Energy Efficiency & Cost Savings

Energy Efficiency & Cost Savings

Energy efficiency can be attained in homes, businesses and different modes of transportation through efficient use of energy. This entails minimum usage of energy sources to provide the same level of energy service similar to the fossil fuels generated energy. Fossil fuels such as coal, crude oil and natural gas are predominantly used for generating electricity further used for lighting, heating / cooling and industrial production that emit greenhouse gases (GHG) such as carbondioxide, methane, etc. GHG can have harmful effects on environment and life in general due to which energy efficient methods are considered to reduce GHG emissions and have been adopted in across countries including India. Energy efficient methods are also considered to improve productivity of various appliances and equipments in residential, commercial and industrial institutions.

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BEE and GTZ have implemented this portal for energy mangers and energy auditors to facilitate the operationalisation of the regulations contained in the Energy Conservation Act. The portal's objectives are to facilitate dialogue among stakeholders, entertain public opinion and assist in implementation of the provisions of the Energy Conservation Act.

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