Corporation of the City of Panaji

India Mayor: Uday M Madkaikar
Summary
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    Population 59066
  • km 2
    Area 36.0
  • USD
    GDP 92 Million
  • emission
    Targets by N/A N/A
Targets

Targets by Corporation of the City of Panaji

Renewable energy target

 

  • The Corporation of the City of Panaji committed to increase its share of renewable energy in final energy mix in Community by 5% by 2020
  • The target is going to be reached by activities in Electricity, Heating & cooling, Industry and Stationary Energy sectors.
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Energy efficiency target

 

0% Energy efficiency improvement by 2018

  • The Corporation of the City of Panaji committed to increase its energy efficiency in Final energy and Community energy consumption by 0% by 2018 compared to 2013 levels.
  • Final energy energy consumption: 331942.31 Mwh
  • This target will be achieved in Electricity and Heating & cooling sectors

 

Actions
Preparation of City Development Plan for year 2041 - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The city development plan has been prepared under the Capacity Building of Urban Development (CBUD) launched by Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA), funded by the World Bank. CBUD aims to address the major constraints of urban development and specifically focus on capacity building requirements for successful urban management and poverty reduction. The plan focuses on identifying projects that would provide high quality infrastructure services and facilities under various sectors like water, sanitation, solid waste management, transportation, governance, etc. to be developed till the year 2041 in a phased manner.

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  • Buildings
  • Facilities
  • Transport
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Waste
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Holistic Development Plan for Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The plan is an initiative of Government of Goa. The capital city of Panaji is the centre of socio-economic and political existence
of the state.It is a city with great heritage values and is gradually assuming increasing eminence among the cities of the world. However, for the city to be able to preserve its past and adapt with modern developments, a holistic approach is required that integrates various sectors of transport, land use, infrastructure, environment, conservation and urban strategy.
The plan encompasses detailed plan proposals for the city in each of the several identified geographical sectors of importance in Panaji. The holistic masterplan is a vision document for the
prospective year-2033. The vision is to make Panaji a world-class city, while retaining its heritage and cultural values to achieve a better standard of living and quality of life in a sustainable environment through public-private and community participation and a spirit of ownership and belonging amongst citizens. The master plan provides strategies and guidelines to achieve the above and develop an image for the city.

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  • Buildings
  • Facilities
  • Transport
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Waste
  • Other Emissions
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Solid Waste Management Detailed Project Report - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The Corporation of the City of Panaji has prepared a detailed project Report (DPR) and allied Engineering Drawings on Solid Waste Management Plan for Panaji City on an integrated approach line with the guidelines of MoEF / CPCB and MSW Rules 2000. The detailed Project Report covers an introduction to project, background of the planning area, Status of the existing Solid Waste Management System, proposed MSW Management system with cost estimate, equipment’s and their specifications, route plans, design of waste Management facility with cost estimates, conceptual design of sanitary landfill with cost estimates and engineering drawings, operational and Maintenance aspects, Cost of proposed system, Financial frame work including public private participation in establishing the MSW facility.

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  • Waste
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BRTS - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

Panaji is in the process of procuring buses for a light BRTS with buses of different sizes to cater to different street sizes as it is a heritage city with little scope to change the street designs.

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  • Transport
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Solar City Mission - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: In operation

Panaji is in the process of completing its solar city mission soon which will give guidelines for implementing solar projects

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  • Buildings
  • Facilities
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Smart Street Lighting Pilot Project Under Urban LEDs - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

ICLEI South Asia with the support of Meghraj Capital Advisors Private Limited (MCA) has conducted a techno-commercial feasibility study document to understand the investment economics and evaluation of various options for street light energy efficiency implementation using different models. This will be followed by preparation of a tender document for public private participation to improve street light infrastructure. The existing street lighting system is based on inefficient sodium, metal halide, CFLs and fluorescent lamps and a large number of them burn out frequently due to poor street lighting infrastructure and electrical distribution network for street lights. This compromises the safety and security of citizens of Panaji and tourists in evening and night hours. . The annual energy consumption for street lighting is 3.80 Mus and electricity cost is Rupees 126 lakhs. The operations and maintenance cost for the year 2014 is approximately Rupees 121 lakhs.
It is important that the city streets are well lit and are designed and implemented as per the national lighting standards with the right aesthetics. Since Panaji is a heritage city and a very popular tourist destination in the country which attracts many national and international tourists across the world it is recommended that the illumination levels in the city areas should be ideally greater than existing average illumination levels. The CCP therefore intends to improve the existing street light infrastructure with the help of private sector participation

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  • Facilities
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Installation of 50 kWp Standalone Roof Top PV system at Government Polytechnic College in Altinho - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The 50 kWp Solar PV system is proposed to be set up on the roof top of Government Polytechnic College building in Altinho, Panjim. The power generated will be supplied to the internal grid of the building. It is estimated to generate 75.93 MWh of power and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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Grid Connected Solar PV Plant at Raj Bhavan, Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Completed

In 2013, a 30 kW Solar PV plant was installed on rooftop of Raj Bhavan, the official residence of Governor of Goa.
The 30kW solar power plant was used for street lighting and in the garden within the Raj Bhavan premises before it was shifted
from the battery operated system to the grid connected systems by Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA), after approval
from Goa electricity department.
Grid Connectivity ensures that surplus power generated will be fed to grid and credit earned against it.
Presently, this is the solar PV installation on government owned building.
This shall set a benchmark for other buildings to follow.

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  • Residential
2 MLD STP at Patto - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Under construction / set up

A 5 MLD STP was constructed in Panaji in 1966. The life span of this STP was exhasuted and a erection of new 12.5 MLD STP was started in 2009 which was completed in 2015.
To serve the remaining area of Panaji and entire Taligaon, a new 15 MLD has been constructed at Tonca. The construction of STP is complete and will be commissioned soon.
This STP serves the Southern Panaji. To addres the sewage treatment in Patto, a 2 MLD STP is being erected in Patto area.

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14 Wards Declared Open Defication Free Wards - Corporation of the City of Panaji
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  • Type: Awareness-raising / Promotion
  • Status: Completed

CCP Conducted surveys under Swach Bharat Mission of all the wards under its jurisdiction for identifying areas in respective wards where infrastructure needs to be provided for making them 100% Open Defication Free. 14 wards were identified where infrastructure needs to provided and protocol as per Swach Bharat Mission to be followed to declare them 100% ODF.
Based on the survey and protocol, following wards were declared 100% ODF wards- 5,9,10, 14, 15, 19, 29, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28

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  • Waste
"Light" Bus Rapid Transit System for Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
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  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Planning phase

Corporation of the City o Panaji has floated a request for proposal for inviting consultants for preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) and Project Management Services (PMS) for proposed ‘Light’ Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) in the city of Panaji.
The BRTS buses will ply on designated city lanes and passengers will be charged a nominal fare, and movement of buses will be tracked from a designated control room.

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  • Transport
Urban LEDS for Panaji City - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Research
  • Status: In operation

Urban LEDS project being implimented by ICLEI South Asia with support from UN Habitat is being carried out in 6 cities across India.
The Urban LEDS project helps local government to priorotize sectors in order to reduce the Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the city. During this project, a GHG inventory of entire city was carried out in order to understand the energy consumption hotspots. Based on these, several interventions have been suggested for emission reduction in city .
The cumulative potential GHG emission reduction from the actions proposed across the various sectors for Community and Municipal Services/Facilities stands at 27,331 tonnes of CO2e, amounting to about 19% of Panaji city’s baseline annual GHG emissions in the year 2013-14. The total investment required for the proposed priority actions amounts to around INR 10,873 lakh.
The Urban LEDS report received General Body Approval and will be taken forward by CCP.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Transport
Ecomobility Readiness Assessment - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status:

Ecomobility readiness assessment conducted in Panaji

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Sectors:
  • Transport
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TRASH (Thinking, Reflecting and Acting for a Sustainable Habitat) - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Education/Awareness Raising
  • Status: Completed

Awareness program for recycling

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  • Waste
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Installation of 25 kWp Standalone Roof Top Solar PV system at Passport Office in Patto - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

It is proposed to set up a 25 kWp standalone solar photovoltaic system on the roof top of Passport Office in Patto, Panjim, which will generate and supply to the internal grid of the building. It is estimated to generate power of 37.97 MWh and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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  • Facilities
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NoMoZo - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2012
  • Type: Education/Awareness Raising
  • Status:

NoMoZo (Non motorized transportation) was created to create awareness about car-free streets and ease of mobility to pedestrians in the historically walkable city of Panjim. By cordoning off a certain section of an otherwise busy street, the NoMoZo hoped to give the citizens an opportunity to experience a people friendly ambiance―safe to walk for not only children, parents with prams, senior citizens but the differently-abled too.

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  • Transport
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Installing 25 kWp Standalone Roof Top Solar PV system at Goa Industries Development Corporation in Panjim - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

It is proposed to set up a 25 kWp standalone solar photovoltaic system on the roof top of Goa Industries Development Corporation in Patto, Panjim, which will generate and supply to the internal grid of the building. It is estimated to generate power of 37.96 MWh and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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  • Facilities
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Installation of 50 kWp Standalone Roof Top Solar PV system at Paryatan Bhawan (Goa Tourism) in Patto - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The 50 kWp Solar PV system is proposed to be set up on the roof top of Paryatan Bhawan (Goa Tourism) in Patto, Panjim. The power generated will be supplied to the internal grid of the building. It is estimated to generate 75.93 MWh of power and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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  • Facilities
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Installation of 50 kWp Standalone Rooftop Solar PV system at National Institute of Oceanography in Dona Paula - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The 50 kWp Solar PV system is proposed to be set up on the roof top of National Institute of Oceanography in Dona Paula, Panjim. The power generated will be supplied to the internal grid of the building. It is estimated to generate 75.93 MWh of power and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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  • Facilities
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Solid Waste Management - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

A DPR has been prepared for Solid waste management in Panaji with an attempt to make it a no landfill city by segregating in 13 different ways and using the rest for a waste to energy plant.

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Sectors:
  • Waste
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Panaji: A Journey towards Successful Waste Segregation Leading to a No- Landfill City - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2003
  • Type: Public Participation/Stakeholder engagement
  • Status: In operation

Innovative leadership by the Commissioner of Panaji resulted in the campaign “Bin Free in 2003”, as an initiative to improve municipal solid waste management system in the city. The key elements of the program were:
• Door to door collection of segregated waste (dry waste and wet waste) for the entire city of Panaji along with the introduction of service charges
• Substitution of community bins by trolley bins along with automated truck-loading systems
• Program for recycling of all recyclable waste and composting organic waste.
The Corporation involved volunteers and local leaders to create awareness regarding segregation of waste at the household level. Trained volunteers; predominantly school/ college students visited individual households to practically demonstrate waste segregation. To begin with, green and black coloured bins were sold to households at subsidized rates. The households were sensitized towards importance of segregating kitchen waste from other waste. Green bins are used for wet waste and black bins are used for dry waste. The bins came with a screw system which reduced the chances of tipping over by stray dogs and cats. These bins were specifically designed for use in Panaji. Due to public interest generated and given the situation where the city had no other solution for waste management, both the community and political leaders supported the initiatives of the Municipal Corporation of Panaji.

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  • Waste
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Installing 50kWp Standalone Rooftop Solar PV system at Dhempe College of Arts and Science in Miramar - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

Dhempe College of Arts and Science Building has an open roofspace of 557 sq. meter is being utlized for solar PV system. It is proposed to install a 50 kWp standalone Solar PV Rooftop System which is estimated to afford annual energy generation of 75.93 MWh (i.e. 0.075 million units) and operate at a capacity factor of 17.3%.

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15 MLD STP - Corporation of the City of Panaji
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  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Under construction / set up

A 5 MLD STP was constructed in Panaji in 1966. The life span of this STP was exhasuted and a erection of new 12.5 MLD STP was started in 2009 which was completed in 2015.
To serve the remaining area of Panaji and entire Taligaon, a new 15 MLD has been constructed at Tonca. The construction of STP is complete and will be commissioned soon.

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  • Other Emissions
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Smart Transportation and Eco-Mobility (SMART CITY) - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Planning phase

Intelligent Transportation System with a central command and control centre covering non-motorized transportation i.e., Public Bike Sharing, smart components for a multi modal public transportation system with ICT enabled buses and ferry , customer interface and information system, common smart cards with automated payment and transaction records, smart parking and intelligent traffic management is to be operated on a PPP basis.
Universally accessible walkways, pedestrian bridges between core city and Patto, Creek promenade, pedestrianization around Mala Lake and green tunnel avenues add to walkability. Public Bike Sharing and city bus loops (mini buses) are proposed to reduce trips. Resultant modal shift and emission reduction will contribute to mitigating urban heat island effect and improved pedestrian safety in core city.

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Sectors:
  • Commercial
  • Transport
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A Journey Towards a Successful Waste Management System Leading to a Landfill-less City, Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Audit / Assessment
  • Status: Completed

The Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP) has initiated an extensive waste segregation and management program which involves four-way waste segregation for commercial establishments, as well as residential units. Apart from this, bio medical waste and wet waste was collected separately. It therefore became necessary to document the waste management activities.
The documentation report features the two-way and four way segregation methods and the waste collection systems and routes in the form of lists and maps outlining collection of dry wastes and wet wastes in different zones. It also features the locations of all composting stations, bin shelters, sorting centres and black spots in the city, with a brief on their operation methods as well. This documentation is intended to provide a reference for Panaji and a guideline to waste management to other cities.
Key Outcomes-
100% collection of segregated waste from the households as well as further sorting at
the recycling stations in 8 streams of waste.
 Active involvement of ragpickers, women volunteers/ SHGs.
 Improved recycling efficiency through market creation and tie-ups.
 Minimized waste to landfill through effective management.

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  • Waste
24X7 Water Supply - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Under construction / set up

24X7 Water Supply for Panaji invloves laying of 350 mm -450 mm ducts from feeder pipe and 90 mm to 315 m OD HDPE distribution pipes. A 27 MLD water treatment plant is also part of the project at Curti, Ponda, Goa. The work is 55-60% completed.

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  • Other Emissions
local action
Municipal Market Energy Efficiency Operation Pilot Project under Urban LEDs - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

ICLEI South Asia with the support of Meghraj Capital Advisors Private Limited (MCA) has conducted a techno-commercial feasibility study document to understand the investment economics and evaluation of various options for street light energy efficiency implementation using different models. This will be followed by preparation of a tender document for public private participation to improve street light infrastructure. The existing street lighting system is based on inefficient sodium, metal halide, CFLs and fluorescent lamps and a large number of them burn out frequently due to poor street lighting infrastructure and electrical distribution network for street lights. This compromises the safety and security of citizens of Panaji and tourists in evening and night hours. . The annual energy consumption for street lighting is 3.80 Mus and electricity cost is Rupees 126 lakhs. The operations and maintenance cost for the year 2014 is approximately Rupees 121 lakhs.
It is important that the city streets are well lit and are designed and implemented as per the national lighting standards with the right aesthetics. Since Panaji is a heritage city and a very popular tourist destination in the country which attracts many national and international tourists across the world it is recommended that the illumination levels in the city areas should be ideally greater than existing average illumination levels. The CCP therefore intends to improve the existing street light infrastructure with the help of private sector participation

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Sectors:
  • Facilities
local action
Panjim Sanitation Plan - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: In operation

Corporation of the city of Panaji is developing a city sanitation plan in accordance to the Ministry of Urban development directives

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  • Waste
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Urban LEDS - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: In operation

The City of Panaji has been working actively with ICLEI to ensure integration of sustainability and climate change resilience principles into its urban development strategy.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Transport
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Waste
  • Other Emissions
Comprehensive Mobility Plan for Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

Comprehensive Mobility Plan for the city of Panaji has been developed under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) in compliance with the National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP). The Objective of the plan is to ensure safe, affordable, quick, comfortable, reliable and sustainable access for growing number of city residents to jobs, education and other needs. This is planned to be achieved through:
• Improved public transport;
• Facilities for use of non-motorized vehicles;
• Greater involvement of private sector;
• Innovative financing mechanisms;
• Reduced travel demand- better integration of land use and transport planning;
• Use of cleaner technology;
• Better awareness; and
• Capacity building- individual and institutional.

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  • Transport
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Planning for Public Bike Sharing System for the city - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

A detailed project report has been prepared to plan a Public Bicycle Share (PBS) System for the city. The target audience of the system will be the residents of the city whose travel distances are less than 5
kms and tourists in the city. While the residents will become regular users of the system, using the bike
share for either end to end connectivity or for last mile connectivity, the tourists will become casual
users of the system and be able to use the system to visit the various points of tourist attraction in the city, through multiple short trips in a day. The system proposed will have to be planned keeping this target audience in mind. The scope of the plan is
Studying public bicycle systems, understanding its various planning, engineering, operational, management and financial models.
Recommendations on location and density of stations, size of the system and stations, system technology, fare structure, cost, business & finance model, phasing of the project and institutional structure.

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  • Transport
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Preparation of City Development Plan for year 2041 - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The city development plan has been prepared under the Capacity Building of Urban Development (CBUD) launched by Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA), funded by the World Bank. CBUD aims to address the major constraints of urban development and specifically focus on capacity building requirements for successful urban management and poverty reduction. The plan focuses on identifying projects that would provide high quality infrastructure services and facilities under various sectors like water, sanitation, solid waste management, transportation, governance, etc. to be developed till the year 2041 in a phased manner.

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Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Human health
local action
Holistic Development Plan for Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The plan is an initiative of Government of Goa. The capital city of Panaji is the centre of socio-economic and political existence
of the state.It is a city with great heritage values and is gradually assuming increasing eminence among the cities of the world. However, for the city to be able to preserve its past and adapt with modern developments, a holistic approach is required that integrates various sectors of transport, land use, infrastructure, environment, conservation and urban strategy.
The plan encompasses detailed plan proposals for the city in each of the several identified geographical sectors of importance in Panaji. The holistic masterplan is a vision document for the
prospective year-2033. The vision is to make Panaji a world-class city, while retaining its heritage and cultural values to achieve a better standard of living and quality of life in a sustainable environment through public-private and community participation and a spirit of ownership and belonging amongst citizens. The master plan provides strategies and guidelines to achieve the above and develop an image for the city.

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Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Human health
local action
ACCCRN - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: In operation

The city was chosen for doing a city resilience strategy under the ACCCRN project.

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Rajiv Gandhi Awaas Yojana - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type:
  • Status: Completed

the objective of Rajiv Awaas Yojana for construction and repair of houses to economically weaker section of the society and who are and just above the poverty line.
The target group for houses under Rajiv Awaas Yojana will be people just above
the poverty line living in rural and urban areas subject to the condition that their total family
income should not exceed Rs. 120000/-( Rupees One lakh twenty thousand ) per annum. The
preference shall be given to the widows, SC/ST and OBC families subject to the condition that-
(i) They are resident of Goa for last 15 years
(ii) They are not covered under any other scheme of shelter rehabilitation; and
(iii) They are houseless or in need of shelter shelter upgradation.
(iv) In case of new construction there shall be clear land title or notarized N.O.C. from the land owner.

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Waste Wise - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Education/Awareness Raising
  • Status:

Educating students of Panaji on waste management

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  • Human health
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Installation o 300 biotoilets in Panaji - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical / Infrastructural
  • Status: Planning phase

Panaji Municipal Corporation has carried out a survey of households and locations where lack of sanitation facility is noticed.
In order to facilitate the inner reaches or community areas which don't have access to sewage network or facility, it was proposed to use biotoilets which disintigrate the sewage into water and SO2.
As such, during the survey, 300 spots were identified where individual biotoilets will be installed.
For a Bio toilet, the beneficiary has to deposit a sum of Rs. 5333/- in the CCP treasury. The Corporation will receive the Bio toilet from GSUDA at a cost of Rs.25,000/-. The Corporation has been asked by GSUDA to deposit the amount of Rs. 19,667/- per Bio toilet.
GSUDA has floated tenders for procurement of biotoilets for Panaji as well as entire Goa state.

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Urban Vulnerability Assessment - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2012
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: In operation

Vulnerability assessment conducted in Panaji and is expected to be published soon

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Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojan - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type:
  • Status: Completed

Center has approved a proposal for construction of affordable houses in Panaji, Goa by sanctioning about Rs. 71.4 lakh for Goa Housing Scheme. MoHUPA (Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation) has decided to construct houses in 14 towns of the state under Housing for All mission. Centre has also issued fund to form a State-Level Technical Cell & Housing for All Plan of Action (HFAPoA). This fund will also be used to construct affordable housing units in selected areas. A fix amount will be used for a selected municipality or town.

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Project SEARCH - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2013
  • Type: Education/Awareness Raising
  • Status: Completed

Project SEARCH was conducted to Promote Environmental Sustainability

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  • Human health
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Preparation of City Development Plan - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Strategy / Policy
  • Status: Completed

The CDP aims at identiftying an integrated solution to the challenges facing the city. It recognizes the economic growth strategy as well as the actions that would be required by various agencies to ensure the sustainable development of the city.
The Revised CDP addresses the core issues and concerns which may hurdle the process in the long run.
The CDP was revised in 2015 with a target delivery year 2041.

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Holistic plan - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year: 2012
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

Panaji has adopted a holistic plan for 20 years to guide the city development plans which are reviewed every five years.

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Household and Socio-economic Assessment under Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) - Corporation of the City of Panaji
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

Panaji being the Capital City of the Goa makes it very important for the authorities to look into the settlement patterns emerging so that the basic amenities and facilities can be provided. For such a check, Corporation of the City of Panaji allotted Regional Centre of Urban and Environmental Studies, AIILSG, Mumbai under Rajiv Awas Yojana, the work to conduct a survey in the city and analyse the data collected which can further aid to the preparation of the Slum Free City Action Plan and DPR.

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Inventories
Community inventories

The Corporation of the City of Panaji has reported 4 Community emission inventories, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the Stationary energy, Transport and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.

GHG emission from Corporation of the City of Panaji
GHG inventory in 2013
Government operations inventory

The Corporation of the City of Panaji has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2013. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the are identified as key emission sources.

GHG emission from Corporation of the City of Panaji
GHG inventory in 2013

Mayor Uday M Madkaikar
Corporation of the City of Panaji, India

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Initiative

Compact of Mayors - ICLEI
Earth Hour City Challenge 2013-2014
Urban-LEDS
Earth Hour City Challenge 2014-2015
Earth Hour City Challenge 2015-2016
Earth Hour City Challenge

Status of compliance

Compact of Mayors
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