Reports

The PAT scheme: Analysis, Insights and Way Forward

Sector Energy Efficiency
Grantee PricewaterhouseCooopers
Year 2014

This report undertakes a thorough study of the various dimensions of the Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) scheme to capture the appropriateness of the present framework and possibilities of improvements in its institutional mechanisms. It also attempts to capture stakeholder thoughts towards the sustainability of the scheme in subsequent phases. Aspects studied include the broadening or horizontal expansion of the scheme with respect to sectors identified under the Electricity Act (2001).

The scope of the study includes an assessment of the performance of the scheme in the present cycle and also provides constructive feedback, observations and recommendations that may be of assistance to strengthen the scheme’s performance in the future. PAT is very crucial in achieving energy efficiency, which is the current focus of the country to achieve sustainable growth. Given this, it is anticipated that this analysis will help policymakers and PAT administrators to make informed decisions about the scheme in subsequent phases.

Tagged Under PAT scheme, Perform Achieve and Trade scheme, BEE, Bureau of Energy Efficiency

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