Several other projects will be executed by EESL for the state government, including conversion of 500 government-owned buildings into energy efficient buildings over three years; installation and maintenance of energy efficient LED street lights in 1000 Gram Panchayats in Andhra Pradesh over a period of 10 years and replacement of over 10 lakh inefficient agriculture pump sets with energy efficient agricultural pump sets over three years.
Chief Minister Shri N. Chandrababu Naidu encouraged EESL and this partnership. Shri Naidu affirmed that EESL’s partnership with the Government of Andhra Pradesh is essential for the state’s energy efficiency projects.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Saurabh Kumar, Managing Director, EESL said, “The state of Andhra Pradesh has been leading in energy efficiency efforts and stands as an example to other states of the country to emulate best practices. Such commitment will provide a conducive environment for energy efficiency measures to be adopted all over the country”
Under the AMRUT scheme, EESL will also work with the Government of Andhra Pradesh in preparation of Investment Grade Energy Audit (IGEA) Report for determining potential of implementation of Energy Efficiency Projects in the Public Water Works and/ or Sewerage Systems.
Majority of the MoUs signed will be led by AP State Energy Efficiency Development Corporation (APSEEDCO), a special purpose vehicle with participation of APTransco, APGenco, Discoms and EESL.