Renewable Energy in Gujarat-Status & Future

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Renewable Energy in Gujarat-Status & Future

  1. 1. RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN GUJARAT AND ITS PRESENT STATUS Anandh S Krishna- 002  Chitin Vaishali- 006  Gaurav Gawde- 007  Keerthi Sheela- 009  Nivedhitha- 016  Raghuraj valluru- 017  Yohann Thomas- 030 
  2. 2. GUJARAT- A LEADER is rich in renewable energy resources – 300 days of sunshine, Rann of Kachchh where the land is endless and the sun’s heat relentless, good winds along its 1600 km long shoreline, scope for energy plantation in its vast wastelands, waste to energy options that harness bio, agro and industrial–waste  GEDA(Gujarat Energy Development Agency) involved for the promotion and popularization of alternative and energy efficient technologies in Gujarat.  Gujarat
  3. 3. STRATEGIES PROMOTING RENEWABLE ENERGY To Promote and popularize through schemes and programmes formulated in the light of the Central and State governments policy. These include  Socially oriented schemes for urban, tribal and remote and underdeveloped regions.  Commercially oriented schemes  Demonstration projects and programmes/schemes  Aid in the form of subsidies for production and dissemination for RE Technologies  Entrepreneurial development  Support R & D Activities  Information and Education Activities
  4. 4. SOLAR ENERGY
  5. 5. SOLAR ENERGY IN GUJARAT  Gujarat is endowed with huge solar energy potential with most of the state having about 300 sunny days per year with annual mean daily global solar radiation in the range of 5-7 kWh/m2/day.  Total capacity of 852.31 MW Solar Power Projects installed at various locations in Gujarat till 31.03.2013.  Gujarat is the first state to launch its own solar policy in 2009. The Gujarat solar policy was in place a year before the NSM was announced.
  6. 6. TOP 5 SOLAR PROJECTS IN GUJARAT Sr.No. 1 Company Name District Allotted, MW Commission ed,MW Adani Enterprises Ltd. Kutch 40 40.11 TATA Power Renewable Energy Ltd. Jamnagar 25 25.00 GMR Gujarat Solar Power Pvt. Ltd. Patan 25 25.00 Ganges Green Energy Pvt Ltd. Rajkot 25 25.08 25 25.04 2 3 4 5 Chattel Constructions Surendranagar Private Ltd.
  7. 7. INITIATIVES TO IMPLEMENT SOLAR ENERGY     Government of Gujarat has launched the ambitious ‘Gandhinagar Photovoltaic Rooftop Programme’ . This programme offers their rooftop or terrace for installation of Solar Photvoltaic System (SPV) for solar power generation. Gujarat government has taken a step forward with an initiative to power the billboards with solar power. This would obviously be a low compared to total energy consumption. Purchase price of electricity from solar thermal at Rs. 11.00 per kWh for first 13 years and in the 13 the 13th year Rs. 4.00 per kWh
  8. 8. SOLAR POWER: CANAL TOP SOLAR POWER    This is an ambitious project by GUJARAT STATE ELECTRICITY CORPORATION LIMITED (GSECL). The pioneer innovation in this project is combination of solar power generation with water security It’s a pilot project of 1 MW Canal top solar power plant.
  9. 9. SALIENT FEATURES Location Projected Energy Production Insolation Installed Capacity Technology No of Modules Canal Length used No of Blocks Chandrasan, Kadi, Mehsana, Gujrat 1.5 Million units/year 4.6 - 6.4 kWh/m2/day 1 Mwatt Polycrystaline Solar Modules 3616 750 meters long x 16 metres wide 8 Blocks – each of 125 Kwatt
  10. 10. CONSTRUCTION Before  The After width of the canal at the above location is about 4 m (at the bottom) and the canal bank is over 6 m; avoiding the immediate vicinity of the canal bank and keeping in mind the safety of canal, it was possible to install the structure with a span of 12 m.  But ultimately the structure was designed for 16 m wide so that the same design could be utilised for larger canal width in future.
  11. 11. WHAT IS UNIQUE AND NOTEWORTHY OF THIS PROJECT?  Putting available resources to optimum use i.e. use of Canal top to mount Solar PV panels which also eliminates the need of land to install solar PV panels;  Minimization of the transmission and distribution loss of electricity;  Water security;  Retard the growth of algae in the water;  Improve the efficiency of the solar plant and yield a higher electricity output due to canal water;  Saving of CO2 emission by 1, 280, 000 Kg per year.
  12. 12. FUTURE OF SOLAR ENERGY  The Charanka Solar Park is the Asia’s first Solar Park. The Solar Park will be established on 2,000 ha of arid land to generate to 590 MW solar power.  Gujarat Govt. is planning to implement Canal top solar power project this on 10% of the existing canal network of 19,000 kilometres and they estimated that 2,200 megawatts of solar power generating capacity can be installed. So there is immense potential for future expansion.  Gujarat government is coming up with new roof-top solar power policy.  New Solar PV Power Plants have been commissioned under its most discussed and successful Gujarat Solar Policy they are aiming 1000 Mwatt increment in capacity in next 5 yrs.
  13. 13. WIND ENERGY
  14. 14. INTRODUCTION TO WIND ENERGY  Gujarat government’s focus on tapping renewable energy has led to sharp rise in the capacity to generate power using wind energy in the last few years.  According to official data, wind power generations capacity in the state has increased a staggering ten times in just six years.  The Gujarat government has set out the following for the state:  Water pumping windmill-design, development, research and popularization.  Setting up to stand-alone wind turbine generators.  Setting up of wind farms for power generation.  Encouraging privatization of wind power generation in the state.
  15. 15. WIND POWER POLICY  Wind Power Policy - 2007  Amendment to Wind Power Policy  GERC Regulation on Wind Power dated August 11, 2006  Wind Power Policy extension dated 19.03.2013  Wind Power Policy 2009 GEDA  Wind Power Policy 2013    Dated 25th July 2013. Objective: This policy will come into force with effect from the date of issue of this resolution and shall remain in operation up to 31st March 2016. Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) installed and commissioned during the operative period shall become eligible for the incentives declared under this policy, for a period of twenty five years (25) from the date of commissioning or for the life span of the WTGs, whichever is earlier.
  16. 16. APPLICATION FORM FOR WTG PROJECT  The application form for obtaining permission for setting up of Wind farm project in the state of Gujarat shall be obtained from GEDA, Gandhinagar, on payment of Rs. 5000/- in cash or demand draft, during office hours. The application form is nontransferable.  Up to 25 MW:- Rs. 2.50 lacs  26 MW - 50 MW:- Rs. 5.00 lacs  51 MW – 75 MW:- Rs. 7.50 lacs  76 MW and above:- Rs.10.00 lacs
  17. 17. CURRENT STATUS Total capacity of 3114.250 MW Wind Power Projects have been installed as of 30th April,2013  Wind power generations capacity in the state has increased a staggering ten times in just six years.  GETCO (Gujarat Energy Transmission Company) will provide grid connectivity to Wind farms or permit private producers to lay transmission lines.  Today, Gujarat has already installed Wind Power Projects which is already catering to 7.6 % of the annual energy consumption of the State at an investment of Rs. 9500 crore. These Projects annually generate 3800 million units of electricity, saving 2.60 MT coal and reducing the carbon emissions levels by 3.80 million tonnes.  Tamil Nadu, which has been enjoying leadership position in wind energy sector in India, may lose out on its top position to Gujarat. 
  18. 18. FUTURE OF WIND ENERGY IN INDIA- OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Offshore wind energy sector needs special attention to ensure sustainable growth. Due to this MNRE is set to launch the National Offshore Wind Energy Authority (NOWA) to proliferate deployment of offshore wind energy projects in the county.  Provisions made by Gujarat Finance Minister Nitin Patel for the country’s first offshore wind energy project in Gujarat in the State’s budget for 2013-14.  Tata Power have expressed interest in setting up offshore wind energy projects in Gujarat.  Security is one critical aspect.The government has been talking to the Indian Coast Guard about this issue. There have been reports that the large wind farms pose security issues due to complications with radar imaging.  Transmission of energy is another challenge. 
  19. 19. BIO-ENERGY & TIDAL ENERGY
  20. 20. BIO-ENERGY ACTIVITIES OF GEDA - PRESENT STATUS System: Biogas Plant Process: Anaerobic Digestion A system which helps in converting the organic waste into gaseous form of Energy is known as ‘Biogas Plant’. System: Biomass Gasification Process: Partial combustion of Biomass Partial combustion is carried out in absence of air or less air than the stoichiometric requirement of air for complete combustion Partial combustion produces hydrogen.
  21. 21. ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE PAST :
  22. 22. TIDAL ENERGY PROJECTS  The state government approved Rs.25cr for setting up the 50 MW plant at the Gulf of Kutch. According to the Gujarat Power Corporation Limited, if successfully commissioned, its capacity will be increased to from 50 to 200 MW.  Rs.55,000cr project, to be completed by 2020, will have a vast fresh water reservoir with gross storage of 16,791 million cubic metres of water, 35 km long dam across, The Gulf of Khambhat with an installed capacity of 5,880 MW.
  23. 23. HYDRO AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY State government is planning mini-hydro power projects with a total capacity of 10MW in places like Karjan, Damanganga and Vanakbori projects in south Gujarat.  Geothermal zone located in Cambay between Narmada and Tapi river. Cambay Garben (Gujrat)  There are no operational geothermal plants in India. But still in cambay ,steam discharge is estimated to be 3000 cu meter/ day. This shows the potential of Geothermal energy in India. 
  24. 24. CONCLUSION Gujarat’s Exponential progress in the field of renewable sources of energy emphasizes the importance of a sound policy and the will to implement it.  GEDA has played a pioneering role in the development of a long-term renewable policy and implementing of sustainable energy programmes across the state.  Today, Gujarat is at par with the western world in harnessing nature to generate energy.  By being very proactive ,Gujarat government has shown that Renewable energy can be a very attractive investment option for private players. 
  25. 25. GUJARAT RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIAL
  26. 26. REFERENCES  http://geda.gujarat.gov.in/  http://cleantechnica.com/  http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/slideshows/inf rastructure/gujarats-canal-top-solar-power-plant10-must-know-facts/developed-bygsecl/slideshow/19472917.cms  http://hydel-power.industryfocus.net/index.php/gujarat-hydel-projects.  http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/gujarat-setdevelop-india-s-first-tidal-energy-plant

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