Report Summary Evaluating Business Case and Future Scenario of Small and Large Hydro Plants in India
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The current government’s initiatives has embarked concrete avenues for renewable energy capacities from solar and wind power. Given, all the intermittent challenges like huge Capex requirement , environmental considerations and skilled manpower etc. India’s hydro sector looks to gain as well from the fillip observed in the country for clean energy generation.
India is endowed with rich hydropower potential to the tune of 148 GW, which will be able to meet a demand of 84 GW at 60% load factor. Various factors have contributed to the slow pace of hydropower development, resulting in the declining share of hydropower in India’s energy mix. The issues have been exacerbated as hydropower development has largely remained under the ambit of state governments (water being a state-specific subject) with varying policies.
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BUSINESS CASE FOR HYDRO & SMALL HYDRO PROJECTS IN INDIA
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