Pranat Engineers Pvt. Ltd. is empanelled with Bureau of Energy Efficiency and Energy Efficiency Services Limited for providing assistance in 5 sectors i.e. Textile, Iron & Steel, Cement, Thermal Power Plant, Pulp & Paper under Performer Achieve & Trade program.
Pranat Engineers Pvt. Ltd. is assisting Designated consumers of India of various sectors under Perform Achieve and Trade program by establishing the PAT Baseline, Measurement &Check Verification and Mandatory Energy Audit.
Pranat Engineers Pvt. Ltd. had successfully delivered our services to India’s prestigious groups of India. i.e. Nahar Group of Industries, Vardhman Yarns, Bhushan Steels, Star Paper Mill Ltd., Arvind Ltd., Mafatlal Group, Aditya Brila Group, Rajasthan Textile Mills, Chenab Textile Mills etc.
About Performa Achieve Trade (PAT)
The Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) is an innovative, market-based trading scheme announced by the Indian Government in 2008 under its National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE) in National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC). It aims to improve energy efficiency in industries by trading in energy efficiency certificates in energy-intensive sectors. The 2010 amendment to the Energy Conservation Act (ECA) provides a legal mandate to PAT. Participation in the scheme is mandatory for Designated Consumers under the ECA. It is being administered by the BEE that sets mandatory, specific targets for energy consumption for larger, energy-intensive facilities. The PAT Scheme is being implemented in three phases- the first phase runs from 2012-2015 covering 478 facilities from eight energy-intensive sectors, namely aluminum, cement, chor-alkali, fertilizer, iron and steel, pulp and paper, textiles and thermal power plants. This accounts for roughly 60% of India’s total primary energy consumption.It targets energy consumption reductions of 6.6 million tons of oil equivalent in the 478 covered facilities.
The scheme imposes mandatory specific energy consumption targets on the covered facilities with less energy efficient facilities having a greater reduction target than the more energy efficient ones.. A facility’s baseline is determined by its historic specific energy consumption between 2007-2010. Facilities making greater reductions than their targets receive “EsCerts” or “energy saving certificates” which can be traded with facilities that are having trouble meeting their targets, or banked for future use. The PAT scheme establishes plant-specific targets rather than a sectorial target, with the average reduction target being 4.8% that is to be achieved by the end of the first phase (2015).