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					ENERGY INDIA 2020

        A SHAPE OF THINGS TO
        COME IN INDIAN ENERGY
        SECTOR




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World Energy Scenario

   World primary energy demand grows by 1.6% per year on average
    between 2006 and 2030 – an increase of 45%

   The world’s energy needs would be well over 50% higher in 2030 than
    today. China and India together account for 45% of the increase in
    global primary energy demand in this scenario.
                                   - World Energy Outlook ( www.iea.org )
Indian Energy Sector
Some facts…


    India - one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is poised
     to grow at around 7 percent on moderate term.
    India’s Energy Consumption is 12.6 million btu.
    India energy intensity is higher compared to Japan, USA and Asia as a
     whole by 3.7, 1.55 and 1.47 times respectively (energy consumption
     compared to GDP). This indicates inefficient use of energy but also
     substantial scope of energy savings.
    Long term energy plan for India therefore should aim at –
a)   Projecting the energy demand
b)   Projecting the energy mix
c)   Exploring the possibilities for alternative sources and
d)   Suggesting measures for energy efficient uses
Indian Energy Sector
Vision of Some Eminent Experts..


   “The energy scene in the 21st century is going to see a major
    shift. Very soon, oil and gas will see its finiteness. It is high time
    that we realize this factor and work towards the fuel of the
    future.
        - Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, Former President of India, Address at Energy
       Technology Conclave “Technology for Sustainability”
   If we expect our economy to keep growing at 9-10% p.a., we
    need a commensurate growth in power supply. The power sector
    has made good progress over the past few years. It has also seen
    very significant changes. However we have not been able to
    make a decisive breakthrough in ensuring high and sustainable
    rates of growth of this sector and improving its financial health.
       - Hon’ble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh
Energy Potential – Shape of Things to
Come

   India's energy potential is rated the third largest in the world,
    with annual installations of 875 mega watts (MW), only after
    Europe and the United States, exceeding forecasts of 500
    MW - BTM Consult.

   A recent study by the World Resources Institute (WRI)
    India’s energy demand is expected to more than double by
    2030. The country is consequently in need of a huge amount
    of new power generation capacity. Considering the figures
    of the WRI, the cheapest generating capacity for India
    will no doubt be energy savings.
Primary Commercial Energy Mix (%)
World V/S India

Resources         World                             India

   Oil             37.4                            33.22
   Natural Gas     24.3                             9.34
   Coal            25.5                            53.54
   Nuclear          6.5                             1.04
   Hydel            6.3                             2.63
                           Source : www. planningcommission.gov.in
Per Capita Energy Consumption in
Some Countries (kWh). How does it
compare?

                    631
                 1379
          6206                          Canada
                                17179   USA
                                        Japan

   8076                                 UK
                                        China
                        13338           India
India - Primary Energy Sources in India(%)




              9%   6% 1%                                Coal
                                                        Oil
                                                        Gas
                                          53%
        31%                                             Hydro
                                                        Nuclear




         Source :BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2009
India - Estimated Fuel Mix by 2020 (%)



                      16

                                    30          Coal
             5
                                                Oil
                                                Gas
             8
                                                Renewable
                                                Nuclear
                                                Traditional
                 16
                               25




       Source : World Energy Statistics, 2009
India – Potential for various Renewable Energy
             Technologies by 2020


  Sources/System                                         Approximate Potential
  Biogas plants (in millions)                            12
  Improved woodstoves in                                 120
  millions)
  Biogas (MW)                                            17000
  Solar Energy (MW/KM2 )                                 20
  Wind Energy (MW)                                       20000
  Small Hydropower (MW)                                  10000
  Ocean Energy (MW)                                      50000
   Source: India 2020 – A Vision for the New Millennium by Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam & Y S Rajan, Page No. 254
ENERGY for the future - Some
Options…

   Clean Coal Technologies
   Usage of renewable energy resource
   Modernization of power transmission & distribution system
   Alternative fuels for surface transportation- bio-fuels,
    electric vehicles, hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles.
   Hydrogen has significant potential as a clean energy source
Energy India 2020
– a shape of things to come on Indian
energy sector

   Global Perspectives of Energy Sector
   Perspectives of Energy Sector in India
   Non-conventional energy – Development so far & potential
    sources
   Profile of major players of energy sector
   Energy efficiency & energy audit
   Energy statistics
   Energy directory
Key Features of Energy India
2020 Book

   Book will be edited by experienced senior journalist
    Shri Jayanti Dave, Ex-Editor, The Financial Express.
   The strong editorial team would provide a solid desk
    research support previewing the available materials
    and report.
   Articles/papers will be invited from Eminent
    personalities in Energy Sector Worldwide.
   Content of the Book will be reviewed by Editorial
    Advisory Board.
Eminent Editorial Advisory Board

   Mr . Suresh Prabhu, Former Union Minister of Power and Heavy Industries,
    Govt. of India, New Delhi
   Ms. Melinda Kimble,Senior Vice President, UN Foundation, Washington DC
    USA
   Dr. Fuad M. Siala, Officer-in-Charge, Energy, Studies Department,
    Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC), Austria
   Dr . Bakul Dholakia, Advisor , Adani Group, Ahmedabad
   Mr Harish Mehta, Director, Suzlon Group, New Delhi
   Mr. Apurba Saha, Executive Director, ONGC (Bombay High)
   Mr . K Subramanya, CEO, Tata BP Solar, India Ltd, Bangalore
   Mr . Jayesh Buch Resident Director , Essar Group, Ahmedabad
   Dr . Andreas Reuter, MD, Kenersys Europe GmbH, Munster , Germany
   Dr Keith N Melton, President, EUREC Agency, Belgium
Eminent Editorial Advisory Board

   Mr . Ajit C Kapadia, Vice Chairman, Centre for Fuel Studies and
    Research , New Delhi
   Mr . Piyush Patel, Summit Research Lab Inc., New York
   Mr . Satyadeo Purohit, Director,Forbes Marshall, Pune
   Mr . Harish Chatterjee, Work Director, Raymond Ltd, Pardi, Valsad
   Dr . Dinesh Avasthi, Director, EDI,Ahmedabad
   Mr. Shailesh Modi, President & CEO, Fourth Vision, Ahmedabad
   Mr . Sribas C. Bhattacharya, President, International Energy Initiatives,
    Kolkata
Book Circulation Matrix (Category wise)
(Print/CD format)

                    Energy Audit &
                                               Energy
                   Management 3%
                                        Institutions/Organi
  Consultants (EPC)                         sations 2%
         3%


                                     Engineers 2%
                                                          Electricity
     State nodal                                          regulatory
     agencies for                                     commissions, state
  renewable energy                                      organisations-
    resources 5%                                      electricity boards/
                                                       departments 30%




  Transmission &
    distribution
  companies 10%


                                          Generation
              Central ministries,
                                       companies (Govt,
                state power/
                                       Private, Captive)
                   energy
                                             25%
              departments 20%
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