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Project Name

Enhancing the Energy Efficiency Impact of the National Clean Energy Fund

Name of Client

British High Commission BHC, India

Country

India

Project Location within country

Nationwide

Source of Financing

UNDP

Length of Consultancy Assignment

Start Date

May 2015

Completion Date

 

Detailed Narrative Description of Project:            
This project aimed to provide relevant stakeholders in India with the evidence base required to secure the approval of financial support from the National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF) for specific initiatives to drive significantly enhanced innovation in and deployment of energy efficiency (EE) in India, drawing from UK experiences and expertise. The project detailed the activities that could be supported, their potential impact and the resources, including those related to institutional capacity, needed to deliver them.

Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:

  • Securing broad agreement amongst key energy efficiency stakeholders on interventions for accelerating innovation in and deployment of EE technologies with NCEF resources;
  • Undertook detailed research on the state of play of energy efficiency financing interventions across sectors in India. Conducted extensive stakeholder consultations through interviews and workshops to prepare the state of play;
  • Developed a Business Case for an Energy Conservation Fund under the NCEF, for investment in prioritized large-scale, high impact interventions identified for innovation or deployment of EE technologies;
  • Drafted project recommendations on the design of an Energy Conservation Fund including the financing mechanism and institutional structure, to Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Power, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India for further action

Project Name

Assess potential investment opportunities for a sovereign guaranteed loan in city gas and district cooling market in India

Name of Client

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Country

India

Project Location within country

PAN India

Source of Financing

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Length of Consultancy Assignment

Start Date

27 May 2019

Completion Date

31 December 2019

Detailed Narrative Description of Project:
The main objective of the project is to identify the relevant stakeholders, analyze policy, and assess investment opportunity in city gas and district cooling market in India.

Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:
As part of this study, the following activities will be undertaken:

  • Stakeholder identification: Identify players (by policy makers, regulators, and service providers) in city gas and district cooling market in India. Identify ownership structure of service providers (i.e. national/state-owned enterprise, private, or mixed).
  • Policy analysis: Analyze government’s investment policy and regulations in city gas and district cooling market.
  • Investment opportunity assessment: Assess potential investment opportunities for sovereign guaranteed loan in city gas and district cooling market in India.
  • Prepare and submit the report including all findings.

Region

Asia

Service Area

Clean Energy Finance

Project Title

Strategic Framework for Implementation of EE Projects for Indian Water Utilities

Country

India

Client

The World Bank

Project Funding Agency

The World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Sep 2004

Scheduled Completion

May 2005

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

• Develop a strategic framework including financing mechanisms for the design and implementation of energy efficiency projects for municipal water utilities through private sector participation
• Define the energy services performance contracting (ESPC) approach and identify and evaluate various options for application of ESPC to public sector projects
• Apply this framework to the case of the Delhi Jal Board, to test its relevance and practicality
• Enable effective dissemination of the framework to other Indian water utilities through a workshop organized by the World Bank.
• The framework developed in this project was structured to be replicable for other water utilities in India and the region.


Service Provided:

• Development of the Framework
• Definition and explanation of ESPC concept
• Assessment of ESPC applications for Delhi Jal Board
• Development of financing mechanisms for ESPC
• Assessment of potential energy savings and GHG reduction
• Stakeholder Workshop

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Clean Energy Finance

Project Title

Development of Financial Products and Related Institutional Mechanisms - India

Country

India

Client

Asian Development Bank

Project Funding Agency

Asian Development Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Jan 2003

Scheduled Completion

May 2005

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

  • Identify existing barriers to the establishment of an energy efficiency (EE) market, and the appropriate policy interventions to address these barriers
  • Conduct a market assessment to define the key market segments that will be targeted for EE projects funded by the follow-on ADB loan
  • Develop a set of financial products that can be provided to energy users, ESCOs, and financial institutions to help finance and implement EE projects
  • Identify the existing and potential ESCOs that will provide EE project services to energy consumers using the financial products
  • Identify the appropriate Executing Agency and financial intermediaries that will serve as the channels to deliver these financial products to the targeted markets
  • Develop an initial set of bankable EE projects for funding under the ADB loan.


Service Provided:

  • Team Leader
  • Development of Policy Framework Report
  • Assessment of EE market
  • Identification and assessment of Financing Mechanisms
  • Development ofm Partial Credit Guarantee (PCG) program

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