Energy Consumption Survey of Kathmandu University and Comparative Study of Solar PV Installation and Diesel Generator Sets


Project Report, 2015
89 Pages, Grade: 10.0

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We would like to express our special gratitude to the Department of Mechanical Engineering of
Kathmandu University for providing the permission to carry the project 'Energy consumption
survey of Kathmandu University And comparative study of solar PV installation and diesel
generator sets'. We would like to express our sincere and deep sense of gratitude to our
Supervisor Salony Rajbhandari for the valuable guidance, motivation and inspiration throughout
our project. Furthermore, the constant support, innovative ideas and supervision in this project
was very grateful and fruitful for us.
We are also very thankful to the faculties of Department of Mechanical Engineering for their
provision of sound ambience provided for working of our project. We are grateful to Mr. Shyam
Tolange, DoME for helping out in the course of the measurements in project. We are also very
grateful to Mr. Anjani Koirala, CED for providing necessary reference materials for our project.
We are also very thankful to KU Administration and KU Constructions and Engineering
Department (CED) for their immense support on providing data supportive to our project.
Finally, we would like to thank all our friends and seniors for their constant help and support
innumerable ways.

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ABSTRACT
Our project entitled `Energy consumption survey of Kathmandu University And comparative
study of solar PV installation and diesel generator sets' is an initial step toward energy
management in Kathmandu University. It is the study on Kathmandu University to find out how
and where energy is used and to identify methods for energy savings. The major works included
in our project consists of visual inspection and data collection, observations on the general
condition of the facility and equipment and quantification, identification/verification of energy
consumption and other parameters by measurements, detailed calculations, analyses and
assumptions. This report is just a step of simple indication towards our destination of achieving
energy efficiency in Kathmandu University. We would like to emphasize that an energy audit is
a continuous process.

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SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION
S. No.
Symbols
Description
1.
V
Voltage
2.
A
Ampere
3.
W
Watt
4.
kVA
Kilo Voltage Ampere
5.
kW
KiloWatt
6.
kWh
KiloWatt Hour
S. No.
Abbreviations
Full form
1.
KU
Kathmandu University
2.
EMO
Energy Management Opportunities
3.
O&M
Operation and Maintenance
4.
T&C
Testing and Commissioning
5.
FTL
Fluorescent Tube light
6.
CFL
Compact Fluorescent Lamp
7.
LED
Light Emitting Diode
8.
LPG
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
9.
TTL
Turbine Testing Laboratory
10.
11.
TOD
NEA
Time of Day
Nepal Electricity Authority
12.
CRT
Cathode Ray Tube

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Block Diagram ... 3
Figure 2: Electrical layout of Kathmandu University ... 9
Figure 3: Electricity bill payed of F/Y 2070/71 ... 10
Figure 4: Electricity bill payed during shrawan and magh ... 10
Figure 5: Total Energy Consumption per day of KU ... 12
Figure 6: Total Energy Consumption per Month of KU... 12
Figure 7: Solar System Sizing of different blocks of KU ... 14
Figure 8: Solar System Size in Dual System ... 14
Figure 9: Solar System costing of different blocks of KU... 15
Figure 10: Generator Sizing of different blocks of KU ... 16

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Table of Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ... ii
ABSTRACT ... iii
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION ... iv
LIST OF FIGURES ... v
CHAPTER 1 ... 1
INTRODUCTION ... 1
1.1 Background ... 1
1.2 Introduction ... 1
1.3 Problem Statement ... 2
1.4 Purpose ... 2
1.5 Project Overview ... 2
1.6 Methodology ... 3
1.7 Objectives of the project ... 6
1.8 Scopes ... 6
1.9 General Assumption... 6
1.10 Limitations ... 7
CHAPTER 2 ... 8
TECHNOLOGY AND LITERATURE SURVEY ... 8
2.1 KU Present Energy Scenario ... 8
2.2 Electricity bill Payed by KU ... 9
CHAPTER 3 ... 11
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION ... 11
3.1Visual Inspection and Observation ... 11
3.2 Quantification by end use ... 11
3.3 Solar Sizing of Major Blocks ... 13
3.4 Solar System Costing ... 14
3.5 Generator Sizing ... 15
CHAPTER 4 ... 17
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS ... 17
4.1 Conclusion ... 17
4.2 Recommendations ... 17

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References ... 19
Appendix A ... 20
A.1 Energy Consumption of International Hostel ... 20
A2. Energy Consumption of New Girl's Hostel ... 24
A3. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Natural Science) ... 27
A4. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Bio-Technology) ... 30
A5. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Environment Engineering) ... 32
A6. Energy Consumption of Civil and Geomatics ... 36
A7. Energy Consumption of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Block ... 38
A8. Energy Consumption of Turbine Testing Lab ... 43
A9.Energy Consumption of Boy's Hostel ... 45
A10. Energy Consumption of Girl's Hostel ... 52
A11. Energy Consumption of Canteen ... 60
A12. Energy Consumption of CV Raman Auditorium ... 61
A13. Energy Consumption of TTC Boy's Hostel ... 61
A14. Energy Consumption of TTC Girl's Hostel ... 63
Appendix B ... 65
B1. Solar Sizing for Base Load ... 65
B2.Solar Costing of Each Block of Kathmandu University ... 68
Appendix C ... 69
C1. Energy Consumption of International Hostel Using LED Light... 69
C2. Energy Consumption of Girl's Hostel Using LED Light ... 71
C3.Energy Consumption of New Girl's Hostel using LED ... 79
Appendix D ... 82
D1.Generator Sizing in KVA of each Block ... 82

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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Background
Kathmandu University, set up by an Act of Parliament, was established in 1991, at Dhulikhel,
Kavre about 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu. Today, the University is recognized as one of the
centers of academic excellence in the country. Over the years, there has been significant progress
at KU Dhulikhel in all academic and research activities, and a parallel improvement in facilities
and infrastructure, to keep it on par with the best institutions in the world. Institutes in positions
of excellence grow with time. As on date, it has 17 Blocks with 10 departments of different
academic programs.
Kathmandu University is one of the major academic organizations of Nepal which has high
energy consumption and expenses a major investment in the monthly energy consumption.
According to the Administration of KU, the monthly payment of electricity bill is about Rupees
4.9 lakhs. The energy audit of this organization could play the major role in the field of energy
saving, management and efficiency. This will help in reducing the organization's financial
investment on energy consumption and ease the organization for investing on other development
sectors of university.
1.2 Introduction
Energy audit is a process of inspection, survey and analysis of energy use to identify ways to
reduce the energy input without negatively affecting the output. It is considered as one effective
energy management tool. It can be done in our house, workplace, hotels and industries. The main
principle of energy audit is to take actions to save energy. It is achieved by tackling the routine
wastes and replacing or upgrading, if possible, the inefficient equipment and processes.

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1.3 Problem Statement
Energy Crisis is one of the major concerns today. Within the nation, people have been compelled
to bear the hours of load shedding daily. With the lesser advancement in power production
technology, low economic condition and other factors, we are not able to fulfill the power
demand of entire nation. Within the total power production also, there has been lots of power
loss due to less efficient system. If the loss in the system can only be figured out and energy
management possibility can be determined, a remarkable power can be utilized in the necessary
sectors.
Only with the identification of the less efficient system in major industries and organization can
provide a remarkable power saving of the entire nation.
1.4 Purpose
Keeping in mind the aforementioned problems discussed in section 1.3, it is clear that
identification of less efficient system and losses and its remedy can contribute a lot in power
production sector. Many of high energy consumption organization are bearing the same problem.
It is said that energy saving itself is energy production. Hence the possible energy saving by
determining the less efficient system and replacing it with the efficient one can be very fruitful.
Kathmandu University is also one of the major energy consumption organizations. A proper
energy management in this institution can provide effective energy saving as well as capital
saving. Hence the follow up of energy audit and implementation of the solutions and
recommendations provided by it in the institution can result in effective and efficient energy
management. This can provide effective energy as well as capital saving for the organization
itself and to the whole system too.
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1.5 Project Overview
In this project, we have done the series of work demonstrated in the flowchart given below. This
will be further discussed in detail in the methodology section.

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Figure 1: Block Diagram
This energy audit report has been divided into energy consumption patterns both by departments,
hostels and offices and by end use activities lighting, fan, computers/printers, heating, water
pumping. The details will be discussed on various chapters of this report.
1.6 Methodology
1.6.1 Detailed Energy Audit Methodology
Under methodology, we have followed Detailed Energy Audit Methodology. It is a
comprehensive audit which provides a detailed energy project implementation plan for a facility,
since it evaluates all major energy using systems.
This type of audit offers the most accurate estimate of energy savings and cost. It considers the
interactive effects of all projects, accounts for the energy use of all major equipment, and
includes detailed energy cost saving calculations and project cost.
In a comprehensive audit, one of the key elements is the energy balance. This is based on an
inventory of energy using systems, assumptions of current operating conditions and calculations
of energy use. This estimated use is then compared to utility bill charges.
Visual inspection and observations
Quantification of energy consuming load
Data collection and Measurement
Analysis and assumption
Recommendations

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Detailed energy auditing is carried out in three phases: Phase I, II and III.
Phase I - Pre Audit Phase: This phase includes the visual inspection and observations of the
workplace.
Phase II - Audit Phase: It includes quantification of energy consuming equipments, data
collection and measurement, analysis and assumptions part.
Phase III - Post Audit Phase: Under this phase, Recommendations are done.
All the sub sections or the work done on these phases are discussed below in detail.

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1.6.2 Visual inspection and observations
Under the visual inspection and observations, the areas to be audited are determined. The general
building characteristics, various energy consuming equipments and their technical characteristics
are observed. Along with this power distribution in the entire plant is observed. Different types
of energy sources in the organization, its capacity and operation are observed.
1.6.3 Quantification of energy consuming equipments
The various types of energy consuming equipments in the organization and their energy
consumption are noted. The loads are segregated on the basis of end use. Here, in the case of
energy auditing of KU, the segregation is done on the following way.
1.
Lighting
2.
Fans
3.
Heaters
4.
Heating accessories
5.
Computer/Printers
6.
Water Pumping System
1.6.4 Data collection and Measurement
This will include collection of data like Equipment/system operation records, Record of
maximum demand readings, Testing and Commissioning (T&C) reports and Energy
consumption bills in previous years.
Under the measurement, identification / verification of energy consumption and other parameters
like load profile by measurements is done.
1.6.5 Analysis and Assumption
This stage of project will include the analysis of data collected like
a) Equipment or system characteristics obtained from site surveys
b) Equipment or system performance data obtained from site measurements

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c) Energy Consumption by the equipment or system in building
Upon the assumption, the future expansion of the energy consuming sites is assumed and the
analysis is made for the total power demand of the institution.
1.6.7 Recommendation
The applicable Energy Management Opportunities will be identified and proposed to be
followed. EMO will only be proposed by the calculations done by quantifying energy savings.
Finally on the basis of findings in Energy Audit, we will recommend, suggest the ways to be
applied by university for savings in energy and money.
1.7 Objectives of the project
Key Objective:
The Key Objective of this project is to present Energy Audit of Kathmandu University.
Specific Objective:
To monitor the various end use energy consumption activities in KU.
To identify the best possible alternative energy sources.
To identify, enumerate, evaluate and suggest the possible energy saving opportunities
(EMO).
1.8 Scopes
This project aims toward the energy management, planning and commission of the energy
sectors. This can be implemented in any energy consuming fields. Energy Audit of any
organization or firm provides the good scope for reducing the demand and energy consumption
by implementation of identified EMOs.
1.9 General Assumption
Average times of operation are taken for loads.
Small loads (mobile charging, radio adaptors etc) are not considered because of high load
values of others.
Demand Factor is considered on the basis of utilization
as Hostel loads are not used
at a time of college hours and vice versa.

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Assuming 1000 Laptops in college of average 30W and operated 3 hours per day.
Assumptions in Solar System Size
Loss factor
0.7
Peak Sun
4.5 hours
System Voltage
120 V
DoD
80%
System Efficiency
80%
Autonomy Days
1.5 days
1.10 Limitations
The limitations of this project can be
It does not cover the regular load profile readings of the university.
Losses on the conductor size of the distribution line in the university premises were
ignored.
Earthing/Grounding losses were not observed.
Air conditioner loads were ignored during energy audit.

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CHAPTER 2
TECHNOLOGY AND LITERATURE SURVEY
2.1 KU Present Energy Scenario
Electricity is the major form of energy for the energy consumption on institution. Apart from
electricity, LPG, Diesel generator and newly installed Solar panels are the other energy sources.
LPG as cooking fuels in hostels, staff quarters, and department kitchens, whereas diesel
generator of 220 kVA is used for backup power supply and newly installed solar panels of 10kW
in Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is an alternative energy source to the
department.
The campus had a contract load demand of 200kVA and 500kVA. 200kVA load demand is for
the entire institution which includes departments, hostels, and staff quarters whereas 500kVA
load demand is for the Turbine Testing Laboratory (TTL). KU pays its electricity bill for the
energy consumed (per kWh or per unit energy consumed) and for maximum demand charge (per
kVA of maximum demand during the month). Furthermore, the energy charge includes a
component based on time of use. The Time of Day (TOD) tariff as per NEA (Nepal Electricity
Authority) tariff order is given below.
Table 1: Time of Day Tariff as per NEA Tariff Order
Demand
Consumption during following hours of the day Energy Charge
Demand 1
1800 - 2300
Demand 2
0600 - 1800
Demand 3
2300 - 0600
The existing tariff rate is Rs. 220/kVA for maximum demand and Rs. 9.60/kWh on an average.

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Figure 2: Electrical layout of Kathmandu University
2.2 Electricity bill Payed by KU
Among the electricity bill payed by KU during the fiscal year 2070/71, Bhadra month has got
higher bill payed because of high energy consumption of loads like lights, fan, and computers.
The use of computer lab, electrical and electronics lab also causes the increment of consumption.
The electricity bill payed during summer is higher than those during winter because of more
consumption of cooling loads like fan which is in greater number.

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Figure 3: Electricity bill payed of F/Y 2070/71
Figure 4: Electricity bill payed during shrawan and magh
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Electricity Bill payed of F/Y 2070/71
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Electricity Bill payed of F/Y 2071/72

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CHAPTER 3
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
3.1Visual Inspection and Observation
We have inspected the entire university area. It includes all the existing blocks of KU. During the
survey of these blocks various types of energy consuming load, their usage and their current
operating conditions were observed. Along with it the power distribution network of the
institution was observed. The University is provided with two power lines from NEA: one for
200kVA load demand to KU and another for 500kVA load demand to TTL. The university has a
transformer of 230kVA in the 200kVA load demand side whereas two transformers of 500kVA
and 750kVA at the 500kVA load demand side. Along with the NEA Electricity energy source,
KU has diesel generator of 220kVA as backup power source and recently installed 10kW Solar
panels in Electrical and Mechanical block.
3.2 Quantification by end use
The inspected buildings' energy consuming equipments and their energy consumption has been
quantified. The loads were segregated based on the end use as lighting load, fans, Heaters,
Heating accessories, Computer/printers and Water pumping system. The energy consumption
tables of all the blocks are specified and are in Appendix A.
Energy Consumption per day and per month of all the blocks is as below:

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Figure 5: Total Energy Consumption per day of KU
Figure 6: Total Energy Consumption per Month of KU
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3.3 Solar Sizing of Major Blocks
3.3.1 Array Sizing
We have calculated the sizing of array by using the formula
Array sizing=Total Energy required/loss factor*PSH (1)
As Loss Factor=0.7
PSH=4.5
Substituting in (1) yield
Array sizing=Total Energy required/0.7*4.5
3.3.2 Battery Sizing
Battery sizing= Total Energy required*Autonomy Days/system voltage*DoD*Battery efficiency
(2)
As Autonomy Days =1.5
System voltage=120
DoD=0.8
Battery efficiency=0.8
Substituting in (2) yields
Battery sizing=Total Energy required*1.5/120*0.8*0.8
3.3.3 Inverter Sizing
Inverter sizing= Total Energy required/Power factor*Inverter efficiency (3)
As Inverter efficiency=90%
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Substituting in (3) yields
Inverter Sizing=Total Energy required/0.8*0.9
By using these formulas, we have calculated the pure and dual solar system sizing of all the
blocks of KU

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Figure 7: Solar System Sizing of different blocks of KU
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3.4 Solar System Costing
The cost of the solar system of 1 kWp is assumed to Nrs. 250000 which is calculated on the basis
of per Wp of solar cost of Nrs. 80, per Ah of battery cost to be Nrs. 170 and per VA cost is
considered to be Nrs. 100. On the basis of the per kWp cost of solar, the total cost is calculated.
Figure 9: Solar System costing of different blocks of KU
3.5 Generator Sizing
The sizing of generator is determined by using the formula as shown below:
Generator Sizing=Safety factor*Total System Load Capacity/power factor
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CHAPTER 4
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
4.1 Conclusion
There has no any energy management programs implemented in the university. As the
consequences of this, there is disorganized use of electricity resulting into the high
electricity consumption bills.
Monitoring of water pumping system shows that there exists lower efficiency in the
system.
The average load of the TTL was found within the range of 20 to 30kVA which was far
more less than the approved load by NEA. Due to which TTL has to bear the average of
Rs. 40000 of penalty loss per month.
4.2 Recommendations
Implementing use of LCD/LED monitors in campus.
Monitoring of water pumping system as the observation shows presence of less efficient
water pumps.
Revising size of approved load in TTL to avoid penalty losses.
Replacing all the CFL lights with LED light which can save energy and cost

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Appendix A
A.1 Energy Consumption of International Hostel
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
G-101
CFL
2
23
46
8
368
CFL
3
18
54
2
108
2
G-102
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
3
G-103
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
4
G-104
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
5
G-105
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
6
G-106
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
7
F-101
CFL
3
23
69
8
552
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
Freeze
1
500
500
12
6000
Rice Cooker
1
1000
1000
2
2000
8
F-102
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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F-103
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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F-104
CFL
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23
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184
CFL
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F-105
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CFL
2
18
36
2
72
12
F-106
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1
23
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8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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23
69
0
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4
18
72
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1
500
500
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1000
1000
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T-102
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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T-103
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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T-104
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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T-105
CFL
1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
18
T-106
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1
23
23
8
184
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
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Kitchen 1
CFL
3
23
69
8
552
LCD TV
1
35
35
6
210
Freeze
2
500
1000
12
12000
20
Kitchen 2
CFL
3
23
69
6
414
LCD TV
1
35
35
2
70
Freeze
2
500
1000
12
12000
21
Kitchen 3
CFL
2
23
46
6
276
LCD TV
1
35
35
2
70
Freeze
2
500
1000
12
12000
22
Corridor 1
CFL
4
18
72
10
720
23
Corridor 2
CFL
4
18
72
10
720
24
Corridor 3
CFL
4
18
72
10
720
25 Bathroom 1
CFL
4
18
72
10
720

22
Washing Machine
1
650
650
3
1950
26 Bathroom 2
CFL
4
18
72
10
720
Washing Machine
1
650
650
3
1950
27 Bathroom 3
CFL
4
18
72
10
720
Washing Machine
1
650
650
3
1950
Total
9938
60774
Seasonal Loads
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1. Winter Season
1
G-101
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
2
G-102
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
3
G-103
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
4
G-104
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
5
G-105
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
6
G-106
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
7
F-101
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
8
F-102
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
9
F-103
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
10
F-104
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
11
F-105
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
12
F-106
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
13
T-101
Heater
1
1000
1000
0
0
NoP
14
T-102
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
15
T-103
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
16
T-104
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
17
T-105
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000

23
18
T-106
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
Total
18000
68000
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1. Summer Season
1
G-101
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
2
G-102
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
3
G-103
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
4
G-104
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
5
G-105
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
6
G-106
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
7
F-101
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
8
F-102
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
9
F-103
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
10
F-104
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
11
F-105
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
12
F-106
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
13
T-101
Fan
1
60
60
0
0
NoP
14
T-102
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
15
T-103
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
16
T-104
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
17
T-105
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
18
T-106
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
Total
1080
4080

24
A2. Energy Consumption of New Girl's Hostel
S.N.
Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
G-101
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
2
G-102
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
3
G-103
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
4
G-104
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
5
G-105
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
6
F-101
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
7
F-102
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
8
F-103
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
9
F-104
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
10
F-105
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
11
F-106
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
12
F-107
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180

25
13
F-108
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
14
F-109
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
15
S-101
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
16
S-102
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
17
S-103
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
18
S-104
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
19
S-105
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
20
S-106
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
21
S-107
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
22
S-108
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
23
S-109
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
24
T-101
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
25
T-102
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
26
T-103
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
27
T-104
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180

26
28
T-105
CFL
1
23
23
9
207
CFL
2
18
36
5
180
29 Common Room 1
CFL
1
23
23
5
115
CFL
2
18
36
4
144
CFL
1
35
35
4
140
30 Common Room 2
LCD TV
1
23
23
5
115
CFL
2
18
36
4
144
LCD TV
1
35
35
4
140
31
Bathroom 1
FTL
2
40
80
12
960
CFL
4
23
92
12
1104
31
Bathroom 2
FTL
2
40
80
12
960
CFL
4
23
92
12
1104
31
Bathroom 3
FTL
2
40
80
12
960
CFL
4
23
92
12
1104
32
Corridor 1
CFL
5
18
90
12
1080
33
Corridor 2
CFL
5
18
90
12
1080
34
Corridor 3
CFL
5
18
90
12
1080
35
Outside
CFL
5
18
90
12
1080
36
Reception
LCD Computer
1
85
85
12
1020
FTL
1
40
40
12
480
Total
2841
23646

27
A3. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Natural Science)
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
2
102
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
3
103
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
4
104
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
5
105
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
LCD
Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
6
106
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
7
107
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
8
108
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
9
109
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
10
110
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
LCD
Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
11
201
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
12
202
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
13
203
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
14
204
Twin FTL
8
80
640
2
1280
15
205
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
CFL
2
18
36
1
36

28
LCD
Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
16
206
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
17
207
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
18
208
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
19
209
Twin FTL
5
80
400
2
800
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
20
210
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
CFL
2
18
36
1
36
LCD
Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
21
Restroom
1
CFL
4
22
88
2
176
22
Restroom
2
CFL
4
22
88
2
176
23
Restroom
3
CFL
4
22
88
2
176
24
Corridor
1
CFL
7
22
154
3
462
25
Corridor
2
CFL
7
22
154
3
462
26
Corridor
3
CFL
7
22
154
3
462
27
Corridor
4
CFL
7
22
154
3
462

29
Total
14708
30824
Seasonal Loads
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments
Quantity
Powe
r
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
Winter Season
1
105
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
2
110
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
3
205
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
4
210
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
Total
4000
16000
Summer Season
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments
Quantity
Powe
r
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
2
102
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
3
103
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
4
104
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
5
105
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
6
106
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
7
107
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
8
108
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
9
109
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
10
110
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
11
201
Fan
2
85
170
4
680

30
12
202
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
13
203
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
14
204
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
15
205
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
16
206
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
17
207
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
18
208
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
19
209
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
20
210
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
Total
3400
13600
A4. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Bio-Technology)
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
2
102
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
3
103
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
4
104
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
5
105
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
6
106
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
7
107
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
8
108
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
9
109
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
10
110
Twin FTL
6
80
480
2
960
CFL
2
18
36
2
72
LCD Computer
6
85
510
6
3060
Printer
2
550
1100
1
1100

31
11 Restroom 1
CFL
3
18
54
2
108
12 Restroom 2
CFL
3
18
54
2
108
13
Corridor 1
CFL
5
18
90
3
270
14
Corridor 2
CFL
4
18
72
3
216
Total
5276
11654
Seasonal Loads
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
Winter Season
1
110
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
Total
1000
4000
Summer Season
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
2
102
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
3
103
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
4
104
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
5
105
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
6
106
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
7
107
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
8
108
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
9
109
Fan
2
85
170
4
680

32
10
110
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
Total
1700
6800
A5. Energy Consumption of School of Science (Environment Engineering)
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
G-01
FTL
4
40
160
4
640
CFL
5
18
90
2
180
2
F-01
FTL
4
40
160
4
640
CFL
5
18
90
2
180
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
3
F-02
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
4
F-03
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
5
F-04
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
6
F-05
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
7
F-06
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510

33
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
8
F-07
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
11
85
935
6
5610
Printer
2
550
1100
1
1100
9
F-08
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
10
F-09
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
11
S-01
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
12
S-02
CFL
4
18
72
3
216
13
S-03
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
14
S-04
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
15
S-05
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
11
85
935
6
5610
Printer
2
550
1100
1
1100

34
16
S-06
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
17
S-07
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
18
S-08
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
19
S-09
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
20
S-10
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
21
S-11
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
22
S-12
FTL
2
40
80
3
240
CFL
4
18
72
2
144
LCD Computer
1
85
85
6
510
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
23 Restroom 1
CFL
1
18
18
2
36
24 Restroom 2
CFL
1
18
18
2
36
25 Restroom 3
CFL
1
18
18
2
36
26 Restroom 4
CFL
1
18
18
2
36
Total
15897
36216
Seasonal Loads
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks

35
(W)
Winter Season
1
G-01
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
2
F-01
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
3
F-03
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
4
F-05
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
5
S-01
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
6
S-03
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
7
S-05
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
Total
7000
28000
Summer Season
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
G-01
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
2
F-01
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
3
F-03
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
4
F-05
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
5
S-01
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
6
S-03
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
7
S-05
Fan
1
60
60
4
240
Total
420
1680

36
A6. Energy Consumption of Civil and Geomatics
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Twin FTL
4
40
160
3
480
CFL
3
23
69
2
138
LCD Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
Printer
1
750
750
1
750
2
102
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
3
103
Twin FTL
4
40
160
3
480
LCD Computer
5
85
425
6
2550
Printer
2
550
1100
1
1100
4
104
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
5
105
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
6
106
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
7
107
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
8
108
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
9
109
Twin FTL
4
80
320
2
640
10
110
Twin FTL
4
80
320
3
960
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
Printer
1
550
550
1
550
23 Restroom 1
CFL
3
18
54
2
108
24 Restroom 2
CFL
3
18
54
2
108
25
Corridor 1
CFL
5
18
90
2
180
26
Corridor 2
CFL
5
18
90
2
180
Total
6487
14614
Seasonal Loads

37
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
Winter Season
1
101
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
2
103
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
3
110
Heater
1
1000
1000
4
4000
Total
3000
12000
Summer Season
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
2
102
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
3
103
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
4
104
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
5
105
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
6
106
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
7
107
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
8
108
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
9
109
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
10
110
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
Total
1700
6800

38
A7. Energy Consumption of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Block
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
LCD Computer
1
85
85
4
340
2
102
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
3
103
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
4
104
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
104A
CFL
2
9
18
2
36
5
202
Twin FTL
12
22
264
2
528
LCD Computer
30
85
2550
2
5100
6
203
Twin FTL
9
22
198
2
396
7
204
Twin FTL
2
22
44
2
88
8
301
Twin FTL
2
22
44
2
88
9
302
Twin FTL
12
22
264
2
528
LCD Computer
30
85
2550
2
5100
10
303
CFL
2
20
40
2
80
11
304
Twin FTL
9
22
198
2
396
12
Geospatial
lab
Tube Light
1
40
40
3
120
Central CFL
1
80
80
1
80
13
306
Twin FTL
5
22
110
2
220
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
14
307
CFL
1
20
20
2
40
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
15
308
CFL
1
20
20
2
40
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
16
309
CFL
1
20
20
2
40
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
17
310
CFL
1
20
20
2
40

39
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
18
311
CFL
1
20
20
2
40
LCD Computer
2
85
170
6
1020
19
401/Electr
onics Lab
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
CFL
4
22
88
2
176
CRT Computer
6
125
750
2
1500
LCD Computer
25
85
2125
2
4250
20
402/Com
m. Lab
CFL
9
20
180
2
360
Heater
3
1200
3600
4
1440
0
LCD Computer
6
85
510
2
1020
21
403/DSP
Lab
CFL
4
20
80
2
160
LCD Computer
8
85
680
2
1360
22
404/
Electrical
Lab
CFL
6
20
120
2
240
CRT Computer
1
125
125
1
125
LCD Computer
10
85
850
1
850
23
405
CFL
4
22
88
2
176
LCD Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
405 A
CFL
1
9
9
2
18
24
407
CFL
8
20
160
2
320
LCD Computer
12
85
1020
2
2040
Printer
2
750
1500
1.5
2250
25
408
Twin FTL
6
22
132
2
264
26
409
Twin FTL
6
22
132
2
264
27
410
Twin FTL
8
22
176
2
352
LCD Computer
12
85
1020
2
2040
Printer
2
750
1500
1
1500
28
412
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
CRT Computer
6
125
750
2
1500
LCD Computer
10
85
850
2
1700

40
29
500A
Twin FTL
2
22
44
2
88
CRT Computer
3
125
375
4
1500
LCD Computer
4
85
340
4
1360
Printer
2
750
1500
1
1500
30
500B
Twin FTL
2
22
44
2
88
CFL
2
20
40
2
80
Fridge
1
500
500
12
6000
Water Boiler
1
800
800
1
800
Microwave
oven
1
300
300
1
300
Electric
Chimney
1
130
130
2
260
31
502
CFL
9
20
180
2
360
32
503
CFL
9
20
180
2
360
33
504
CFL
9
20
180
2
360
34
505
CFL
9
20
180
2
360
35
506
Twin FTL
6
22
132
2
264
LCD Computer
3
85
255
6
1530
36
Corridor 1
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
37
Corridor 2
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
38
Corridor 3
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
39
Corridor 4
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
40
Corridor 5
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
41
Corridor 6
Twin FTL
7
22
154
1
154
42
Corridor 7
CFL
5
20
100
1
100
43
Corridor 8
CFL
5
20
100
1
100
44
Corridor 9
CFL
5
20
100
1
100
45
Rest
Room 1
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
46
Rest
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176

41
Room 2
47
Rest
Room 3
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
48
Rest
Room 4
Twin FTL
4
22
88
2
176
49
Entry Gate
Central CFL
1
80
80
1
80
50
Entry Gate
Sony TV
1
70
70
6
420
Total
31821
7667
3
Seasonal Loads
Winter Season
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Heater
1
1200
1200
4
4800
2
405
Heater
2
1200
2400
4
9600
3
506
Heater
2
1200
2400
4
9600
Total
6000
2400
0

42
Summer Season
S.N. Room No.
Equipments
Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
2
102
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
3
103
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
4
104
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
104 A
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
5
202
Fan
8
85
680
5
3400
6
203
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
7
204
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
8
301
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
9
302
Fan
8
85
680
4
2720
10
303
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
11
304
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
12
306
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
13
401/Electr
onics Lab
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
14
402/Com
m. Lab
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
15
403/DSP
Lab
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
16
404/Electr
ical Lab
Fan
4
85
340
5
1700
17
405
Fan
4
85
340
2
680
18
407
Fan
3
85
255
5
1275
19
408
Fan
3
85
255
4
1020
20
409
Fan
3
85
255
4
1020

43
21
410
Fan
3
85
255
4
1020
22
412
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
23
500A
Fan
2
85
170
4
680
24
500B
Fan
2
85
170
5
850
25
502
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
26
503
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
27
504
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
28
505
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
29
506
Fan
3
85
255
4
1020
Total
8585
3510
5
A8. Energy Consumption of Turbine Testing Lab
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
TTL
Mini Tube
Light
17
20
340
3
1020
2
Tube Light
12
40
480
3
1440
3
CFL
12
30
360
2
720
4
CFL
2
20
40
2
80
Total
1220
3260

44
Seasonal Load
Winter Season
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1 TTl
Heater
2
1200
2400
4
9600
Total
2400
9600
Summer Season
S.N.
Room
No.
Equipments Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
TTL
Fan
4
85
340
4
1360
Total
340
1360

45
A9.Energy Consumption of Boy's Hostel
S.N. Room No. Equipments Quantity
Power
(W)
Total
Power
(W)
Opearting
Hour (hr)
Total
(Wh)
Remarks
1
101
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
2
102
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
3
103
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
4
104
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
5
105
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
6
106
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
7
107
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
8
108
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
9
109
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
10
110
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
11
111
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
12
112
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
13
113
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
14
114
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
15
115
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96

46
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
16
116
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
17
117
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
18
118
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
19
119
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
20
120
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
21
121
LED Light
2
40
80
4
320
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
22
201
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
23
202
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
24
203
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
25
204
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
26
205
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
27
206
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
28
207
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
29
208
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
30
209
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
31
210
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
32
211
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
33
212
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360

47
34
213
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
35
214
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
36
215
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
37
216
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
38
217
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
39
218
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
40
219
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
41
220
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
42
221
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
43
222
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
44
223
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
45
224
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
46
225
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
47
226
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
48
227
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
49
228
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
Rice Cooker
1
1000
1000
1
1000
Fridge
1
500
500
12
6000
Heater
1
1200
1200
4
4800
Iron
1
1000
1000
1
1000

48
50
229
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
51
230
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
52
231
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
53
232
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
54
233
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
55
234
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
56
235
LED Light
5
12
60
4
240
57
301
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
58
302
LED Light
5
12
60
4
240
59
303
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
60
304
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
61
305
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
62
306
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
63
307
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
64
308
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
65
309
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
66
310
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
67
311
LED Light
5
12
60
4
240
68
312
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96

49
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
69
313
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
70
314
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
71
315
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
72
316
LED Light
5
12
60
10
600
73
317
LED Light
2
12
24
4
96
FTL
1
40
40
9
360
74
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