Danfoss Industries has signed a MoU with National Productivity Council, Government of India (NPC) to leverage common facilities for training in the area of energy efficiency, work towards improving the course modules and further on energy audit support on a case to case basis.
NPC and Danfoss India have been working together in the areas of improving energy efficiency and have in the past worked together in preparing the energy efficiency curriculum for Energy Auditors and have worked together in training/skill development of trainees from public sector under takings.
A recent industry report suggests that basis the current consumption pattern the energy demand from Industries in India is expected to grow to about 5397 TWh/yr by 2027.
Danfoss, however, thinks that by adopting effective measures towards energy efficiency, industries can expect the demand to reduce to 5143 TWh/yr which is reduction of 254 TWh/yr -equivalent to approximately 42333 Million dollars.
As per this agreement, NPC and Danfoss India will utilize the training facilities for developing practical and theoretical training in the field of improving energy efficiency. The Energy efficiency modules will be specifically designed towards but not limited to Refrigeration, Air conditioning, industries covered under PAT modules of Bureau of Energy Efficiency etc.
Moreover, the MoU will enable both signatories to share experiences and relevant information on energy efficiency and ways to implement them across sectors specifically focusing on RAC and other energy consuming divisions in energy intensive industries.
Being mutual knowledge partners, NPC and Danfoss India will collaborate with an integrated approach for developing skilled workforce in India through curriculum development, demand driven course development and development of teaching methodologies and training/capacity building.”
Both parties will also collaborate with an integrated approach for developing skilled workforce in India through curriculum development, demand driven course development and development of teaching methodologies and training/capacity building.