Biogas produced from the Tapovan STP is used for generation of electric power through 2 nos. of 100% biogas engine generator set 85x2= 170 KWe capacity. Plant is running successfully fulfilling part energy need of STP. Total 55000 units of electricity is generated from the plant..Read More Read Less
Power generated is used for process plant.
Non rainy season power generated from green waste.
Solar lighting panels of rating 11w/ 18w have been provided in the garden under MEDA support
Energy saving = (70-18)x80x4 hrsx360/1000 = 5990 KWH per annum
Total amount saving= Rs.26,955/- per annum
Solar lamps are used to promote use of renewable source of energy
There are 23 traffic signals in Nashik. Out of these, 20 signals are powered by solar energy. NMC started replacing conventional incandescent traffic light to LED since 2005 and till date all the 23 signals operats on LED light. (Energy saving achieved due to LED light = 261360 kWh /annum
Connected load reduced by 90%. Total amount saving of approx.Rs.12 lacs/ annum)
In the year 2011 these LED traffic signals were powered by solar.
SWH systems of 14000 LPD were installed
Mico Hospital 2,000 LPD
Indira Gandhi Hospital 2,000 LPD
Kathada Hospital 2,000 LPD
Jijamata Hospital 2,000 LPD
Morwadi Hospital 2,000 LPD
Other 4,000 LPD
In hospitals & commercial buildings, 3000 nos. of Electronic Ballasts has been provided. For new projects, electronic ballasts are being introduced at design stage itself. Use of CFL lamp made mandatory in passages, toilets, bathrooms etc. Saved kWh : 1.58 lacs per annum Amount saved : Rs.6.4 lacs per annumRead More Read Less
Availing incentive against improvement in power factor to unity has helped NMC to earn INR 15.8 million in 2011-12 and INR 20.5 million in 2012-13Read More Read Less
Within the framework of the “International Climate Initiative” of the Federal Ministry of
Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany, GIZ-ASEM is supporting
Nashik Municipal Corporation in implementing an innovative “Waste to Energy” project in
Nashik. The objective of this project is to produce clean energy by using the energy content
of wastewater/sludge and organic waste in Nashik. The methane generated is utilized for the
production of electricity through a combined heat and power plant which is supplied to Nashik Municipal Corporation free of cost for the next ten years.
The project is solely funded by GIZ.
New energy efficient pumps were installed at Chehedi PS at 2011-12 and and at Gangapur Dam PS, Gandhi Nagar WTP, BaraBunglow WTP in 2012-13 replacing the old ones. Total investment made for these was 385.5 lakh Indian Rupees and energy saving achieved till 2013 were 0.3 MWh. amounting to saving of 13.86 million Indian rupeesRead More Read Less
Nashik Municipal Corporation already has a building bye law in place which promotes the installation of solar water heating systems in residential sector and ensure a 5% rebate in property tax to the house ownersRead More Read Less
Contract demand after making past demand analysis reduced by 750 KVA.
Demand reduction at our end helped the other needy consumer to utilise the load.
Amount saving = Rs.17.10 lacs/ annum.
• There is a rain water harvesting bye laws in NMC which encourages RWH in all the open spaces/amenity spaces of housing societies and new constructions/ reconstruction’s/additions on plots having area not less than 300 sq. m. Rain water harvesting at different potential sites using various techniques in the city is proposed having a cumulative potential to recharge 125 million litres of water. This proposal will cost approximately 6.014 million INR.Read More Read Less
The Nashik City Corporation has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2013. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the Transport and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.
Mayor Satish KulkarniNashik City Corporation, India