CEP Course on Energy Management

2013-11-18 10:00
2013-11-22 18:00


Energy management can help industry control its operating costs. Energy management is also important for reducing local, regional and global emissions and can help mitigate the problem of global warming. This course will help industry professionals acquire the skills and techniques required to implement energy management. This course will also benefit researchers and students who are interested in working on energy management. In the context of the Energy Conservation Act 2001, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency has emphasised the importance of Energy Managers and Certified Energy Auditors. This course is designed to provide the background required for engineers to meet this role. The newly introduced PAT scheme provides an additional incentive for benchmarking and improving industrial energy efficiency.
Apart from the lectures, hands-on laboratory sessions on efficiency testing are planned at IIT. The course also includes tutorials to help participants understand the concepts involved.


The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is one of the premier technological institutes in India with students and faculty who are comparable with the best in the world. IIT Bombay has several undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in the engineering, basic sciences, humanities and management and has also initiated programmes in inter-disciplinary areas like energy systems, environmental sciences, bio-medical etc. The institute has a vibrant research culture and has several linkages with Indian and international industries and institutes.
The Department of Energy Science Engineering (DESE) is one of the leading energy departments in the country, set up in 2007 with a mission to develop sustainable energy systems and solutions for the future.
DESE offers a dual-degree (B.Tech-M.Tech) programme, a M.Tech programme, a Dual Degree (M.Sc-Ph.D) programme and a Ph.D programme and currently has 17 faculty members and 350 students. DESE also has several state of the art research facilities in the field of renewable energy and hosts the National Centre for Photovoltaic Research and Education (NCPRE) in 2010 and a 1 MW National Solar Thermal Power Plant project (funded by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)-Govt. of India) along with the Cummins Engine Research Facility and the Forbes Marshall Energy Efficiency Laboratory.


 Overview of India’s Energy Scenario
 Fundamentals of Energy Engineering
 Energy Auditing
 Energy Efficiency in Motor drive Systems
 Cogeneration
 Efficiency in Boilers and Steam Systems
 Infrared Thermography for Energy Applications
 Energy Conservation in Buildings
 Energy Conservation using Heat Pumps
 Industrial Applications of Solar Thermal
 Energy Economics
 Efficiency Conservation in Pumping/Compressed Air
 Pinch Analysis
 Energy Efficient Lighting
 Waste Heat Recovery
 Benchmarking Energy Performance
 Energy and Climate Change and CDM
 Laboratory Experiments- Boiler, Motor Efficiency , Lighting, Pumping Control
 Lab visits – Heat Pump, Solar Lab etc.


The programme will be held at the Conference Hall (Ground Floor), Jal Vihar Guest House, IIT Bombay. IIT Bombay is a small township in itself. The campus has a green cover, rich in natural flora and fauna. The campus extends over 220 hectares amidst picturesque surroundings with Vihar and Powai lakes on either side.


Per participant
 Rs.16854/- (Inclusive Service Tax @ 12.36%) (industry)
 Rs.13483/- (Inclusive Service Tax @ 12.36%) (Academic institutions/Govt. organisations/NGO)
 Rs. 6742/-  (inclusive Service Tax @ 12.36%) (Students)
The demand draft should be drawn in favour of “The Registrar, IIT Bombay- CEP Account” payable at Mumbai.
The course fee can also be paid via NEFT, please see the attached PDF below.
No income tax is to be deducted at source from the course fee, as IIT Bombay is exempt from the same. The course fee includes course material, lunch and coffee/tea; it does not include the cost of boarding and lodging for the participants.


The participants should send registration forms duly filled along with the demand draft for the course fee to address given below on or before 12 November 2013.


Accommodation charges are not included in the course fee and should be paid directly by the participant. Limited accommodation in the institute guest house (on additional payment) will be available on twin sharing basis on first-cum-first served basis.


Course dates: November 18 – 22, 2013.
Last date for receipt of registration form: 12th November 2013
Completed registration forms should be sent to the course coordinator at the following address:


Rangan Banerjee
Forbes Marshall Chair Professor
Department of Energy Science & Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai – 400 076
Tel. : +91-22-2576 7883 / 25767890
Fax : +91-22-2572 6875, 2576 4890

Download the brochure here: PDF 

Download the registration form here: PDF / MS Word 

Download the bank details for NEFT here: PDF