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  1. 1. Emerging solar thermal plants in India as on 2013 M.A.Aravindh CGET
  2. 2. 50 MW Solar Thermal Power Plant (EPCM) Godawari Green Energy Project Rajasthan, India • Lauren CCL is currently performing engineering, procurement and construction management services for a 50 MW solar thermal power plant located in Rajasthan, India. • This project represents one of three solar projects which Lauren is currently undertaking in India, with a combined total of 200 MW.
  3. 3. 25 MW Solar Thermal Power Plant (EPCM) Cargo Power and Infrastructure Gujarat, India • Lauren CCL is currently performing engineering, procurement and construction management services for a 25 MW solar thermal power plant located in Gujarat, India. • This project, named Gujarat Solar One, represents one of three solar projects which Lauren is currently undertaking in India, with a combined total of 200 MW.
  4. 4. ACME's first 2.5 MW solar thermal power plant, partnered with eSolar, USA, has been commissioned which will be scaled upto 10MW at Bikaner, Rajasthan.
  5. 5. ACME Solar Thermal Technology • State-of-the-art concentrated solar power tower technology • Highly cost-effective and energy-efficient • Scalable to 50-100 MW unit size Features • The solar field design is in multiples of 4 MW and scalable to 50-100 MW. Modules are planned based on the size of the project • Double-axis software-driven mirror tracking system • Lightweight, small size of around 1 m2 flat mirrors
  6. 6. Advantages • More suitable for high ambient temperature and designed for direct steam generation • More efficient electricity generation from steam due to higher temperature of steam without the use of any intermediate heat transfer medium • Less 'parasitic' energy use for plant operation due to reduced movement of thermal mass • Higher capacity utilisation-more MW hours produced per MW of installed power equipment • Lower cost per MW power produced. We can work in the hybrid mode with gas, coal or biomass for the optimum utilisation of plant
  7. 7. Power Block • This mainly consists of a steam turbo generator and its auxiliaries, piping and the electrical transmission system. Applications • Grid-based solutions and Captive Power (CP) solutions • Steam-based solutions (for process requirements) Solutions • Complete EPC solutions • Engineering and solar block provider • O & M services
  8. 8. India One Solar Thermal Power Project • World Renewal Spiritual Trust (WRST), a registered Charitable Trust / solar research centre and a sister organization of the Brahma Kumaris, is setting up a 1.0 MW solar thermal power plant in order to demonstrate and multiply this alternative technology for India. IndiaCare BrahmaKumaris World Renewal Spiritual Trust (WRST)
  9. 9. About the Project • After comparison of several solar technologies, the solar parabolic dish technology has been found most suitable for our purposes. • The Scheffler Dish is a proven technology, and WRST has 15 years’ extensive experience with this technology.
  10. 10. The main advantages of the 60m2 parabolic dish with fix focus are: - Cost effective / high output - Relatively simple construction, modular design. - Innovative thermal storage concept - Easy operation/ maintenance; all components available in India. - Inexpensive planar mirrors and MCcontrolled tracking system. - Fixed receiver with no need for flexible high pressure joints. - No vacuum technology and no metal glass sealing. - Due to direct steam generation, no heat exchanger and low parasitic loads - Efficient use of land; the dishes can be tightly placed. - Power on demand and high efficiency due to cogeneration. • It is intended to set up the innovative solar thermal power plant based on the newly developed 60m2 parabolic dish with 16 hrs steel core cavity receiver and storage for continuous operation with the following main technical specifications.
  11. 11. First test of focus size and receiver Number of dishes Electrical output Thermal output Solar field Total mirror area Turbine : 770 nos. of 60m2 : 1,0 Mw . (net. 22000 kwh/24hrs) : 150 MWhr. (24hrs) : 25 Acres near to campus (1.3 km) : 45.000 m2 : 1,0 Mw .
  12. 12. Timetable • The time frame for completion of this project is two years. The project will be executed in two phases: Phase I: Simulation and planning for the power plant Phase II: Procurement and installation of the 1,0 Mw el. power plant 01.2011 - Start of the project 02.2011 - Purchasing of components 03.2011 - Fabrication and installation 01.2013 - Test and commissioning 01.2013-01.2014 - Evaluation, report preparation
  13. 13. Budget • The budget for the project is 66 Crs Indian Rupees excluding cost of land. • The WRST request for funding with the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Sources (MNRE) has been approved. • The German Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) is considering to support this project.
  14. 14. Areva Solar Builds Giant Solar Farm In India • In a north-western corner of India, rows of steel and glass are set to rise from the ground to form what will be one of the largest solar power plants in Asia. • The 250-megawatt project is the first in India for Silicon Valley-based Areva Solar, which is benefiting from an aggressive plan by the Indian government to boost solar energy generation to help reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. • The company will complete the project in two phases, with the first 125 megawatts to come online in May 2013, said Jayesh Goyal, the company’s global vice president of sales. • The second phase will start delivering power in late 2014 or early 2015.
  15. 15. Solar Thermal (Concentrated Solar Power-CSP) Projects • Entegra is in advanced discussions to undertake CSP Projects in Rajasthan and Gujarat; the two states in India with the highest solar radiation characteristics. The initial capacities of the proposed projects are 10 MW in Rajasthan , the projects can be scaled up to 200 MW. The projects will be first-ofits-kind in the field of CSP based power generation in India.
  16. 16. Rajasthan Desert Sun Project (10 MW) Output 10 MW Plant Type Technology Solar Thermal Trough Scalable Yes, upto 200 MW Grid connected Yes Location Jodhpur, Rajasthan Estimated investment INR 3413 Mn (US$ 75.83 Mn)
  17. 17. Rajasthan Sun Technique - Dhursar Project / Plant name Rajasthan Sun Technique - Dhursar Companies Reliance Power Technology Fresnel Country India Location Dhursar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan Power output 100.00 MW Purpose Commercial Usage Electricity Operation start date March 2013 Coordinates Latitude: 26° 48' 0" N Longitude: 72° 0' 0" E Status Under construction
  18. 18. KVK Energy Ventures Pvt. Ltd. Location: Rajasthan Fuel: Solar Thermal Capacity: 100 MW KVK Energy & Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. is developing a 100 MW Solar thermal power project in Rajasthan through KVK Energy Ventures Pvt. Ltd., which had participated in bidding for development of solar thermal power project under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission for supply of power to NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited (NVVN), the nodal agency designated by Government of India. The Project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2013.
  19. 19. Aurum Renewable Energy (Solar) • Phase 1 – 20 MW in Solar Energy • To install 350 MW in Solar Energy by 2015/16 • Won 20 MW Solar Thermal Capacity allocation under Central Government Scheme in reverse bidding. • Aurum Renewable Energy signed the PPA for 20 MW Solar Thermal Power plant. • Procured 200 Acres+ of Land in Village Mitrala, District Porbandar, Gujarat required for Implementation of the 20 MW Solar Thermal Power Plant. The necessary Infrastructure development is underway. • Other renewable options like Bio mass etc will also be explored.
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