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MEDA

ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES


IN
PROMOTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
Presented by : Vikrant B. Virwadekar
Manager (Solar)
9422487373
WHY RENEWABLE ENERGY ?

Fossil Fuels-World
& India’s Reserves

Fossil World’s India’s Reserves % of Remarks on Indian


Fuel Reserves (Proven) World Reserves
(Proven) Reserves
Coal 984 billion 84,414 million 8% will last for 40
tonnes tonnes years

Crude 140.4 658 million tonnes 0.46% will last for 16


Oil billion years
tonnes

Natur 144.8 628 billion cubic 0.43% will last for 23


al Gas trillion meters years
cubic
meter
TEDDY-2001-2002& MEDA -2012 Perspective Plan prepared by Teri, New Delhi
MAHARASHTRA ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

H Government of Maharashtra Undertaking


H Registered in 1985 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of
1860

H GOVERNING BODY
‰ Chairman : Minister of Non Conventional Energy

‰ Member Secretary : Director General, MEDA

‰ Ex-Officio Members : Secretaries of various departments


such as Energy, Planning, RDD, Industries, Agriculture,
Finance and Chairman, MSEB

‰ 4 Nominees : experts
OBJECTIVES OF MEDA
 Promote, Develop, Non-
conventional, Renewable and
Alternate Energy Sources and
Technologies

 Take Concrete steps for Energy


Conservation

 Assist GOI and GOM in


Renewable Energy Programmes

 Evolve Suitable Alternatives


National First Prize to MEDA
 Install Demonstration Projects
for Wind Energy Development
for four consecutive years viz.
 Pursue Power Projects Based on 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-
Renewable Energy 2001 and 2001-02.
POTENTIAL FOR POWER GENERATION FROM
RENEWABLES IN INDIA & MAHARASHTRA

S.N. RENEWABLE POTENTIAL IN POTENTIAL IN


SOURCES INDIA MAHARASHTRA
MW MW
1 WIND 45000 3650
2 SMALL HYDRO 10000 715.60
3 BIOMASS / 16000 781
AGRO--WASTE
AGRO
4 BAGASSE BASED CO-
CO- 3500 1000
GENERATION
5 MUNICIPAL SOLID 1500 100 *
WASTE–
WASTE –TO
TO––ENERGY
6 TOTAL 76000 6246.6 **
* BESIDES THIS, MEDA IS STUDYING POTENTIAL FOR POWER GENERATION FROM
INDUSTRIAL WASTE
** BESIDES THIS MAHARASHTRA HAS SOLAR PV POTENTIAL – 20 MW / SQ. KM.
DETAILS OF ELECTRICITY
GENERATION FROM WIND

¾ TOTALPOTENTIAL 3650 MW

¾ TECHNICAL 3020 MW
POTENTIAL

¾ CAPACITY 401.355 MW
INSTALLED

¾ SITES IDENTIFIED 26 NOS

¾ SITES UNDER 11 NOS


INSTALLATION

¾ ANNUAL 600 MILL


ELECTRICITY UNITS
GENERATION
MAHARASHTRA WINDY SITES

Sr No District W indy SiteS (26 )

1 AHMEDNAGAR KAVDYADONGAR, KHANDKE, KOLGAON,


PACHPATTA

2 BEED SAUT ADA

3 DHULE RAIPUR, T AKARMOULI, BR AHMANW EL

4 KOLHAPUR ALAMPR ABHU

5 NANDURBAR CHAKLA

6 NASHIK GAW ALW ADI

7 PUNE LONAVALA

8 SANGLI GUDEPANCHGANI, DHALGAON,


DONGARW ADI

9 SAT ARA CHALKEW ADI, THOSEGHAR,


VANKUSAW ADE, MATREW ADI,
VAREK ARW ADI, PACHGANI,
MANDARDEV, K AS, AMBHERI, PALSHI.

10 SINDHUDURG VIJAYDURG
CURRENT WIND POWER GENERATING SITES
SR. NO. SITE INSTALLED CAPACITY MW
MSEB DEMONSTRAT ION PROJECTS
1. DAHANU 0.09
2. DEOGAD 1.10
MEDA DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
1. VIJAYDURG 1.50
2. CHALKEWADI 2.00
3. GUDE PANCHGANI 1.84
4. MOTHA 2.00
PRIVATE WIND POWER PROJECTS
1. CHALKEWADI 22.57
2. THOSEGHAR 30.86
3. VANKUSAVADE 242.825
4. MATREWADI 5.75
5. GUDEPANCHGANI 10.42
6. DHALGAON 8.40
7. KAWDYA DONGAR 57.00
8. VAREKARWADI 9.00
9. BRAMHANWEL 6.00
GRAND TOTAL 401.355
STAND ALONE SYSTEMS –
SOLAR THERMAL

Solar Water Heating System at “Ranwara”


DSK Project, Pune

H SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEM – DOMESTIC &


COMMERCIAL
H SOLAR COOKER – FLAT TYPE
H SOLAR CONCENTRATING COOKER
H SOLAR DESALINATION SYSTEM
H SOLAR DRYER
SOLAR THERMAL PROGRAMME
SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEM
PRINCIPLE: SUNLIGHT HAS BOTH
HEAT & LIGHT
• THE HEAT PORTION OF SOLAR
ENERGY IS CONVERTED TO
THERMAL ENERGY FOR
HEATING WATER AT 600C -
800C
• SOLAR WATER HEATING
SYSTEM CONSISTS OF
COLLECTOR, INSULATED HOT
WATER TANK & ALLIED PIPING
•No subsidy

Subsidised Loans Available From:


(5% To 7%)

Canara Bank, Union Bank Of India,


Andhra Bank, Bank Of Maharashtra,
Punjab And Sind Bank, Syndicate
Bank, Punjab National Bank.
Requirement for installation of Solar Hot
water system
1. Capacity required.
2. Shadow free area available. (3 Sq. m/100
LPD)
3. Cold water arrangement.
4. Cold water Tank height. (Min. 2.5 m)
5. Piping requirement. (B-Class –Blue belt)
(A- Yellow) (C- Red)
6. Insulation (Spintek / rookwool/ Puf/
Glasswool)
(Collector output -125L/ collector)
SOLAR THERMAL PROGRAMME
SOLAR COOKING SYSTEM
PRINCIPLE : CONVERSION OF SOLAR ENRGY TO THERMAL ENERGY WHICH CAN BE USED
FOR COOKING FOOD

ITEMS SOLAR DISH SOLAR COMMUNI TY SOLAR SOLAR STEAM


COOKER COOKER(SK14) COOKER COOKING
FLAT TYPE ( DIAMETER 1.4 ( MINI MUM APERTUR E
( ISI MARK) METER, FOCAL AREA – 7 SQ. METER
LENGTH 0.28M) FOCAL LENGTH 2.70M)
(4)
(15) (50)

INDICATIVE 1,725/- 6,500/- 65,000/- 8,000/- PER SQ.


COST (RS.) METER
CENTRAL NIL 50% OF TOTAL 50% OF TOTAL COST 50% OF TOTAL
SUBSIDY COST SUBJECT SUBJECT TO COST
TO MAXI MUM OF MAXIMUM OF RS.
RS. 2,500/- PER 25,000/- PER COOKER.
COOKER.
Solar PV Lanterns
Solar Photovoltaic
Lanterns, the most
popular solar lighting
device, The Solar
lantern is as per MNES
specification, which is
fitted with a 7W CFL and
10W SPV module.
Solar PV Home lighting system
For countries like
India where a large
part of the
population lives in
rural area, where
grid supply is not
available, the SPV
powered domestic
light system is an
ideal solution. It is
especially useful for
out-of-the holiday
locations.
SOLAR PV STREET LIGHT
o Standalone solar
photovoltaic system
o Consists of 74 w PV
module, inverter,
battery, control
electronics
o Auto switch on/of
operation
o 3 to 4 days system
autonomy.
o Minimum maintenance
Specification
SI. System PV panel Battery 9/11CFL 20 watt
capacity capacity watt fan
No. (Wp) (Ah) ( Nos) ( Nos)
1 Solar lantern 10 to 12 7 1 (7 watt) N.A.
2 Home light 18 20 1 N.A.
model -I
3 Home light 37 40 2 N.A.
model -II
4 Home light 37 40 1 1
model -III

5 Home light 74 75 2 1
model -IV

6 Home light 74 75 4 N.A.


model -V
7 Street light 74 75 2(11 N.A.
Watt)
SOLAR PV PUMP
o Shallow water
pumping system will
be installed as a
demonstration
o Consists of 900 &
1800 w PV modules.1
& 2 hp dc pump and
support structure
o Pump can discharge
water to the overhead
tank
o MNES subsidy and
IREDA lone available
„ DUTY CYCLE:
„ The solar PV water pumping system should provide
a minimum of 77 liters of water per watt of PV
array used per day under average daily solar
radiation conditions of 5.5 KWh/sq.m. on a
horizontal surface, from a total head of 10 meters
( Suction head up to a maximum of 7 meters).
„ In case of deep well submersible pumps, the water
requirement should be a minimum of 25 liters of
water per watt of PV array capacity used per day
from a total depth of 30 meters.
„ Use of a tracking system to enhance the availability
of solar radiation to lift desired quantity of water is
permitted.
„ The quantity of water pumped may vary depending
on the location, season, etc.
Eligible Criteria
„ Individual, farmers, NGO’S, Educational
institute, Cooperative societies, Corporate
bodies, Autonomous bodies, Research
organization, Banks, State/Central Govt.
agencies, Ashram, Temples, Churches or
Mosques
„ Should use for agriculture or for
community drinking water scheme only
SOLAR PV POWER PLANT
A Clean, silent and eco-
friendly source of power.
Solar modules convert
sunlight into electricity
and store in batteries
Negligible maintenance as
there are no moving parts.
Simple to install, can be
mounted on ground or roof
top.
Investment in solar power
is eligible for 80 %
depreciation.
APPROX. COST & SUBSIDY DETAILS FOR SPV SYSEMS
APPROX. COST CENTRAL SUBSIDY*

SPV LANTERN RS. 3,500/-


3,500/- NIL

SPV HOME RS.6050/-, 9950/-


RS.6050/- 9950/- , 50% OF EX-
EX-WORKS COST
LIGHT 11500, 18594 &
17363

SPV STREET RS. 19800/-


19800/- 50% OF EX-
EX-WORKS COST
LIGHTING
SYSTEMS

SPV POWER RS. 2.50 RS. 1.25 LAKH / KWP


PLANT LAKHS/KW

SPV Pump
1 HP Rs. 2.13 lakhs 90,000
2 HP Rs. 3.92 Lakhs 1,80,000

* Subsidy is subject to sanction from MNES.


AII THE COST ARE WITH FIVE YEAR AMC
STAND ALONE SYSTEMS - HYBRID

• Small Aerogenerator : 0.4 - 25 KW


• Wind Solar Hybrid System : 1 – 30 KW
Power From: Wind & Solar
COMPONENTS:
• Wind aerogenerator and tower, solar
photovoltaic panels, batteries, cables,
charge controller & inverter.
• Under clear sunny day 3 to 4 units per
Kw.
THE COST: RS. 2.75 TO 3.00 LAKH PER KW.
„ SUBSIDY :
„ FOR COMMUNITY USE, GOVT.
ORGANISATIONS 75% OF EX-WORKS
COST MAXIMUM UPTO RS. 2 LAKHS
PER KW
„ FOR INDIVIDUAL, INDUSTRIAL USER,
R & D AND ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
50% OF EX-WORK COST SUBJECT TO
MAXIMUM OF RS. 1.25 LACS PER KW
„ SYSTEMS INSTALLED IN
MAHARASHTRA: 208 KW
STATUS OF VILLAGE
ELECTRIFICATION
„ ELECTRIFIED VILLAGE
„ As per MSEB records, Maharashtra has
about 310 remote and un-electrified
villages due to various problems like,
forest clearance, Non potential & merge
population, etc. These villages will not
be electrified through conventional
mode till 2012 .
Policy of implementation
„ All unelectrified remote census villages and
unelectrified hamlets of electrified census
villages are covered under this programme
„ Certificate from MSEB, stating that these
village/ hamlet are not electrified and will not
be electrified through conventional mode till
2012.
„ Central Financial Assistance from GOI upto
90% of cost of the projects is available
under this programme.
„ Balance 10% cost of projects can be
financed through PMGY , MNP , MPLAD ,
Ministry of tribal affairs programmes.
DETAILS OF NON-ELECTRIFIED
VILLAGES IN MAHARASHTRA STATE
Sl. District Villages Sl. District Villages
No. No
1 Amravati 26
9 Wardha 01
2 Nandurbar 69
10 Nashik 07
3 Satara 01
11 Dhule 02
4 Raigad 11
12 Jalgaon 03
5 Yavatmal 09
13 Ahmednagar 01
6 Thane 05
7 Gadchiroli 99 14 Pune 05
8 Chandrapur 02 TOTAL 242
TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS
Identification of the technologies suitable
for electrification of remote villages
„ Solar Photovoltaic, with the two options of

individual home light systems and power


plants, supplemented by pumps, and other
systems.
„ Small hydro power, typically in the range
of 10 -100 kW.
„ Biomass Gasifier based power plants,
typically in the range of 10-100 kW.
SPECIAL PROJECTS

1 SOLAR TRAFIC AT DAULATABAD ‘T’ POINT,


SIGNAL AURANGABAD, THREE ROAD
JUNCTION.

2 CONCENTRATING AT SHIRDI SAI SANSTHAN, MEAL


SOLAR COOKING FOR 3000 PERSONS EVERY DAY.
SYSTEM
SPECIAL PROJECTS

3 ELEPHANTA COVERS 3 VILLAGES, CAVES &


ISLAND PROJECT COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, WIND-
WIND-
SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM - CAPACITY 90
KW PROPOSED.
TOTAL COST - RS. 3.90 CRORES

4 DEMONSTRATION WIND DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS OF 2


WIND FARMS MW CAPACITY PROPOSED AT SAUTADA,
DIST. BEED (MARATHWADA REGION), 5
MW AT BRAHMANWEL, DIST. DHULE AND
5 MW AT CHALKEWADI, DIST. SATARA.
5 SOLAR BABY FOR PREMATURE BORN BABIES, 12 NO.
INCUBATOR CUBICLES, AT MADAM CAMA & ALBLESS
HOSPITAL, MUMBAI .
7 BIOMASS STUDIES COMPLETED IN ALL DISTRICTS.
ASSESMENT
SPECIAL PROJECTS
8 RENEWABLE PREPARED WITH THE HELP OF
ENERGY ATLAS MAHARASHTRA REMOTE SENSING
APPLICATION CENTER ( MRSAC ),
NAGPUR.
9 DIST. LEVEL 18 NOS. ESTABLISHED AT DIFFERENT
ENERGY PARKS PLACES IN MAHARASHTRA.
10 STATE LEVEL PROPOSED AT PESHWE PARK PUNE,
ENERGY PARK APPROX. COST RS. 1.50 CRORES.

PROPOSED STATE LEVEL ENERGY PARK AT PESHWE PARK, PUNE


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