About Energy Generation (Non-Renewable) Sub-Sector
Empowering India's Energy Landscape: Non-Renewable Energy Generation.
India's energy landscape is diversifying, and non-renewable sources play a pivotal role, with coal at the forefront, addressing a substantial 55% of the nation's energy needs. Notably, fossil fuels constitute 57.5% of the total installed electricity generation capacity, with coal contributing a significant 49.7%. Moreover, in 2020, the petroleum and natural gas sector experienced a remarkable USD 59 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows. As India gears up for unprecedented energy demand growth, it is set to be one of the world's largest oil consumers. The National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) is paving the way for projects worth USD 108.32 billion to strengthen our non-renewable energy generation sector. Join us in empowering India's energy future.