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India having the second highest population in the world has the world’s fifth-largest electricity generation capacity. However, still the per capita consumption of electricity is one of the lowest ...

India having the second highest population in the world has the world’s fifth-largest electricity generation capacity. However, still the per capita consumption of electricity is one of the lowest in the world and owing to the multifold increase in the industrialization and other aspects of the economy the demand of power is expected to surge in the coming years.

Due to these reasons, the power sector is high on priority for both the Government & Private bodies as it offers tremendous potential for investing companies based on the sheer size of the market and the returns available on investment capital.

Power India has prepared and attached a report on the installed power generating capacity of India as of September 2013.

In this report, country’s total installed capacity as on the month ending of September 2013 has been analyzed and depicted in the tabular as well as graphical formats.

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    India's Power Generating Capacity - September 2013 India's Power Generating Capacity - September 2013 Document Transcript

    • POWER INDIA India’s Installed Power Capacity (September 2013) Executive Summary Analysis of Power Generating Capacity Region wise State wise Ownership wise Energy Sources wise Summary Connect with us November 6, 2013
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    • Power India India having the second highest population in the world has the world’s fifthlargest electricity generation capacity. However, still the per capita consumption of electricity is one of the lowest in the world and owing to the multifold increase in the industrialization and other aspects of the economy the demand of power is expected to surge in the coming years. Due to these reasons, the power sector is high on priority for both the Government & Private bodies as it offers tremendous potential for investing companies based on the sheer size of the market and the returns available on investment capital. The Indian power sector is one of the most diversified sectors in the world. Power in India is generated from commercial sources like coal, lignite, natural gas, oil, hydro and nuclear power as well as other viable non-conventional sources like wind, solar, agriculture and domestic waste. The demand for electricity in the country has been growing at a rapid rate and is expected to increase further in the years to come. In order to meet the increasing requirement of electricity, massive addition to the installed generating capacity in the country is required. In this report, country’s total installed capacity as on the month ending of September 2013 has been analyzed and depicted in the tabular as well as graphical formats. Power India Executive Summary
    • Power India Region Wise  Power Sector in India has been divided into 5 basic regions;  Northern region comprise 9 states & Union Territories; Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand & Chandigarh.  Western region comprises 7 states & Union Territories; Goa, Daman & Diu, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra & Dadar and Nagar Haveli  Southern region comprises 6 states & Union Territories; Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, NLC & Puducherry  Eastern region comprises 6 states & Union Territories; Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, DVC, Orissa & Sikkim  North-Eastern region comprises 7 states & Union Territories; Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur, Nagaland & Mizoram  Apart from the above the island of Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep are also the parts of Indian’s Power Sector.  The installed capacity of power projects for each of the above regions are depicted below. Region Western Capacity (MW) 78,757 Northern 61,301 Southern 56,823 Eastern 28,858 North-Eastern Islands Total 2,906 76 2,28,722  The pie-chart of the region wise capacity is depicted below. around 34% share; followed by Northern Region (27%), Southern Region (25%) and Eastern Region (13%).  North-Eastern & Islands region hare having less then 1% share in the total power portfolio of the country. Power India  As can be inferred from the pie-chart Western region tops the list with
    • Power India State wise  State wise installed capacity of the country is depicted in the below table.  Maharashtra tops the list with around 14% share followed by Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh. SN State Installed Capacity (MW) Maharashtra 31,934 2 Gujarat 26,126 3 Tamil Nadu 20,112 4 Andhra Pradesh 17,175 5 Uttar Pradesh 14,079 6 Karnataka 13,818 7 Rajasthan 13,212 8 Madhya Pradesh 11,229 9 West Bengal 8,654 10 Haryana 8,220 11 Punjab 7,659 12 Delhi 7,429 13 Odisha 7,296 14 Central Unalloted 6,885 15 Chhatisgarh 6,862 16 DVC 6,839 17 Kerala 3,856 18 Himachal Pradesh 3,785 19 Uttrakhnad 2,566 20 Jharkhand 2,540 21 J&K 2,425 22 Bihar 1,868 23 Assam 1,140 24 Meghalaya 455 25 Tripura 433 26 Goa 430 27 Sikkim 305 28 Puducherry 282 29 Arunachal Pradesh 249 30 Manipur 179 31 Mizoram 150 32 Nagaland 117 33 Chandigarh 106 34 NLC 100 35 DNH 80 36 Andaman & Nicobar 65 37 Daman & Diu 48 38 lakshadweep 11 Grand Total 2,28,722 Power India 1
    • Power India Ownership wise  In India, the power projects are developed and executed mainly by three categories of players:  Central Power Generating Companies owned by the Central Government such as National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC) etc  State Power Generating Companies owned by the State Governments such as Mahagenco etc  Private Power Generating Companies owned by Private Players such as Tata Power, Reliance Power etc.  Share of each of the above developer categories in the overall power portfolio of the country are depicted in the below table: Ownership Central Private State Total Capacity (MW) 65,733 72,927 90,062 2,28,722  Pie-chart of the same depicting share of the parties are presented below: Power India  As can be seen, share of State Utilities is highest with 39% followed by Private Utilities at 32% whilst Central Utilities at 29%.
    • Power India  Due to a very high level of diversity in the availability of natural resources, the power sector of India is also highly diversified in the energy sources.  Most of energy sources being used in India are Coal, Gas, Nuclear, Diesel, Hydro and Renewable Energy such as Wind & Solar.  Below table depicts the installed capacity in terms of all the above energy sources available in the country. Energy Source Coal Gas Diesel Nuclear Hydro Renewable Energy Total Capacity (MW) 1,34,388 20,381 1,200 4,780 39,788 28,184 2,28,722  The percentage share of the above energy sources are depicted in the below pie-chart.  As can be seen, the power portfolio is mainly dominated by Coal based projects with around 59% share followed by Hydro with 17% share.  However, in recent times the share of Renewable Energy projects such as Wind & Solar has also been increased to 12% owing to various policy developments.  Share of Nuclear power and Diesel Projects stood at around 2% and 1% respectively. Power India Energy Source Wise
    • Power India  India’s total power generation capacity stood at around 228.72 GW.  Out of the 5 regions (and Islands), Western region tops the list with around 34% share; followed by Northern Region (27%), Southern Region (25%) and Eastern Region (13%).  The top 5 power generating states are Maharashtra (31.9 GW), Gujarat (26.13 GW), Tamil Nadu (20.11 GW), Andhra Pradesh (17.18 Gw) and Uttar Pradesh (14.08 GW).  Share of State Generating Utilities is highest with 39% followed by Private Generating Utilities at 32% and Central Generating Utilities at 29%.  Countries power portfolio mainly dominated by Coal based projects with around 59% share followed by Hydro with 17%, Renewable Energy projects with 12%, Nuclear power with 2% and Diesel Projects with 1%. Power India Summary
    • Power India POWER INDIA Power, in the present edge, is the life blood for each & every economy around the globe. It is an essential requirement for all facets of our life and has been recognized as a basic human need. Socio-economic development of any country depends upon development of this critical infrastructure. Indian Power sector has been in the fore front of Indian growth story. With huge captive coal reserves, significant potential for generation of power from renewable energy sources, and a highly investor friendly Government policy for setting-up green-field Power projects, Indian Power sector is abreast with untapped opportunities. The growth of the economy and its global competitiveness hinges on the availability of reliable and quality power at competitive rates. POWER INDIA is putting an effort to bolster the sturdy growth of Indian Power Sector by providing comprehensive supports in terms of latest happenings, analysis, publications, links and other resources related to the Indian and Global Power Sector to the Power Professionals. Power India SERVICES OFFERED