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India Energiewende

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Ashwin Wasnik

on 31 July 2014

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Transcript of India Energiewende

-- Energiewende for India
Road to Sustainable India
German Energy Transition (Energiewende)
An Indian Energy transition?
- Reliable, affordable, eco-friendly electricity (By Solar,wind,biomass)

- Clean cooking fuels

Assess to sustainable
energy in sense of
Why energy Transition ?
Climate Change
Reducing Energy Imports
Simultaneous technology innovation and green economy
Energy Security
Strengthening local communities and provide social justice
Technology is key role
Energy Efficiency
Renewable energy generation (Wind power,biomass, PV etc)
Grid and Power storage
Policy Tools :
Renewable Energy Act and Feed-In Tariffs
Environment Taxation Reform
Energy Conservation Ordinance (EnEV)
Eco-design/ ErP directive
Efficiency Fund and Climate Initiative
Co-generation Act
Policy will have to address:

Rising of electricity cost
Improvement of grid infrastructure and storage technology
A flexible market design
Improved cooperation
Mainstreaming demand side management
Fostering behavior change up
Conclusions from the Energiewende for India
Recognizing Solar and Wind potential of India
Farming long term national vision of RE as per geographical ,urban and rural regions
Implementing policies for the entrepreneur route to renewable energy use
Improving cooperation of all levels of communities during planning and implementation period
Identify right mix of grid connection,off-grid solutions and direct renewable use for India
Whole cycle assessment and price scheme providing holistic costs of energy generation
Promoting green jobs, awareness raising and training about renewable
Extending energy transition beyond electricity to the sectors of transportation, building and agriculture
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Supply -demand imbalance (11% deficit gap- 12th FYP)
Import of high quality coal, LNG,crude oil rising
12th FYP
Renewable share meeting demand through capacity(25.5 %)
Grid Power remain challenges (11th FYP - Target -78.7 GW, Achieved- 54.9 GW
NAPCC (National Action Plan on Climate Change ) of 2008 - 15% share of renewable sources by 2020 in total electricity energy
National Solar Mission target 20 GW by 2020
Tariff for solar- Rs. 8.75 /KWh for solar PV and Rs.11.90 /KWh for solar thermal
Lack of enforcement of initiatives regimes
from the Energiewende for India
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