Financing Energy Efficiency Projects 2014

  • About The Conference

    In India, Energy Efficiency (EE) is increasingly seen as a viable option that is cost effective, supplemental and environmentally sound. The industries have immense possibilities to unlock energy efficiency opportunities, estimated to be about Rs. 74,000 crore, annual fuel saving of about 23 million ton of oil equivalent (toe), and cumulative avoided electricity capacity addition of 19000 MW and so on. The market-based mechanism is in place to unravel the potential, enhance the cost effectiveness and improving the EE in industries through policy instruments. The program presents concepts across policy dynamics, enhanced energy audit skills, sector specific EE technology and best industry practices, developing knacks for preparation of bankable DPRs, the path to financing access for EE projects, abilities on EE project evaluation, monitoring and evaluation etc. This program assumes no prior technical and financial background. It designed for middle to senior level professionals into the fields well as for those who have an understanding in one area and are looking forward to extending it in related areas. It will appeal to business decision makers, from a variety of job roles, requiring thorough and rounded subject review. It will also provide a platform for market focused discussion and meeting like-minded professionals.

     

     

  • Program Objectives:
    • To develop an understanding for using policy tools for business benefits.
    • To provide skills for developing bankable Detail Project Reports (DPRs)
    • To enhance abilities for understanding various economic, financial and operational aspects of EE projects.

    Contents

    Policy and Regulation

    • Energy Efficiency Scenario
    • Energy Efficiency: Policies and Regulatory Interventions

    Techno-economic Drivers

    • Energy Efficiency measures in industries
    • Cost Benefits of Energy Efficiency projects

    Project Development

    • Implementing Energy Efficiency in Industries
    • Evaluation, Monitoring, and Verification (EVM) of EE projects

    Financing of Energy Efficiency

    • Developing bankable Detailed Project Reports
    • ESCO financing
    • Removal of Financing Barriers – EE Projects in India
    • Financing landscape for Energy Efficiency Projects
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  • Conference Agenda

    Day 1, January 31, 2014
    9:00 – 9:15 am Registration & Welcome Tea
    9:15 – 9:30 am Program Overview & Introduction of Participants
    9:30 – 10:00am Opening Remarks: Energy Efficiency: A method to save money by Dr. Vijay Deshpande
    10:00 – 11:30am Session I
    Understanding Energy Efficiency Policies and Mechanisms in India

    Tentative Speaker: Dr. Sandeep Garg, Energy Economist

    11:30 – 11:45am Networking Refreshment Break
    11:45 – 01:15 pm Session II
    Energy Efficiency Measures in Industries

    Tentative Speaker: Dr. B. D. Sharma, Vice President, JB Group

    01:15 – 02:15pm Networking Lunch Break
    02:15 – 03:45 pm Session III
    Cost Benefit Analysis of Energy Efficiency Projects in India

    Tentative Speaker: Dr. Vijay Deshpande, Energy Economist

    03:45 – 04:00pm Networking Refreshment Break
    04:00 – 05:30pm Session IV
    Implementing Energy Efficiency in Industries: Opportunity and Challenges  

    Tentative Speaker – TBD

    05:30pm Summary & End of the Day
    Day 2, February 1, 2014
    9:30 – 11:00 am Session I
    Evaluation, Monitoring, and Verification (EVM) of EE projects

    Tentative Speaker: Dr. Mahesh Patankar, Managing Director, MP Ensystems Advisory Private Limited

    11:00 – 11:15pm Networking Refreshment Break
    11:15 – 12:15pm Session II
    ESCO Financing

    Tentative Speaker:  Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Director, EESL, New Delhi

    12:15- 01:45 pm Networking Lunch Break
    01:45 – 03:15 pm Session III
    Financing Landscape for EE projects

    Tentative Speaker:  Mr. K.P. Philip, Senior Manager and Group Leader (EE), IREDA, New Delhi

    03:15 – 04:15 pm Session IV
    Removal of Financing Barriers – EE Projects in India

    Tentative Speaker: Mr. Sanjeev Singhal, Advisor, Project Finance, State Bank of India

    04:15 – 04:30 pm Networking Refreshment Break
    04:30 – 05:30 pm Session V
    Understanding Detailed Project Report (DPR) for EE projects

    Tentative Speaker: TBD

    05:30 – 06:00pm Summary & Valediction Ceremony
    06:00pm End of Program
  • Who Should Attend?

    Middle to senior level professionals from all energy intensive industries, industrial associations, ESCOs, energy professional, technology providers, consultants, Research and Development organizations, financial institutions and bankers etc.


    For Speaking Opportunities, please Contact

    Chander Kant Verma
    Email: ck.verma@cerebralbusiness.com
    Call: +91 95409 91011

    For Delegate Registration, please Contact

    Meghana Vyas
    Email: m.vyas@cerebralbusiness.com
    Call: +91 95409 91022

  • Speakers

    • Dr. Sandeep Garg
      Energy Economist
    • Dr. B. D. Sharma
      Vice President, JB Group
    • Dr. Vijay Deshpande
      Energy Economist
    • Dr. Mahesh Patankar
      Managing Director, MP Ensystems Advisory Private Limited
    • Mr. Saurabh Kumar
      Director, EESL, New Delhi
    • Mr. K.P. Philip
      Senior Manager and Group Leader (EE), IREDA, New Delhi
    • Mr. Sanjeev Singhal
      Advisor, Project Finance, State Bank of India

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