office 4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan, R. K. Puram, Sector I, New Delhi Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Content of Meeting Reporting of the first results of E-HotCat

Mr. Chakrabarti reported on the activities that happened for E-HotCat in the last 4 months: a) Meetings with various governmental and private potential partners of the campaign in the selected tourist regions and enquiring about their interest in participation in the feasibility study and taking charge in a role for the campaign: National Level Ministries and governmental organisations: Various representatives from BEE and GTZ Ministry of Power (MoP) Ministry of Tourism (MoT) Ministry of New and Renewable Energies (MNRE)

State designated agencies as well as renewable energy development agencies: Department of Power & Renewable Energy Govt. of Haryana, HAREDA Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) Energy Management Centre Kerala (EMC) West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA), SDA Orissa

Tourist Development Corporations and tourism departments and other state level governmental organisations: Haryana Tourism Bureau Goa Tourist Development Corporation, Goa Department of Tourism
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Kerala Tourist Development Corporation, Kerala Hydel Tourism Centre West Bengal Tourist Development Corporation (WBTDC) Department of Science, Technology and Environment (DoSTE) of Goa

Hotel and Restaurant associations: Federation of Hotels and Restaurant Associations (FHRAI) Hotel and Restaurant Association Eastern India (HRAEI) Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association (AHAR) Travel & Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG) Kerala Travel Mart (KTM) Hotel Association Puri

NGOs, and companies and other organisations Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Society for Enhancing Sustainability and Value of Organisations (SESVO) Ecoprofit Team India Energy Manager Training (EMT) The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. (WBGEDCL) National Productivity Council (NPC) DB Solar Barefoot Mayfair chain of hotels

The general perception of E-HotCat on these meetings was very positive, the exact MoMs are included in the project progress report, which is regularly updated and uploaded to: http://www.ehotcat.adelphi-consult.com username: ehotcat, password Eh0Tk4!279 (the third digit in the password is the number zero)

b) Baseline assessment being conducted by TERI TERI was contracted to undertake a baseline assessment with the main focus on existing data for elaborating the Energy profiles in the Hotel and Catering industry as well as calculate the Energy saving potentials with focus on the selected regions

c) Workshops being conducted by NPC and HRAEI Two project partners, The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Eastern India (HRAEI) and the National Productivity Council have decided to jointly conduct energy efficiency workshops for Hotels in Kolkata.

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d) Master thesis on saving potentials by Mr. Lee Mr. Jian Lee, student of sustainable development in Sweden has been contracted to write his Master Thesis for E-HotCat with the main focus on Assessing the Energy Saving Potential in the different climatic regions, different hotel categories and types of tourism in India.

e) ICF Manual Energy Management in your hotel BEE has endorsed a manual provided by ICF international called Energy Management in your hotel. Dr. Ajay Mathur had mentioned this manual when E-HotCat was first being discussed. The manual contains a few forms and checklist for a general energy management and some energy saving opportunities categorised according to different technology. The overall approach of the manual is not specified towards the perspective in India and has a main focus on space heating, though the manual has a useful approach for the general setup of an energy management. EHotCat would go more in depth with regards to the Indian situation and focuses on a long term campaign with various means of communication tools which are regularly evaluated and updated rather than on a static manual.

Upcoming events and planning

a) Employment of staff at BEE/GTZ or FHRAI, HRAEI Adelphi will conduct (in the meanwhile has conducted) interviews with 6 selected energy experts candidates of whom 1 or 2 are planned to be employed for E-HotCat in the coordinating work of the different partners in India and supporting all organisational and administrational tasks in India. It is to be worked out

b) E-HotCat conference and coordination workshop The date for the first nation wide coordination workshop is in the process of being finalised to the 3rd week of April, the proposed date at this moment is the 23 rd and 24th April 2009 after the exhibition EMPOWER INDIA. Content of the workshop will be: Input workshops (baseline assessment, saving potentials, CDM project, local initiatives, labelling and certification) Finalisation of organisational setup (National Advisory committee (NAC), National Technical committee (NTC) Decision on the areas for the feasibility study and thus determining the selection of hotels for Energy Audits Start of data collection by the partners by questionnaire Several research packages according to the first baseline assessment

c) Master thesis on CDM possibility of the campaign Mr. Johannes Alexeew is evaluating the possibility of writing a Master Thesis on the viability of setting up E-HotCat as a CDM project

Possible role and setup of GTZ and BEE

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Mr. Burgtorf states the general interest of GTZ in the feasibility study and its intention to discuss the benefit of the campaign with Dr. Ajay Mathur from the BEE. He will evaluate the possibility of GTZ involvement in the National Advisory Committee jointly with the BEE. In the first discussions it seemed that an efficient organisational setup would include GTZ, BEE, FHRAI, TERI and Adelphi as part of the national advisory committee and SDAs, TDCs and TDs, regional NPCs and Hotel Associations as part of the technical committee.

a) Invitation and participation in conference and coordination workshop BEEs main role could be to enable the partnership of several other governmental organisation, which have signalled interest in participation but could not come forward and be part of the campaign unless being officially invited/requested by an Indian state authority (like the BEE). The next major upcoming involvement of the governmental partners would be to be invited to the coordination meeting and being part of the NAC and the NTC.

b)

Data collection in the major tourist areas

After the coordination meeting the government bodies could participate in the collection of data together with private partners on the basis of the questionnaire which will be decided on at the coordination meeting.

c) Energy Audits On the first meeting between Adelphi, BEE and GTZ it was discussed whether GTZ and BEE would be interested in financing about 20 Energy Audits in private hotels, Mr. Burgtorf will enquire about this possibility. For government owned hotels Mr. Burgtorf will enquire about the possibility of subsidising the energy audits for hotels with a smaller total load of 500KW. Mr. Burgtorf asked Mr. Chakrabarti to get back to him by mid of next week (18 th February) and also to get in contact with Mr. Kay Berndt from GTZ IS (Tel 011-40610032, kay.berndt@gtz.de) enquiring about his interest in being involved in a bigger scale energy auditing in the campaign.

Next steps

Action
Provide GTZ with access to the E-HotCat download webspace for Partners (in MoM) Contact Kay Berndt from GTZ IS Brief Mr. Ajay Mathur on the status and scope of E-HotCat mentioned under 1 and 2 and enquire about possible activities mentioned under 3. Call Mr. Burgtorf to enquire about the perception of BEE Communicate on the status of the project

Date
Done Done Asap

Responsible
Adelphi Adelphi GTZ

3 rd week Feb 2009 Regularly

Adelphi AC and GTZ

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TERI
Topic: Participants: Setup and scope of the baseline study for the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) Mr. Pradeep Kumar (Senior Fellow), Ms. Priyanka Kochhar (Area Convenor) Mr S. Rajkumar (Research Associate), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) February 13th 2009, 10:00 13:00

Date:

TERI presented the first results and discussed on the content of the baseline study. A timeline for the provision of the results was worked out.

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E MoMs in the pre-conference visit to potential partners in Shimla


Summary
Prior to the Conference and Coordination Workshop in Delhi, a pre-conference visit was conducted in Shimla, which is a unique setup of the energy campaign, mainly due to its different climatic situation. Several meetings took place with the Secretary of Ministry of Tourism, Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation and representatives from several local hotels. The meetings were setup in a boardroom style way which consisted of representatives from various sector within the energy and hospitality sectors. It was done it such a way to have views and dialogue among all involved stakeholders, concerning their perspectives towards the energy campaign. The feedback in this visit received keen and corporative feedback. Although the SDA would want the endorsement of BEE to be part of the partnership in terms of signing the MoU, it generally acknowledges the campaign and would play its role in supporting and contributing towards this energy campaign.

MoT Secretary, Himachal Pradesh SEB, Himachal Pradesh TDC


Date: May 26th 2009, 11:00 12:30 Participants: Ms (Secretary, Ministry of Tourism) Mr. Jagdish Sharma (Member Finance, HPSEB) Mr. Niraj Kapoor (Director, Enf & E.A., HPSEB) Mr. Yogesh Behl (General Manager, Himachal Pradesh TDC) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) Jian Lee (Project Associate, Adelphi Consult (AC))

Location: Conference Room, Ministry of Tourism, Shimla.

Content of Meeting

Introduction and purpose of meeting

Mr. Sharma started the meeting with an introduction of the purpose of the meeting, and the intention of bringing together the Secretary of Ministry of Tourism, HPSEB members, Tourism Development Corporation representatives, and several private hotel owners. The objective of gathering various stakeholders to this meeting was to have opinions and views of different parties with respect to their different demands towards an energy campaign in the hospitality sector, even more so as the situation of Shimla is unique in comparison to other destinations in India. Presentation of E-HotCat

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Mr Chakrabarti started his session with an introduction of Adelphi Consult and followed that up with a full presentation of the feasibility study and the intended campaign to all that was present. Upon which the request from the participants of the meeting were to know more on the energy campaign in Germany that was successfully conducted. Mr. Chakrabarti then gave presentations on the German Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering industry as well as on the intended approaches for the feasibility study for E-HotCat on the possibilities of adapting some of the German Campaign methods to the Indian hospitality content. Discussions during meeting

During this session of dialogue among the participants, it is understood that the interest from the Indian counterpart is for quick immediate measures. They also had the same opinion that the financial aspect is the most crucial at this stage of time, and every investment shall be justified with the payback period. Shimla could adopt the green hotel concept, and that the economic crisis has no affect on the tourism in Shimla. Elements for E-HotCat

Feedback on a one page preliminary energy profile questionnaire to hotel and catering enterprises was that it would serve the purpose and intention well. The participants agreed on receiving and responding to the questionnaire. Mr. Sharma likened the concept within the German Campaign, where it is not so technical, and with the focus on communication to enterprises who are within the field of energy conservation. Secretary of MoT then pointed out that the technology is there, but there is a need for investment, and then indicated the subsidies provided by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energies could be looked further into integrating it with E-HotCat. Local hotel owners then pointed out that Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technologies is been implemented in big hotels such as Oria Hotel in Shimla, and that it is worth investigating on its viability in adopting and implementing it on a bigger scale. Role of the MoT, HPSEB and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

Secretary of MoT shown her interest in participating in the E-HotCat campaign, and that AC should setup the MoU with the nodal agencies once it is identified. This agency was then identified to be Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, the State Designated Agency of BEE in Himachal Pradesh. The MoU shall then be followed up with Mr. Sharma, and had given his words to be involved in the campaign and support it accordingly. Next Steps

Action
Workout MoU for HPSEB Distribute one page energy profile questionnaire Respond to the questionnaire Communicate on the status of the project

Date
done done 7/2009 Regularly

Responsible
AC AC HPSEB and HPTDC AC and HPSEB

Himachal Pradesh SEB, Director


Date: May 26th 2009, 15:30-16:15 Participants: Mr. R. K. Jain, IAS (Chairman, HPSEB)
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Mr. Niraj Kapoor (Director, Enf & E.A., HPSEB) Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)) Jian Lee (Project Associate, Adelphi Consult (AC))

Location: Chairmans Room, Vidyut Bhawan, HPSEB, Shimla.

Content of Meeting

Presentation of E-HotCat

Mr Chakrabarti started his session with an introduction of Adelphi Consult and followed that up with a verbal presentation of the feasibility study and the intended campaign. Mr. Chakrabarti then touched on the German Energy Campaign for the Hotel and Catering industry as well as on the intended approaches for the feasibility study as well as on the possibilities of adapting some of the German Campaign methods to the Indian hospitality content. Energy Scenario in Himachal Pradesh

The energy profile in Himachal Pradesh is 66% for industry, 20% for domestic and 4-5% for non commercial, and that the representation on the tourism sector is not prominent. Mr. Jain then continued by stating that tourism scenario in Himachal Pradesh is different compared to other places in India, where it has a unique feature especially during the summer months, which is when the influx of tourism comes in and flood the hotels. This showcased the tourism emphasize of the setup in Himachal Pradesh, where most of the tourist are domestic tourist. HPSEB Efforts in Energy Saving

Mr. Jain then shared on the successful CFL Campaign that was implemented in the region. 1.6 million pax of 4 CFLs each (2 of 15W and 2 of 20W) were distributed to replace 6.4 million CFLs among domestic consumers, with the investment of 650 million INR for this scheme. The success of this campaign not only make other unions wanting to do such a campaign, but its principle could also be learnt and applied to E-HotCat, the spillover effect of such a campaign could outreach to many hospitality enterprises in India. He also shared that the main issues were during the pre commandment, distribution and disposable phase of the scheme, and that many collected incandescent bulbs are still in storage. Role of the MoT, HPSEB and Setup of the Feasibility Study and the Campaign

Mr. Jain mentioned that HPSEB would take all the measures and directions from the BEE. On any event that BEE direct HPSEB, HPSEB shall pursue it accordingly. This applied to the case of the MoU for E-HotCat, and is justified further by Mr. Jain that it would be complicated to sign it especially with a private organization. Mr. Jain also indicated interested in having a representative present in the upcoming Conference and Coordination Workshop in Delhi, as long as there is an official invitation by BEE, and had nominated Mr. Kapoor to be representing HPSEB in the conference. Next Steps

Action
Send official invitation from BEE for conference Distribute one page energy profile questionnaire

Date
done 7/2009

Responsible
AC, EMT, BEE HPSEB

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Participate in the Conference and Coordination Workshop Communicate on the status of the project

Done Regularly

HPSEB AC and HPSEB

F MoMs of the meetings Germany on funding options for the campaign.


KfW Develoment Bank, Project Manager, Energy Asien
Topic: Participants: Date: Place: Minute writer: Possible funding of the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry (E-HotCat) by the KfW Mr. Andreas Berckhoff (Project Manager, KfW), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi Consult(AC)), Johannes Alexeew (Project Assisstant, AC) October 28th 2009, 14:45 17:15 KfW Office, Westendstrasse , Frankfurt am Main Johannes Alexeew (AC)

Presentation of Adelphi - Mr. Chackrabarti introduced to current project activities from Adelphi, which are related to the Energy Campaign: - Capacity building for BEE India regarding EE in buildings - Development of toolkit for EE in buildings - German Energy Campaign - Thailand handbook of EE and REN in hotels - Solar energy investment project in hotels Presentation of the Energy Campaign (E-HotCat) Then Mr. Chakrabarti reported about the results of the feasibility study and the Masterplan that was created as a summary of the feasibility study. Mr. Chakrabarti thereby focussed on following aspects:

- Goal and scope of campaign - Benefits - Organisational Setup - Planned measures: technological options - Technical Setup - Financial Setup
Presentation of energy-efficiency activities by the KfW in India Mr. Andreas Berckhoff mentioned that three projects/programmes that are currently in action or will be started by the KfW in the near future are potentially interesting for the Energy Campaign: A.) Credit line for energy-efficient residential buildings KfW is currently conducting a feasibility study (by AFC Gopa) for the funding of a credit line of 50 M for the creation of energy- efficient private residential buildings in India. The credit line will be given to the National Housing Bank of India and shall provide credits to private investors in India with interest rates below the average interest rates in India.
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B.) Energy-efficiency measures in commercial and public buildings in India. Currently a fact finding study for the KfW is conducted by Econolair, which is investigating the potentials of the financing of energy-efficiency measures in existing buildings in India. By now it is not clear yet, on which sector this programme will be focussed and which credit model shall be used. The finishing of the study is expected by the end of the year and first talks with potential partners for feasibility and design studies shall be held in the first quarter of 2010. C.) Indo German Energy Forum The Indo German Energy Forum is a platform on which German and Indian representatives from several ministries and some private companies and banks meet and exchange ideas of cooperation in the field of energy. From the German side the BMU, the BMZ and the BMWi and from the Indian side the MoP, BEE, CEA, MoRNE participate. The next Forum takes place in the beginning of November 2009. In context of the Forum three topics are discussed regularly and are being dealt with in working groups: 1. Thermal Energy 2. Renewable Energies and 3. CDM and demand side Energy Efficiency (EE). Mr. Berkhoff said that he plans to invite AC to a workshop in context of the Forum dealing with EE in India. He also mentioned that a financing of the campaign by the forum could also be possible option. Possible support of KfW to projects like the EHotCat Campaign First of all, KfW regards itself as a coordinator of German activities in the field of energy-efficiency measures in India. As such a coordinator, KfW could support the EHotCat project with contacts and information and introduce it as one possible project for the Indo German Energy Forum. It will be worked out whether KfW would also be a partner of the feasibility study by signing an MoU with Adlephi. The discussed funding options would be part of the masterplan. Generally the KfW only financially supports programmes/soft measures like the EHotCat Campaign with technical assistance, if these are necessary supporting measures for a KfW product. So the EHotCat Campaign could only be directly financed by the KfW, if the KfW develops some kind of a credit product for energy-efficiency measures of the Indian hotel and catering sector. For the elaboration, whether a credit line for the hotel sector in India is of interest for the KfW, Mr. Berkhoff asked AC to provide with information on following aspects: - What are the energy and GHG (and also financial) saving potentials of energy-efficiency measures in the Indian hotel and catering industry? - What kind of EE measures are currently implemented in the Indian hotel sector? Who finances such measures? Which kinds of measures have the biggest impact? - How are these measures financed? Do any products/credits for EE measures exist in India? Which banks are involved? - What is the expected market size of energy-efficiency measures in the Indian hotel sector? Which amount is realistic for an investment programme of energy-efficiency measures in the Indian hotel sector? - Which prerequisites must be fulfilled that energy-efficiency measures are conducted by Indian hotels? What is the bottleneck for investment decisions?

Next steps

Action
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Date

Responsible

Sending the MoM to KfW, amending and finalising a document for the feasibility study Sending a draft version for a MoU between KfW and AC for the feasibility study and working out a signable version Preparing information to KfW, if and why a development of a credit product for energy-efficiency measures of the Indian hotel sector seems to be very promising Inviting AC to energy-efficiency workshops/conferences in context with the German Indian Energy Forum Providing AC with calls for application regarding energy-efficiency feasibility studies

ASAP ASAP ASAP

AC, KfW AC, KfW AC

ASAP Whenever possible

KfW KfW

Small Industries Development bank of India, General Manager


Topic: Participants: Possible fields of cooperation, e.g. joint conduct of the Energy Campaign for Hotel and Catering Industry in Inda (E-HotCat) Mr. M.K. Sharma (General Manager, SIDBI), Walther Kahlenborn (Managing Director, Adelphi), Cosima Strasser (Project Manager, Adelphi), Ronjon Chakrabarti (Project Manager, Adelphi), November 6th 2009, 12:00 13:15 Conference Room, Adelphi HQ, Caspar Theyss Str. 14a, 14193 Berlin Ronjon Chakrabarti (AC)

Date: Place: Minute writer: Presentation of SIDBI

Mr. M.K. Sharma introduced SIDBI and its recent activities. SIDBI has a turnover of 3 billion . It can provide credits of up to 1.4 million for equipment in a plant. SIDBI was founded by an Act of Parliament in 1990 and is a state-run, profitable organisation. In a discussion with Mr. Kahlenborn Mr Sharma pointed out some more details of the company: SIDBI was set up as a refinancing bank but today provides both indirect and direct financial assistance to the small industries sector as well as development and support services. Regarding projects in the service sector it can finance projects of anoverall cost of 45 million , contributing a maximum of 20% or 7 million . In the field of EE, SIDBI has conducted Energy Audits through third parties jointly with BEE and CII. SIDBI has incorporated EE criteria in loans in projects run jointly with KfW. In other cases SIDBI provides information in the form of a leaflet when handing out the contract papers for the loans. Presentation of Adelphi Mr. Kahlenborn, Ms Strasser and Mr. Chakrabarti introduced Adelphi and the current project activities in the field of sustainable finance, capacity building in banks, new and renewable energies, corporate social responsibility and EE projects in the service sector: capacity building for BEE for EE in buildings in India, development of toolkit for EE in buildings in India, German Energy Campaign in the Hospitality Sector, EEM activities in Hotels in Thailand. Then Mr. Chakrabarti reported on the results of the feasibility study and the Masterplan that was created as a summary of the feasibility study for the Energy Campaign in the Hotel and Catering Industry in India (EHotCat). EHotCat is a nationwide energy campaign for the hotel and catering industry focusing on energy efficiency measures (EEM) as well as substitution of energy sources with Renewable Energy Technologies (RET).Its goal will be achieved by capacity building, facilitation, advisory services, networking and financing of technology implementation. First estimations for the energy saving potential prospect INR 610 crores on the basis of figures for 2008. According to projections in 2013 a saving potential INR 2640 crores is estimated.
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Please find attached the presentation on the profile of Adelphi as well as on the EHotCat project for more details. Possible cooperation of SIDBI and Adelphi The Adelphi colleagues as well as Mr. Sharma made out several possible points of cooperation. Mr. Sharma mentioned interest in the capacity building programme of Adelphi in the banking sector as well as in the cooperation in the field of CSR. Adelphi advised to contact Mr. Mikael Henzler (henzler@adelphi-consult.com) Managing Director of Adelphi Consult and project leader of the CB project in the banking sector. Adelphi is interested in a partnership with SIDBI regarding the EHotCat campaign and in supporting investments for capacity building in the field of CSR and offers to share further information on its expertise of CSR capacity building in banks. Mr. Sharma stated that he is generally interested in cooperating in the field of implementing EEM and RET in the service sector. He liked the idea of a joint conduct of the EHotCat project by SIDBI and Adelphi together with KfW. For SIDBI it would be very easy to finance the investments for EEM and RET. Regarding the expenses for the campaign staff Mr. Sharma enquired on the possible funds SIDBI can provide for this kind of expenses. Mr. Chakrabarti presented different budgetary options for the campaign. ranging between INR 70 lakhs for core activities and INR 8.2 crores for the full fledged campaign including investments for pilot projects. The full fledged campaign would be to be self sustaining after a period of 4 years raising its funds by its own services which it has developed. Mr. Sharma offered to meet in Delhi with Mr. Chakrabarti on November 16 th in order to discuss these options after having consulted his managing director. He would also look into the possibility of SIDBI being a partner of the feasibility study by signing a MoU with Adelphi. Next steps

Action
Provide information on the Adelphi Capacity Building project in Banks Evaluate the possibility of signing a MoU between SIDBI and Adelphi regarding EHotCat Evaluate options of supporting the EHotCat campaign staff with funds

Date
ASAP ASAP ASAP

Responsible
Adelphi SIDBI SIDBI SIDBI Adelphi and SIDBI

Evaluating the possibility of participating in the masterplan workshop ASAP and finalisation meeting of EHotCat on December 8th 2009 Meeting in Delhi to discuss the above mentioned topics Nov. 16th 15:00

G MoMs of meetings with partners for the discussion on the masterplan workshop as well as on the Energy Audits
MoMs still to be added after being endorsed by partners

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H Certification
Certification possibilities
C ertification of E nerg y-E fficient H otels in India
Name of Certification Star Rating for Energy Efficient Buidlings / Offices / Hotels (planned) Certfication Organisation Description Costs Requirement URL http://www.beeindia.nic.in/ecbc.php connection load of more than 100 KW,

BEE

Rating of the EPI on teh base of classifikation and climatical region with a validity of 5 years 1 lakh INR

National Energy Conservation Award 2009 - Hotel and hospital buildings

Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) India

First and second prizes are proposed to be given to the management of nominated hotel and hospital buildings in the form of a Silver Plaque with appropriate citation on such awards as may be decided by the Ministry of Power. The performance of the nominated hotel and hospital buildings would be judged through a questionnaire (format enclosed) which would be evaluated by an Award Committee. no costs

Buildings who have made systematic and serious attempts for efficient utilization and conservation of energy can apply for the award. The scheme is open to all HOTEL AND HOSPITAL buildings, which are having connected load of 200 kW and http://www.beeabove india.nic.in/eca_detail.php?id= 22

"Energy-Efficient Enterprise

TV Sd

Certification of energy efficient enterprises. Also available for hotels (in India).

Identification and assessment of opportunities for cost saving; Deduction of the assessed energy efficiency measures

http://www.tuevsued.de/uploads/images/1198053 905887359370055/Energieeffizien tes_Unternehmen_e.pdf

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Na m e of C ertification

C ertfica tion Org anisation D escription

C osts

R equirem ent

UR L

"ISO 14001"

Several accredited organisations conduct the Certification of Environmental Management certification Systems

Depends on size.

Introduction of an environmental management system (EMS). A EMS is management tool enabling an organization of any size or type to: * identify and control the environmental impact of its activities, products or services, and to * improve its environmental performance continually, and to * implement a systematic approach to setting environmental objectives and targets, to achieving these and to demonstrating that they have been achieved.

http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalo gue/management_standards/iso_ 9000_iso_14000/iso_14000_essen tials.htm

"Green hotel certification"

Green Globe

A selection of 248 standards are applied to the individual certifications. Standards vary by type of certification, geographical area as well as local factors. Air Quality / Cleaning / Communication / Community / Corporate Social Responsibility / Conservation / Cultural / Education / Emissions / Energy / Facility / Hazard / Policy / Purchasing / Recycle / Reduce / Reuse / Waste / Water

Yearly fees: Micro 5 19 rooms, 650; Small 20 - 59 rooms 1.200; Medium 60 99 rooms 2.000; Medium-Large 100 249 rooms 2.900; Large 250 rooms and up 4.500

Environmental and cultural criteria as well as Corporate Social Responsibilities are certified against the highest http://www.greenhotelcertificatio worldwide principles. n.com/

"BS EN 16001"

British Standards Institution (BSI) Group (Also available by other certifiers like e.g. SGS)

Certification of Energy Management system. Depends on size.

BS EN 16001 specifies the requirements for an energy management system, which requires the development of an energy policy, identification of an organization's past, present and future energy consumption, as well as the development of an energy monitoring (metering) plan.

http://www.bsigroup.co.in/enin/Assessment-and-certificationservices/Managementsystems/Standards-andschemes/BS-EN-16001/

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Nam e of C ertification

C ertfication Org anisation

D escription

C osts

Requirem ent

URL

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Indian Green building Design) India council

LEED India certification provides independent, thirdparty verification that a building project meets the highest performance standards. Only applicable for new buildings

LEED-INDIA-certified buildings have to fulfil following criteria: are leading the transformation of the built environment; are built as designed and perform as expected; have lower operating costs and increased asset value; are healthy and comfortable for their occupants; reduce waste sent to landfills; conserve energy and water; reduce harmful greenhouse gas Between 335000 emissions, demonstrate an RS and 575000, owner`s commitment to http://www.igbc.in:9080 depending on environmental stewardship and /site/igbc/tests.jsp?eve size social responsibility. nt=22869

National Energy Conservation Award 2009 - Hotel and hospital buildings

Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) India

First and second prizes are proposed to be given to the management of nominated hotel and hospital buildings in the form of a Silver Plaque with appropriate citation on such awards as may be decided by the Ministry of Power. The performance of the nominated hotel and hospital buildings would be judged through a questionnaire (format enclosed) which would be evaluated by an Award Committee. no costs

Buildings who have made systematic and serious attempts for efficient utilization and conservation of energy can apply for the award. The scheme is open to all HOTEL AND HOSPITAL buildings, which are having http://www.beeconnected load of 200 kW and india.nic.in/eca_detail.ph above p?id=22

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Nam e of C ertification

C ertfication Org anisation

D escription

C osts

Requirem ent

URL

Environmental awards

Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI)

FHRAI encourages and promotes environmentally sound practices in the Industry. In recognition of the industry's commitment to environmental concerns, FHRAI presents Environmental Awards in four categories every year, with a winner and runner up in each category. Environment Champion of the Year among Large Hotels (Applicable to Heritage, 5 Star Delux, 5 Star and 4 Star Hotels); Environment Champion of the Year among Small Hotels (Applicabe to 3 Star, 2 Star, 1 Star, approved and unclassified Hotels), Environment Champion of the Year among Restaurants (Applicable to only Standalone Restaurants). no costs

The application form in each category has a questionnaire and applicants are judged by the Selection Committee on that basis. Applicant should have done some significant work in these areas, especially in the current financial year. The application has questions under the following heads: Energy management; Water conservation; Waste water treatment and disposal; Solid waste disposal; Use of hazardous chemicals and non-biodegradable products; Air pollution and internal air quality; Noise pollution; Eco-friendly purchase policies; Training and monitoring; Communications to guests and others; Community service and http://www.fhrai.com/Aw involvement. ardsinfo.html

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EMS certifiers

List of Certification Bodies -EMS


Environmental Management Systems Accreditati on No. Name of the Certification Bodies EM001 Det Norske Veritas EM002 EM003 EM004 EM005 EM006 EM007 EM008 EM009 EM011 EM013 EM014 Tuv India Pvt Ltd. International Certifications Services Pvt. Ltd. Bureau Veritas Certification (India) Pvt. Ltd. Indian Register Quality Systems (IRQS) NVT Quality Certification Pvt. Ltd. Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance Ltd. (India Branch) Vexil Business Process Services Pvt. Ltd. TUV SUD South Asia Pvt. Ltd. NQAQSR Certification Pvt. Ltd. American Quality Assessors (India) Pvt. Ltd. GCAS Quality Certifications Pvt. Ltd. Valid from 21 June 2001 12 September 2002 16 August 2004 03 October 2005 15. Dec 2005 26. May 2006 12 June 2006 18 June 2006 28 August 2006 20 December 2006 12 September 2008 27 October 2008 Valid Upto 20 June 2012 11 September 2013 15 August 2010 13 April 2013 11 April 2013 25 May 2013 11 June 2013 20 June 2012 Extended up to 15 Dec 2009 19 December 2009 11 September 2011 26 October 2011

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Map of Indian hotels meeting the criteria of the green hotel certification

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I CDM Small sale project categories


Simplified baseline and monitoring methodologies have been developed for 13 small-scale CDM project activity categories They are presented in the table below. This list shall not preclude other types of small-scale CDM project activities. If a proposed small-scale CDM project activity does not fall into any of the categories in appendix B, the project participants may submit a request to the CDM Executive Board for approval of a simplified baseline and/or monitoring plan. The following table, showing the 13 project types, is extracted from 4/CMP.1, Annex II, Appendix B: Project types Type (i): Renewable energy projects Project categories A. Electricity generation by the user/household B. Mechanical energy for the user/enterprise C. Thermal energy for the user D. Electricity generation for a system Type (ii): Energy efficiency improvement projects E. Supply-side energy efficiency improvements - transmission and distribution activities F. Supply-side energy efficiency improvements - generation G. Demand-side energy efficiency programmes for specific technologies H. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for industrial facilities I. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for buildings Type (iii): Other project activities J. Agriculture K. Switching fossil fuels L. Emission reductions in the transport sector M. Methane recovery

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J Energy Profile Questionnaire

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