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Renewable Energy Sector Profile

  1. 1. Renewable Energy Sector Profile Presentation by Abellon CleanEnergy
  2. 2. India: Preferred Investment Destination Worlds largest democracy One of the fastest growing economies with 1.2 billion people in the world (Expected GDP – 6.9% in 2012) 9th largest economy in the world by nominal GDP 17th largest exporter and  The 2nd preferred investment destination 11th largest importer in the world USD 254 billion of FDI inflows between April 2000 and March 2012
  3. 3. Gujarat: Preferred Investment Destination in IndiaA state with a population of 60 million and one of A state with a high andthe highest urbanization growing literacy rate levels 79% ~43% Highest share in A highly industrialized investments under state with Gross State implemented projects in Domestic Product India contribution from ~26% manufacturing sector ~28% Growth in agricultural Gujarat’s Degree of output in the state over Openness (Export/ Gross the last 10 years State Domestic Product) ~11% ~53% Higher seat availability in technical institutions >100% Gujarat has been ranked 2nd as per the “Economic Freedom of the States of India 2011”
  4. 4. India: Renewable Energy PotentialGlobally RE accounts to44% of Total electricity capacity added in 2011Fastest RE Investment Expansion in world: with 62% increase in capital funding USD10.6BnIndia accounts for 5% of the global renewable electric power capacityIndia among top 7 RE producing countries amounting to 70% of worlds RE ( excluding large hydro)India ranks 3 in new wind installation in 2011India accounts to 4% of Global investment in renewable energy in 2011
  5. 5. India: Renewable Energy Potential
  6. 6. Gujarat: Renewable Energy Potential Gujarats share of renewable energy in total energy mix is 16%Gujarat’s share of energy from renewable energy sources in Western Region is 44% and all India share is 14% Electricity Source Total Potential RE Installed Cost per MW of generating cost Gujarat Capacity Installation (In Euro Cents) (In MW) (In MW) (In Million Euro) 0.75-0.85 0.04-0.05Wind 10000 3016 (30.16%) 1.14-1.29Solar >100,000 654 (0.65%) 0.11-0.12 0.57-0.71Biomass 1940 31.2 (1.60%) 0.46-0.57
  7. 7. Wind Power in GujaratGujarat with its longest coast line in the country and inland windy siteshas a potential of over 10,000 MW of wind power...
  8. 8. Wind Power: Existing Capacity Total installed capacity of wind power grew from 271 MW in 2005-06 to 2,885 MW in 2011-12 at CAGR of 48%Wind Power Policy and GERC regulatory features: Eligible Unit Any Component/Corporate Body/Association/Body of Individuals Sale Fixed Tariff Tariff Rs. 3.56kWh for 25 years Open Access/3rd Party Allowed
  9. 9. Solar Power in Gujarat Gujarat has one of the highest solar generation potential in India(solar radiation – 300 days 5.6-6.0 kWh/m2/day)
  10. 10. Solar Power: Existing CapacitySolar Power Policy and GERC regulatory features: Eligible Unit Any Component/Corporate Body/Association/Body of Individuals Sale Fixed Tariff Tariff from April 2012 Rs. 9.98/kWh( 0.143 Euro Cents) for 12 years after that Rs7/kWh(0.10Euro Cents) for 13 years Open Access/3rd Party Allowed Sale
  11. 11. Solar Power: Existing Capacity654.81 MW of solar power capacities commissioned by 64 developers in the state of Gujarat Asia’s first 500 MW Solar Power Park at Charanka, district Patan Gujarat’s largest solar power plants, as on May 2012 Company District Capacity (MW) 40 Adani Enterprises Ltd. Kachchh 25 Sanland Real Estate Pvt. Ltd. Banaskantha 25 Tata Power Company Ltd. Jamnagar 25 Alex Astral Power Pvt. Ltd. Patan
  12. 12. Gujarat alone has the potentialto generate 1,800 MW from crop residue and about140 MW from forest residue…
  13. 13. Bio-Energy: Existing Capacity 31.20 MW capacity biomass projects commissioned in Amreli, Junagadh and Vadodara 13.23 MW waste-to-energy power generation projectsTariff for Bio-mass based power projects to be commissioned in the state of Gujarat during the control period(June 2010 – March 2013). Rs./kWh Tariff Initial 10 years 11th year onwards With accelerated depreciation 4.40 4.75 Without accelerated depreciation 4.45 4.80Tariff for Bagasse based co-generation projects to be commissioned in the state of Gujarat during the controlperiod (June 2010 – May 2013), Rs/kWh Tariff Initial 10 years 11th year onwards With accelerated depreciation 4.55 4.90 Without accelerated depreciation 4.61 4.96
  14. 14. Success Stories of Gujarat Model Solar City Project – Gandhinagar India’s First Canal-top Solar Power Project Solar Park – flagship project of Gujarat Gujarat Solar Park – CII’s Most Innovative Environment Project Award The only project in Power sector of India that has won this prestigious award
  15. 15. Gujarat: Preferred Destination for Investments in Renewables Renewable Energy Sector received a major boost at Vibrant Gujarat Summit in 2009 and 2011 Special Investment Packages announced for Solar and Wind Power Generation 2011Sector MoU signed Capacity Amount Employment Generation (Nos) (MW) (USD bn) Potential (Nos)Solar equipment manufacturing 36 2,440 4.5 27,500Wind power generation 28 5,071 6.7 10,142Tidal power generation 1 250 1.1 2,440Total 66 7,761 12.3 40,082
  16. 16. Renewable Energy in Gujarat by 2020 NAPCC* goal: 1% annual increase of RE power to the national grid, from 5% in 2009-10 to 15% of the energy mix by 2020 Expected capacity addition in RE sector by 2017 will be 4,297 MW with highest contribution from wind – 50% and solar – 44% Total installed capacity from RE sources by 2017 – 7,863 MW
  17. 17. Large RE Players in Gujarat TATA BP Solar India Ltd. JJ PV Solar Pvt. Limited GreenBrilliance Energy Pvt. Ltd. Sonki Solar India Sunrise Technology Jain Energy Star Energy Systems Topsun Energy Limited Ritika Systems Private Limited Vimal Electronics Waaree
  18. 18. Some important Ministry of new and renewable Gujarat Energy Development Central Electricity regulatory : Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Sector profile
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  20. 20. Product ProfilesAn eco-friendly, carbon neutral, high efficiency pellet-fuel made from leftover agricultural and forest residuessuitable for industry, retail, residential segments and for community cooking stove to effectively replace fossil fuels, especially coal/lignite22
  21. 21. Eco-Chulha The next generation of biomass-based community cook-stove – Catering to community cooking demands and practices – An efficient appliance to deliver health, economic, and environmental co-benefits – Uses eco-friendly, carbon neutral, high efficiency fuel “Eco-Shakti”, made from wood residuesAbout 1/3 of the world burns wood and other biomass for cooking, heating, and lighting, accounting for 13% of global energy consumption 1.6 million people, especially women and children, die prematurely each year from exposure to high levels of indoor smoke from home cooking and heating practices. (Source: WHO – World Health Organization)
  22. 22. Solar PowerAbellon has set up a 3-MW pilot solar power project at its plantation site near Modasa, Gujarat, India.Key Benefits:– Achieving Abellons Solar Vision: To generate clean and green power by harnessing the abundant energy of the sun and benchmarking processes such as photosynthesis to develop useful forms of energy.– Productive utilization of wasteland– CDM benefits– Knowledge base for solar technologies and know-how– Regional development through income and employment generation as well as skill enhancementSalient Features:– Use of efficient solar technology– In-Principle approval received from Government– PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) with a distribution company of Gujarat, for 25 years, based on installed capacity– Solar insulation and ambient temperature of the site24
  23. 23. Bio-Power – A High Potential Alternative Biomass Power - Potential to meet India’s additional power need of 61,689 MW (2007- 2012)*Potential to:– Generate 64,680 MW bio mass power, 19,680MW from agri-residue use– Displace 19.48 Million MT of coal– Reduce emissions of 26.49 Million MT CO 2 due to fossil fuel consumption– Rejuvenate wasteland (65.8 Mn. Ha@ 20% of total land area of the country) through energy crop cultivation– Generate 4 million green jobs by 2030**Carbon sequestration and enhanced forest coverSources:* Anticipated in 11th five year plan**S.C. Bhattacharya, Asoa Technology Institue, Bangkok, Thailand, 200325
  24. 24. Liquid BiofuelsBio-Ethanolo – Encourage Ligno-Cellulosic Enzyme TechnologyBenefits: l – Feedstock for Bio Refinery – Replacement of imported fossil fuel saving forex – Use of wasteland and improvement in soil quality – Farming non-edible sugar-based plantationsBio-Diesel – Using accelerated marine algaeBenefits: – Replacement of imported fossil fuel saving forex – Carbon sequesterization through ‘Accelerated Photosynthesis’ using algae-farms – Tapping unutilized Resources such as sea water – Research initiatives on high end lipid content algae26
  25. 25. Power Trading Power Generators Scope for Better Power with access Power Deprived Customers Power Capacity UtilizationMotives: – Reduce Power cost for consumers – Reduction of power outages – Optimal utilization of existing utility sources (CPP) – Increasing market forces to increase competition – Reduce the monopoly of the State owned electricity departments – Optimal use of power sources – Facilitate development of Power Projects particularly through private investment – Develop power market for market based investments into the Indian Power Sector - Technological improvements Enablers Managers Beneficiary – Govt of India – Exchange Boards – GENCO – CERC – NLDC etc – DISCOM – PTC – Large consumers27
  26. 26. Waste ManagementOur FocusConversion of solid waste to solid, liquid &gaseous fuelsEnd-to-end waste management value chain :• Collection• Transportation• Processing• Recycling• Scientific landfilling of wasteDelivering waste management solutionsthrough mechanical, biological, thermal &thermo- chemical treatment of waste28
  27. 27. E-BrixEnvironment friendly bricks, made out of fly ash – a by product of thermal power generationSaves on land degradation and environment pollution FEATURES – Less than 1% breakage – Low Efflorescence – Better resistance to salinity – Minimal water seepage – Minimal erosion property – Fire Resistance29
  28. 28. Integrated Plant & Soil Health Portfolio Earth Essentials – a premium Banana Gold – a banana-plant nutrition & soil enhancer for specific organic manure, all5kg kinds of plants & home developed to cater the 1 gardens including flowering & 150 kg requirements of large-scale gm ornamental plants, fruit trees & Banana farming landscapes Swarnim – an organic Sampoorna – A special pelleted manure to cater large-scale, plant nutrition suitable for all types agricultural requirement for of fruits, vegetables, flowewrs, nutrition grains and green houses
  29. 29. Poornkumbha – Driving ConceptsA uniquely-integrated social development platform with holistic approach to sustainable development at grass roots levels. Value Out of waste – Gainful utilization of agri-residue, other resources – Wasteland development – Solid waste management – Wealth from unused potential / resources/ properties – Meaningful utilization of surplus time Focus Area – Sustainable Biomass Collection – Energy Plantation for Waste land Reclimanation – Agriculture Intervantions – Social Developmen31
  30. 30. Solar Agro-Electric Model Efficient and sustainable resource management practices Dual use of land Dual use of water Harvesting solar radiation and agricultural produce32
  31. 31. R&D CapabilitiesDSIR, Govt. of India approved R&D FacilitiesResearch Projects– Pellets: torrefaction, biomass pre-treatment, feedstock mapping– Bio Fuels: lignocellulosic ethanol, biodiesel from algae– Agriculture: Agri-genomics; Tissue-culture; accelerated photosynthesis & vegetative cover; soil & plant health management; saline, marginal & wasteland development; desert vegetation, innovative farm equipment– Flue gas clearing and capturing; micro-algae cultivationIPR Development: Patents filed: 21, Published: 16Emphasizing on new technologies and processesProviding competitive advantage to generate long-term valueCollaborating with leading global & Indian research organizations33
  32. 32. Pellets manufacturing operations at Gandhidham Plant (Kutch, India) (The only DINplus Certified facility in Southern Asia)34
  33. 33. Pellets Manufacturing Facility @ Vitthalapara, IndiaCapacity: 200 tons per dayCommissioned in 201235
  34. 34. Biopower Generation Facility @ Khas, India (Under Construction) Capacity: 10 MW36
  35. 35. Abellon @GhanaPhase 1 Pellet Production: 100000 tons per annumPhase 2 Pellet production: 150000 tons per annum Plantation: 4000 acres37
  36. 36. Abellon @ Italy38
  37. 37. Abellon @CanadaAbellon CleanEnergy signs an alliance with Upcoming pellet plant in Canada Virdis Energy – a leading Canadian Co. Total production capacity 70,000 Tons in Phase 139
  38. 38. Agroforestry @Modasa Nursery for secondary hardening of plants and seedling plants The site is a “Sweet Home” for many creatures Drip Irrigation unit40
  39. 39. Accolades41
  40. 40. Thank You...42