Special CS – The New Indian Express


By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: Andhra Pradesh Power Utilities are ready to support the industrial sector by providing 24/7 uninterrupted power supply as per the target of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, which is keen on industrial promotion and job creation, Special Chief Secretary (Energy) K Vijayanand said. .

He participated as a featured guest in a Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) program workshop hosted by the AP State Energy Conservation Mission, Department of Energy, in coordination with the Bureau Energy Efficiency (EEB) Center in Vijayawada on Wednesday to highlight the implementation of energy efficiency technologies in energy intensive industries in PA.

The Special Chief Secretary said the PAT program is a market-based compliance regulatory mechanism to accelerate the implementation of cost-effective energy efficiency improvements in energy-intensive industries.

Announcing the results of the PAT according to data provided by BEE on Andhra Pradesh, he said that 36 energy-intensive industries under the PAT program saved about 0.818 million tonnes of oil equivalent energy (MTOE) (composed of coal, oil, gas, lignite etc.) worth 5,709 crores in the state with a reduction of 2.464 million tons of CO2 by implementing energy efficiency technologies and best practices in the industry in the first three cycles of PAT in recent years.

The state implemented the PAT program to mandate specific energy efficiency improvements for energy-intensive industries. PA is one of the best states that has a strong framework in place to promote energy efficiency in industries, including the implementation of the PAT program, the promotion of energy efficiency technologies enabled by the Internet of things in small and medium industries, etc.

He said the state government’s efforts are yielding fruitful results and winning the applause of industrialists not only within the state but also from other states and even other countries.
Electric utilities have done their best to maintain an uninterrupted supply of quality, reliable and secure 24/7 grid electricity to the industrial sector, freeing industrial consumers from the burden of in place of captive electricity production with a huge capital cost. The 24/7 power supply helps industries reduce production costs and will have a positive economic impact on the industrial sector as well as the state.

Stating that achieving more energy savings in industries is certainly a good achievement, the Special Chief Secretary said the PAT program will help accelerate the implementation of cost-effective energy efficiency improvements in industries. energy-intensive industries.

“The state still has enormous untapped potential in the energy efficiency sector. Energy and its dependent sectors will benefit from energy efficiency,” he said. BEE officials said national energy savings for the first three cycles of the PAT were about 24.05 mtoe (40 billion units of electrical energy) and 22 mtoe of thermal energy) . In PAT cycles 4 to 7, savings are expected to be 9.11 Mtoe by 2024.

Energy savings
First three cycles of PAT – 24.05 MTOE (40 billion units of electrical energy and 22 MTOE of thermal energy) 4 to 7 cycles
Savings expected to be 9.11 MTOE by 2024

VIJAYAWADA: Andhra Pradesh Power Utilities are ready to support the industrial sector by providing 24/7 uninterrupted power supply as per the target of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, which is keen on industrial promotion and job creation, Special Chief Secretary (Energy) K Vijayanand said. . He participated as a featured guest in a Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) program workshop hosted by the AP State Energy Conservation Mission, Department of Energy, in coordination with the Bureau Energy Efficiency (EEB) Center in Vijayawada on Wednesday to highlight the implementation of energy efficiency technologies in energy intensive industries in PA. The Special Chief Secretary said the PAT program is a market-based compliance regulatory mechanism to accelerate the implementation of cost-effective energy efficiency improvements in energy-intensive industries. Announcing the results of the PAT according to data provided by BEE on Andhra Pradesh, he said that 36 energy-intensive industries under the PAT program saved about 0.818 million tonnes of oil equivalent energy (MTOE) (composed of coal, oil, gas, lignite etc.) worth 5,709 crores in the state with a reduction of 2.464 million tons of CO2 by implementing energy efficiency technologies and best practices in the industry in the first three cycles of PAT in recent years. The state implemented the PAT program to mandate specific energy efficiency improvements for energy-intensive industries. PA is one of the best states to have a strong framework in place to promote energy efficiency in industries, including the implementation of the PAT program, the promotion of energy efficiency technologies enabled by the Internet of things in small and medium industries, etc. He said that the efforts of the state government are yielding fruitful results and winning the applause of industrialists not only from the state but also from other states and even other countries. Electric utilities have done their best to maintain an uninterrupted supply of quality, reliable and secure 24/7 grid electricity to the industrial sector, freeing industrial consumers from the burden of in place of captive electricity production with a huge capital cost. The 24/7 power supply helps industries reduce production costs and will have a positive economic impact on the industrial sector as well as the state. Stating that achieving more energy savings in industries is certainly a good achievement, the Special Chief Secretary said the PAT program will help accelerate the implementation of cost-effective energy efficiency improvements in industries. energy-intensive industries. “The state still has enormous untapped potential in the energy efficiency sector. Energy and its dependent sectors will benefit from energy efficiency,” he said. BEE officials said national energy savings for the first three cycles of the PAT were about 24.05 mtoe (40 billion units of electrical energy) and 22 mtoe of thermal energy) . In PAT cycles 4 to 7, the savings are expected to be 9.11 Mtoe by 2024. Energy savings First three cycles of PAT – 24.05 Mtoe (40 billion units of electrical energy and 22 Mtoe of thermal energy) 4 to 7 cycles Savings should be 9.11 Mtoe by 2024

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