Captive power plants

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slide 1-Captive Generating plant means a power plant set up by any person to generate electricity primarily for his own use and includes a power plant set up by any co-operative society or association of persons for generating electricity primarily for use of members of such co-operative society or association. A group of industries can set up a big generating station for their groups use and sell excess power. They are mostly meant by in-house power generation for industry and not selling the power to grid of electricity boards
slide2-The idea of preparing the report was first mooted way back in the summer of 2009 when India was facing severe power crisis and short term prices were hovering above Rs 10 per unit. It was widely felt that India could have utilized the surplus capacity available with captive power plants (CPPs)
slide3-indian captive power product association From 2005, ICPPA is actively taking up issues for safeguarding interests of Captive Power Producing Industries as is evident from invitations by Ministry of Coal to policy framing
-ICPPA is an All India body registered under Societies Act.
-ICPPA has a balance mix of Very senior industry representatives and Energetic group of people.
-Members come from cross section of industries (chemicals, paper, textile, iron-steel, cement, aluminum etc) provide "perception of more balanced view" over industry specific bodies.
slides4-ICPPA is an all India registered body under societies act 1860. Any organization with 1 MW or higher installed capacity can become ICPPA member. The  generation can be through any means i.e. Fossil fules (Coal, Petro-products), Wastes (Husk, baggase, waste heat recovery etc)  and non-conventional sorces (Hydro, Wind, Solar etc.)   The ICPPA came to spontaneous existence in 2005 to handle crisis of curtailed linkages and successfully got it reverted. Therefore we consider ourselves prepared to take-up ever increasing coal crisis.
slide5-objectives-• CPP opportunities in India which analyses the pockets best fit for CPPs in India
• Tapping CPP potential by ways to maximize the profits by the surplus sale of power
• Regulatory framework around CPPs • CPP as decentralized peaking solution • Emerging concepts in CPP • Setting up of CPPs • Fuel and technology options for CPP • Financing of CPPs • Economics of CPP • Managing risks in CPPs • Future scenario of CPP development in India • Present CPP scenario in India • Factors impeding CPP growth in India

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Captive power plants

  1. 1. Captive power Captive Generating plant means a power plant set up by any person to generate electricity primarily for his own use and includes a power plant set up by any co- operative society or association of persons for generating electricity primarily for use of members of such co-operative society or association. A group of industries can set up a big generating station for their groups use and sell excess power. They are mostly meant by in-house power generation for industry and not selling the power to grid of electricity boards
  2. 2. The idea of preparing the report was first mooted way back in the summer of 2009 when India was facing severe power crisis and short term prices were hovering above Rs 10 per unit. It was widely felt that India could have utilized the surplus capacity available with captive power plants (CPPs) across the country but failed to capitalize on the assets due to policy limitations and state government hindrances. The large untapped installed capacity of captive power has high potential to ease the power situation of the country if harnessed in a better manner by providing an enabling policy environment.
  3. 3. Indian Captive power Producers Association From 2005, ICPPA is actively taking up issues for safeguarding interests of Captive Power Producing Industries as is evident from invitations by Ministry of Coal to policy framing -ICPPA is an All India body registered under Societies Act. -ICPPA has a balance mix of Very senior industry representatives and Energetic group of people. -Members come from cross section of industries (chemicals, paper, textile, iron-steel, cement, aluminum etc) provide "perception of more balanced view" over industry specific bodies.
  4. 4. ICPPA is an all India registered body under societies act 1860. Any organization with 1 MW or higher installed capacity can become ICPPA member. The generation can be through any means i.e. Fossil fules (Coal, Petro-products), Wastes (Husk, baggase, waste heat recovery etc) and non- conventional sorces (Hydro, Wind, Solar etc.) The ICPPA came to spontaneous existence in 2005 to handle crisis of curtailed linkages and successfully got it reverted. Therefore we consider ourselves prepared to take-up ever increasing coal crisis.
  5. 5. Objective • CPP opportunities in India which analyses the pockets best fit for CPPs in India • Tapping CPP potential by ways to maximize the profits by the surplus sale of power • Regulatory framework around CPPs • CPP as decentralized peaking solution • Emerging concepts in CPP • Setting up of CPPs • Fuel and technology options for CPP • Financing of CPPs • Economics of CPP • Managing risks in CPPs • Future scenario of CPP development in India • Present CPP scenario in India • Factors impeding CPP growth in India

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