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  1. 1. Logo Add Your Company Slogan Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA Solar Boom in IndiaSolar Boom in India - By Mr. Vikas Luthra
  2. 2. India is one of the few countries with long days and plenty of sunshine, especially in the Thar Desert region. Abundant solar energy available, is suitable for harnessing solar energy for a number of applications. The western states of the country are naturally gifted with high solar incidence. In areas with similar intensity of solar radiation, solar energy could be easily harnessed. Solar thermal energy is being used in India for heating water for both industrial and domestic purposes. India is among top 5 destinations worldwide for solar energy development as per Ernst & Young’s renewable energy attractiveness index. India has a great potential to generate electricity from solar energy and the Country is on course to emerge as a solar energy hub. Most parts of India have 300 - 330 sunny days in a year, which is equivalent to over 5000 trillion kWh per year - more than India’s total energy consumption per year. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com Solar Resources map of India
  3. 3. Energy Statistics of India India needs to make renewable energy evacuation a high transmission priority—as high a priority as village electrification. This is especially true for large-scale renewable energy plants. Dedicated funding should be allocated as part of existing programs, such as the government’s rural electrification initiative. - Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com
  4. 4. Energy Deficit in India Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA
  5. 5. Power Generation Capacity? India's power generation grew by 5.2 from 73.3 billion units in December 2011 to 77.1 billion units in December 2012. - Central Electricity Authority (CEA). At current usage levels, India’s coal reserves are projected to run out in 45 years. India already imports more than 15 percent of its coal for electricity generation. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA
  6. 6. Energy Demands in India Why is the Indian Power Sector Facing a Supply-Demand Gap? • India has enough coal reserves in its forests areas. However, due to strict forest clearance regulations. •The quality of coal is not up to the grade which is considered best for power generation. •Coal India Limited -a public sector company, it has a monopoly in the market. Growth in supply by Coal. •Production of gas in the Krishna Godavari (KG–D6) basin has also dropped by more than 60% from two years ago. It has resulted in lower or no power generation from gas based power plants. •Severe droughts/or less rainfall has contributed to less water level in dams which has resulted in less power generation from Hydro power plants. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com
  7. 7. Potential of Solar in India Countries with the most installed solar energy in MW Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Ecoworld Potential and installed renewable energy capacity, by type The Future of Solar Energy in India By 2050, Solar energy alone will produce 1.3 times the current energy production of the country. By 2020, there will be cost parity between solar energy and conventional grid power, This initiative will far exceed India's plans for nuclear power generation and dwarf current solar energy leaders in domestic market size and export manufacturing. Renewable energy ranks bottom of the total production just before the Nuclear energy. The distribution of energy resource like hydro power is skewed towards North-eastern states of the country as 70 % of the total hydro potential is located in the Northern and North- eastern region. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com
  8. 8. Why Solar in India ? Solar is the most secure of all energy sources, since it is abundantly available in India. With crippling electricity shortages, the price of electricity traded internally touched Rs. 7 a unit for base loads and Rs. 8.50 during peak periods. The 12th Plan envisages 29,800 megawatts (MW) in capacity addition through renewable sources. The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, launched in 2010, anticipates that grid parity will be achieved by 2022 and parity with coal- based thermal power by 2030. The lack of access to energy is a key challenge in India’s growth story, with approximately 400 million people having no access to electricity and another 400 million having limited access. Solar energy, with its inherent applicability of being modular and environment friendly, can help in transforming the lives of millions. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com
  9. 9. Electricity consumption per capita (kWh per person) 2012 India’s per capita consumption is one of the lowest in the world. The Integrated Energy Policy Report, 2006, estimates that India will need to increase primary energy supply by three to four times and electricity generation by five to six times to meet the lifeline per capita consumption needs of its citizens and to sustain a 8 percent growth rate. To increase per capita consumption to 1,000 kWh by 2012. This translates into a required generation capacity of 800GW compared to 160GW today. Manmade Technologies | New Delhi, INDIA | tmanmade@gmail.com Per Capita consumption in India
  10. 10. Logo Add Your Company Slogan Coming together for an innovative tomorrow Thank youThank you Our approach is straightforward and effective: We work with customers individually to customize the solar energy services that will maximize benefits for their specific needs. Manmade Technologies New Delhi, INDIA tmanmade@gmail.com +91-011-64664636 +91-9999945302

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