Renewable Energy in India – Market and Industry Report 2011

Date: November 1, 2011
Pages: 150
US$ 300.00
Publisher: Vijya Research & Advisory
Report type: Strategic Report
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Renewable Energy in India – Market and Industry Report 2011
The clean energy report by Vijya Research also highlighted that investments in clean technology have grown considerably as a result of high energy prices, ever-improving technology and increased environmental concerns, falling costs of renewable energy and supportive government policies and initiatives. India is investing substantially in solar and wind energy and other green sectors such as electric vehicles, smart grids, etc. The report also undertakes geographic potential of the renewable energy as different states In India have varying potential to develop different sources of renewable energy.

1.1 Concept of Clean Technology
1.2 Sustainable Development
1.3 Kyoto Protocol
1.4 Position of India on the Kyoto protocol
1.5 Carbon Market
1.6 Clean Technologies in Transport Sector
1.7 Role of India
1.8 Current Status


2.1 Renewable Resources, Capacity, and Potential
2.2 Clean energy potential in India
2.3 Growth Drivers for Renewable Energy
2.4 Energy Efficiency and Co-Generation
2.5 Power Development Scenario in the 11th Five-Year Plan: 2007-12
2.6 Power Development Scenario: 2012-2020
2.7 Government Policies and Regulatory Framework
  2.7.1 MNRE Strategy for 2011-17
  2.7.2 Electricity Act, 2003
  2.7.3 National Electricity Policy, 2005
  2.7.4 Tariff Policy, 2006
  2.7.5 Union Budget 2010-2011
  2.7.6 Policies, Procedures and Incentives for renewable energy


3.1 Hydro Energy
  3.1.1 Hydropower development –a government initiative
  3.1.2 Small hydro installed capacity and progress
  3.1.3 Advantages of hydropower
  3.1.4 Disadvantages of Hydropower
  3.1.5 Hydro Projects
  3.1.6 Hydro Power Policy
  3.1.7 Policy for Small Hydro Power
  3.1.8 Market Players in Hydro Energy Sector
3.2 Solar Energy
  3.2.1 Applications of solar technology
  3.2.2 Advantages of Solar Energy
  3.2.3 Disadvantages of Solar Energy
  3.2.4 Challenges of Solar Energy
  3.2.5 Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
  3.2.6 MNRE on solar energy
  3.2.7 Market Players in Solar Energy
3.3 Wind Energy
  3.3.1 India’s Wind Power Scenario at a Glance
  3.3.2 Advantages of Wind Power
  3.3.3 Disadvantages of Wind Power
  3.3.4 Challenges of Wind Energy
  3.3.5 Market Players in Wind Energy
3.4 Biomass Energy
  3.4.1 Applications of Biomass Energy
  3.4.2 Advantages of Biomass Energy
  3.4.3 Disadvantages of Biomass Energy
  3.4.5 Challenges of Biomass Energy
  3.4.6 National Policy on Biofuels
  3.4.7 Market Players in Biomass Energy
3.5 Waste-to-Energy
  3.5.1 Advantages of Waste-to-Energy Projects
  3.5.2 Disadvantages /Limitations of Waste-to-Energy Projects
  3.5.3 Challenges of Waste-to-Energy
  3.5.4 Projects
  3.5.5 Market Player in Waste-to Energy



  5.1.1 Wind Energy in Gujarat
  5.1.2 Biomass Energy in Gujarat
  5.1.3 Solar Energy in Gujarat
  5.1.4 Hydro Power Energy in Gujarat
  5.1.5 Waste-to-Energy in Gujarat
  5.2.1 Wind Energy in Maharashtra
  5.2.2 Biomass Energy in Maharashtra
  5.2.3 Solar Energy in Maharashtra
  5.2.4 Hydro Energy in Maharashtra
  5.2.5 Waste-to-Energy in Maharashtra
5.3 Rajasthan
  5.3.1 Wind Energy in Rajasthan
  5.3.2 Biomass Energy in Rajasthan
  5.3.3 Solar Energy in Rajasthan
  5.4.1 Wind Energy in Punjab
  5.4.2 Biomass Energy in Punjab
  5.4.3 Solar Energy in Punjab
  5.4.4 Hydro Energy in Punjab
  5.4.5 Waste-to-Energy in Punjab
  5.5.1 Wind Energy in Tamil Nadu
  5.5.2 Biomass Energy in Tamil Nadu
  5.5.3 Solar Energy in Tamil Nadu
  5.5.4 Hydro Energy in Tamil Nadu


6.1 Overview
6.2 Investment Opportunities


List of tables
Table 1.1: International Scenario of Production, supply and transformation of electricity from different sources of energy
Table 1.2: Final consumption of electricity in different sectors
Table 2.1: India’s Renewable Energy Potential and Targets
Table 2.2: International Crude oil prices (USD)
Table 2.3: Potential for energy saving in Industry and Transport sectors in India
Table 2.4: Energy Outlook for 2012-2020
Table 3.1: Present capacity and potential of various renewable energy sources in India
Table 3.2 :-State-wise number and aggregate capacity of potential and present Small Hydro Power projects in India
Table 3.3: Target and actual capacity addition in small hydro power during the 10th five year plan (2002-2007)
Table 3.4: Target & capacity addition in small hydro power during the 11th plan (2007-2012)
Table 3.5: Summary of Hydro project at Chuzachjen HEPP by Gati Infrastructure Limited
Table 3.6: Summary of Hydro project at Bhasmey HEPP by Gati Infrastructure Limited
Table 3.7: Summary of Hydro project at Bhasmey HEPP by Gati Infrastructure Limited
Table 3.8: Selected State-wise wind power installation capacity in India
Table 3.9: Year-wise installed capacity addition (in MW)
Table 3.10: State-wise cumulative wind generation data Data in (BU) (As on 31.01.2011)
Table 3.11: State-wise installed wind generating capacity (MW), FY’07-FY’10
Table 3.12: State-wise wind power installed capacity in India till March 31, 2011
Table 3.13: State wise Biomass Power potential and generation (As on 31.03.2010)
Table 3.14: State-wise capacity of Biomass Power Projects under implementation in India (As on 31.03.2010)
Table 3.15: State-wise capacity of biomass projects (As on 31.03.2010)
Table 3.16: Municipal Solid Waste to Energy: Estimated Potential
Table 5.1: Minimum quantum of purchase from renewable sources in Gujarat
Table 5.2: Availability of biomass resources in Gujarat
Table 5.3: Biomass power estimation as on 31.01.2010
Table 5.4: Biomass power generation and potential in Rajasthan as on 31.03.2010
Table 5.5: Biomass power estimation in Punjab (As on 31.03.2010)
Table 5.6: Biomass power estimation of Tamil Nadu
Table 5.7: List of approved projects in Tamil Nadu
Table 6.1: Investments in Clean Technology Projects
Table 8.1: Renewable power policies-programme-wise in states (Buy-back rate: ` /unit)
Table 8.2: World total primary energy supply by Fuel (Mtoe)
Table 8.3: Regional shares of total primary energy supply (%)
Table 8.4: Regional share in hydro energy production (%)
Table 8.5: Fuel shares of world electricity generation
Table 8.6: Regional shares of electricity generation (%)
Table 8.7: Fuel share of world total final consumption (%)
Table 8.8: Regional shares of total world final consumption (%)
Table 8.9: Fuel shares of world CO2 emission (%)
Table 8.10: Regional share of world CO2 emission
Table 8.11: Fuel shares of TPES in 2030 for Reference Scenario (RS) & 450 Policy Scenario (PS)
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