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Indias Energy Scenario in 2013

Energy Scenario in India Nitish SharmaMech. Dept.K L University2014Overview of Energy Resources in IndiaAccording to CategoryAmount of Energy Production In India(Comparison)As Per Renewable SourcesAs per Non-Renewable SourcesReference : WikipediaReference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_IndiaThe Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence Solar Energy Data: As Solar Energy (i.e. Sunlight) is Distributed equally in all areas, so there is no specific area defined.Solar Energy

The Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence Wind Energy Data:The leading States areRajasthanGujratMadhya PradeshMaharashtraKarnatakaTamil NaduAndhra Pradesh &OdishaWest Bengal

Wind EnergyThe Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence Hydro energy Data:The map shows the places where Hydro Power plants are located.The Largest Hydro Power plant is located at Hirakud ( 15 Km. from Sambalpur ) in Odisha.The Hirakud Dam is 4.8 Km in Length and power generation is about 347.5 MW (Installed capacity)

Hydro EnergyHirakud damThe Non-Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence

Coal EnergyThe values are taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coal_mining_in_IndiaThe Non-Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence Crude oil Data:Offshore 49%Gujrat 13%Rajasthan 24%Assam & Nagaland -12%Andhra Pradesh 1%Others - 1%Crude oilThe Non-Renewable Source of Energy:Areas of Existence Nuclear PowerThe Current Scenario of IndiaPower Installed Capacity: 1,73,635 MW

Energy Generation (p.a.): 788355 MUSupply Demand Gap: 9.8 % Peak: 8.5% Average

Per Capita Power Consumption: 850 kWhUpto year 2012Per Capita Energy Consumption In India

Low Per Capita IncomeConclusionIndias Energy uses and emissions are low compared to industrialized countries. BUTWe need to search for Sustainable development options for India, quickly due to factors likeConstraints on energy use, arising from (a) limited domestic energy resources, (b) climate constraints, and(c) land, water and social issues related to energy projects

Development, Energy and ClimateReduce Energy Requirement.Indian economic growth, well-being of people is constrained by energy.

Large potential of Energy Efficiency needs to be actualized

Link energy tariff to energy consumption norm for Commercial buildings Industry: discourage inefficient plants from setting up Appliances: Assist manufacturers to introduce Super Efficient Appliances (as poor Indian consumers are very cost sensitive)Save Energy