Biomass energy for rural india

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Biomass energy for rural india

  1. 1. Biomass Energy for Rural India Ashish Verma Kashyap Suresh R.Dhinesh Balaji
  2. 2. Project Mission The mission of the project is to develop, promote and implement through participatory approaches, a decentralized, cost-effective, renewable and sustainable bio-energy technology package to reduce Green House Gas emissions and also to meet rural energy requirements.
  3. 3. Location  Cluster of 24 villages in 9 Panchayats covering 5 Talukas of Tumkur Dt, KA
  4. 4. Project Goals  Demonstration of Bioenergy End-Use systems  1.2 MW biomass gasifier system  120 kW community biogas  45 community biogas (4000m3/day)  Standardization of Technology packages  Enhanced Institutional and Financing Capacity  Case studies and policy documents prepared and disseminated through policy workshops  Information Disseminated for replication and policy impact  Financial barrier removed and Investment risk fund created
  5. 5. Budget Agency Budget (Rs. In crores) % Share GEF-UNDP 18.81 46.6 ICEF 11.49 28.9 GOK 6.84 17.2 GOI 1.81 4.5 Others 1.11 2.8 Total 40.06 100
  6. 6. Targeted beneficiaries  Households (2500)  Farmers (2500)  Village communities  Women’s Enterprise  Entrepreneurs  Manufacturers  R&D Institution  Government  NGO
  7. 7. Project Time Period  Duration – 10 years  Project Start year – 2002  Estimated End year – 2012  Status – Running
  8. 8. Project Details  Planning & Feasibility study suggested to run a 1 MW Biomass gasifier plant , 4.2 tonnes/Ha/Year on a 3000 Ha land was required.  Implementation stage – Tree plantation was done in 2930 Ha (1983 Ha of forest land and 947 Ha of farm land) (30 households employed in this farming)
  9. 9. Power plant establishment  3 clusters  500 kW – Kabbigere village  250 kW – Seebanayapalaya  250 kW – Borigunte  Power generated is evacuated to BESCOM  Tariff set – INR 2.85/kWh
  10. 10. Flowchart of Operations
  11. 11. Work plan for first 5 years  WORK PLAN
  12. 12. Methodology to achieve the mission
  13. 13. Strength Weakness Opportunity • Environmental impact • Future Energy needs • Excess heat for Space heating and cooling • Great financial Return Threat • Reliable Power • Long life of Plant(Around 25 years) • Best way for RE electrification • Local Employment • High Maintenance cost • Huge fuel requirement • Supply chain • Internal Startup cost • Poor Supply chain • Future price increase of biomass like wood pallets • Excessive emission produce if not properly maintained SWOT Analysis
  14. 14. Thank You !

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