ABOUT CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Centre for Climate Change (CCC) of Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) established in February 2009, aims at Climate Change Abatement. The prime activities are training, R & D and consulting in Climate Change, Clean technologies, Green House Gases Accounting, Carbon Management, Solar & Renewable Energy, CDM and advisory services for Adaptation and Mitigation plans.
Training i.e. Continual Professional Development Programmes (CPDPs) are designed on on Climate Change & related matters like water management, agriculture, forestry & land-use, Climate Change Adaptation Measures; Climate Change Mitigation Strategies for moving towards low carbon economy, Sustainable Development related aspects.
Centre for Climate Change is the first to launch following new training programmes In India
CDM for Energy Efficiency Sector
CDM and REDD+ for forestry sector
Climate Change Mitigation Practices for Moving Towards Low Carbon Economy
Renewable Energy and Business Aspects
Climate Change and Adaptation Measures for India
Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Inventorization
Modeling for Climate Change Impact Assessment- Decision making Tool for formulating the Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Solar Field Engineers Training Programmes
i. R&D project “Future Climate-Engineering Solutions” in collaboration with The Danish Society of Engineers (IDA), Copenhagen, Denmark.
ii. Energy Efficiency Measures at Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Limited, Vadodara, Gujarat- Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) consultancy project.
iii. Capacity building project - “Solar Field Engineers Training on Solar Photo Voltaic and Solar Thermal”, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Delhi.
iv. Awareness programmes on Environment and Hazard Management, Ministry Of Chemicals and Fertilizers
v. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) training programmes for Power Generation, Power Transmission, Aluminum companies like PGCIL, NALCO, Coramandal Cements etc.
vi. R&D project on Climate Modeling, Analysis & Reporting
SEMINARS FY 2010-11
ECOPROFIT – Natural Resource Management
Post-Copenhagen- Immediate Task for India