Individual CDM Project activities for CFL are also now eligible to participate in the BLY scheme in addition to the existing PoA with a view to broad base the BLY scheme.
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), being the statutory body set up under the Energy Conservation Act, 2001 by the Government of India, will coordinate the Small-Scale CDM Project development and will facilitate implementation of the BLY programme in various States through their respective Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOMs) with the assistance of the CFL investors.
The development of the CDM project is a voluntary action on the part of BEE and it would not seek any commercial revenues. BEE will on behalf of the Government of India take the responsibility of monitoring of all project areas after the DISCOMs and the CFL investors have entered into a tripartite agreement (TPA) with BEE.
The main roles of the three parties under theindividual CDM scheme are listed below :
BLY Scheme Investor (Manufacturers / Traders etc)
Providing CFLs with lumen output +/- 10% of the baseline i.e. (lumen output of 100 Watt & 60 Watt) Incandescent Lamps at price comparable to those of Incandescent Lamps(i.e. Rs 15), in exchange for functioning Incandescent Lamps that are currently being used in the households. A maximum of 4 CFLs shall be replaced per household. These CFLs shall be compliant with the existing National Regulations in force.
Free replacement of fused distributed CFLs, within 2 years for 6000 hour CFL and within 3 years for 10000 hour lamps, during the life of the CDM Project.
Collection of fused CFLs through buy-back schemes, and arrangements for their safe disposal.
Pre-project survey to estimate the annual electricity saving potential in a selected CDM Project.
Distribution of CFLs in association with DISCOM within its customer area.
Securing financing of initial investment for the cost differential (no subsidy from the Govt. of India towards reducing cost of the CFL lamps).
Preparing CDM Small-Scale Project Design Document (SSC-PDD) as per BEE provided BLY CDM Scheme Framework Document (BEE-CFD).
Getting the SSC-PDD validated by a Designated Operational Entity accredited with the UNFCCC.
Getting the SSC-CPA –PDD registered with the UNFCCC (including payment of any fees to UNFCCC).
Post CDM project registration sharing complete project monitoring and verification information with BEE
Official communication with the CDM–EB, DOE and Indian DNA.
Allocation of CERs amongst project participants (e.g. DISCOMs) according to their share in emissions reductions in a specified verification period.
DISCOM in CDM Project area
Extended facilities to the CDM project investor to
Define geographic boundary of customer area of a DISCOM.
Define a residential household based on State level definition and tariff category.
Safe storage of replaced ILBs for independent inspection and safe disposal.
Prepare database of all grid connected residential households to include name of users/ address/ average annual electricity consumption for each CDM project area
Selection of Baseline Survey Group (BSG), Project sample monitoring group (PSMG), Project spot-check group (PSCG).
Extensive awareness and information campaign in association with DISCOMs.
Development of BLY CDM Scheme Framework Document (BEE-CFD).
Managing the monitoring of lighting appliance utilization hours within the PSMG households using an approved small scale methodology of the UNFCCC (EB) and analysis of the monitored data.
Technically support the CFL investor / DISCOMs e.g. to conduct the baseline survey etc.
Include CDM project activity under BLY scheme upon registration with UNFCCC.
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