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PERFORM, ACHIEVE, TRADE


(PAT) scheme and
ECBC 2017

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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION

OBJECTIVE
• National Mission on Enhanced Energy
Efficiency (NMEEE) is one of the eight
missions which formed India’s National
Action Plan on Climate Change
(NAPCC).
• NAPCC was launched in India to
achieve the commitment ratified by
India in the Kyoto Protocol that
commits countries to contain
greenhouse gases emissions.

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INTRODUCTION

• PAT (Perform Achieve and Trade)


A market based mechanism to enhance cost effectiveness of improvements in energy
efficiency in energy-intensive large industries and facilities, through certification of
energy savings that could be traded.
• MTEE (Market Transformation for Energy Efficiency)
Accelerating the shift to energy efficient appliances in designated sectors through
innovative measures to make the products more affordable.
• EEFP (Energy Efficiency Financing Platform)
Creation of mechanisms that would help finance demand side management programs
in all sectors by capturing future energy savings.
• FEED (Framework for Energy Efficient Economic Development)
Developing fiscal instruments to promote energy efficiency

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EC ACT 2001 &
PAT CONCEPT
EC ACT

Energy Conservation Act 2001

• An Act to provide for efficient use of energy and its conservation and for
matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
• It extends to the whole of India except the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
• It was enacted by Parliament in the Fifty-second Year of the Republic of India
on October 2001.
• The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) came into force from March 2002
onwards.
• This act was further amended in 2010 to include the provisions for energy
saving certificates and revision of penalties.

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EC ACT

Energy Conservation Act 2001


• In exercise of the powers conferred by the section 14(e) and (f) of the EC Act,
the Central Government has notified 9 industrial sectors out of 15 as DCs. This
notification was issued in March 2007.
• Two more industrial sectors i.e. petroleum refineries and electricity distribution
companies are notified as DC on 29th Dec 2015 and notification for railways
was also amended.
• Commercial Buildings or establishments (Hotels) has been included in PAT
cycle on 02nd May 2017 and amended on 22nd February 2019.
• Commercial Establishments (Airport) has been included in the PAT scheme on
02nd January 2020.
• Total of 13 industrial sectors have been so far identified as DCs in PAT scheme.

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PAT CONCEPT

PAT Scheme

• The key goal of the PAT scheme under National Mission for Energy Efficiency
(NMEEE) is to mandate specific energy efficiency improvements for the most
energy intensive industries.
• The scheme builds on the large variation in energy intensities of different units
in almost every sector.
• With respect to Sec 14(g) of the EC act, the Government has notified targets (in
the form of SEC) for various PAT cycles.
• The energy intensity reduction target mandated for each unit is dependent on its
current efficiency : the reduction target is less for those who are more efficient,
and is higher for the currently less-efficient units.

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PAT CONCEPT
PAT PAT PAT
Existing no. Of New DCs Total no. Of DCs
S. Cycle 3 cycle 4 cycle 5
Sector DCs in PAT cycle included under in PAT cycle 2
No (2017- (2018- (2019-
1 (2012-2015) PAT cycle 2 (2016-1019)
2020) 2021) 2022)
1 Aluminium 10 2 12 1   1
2 Cement 84 27 111 14 1 12
3 Chlor Alkali 21 3 24   2 2
4 Discom   44 44      
5 Fertilizers 29 8 37      
6 Iron and Steel 62 9 71 29 35 23
7 Petroleum Refinery   18 18      
8 Pulp and Paper 25 4 29 1 2 8
9 Railways   22 22      
10 Textile 85 14 99 34 7 16
11 Thermal Power plant 132 22 154 37 17 17
12 Commercial Buildings (Hotels)         37 31
13 Petrochemicals         8  
Grand Total 448 173 621 116 109 110
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PAT CONCEPT
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PAT CONCEPT
Energy
Conservation
Building
Code 2017
ECBC 2017
ECBC 2017
• Energy Conservation Building Code – one of the most effective tools to curb
future energy demand growth, deliver significant cost energy savings to building
owners and users, while improving comfort and air quality.

• While effective development, implementation and enforcement of ECBC


require coordinated efforts of multiples stakeholders at different levels,
enforcement and implementation of ECBC lies with the state and local
governments.

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ECBC 2017
ECBC 2017 Key Features

• Applies to new commercial buildings with a connected load of 100 kW & more
or contract demand of 120 kVA or more.
• Introduces passive design features such as daylight requirements and shading
provisions.
• Introduces provisions of installing Renewable Energy Systems.
• Sets minimum energy efficiency standards for design and construction.
• Encourages energy efficient design or retrofit of buildings.
• Pathway toward Net Zero Energy Buildings.

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ECBC 2017
ECBC 2017 Compliance Requirements

Building should comply with provisions of ECBC 2017

• New commercial buildings with load demand > 100 kW or 120 kVA
• Additions to existing commercial buildings if connected load demand
of building with additions > 100 kW or 120 kVA
• Alterations to existing commercial buildings if altered part of
building or systems > 100 kW or 120 kVA of load demand

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ECBC 2017
Indian Climatic Zones

• ECBC 2017 provides


climate zone data for
major Indian cities.

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ECBC 2017
ECBC 2017 Key Features
• ECBC-compliant buildings deliver 20-25% of energy savings in different
climates, when compared with typical buildings.
250 30%
Energy consumption, kWh/m2*yr.

25% 25%
200
22% 22%
21%

Energy Savings, %
20%
20%

150
15%
100
10%

50
5%

0 0%
Cold Composite Hot Dry Moderate Warm Humid
Typical Building ECBC Savings

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ECBC 2017
ECBC 2017 Key Features
• ECBC 2017 sets three Tiers of Building Energy Performance.
• ECBC (requires 25% less energy than typical building)
• ECBC+ (requires 35% less energy than typical building)
• Super ECBC (requires 50% less energy than typical building).

50%

35%
25%

Typical Building ECBC Compliant ECBC+ SuperECBC

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ECBC 2017
Energy efficiency requirements for the Code were derived after analysing 16 different non-residential
building typologies (shown below), that in turn are broadly based on building classification in the
National Building Code of India. Spatial layouts, material specifications, façade characteristics, and
occupancy patterns have an impact on energy efficiency of a building and differ for these typologies.
Potential for reducing energy use with technology and materials thus varies from building type to type.
By analysing this potential, ECBC energy efficiency requirements are now sensitive to building
typologies and, to the extent possible, only requirements that are feasible have been included.
1. Star Hotel 1. Shopping Mall 2. Stand-alone Retails
2. No Star Hotel 3. Open Gallery Malls 4. Super Markets
3. 3. Resort

1. Large Office (>30,000 m2)


1. College 2. University
2. Medium Office (10,000m2-30,000 m2)
3. Institution 4. School
3. Small Office (<10,000 m2)

1. Hospital 1. Multiplex
2. Theatre
2. Out-patient Healthcare 3. Building used for Transport Services*

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PAT STATUS
PAT STATUS

Commercial Buildings (Hotels) as DC


As per earlier notification As per amended notification
02nd May 2017 22nd February 2019
Commercial buildings or Commercial buildings or
establishments (Hotels) – Units of establishments (Hotels) – Units of
such hotels under commercial such hotels under commercial
buildings or establishments having buildings or establishments having
energy consumption of 1,000 energy consumption of 500 metric
metric tonne of oil equivalent tonne of oil equivalent (MTOE)
(MTOE) per year and above. per year and above.

Note: Airports have been included in PAT scheme as per BEE from 02nd
January 2020, the threshold limit for an airport to be declared as
Designated Consumer (DC) has been not yet declared by BEE.
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PAT STATUS

Metric adopted for target setting

Specific Energy Consumption TOE/1000 m2/year

TOE= tonnes of oil equivalent


TOE= Electrical consumption from grid, self generation +
Thermal energy consumption from fuels (solid, liquid, gas)
TOE= [{kWh X Heat rate(Kcal/kWh)} +
{Quantity consumed(kg) X GCV(Kcal/kg)}]/ 10^7

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PAT STATUS
Data Required from Nagpur Airport
Civil Construction Details for last 3 years:
• Number of Terminals
• Building status: Standalone/Complex
• Climatic Zone: Composite (For Nagpur)
• Building Area: (in sq. Metres)
• Total built up area, Air conditioned area, Non air conditioned area Gross
floor area, Public area, Service area, Air field area, Covered Parking area,
Kitchen area, Storage area
• Building Envelope and Orientation
• External wall thickness, Wall material used, External opaque wall area
• External fenestration area in 4 directions
• Glazing details
• Shading details
• Roof details

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PAT STATUS
Data Required from Nagpur Airport
Electrical Energy Consumption Details for last 3 years 2017-18,
2018-19 and 2019-20:

• Purchased Electricity from Grid (State Electricity Board)


• Area wise electrical consumption in kWh of Terminals,
Restaurants, Shops, Lounges, Hotels, Parking, Aero Bridge,
Control Tower, Runway, Common area, Pumping system,
Lighting system, Lifts, Laundry services, Cargo Handling
services, Airside transport services, Chiller system and DG sets

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Data Required from Nagpur Airport
Thermal Energy Consumption Details for last 3 years 2017-18,
2018-19 and 2019-20:

• HSD/LDO consumption in DG sets, Air buses,


Transportation, Maintenance, Heating etc
• LPG/CNG/PNG consumption in Kitchens, Restaurants,
Shops etc

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ENERGY
CONSERVATION
RULES 2012
EC RULES 2012

In exercise of powers conferred under the Energy Conservation Act, 2001


(52 of 2001), the Central Government has made the following rules,
namely:-

“Energy Conservation (Energy Consumption Norms and Standards for


Designated Consumers, Form, Time within which, and Manner of
Preparation and Implementation of Scheme, Procedure for Issue of
Energy Savings Certificate and Value of Per Metric Tonne of Oil
Equivalent of Energy Consumed) Rule, 2012.

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EC RULES 2012
These Rules define:

• The procedure for establishment of energy consumption norms and standards and specify such
norms and standards for Designated Consumers. (Rule 3 & 4).

• Scheme for preparation and implementation of efficient use of energy and its conservation.
(Rule5)

• Assessment of Performance by the Designated Consumers with reference to the energy


Consumption Norms and Standards specified for them (Rule6).

• Procedure for Assessment of performance through Monitoring & Verification (M&V) and Check-
verification by Empaneled Accredited Energy Auditor. (Rule 7 & 8)

• The Procedure regarding compliance with energy consumption Norms and Standards and for
issuance of ESCerts. (Rule 9, 11, 12 & 13).

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EC RULES 2012

These Rules define:

• Roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders (Rule10 & 15).

• Establishment of new Baseline for the next PAT Cycle (Rule14).

• The procedure for notifying the price of one tonne of oil equivalent (toe) for purposes of penalty
(Rule16).

• The reporting and verification format for compliance with Energy Consumption Norms and
Standards (FormA, Form B, Form C and Form D).

• The procedure and formulae for Normalization (Schedule I & II).

• The timelines for various activities under Perform, Achieve and Trade scheme.

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EC RULES 2012

Energy Conservation Rules phases

• Target Setting Phase

• Notification Phase

• Implementation Phase

• Monitoring , Reporting and Verification (MRV) Phase

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EC RULES 2012
Major activities to be done by DC

1. Appoint or designate Certified Energy Manager.

2. Submit Annual Energy Consumption return.

3. Preparation of scheme for implementation of efficient use of energy and its conservation

Every Designated Consumer, within three months of the issue of notification under sub-rule (6) of rule 4
shall submit a scheme to State designated agency with a copy to Bureau, which may include: -

• Action Plan containing inter- alia, a brief description of identified energy saving measures to comply
energy consumption norms and standards by the target year.

• The estimated cost of each identified energy saving measures.

• Implementation plan to Achieve Energy Consumption Norms and Standards.

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EC RULES 2012
Major activities to be done by DC

4. Get mandatory energy audit conducted by accredited energy auditor

• Get energy audit connected by an accredited energy auditor, in accordance


with BEE (Manner and Intervals of time for conduct of energy audit)
Regulations 2010.

• Furnish to concerned designated agency, details of information on energy


consumed and details of the action taken on the recommendations of
accredited energy auditor in accordance with Energy Conservation (Form and
Manner and Time for furnishing information with regard to Energy Consumed
and Action taken on Recommendations of Accredited Energy Auditor.

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EC RULES 2012
Major activities to be done by DC

Intervals of time for conduct of energy audit

• Every designated consumer shall have its first energy audit conducted, by an
accredited energy auditor within 18 months of the notification issued by the
Central Government under clause (i) of section 14 of the Act ( Notification
has been issued on 27th May,2014).

• The interval of time for conduct and completion of subsequent energy audits
shall be three years with effect from the date of submission of the previous
energy audit report by the accredited energy auditor to the management of the
designated consumer.

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EC RULES 2012
Major activities to be done by DC

5. Arrangement for Monitoring and Verification

The Designated consumer in consultation with empaneled accredited energy auditor, shall
put in place transparent, independent and credible Monitoring and Verification (M&V)
for Energy Consumption and Production based on the Bureau of Energy Efficiency
(Manner and Intervals of Time for Conduct of Energy Audit) Regulations, 2010 for
compliance with the Energy Consumption Norms and Standards.

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EC RULES 2012
Various forms under PAT Scheme

Form 1
Form 1 contains details of Information regarding total energy consumed, production, and specific energy
consumption per unit of production.

Form A
Form A is the Performance Assessment Document (PAD) prepared by the DCs in the assessment year for
monitoring and verification.

Form B
Form B is the certification of verification by EmAEA on completion of M&V study in the assessment year.
 
Form C
Form C is the certification of cross-verification by EmAEA .
Form D
Form D is the declaration of trading and banking of ESCerts by DC
 

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EC RULES 2012
Various forms under PAT Scheme

Other Forms to be submitted by DC under EC Act:


 
Form2
Details of energy savings measures recommended in mandatory energy audit report. This will be submitted to
the SDA with a copy to BEE within specified period of time.
 
Form3
Details of energy efficiency improvement measures implemented, investment made and savings in energy
achieved and progress made.

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EC RULES 2012
Timelines and Activities
Tentative Dates for
Activity Description Activity by Where
PAT Cycle II
Form 1, Action plan Within 3 month from Notification 30 June DC SDA/BEE
submission 2016
Form 1 submission Yearly submission of Form 1 within 30 June DC SDA/BEE
3 months from last financial year (Every Year)
Form A, Form B Within 4 month from conclusion of 31st July DC SDA/BEE
along with others target year 2019
documents
Submission of Form Within 45 days of the last date of 15th Sept SDA BEE
A, Form B with submission of Form A 2019
SDA comments
Recommendation Within two months from the date 15th Nov BEE MoP
of ESCerts to MoP, of the receipt of the comments 2019
GOI from SDA
Issuance of ESCerts Within 45 days from the date of 31st Dec MoP
by MoP the recommendation of Escerts 2019
from BEE
Form D Submission After 1 month from the DC SDA/BEE
Completion of Trading

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EC RULES 2012

2 Trading of ESCerts

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3 Check Verification

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PAT CYCLE 1
ACHIEVEMENT
PAT CYCLE 1

• PAT-I cycle has achieved an energy saving of 8.67 million tonne of oil equivalent. The table shows
achievements of PATI.
No. of Target Reduction Savings
S. No. Sectors % Increase
DCs (MTOE) (MTOE)
1 Aluminum 10 0.46 0.73 59%
2 Cement 75 0.82 1.44 76
3 Chlor- Alkali 22 0.05 0.13 100
4 Fertilizer 29 0.48 0.83 73
5 Iron & Steel 60 1.49 2.10 41
6 Paper & Pulp 26 0.12 0.26 117
7 Textile 82 0.07 0.12 71
8 Thermal Power Plant 123 3.21 3.06 -5%
Total 427 6.69 8.67 29%

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EACH AND EVERY ONE HAS THE ENERGY TO SAVE
ENERGY AND WE MUST USE THAT ENERGY TO SAVE
ENERGY EVERY MOMENT IN EVERY WAY WE CAN!

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