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State Designated Agencies (SDAs) have been notified by the State Governments under section 15 (d) of the EC Act, 2001 by assigning additional responsibilities to the existing departments. 33 SDAs have been notified under EC Act. In addition to this, Jammu & Kashmir has enacted legislation in line with EC Act and established an agency. Out of 34 SDAs, 15 are Renewable Energy Development Agencies, 9 are Power Department of State Governments, 6 are Electrical Inspectorate offices, 3 are Distribution Companies and 1 is "stand-alone" SDA. The major roles and responsibilities of SDAs are to coordinate, regulate and enforce the various...

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Heat Reflective Tiles & Paints

Cool Roof Technology would be effective in almost 90% of the Indian Region. It has wide scope of being an effective energy savings solution for both new and retrofit buildings.In the wake of a recent study by Power Ministry’s Bureau of Energy Efficiency, which says electricity consumption can be brought down by 25 per cent with adoption of cool roofs. These roofs can deliver high solar reflectance, which is the ability to reflect visible infrared and ultraviolet rays of the sun. This reduces heat transfer to the building. reflection of light and heat can be done by going for either of the two ways — a coating with a thick white paint on the roof, or by putting white tiles on roofs.

Benefits of heat reflective tiles and paint :

- Provides thermal insulation leaving the terrace cool

- Replaces lime terracing and it is cost effective

- Can be reused over and over again

- Ensures maintenance of congenial natural environment

- Reduces consumption of AC and thus reduces CFC emission 

Cheaper than   

• Brickbat Coba   • Membrane Waterproofing  • Polymer Waterproofing   • China Chip Waterproofing  • Bubble Heat Insulation Waterproofing   • Vitrified Tile Waterproofing   

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Efficient Plasters

Energy Efficient Plasters can replace cement, sand, curing process and putty works completely when it comes to interior plastering. It can be applied over any kind of bare brick wall, concrete blocks, fly ash bricks, Siporex blocks or any solid backgrounds. Some companies even provide fineness of over 200 Mesh and purity over 99% and gives the best atomic bond and an absolute mirror finish.

The key ingredient - Calcium Sulphate hemi hydrate is present in different percentage in plasters provided by dfferent companies,Usually 55%- 80%. More is the key ingrediant , an excellent white colour and a crack free product is obtained on application.

Gypsum Plaster can be applied on any surfaces where the normal cement / sand plaster can be applied. Let it be Red Clay Bricks, Hollow blocks, Concrete Blocks, Fly ash bricks, Solid Blocks, Porotherm blocks, Siporex Blocks , AAC (Aerocon Blocks), Calcium Silicate bricks, Concrete (With NEUROBOND), (Mivan) and many more energy efficient plasters can be used with any of them.

 
 
 
 
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Heat Reflective Film

Window lamination film is in fact a bundle of micro-layers of lamination of basic PET, adhesive, scratch-resistant coating and release liner.
Depending on manufacturing technology, a good quality window film is usually consist of 26 micro layers and above.

The manufacturing design of a particular window lamination film determines its application. Window lamination films range can be divided into:

 

-Premium Security and safety films.

 

-Premium heat and UV control films with low visibility for commercial offices.

 

-Premium heat and UV control films with high visibility, allowing natural day lighting in buildings while blocking heat and UV rays.

 

- Decorative films

BENEFITS OF USING LAMINATION FILMS:

  • Energy Savings
  • Increase safety & Security
  • Decrease Heat Ingress.
  • Reduce Fading
  • Cuts Glare
  • Skin Protection
  • Enhance & Transform Appearance
  • Fast and Easy

Heat control films can significantly reduce air conditioning load which  will extend the life of A/C systems, reduce related maintenance cost and reduce energy costs and improve the cooling efficiency. For new Building this can reduce overall capital equipment investment and recurring energy costs. 

 

 

 

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Energy Saver AC & Chillers

State Designated Agencies (SDAs) have been notified by the State Governments under section 15 (d) of the EC Act, 2001 by assigning additional responsibilities to the existing departments.

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Power Auditor & AC Saver

State Designated Agencies (SDAs) have been notified by the State Governments under section 15 (d) of the EC Act, 2001 by assigning additional responsibilities to the existing departments.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) was launched in May 2007 by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power. Its main objective is to establish minimum requirements for energy efficient design and construction of buildings. Recognizing the energy and cost savings of efficient buildings and to help address growing energy needs, the state of Uttar Pradesh is the process to notify ECBC code.

India’s two thirds of the total building stock that will exist in 2030 are yet to be built. New buildings possess a great challenge to meeting its increasing energy demand. ECBC sets minimum energy efficiency levels for commercial buildings, locking in energy savings for years to come, retaining occupant comfort, while combating climate change.

The ECBC is applicable to all buildings or building complexes that have a connected load of 100 kW or greater, or a contract demand of 120 kVA or greater, or having conditioned area of 500 m2 or more and used for commercial purposes. used for commercial purposes. It is applicable for both Government and private buildings. The code is not applicable to Equipment and portions of building systems that use energy primarily for manufacturing processes.

Irrespective of whether one opts for Whole Building Performance (WBP) method or Prescriptive method, the code compliance requires the building to fulfill a set of mandatory provisions. The mandatory requirements are described in CGECBC under sections 3.2.1, 4.2, 5.2, 6.2 and 7.2 of the CGECBC code.

Registration Form

Address :

V.I.P. Road, Near Energy Education Park, Airport Road,

Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492001


Mobile No. :

+91 91795 12223

Kushal Tiwari, Project Coordinator, CREDA,

Head Office, Raipur.

Email :

bhawanmitra.creda@gmail.com