CHANDIGARH, 30thJanuary:Only when the industries would focus on green energy systems and work on environment sustainability can the planet stay in the pink of health. In this backdrop a two day training programme on Energy Efficient System and Environmental Sustainabilitywasinaugurated here today.
Not just environment sustainability, using energy efficient systems in production can help companies maximise profits. Experienced Energy Auditors, Certified by Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, Government of India, who conducted the training programme said that cutting down on costs is the easiest and the fastest way to multiply earnings. Also, with the on-going economic downturn, an enterprise can better position itself by reducing costs and maximizing margins.
Participants from companies like Cadbury India Limited, Godrej, Hindustan Unilever Limited, Jindal Stainless Steel, John Deere, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Max India Ltd, P & G Gillette India Limited, Punjab State Council for Science & Technology, TVS Motor company Limited, USV Limited attended the programme.
Mr. Sanjay Namdeo, Senior Counselor said CII has been handholding counselling
Advanced air piping systems were deliberated upon during the workshop. Best industrial practice demands that the wastage of compressed air should be minimized. The major losses in the compressed air system are due to the leaks, pressure drops in the lines and misuse of compressed air. Unique products made of non – corrodible materials and that using O – ring tightness technology that help in minimizing such losses were showcased during the event.
During the day insight into the latest trends in the Energy Management were also shared by experts. The importance of the use of Energy Efficient motors in the industry was also underscored. A lot of industries at present are using old inefficient and ‘rewinded’ motors which cause more power consumption. This can be minimized by using energy efficient motors. During the presentation the latest IE standards, testing methods, construction features and case studies were discussed.
Day two of the programme will focus on thermal energy conservation and the role of energy managers to sustain the energy management initiatives in their respective plants.