Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Plants

Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Plants


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About The Event

India has an installed capacity of 1,64,000 MW power, of which the thermal share is 69%. It’s worth considering that even a 1% reduction in Auxiliary Power Consumption (APC) from the existing levels, would yield 5000 MU of energy annually, worth Rs. 1,000 crores/yr. Similarly 1% thermal efficiency improvement, means savings of 11 million tons of coal savings worth Rs.1200 Crores/yr.

Realizing this need and opportunity, several power stations like NTPC, have already initiated voluntary energy audits. As per the Energy Conservation (EC) Act 2001, it is now mandatory for all power generating stations to get their facilities audited by an accredited energy auditor. In addition, there exists an opportunity to reduce energy consumption and realize additional benefit through Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme under National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE).

Today, energy efficiency, APC reduction, Heat Rate improvement etc. assumes even greater importance because it is the most cost effective and reliable means of mitigating global climate change. Based on energy audits of a number of thermal power stations, best practices for performance improvement of Thermal power stations were identified, and we would like to share these  experiences through this workshop.


To deliberate on Energy and Efficiency issues to Heat Rate improvement and Auxiliary power reduction etc.

To deliberate on emerging trends and developments in new Technologies, PAT scheme,and carbon credits.

To share the experience of O&M executives, Consultants, Manufacturers,ESCO's CDM experts etc.

Target Group:

This programme is beneficial to all Senior/top level management Executives from O&M staff of Thermal power plants, Gas based Power Plants, Captive power plants,Biomass / Municipal solid waste based power plants,Energy Managers/Energy auditors, states & central Govt. Dept's state Nodal Agencies of BEE, FI's and consultants, Manufacturers , policy makers.

Program Coverage:

Performance evaluation of
*Steam/Gas Turbines
*CW/CT system
*FD/ID?CEP Pumps

Energy Efficiency In

*Coal Handing Plants
*Ash handling plants
*Feed water system
*Coal Milling system
*Foil Handling System
*Compressed Air
*Air Conditioning
*Station lighting

*Water Balance & conservation in TPS

*Implementation of Energy Efficiency measures through ESCO route

*PAT scheme to get additional revenues

*Identification of CDM projects in TPS /CCPP/Critical power station/biomass/waste to energy projects

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