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Workshop on energy conservation in textile sector
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Jul '09
A one day technical workshop on adoption of energy efficient process technologies & practices and implementation of Energy Conservation Act 2001 in Textile Sector has been organised in Bhilwara, Rajasthan.

This is one day workshop also called 'Life Long Learning (3L) programme will be held on 18, July, 2009 and has been organised by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency which works under the Ministry of Power.

Life Long Learning (3L) Programme under Bureau of Energy Efficiency has been launched to update the knowledge of energy professionals on specialized topics related to new technologies and software.

It also helps in identifying, key areas of high energy consumption and their minimization. As per the EC Act it is also necessary for the Energy Managers & Energy Auditors to update their knowledge regularly through such 3L workshops.

There is scope for 10-15% savings on energy bills by using energy efficient technology & practices in Textile Sector. This workshop is being organized with the main objective to disseminate information through experts working in this field about State–of-Art energy efficient technologies available for Textile Sector.

Workshop will also address various energy management initiatives taken up by various textile mills in this field. Actual success stories / case studies of Textile mills will also be discussed.

Click here to download registration form.

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