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OUNG URK India and North Africa A. Bellucci, F. Ehrhardt, A. Gentile, W. Hui, P. Kowalczewski, D. Turner-Evans, A. Mittal, A. Subramaniyan, I. Valenti Current Renewable Energy Situation Source of India’s Energy ã Fossil fuel: 66% ã Renewable: 31% Ministry of power, Govt. of India /http://powermin.nic.in/ Renewable breakdown (in MW) Hydro 44273.4 Wind 17534 Biomass 3966 Ministry of new and renewable energy, Govt. of India http://mnre.gov.in/mission-and-vision-2/publications/annual-report-2/
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  India and North Africa A. Bellucci, F. Ehrhardt, A. Gentile, W. Hui,P. Kowalczewski, D. Turner-Evans, A. Mittal,A. Subramaniyan, I. Valenti   OUNGURK  Current Renewable Energy Situation Ministry of new and renewable energy, Govt. of India http://mnre.gov.in/mission-and-vision-2/publications/annual-report-2/  Source of India’s Energy ã Fossil fuel: 66% ã Renewable: 31%Renewable breakdown (in MW) Ministry of power, Govt. of India /  http://powermin.nic.in/  http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/india/indiannatio nallectricitygrid.shtml  2   Wind17534Hydro44273.4Biomass3966Solar PV1064Solar heating5  Young Turk’s vision   Wind100 GWSolar thinPV, 250SolarcrystallinePV, 250 GWSolarThermal 267GWLarge hydro85 GWSmall hydro15 GWGeothermal10 GWBiomass23 GW 3 “ I am convinced that solar energycan be the next scientific andindustrial frontier in India afteratomic energy, space and IT.” Manmohan Sighn,Prime minister of India Source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article78775.ece  Solar and wind energy potential 0.24 14.5 0.11 35.1 0.31 5.69 13.6 0.840.93 5.96 1.38 5.05 14.2 1.260.530.10.060.120.090.140.090.020.080.150.37 Theoretical solar potential: ~600 TW/yearPotential onshore : 48,500 MW/year ã Area required: 20km2/GW (Thardesert 35,000 km 2 )  ã Environmental impact: 100 Wpof solar module generate 436.36kg of CO 24 Wind power densitymap at 80 m level ã Environmental impact: Birds andbats mortalities http://www.eai.in/ref/reports/solar/solar_pv_module.html
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