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India Gaat Voor 200 GigaWatt Solar Power in 2050

Geschreven op 13-8-2009 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Energie en Besparing
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zonnepaneel_india.jpgTja, je hebt plannen en superplannen en dan zijn er natuurlijk nog de plannen die ik eigenlijk buiten categorie zou willen plaatsen. Te groot om echt te bevatten en India heeft onlangs zo’n plan gelanceerd. Men gaat massaal inzetten op zonne-energie met als einddoel 200GW in 2050.

Nou en, zult u wellicht zeggen. Iedereen in de wereld is toch hard aan de slag met zonne-energie. Klopt, maar feit is dat er op dit moment wereldwijd slechts 16,5 GW aan zonne-energie wordt opgewekt. In India komt men nu zelfs niet verder dan 3 MegaWatt aan duurzame energie op een totale capaciteit van 150GW.

In 2020 moet die 3 MW zijn uitgegroeid tot 20 GigaWatt en in 2050 wil men 200 GigaWatt aan duurzame energie opwekken met behulp van zonnepanelen. Dat zou tegen die tijd voldoende moeten zijn voor de totale stroomvoorziening in India. Een duurzame stroomvoorziening. Bron: NewNet

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  1. Arun zegt:

    30 mei 2010 om 16:55 | Permalink

    India Commits over $210 Million to Solar Thermal Projects totalling 1300 Mwatts by 2013

    The announcement was made by Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) secretary Deepak Gupta at a workshop. He said that the MNRE aims to produce 1,300 MW of power from the new energy sector within the next three years.

  2. Erik van Erne zegt:

    1 september 2010 om 17:56 | Permalink

    India’s Solar Mission prepares for liftoff for 20 GW Solar Power in 2020

    The Indian government has this week confirmed that it will kick off its high-profile Solar Mission project next month, inviting bids for solar photovoltaic (PV) projects totalling 500MW of capacity. New and renewable energy minister Farooq Abdullah said the initial phase of the programme will see the government deliver 500MW of solar PV and 500MW of solar thermal power by 2013.

    It is hoped that the initial wave of projects will prove the viability of the technology and allow the country to attract overseas financing for its Solar Mission project, which is aiming to deliver up to 20GW of capacity by 2020. Read more at Business Green

  3. Erik van Erne zegt:

    12 oktober 2010 om 20:20 | Permalink

    India’s Renewable Energy Generation Capacity Could Reach 48 GW by 2015

    India is on target to achieve the target to set ten percent renewable energy generation capacity by 2015, said chairman of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC). As part of the National Action Plan on Climate Change, the government has set the target of increasing contribution of renewable energy sources to power generations to ten percent by 2015. Although the installed renewable energy capacity is more than the ten percent – at 16.8 GW – of the total generation capacity of 161.4 GW, the contribution of renewable energy to real power power generated is only four percent.

    During 2009-10, the wind energy capacity grew up 15.3 percent with an addition of 1565 MW. The state of Karnataka is planning to add 4,000 MW of wind energy capacity in the next four years. The solar energy sector which is in its nascent stage of development is also set to receive massive investments and incentives in the short and medium-term. The Indian government aims to add 1100 MW of solar energy capacity by 2013 and eventually increase it to 20,000 MW by 2022. In order to achieve this seeming impossible goal the government has announced a battery of financial incentives to attract private investors and reward the existing investors. Read more at Clean Technica

  4. Erik van Erne zegt:

    3 december 2010 om 02:49 | Permalink

    India on roll to be a solar energy super power

    India’s installed power generation capacity until June 2010 stood at 162,366 MW while the per capita energy consumption stood at 612 kWh. The share of renewable energy in the mix is close to 11% as per Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). According to a survey conducted by KPMG, consumption of electricity in India, which is currently around 600 Terawatt hours per annum, is all set to double by 2020. Read more at Solar Plaza

  5. Erik van Erne zegt:

    18 mei 2011 om 10:53 | Permalink

    India to add 17 GW of renewables by 2017

    India plans to invest $37 billion (26 billion euros) to create 17,000 MW of renewable energy generation by 2017, the ministry for new & renewable energy has said. The present installed renewable energy capacity in India is 20,000 MW which accounts for 11% of the total installed power capacity. The major share ofpower still comes from coal which accounts for 40% of the country’s energy usage.

    India is already one of the leading wind energy market, with over 14,000 MW installed. India’s leading wind energy company Suzlon is the third largest wind energy technology provider globally and holds almost 10 percent of the total global market share. Source: Clean Technica

  6. Erik van Erne zegt:

    8 januari 2012 om 06:40 | Permalink

    India Announces Plans For 33.4GW Of Solar Capacity By 2022

    A new report from Bridge to India reveals that India plans to install 33.4GW of solar energy by 2022, a target far higher than the 20GW initially projected by India’s National Solar Mission. The report suggests that technological improvements and economies of scale could create a downward spiral in solar costs over the next few years. By 2018, India could achieve an installed solar capacity of 14.16 GW, a time when solar power is projected to hit grid parity for the country. Source: The 9 billion

  7. Erik van Erne zegt:

    3 september 2015 om 07:36 | Permalink

    Per the end of July 2015 India topped 4.1 GW of PV capacity. Targeting another GW this fiscal year, having 10.8 GW of projects in the pipeline and with the goal to reach 100 GW before 2022, India is taking a lead in the international solar arena, drawing foreign investors, major manufacturers and everyone that comes along with them.

  8. Maartje zegt:

    15 oktober 2015 om 12:34 | Permalink

    De Duitse bondskanselier Angel Merkel heeft meer dan een miljard euro beloofd voor zonneprojecten in India. Angela Merkel beloofde dat ze een pakket van meer dan een miljard euro vrijmaakt voor investeringen in zonne-projecten in India.

  9. Erik van Erne zegt:

    27 november 2015 om 11:20 | Permalink

    Energievraag in India groeit gigantisch

    Nergens in de wereld zal de behoefte aan energie de komende decennia zo sterk toenemen als in India, volgens het Internationale Energie Agentschap IEA.

    Sinds 2000 is de vraag naar energie in India al bijna verdubbeld, terwijl nog steeds 20% van de inwoners -circa 240 miljoen mensen- geen toegang hebben tot elektriciteit. In 2040 telt India ongeveer 600 miljoen nieuwe stroomgebruikers. Daarvan zullen er circa 315 miljoen in steden wonen, waar het stroomverbruik over het algemeen het grootst is. Ook de stijgende welvaart en het daarmee gepaard gaande bezit van elektrische apparaten zal de stroomvraag versnellen.

    Volgens het IEA is op jaarbasis 140 miljard dollar nodig aan investeringen in energie. Daarvan is 110 miljard dollar nodig voor de energievoorziening om aan de groeiende behoefte te voorzien. De overige 30 miljard dollar zou het land moeten gebruiken om de efficiëntie te verbeteren.

    Behalve de groeiende vraag naar fossiele brandstoffen, waarbij India de grootste groei in de afname van kolen laat zien, zal het land één van de grootste producenten van zonne-energie worden. In India groeide de CO2-uitstoot in het afgelopen jaar met maar liefst 7,8%.

    Zie ook: Trends in Global CO2 Emissions 2015 Report: Mobdiale CO2-Uitstoot in 2014 Half Procent Gestegen

  10. Erik van Erne zegt:

    1 december 2015 om 08:11 | Permalink

    12MWp Solar Plant at Cochin International Airport: World’s First Airport Fully Powered By Solar Energy

  11. Erik van Erne zegt:

    2 december 2015 om 20:35 | Permalink

    Spoorwegen in India gaan voor 1 gigawatt aan zonnepanelen plaatsen

    De Indiase spoorwegen willen in de komende 5 jaar 1 gigawatt aan zonnepanelen realiseren waarvan 500 megawatt op de gebouwen die eigendom zijn van de spoorwegen in India en 500 megawatt aan grondgebonden zonneparken.

    Van bescheidener omvang zijn de plannen om voor 26 megawatt aan windenergie te gaan realiseren.

  12. Erik van Erne zegt:

    23 december 2015 om 12:12 | Permalink

    Delhi Metro system signs solar deal

    The Delhi metro system moved a step closer to being 100 per cent powered by solar energy after signing an agreement with India’s main solar company. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) signed the new deal with the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to source electricity from solar power projects.

    The DMRC is aiming to secure low-cost electricity over several years to ensure energy efficiency and financial sustainability. The DMRC will source about 1,000 million kWh of electricity from ground-mounted solar power projects every year as part of the deal and a project of 500 MW capacity will be commissioned over the next 3 years.

  13. Erik van Erne zegt:

    6 januari 2016 om 07:29 | Permalink

    India signs $6 billion renewable energy deal

    The state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India has signed deals for large-scale renewable energy projects worth a total of $6 billion. The state government has signed agreements with developers and is aiming to add 10.6 GW of solar power, 3.5 GW of biomass-based power capacity and 25 MW of small hydropower capacity by 2022. 500 MW of solar power capacity is also expected to be brought online by 2017.

  14. Erik van Erne zegt:

    2 januari 2017 om 14:37 | Permalink

    India’s Largest Solar Power Plant Documentary by National Geographic

  15. Erik van Erne zegt:

    31 januari 2017 om 20:05 | Permalink

    This 648 MW solar power plant in India just became the biggest in the world by WEF

    See also: The Biggest 850 MW Solarpark in The World: Longyangxia Dam Solar Park in China

  16. Erik van Erne zegt:

    1 juli 2017 om 19:59 | Permalink

    India’s solar power capacity to be 22 GW by March 2018

    India has set a target of having 100 GW of solar energy and 60 GW of wind power capacities by 2022. India’s solar power generation capacity would nearly double to 22 GW by the end of current fiscal year in 2018 and more wind power auctions would be conducted in the coming months, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said

  17. Erik van Erne zegt:

    2 juli 2017 om 13:29 | Permalink

    India’s Solar Bus Encourages Residents to Go Green

    As India, the world’s third largest carbon polluter, races to green its energy sector, there is a push to install solar panels on homes and buildings in the Indian capital. A “solar bus” has been touring New Delhi and surrounding districts to encourage residents in the city to opt for solar energy.

  18. Erik van Erne zegt:

    9 juli 2017 om 14:03 | Permalink

    Cheap and Clean: How solar power may shape the future of modern India

    The Modi government at the Centre is leaving no stone unturned to promote solar power for commercial usage. Solar power tariffs recently touched their lowest-ever mark of Rs 2.44 per unit — way cheaper than coal power that’s priced at Rs 3.20 to a unit. India’s solar capacity now stands at 10,000 MW from just 2,650 MW two years ago.

  19. Bert zegt:

    10 juli 2017 om 22:07 | Permalink

    Solar Energy Corp Of India Launches Two Tenders For 750 Megawatts Of Solar

    Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) will offer 500 megawatts and 250 megawatts through two tenders at Bhadla solar power through the viability gap funding mode.

  20. Ajeh zegt:

    12 juli 2017 om 19:55 | Permalink

    Kurnool Ultra Mega Solar Park in India Will Become World’s Largest PV plant: 1 GW

    India will tomorrow – 13 July 2017 – become the home of the world’s largest operational solar PV plant when the 1 GW Kurnool solar park in the state of Andhra Pradesh is fully connected to the grid.

    The ultra-mega solar plant is the fruit of many developers’ labor, chiefly Indian power developer Greenko, which acquired the rights for 500 MW of capacity at the plant from SunEdison, the now-bankrupt U.S. energy development firm that won the reverse auction with a bid of INR 4.63/kWh ($0.071/kWh) in December 2015.

    The remaining 500 MW of capacity was awarded to a suite of developers and EPCs, notably Adani – the Indian renewable energy giant that will this week commission the final 50 MW.

  21. Erik van Erne zegt:

    26 juli 2017 om 14:37 | Permalink

    India’s Largest 2,67 MW Solar Carport at Cochin International Airport

    A total of 27 carports at India’s Cochin International Airport, the first airport in the world to run completely on solar power, are now up and running.

    Introduced as India’s largest solar carport, a 2.67 MW project at Cochin International Airport in the Indian state of Kerala has been successfully connected to the grid by Tata Power Solar, the solar power arm of the Indian industrial conglomerate Tata.

    The new installation, which features 8,472 solar panels spreading over 20289.9 square meters, is expected to offset 1,868 tons of CO2 annually.

  22. Modi zegt:

    2 augustus 2017 om 13:54 | Permalink

    State Bank of India’s 600 MW plan for rooftop solar moves forward

    The $625 million program, which is being financed by the World Bank, will provide private developers with financing for viable grid-connected rooftop PV projects. India’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) is seeking to implement a financing program aimed at installing around 600 MW of rooftop PV capacity. The program was launched in June.

  23. Modi zegt:

    8 augustus 2017 om 11:22 | Permalink

    India energy ministry plans 7.5 GW support program for domestic solar manufacturing

    The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has initiated the second phase of its CPSU program to provide installation capacity totaling 7.5 GW of solar projects made using domestically manufactured solar cells and modules.

  24. Modi zegt:

    11 augustus 2017 om 13:59 | Permalink

    Tata Steel Commissions First Solar Project At Indian Iron Ore Mine

    India’s second largest steel maker, Tata Steel, recently commissioned the country’s first solar power project located at an iron ore mine.

    Tata Steel has commissioned a 3 megawatt solar power project at an iron ore mine in the state of Jharkhand. The solar power project, the first at an iron ore mine in India, will help Tata Steel replace a part of the electricity it consumes from the grid or diesel-based generators to power operations at the mine.

  25. Modi zegt:

    15 augustus 2017 om 14:19 | Permalink

    India in Line for 9.4 GW Solar Energy Additions in 2017 by Bridge

    A new report by Indian solar market analysts Bridge to India has projected that the country’s solar sector will grow by 9.4 GW in 2017, making it the third-largest solar market in the world behind China and the U.S., overtaking Japan to claim third spot.

    The report, titled India’s Solar Compass, finds that new capacity additions already began to slow in the second quarter (Q2) of the year following a “bumper Q1” that saw 3,120 MW of utility-scale solar added. In contrast, Q23 saw just 1,437 MW installed out of a scheduled capacity addition total of 3,300 MW. But despite these setbacks, as of June 30 India’s cumulative solar PV capacity stood at 15,611 MW, of which 13,951 MW is utility-scale solar and 1,660 MW rooftop solar.

  26. Modi zegt:

    26 augustus 2017 om 12:06 | Permalink

    Major Changes Recommended In India’s 100 Gigawatt Solar Power Plan

    An Indian Parliament committee has given recommendations for making major changes in the National Solar Mission which, it believes, are essential to achieve the 100 gigawatts of operational capacity target by March 2022. As per the Ministry of New & Renewable energy, an estimated Rs 5 trillion ($78 billion) would be required to achieve the 100 gigawatts of operational solar power capacity target by March 2022.

  27. Modi zegt:

    26 augustus 2017 om 12:14 | Permalink

    More Than 67 Gigawatts Of Solar Power Announced By Indian Government

    A review of India’s National Solar Mission by a committee of the Indian Parliament has revealed the massive extent of the government’s plans to reach the 100 gigawatts of installed capacity by March 2022.

    Among the various schemes announced by the Indian government through the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, the largest is the 40 gigawatt program for setting up solar power parks. The initial target under this scheme was 20 gigawatts and was subsequently doubled to 40 gigawatts after significant progress of the first phase.

    The government has identified 34 solar parks in 21 states with a cumulative capacity of 20 gigawatts, while land has been acquired to support the implementation of 71 gigawatts. So far, 7.3 gigawatts of capacity has been tendered, while 1.5 gigawatts capacity has been commissioned.

    Cumulatively, these programs will add 67.6 gigawatts of solar power capacity, if implemented successfully. In addition to these programs, state governments may also contribute with their own state-level targets. The government also plans to add 40 gigawatts of rooftop solar power capacity by March 2022.

  28. Modi zegt:

    9 september 2017 om 19:15 | Permalink

    100 Gigawatts by 2020 Proposed As Milestone For India’s 2022 Renewable Energy Target

    An Indian government’s think tank and the agency responsible for long-term planning has set a milestone of 100 gigawatts by 2020 for the country’s ambitious renewable energy targets.

    According to a document released by the agency, the think tank has stated that the country must achieve at least 100 gigawatts of installed renewable energy capacity by March 2020 in order to achieve the 175 gigawatts target by March 2022.

    At the end of July 2017 India had an installed renewable energy capacity of just over 58 gigawatts.

  29. Modi zegt:

    26 september 2017 om 13:38 | Permalink

    India To Overachieve On 175 Gigawatt Renewable Energy Target

    A high-ranking official at India’s Ministry of New & Renewable Energy recently claimed that the country will surpass its target to have 175 gigawatts of operational renewable energy capacity by March 2022.

    As of the 31st of August 2017, India had an installed renewable energy capacity of 58.3 gigawatts, which includes 32.5 gigawatts of wind energy, 13.1 gigawatts of solar power, 8.2 gigawatts of bio power and 4.4 gigawatts of small hydro power capacity. If the large hydro power capacity of 44.6 gigawatts is added to this tally, India’s renewable energy capacity will instantly balloon to 102.9 gigawatts. This will collectively make renewable energy technologies the second-largest power source in India in terms of installed capacity with a share of over 31%.

  30. Erik van Erne zegt:

    14 oktober 2017 om 10:42 | Permalink

    Floating Solar Power Projects In India

    India is well on track to its planned 100 gigawatts solar-power generation capacity by 2022. The biggest problem country is facing with solar plant installations is requirement of huge areas of land. Floating power plants can help solve this problem and are coming up in several states of the country.

    Two floating solar PV projects, each having 10 megawatts of capacity, will be set up in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. The Andhra Pradesh plant is expected to be commissioned next year, whereas for the Kerala plant, location has not been confirmed yet.

    Andhra Pradesh is also planning a 100 megawatt floating solar power project. It is likely to come up at Penna Ahobilam Balancing Reservoir which has a live capacity of 305 million cubic meters. The dam also has an installed capacity of 20 megawatts.

    The National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC) has announced plans for 600 megawatts of floating solar power project at the 1,960 MW Koyna hydro power project. NHPC has plans for similar floating solar power projects in other states as well. It will set up projects in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh. In Kerala the company plans a 72 MW project, and in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh 50 MW projects each.

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