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Transforming
the Energy Services
Sector in India
Towards a Billion Dollar
ESCO Market

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Suggested citation: Kumar, S., Kumar, N., Cherail, K., Setty, S., Yadav, N., Goenka, A. (2017). Transforming the
Energy Services Sector in India – Towards a Billion Dollar ESCO Market. New Delhi: Alliance for an Energy Efficient
Economy.

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ECM Description of ECM and drivers
Sectors of relevance
(based on market
potential)

Capability of ESCOs
- Needed
- available

Vendor Mapping

Energy Efficient
Motors

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as pumps or fans or
VFDs

- Replacement of old inefficient motors with newer energy efficient motors leads to reduction in energy
input required for the drive

- Energy Savings of up to 15%, payback period 12-24 months. Capital efficiency is moderate

- Stoppage time is minimal which could vary from 1 hr to 3 hrs. If a standby equipment is available, then
no stoppage will be required

- Energy efficient motors are globally prevalent but the latest class IE4 and IE5 motors are not as well
prevalent in India

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- There are no concerns on measurability, implementation or getting buy-in from the decision makers

- Shared savings model is used by majority of the ESCOs

Among PAT sectors:
Iron and Steel

Among Non PAT
sectors: Automobile

Capability needed

- Low level of technical expertise is required

- Can be easily implemented by Consultant ESCOs, Vendor
ESCOs as well as General ESCOs

- Can be implemented by equipment reseller as well
manufacturer

Capability Available

- 1 surveyed ESCO- ENCON Energy management services
offer the technology.

- ESCOs implementing are small companies

- Number of Vendors is high but that of ESCOs is low

- Shah Enterprises

- The General

- Electric Agency

- Bharat Bijlee

Energy Efficient
Compressors

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as motors or metering
systems

- Replacement of old inefficient compressor with an energy efficient compressor leads to energy savings

- Energy Savings of up to 20%, payback period of 12-18 months. Capital efficiency is moderate

- Stoppage time for the plant is very minimal and may not be required at all in case of standby
arrangement

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- There are no concerns on measurability, implementation or getting buy-in from the decision makers

- Shared savings model is used by majority of the ESCOs

Among PAT sectors:
Cement and Iron and
Steel

Among Non PAT
sectors: Automobile

Capability needed

- Low level of technical expertise is required but a high
expertise with metering is helpful for optimization
projects

- Can be implemented by equipment reseller as well
manufacturer

Capability Available

- 1 surveyed ESCO- ENCON Energy management services
offers the technology.

- Surveyed ESCO is a small company

- Atlas Copco

- Parker Hannifin

- Group/ Legris

- ARS Engineering Pvt. Ltd

- Shah Enterprises

- Hitachi Industrial Equipment
Systems Co. Ltd.

- Pecma Air Systems Pvt. Ltd.

Energy Efficient
Lighting

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as building
management systems

- The ECM involves replacing the existing lighting with energy efficient LEDs which provide the
desirable levels of lighting

- Energy Savings is 40%, payback period is 6 months to 8 months.

- Capital efficiency is moderate

- Plant Stoppage is generally not required

- Highly prevalent globally and in India

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- Getting management buy-in is also not very difficult as it is an established technology

- Shared savings is the most common model for implementation

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ECM Description of ECM and drivers
Sectors of relevance
(based on market
potential)

Capability of ESCOs
- Needed
- available

Vendor Mapping

Energy Efficient
Motors

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as pumps or fans or
VFDs

- Replacement of old inefficient motors with newer energy efficient motors leads to reduction in energy
input required for the drive

- Energy Savings of up to 15%, payback period 12-24 months. Capital efficiency is moderate

- Stoppage time is minimal which could vary from 1 hr to 3 hrs. If a standby equipment is available, then
no stoppage will be required

- Energy efficient motors are globally prevalent but the latest class IE4 and IE5 motors are not as well
prevalent in India

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- There are no concerns on measurability, implementation or getting buy-in from the decision makers

- Shared savings model is used by majority of the ESCOs

Among PAT sectors:
Iron and Steel

Among Non PAT
sectors: Automobile

Capability needed

- Low level of technical expertise is required

- Can be easily implemented by Consultant ESCOs, Vendor
ESCOs as well as General ESCOs

- Can be implemented by equipment reseller as well
manufacturer

Capability Available

- 1 surveyed ESCO- ENCON Energy management services
offer the technology.

- ESCOs implementing are small companies

- Number of Vendors is high but that of ESCOs is low

- Shah Enterprises

- The General

- Electric Agency

- Bharat Bijlee

Energy Efficient
Compressors

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as motors or metering
systems

- Replacement of old inefficient compressor with an energy efficient compressor leads to energy savings

- Energy Savings of up to 20%, payback period of 12-18 months. Capital efficiency is moderate

- Stoppage time for the plant is very minimal and may not be required at all in case of standby
arrangement

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- There are no concerns on measurability, implementation or getting buy-in from the decision makers

- Shared savings model is used by majority of the ESCOs

Among PAT sectors:
Cement and Iron and
Steel

Among Non PAT
sectors: Automobile

Capability needed

- Low level of technical expertise is required but a high
expertise with metering is helpful for optimization
projects

- Can be implemented by equipment reseller as well
manufacturer

Capability Available

- 1 surveyed ESCO- ENCON Energy management services
offers the technology.

- Surveyed ESCO is a small company

- Atlas Copco

- Parker Hannifin

- Group/ Legris

- ARS Engineering Pvt. Ltd

- Shah Enterprises

- Hitachi Industrial Equipment
Systems Co. Ltd.

- Pecma Air Systems Pvt. Ltd.

Energy Efficient
Lighting

- Offered as a technology as well as a solution along with other equipment such as building
management systems

- The ECM involves replacing the existing lighting with energy efficient LEDs which provide the
desirable levels of lighting

- Energy Savings is 40%, payback period is 6 months to 8 months.

- Capital efficiency is moderate

- Plant Stoppage is generally not required

- Highly prevalent globally and in India

Drivers/Challenging aspects

- Getting management buy-in is also not very difficult as it is an established technology

- Shared savings is the most common model for implementation

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