government of meghalaya



“Some solutions are relatively simple and would provide economic benefits: implementing measures to conserve energy, putting a price on carbon through taxes and cap-and-trade and shifting from fossil fuels to clean and renewable energy sources.” David Suzuki – Canadian Scientist

ABSTRACT As the 7 th largest nation in the world, India is also the world’s 5 th largest economy by nominal GDP and the 3 rd largest by purchasing power parity. India is considered one of the emerging superpowers of the world. In 2015, India became the world's fastest growing economy with an 7.5% estimated GDP rate (mid year terms). The country must overcome many economic, social, and political problems before it can be considered a superpower. Energy is the major source for the economic development of any country. India’s energy consumption has been increasing at a relatively fast rate due to population growth and economic development in the recent years. Energy plays substantial role in economic, hence relationship between energy consumption and economic growth is an important issue for economists. Renewable energy is one of the environmentally friendly sources of energy and effectiveness of growth economic and relatively in line with India's economic growth. India is the world's third largest producer and third largest consumer of electricity. The national electric grid in India has an installed capacity of 364.17 GW as of 31 October 2019. The per capita electricity consumption is low compared to most other countries despite India having a low electricity tariff. Developed nations are promoting clean energy technologies due to their heightened sensitivity towards the environment and being mandated under the various international climate conventions like the United Nations Framework on Climate Change, or, UNFCCC. India has its own sets of reasons for pursuing a low-carbon growth direction. It has envisioned 15% of electricity contribution from renewable energy sources by 2020 as against the present share of 6%, advocated under the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC). This shall necessitate significant scaling up of RE capacity in similar terms. Renewable Energy projects are associated with high capital cost and lower levels of energy generation (due to limited availability of natural resources like solar radiation and wind velocity), leading to higher cost of energy generation. Besides, they lack the ability to reach economies of scale (due to limited availability of contiguous land area in resource rich regions); most wind and solar projects are limited to not more than few hundred megawatts of capacity.

SHOW THE WORLD IT CAN BE DONE In future, the Asian market and the world will look upon our system with admiration. We take great pride in the fact that our system can deliver all this with zero CO2 emission commitments whilst creating a cutting-edge, stable infrastructure for supplying more electricity production for the people with NO taxpayer’s money being spent anywhere anytime. Furthermore, our system utilizes a collection of rainwater and condensation water as supply source to our storage area; it cleans the water to drinking standard and delivers clean water directly to our consumer. It all comes down to one thing and one thing only – to help other people.

THE PROPOSAL This proposal is drafted to get the attention of the Government of Meghalaya. As one of the scenic and tourist spots in India, Meghalaya must consider steps to the next level in implementing the green initiatives for its electricity supply to 3,211,474 citizens residing in this beautiful state that overseeing the Lesser Himalayas. There should not be a barrier for the Government of Meghalaya from implementing the Renewable Energy that powered from natural and replenishable sources in the world ~ water. It is our honour to share the system we developed and improvised to help in generating sustainable power that produces reliable green power and saves on the high electricity, which will help companies and nations managing their power sources. Our system uses all elements of what defined as Renewable Energy. The energy generated from renewable resources naturally replenished on human timescales, such as water and wind. With the system, Government of Meghalaya will save tremendously in the electricity expenditure as well as providing cleaner energy to the citizens. The Government of Meghalaya will enjoy the world's recognition of the effort. Not only for providing green energy but also for caring for the environment and keeping nature at its best form.


To overcome the high rising electricity production cost, many Governments in the world are encouraging initiatives by utilizing space for solar power. Solar is the best choice to harvest free electricity. However, investment is costly. It cost millions to install a set of the solar system to produce a certain amount of power requires. Disadvantages of Solar Energy: Cost The initial cost of purchasing a solar system is fairly high. This includes paying for solar panels, inverter, batteries, wiring, and for the installation. Weather Dependent Solar panels are dependent on sunlight to effectively gather solar energy. Therefore, a few cloudy, rainy days can have a noticeable effect on the energy system. Also, solar energy cannot be collected during the night. Uses a Lot of Space The more electricity you want to produce, the more solar panels you will need, as you want to collect as much sunlight as possible. Solar PV panels require a lot of space and some roofs are not big enough to fit the number of solar panels that you would like to have. Associated with Pollution There are some toxic materials and hazardous products used during the manufacturing process of solar photovoltaic systems, which can indirectly affect the environment.

ADVANTAGES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY BY ELQUATOR On the other hand, the energy system developed by ElQuator is more suitable for the environment. It is environmentally friendly with no trace of any environment impacts and no CO2 produced during the process of energy production. Advantages of Renewable Energy System by ElQuator: Cost The full installation of Stand-Alone Micro-Hydro System will be fully bear by ElQuator. Weather Friendly Our Stand-Alone Micro-Hydro System works in all kind of weather, 24 hours a day. Energy collects and stores in our smart energy system and available when needed. Space Utilizing Only utilize small footprint for our Stand-Alone Micro-Hydro System compare to solar Pollution Free No toxic materials and hazardous products used to produce our Stand- Alone Micro-Hydro System. Production of the system is done in Green practice to ensure it is 100% green and environmentally friendly


Too good to be true? ElQuator will put up a complete energy plant system for the Government of Meghalaya’s electricity requirement without charging anything! YES! It is a ZERO INVESTMENT for the Government of Meghalaya. What the Government of Meghalaya will enjoy, and we can contribute and offer? We can help the Government of Meghalaya to save on high electricity producing cost by using our energy system which we developed and improvised to make it more affordable and cheaper We will provide a viable and workable system that does not cost a single cent to the Government of Meghalaya We will help the Government of Meghalaya to save millions of Rupees in electricity production and bill We provide Sustainably, Renewable and Green Energy power We produce 24/7 sustainable energy that runs on its own with zero CO2 impact on the environment Power can be supplied approximately after 12 weeks of the system’s installation No cost for service and maintenance We provide job opportunity for the locals The Government of Meghalaya can enjoy any initiatives by the the international bodies for adapting to Renewable Energy e.g the Carbon Credits (if buying the systems)


To enjoy the luxury of the green power while saving the Rupees as well as the greenhouse gas emission, the pricing as below:

With Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Tariff Price:

INR 7 per kilo-watt hours Carbon Credits: Claimable by ElQuator

Buying the Systems Selling Price:

USD 1,820,000.00 per one (1) MWp Carbon Credits: Claimable by the Government of Meghalaya

Carbon Credits Electricity:

1000kWh x 24 hours x 30 days = 720,000 kW

CO2 Values:

0.450 kg per kilowatt-hours

CO2 Values Saved:

324,000 kg of CO2

Carbon Credits Value: Carbon Credits Claim:

USD 40 per tonne CO2

USD 12,960.00 per MW per month


Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) – Zero Investment Price: INR 7 per kilowatt-hours Agreement Term: 25 years and above Increment: 1.2% annually Service & Maintenance: Included Agreement Sample: As attached in the email

Outright Purchase Price:

USD 1,820,000.00 per one (1) MWp system

Agreement Term: 5 years contract for S&M Service & Maintenance USD 0.02 per kilowatt-hours Charge: Payment Term: 60% payment upon signing 20% before shipment 10% on site

10% no later than eight (8) days after the first test


• Micro Hydro System is also known as a stand-alone hydro system. The unit can stand on its own and able to produce any amount of energy as it designed for, but it is not wise to run any system on 100% full performance. It will only be run on 75% performance 24 hours a day but will be put full 100% performance when needed. • The Micro Hydro System is simple as described in Wikipedia as pump hydro. There is mathematics in this that needs to be abided. Power in and power out minus lost in transmission is the well-known factor. Also, to use small power to gain larger power. • To make it simple in this resume, we use from 22% to 28% of the total power produced to have the 100% outcome from the main generator. We drop the water from a minimum height of 15 meters and at an angle of 32 degrees. The water run along a pipe size dimensioned to the specifications for the outcome. The pipes have small impellers along with it to produce DC power to storage. • When the water hits the main Pelton turbine, the turbine will rotate. The rotations go to the generator that produces AC power into either a synchronizer or controller, transformer and then to the grid. The synchronizer or controller use to make sure the HZ, AMP, and voltage are the required specifications. The water reaches in the upper reservoir after leaving the main turbine Pelton. From here it will be guided to the 4 + 2 meter Kaplan gate system, before sending it back to the reservoir at 15 meters up. • The Kaplan gate system is only for the power to return to the pump systems. It is when 22% to 28% of the power produced is used back to push the water back into the reservoir for the next cycle. It also acts as the backup system when needed if there is a break down to the system. • Micro Hydro system, on the other hand, has a lot of components. The main parts of the system are the AC generators and AC pumps, metal pipes in a various dimension and length; Pelton, Francis and Kaplan Turbine are all known in the hydro system. Size of the pipes matches the head and water speed. Control unit is custom made depends to project. H beam and ankle iron are 80% of the system's structure. STAND-ALONE MICRO-HYDRO SYSTEM


• In this system we use our own energy to recycle the water, the spinning shafts move the water back to its own reservoir • By using a siphoning principle, power is generated twice in the process • Concurrently, hot tank from system 2 And 3 are cooled down in the reservoir • 100% independent and relatively small in size




• All our system can be monitored through our control room or from any smartphone. The system will allow us to monitor our System’s plant performance. • It will show all the data including the system's status, energy generated, and usage and carbon footprint saved • The monitoring system is designed according to the system used by our in-house programmer. It can be customized to suits the needs of our client • The system's intelligent will notify us if the system seized or having difficulties in any part of its components. The technical team will be dispatch immediately to check the situation to avoid power disruption • As part of our client, senior management of the Government of Meghalaya will able to access the monitoring system. Access to the system is only in your palm. Simple and efficiently monitored


“A good company offers excellent products and services. A great company also offers excellent products and services but also strives to make the world a better place.” - Philip Kotler. We’re giving back 4% of our gross profit to the local communities as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We believe that corporate responsibility is a virtuous cycle, where our support helps to build and grow sustainable environments in which everyone prospers. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” - Jane Goodall As we fight to produce clean energy, we are taking things seriously for the future. Our aim is to use raw materials that which are environmentally friendly and to set up our micro hydro system in a green manner. All of our materials such as aluminium and iron can be recycled after 100 years of usage. So as much as we want to build, we will surely not contribute more to endangering our world. PRODUCE AND DISPOSE PLAN

ElQuator Sdn Bhd No 15, Jalan P4/8B, Palm Industrial Park

Bandar Teknologi Kajang 43500 Semenyih, Selangor Tel: +6(03)8726 0207 Email:

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