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Wind power in India

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5 MW) 2.765 MW) 2.5 Rajasthan (738.1 Tamil Nadu (4889.4 Karnataka (1340.6 Madhya Pradesh (212.8 MW) 2.23 MW) 2.1 Overview 2 State-level wind power 2.5 MW) 2.8 West Bengal (1.10MW) 3 Projects in India 4 Barriers 5 Utilization 6 Future .2 Maharashtra (1942.3 Gujarat (1782 MW) 2.7 Kerala (26.25 MW) 2.

The short gestation periods for installing wind turbines.899 MW by the end of 2009. State-level wind power There is a growing wind energy installations in the number of the states across the India.896 MW. Tamil Nadu. Germany (25.777 MW). USA (35. as Indian-owned company. holding some 52 percent of market share in India. emerged on the global scene in the past decade. The worldwide installed capacity of wind power reached 157.7 percent of market share in global wind turbine sales. Suzlon is currently the leading manufacturer of wind turbines for the Indian market.149 MW) and China (25.159 MW). and by 2 006 had captured almost 7.Overview India is the world's fifth largest wind power producer. Shown here is a wind farm in Kayathar. Spain (19.104 MW) are ahead of India in fifth position. Suzlon¶s success has made India the developing country leader in advanced wind turbine technology. with an annual power production of 8. Suzlon. and the increasing reliability and performance of wind energy machines has made wind power a favored choice for capacity addition in India. .

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A E ž ž various parts of the state to generate a total of mw of power.unit where capacity was raised from . this northern state had a total of capacity. In dayathoor in ”‘“ ‘‘ ’ ‡ . mw power potential is just .  ˜ œ ‘– ‘‘ Achuthanandan in April Š ž .  › ™™ or A . K ž l (26. or the I X roup ompany. accounting for a . ‹ – with the Kerala State Electricity Board. o start with. million tpa thro ugh a modernisation plan. A new wind farm project was launched with private participation ž ¡ he first wind farm of the state was set up at Kanjikode in Palakkad district. S. he †  ‰Œ ‰ ž ed. ther wind farm sites žš Š for setting up wind farms through private developers. he project is slated to cost ž ž ž ’ š  demonstration project to generate mw of power at amakkalmedu in Idukki district in association crore. this would be the second wind power project after the -mw farm at š Š ž i runelvelli district of amil adu ajasthan is emerging as an important destination for new wind ”‘‘ ’ › ’ Ÿ farms. aims at generating š . A E is engaged in the field of development and promotion of renewable nion ministry of non-conventional energy sources. Expected to cost ™™ company. žš Š £ ¢ include Palakkad and hiruvananthapur m districts. As of • end. mw. overnment of Kerala. which was inaugurated by chief minister V. the official noted. Both the wind farms will e grid-connected and will earn carbon credits for the Ltd has proposed to Œ “ • – L ommissioned a . this ould e the largest i nd farm. the wind farm will meet the power requirements of the company's Lakheri cement –– š set up a new wind power project in ’ ajasthan with a capacity of around mw. mw wind power project at udhe illage near Panchgani in Satara district Ž —  Ž  Œ ‹Š ‰ ˆˆ shortl . . he agency has identified will establish a – ’ ‘‘ ’ Œ under the Department of Power. is setting up wind farms on private land in sites ž he Agency for on-Conventional Energy and ural echnology A E .5 M ) . It has a generating  ˜ ‘‘ • capacity of š at amakkalmedu in Idukki district. cement major A  ˜ of aharashtra.   ˜ ovt. he project. per cent share in India's total M to hy P h (212. an autonomous body ‘‘ •‘ – • Œ   œ P L at agda Hills near Dewas. of adhya Pradesh has sanctioned another œ– ›‘ ‘ around crore. although it is currently not amongst the top five states in terms of installed capacity. of electricity. It is also the nodal agency for implementing renewable energy  programmes of the ‘• increase by per cent. project and . ¡  ˜ œ– ˜ under successful operation. h e contribution of non-conventional energy in a œœ œ›‘ the total . per cent. million tpa to . All the Š Œ In consideration of unique concept.8 M ) E s have been commissioned on . . a share the Kerala government wants to žš Š sources of energy in Kerala.In an independent development.

According to SP § onChaudhuri. In encouraged to buy power generated by units based on renewable energy. power companies are being State Maharashtra ª¦¦ ¤ ¨ § ¦ ¥¥ §¦ -2007 est . onChaudhuri.West Bengal (1. who is also the principal secretary in the power department. chairman of the project would supply grid -quality power. for which it is looking at coastal ¤ onChaudhuri. ¤ ¨ ± ¬ Bengal « enewable Energy Development Agency. as there was only . Satara Dist. private secretary to the power minister. est Bengal. said the project would be est Bengal using wind energy. addition in wind energy project soon for country est Bengal Suzlon Energy Ltd is ¤ Suzlon Energy Ltd plans to set up a large wind-power project in ¤ planning to set up a large wind-power project in § est Bengal. The generating units are being offered special rates. ® ¤ the biggest in Suzlon aims to generate the power solely for commercial purpose and sell it to local power distribution ¤­ ¤ outfits like the est Bengal State Electricity Board BSEB . Projects in India ² ° India's Largest i nd power production facilities 0MW and greater) Total Capacity (MWe) 259 Power Plant Producer Location Vankusawade Wind Suzlon Energy Ltd. the 0 « idnapore and South 24-Parganas districts. said ¤ ¥ § ¯ ¤ wind-power units in est Bengal. S Banerjee. Suzlon experts are looking for the best site. generating a total of around ¤ there is a composite wind-diesel plant generating . At Sagar Island. Suzlon will invest around 250 crore initially.10MW) and none between 2007±2008 and 2008±2009 Bengal ega 0 ¤ ¨ § § © ¤ ¤ The total installation in est Bengal is just . At present. without taking recourse to the funding available from the ¤ ¥ § « ­ ¬ Indian enewable Energy Development Agency Ireda). said this had encouraged the private sector companies to invest in this field. He said there are five . at razerganj.

Subhash Ltd. Ltd. Noise is produced by the rotor blades. Danida India Ltd. Madras Cements Ltd. Mohan Bre eries & Distilleries Ltd. Kethanur Wind Farm Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corp. BS S Ltd. This is why only 1. This is not normally an issue in the locations chosen for most wind farms and research by Salford University shows that noise complaints for wind farms in the UK are almost non-e istent. Subhash Ltd. ¶ · ¶ µ µ ´ Kanyakumari Kayathar Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu 33 30 25 513 21 20 15 Ramakkalmedu Kerala Muppandal Tamil Nadu Gudimangalam Tamil Nadu Puthlur Lamda Andhra Pradesh Gujarat Chennai Mohan Chennai Tamil Nadu 15 Jamgudrani MP Jogmatti BS S PerungudiNe am Kethanur Wind Farm ¶ · De as ChitradurgaDist Karnataka Perungudi Kethanur Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Hyderabad APSRTC Hyderabad Muppandal Madras PoolavadiChettinad Muppandal Poolavadi Barriers Initial cost for wind turbines is greater than that of conventional fossil fuel generators per MW installed. Muppandal Wind Farm Gudimangalam Wind Farm Wescare (India) Ltd. MP Windfarms Ltd.Park Cape C m rin KayatharSubhash Ramakkalmedu Muppandal Wind Gudimangalam Puthlur RCI LamdaDanida ³ ³ AbanLoy C iles Offs ore Ltd. Ne am Power Company Ltd.6% of ¶ Madhya Pradesh 14 14 12 11 Andhra Pradesh 10 Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu 10 10 . the actual utilization of wind power in India is low because policy ¹ incentives are geared towards installation rather than operation of the plants. Chettinad Cement Corp. ¸ Utilization espite the high installed capacity.

000 MW might be available for commercial use by 2012. º . Future The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has fi e d a target of 10.500 MW between 2007± 12. but an additional generation capacity of only about 6.actual power production in India comes from wind although the installed capacity is 6%. The government is considering the addition of incentives for ongoing operation of installed wind power plants.

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