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Renewable energy facts

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How has renewable energy and Alternate energy fared .
Some facts about renewable energy Potential and Installed capacities ,........updated till 2014 available

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Renewable energy facts

  1. 1. ENERGY FACTS NON RENEWABLE ENERGY RENEWABLE ENERGY………..……THE WAY FORWARD A BRIEF LOOK AT THE ENERGY CAPACITY A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  2. 2. ENERGY FACTS RENEWABLE ENERGY A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  3. 3. ENERGY FACTS NON -RENEWABLE ENERGY A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  4. 4. ENERGY FACTS Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world’s oil and hold the f k S d A b b h ••Countries with World’’s Most ONailt Rureasle Grvaess Reeserves e same percentage of known reserves. Saudi Arabia tops both lists.e Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world's natural gas and hold about the same percentage of known reserves.e Countries with World’s M tOilR Countries with World’s Most Natural Gas Reserves Most Oil Reserves Country Percentage of Reserves Saudi Arabia 20.56% C d 13 8% Country Percentage of Reserves Russia 27.8% Canada 13.8% I 15 4% Iran 10.2% Iraq 8.9% Kuwait 8.0% Iran 15.4% Qatar 14.5% Saudi Arabia 3.8% United Arab Emirates 3.4% United Arab Emirates 7.6% Venezuela 6.2% Russia 4.6% Libya 3 0% USA 3.2% Algeria 3.1% Nigeria 2.9% Venezuela 2 4% 3.0% Nigeria 2.8% 2.4% Iraq 1.9% A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  5. 5. ENERGY FACTS •Countries with World’s Most Coal Reserves e •Countries with World’s Highest Oil Production d Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world’s oil and hold the same percentage f of k known reserves. S d Saudi A b Arabia tops b h both lists.e Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world's natural gas and hold about the same percentage of known reserves.e Countries with World’s Most Coal Reserves Countries with World’s Highest Oil Production Country Percentage of Reserves USA 28.6% Russia 18 5% Country Production (in 1000s of barrels a day) World Percentage Saudi Arabia 11,100 14.1% 18.5% China 13.5% Australia 9% India 6.7% Russia 9,870 12.5% USA 8,322 10.6% Iran 4,150 5.3% Mexico 3,784 4.8% South Africa 5.7% Ukraine 4% Kazakhstan 3.7% Serbia 1.6% China 3,710 4.7% Canada 3,092 3.9% Norway 2,978 3.8% Venezuela 2,802 3.6% K it 2 669 3 4% Poland 0.9% Kuwait 2,669 3.4% A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  6. 6. ENERGY FACTS •Projected Increase in World Energy Consumption between 2005 and 2030 g Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world’s oil and hold the same percentage f of k known reserves. S d Saudi A b Arabia tops b h both lists.e Ten countries produce 2/3 of the world's natural gas and hold about the same percentage of known reserves.e Projected Increase in World Energy Consumption between 2005 and 2030 Y Quadrillion Btu ( British Energy Type Percentage of World’s Year Thermal Units) 2005 462 2010 513 2015 563 Electricity Supply Coal 39% Gas 19% Nuclear 17% 2020 608 2025 652 2030 695 Oil 16% Hydro 7% Others 2% A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  7. 7. ENERGY FACTS Alternate Sources of Energy ALTERNATE SOURCES OF ENERGY : POTENTIAL VS INSTALLED CAPACITY A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  8. 8. ENERGY FACTS SOLAR ENERGY India receives solar energy equivalent to over 5000 trillion kWh/year which is far more than total energy consumption in the country. The sunshine that hits the Earth in a single hour could meet the world’’s food and energy demands for an entire year. If only we could make use of it that is. Solar power is not just about turning sunlight into electricity – we also need a way of capturing and storing it, of moving it around to where it’’s needed. Of providing power during the night. In short, we need a way of bottling sunshine so that we can have as much of it as we want, wherever and whenever we like. Solve this, and we will welcome the solar revolution. A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  9. 9. ENERGY FACTS SOLAR ENERGY India’s Solar Power Capacity Tops 2,600 MW…….2013-14 Global 37,007 megawatts (MW) of solar PV power installed in 2013 A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  10. 10. ENERGY FACTS THE INDIAN WIND ENERGY PROGRAMME The Indian wind energy programme is one of the largest in the world, having an installed wind capacity of over 21000 MW. …..31/3/2014 India ranks fourth in the world with a total wind power capacity of 21000 MW, most of which have been established in commercial projects. A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  11. 11. ENERGY FACTS THE WIND ENERGY PROGRAMME The Indian wind energy programme is one of the largest in the world, having an installed wind capacity of over 21000 MW. …..31/3/2014 India ranks fourth in the world with a total wind power capacity of 21000 MW, most of which have been established in commercial projects. A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  12. 12. ENERGY FACTS THE WIND ENERGY PROGRAMME Year Capacity (MW) Growth (MW) Growth (%) 1995 4,800 - - 1996 6,100 1,300 27.1 The T19h97e Indian wind en7 4e8r2gy energy programme is 1is38 2one one of the largest larges2t2 7 in the world, having an installed wind capacity of over 21000 MW. …..31/3/2014 India ranks fourth in the world with a total wind power 1997 7,482 1,382 22.7 1998 9,670 2,188 29.3 1999 13,699 4,029 64.3 2000 18,040 4,341 31.7 I2n00d1 ia fourth2 i4n,31 8the a6,2 t7o9 tal power3 4.9 capacity of 21000 MW, most of which have been established in commercial projects. 2002 31,184 6,866 28.3 2003 39,333 8,149 26.2 2004 47,661 8,329 21.2 2005 59,062 11,401 24 2006 74,174 15,112 25.6 2007 93,958 19,784 26.7 2008 121,246 27,289 29.1 2009 157,909 36,664 30.3 2010 194,558 36,649 23.3 2011 237,022 42,465 21.9 2012 282,683 45,661 19.3 2013 318,510 35,828 12.7 A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  13. 13. ENERGY FACTS BIOGAS Global installed production capacity is now more than 800 billion cubic feet per year year, representing nearly 14 5 14.5 gigawatts (GW) of installed distributed and grid-scale renewable generation capacity. With at least 11 billion cubic feet per year of production capacity expected to come online worldwide by the end of 2012, A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  14. 14. ENERGY FACTS BIOGAS Global installed production capacity is now more than 800 billion cubic feet per year year, representing nearly 14 5 14.5 gigawatts (GW) of installed distributed and grid-scale renewable generation capacity. With at least 11 billion cubic feet per year of production capacity expected to come online worldwide by the end of 2012, Summary of global biomass to electricity market 2012 Installed G th t O ti Estimated l t i it Capacity 2012 (GW) Growth rate 2011 to 2012 (%) Operating time (hr) electricity generation in 2012 (TWh) Solid biomass 50 3.5 3,500-7,000 175-350 Biogas 14 10 3,500-7,000 47-95 Municipal solid 10 5 3 500 7 000 36 72 waste 3,500-7,000 36-Liquid biofuels 2 20 3,500-7,000 6-12 T t Total l bi biomass 76 5 3 500 3,500-7 000 7,000 265 265-529 A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  15. 15. ENERGY FACTS HYDRO ELECTRICITY The movement of water as it flows downstream creates kinetic energy that can be converted into electricity. 2700 TWH is generated every year. Hydropower supplies at least 50% of electricity production in 66 countries and at least 90% in 24 countries. Out of the total power generation installed capacity in India of 1,76,990 MW (June, 2011), hydro power contributes about 21.5% i.e. 38,106 MW. A capacity addition of 78,700 MW is envisaged from different conventional sources during 2007-2012 which includes 15,627MW from large hydro projects. In addition to this this, a capacity addition of 1400 MW was envisaged from small hydro Animal dung, firewood, and agricultural residue are all traditional fuels, which are renewable. When the collection of firewood exceeds the capacity of the forest to up to 25 MW station capacity. The total hydroelectric power potential in the country is assessed at about 150,000 MW, equivalent to 84,000 MW at 60% load factor. The potential of small hydro power projects is estimatedpat aboyut 15,000 MW. - re-grow or renew, problems set in. Therefore, excessive use of firewood is not a very environment- friendly exercise and alternative fuels must be provided A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  16. 16. ENERGY FACTS HYDRO ELECTRICITY GLOBAL HYDROPOWER INSTALLED CAPACITY1.31TW Hydropower is produced in at least 150 countries but is concentrated in just a few countries and regions. The Asia-Pacific region generated roughly 32 percent of global hydropower in 2010. Africa produces the least hydropower, accounting for 3 percent of the world total, but is considered the region with the greatest potential for increased production Ten of the largest hydroelectric producers as at 2009 Country Annual hydroelectric production TWh) Installed capacity GW) Capacity factor % of total ((capacity China 652.05 196.79 0.37 22.25 Canada 369.5 88.974 0.59 61.12 Brazil 363.8 69.080 0.56 85.56 United States 250.6 79.511 0.42 5.74 Russia 167.0 45.000 0.42 17.64 Norway 140.5 27.528 0.49 98.25 India 115.6 33.600 0.43 15.80 Venezuela 85 96 14 622 0 67 69 20 85.96 14.622 0.67 69.20 Japan 69.2 27.229 0.37 7.21 Sweden 65.5 16.209 0.46 44.34 A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  17. 17. ENERGY FACTS GEO-THERMAL May 2012, the Geothermal Energy Association (GEA) estimate there was approximately 11,224-MW of installed geothermal power capacity online globally. It also notes that in 2010 geothermal energy generated twice the amount of electricity as solar energy did worldwide since geothermal plants have very high utilization rates. A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com
  18. 18. ENERGY FACTS THANK YOU….. A presentation by CARE Website : www.care-india.com email : care@care-india.com

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