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The Energy sector in India includes conventional power, renewable energy (RE) , petroleum and natural gas. The total Energy capacity in India stands at 356 GW with major contributors being Thermal (66%), Renewable (22%), Hydro (13%) and Nuclear (2%).

Snapshot

  • 957 Opportunities
  • USD 424.05 bn Worth

Mode of Implementation

  • 438 EPC
  • 115 Others
  • 110 PPP
  • 74 Turnkey
  • 60 Not Disclosed
  • 25 To Be Finalized
  • 0 Hybrid Annuity
  • 0 Swiss Challenge
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Sub-sectors

Electricity Generation (Renewable)

384 Opportunities

USD 187.22 bn worth

Targeted installation of 175 GW of renewable energy capacity in the country by the year 2022

Electricity Distribution

229 Opportunities

USD 52.29 bn worth

Vision to provide last mile connectivity and electricity connection to the remaining un-electrified households in the country.

Electricity Transmission

164 Opportunities

USD 68.71 bn worth

Transmission lines in India aggregate to a total length of 413,407 circuit kilometre (ckm)

Electricity Generation (Non-Renewable)

128 Opportunities

USD 107.38 bn worth

In 2019, the generation capacity in India was 356 GW

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Policies
  • Amendment to the Guidelines for Tariff Based Competitive Bidding Process for Procurement of Power from Grid Connected Wind Power Projects

    The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy amended the bidding guidelines for wind power projects.

  • Schemes for Small Hydro Power Projects

    Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has been vested with the responsibility of developing Small Hydro Power (SHP) projects up to 25 MW station capacities.

  • Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana

    Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana, a scheme for the financial Turnaround of Power Distribution Companies, has been approved GOI with an objective to improve the operational and financial efficiency of the state DISCOMs.

  • Guidelines for New National Biogas and Organic Manure Programme

    The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy released the guidelines for the New National Biogas and Organic Manure Programme in May 2018.This is a Central Sector Scheme, which provides for setting up of family type biogas plants mainly for rural and semi-urban households.

  • Schemes for Biomass Power Projects

    Scheme to promotion of Grid interactive Biomass power and Bagasse cogeneration in Sugar Mills.

  • Draft Model Regulation for Grid Interactive Distributed Renewable Energy Sources

    Guidelines for grid interactive distributed renewable energy sources

  • Schemes for Biomass Gasification Projects

    It aims for implementation of the Biomass Gasifier based Programmes of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India during 2010-11.

  • (Amendment 2019) Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Parks

    Modifications in timeline of development of solar parks

  • Schemes for Biogas Power Projects

    In order to promote this route of power generation,a number of projects of different capacities and applications will be taken up for refining the technical know-how, developing manpower and necessary infrastructure, establishing a proper arrangement of operation & maintenance and large scale dissemination.

  • National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy

    To promote large grid connected wind-solar PV hybrid system.

  • National Policy on Biofuels

    The Policy aims at mainstreaming of biofuels and, therefore, envisions a central role for it in the energy and transportation sectors of the country in coming decades. The Policy will bring about accelerated development and promotion of the cultivation, production and use of biofuels to increasingly substitute petrol and diesel for transport and be used in stationary and other applications, while contributing to energy security, climate change mitigation, apart from creating new employment opportunities and leading to environmentally sustainable development. The Goal of the Policy is to ensure that a minimum level of biofuels become readily available in the market to meet the demand at any given time.

  • Generation based Incentives

    The objectives of this policy is to broaden the investor base, incentivize actual generaion with the help of a generation/outcome based incentive and to facilitate entry of large Independent Power Producers(IPPs) and Foreign Direct Investors(FDI) to the wind power sector.

  • National Offshore Wind Energy Policy

    This policy document is the primary policy decision-making document for offshore wind energy development, including, setting up of offshore wind power projects and research & development activities, in waters, in or adjacent to the country up to the seaward distance of 200 nautical miles from the base line.

  • Schemes for Wind Power Projects

    Sanction for the 'Scheme for setting up of 2000 MW ISTS-connected Wind Power Projects'.

  • Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana

    The scheme will cover works relating to feeder separation, strengthening of sub-transmission & distribution systems, including metering of distribution transformers/ feeders/ consumers and rural electrification.

  • Schemes for Solar Power Plants

    Government of India launched this scheme to promote ecologically sustainable growth while addressing India's energy security challenge.

  • Integrated Power Development Scheme

    The scheme will cover works relating to feeder separation, strengthening of sub-transmission & distribution systems, provisioning of solar panels, including metering of distribution transformers/ feeders/ consumers in urban areas, and IT enablement of distribution sector.