Renewable Energy Market in India 2014 - 2022

Renewable Energy Market in India 2014 - 2022

$4,995.00

Publication ID
NOV0614001
Publication Date
June 2, 2014
Pages
170
Regions Covered
Publisher
India has set a target of achieving overall renewable energy installed capacity of 41,400 MW by 2017 and 72,400 MW by 2022. To achieve this target, India will have to add 40,130.39 MW of renewable energy installed capacity. To achieve a target of 72,000 MW of installed capacity for renewable energy India will have to invest around US$ 46.22 billion. Almost similar investment will be made in upgrading the transmission and distribution (T&D) infrastructure and old renewable plants which will reach their end of life. NOVONOUS estimates that India will have to invest US$ 83.35 billion in the renewable energy market till 2022.
Renewable Energy Market in India is anticipated to see investments worth $83.35 billion by 2022.
 
India has the world’s fifth-largest electricity generation capacity which currently stands at 243 GW. Renewable energy including large hydro constitutes for only 28.8% of overall installed capacity in India. The total renewable energy potential from various sources in India is 2,49,188 MW.
 
India till 31st March 2014 has been able to achieve only 12.95% of its renewable energy potential. The untapped market potential for overall renewable energy in India is 216918.39 MW which shows huge growth potential for renewable energy in India.
 
The power sector in India is highly diverse with varied commercial sources for power generation like coal, natural gas, hydro, oil and nuclear as well as unconventional sources of energy like solar, wind, bio-gas and agriculture. The demand for power has been growing at a rapid rate and overtaken the supply, leading to power shortages in spite of manifold growth in power generation over the years.
 
Renewable Energy Potential and Market Size in India 2014 - 2022
 
Focused efforts are going on to bridge this demand-supply gap by way of policy reforms, participation from private sector and development of the Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP). The power sector offers tremendous opportunities for investing companies due to the huge size of the market, growth potential and returns available on capital.
 
Industrialization, urbanization, population growth, economic growth, improvement in per capita consumption of electricity, depletion of coal reserve, increasing import of coal, crude oil and other energy sources and the rising concern over climate change have put India in a critical position. It has to take a tough stance to balance between economic development and environmental sustainability. One of the primary challenges for India would be to alter its existing energy mix which is dominated by coal to greater share of cleaner and sustainable sources of energy.
 

Scope of Renewable Energy Market in India 2014-2022 report

  • This report aims to provide information on key renewable technologies currently used in India which are:
  • This report provides a detailed view of Indian renewable energy scenario with current installed capacity and supply options.
  • This report identifies the need for focusing on renewable energy sector in India.
  • This report provides detailed information on growth forecasts up to 2022 for various segments of renewable energy market in India.
  • This report also focuses on developing a better understanding of the current state of the renewable energy generation technology used in India.
  • This study also identifies various central and state policies related to renewable energy generation and distribution in different states of India for various sectors.
  • The report identifies the growth drivers and inhibitors for renewable energy market in India.
  • The report identifies the key risks associated with renewable energy market in India.
  • The report identifies EXIM scenario in various renewable energy segments in India.
  • The report identifies the key challenges faced by new players in Indian renewable energy market.
  • This report provides future trends for renewable energy market in India.
  • This report also provides strategic recommendations for policy makers, manufacturers and end users.
 
 

1. Executive Summary

Scope of the Report
Research Methodology

2. India’s Energy Position

2. India’s Energy Position
2.1 Future Energy Requirements and Supply Options
2.2 India’s Electricity Demand Till 2032
2.3 Analysis of state-wise Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) Regulation across India
2.4 State-wise Non-Solar and Solar RPOs (2011-12 to 2019-20)

3. Need for Renewable Energy in India

3.1 Energy Security
3.2 Economic Viability
3.3 Rural Electrification

4. Wind Energy Market in India

4.1 Forecast for Indian Wind Energy Sector 2014-2022
4.2 State-wise Wind Farmable Sites in India
4.3 State-wise Wind Energy Potential in India (in MW)
4.4 State-wise Wind Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
4.5 State-wise Wind Energy Capacity Utilization in India (in %)
4.6 State-wise Contribution of Wind Energy Installed Capacity in India (in %)
4.7 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Wind Energy in India
4.8 EXIM Scenario in Indian Wind Energy Sector
Export Scenario
Import Scenario
4.9 Central Incentives Available for Wind Energy Market in India
4.10 Wind Power Generation Technology
4.11 C-WET Certified Wind Turbine Generator Manufacturers
4.12 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Wind Energy Market in India
Growth Drivers
Growth Inhibitors
4.13 State-wise Tariff Comparison between Wind and Solar Energy in India
4.14 Risks Associated With Wind Energy in India
Credit Risk
Policy Risk
Technical Risk
4.15 Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Wind Energy Industry in India
Rivalry among Existing Firms
Threat of New Entrants
Threat of Substitutes
Bargaining Power of Suppliers
Bargaining Power of Buyers
4.16 SWOT Analysis of Wind Energy Industry in India
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
4.17 Challenges for New Players in Indian Wind Energy Sector
Challenges for New Wind Turbine Manufacturers
Challenges for New Wind Turbine Component Manufacturers
Challenges for New Wind Farm Operators
4.18 Recommendations for Policy Makers

5. Solar Energy Market in India

5.1 Forecast for Indian Solar Energy Sector 2014-2022
5.2 State-wise Solar Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
5.3 State-wise Grid Connected Solar Power Projects under JNNSM
5.4 State-wise Solar RPO Targets (2011-12 to 2021-22)
5.5 Solar Power Capacity Requirements (FY12 – FY22)
5.6 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Solar PV Energy in India
5.7 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Solar Thermal Energy in India
5.8 EXIM Scenario in Indian Solar Energy Sector
Export Scenario for Solar PV Cells
Import Scenario for Solar PV Cells
Export Scenario for Solar Collectors
Import Scenario for Solar Collectors
Export Scenario for Solar Lanterns/Lamps
Import Scenario for Solar Lanterns/Lamps
5.9 Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Solar Energy Market in India
Growth Drivers
Growth Inhibitors
5.10 Risks Associated with Solar Energy in India
Credit Risk
Policy Risk
Technical Risk
5.11 Application-wise Solar Energy Potential and Forecasts
Rooftop Solar PV Programme
Off-Grid Lighting Systems
Solar City Scheme
Solar Water Pumping
Telecom Towers
Solar Water Heating Systems
Solar Cookers and Steam Generating Systems
Industrial Process Heat Applications
Solar Air Conditioning / Refrigeration
Solar Water Purification / Desalination
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Plants
5.12 Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Solar Energy Industry in India
Rivalry among Existing Firms
Threat of New Entrants
Threat of Substitutes
Bargaining Power of Suppliers
Bargaining Power of Buyers
5.13 SWOT Analysis of Solar Energy Industry in India
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
5.14 Challenges for New Players in Indian Solar Energy Sector
Challenges for New Solar Energy Manufacturers
Challenges for New Solar Energy Component Manufacturers
Challenges for New Solar Farm Operators
5. 15 Recommendations for Policy Makers

6. Small Hydro Power Market in India

6.1 Forecast for Indian Small Hydro Power (SHP) Sector 2014-2022
6.2 State-wise Small Hydro Power Potential in India (in MW)
6.3 State-wise Small Hydro Power Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
6.4 State-wise Small Hydro Power Upcoming Capacity in India (in MW)
6.5 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Small Hydro Power in India
6.6 EXIM Scenario in Indian Small Hydro Power Sector
Export Scenario
Import Scenario
6.7 Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Small Hydro Power Market in India
Growth Drivers
Growth Inhibitors
6.8 Risks Associated with Small Hydro Power in India
Credit Risk
Policy Risk
Technical Risk
6.9 Challenges for New Players in Indian Small Hydro Power Sector
6.10 Recommendations for Policy Makers

7. Biomass/ Bagasse Cogeneration Power Market in India

7.1 Forecast for Indian Biomass/Bagasse Cogeneration Sector 2014-2022
7.2 State-wise Biomass Power Potential in India (in MW)
7.3 State-wise Bagasse Cogeneration Power Potential in India (in MW)
7.4 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Biomass Power in India
7.5 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Bagasse Cogeneration Power in India
7.6 Central Financial Assistance (CFA) for Biomass/ Bagasse Cogeneration Power Projects
7.7 Fiscal Incentives for Biomass/ Bagasse Cogeneration Power Projects
7.8 Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Biomass/ Bagasse Cogeneration Power Market in India
Growth Drivers
Growth Inhibitors
7.9 Challenges for New Players in Indian Biomass / Bagasse Cogeneration Power Sector
7.10 Recommendations for Policy Makers

8. Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Market in India

8.1 Forecast for Indian Waste to Energy (WtE) Sector 2014-2022
8.2 State-wise Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Potential in India (in MW) for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)
8.3 State-wise Regulation and Policy Comparison for Waste to Energy (WtE) Power in India for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)
8.4 Central Financial Assistance (CFA) for Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Projects
Capital Subsidy to Developers
Incentives to State Nodal Agencie
Financial assistance for promotional activities
8.5 Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Market in India
Growth Drivers
Growth Inhibitors
8.6 Challenges for New Players in Indian Biomass / Bagasse Cogeneration Power Sector
8.7 Recommendations for Policy Makers

Company Information

 

List of Exhibits

Exhibit 1.1 Current Installed Capacity for Renewable Energy in India
Exhibit 1.2 Source-wise Renewable Energy Targets and Required Investment in India till 2022
Exhibit 2.1 Per Capita Electricity Consumption in India
Exhibit 2.2 Year on Year Electricity Production Growth in India
Exhibit 2.3 Region-wise Energy Deficit in India
Exhibit 2.4 Source-wise Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 2.5 Electricity Consumption in India by 2032
Exhibit 2.6 Analysis of state-wise RPO Regulation across India
Exhibit 2.7 State-wise Non-Solar and Solar RPOs (2011-12 to 2019-20)
Exhibit 3.1 Total Renewable Energy Potential in India (in MW)
Exhibit 3.2 Source-wise Cost Per Unit of Electricity Production in India (in INR)
Exhibit 3.3 Electrified vs. Unelectrified Village in India 
Exhibit 4.1 Renewable Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 4.2 Year-wise Capacity Addition for Wind Energy in India from 2002-2014 (in MW)
Exhibit 4.3 Market Potential in Wind Energy Market in India by 2022 (in US$ billion) 
Exhibit 4.4 State-wise Wind Farmable Sites in India
Exhibit 4.5 State-wise Wind Energy Potential in India (in MW)
Exhibit 4.6 State-wise Wind Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 4.7 State-wise Wind Energy Capacity Utilization in India (in %)
Exhibit 4.8 State-wise Wind Energy Installed Capacity in India (in %)   
Exhibit 4.9 State-wise Wind Energy Regulation and Policy in India
Exhibit 4.10 Export Value of Wind Generators from India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 4.11 Export Quantity of Wind Generators from India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY13-14
Exhibit 4.12 Import Value of Wind Generators in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 4.13 Import Quantity of Wind Generators in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 4.14 Central Incentives Available in Wind Energy Market in India 
Exhibit 4.15 Major Technologies Used in Wind Turbines
Exhibit 4.16 Process Diagram for Wind Energy Generation and Transmission
Exhibit 4.17 List of C-WET Approved Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) Manufactures
Exhibit 4.18 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Wind Energy Market in India
Exhibit 4.19 State-wise Tariff Comparison between Wind and Solar Energy (in INR/kWh)
Exhibit 4.20 Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Wind Energy Industry in India
Exhibit 4.21 SWOT Analysis of Wind Energy Industry in India
Exhibit 4.22 Challenges for New Players in Indian Wind Energy Sector 
Exhibit 4.23 Recommendations for Policy Makers
Exhibit 5.1 Renewable Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 5.2 Year-wise Installed Capacity for Solar Energy in India from 2009-2014 (in MW) 
Exhibit 5.3 Market Potential in Solar Energy Market in India by 2022 (in US$ billion)
Exhibit 5.4 State-wise Solar Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 5.5 State-wise Grid Connected Solar Power Projects in India under JNNSM (in MW)
Exhibit 5.6 State-wise Solar RPO Targets (2011-12 to 2021-22)
Exhibit 5.7 Solar Power Capacity Requirements (FY12 to FY22)
Exhibit 5.8 State-wise Solar PV Energy Regulation and Policy in India 
Exhibit 5.9 State-wise Solar Thermal Energy Regulation and Policy in India
Exhibit 5.10 Export Value of Solar PV Cells from India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.11 Export Volume of Solar PV Cells from India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.12 Import Value of Solar PV Cells in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.13 Import Volume of Solar PV Cells in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.14 Export Value of Solar Collectors from India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.15 Export Volume of Solar Collectors from India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.16 Import Value of Solar Collectors in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14  
Exhibit 5.17 Import Volume of Solar Collectors in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.18 Export Value of Solar Lanterns/Lamps from India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.19 Export Volume of Solar Lanterns/Lamps from India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.20 Import Value of Solar Lanterns/Lamps in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.21 Import Volume of Solar Lanterns/Lamps in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 5.22 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Solar Energy Market in India
Exhibit 5.23 Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) Targets for Phase I, II and III in India
Exhibit 5.24 Forecast of Rooftop Solar Energy and its Potential in India (in INR billion)
Exhibit 5.25 Forecast of Off-Grid Solar Lighting Systems and its Potential in India (in INR billion) 
Exhibit 5.26 Forecast of Solar Water Pumps and its Potential in India (in INR billion)
Exhibit 5.27 Forecast of Solar Telecom Towers and its Potential in India (in INR million) 
Exhibit 5.28 Forecast of Solar Water Heating Systems and its Potential in India (in INR billion) 
Exhibit 5.29 Forecast of Solar Cookers and its Potential in India (in INR million) 
Exhibit 5.30 Forecast of Concentrated Solar Thermal (CST) and its Potential in India (in INR million)
Exhibit 5.31 Forecast of Solar Air Conditioning / Refrigeration and its Potential in India (in INR million) 
Exhibit 5.32 JNNSM Targets for Phase II for Solar PV and CSP 
Exhibit 5.33 Forecast of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and its Potential in India (in INR billion)
Exhibit 5.34 Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Solar Energy Industry in India 
Exhibit 5.35 SWOT Analysis of Solar Energy Industry in India
Exhibit 5.36 Challenges for New Players in Indian Solar Energy Sector
Exhibit 5.37 Recommendations for Policy Makers
Exhibit 6.1 Renewable Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 6.2 Year-wise Installed Capacity for Small Hydro Power (SHP) in India from 2009-2014 (in MW) 
Exhibit 6.3 Market Potential in Small Hydro Power Market in India by 2022 (in US$ billion)
Exhibit 6.4 State-wise Small Hydro Power Potential in India (in MW) 
Exhibit 6.5 State-wise Small Hydro Power Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 6.6 State-wise Small Hydro Power Upcoming Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 6.7 State-wise Small Hydro Power Regulation and Policy in India
Exhibit 6.8 Export Value of Water Turbine Generators in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14 
Exhibit 6.9 Export Volume of Water Turbine Generators in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 6.10 Import Value of Water Turbine Generators in India (in US$ million) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14
Exhibit 6.11 Import Volume of Water Turbine Generators in India (in thousands) from FY 03-04 to FY 13-14 
Exhibit 6.12 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Small Hydro Power Market in India
Exhibit 6.13 Challenges for New Players in Indian Small Hydro Power Sector
Exhibit 6.14 Recommendations for Policy Makers
Exhibit 7.1 Renewable Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 7.2 Year-wise Capacity Addition for Biomass and Bagasse Cogeneration in India from 2002-2014 (in MW)
Exhibit 7.3 Market Potential in Biomass/Bagasse Cogeneration Market in India by 2022 (in US$ million) 
Exhibit 7.4 State-wise Biomass Power Potential in India (in MW)
Exhibit 7.5 State-wise Bagasse Cogeneration Power Potential in India (in MW)
Exhibit 7.6 State-wise Biomass Power Regulation and Policy in India 
Exhibit 7.7 State-wise Bagasse Cogeneration Power Regulation and Policy in India
Exhibit 7.8 Financial Incentives for Biomass / Bagasse Cogeneration Power in India
Exhibit 7.9 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Biomass / Bagasse Cogeneration Power Market in India 
Exhibit 7.10 Challenges for New Players in Indian Biomass/ Bagasse Cogeneration Power Sector 
Exhibit 7.11 Recommendations for Policy Makers 
Exhibit 8.1 Renewable Energy Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
Exhibit 8.2 Market Potential in Waste to Energy (WtE) Market in India by 2022 (in US$ million) 
Exhibit 8.3 State-wise Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Potential in India (in MW) for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) 
Exhibit 8.4 State-wise Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Regulation and Policy in India for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) 
Exhibit 8.5 CFA for Waste to Energy Power in India under 12th Five Year Plan
Exhibit 8.6 Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Market in India
Exhibit 8.7 Challenges for New Players in Indian Waste to Energy (WtE) Power Sector
Exhibit 8.8 Recommendations for Policy Makers
 
NA
How to buy market research report?
 

Process to buy a market research report from us

Step 1: Select publication license from Publication Type dropdown.
Step 2: Click Add To Cart button.
Step 3: The report is added to your cart and you are redirected to cart page.
Step 4: Enter Coupon Code (if applicable) and click on Apply to order button.
Step 5: Review your cart and either click on Checkout button to proceed or click on Checkout with PayPal button for Express Checkout. Please note PayPal option is not available for buyers from India.
Step 6: Enter your E-mail Address and choose your desired Username and Password for a new account or login with your existing account.
Step 7: Enter your Billing Information.
Step 8: Choose your Payment Method from either 2Checkout (default option) or PayPal and click on Review order button.
Step 9: Review your order and click on Submit order button to go to payment gateway and make payments.
Step 10: You can change your language and currency if you have selected 2Checkout as your payment option. Your billing information is pre-filled, so you can proceed to Payment Method tab.
Step 11: Enter your Credit/Debit Card details and click Submit Payment button to make payment and complete purchase process.
 
Please contact us if you need an Invoice or any other information regarding purchase process.

Do you have more questions related to this market research report after going trhough the description and table of contents?

We are here to help. Please use the form given below to let us know your questions related to this report.

Kindly use your official email address and contact number to ensure speedy response.

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
1 + 0 =
Solve this simple math problem and enter the result. E.g. for 1+3, enter 4.

SINGLE USER LICENSE (PDF)

  • This license allows for use of a publication by one person.
  • This person may print out a single copy of the publication.
  • This person can include information given in the publication in presentations and internal reports by providing full copyright credit to the publisher.
  • This person cannot share the publication (or any information contained therein) with any other person or persons.
  • Unless a Global License is purchased, a Single User License must be purchased for every person that wishes to use the publication within the same organization.
  • Customers who infringe these license terms are liable for a Global license fee.

 

SITE USER LICENSE (PDF)*

  • This license allows for use of a publication by all users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office.
  • These users may print out a single copy of the publication.
  • These users can include information given in the publication in presentations and internal reports by providing full copyright credit to the publisher.
  • These users cannot share the publication (or any information contained therein) with any other person or persons outside the corporate location for which the publication is purchased.
  • Unless a Global License is purchased, a Site User License must be purchased for every corporate location by an organization that wishes to use the publication within the same organization.
  • Customers who infringe these license terms are liable for a Global license fee.

 

GLOBAL USER LICENSE (PDF)*

  • This license allows for use of a publication by unlimited users within the purchasing organization e.g. all employees of a single company.
  • Each of these people may use the publication on any computer, and may print out the report, but may not share the publication (or any information contained therein) with any other person or persons outside of the organization.
  • These employees of purchasing organization can include information given in the publication in presentations and internal reports by providing full copyright credit to the publisher.

*If Applicable.

Note: Product cover images are only for representative purpose only and may vary from those shown above.

Shopping cart

0 Items $0.00
Not able to find what you are looking for?
Call Us
WHY CHOOSE MARKET RESEARCH REPORTS?
1
Trusted By Leaders
2
Shop With Confidence
3
Customer Centric
4
Personalized Solutions
5
Secure Checkout

User login

Related Market Research Reports

Clients Who Trust Us

Orange, Google, Microsoft, Barclays, CassidianIntel, TPG, Elit Net, Cross Business Producers, AcmavolpakB. Braun, Cobham, fiserv, Harris, Wipro, AonAl Meera, Nomura Research Institute, Tata Consultancy Services, Amara Raja, Hiranandani EnergyMunich Re, Lotte Chemical, National Post, First Data