These videos provide an overview of UNDP’s partnership with the Ministry of Steel, Government of India and the Global Environment Facility which is helping steel re-rolling mills address barriers to large-scale commercialization of energy-efficient technologies.
The Power of Energy Efficiency: Ludhiana Leads the Way
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UNDP’s partnership with the Ministry of Steel, Government of India and the Global Environment Facility has reduced greenhouse gas emissions and improved energy efficiency in a steel re-rolling mill in Ludhiana, one of the most polluted cities in the world. This partnerships through interventions such as technology improvements and capacity building have resulted in reduction of fuel consumption in the mill by 28 percent, power consumption by 27 percent, and burning loss by 37 percent.
The Power of Energy Efficiency: MPK Steel, Rajasthan
India’s INDC is prepared in a balanced and comprehensive manner to reflect all issues of
mitigation, adaptation, finance, technology transfer and capacity building while simultaneously endeavoring to meet all the developmental challenges that the country faces today.
A UNDP-Ministry of Steel partnership supported by the Global Environment Facility has helped MPK Steel in Rajasthan to create an efficient and profitable business that addresses climate change concerns. The project has helped the mill reduce power consumption by 30 percent, cut coal consumption by 45 percent and increase productivity by 68 percent.
The Power of Energy Efficiency: Pulkit Steel Re-Rolling Mills, Pondicherry
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