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Mandatory Energy Audit (MEA) Under PAT

The basic objectives of the studies shall be to conduct energy audit by an accredited energy auditor, in accordance with the Bureau of Energy Efficiency Regulations, 2010 and furnish the report meeting all the mandatory requirements as stipulated in the regulations.

The Mandatory Energy Audit is conducted as per the BEE requirements and cover

1.Production process description
i.Brief description of manufacturing process
ii.Process flow diagram and major unit operations
iii.Major raw material inputs, quantity & costs

2.Energy & utility system description
i.List of utilities
ii.Brief description of utility
d.Compressed Air
e.Chilled Water
f.Cooling Water

3.Detail process flow diagram and Energy & Material Balance
i.Flow Chart showing flow rate, temperature & pressure of all input / output streams
ii.Water balance for entire industry
iii.Energy balance of the designated consumer in tabular form

4.Performance evaluation of major utility and process equipments / systems

i.List of equipments & processes where performance testing was done
ii.Results of performance testing

5.Energy efficiency in utility and process system
i.Specific Energy Consumption
ii.Boiler Efficiency Assessment
iii.Thermic fluid heater performance assessment
iv.Furnace / kiln efficiency analysis
v.Cooling water system performance assessment
vi.Diesel generator set performance assessment
vii.Refrigeration system performance assessment
viii.Compressed air system performance assessment
ix.Electrical motor load analysis
x.Lighting system

6.Evaluation of energy management system
i.Energy management policy
ii.Energy management monitoring system
iv.Development and establishment of procedure include energy efficiency possibilities
v.Training of staff responsible for operational & associated processes vi.General audit review vii.Conform to acts, rules and regulations framed thereunder viii.Strength and weakness of the designated consumer

7.Energy conservations measures & recommendations management system
i.The report shall provide existing energy profile of the designated consumer with percentage share of major equipments, process, utilities so that it becomes a basic document for future monitoring
ii.Details of energy conservation measures recommended in Form 2
iii.Cost benefit analysis of each recommended energy saving measures as per the standard practice
iv.The investment proposals shall be backed with technical and economic viability and prioritization on energy conservation measures based on financial analysis of various options taking in to account the capacity of the designated consumer to make investment in such measures.
v.The energy auditor may also consider the substitutions of existing energy use by any other form of techno-commercially viable form of energy
vi.Details of energy saving measures implemented, investment made and saving in energy achieved together with progress made in the implementation of the remaining energy saving measures in Form 3.

The report shall be prepared in the required formats and as per the guidelines and duly signed by an Accredited Energy Auditor.