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This is a presentation made in Fertilizer sector workshop.
  5/14/2008Fertilizer Sector Workshop,Mumbai1 Development of EnergyConsumption NormsforAmmonia/ Urea Plants forImplementation of EA-2001 R V Nesari  5/14/2008Fertilizer Sector Workshop,Mumbai2 Energy Conservation Act-2001Objectives ã Bridging the gap between energydemand & supply. ã Reducing environmental emissionsthrough energy saving and ã Reduction in the energy import bill. ã TheAct provides the much neededlegal framework and institutionalarrangement for embarking an energyefficiency drive.  5/14/2008Fertilizer Sector Workshop,Mumbai3 Provisions of EA-2001Act ã Energy intensive industries/ establishmentshave been identified and specified asDesignated Consumers of energy. ã Establish and prescribe energy consumptionnorms for Designated Consumers. ã Thestudy is being conducted for setting upEnergy Normsfor Fertilizer Industry as oneof the designated consumers.  5/14/2008Fertilizer Sector Workshop,Mumbai4 Fertilizer Industry as DesignatedConsumer ãAny fertilizer unit having annual energy consumptionequal to or more than 30,000 metric tonnes ofoilequivalent (MTOE) per year.ãEvaluation of energy consumption levels and notificationof norms for specific energy consumption by BEE.ãThe limit of annual energy consumption in terms ofMTOE shall be reviewed every three years.ãA high powered technical committee represented bysenior officials/executives from ministry, FAI andfertilizer units shall be constituted for evaluation ofrecommended energyconsumption norms.
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