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EMPANELLMENT STATUS OF CONSULTANTS FOR ENERGY AUDIT ACTIVITIES IN MP

CATEGORY

CATEGORY-I

Firms/ companies those registered or will be registered with BEE shall be considered by default under this category; however they have to send their consent /confirmation for working with MPUVN Ltd, Bhopal

CATEGORY-II

Firms/ companies {in case of individuals -must be Certified Energy Auditor - BEE} having Certified Energy auditors with other eligibility will be considered for this category

CATEGORY-III

Firms/ companies having Certified Energy managers & one graduate Engineer in their group with other eligibility will be considered for this category

          Terms & Conditions of Registration / Empanelment

·        The registration shall be valid for operations in Madhya Pradesh

·        The registration shall be valid for a period of 2 years from the date of         issuance of registration Certificate. However Managing Director, MPUVN may consider extension of validity for a period of up to 2 years based on the performance of the consultant. Granting extension is the sole right / discretion of the Managing Director, MPUVN.

·        The registration is subjected to yearly review by MPUVN and shall be liable for cancellation in case of non-performance, found indulging in unprofessional / unethical practices or violation of any of the terms & conditions of the registration by the consultant, specified herein.

·        The Consultant shall be obliged to submit yearly work report pertaining to their overall activity, including relevant work done by them privately or under MPUVN/BEE etc.

·        The Empanelled Consultant shall be required to conduct some work in a financial year.

·        Motivation and identification of prospective clients/industries will be the sole responsibility of the consultants.

·        The Empanelled Consultant shall be required to monitor & report post-audit implementation work in the industry audited by them.

·        The Empanelled Consultant shall abide by the scope of work and the terms & conditions of the Energy Audit / management program.

·        The Empanelled Consultant shall be required to participate in major meetings/ workshops convened by MPUVN Ltd.

·        MPUVN will allot / award the work through a transparent method to selected consultants, which will be notified separately.  

          Payment Terms 

           The payment will be made after the completion of the Energy Audit work subject to:

·        Presentation is made before the client department

·        Report is duly accepted by the client department

 

            Payment will be made as per terms and conditions described

·                    The Client department will pay

1.      90% of the contract value to the Energy Auditor

2.      Remaining 10% to MPUVN for the technical assistance rendered

·                    TDS etc. will be deducted at source as applicable.

·                    In case the Consultant fails to execute the work (study) as per the time frame given in the work order a penalty of 1% of the total contract Value per week or part thereof & subject to maximum up to 10% of the total contract Value.  

The Energy auditor shall submit the bills in triplicate. (Bills should clearly indicate the component of service tax in the billing amount & an undertaking that they have deposited or will deposit the service tax as per government norms) 

     Energy Audit Fee

A fixed non-negotiable lump sum fee of Rs 25000 /- shall be paid for Energy Audit work in establishments having annual electricity bill of less than or equal to Rs 25.0 lakh.

For establishments having annual electricity bill of more than Rs 25.0 lakh, Energy Audit fee shall be 1% of the actual annual electricity bill. 

SCOPE OF INVESTMENT GRADE ENERGY AUDIT

The scope of the work includes a detail study for energy conservation options of various energy sources like Electricity, gas, Fuel oil etc. in the building and recommends actions for reducing the same and promotion of renewable energy sources in the buildings subject to requirement and suitability constraint.

The broad scope of the study will be as per the following.

1.         View of present electricity, gas fuel oil etc. & estimation of energy        consumption in various load canters like lighting, Air-Conditioning,

              Water Pumping etc.

a)         Electrical Distribution System

b)         Lighting System

c)         Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning System (HVAC system)

d)        Diesel Generator (DG) Sets (if any)

e)         Water Pumping System

f)          Thermic Fluid Heaters / Boilers (if any)

g)         Motor Load Survey

h)         Energy Monitoring & Accounting System

    a) Electrical Distribution System

      i. Review of present electrical distribution like Single Line Diagram (SLD),     transformer loading, cable loading, normal & emergency loads, electricity distribution in various areas / floors etc. (please give  consumption history in tabular form)

       ii. Study of Reactive Power Management and option for power factor improvement.

        iii. Study of power quality issues like Harmonics, current unbalance, voltage unbalance etc,

       iv. Exploring the Energy Conservation options in electrical distribution system.

       b) Lighting System

          i.   Review of present lighting system, lighting inventories etc.

         ii.  Estimation of lighting load at various locations like different floors, outside (campus) light, pump house and other important locations.

        iii. Detail lux level survey at various locations and comparison with acceptable standards.

        iv. Study of present lighting control system and recommendation for improvement.

         v.  Analysis of lighting performance indices like Lux/m, lux/watt, lux/watt/m and comparison with norms of high rise buildings.

        vi.  Exploring the Energy Conservation Options in lighting system. 

      c) Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning System (HVAC system)

            i. Review of present HVAC system like central AC, window AC, split AC; package AC, Water Coolers, and Air Heaters etc.

            ii. Performance assessment of window AC, Split AC and Package AC system.

           ii. Performance Assessment of Chillers, Cooling Towers, Air Handling Units (AHUs) and cold insulation system of central AC.

          iv. Analysis of HVAC Performance like estimation of Energy Efficiency  Ratio (EER i.e. KW/TR), Specific Energy Consumption (SEC) of Chilled Water Pumps, Condenser Water Pumps, AHUs etc and comparison of The operating data with the design data.

           v. Exploring the Energy Conservation Options in HVAC system. 

     d) Diesel Generator (DG) Sets (if any)

         i. Review of DG set operation

         ii. Performance Assessment of DG sets in terms of Specific Fuel

          Consumption (SFC i.e. KWH/Liter),

         iii. Exploring the Energy Conservation Options (ENCON) in DG Sets.

         iv. details of the running of the DG sets. 

     e) Water Pumping System

        i. Review of water pumping, storage and distribution systems.

         ii. Performance assessment of all major water pumps i.e. power consumption vs. flow delivered, estimation of pump efficiency etc.

        iii. Exploring the Energy Conservation Options (ENCON) in Water Pumping System. 

   f) Thermic Fluid Heaters / Boilers (if any)

         i. Performance assessment of hot water generators or Thermic fluid heaters like estimation of efficiency etc.

        ii. Exploring the Energy Conservation ENCON options in this systems 

     g) Motor Load Survey

          i. Conducting the motor load survey of all drives to estimate the % loading.

         ii. Exploring the Energy Conservation ENCON options in electric drive system. 

    h) Energy Monitoring & Accounting System

      a. Detail review of present energy monitoring & accounting system in terms of metering, record keeping, data logging, periodic performance analysis etc.

      b. Recommend for effective energy monitoring &  accounting system.

   i) Others

·       Review of present maintenance practice, data recording practices, general awareness practices, replacement policies and building safety practices as applicable to high rising buildings and recommend for improvements.

·        Consider Promotion of renewable energy based systems subject to requirement and suitability constraint.

·        Any other systems/ gadgets etc. that is to be analysed for energy conservation point of view.

·        Etc. 

Ø      Cost-Benefit Analysis of each ENERGY CONSERVATION (ENCON) options indicating simple pay back period, return on investment (ROI), internal rate of return (IRR).

Ø      Preparation of Project Report and submission of the same to SDA/Building owner.

2.         Recommendations

(a)               List of options in terms of No cost

(b)               List of options in terms of Low Cost, Annual Energy & Cost savings, and payback with all relevant details.

(c)                List of options in terms of Medium cost and high Investment Cost, Annual Energy & Cost savings, and payback with all relevant

                    details.  

Recommendations shall also include Implementation plan for energy saving measures/Projects; General House keeping tips and Performa for monthly reporting of energy savings / action taken for energy conservation by the beneficiary to MPUVN. 

3.         MAJOR DELIVERABLES IN THE PROJECT REPORT

           The Report should essentially contain the following information:

·        Methodology adopted for the study.

·        Executive Summary with brief details of the recommendations & payback period

·        Introduction (shall comprises of the contact person and building details etc. )

·        Present energy scenario of the building.

·        Detail analysis of the data obtained through field survey, trial measurements by portable gadgets, discussion with concerned personnel etc. for part 1(a) to (i)

·        Recommendations for energy saving options in all possible areas with cost-benefit analysis for part 1(a) to (i).

·        Technical Specifications for any retrofit options,

·        List of suppliers / manufacturers of energy efficient technologies

·        Ready to use bidding document for implementation of Energy efficiency measures in the building for recommendation part 2 (b) & (c)

            4.         Complétion certificate

 

 

Ref: order vide no: --------------------------------------------------------dated:----------

 

It is certified that the Investment grade Energy Audits of -------------------------------------------------------------(name of the building with address) has been completed during (date) ---------------------to ------------------------            

and we are satisfied with the contents of the report.

 

 

Name of the CEA

(on behalf of M/s ----------------------------------------------------------------)

 

 

 

Sign. of CEA:

Registration Number of CEA:                                      

  We acknowledge the facts given above and have received a copy of the Investment grade Energy Audits report for further action. We will implement the energy conservation measures as suggested in the report.

Name of the concerned officer of the Building:

with seal

tel no:

Signature :

Date:

 

 5.         SUMMARY OF THE REPORT

                 Name of the Building:                                                        City:

                                    Table 1: Building Information and Energy Data (to be kept Confidential)

 

Primary Data

Year: 2008-09 /2009-10

No.

Item

Details

1

Connected load(kW) or Contract Demand(kVA)

 

2

Installed capacity;DG/GG Sets(kVA or KW)

 

3

a)Annual Electricity Consumption, purchased from Utilities (kWh)

 

b)Annual Electricity Consumption, through Diesel Generating(DG)/Gas Generating(GG)Set(s)(kWh)

 

c)Total Annual Electricity Consumption, Utilities+DG/GG Sets(kWh)

 

4

a)Annual cost of Electricity, purchased from Utilities(Rs.)

 

b)Annual cost of Electricity generated through DG/GG Sets(Rs.)

 

c)Total Annual Electricity Cost, Utilities+DG/GG Sets(Rs.)

 

5

Area of the

Building

(exclude

Parking, lawn,

Roads, etc.)

a)Built Up Area (sq.ft.or sq.m.)

 

b)Total Carpet Area(sq.ft.or sq.m.)

  • Conditioned Area
  • Non Conditioned Area

c)Non-active Carpet Area*(sq.ft.or sq.m.)

6

No. of Floors in the building

 

7

Working hours (e.g. day working/24 hour working)

 

8

Working days/week(e.g.5/6/7 days per week)

 

9

a) Office

Total No. of Employees

 

Average no.of persons at any time in office

b) Hotel

No. of Guest Rooms

Guest Overnights in the year(% Occupancy)

c) Hospital

No. of Patient Beds

Patients Overnights in the year

 (% occupancy)

10

Installed capacity of Air Conditioning System

a)Centralized AC Plant (TR)

 

b)Window AC?s (TR)

c)Split ACs (TR)

d)Total AC Load (TR)

11

Installed lighting load (kW)

 

12

Water consumption

In the building

Water consumption in the year (exclude consumption for garden, lawn, etc.)(kilo liters)

 

Estimated Hot water  consumption in the year (kilo liters)

13

No. of operating computers in the building

a) Desktop

 

b)Laptop

14

Whether sub-metering of electricity consumption for Air Conditioning, Lighting, Plug Loads, etc. done: Yes/No

 

15

HSD (or any other fuel oil used, specify)/Gas Consumption in DG/GG Sets (liters/cu.meters) in the year

 

16

Fuel (e.g. FO, LDO, LPG, NG) used for generating steam/water heating in the year (in appropriate units)

 

         

*Portion of Total Carpet Area (e.g. auditorium, seminar halls, large conference rooms, etc.) which is not used actively on daily/regular basis and normally AC systems/lights are kept switched off.

   

 1-District label Contact

2-DREO & Consultant list

3-Govt_Data

4-MadhyaPradesh-DC

5-TENTATIVE MAJOR CONTENTS OF REPORT

6-Consultent Empenelment with MPUVN

7-Consultant empanelment with MPUVN