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National Energy Conservation Awards 2010_Questionnaire for Hotel and Hospitals

NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD – 2010

HOTEL AND HOSPITAL BUILDINGS

Award for Excellence in Energy Conservation and Management

OBJECTIVE

The objective of the scheme is to give national recognition to the management of Hotel and Hospital buildings who have made systematic and serious attempts for efficient utilization and conservation of energy during the years 2008 -09 and 2009 -10.

THE AWARDS

First and second prizes are proposed to be given to the management of nominated hotel and hospital buildings in the form of a Silver Plaque with appropriate citation on such awards as may be decided by the Ministry of Power. The performance of the nominated hotel and hospital buildings would be judged through a questionnaire (format enclosed) which would be evaluated by an Award Committee.

A Hotel and Hospitals buildings getting the First Position for the third year in a row will be eligible for a “Top Rank Award” for that year. The Hotel and Hospital building eligible for Top Rank Award for 3rd year in a row would be given the highest prize, namely “Excellence Award” (Instead of Top Rank Award) in recognition of its consistent performance.

ELIGIBILITY

The scheme is open to all HOTEL AND HOSPITAL buildings, which are having connected load of 200 kW and above (Office Buildings to submit their applications separately under National Energy Conservation Award Scheme for Office Buildings – 2010).

Criteria for Judging Merit

a) Evaluation of the nominations will be done in two phases, based on the Evaluation and Weightage criteria as given in Annexure-A

b) In the first phase, evaluation will be made on the basis of the preliminary information, as required in Part – I and the best 10% of the participating buildings (subject to minimum of 4 buildings) from each sector would be short listed.

c) These shortlisted buildings would then have to submit the details of the savings made and the projects implemented, as required in Part-II within 8 days from the date of intimation by BEE.

d) The members of the Award Committee or their nominees may visit participating hotel and hospital buildings for verification of data supplied, if felt necessary and it will be obligatory on the part of the participating buildings to provide necessary
co-operation. The management of the hotel and hospital buildings has to bear all the expenditure in this connection.

e) The Committee’s decision would be final and no appeal would be entertained.

Instructions for Filling up the ‘Award Questionnaire’

a) The data required for the questionnaire pertains to the accounting years 2008-09 & 2009-10. If calendar year is the accounting year, then data should pertain to the years 2008 and 2009

b) The enclosed questionnaire is only a format and thus information sought should be separately computer printed or neatly typed or to be downloaded from the Bureau’s Website: www.bee-india.nic.in and www.energymanagertraining.com

c) The answers to the questions should be precise and specific and should be

supplied in total compliance with the questionnaire format. The deviations

may lead to improper evaluation or the rejection of the nomination.

d) The information sought under any head should be highlighted under the same and no separate annexure should be attached.

e) Each and every query mentioned in the questionnaire needs to be answered. Even, if answer is ‘NO’ or `NOT APPLICABLE’ the same may be stated, instead of ignoring it.

f) The questionnaire should be filled in by a competent and responsible person of the company. He/ she should be fully conversant with the energy terms and units, conversion / multiplying factors etc. The duly filled-in questionnaire should be signed by the Chief Executive of the hotel/hospital.

Submission of nomination

The filled in Questionnaires should reach the office of

Director General

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan

R. K. Puram, New Delhi-110 066

Tel. No.: 011-2617 9699 (5 lines)

Fax No.: 011- 2617 8328, 2617 8352

Latest by 20th October, 2010

Note:

1. The current year’s Questionnaire is a revised version and contains some changes at appropriate places. Therefore, please do not use the last year’s Questionnaire while submitting your application for consideration of Award

2. You may download the Questionnaire from www.bee-india.nic.in & www.energymanagertraining.com.

3. The filled in application can also be e–mailed at awards@beenet.in followed by submission of duly signed hard copy by post at BEE office address.

Part 1 (To be submitted by 20th October 2010)
NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD – 2010
HOTEL AND HOSPITAL BUILDINGS
“Award Questionnaire”
Note: Hotel and Hospital Buildings having connected load of 200 kW and above are eligible to participate in the Award Scheme
Sl. No General Description
1 Name of the organization owning and maintaining the nominated Hotel/Hospital building
2 Specific name of the nominated Hotel/ Hospital building
3 Year of commencement of the commercial activities in the building
4 Complete address of Hotel/ Hospital building’s location (including Chief Executive’s name & designation) with telephone, fax nos., E-Mail and Mobile nos.
(All details to be submitted)
5 Name, designation, address, telephone, mobile,fax nos. & E-Mail of responsible person who could be contacted in connection with the application for Award
(All details to be submitted)
6 Description of the Hotel/Hospital Building and Connected Load (kW)
6 (a)

Building Status (Please tick appropriate box) Stand alone building Part of a building complex

6 (b) No. of storeys ______
6 (c) Hotel/ Hospital Building Area and Connected Load 2008 – 09 2009 – 10
(i) Total Built up Area (in m2)
(ii) Air-conditioned area (in m2)
(iii) Non-Airconditioned area (in m2)
(iv) Total Connected Load ( in kW)
6 (d) Building contract demand with electric utility company (kVA)
6 (e) Average power factor for the period
6 (f) Building operating hours/ Year
6 (g) No. of Rooms in Hotel OR No. of Beds in Hospital
7 Energy (Electricity & Fuels) Consumption in the Hotel/Hospital Building
Energy used Units 2008 – 09 2009 – 10
7 (A) Electricity Consumption
(a) Electricity Purchased Lakh kWh
(b) Self generated (DG Set) Lakh kWh
(c) Total Electricity Consumption (a+b) Lakh kWh
(d) Total electricity consumption/ Total built-up area (in kWh/m2) =7 (A) (c) x 105 kWh/m2
6 (c) (i)
(e) Total electricity consumption/ room or bed (in kWh) =7 (A) (c) kWh
6 (g)
Energy used Units Gross Calorific Value( use appropriate units like kCal/kg, kCal/litrer, kCal/m3) 2008 – 09 2009 – 10
7 (B) Fuels
(a) Furnace Oil/ LDO/ HSD (It should NOT include fuel used for self-generation of electricity) kilo litres (kL)
(b) LPG kg
(c) Natural Gas /CNG Lakh m3
(d) Any other fuel Specify unit
(e) Total thermal energy consumption in building (Million kCal, MkCal)
{(a)* GCV(a) + (b)*GCV (b) + (c)*GCV (c) + (d)*GCV (d) }
(f) Total built up area of building in m2
S. No. 6 (c) (i)
(g) Total thermal energy consumption/ Total built-up area (in Million kCal / m2)
7 B (e)
7 B (f)
8 Achievement of energy savings from implementation of new Energy Efficiency Projects during the year 2009-10 (The energy savings achieved shall only from the projects which have been implemented during 2009-10)
Year Annual Electricity Savings
(Lakh kWh)
Annual Fuel Savings
Coal
(Metric Tonnes)
FO/LSHS/HSD/RFO
( kL)
Gas
(Lakh m3)
Total
(MkCal)
2009-10
Year Annual Energy Savings in
Rs. Lakhs
One time Investment in
Rs. Lakhs
2009-10
9 Summary
Please summarize the information and data provided in this questionnaire as per the format given below:
NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD –2010
HOTELS AND HOSPITALS
SUMMARY SHEET

Building Name ………………………………………………

Sub-Sector(Hotel/Hospital) ……………………..
9a. Specific Energy Consumption (SEC) Reduction during the period 2008 – 2010
(S.No. 7 A (d) & 7 B (g))
Year Total electricity consumption/ Total built-up area (kWh/m2) % Reduction over
2008 – 2009
Total Thermal Energy Consumption/ Total built-up area (Million kCal/m2) % Reduction over
2008 – 2009
2008 – 2009
2009 – 2010
9b. Absolute Savings
Elect. Saving (Lakh kWh) in
2009-10
Thermal (Fuel) Saving (Million kCal) in
2009-10
Elect.Consumption
(lakh kWh) in
2008-09 (7A (c ))
Thermal (Fuel) Consumption (Million kCal) in
2008-09 (7 B (e))
% Elect.Saving (savings achieved/ electricity consumption of previous year) % Thermal (Fuel) Saving (savings achieved/ thermal energy consumption of previous year)
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) / (iii) x 100 (ii)/ ( iv) x 100
1 Name of the Hotel / Hospital
2 The Sector* to which unit’s nomination should be considered
3 (a) Complete address of Hotel /Hospital location (including Chief Executive’s name & designation) with mobile,telephone,fax nos. & e-mail
3 (b) Year of Establishment
4 Name, designation, address, mobile, telephone, fax nos. & e-mail of responsible person who could be contacted in connection with the application for Award
5 Please provide details in the following format on major energy efficiency improvement projects/ measures including in-house R&D efforts, technology innovation, energy substitution and renewable energy systems commissioned during the year 2009-2010 giving energy savings achieved. (please also fill-up the Part II – Annexure for the Energy Conservation Measures implemented during the year 2009-2010).
Year of Commissioning of the projects Project description Achievement of Annual energy savings in 2009-10 Investment incurred on the project Rs. Lakhs)
Electricity Fuels* Total savings in (Rs. Lakhs)
(Lakhs kWh) Coal (tonnes) F.Oil (kL) Gas (lakhs Nm3) Total (fuel) in MkCal)
(i) Please list the projects title names which were implemented during the year (ii) Please mention the achievement of energy saving against each projects in the suitable columns.
2009-2010
* Delete or add fuels as the case may be
1 ENERGY SAVINGS – Electrical and Thermal (10 marks)
i Electrical Energy (EE) savings in 2009-10
% Saving in EE over the previous year 2008-09
ii Thermal energy savings in 2009-10 (10 marks)
% Saving in Thermal Energy over the previous year 2008-09
2 SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION
i % reduction in Electric energy consumption/Total built-up area during 2009-10 over 2008-09 (10 marks)
ii % reduction in Thermal energy consumption/Total built-up area during 2009-10 over 2008-09 (10 marks)
3 % reduction in Total energy/built-up area comparison with the best reported values among the participating buildings

NOTE: 1. The above evaluation and weightage criteria is common for all the Hotels and Hospitals buildings. If due to some peculiar characteristics of the participating sectors, the application of the above criteria may not be feasible.Therefore, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the criteria, which shall be uniformly applied to all the participating buildings in that particular sector.
2. The distribution of weightage between specific electrical and thermal energy consumption reduction may be modified for a particular sector by the Award Committee
3. For those particular sector, where it is not feasible to compare SEC with best reported value, 50% of the weightage may be merged with S.No.-2 and the balance 50% with S.No.-1
4. The Hotels and Hospitals having negative specific energy consumption reduction shall
not be considered for the award
5. For all the evaluation criteria, if the difference between the first and second building in the particular criteria is more than 10% in the percentage score, then the second best building will be awarded 20% less marks than that of the first unit and prorate will start from that building onward. Similarly, if the difference between second and third building is also found to be more than 10% the above methodology will be followed till the completion of the evaluation criteria of all the units
6. If it is found that for a particular building, % SEC reduction is exceptionally high mainly due to increased build up arae or for any other reasons and is affecting the weightage of other buildings, Award Committee reserves the right to modify the Evaluation & Weightage criteria for that building.

(10 marks)

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