The report highlights the significant potential for value creation along the different segments of the value chain for technologies, including project planning, manufacturing, installation, grid connection, operation and maintenance and decommissioning. Additional opportunities for value creation arise from supportingactivities, such as education and training, financing and policy making. To benefit fully from the socio-economic impacts of renewable energy, the right mix of cross-sectorial policies, covering deployment and industrial policies,is needed. Building a domestic renewable energy industry requires stimulating investments, strengthening firmlevel capabilities, promoting education and training, and encouraging research and innovation.
Table of Content 1.India’s Renewable Energy Position 1.1 Present India’s Energy Position 1.2 India’s Electricity Demand 1.3 Need for Renewable Energy in India 1.3.1 REC structure in India 1.3.2 Procurement process 1.3.3 Different types of REC’s in India 1.3.4 Costing of REC’s 1.3.5 Proper Flow diagram of REC’s Workfl ow 1.3.6 RPO Regulations in India 1.4 Rural Electrifi cation 1.4.1 History 1.4.2 XIth Plan Achievements 1.4.3 XIIth Plan Targets 1.5 Road Ahead 2.India’s Wind Energy Sector 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Sector Size and Development 2.3 State Wise Wind Farmable Sites in India-2014 2.4 Wind-Energy Potential in India State-Wise-2014 2.5 Installed Capacity in India-2014 2.6 Installed Capacity State-Wise in India-2014 3. Policy and Legal Framework 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Institutional Framework 3.3 Policy Framework 3.4 Other Important Initiatives 4. Regulatory Framework 4.1 Regulations given by State Government 4.2 Regulations given by Central Government 4.3 Issues and the Way Ahead 5. Government Initiatives 5.1 Initiatives given by Central Government 5.2 Initiatives given by State Government 6. EXIM Scenario of Wind in India till 2020 6.1 Export Scenario of Wind in India till 2020 6.2 Import Scenario of Wind in India till 2020 7. Economic Viability of Wind Energy in India 7.1 Cost Components involved 7.2 Capital Costs of Existing Power Plants (Symbolic) 7.3 Tariffs given by the Central and State Governments 7.4 Sources for fi nancing 7.4.1 IREDA 7.4.2 World Bank, ADB and IFC 7.4.3 Indian Banks 7.4.4 Foreign Banks 7.4.5 Investment Trends 7.5 Pay-Back Period Scenarios 7.5.1 Captive consumption of wind power by CLP India 7.5.2 Wind power for captive use by SBI 7.6 Bottlenecks involved 7.6.1 Policy Level Barriers 7.6.2 Market Based Barriers 7.6.3 Barriers to Rural Off-grid Projects 7.6.4 Barriers to Commercial Off-grid Projects 7.6.5 Gaps and Needs in RE fi nancing 8.Analysis of Energy generated from Wind Sector 8.1 Levelized Cost of Electricity from Wind Power (LCOE) 8.1.1 Cost Structure of Large-scale wind farms 188.8.131.52 Capital costs of onshore and offshore wind farms 184.108.40.206 O&M costs of onshore and offshore wind farms 8.2 Recent estimates of the LCOE of onshore and offshore wind 8.3 LCOE estimates for 2015 to 2020 9. Wind Power Generation Technology 9.1 Technology involved in Generation 9.2 Various Components of Wind Mill 9.2.1 Rotor (Market Share from 2009-2014) 9.2.2 Blades (Market Share from 2009-2014) 9.2.3 Generator (Market Share from 2009-2014) 9.2.4 Turbines (Market Share from 2009-2014) 9.2.5 Other Components 10. Equipment Manufacturers and Technology Providers 10.1 Manufacturing Capacity in India 10.2 Trends in Generation Technology 10.3 Issues and Challenges faced by Manufacturing Companies 11. Analysis of Indian Wind Energy Sector 11.1 PESTLE Analysis of Indian Wind Energy Sector 11.2 SWOT Analysis of Important Players in Wind Energy 11.2.1 Suzlon Energy 11.2.2 Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Limited 11.2.3 Vestas Wind Technology India Private Limited 11.2.4 Wind World India Limited 11.2.5 Global Wind Power Limited 11.2.6 Inox Wind Limited 11.2.7 Kenersys India Private Limited 11.2.8 Regen Powertech Private Limited 11.2.9 GE India Industrial Private Limited 11.2.10 RRB Energy Limited 11.2.11 LM Wind Power Technologies (India) Private Limited 11.2.12 Other Important Players 12. Off-Grid Wind Power 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Key Off-Grid Applications 12.3 Market Size 12.4 Key Players 12.5 Government Assistance 13. Global Wind Power Scenario 13.1 Present Position of Wind Energy Market 13.2 Important Global Transitions 13.3 Increasing Demand 13.4 Issues and Challenges 14. Future Outlook 14.1 Growth Drivers for Future Demand 14.2 Investment Requirement 14.3 Business Opportunities 14.3.1 Manufacturing Opportunities 14.3.2 Services and Support Opportunities 14.3.3 Trading Opportunities 14.3.4 Opportunities in R&D 14.3.5 Other Opportunities 14.4 Challenges for New Wind Turbine Manufacturers 14.5 Challenges for New Wind Turbine Component Manufacturers 14.6 Challenges for New Wind Farm Operators 15. Appendix 15.1 Case Studies 15.1.1 Grid Integration of Wind Power: A case study of Tamil Nadu 15.1.2 Wind Power Integration into Electricity Systems
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