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  • WOOD ENERGY
    • Mainly consumed for domestic purposes
    • Wood energy consumption was 3290PJ in 1994
    • 30% of total energy consumption
  • HYDROELECTRIC POWER
    • Large hydroelectric projects accounts for 20% world power generation
  • THERMAL POWER
  • SOLAR ENERGY
    • Converts sunlight to electrical energy
    • Solar thermal plants
    • Can be used at night time also
    • Used for domestic purposes like solar heater,gyser etc.
  • AKSHAY URJA SHOP
    • To make renewable energy product available to people
    • Provide after sale services
    • 297 shops in 28 states
  • ENERGY PARKS
    • Awareness about new technologies
    • Demonstrate their working
    • 20 energy parks in 18 districts
  • GEOTHERMAL POWER
    • Uses steam beneath hot underground beds to drive the turbine
    • Economic and environmental benefits
    • Non stop electricity supply
    • One time investment
    • Low maintenance cost
    • Incentives given by govt.
    • Low area requirement
    • Geothermal- 7640sqm per megawatt
    • Solar- 710418sqm per megawatt
    • Coal plant- 430556sqm per megawatt
    • Nuclear- 107639sqm per megawatt
    • Offers energy security
    • EGS- engineered geothermal systems
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  • Potential geothermal provinces Province     Surface T o C     Reservoir T o C    Heat Flow      Thermal gradient ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Himalaya       >90                   260                        468               100 Cambay         40-90               150-175                80-93              70 West coast     46-72               102-137                75-129           47-59 SONATA      60 - 95             105-217               120-290           60-90 Godavari       50-60               175-215                 93-104            60   __________________________________________ Heat flow:  mW/m 2 ; Thermal gradient: o C/km
  • WIND ENERGY
  • NUCLEAR POWER
    • More demand and less supply
    • Net deficit – 10 to 14 %
    • 65% contributed by thermal energy
    • Current capacity – 3.9 GW
    • Contribute 3% of the total
    • Supply would be double in next 5 years
    • Will get 5 times by 2020
  • NATURAL GAS
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