Power & Energy

10
Nov
2020

10-11-2020 - 13-11-2020
Rs.7,080.00

Introduction

World over, there is an increased awareness of the need to curb consumption and adopt a climate-friendly and cleaner path while on the road to economic development. As a step towards this goal, the Government of India promulgated the Energy Conservation Act in the year 2001 which was followed by a release of the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) in the year 2008. PAT Scheme was introduced in the year 2012. Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) mechanism, implemented by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), is one of the flagship programme of the Government of India for initiating energy efficiency measures for the Indian Industries. PAT scheme is a regulatory instrument to reduce specific energy consumption in energy-intensive industries, with an associated market-based mechanism to enhance the cost-effectiveness through certification of excess energy saving which can be traded. In the first PAT cycle, this scheme covered the Designated Consumers i.e. Iron and Steel, Thermal Power Plants, Cement, Aluminium, Pulp and Paper, Textiles, Chlor-Alkali, Fertilisers, Refineries, DISCOMS, Railways. Penalties were applicable for the designated consumers who did not achieve the targets given by BEE. The first PAT cycle (2012-13 to 2014-15) realized a savings of 8.67 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent (MTOE). This translates into avoiding about 31 million tonnes of Co2 emission. The second PAT cycle (2016-17 to 2018-19) is expected to achieve an energy consumption reduction of 8.86 MTOE. PAT Cycle-III (2017-18 to 2019-20) is proposed on a rolling basis effective from 1st April 2017. Pat Cycle –IV was notified in March 2018 for the period 2018- 19 to 2020-21 and PAT Cycle =V was notified in March 2019 for the period 2019- 20 to 2021-22. There are a lot of mandates and documentation required, which are statuary as a part of the scheme. There is a need to train various Stakeholders to meet the mandatory requirements. This program, therefore, aims to train the participants of the above target industries, academic institutes and consultants on the requirements under the PAT Mechanism.

Rs.7,080.00 100
24
Nov
2020

24-11-2020 - 27-11-2020
Rs.7,080.00

Introduction

Power distribution reform is widely viewed today as fundamental to improve commercial performance and the financial viability of the power sector in India. In the new environment, the power utilities are looking to change their business structures to meet the challenge of deregulation, growing competition, effect of new technologies and climate impact. Electrical Power Engineers in the utilities will therefore be distinguished by their ability to adopt safety procedures during operation and maintenance. Timely and proper first aid could save several lives of their own colleagues

Rs.7,080.00 99
08
Dec
2020

08-12-2020 - 11-12-2020
Rs.7,080.00

Introduction

The major difficulty faced by the Indian Power Utilities today is the menace of high T&D losses. Further, the Indian Power System is characterized by generation capacity shortages, ever-increasing demand for energy utilization leading to poor operational efficiency. Unless the Electric utilities adopt more efficient techniques for the energy management system and for the reduction of Technical and Commercial Losses there is little hope of running them efficiently at reasonable cost. System improvements are to be carried out by the introduction of new technologies in different areas and reducing the losses by accurate assessment of the losses by innovative methods. The aim of providing quality power at an affordable cost to the consumer only remains a slogan until the T&D losses are fully contained. In the new environment, the power utilities are looking to change their business structures to meet the challenge through the use of new technologies in revenue management and loss reduction.

Rs.7,080.00 100
15
Dec
2020

15-12-2020 - 18-12-2020
Rs.7,080.00

Introduction

Solar power in India is a fast developing industry. The country's solar installed capacity reached 37.627 GW as of 31 March 2020. India has the lowest capital cost per MW globally to install solar power plants. The Indian government had an initial target of 20 GW capacity for 2022, which was achieved four years ahead of schedule. In 2015 the target was raised to 100 GW of solar capacity by 2022. India has established nearly 42 solar parks to make land available to the promoters of solar plants. In the decade ending on 31 March 2020, India expanded its installed solar power capacity by 233 times from 161 MW to 37,627 MW.This huge annual growth of Indian Solar Power along with technological advancements and sophistication resulted in the demand for trained manpower. The knowledge acquired from various sources provides a basic foundation, which needs to be supplemented with the development of Skills related to Solar Energy. Out of the 100 GW, the Government of India has set a target of 40 GW installations of Rooftop Systems in the country by 2022. This calls for the availability of trained manpower for design, installation, Operation & Maintenance of Rooftop Systems. In this regard, ESCI has launched a 4-half day Rooftop Grid Engineer Skill Development program through online training.

Rs.7,080.00 100
28
Dec
2020

28-12-2020 - 31-12-2020
Rs.7,080.00

Introduction

With the Indian economy growing year by year, the target of providing reliable power supply to consumers becoming increasingly important. To meet the challenge, new distribution substations are being added to, and distribution networks are continuously being strengthened. The Distribution Transformer and Circuit breakers are some of the most important and vital assets in a substation. Reliability and Availability of such assets plays an important role in the operation of a Substation. Emphasis needs to be laid on Testing, Commissioning and Protection of such assets for Long life as well as reliable operation. The review of the protection philosophy further improves the performance of the system. Apart from basic lapses during designing and manufacturing of types of equipment, the major causes of failures of equipment are the incorrect process and procedures followed during erection and commissioning. Forced tripping of transformers not only inconvenience to the customers but also revenue loss to Discom. This training program would cover the existing knowledge gap on this subject and help practicing engineers in the Distribution sector as well as consultants, students in the technical institution in enhancing their technical skills.

Rs.7,080.00 100