India Biomass Market Analyzed in Discounted Report by iData Insights Published at MarketPublishers.com
20 Jun 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Currently, the demand for energy in India is on the rise, driven by a rapid increase in population, growing electrification rates, modernization of lifestyles in the country alongsie robust economic development. By 2030, domestic energy demand is forecast to nearly double and outstripp supply, thus raising concerns over India’s energy security as the country already faces chronic electricity shortages. Coal is the major source of fuel used to produce energy in India. Meantime, despite the abundance, renewable energy sources account for only 11% of the country’s total electricity capacity. Biomass, in its turn, represents merely 13% of India’s renewable-based electricity capacity.
The agriculture sector is critically important to India’s economy as it provides huge untapped waste streams which can be recycled. With around 350 million tonnes of agricultural waste produced every year in India, biomass can be used to generate much needed clean and renewable power. In India, the overall biomass potential is estimated to vary between 18,000 and 23,000 MW, which is at least 6 times more than the present installed capacity.
Discounted study “Biomass in India: Evaluating the Potential for Power Production 2014” prepared by iData Insights provides a detailed analysis of the domestic biomass market.
The report gives access to trustworthy data and information on the historical and actual performance of the Indian biomass market. It sheds light on the availability of biomass in the country, covers the regulative framework, and touches upon the key aspects of the biomass power sector in India. The topical study provides essential details on the country’s leading technology providers and equipment manufacturers, offers an extensive summary of the key business models used in the production of biomass power. In addition, the report outlines future growth prospects of the Indian biomass market, as well as highlights and characterizes the major market growth challenges and opportunities.
Biomass in India: Evaluating the Potential for Power Production 2014
Published: July, 2014
Price: US$ 1,000.00 (offer valid until July 31, 2014!)
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