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India is one of the fastest growing countries in terms of energy consumption. Currently, it is the fifth largest consumer of energy in the world, and will be the third largest by 2030. …

India is one of the fastest growing countries in terms of energy consumption. Currently, it is the fifth largest consumer of energy in the world, and will be the third largest by 2030.

Energy Alternatives India ( www.eai.in ) is the premier online resource that provides comprehensive information support and updates for the fast-growing renewable energy industry in India. Through its web site, blog and forum, EAI will provide a platform for all the industry participants to be informed, to interact and involve themselves in the renewable energy revolution.


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  • 1. Renewable Energy in India – Why should you care? Narasimhan Santhanam EAI, www.eai.in
  • 2. India’s current electricity production
    • Installed capacity: Approx 150 GW
    • Primarily based on coal (52%) & large hydro (27%)
    • Wind (7%) is the largest alternative energy component
    • Total non-hydro renewable energy is only about 8% of total
  • 3. Future electricity requirements
    • Could require 350 GW by 2017 (McKinsey)
    • Where does the additional 200 GW come from?
      • From fossil fuels (coal, natural gas) and
      • Renewables
  • 4. Renewable Energy
    • Solar *
    • Wind *
    • Hydro – small and large *
    • Biofuels
    • Wave and tidal
    • Geothermal
  • 5. TODAY, India has abundant renewable energy resources, BUT …
    • Renewable resources are costly
    • Renewable resources are distributed
    • Renewable resources are intermittent
  • 6. Better Storage = Better RE
    • Better energy storage  higher reliability
    • Better energy storage  lower costs
    • Better energy storage  distributed electricity generation
  • 7. So, what’s the catch?
    • TODAY
    • Energy storage is costly (could increase energy production costs 100-300%!)
    • Energy storage for utility-scale is still evolving
    • Renewable energy is just starting off (less than 3% of total)
  • 8. But TOMORROW’s another day
    • Many off-grids & more distributed generation – demand side pull
    • RE has scale – prompts investments and lowers costs
    • Technological advancements – lowers storage costs
  • 9.
    • Energy storage could be one of the biggest business opportunities
    Tomorrow…
  • 10. “ What’s in it for me?”
    • Indian market driven by strong economy, government mandates and incentives
      • - Increasing need for electricity storage
      • - 68000 unelectrified villages
      • - National Solar Mission (2 MW – 20000 MW in 12 years!)
      • - National Village Electrification Programme
      • - Investor friendly policies ( 100% FDI in renewables… )
  • 11.
    • Batteries – Lead acid, Li-ion, flow batteries, NaS
    • Thermal energy storage – Solar CSP
    • Fuel cells
    • Pumped hydro
    • Compressed air energy storage
    • Flywheel
    • Superconducting magnetic energy storage
    • Supercapacitors
    Technologies to watch out for
  • 12.
    • Energy storage (Battery) requirements for:
    • Off-grid Solar PV market – rooftop solar
    • Village electrification
    • Commercial demand for replacing DG sets
    • Solar-based products – lanterns, lamps and more
    • Indian cellular tower industry
    Markets to watch out for
  • 13.
    • For small companies
      • Value added reseller of solar products & modules
      • Manufacturing solar-based products on small-scale
    • For medium and large companies
      • Tie-ups with large panel and solar product manufacturers
      • Entering new battery tech such as flow batteries & NaS
    Opportunities for small and large companies
  • 14.
    • Joint ventures & research partnerships
      • New technologies and applications
    • Value added resellers
      • Specific industries (cellular) / markets (local villages)
    • OEM partnerships
      • solar modules manufacturers/solar product suppliers
    Opportunities for partnerships
  • 15.
      • New markets - Non-consumers becoming consumers, grid-connected power generation segment
      • New sources - Use in emerging renewable energy sources such as tidal, wave & geothermal
      • New products – Use of RE for new products that have critical need for batteries
    Opportunities from innovations
  • 16.
    • Secondary research – read up more on your target segment
    • Primary research – talk to the market
    • Foot in the door – get your hands dirty at least cost
    “ What should I do?”
  • 17.
    • All the best!
    • [email_address]
    • 9 8413 48117