Indian Wind Energy Sector Analysis

Date: March 22, 2011
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The power sector is no doubt the core area that the developing countries need to keep an eye for their economic growth. Countries, like India are focusing on sustainable power supply from renewable sources. High and continuously fluctuating fossil fuel prices along with source limitations are encouraging this country to opt for the renewable power sources, like wind. Though power industry is not the only industry adversely affecting the climate, it contributes a significant amount of emission (about 60%). Wind power is the most eco-friendly in nature and is witnessing rapid growth in the country.

According to our research “Indian Wind Energy Sector Analysis”, Indian wind energy sector has witnessed some notable milestones in its long development tenure in the country. Improving performance and reliability of wind turbines and decreasing gestation period of installation has positioned India as one of the most dynamically growing wind energy markets in the world. The wind power contributes 70% of the grid interactive renewable power installed in India, which is expected to remain almost constant in the coming years. With the continuous public and private sector participation, the sector is all set to achieve nearly 14% CAGR growth in cumulative capacity installations during FY 2011-FY 2014.

Moreover, wind power offers an immediate and concrete solution to many energy and climate challenges. Wind is a clean, abundant, omnipresent, and inexhaustible form of energy. Therefore, high utilization would lead to drop in fossil fuel demand and inflationary price pressure would be eased. Besides, if future capacity addition targets are met under the agreed time frame, India will comfortably reduce its GHG emissions and will meet the strict UN environmental standards.

Our report “Indian Wind Energy Sector Analysis” has been authored to evaluate wind power market potentials in India. The study is an outcome of extensive research and conceptual analysis of the industry within Indian perspective. It provides statistics/information on sector developments on the country as well as the state levels. Forecasts for future wind capacity additions have been provided for all prominent states, which will help clients to refine their investment decisions on the basis of grass root developments. Additionally, wind costs analysis facilitates essential understanding on project cost structure. A brief overview of business description and significant developments of key industry players currently operating in the industry has also been covered in the report to provide a balanced research outlook of the industry.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. POWER INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT

3. WIND IN CONTEXT OF POWER INDUSTRY

4. INDUSTRY DRIVERS

4.1 Favorable Environment
4.2 Renewable Energy Targets to Decrease GHG Emissions
4.3 Increasing Investments

5. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK BY 2014

5.1 Wind Power Potential
5.2 Installed Capacity
5.3 State Level Potentials and Forecasts
  5.3.1 Tamil Nadu
  5.3.2 Gujarat
  5.3.3 Maharashtra
  5.3.4 Karnataka
  5.3.5 Rajasthan

6. STATE WISE RENEWABLE PURCHASE SPECIFICATIONS

7. WIND COST ANALYSIS

8. WIND EQUIPMENT MARKET

9. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

10. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

10.1 Suzlon Energy Limited
  10.1.1 Recent Developments
10.2 Shriram EPC Ltd
  10.2.1 Recent Developments
10.3 Vestas Wind Technology India Private Ltd
  10.3.1 Recent Developments
10.4 Enercon India Ltd
  10.4.1 Recent Developments

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2-1: Energy Requirement & Availability (TWh) FY 2007, FY 2012 & FY 2017
Figure 2-2: Energy Peak Load & Peak Served (GW), FY 2007, FY 2012 & FY 2017
Figure 3-1: Power Installed Capacity by Source (%), Oct 2010
Figure 3-2: Renewable Energy Capacity by Source (%), FY 2011 & FY 2014
Figure 4-1: CO2 Emission (Million Tonnes), 2004, 2007 & 2010
Figure 4-2: GHG Emissions by Sector (%), 2010
Figure 4-3: FDI in Renewable Energy Sector (Million US$), FY 2007 to FY 2011
Figure 4-4: Renewable Energy Investments by Sector (%), 2009
Figure 5-1: Share of Installed Wind Power Capacity in Potential Capacity by Country (2009)
Figure 5-2: Wind Power Annual Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-3: Wind Power Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-4: Tamil Nadu - Wind Power Annual & Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-5: Gujarat - Wind Power Annual & Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-6: Maharashtra - Wind Power Annual & Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-7: Karnataka - Wind Power Annual & Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 5-8: Rajasthan - Wind Power Annual & Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), FY 2008 to FY 2014
Figure 7-1: Typical 2 MW Wind Plant Cost Break-up (%)
Figure 7-2: Medium Size Wind Turbine Cost Break-up (%)
Figure 8-1: Wind Turbine Market (MW), FY 2006, FY 2010 & FY 2014
Figure 8-2: Wind Turbine Market by Players (%), FY 2010

LIST OF TABLES:

Table 2-1: Power Industry Snapshot
Table 5-1: Wind Power Gross & Technical Potential by States (MW)
Table 5-2: Largest Wind Power Plants (≥ 10 MW) by States (2009)
Table 6-1: State wise Renewable Purchase Specifications by FY 2012
Table 7-1: Comparison of Wind Power Tariff with Other Renewable Sources by States (`/KWh)
Table 9-1: Renewable Energy Regulatory Structure
Table 9-2: Wind Energy Policies & Incentives by States
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