India’s growing consumer appliance market is increasingly adding to the demand for energy. Energy efficiency and conservation practices for home appliances and industrial equipment can help reduce energy consumption, emissions and energy cost burden. India has introduced important policy measures to promote energy efficiency in appliances. One of these is the Standards and Labeling programme (S&L), which has significant potential for energy demand reduction and consumer cost savings. Shakti Sustainable  Energy Foundation (Shakti) is working in support of this programme by aiding activities that strengthen standard setting, program implementation, and monitoring and verification. Shakti is also working to catalyze efforts to help transform the appliances market to one that is largely led by energy efficient appliances.

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A Strengthened Compliance Process for India's Standards and Labeling Programme

Sector: Energy Efficiency Undertaken By : PricewaterhouseCoopers Year: 2016

The Standards and Labelling programme is a key energy efficiency initiative administered by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency. Currently, there are 21 labelled products, and the adoption of these products has led to significant energy savings so far. State Designated Agencies are mandated to play a key role in the implementation of the Standards and...Read more

Energy Efficiency Based Public Procurement Guidelines for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Equipment

Sector: Energy Efficiency Undertaken By : Manufactures Association of Information Technology Year: 2016

In 2014, IT equipment in government establishments and Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) consumed approximately 2.2 billion kWh. This is expected to increase to 2.36 billion kWh in FY19. It is estimated that the procurement of energy efficient IT equipment can generate a cumulative energy savings potential of 1.55 -2.85 billion kWh, which is...Read more

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