India's Energy Sector

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The part of presentation contains gist of Indian energy sector and prospect @ 2050. The statistics are compiled from various government and international agency reports. The presentation is a part of the corporate presentation used by Synergem.

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2. Objective of Seminar Energy sector at a glance Profiles in Energy Sector About Synergem Seizing the opportunities 2 3. Sectors at a Glance Primary Agriculture, Mining, Forestry, Farming etc Secondary Manufacturing, Production, Infrastructure Energy, Smelting, Automobiles, Textile, Paper, Cement, Chemical etc Tertiary(Service Industry) - FMCG, retail & wholesale, transport, entertainment, restaurants, clerical services, media, tourism, insurance, banking, healthcare, and law. QuaternarySector (Intellectual activities) - Government, culture, libraries, scientific research, education, and information technology 3 4. Energy Sector at a Glance 4 5. Overview of Energy Sector Installed capacity of 2,23,625 MW as of April 2013, the world's fifth largest World's 4th largest energy consumer after United States, China and Russia The per capita average annual domestic electricity consumption India - 778 kWh Worldwide - 2600 kWh European Union - 6200 kWh 5 6. 6 7. Energy Sector 2050 !! Scope of investment of over $300 billion Ministry of Power Capacity addition of 400GW to 600GW - International Energy Agency Amongst the world's most active players in renewable energy, especially wind and solar energy Huge potential in energy conservation - A case study in Kerala estimated that replacing faulty meters could reduce distribution losses from 34% to 29% 7 8. Energy demand trend in India 2050 (Central Electricity Authority) 8 9. Sector wise planned investment 12th Five Year Plan 9 10. 10 11. Power Sector - Current Scenario Coal availability Land acquisition Environmental clearance Policies adopted: Establishment of Power Exchange/ Tariff based bidding/ Open access in transmission and distribution From production-oriented power business to market-driven power business Power sector is under major shift in reforms, policies and incentives 11 12. Good Luck & Happy Learning Thank You..!! 12