Arvind Limited, denim major ranked first among 70 textiles players scrutinized the Ministry of Power on the National Energy Conservation Day on 14 December 2014. Arvind achieved nearly 22 percent reduction in specific consumption in thermal energy and 18 percent reduction in power usage from last financial year in the textile sector.
The company bagged National Energy Conservation Award 2014 of the Ministry of Power, Government of India on Sunday.
The company achieved power savings through energy efficient air compressors, unity power factor, reduction in specific consumption in humidification plant, energy efficient boilers and power savings in lights using LEDs and magnetic amplifiers, the company statement said.
Modifications were also done in pumps and motors for optimum and high efficiency running along with utilization of day light in the plant.
The National Energy Conservation Day is celebrated on December 14 every year and the Ministry of Power awards companies from different industry groups for creating benchmarks in energy conservation.
Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) evaluates the data and shortlists companies. These shortlisted organizations are audited by Ministry of Power, Government of India. Based on their recommendations energy conservation award is decided.
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