Bureau of Energy Efficiency Current Affairs, GK & News

ANGAN 2022

A three-day international conference ANGAN 2022 is organized by Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP). Key facts ANGAN 2022 (Augmenting Nature by Green Affordable New-habitat) is an international conference organized by Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP). It is organized based on the theme “Making the Zero-Carbon Transition in Buildings”. It is the second edition ..

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Standards for Charging Infrastructure for EV

The Ministry of Power recently released revised guidelines for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.  The ministry has released these guidelines to increase the adoption of EVs and also to fasten the adoption. About the Guidelines It allows the entities or individuals to create charging stations without the need for license. However, they should meet certain technical ..

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Panel on energy efficiency, low carbon tech

According to Power and Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh, a committee will be set up comprising of members from all relevant Ministries to implement Roadmap on Energy Efficiency and low carbon technologies. Highlights This was highlighted during a high-level meeting of reviewing progress of several energy efficiency programmes and preparedness for Climate Change Actions ..

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All DISCOMS to comply Energy Conservation Act, 2001

The Ministry of Power, Government of India has released an official notification that mandates all the Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOMs) to comply Energy Conservation (EC) Act, 2001. As per the official notice, all the DISCOMs will now be governed under the various provisions of EC Act like Energy Accounting & Auditing, Implementation of energy conservation ..

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BEE expands Star Labelling Programme to two more appliances

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency has formulated the Star Labelling Programme under the Energy Conservation Act, 2001. Recently, on its 19th foundation day, BEE expanded its coverage to 2 more appliances: Deep Freezers and Light Commercial Air Conditioners. The total appliances covered under the programme are 26 now. A database on energy e­fficiency called ‘Urja ..

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New Energy Performance Standards of BEE effective from 1st January 2020

On 30th October 2019, the Central Government of India after consultation with the agency for developing programs for efficient use and conservation of energy in India, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency under the Ministry of Power has notified new energy performance standards for Room Air conditioners (RACs). The new energy standards have been implemented from ..

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