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June 2018
BSES offers 'AC Replacement Scheme' in Delhi with 47% discount
In a move to promote energy efficiency, Delhi power distribution company (discom) BSES on Monday announced an air conditioner (AC) replacement scheme which will allow consumers to save up to Rs 7,500 annually depending on the type of AC.
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Air conditioner demands across the world will need the combined power of US, EU and Japan by 2050
However, mandatory energy performance standards could cut energy growth from AC demand in half, and save as much as $2.9 trillion in investment, fuel and operating costs, said the IEA.
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World Bank approves Rs 2,040 crore assistance for Indiab's energy efficiency program
To be implemented by the Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), the program will help scale up the deployment of energy saving measures in residential and public sectors, strengthen EESLb's institutional capacity and enhance its access to commercial financing, an official statement said.
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From billing efficiency to increase in revenues; hereb's how smart meters can benefit consumers and discoms
Smart meters will enable discoms to forecast energy demand cycles in real-time, and swiftly rebalance the gridb's energy sources, achieving renewable-energy infusion.
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Dynapower and Raychem Sign Deal to Bring Energy Storage Inverter Technology to India
Dynapower, a United States-based company, has a range of products from energy storage inverters, DC-DC Converters, and fully-integrated energy storage systems and supplied over 400 MW of its systems across the world.
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Buy good gadgets, get power for new house
Homeowners looking for new electricity connection may soon have to submit proof that large electrical appliances like refrigerators, air-conditioners and fans installed in their houses conform to the five-star energy rating provided by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) to get power supply sanctioned.
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CRI bags Rs 150 cr EESL order to install energy efficient pumpsets
This is part of Rs 400 crore Agriculture Demand Side Management (AgDSM) program being run in association with Government of Andhra Pradesh. The program aims to save 349 million units of energy per annum amounting to savings of Rs 139.60 crores per annum for the government.
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Electric vehicles could save billions on energy storage
Using electric vehicles (EVs) as mobile power storage could eliminate the need to build costly stationary grid storage for energy from renewable sources, a study has found.
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World's first grid-scale liquid air energy storage plant goes live
The 5MW/15MWh plant near Manchester in England will become the first operational demonstration of liquid air energy storage (LAES) technology at grid-scale.
The plant will demonstrate how LAES can provide a number of reserve, grid balancing and regulation services.
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