Opportunities in Renewable Energy
&Energy Efficiency
Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam
Structure of Presentation
Slide 2
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
• Scenario & Potential in Madhya Pradesh
• Efforts & Achievements
• Advantage Madhya Pradesh
August 2010
INTRODUCTION
Slide 3
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MPUVN is the Nodal agency of Ministry of
New and Renewable Energy Govt. of India,
for promotion of New & Renewable Sources
of Energy (NRSE) in the State of MP
MPUVN is the State Designated agency
Under Energy Conservation Act
2001(Ministry of Power; Govt. Of India) for
promotion of Energy Conservation activities
in the State of MP
August 2010
Major Programme
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Solar Energy (Thermal & Electrical)
Wind Energy Programme
Biomass Power (Gasification, Co- generation &
Combustion)
Biogas Energy (Fuel & Power Gen.)
Biofuel
Integrated Rural Energy Programme (IREP)
Remote Village Electrification Programme
Energy Conservation & Management
Other New & Renewable Energy Technologies.
August 2010
About MPUVNL
Responsible for:
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implementing programs and policies of the Government
of India as well as the State Government for the
promotion of renewable energy in the state;
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implementing energy efficiency programme in the state;
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conducting energy audits for suggesting ways of saving
on conventional power; and
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creating awareness about the benefits of energy
conservation and renewable energy among users of
various form of energy.
August 2010
Power Scenario in MP
Sector & source wise power scenario in MP
3000
2500
2000
2807.5
1904.11
1703.66
1500
1520
1000
500
0
0
Thermal
State
0
273.24
0
Nuclear
Private
0
240.4
26.76
0
Hydro
Renewables
 As on 30 June 2011, Installed
capacity: 8475.67 MW
 Dominated by thermal
generation
 RE Installed capacity: 3.15%
 Private generation: 2.84%
 State generation: 53.54%
Central
 Energy deficit in Madhya
Pradesh : Well above
National figures
 During April 2011- June 2011
 energy deficit :-15.7%
against national figure of
-6.6%
Power-supply position
25
20
15
10
5
0
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
Energy Deficit
2010-11
Peak Deficit
April 2011June2011
August 2010
Source: CEA
Slide 7
Scenario & Potential
of
Renewable Energy in
Madhya Pradesh
August 2010
Administrative Arrangements
Slide 8
State Government
(Minister, NRE)
Department of New & Renewable Energy
(Formed in April 2010)
M.P. Urja Vikas Nigam
(State Nodal Agency)
• 15 Field offices in M.P.
August 2010
Potential of Renewable Energy
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Madhya Pradesh endowed with diverse forms of renewable
energy sources (wind, biomass, small hydro, solar)
High solar radiation with more than 300 days of clear sun &
solar potential upto 5.8 kWh/sq.m.
Solar Potential
Technology
Wind
Biomass
Small Hydro
Achievable
Potential *
1200 MW
1040 MW
410 MW
* Source : MNRE data 2009
August 2010
Renewable Energy Projects - Scenario
Slide 10
August 2010
Opportunities in Wind
Slide 11
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Proven Sites Capacity – 1200 MW
Present Wind Power Installed Capacity - 270 MW
Projects Under Processing/Implementation - 800 MW
Distt.
Capacity
Dewas
250
Dhar
50
Betul
250
Shujalpur
150
Ratlam
150
Mandsaur
50
Neemach
50
Badwani
250
Total
1200
August 2010
Opportunities in Wind
Slide 12
•Gross Wind Potential is 5500 MW, however till now technically proven sites is only 1200 MW
•Plan to install new wind monitoring stations
•More sites expected to open up for investment
(Being undertaken)
August 2010
Wind Power – Installed Capacity
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Sr No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Name of power Developer
Enercon Ltd
Suzlon Energy Ltd
M P Wind farms
M P Wind Farms
Suzlon Energy Ltd
Enercon Ltd
Suzlon Energy Ltd
Goezte Fiancial Service
NEPC/Southern Wind Farms
S E Energy park
Others
Site
Dewas
Ratlam
Dewas
Dewas
Dewas
Dewas
Ratlam
Dewas
Ratlam
Ratlam
Capacity
51.2
32.7
15
13
12.5
9.6
9.6
5.9
4.9
4.8
9.7
Total
169 MW
August 2010
Opportunities in Biomass
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Gross potential of Biomass Based power in MP - 1040
MW
Installed Capacity : 25 MW
Expected commissioning in 2010-11: 30 MW
Biomass based power plants take about 24-30 months
time for Commissioning
All projects are in IPP mode (through private investors)
August 2010
Biomass Power - Potential
Slide 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Distt.
Chindwara
Burhanpur
Khargone
Betul
Gwalior
Datia
Balaghat
Sagar
Shivpuri
Annupur
Narsinghpur
Seoni
Jhabua
Morena
Dewas
Sehore
Harda
Dhar
Ujjain
Capacity in MW
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
10
10
10
10
15
10
5
10
3.5
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Distt.
Ratlam
Madsaur
Shajapur
Rajgarh
Bhind
Jabalpur
Damoh
Chattarpur
Satna
Sidhi
Umaria
Raisen
Sheopur
Indore
Katni
Khandawa
Rewa
Vidisha
Mandla-Dindori
Capacity in MW
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
12
10
7.5
10
10
10
10 August 2010
Biomass Power – Installed Capacity
Slide 16
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Biomass project developer
Ramnik Power
H.R. Johnsons
Narmada Sugar
Deepak Spinners
Khetan Chemicals
Ambika Solvex , Indore
Bajrang Agro Industries
API Agro
Javandhai Sugar
Lyod Insulators
Kashyap sweatner
Satya Biscuits
Kundan Namkeen
Aditya Food
Others
Project location
Balaghat
Dewas
Badwani
Guna
Dhar
Jaora
Dhar
Raisen
Narsinghpur
Dhar
Ratlam
Bhopal
Bhopal
Bhopal
Total
Capacity (MW)
6
3.5
3
3
2.1
1.2
1.2
1.05
0.75
0.6
0.44
0.4
0.3
0.3
1.6
25.43 August 2010
Opportunities in Solar Energy
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High Solar energy Potential
 State endowed with high solar radiation with around 300
days of clear sun
 State offers good sites having potential of in the range of
5.5 to 5.8 kWh/ sq.m. for installation of solar based
power projects
Land database being set up to facilitate faster allocation of
land
Solar Energy Park being setup in Rajgarh District
Draft Solar Energy Policy issued & expected to be finalized
soon
August 2010
Opportunities in SHP
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Summary of the Basin-wise power potential of SHP on
small rivers, hilly streams and canal heads is as below
Basin
No. of sites
Installed capacity
Dependable
Energy
available
in kW
(GWh)
1
Son
3
26500
108
2
Narmada
5
49000
164.37
3
Betwa,
Chambal
(Pranhita)
6
54040
208.61
4
Tapti
3
37000
135
19
183900
714.48
Total
Source : WRD Madhya Pradesh
August 2010
SHP SITES IDENTIFIED BY WRD/NVDA/MPPGCL
1
Add MHP
Sidhi
-
Tentative
installed
capacity in MW
0.1
2
Asan Fall
Morena
Ghughas
2.7
3
Bahadurpur Kharar
Khargone
Bahadur
pur
0.25
4
Bahuti Pratap
Rewa
-
1.5
5
Bansagar RBC
Shahdol
deolond
0.3
-
6
Bawanthadi MHP
Balaghat
-
0.65
-
7
Beehar
Rewa
-
6
8
Bina
Sagar
-
2
DPR is under preparation by MPEB
Detail Survey is tobe done by WRD for Bina
complex Phase-I.
9
Budhna
Shivpuri
Deokhan
0.1
-
10
Chakdahi MHP
Satna
-
0.1
11
Cimidi
Shahdol
-
5.5
Datia
Simara
4.5( 2x2.50)
Project is proposed on return canal of
Thermal Power Station.
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of water
at present
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of water
)
Slide 19 at present
August 2010
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S.N
Name of the Project
o
12 Datia Carrier Canal
District
Nearest
village
13
Datia Irrigation
Canal
Datia
Bhavani
pur
6(2x3.0)
14
Deori MHP
Mandla
-
5
Status
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of water
at present. RFQ under evaluation.
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of water
at present
Proposed as per topo-sheet. Preliminary
investigation and preparation of DPR is
proposed.
SHP SITES IDENTIFIED BY WRD/NVDA/MPPGCL
S.No
Name of the Project
District
Nearest
village
15
16
17
Dhamoi
Dharampur MHP
Galgala
Jhabua
Mandla
Rewa
Dhamoi
-
Tentative
installed
capacity in
MW
0.175
3
0.2
18
Gour
Mandla
-
1
19
Gour Jhamar
Sagar
-
0.3
20
21
22
23
Gursa
Halali
Halow MHP
Kaketo
Satna
Vidisha
Mandla
Gwalior
Halali
Kaketo
0.2
0.8
1
0.25
Proposed as per topo-sheet. Preliminary
investigation and preparation of DPR is
proposed.
Proposed as per topo-sheet. Preliminary
investigation and preparation of DPR is
proposed.
RFQ under evaluation.
-
24
Karia Gotighat MHP
Khandwa
-
8
-
25
Kariya MHP
Satna
-
0.1
-
26
Ken Canal
Chattarpur
Bariapur
23
Survey work of project is completed by
MPEB and preparation of DPR is pending
27
28
Keoti
Kolar Barrage
Rewa
Sehore
Kankaria
0.45
0.1
29
Kolar(Dam)
Sehore
Lavakhedi
2
30
31
32
Kushma MHP
Mahan
Majha Khar MHP
Rewa
Sidhi
Mandla
Khaddi
-
0.1
0.4
0.225
Status
DPR is to be prepared.
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of
water at present
August 2010
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SHP SITES IDENTIFIED BY WRD/NVDA/MPPGCL
S.No
Name of the Project
District
Nearest
village
33
Mankishar MHP
Sidhi
-
Tentative
installed
capacity in
MW
0.2
34
Mohini Pickup Weir
Shivpuri
Mohini
0.6
Feasibility Report is prepared by MPEB
35
36
Naguras MHP
Nagurna
Rewa
Sidhi
-
5.5
5
Project is proposed as per topo-sheet.
37
Naina
Rewa
-
3
Submergence of Project coming under
Reserve Forest. Project site is to be shifted.
Status
-
38
Noniya
Seoni
Noniya
0.25
39
40
Pehsari
Piyari
Gwalior
Rewa
Pehsari
-
0.75
1
41
Rahatgarh
Sagar
-
2
42
Guna
Chanderi
0.6
Guna
Kaloni
0.2
-
Guna
Bhorna
0.15
-
45
Rajghat LBC
Rampur Canal fall
RD. 248.00
Rampur Canal fall
RD.315.15.
Rampur Dam Toe
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
be revised as per actual availability of
water at present )
Detail Survey is tobe done by WRD for Bina
complex Phase-I.
DPR is prepared by MPEB
Guna
Rampur
0.2
46
Rathamati
Betul
-
4.5
47
Rus MHP
Mandla
-
4
48
Ruthiai
Guna
Kankana
0.15
Project is proposed as Multipurpose
Project. DPR is to be prepared by WRD.
DPR was approved by MPEB . Now DPR is to
August 2010
be revised as per actual availability
of
water at present )
43
44
SHP SITES IDENTIFIED BY WRD/NVDA/MPPGCL
Tentative
installed
capacity in MW
Status
S.No
Name of the Project
District
Nearest
village
49
Salidhana
Chindwara
-
4
Project is proposed on the basis
of proposed Irrigation Project.
50
Salodhana MHP
Chindwara
-
4(2x2.0)
-
51
Salodhana MHP
Chindwara
-
0.1
-
52
Salodhana MHP
Chindwara
-
0.2
-
53
54
55
56
Saraswaha
Satna Rewa MC MHP
Satna Rewa MC MHP
Satna Rewa MC MHP
Satna
Satna
Satna
Satna
-
0.2
5
5
2
-
57
Sindh Phase-II
Shivpuri
Ukaila
1.7
RFQ under evaluation.
58
59
Sinhawal-I
Sinhawal-II
Sidhi
Sidhi
Mohaniya
Badkhan
0.65
0.35
-
60
Sita Rewa MHP
Chindwara
-
4.1
-
61
Sone
Balaghat
Chundal
1.9
RFQ under evaluation.
62
Sukta
Khandwa Baregoan
0.45
-
63
Tapi
Betul
-
4.5
64
Thanwar
Mandla
Dobbi
0.75
65
Tikari
Seoni
-
4.1
66
Tikari MHP
Seoni
-
4.1
67
Upper Tawa
Chindwara
-
10
Revised feasbility report is to be
prepared after re-examination of
project.
Preliminary investigation is to be
done.
August 2010
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Efforts & Achievements
in
Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency in
Madhya Pradesh
August 2010
Achievements & Future Targets
Slide 24
Technology
Current Installed Capacity Cumulative Target by 2013
Wind
270 MW
400 MW
Biomass
25 MW
200 MW
Small Hydro
71 MW
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Solar
-
200 MW
August 2010
Solar Energy Park at Rajgarh
Slide 25
Ganesh pura
Distt.- Rajgarh
(Identified site)
Bhopal
Indore
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2 hrs away from Bhopal Airport
363 Acres of wasteland reserved
220 kV sub-station on site
Insolation in the range of 5.5 to 5.9 kWh/ sq. m & more than
average sunny days
August 2010
Solar Energy Park at Rajgarh
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To provide support infrastructure like business centre, security,
evacuation infrastructure, warehousing for spares
Development in 3 phases proposed at a total outlay of approx.
Rs 20 crore
State support & PPP methodology to finance the project
Target to set up 50 MW solar energy based power generation
capacity by 2013
Potential to develop a manufacturing hub for Renewable Energy
sector
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Opportunity under JNNSM to promote domestic manufacturing
August 2010
Special Area Development Program
(S.A.D.P.)
Slide 27
List of locations identified under SADP by MNRE for Madhya Pradesh
Sites
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Raj Bhawan, Bhopal
Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi
Khajuraho Group of Monuments
Rock Shelters of Bhimbethika
State Vidhan Sabha Building,
Bhopal
Mantralaya, Bhopal
Royal Complex, Mandu
Rani Roopmati Pavilion, Mandu
Gwalior Fort, Gwalior
Indicated Central Approximate Project
Financial Assistance
cost (Rs. lacs)
100%
100
100%
100
100%
100
100%
100
50%
50
25%
25%
25%
25%
25
25
25
25
Centralized Kitchen Scheme for five other institutes have also been identified
August 2010
Solar Power Packs for Tribal Hostels
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Identified 68 residential schools & hostels
 Approx. 5000 students to benefit by uninterrupted power
supply in remote & rural locations
Work order issued
Target completion by Jan 2012
Govt. of M.P. support
8.48
MNRE Support
3.63
Total project cost
12.11
0
2
4
6
Rs Crore
8
10
12
14
August 2010
Solar PV Program in Naxal affected
area
Slide 29
Objective
•To provide uninterrupted power supply for lighting & wireless
communication needs of remotely placed Police Stations & out-posts
of Balaghat district
Financial aspects
• Total project cost ~ 85 lakhs
• Central Assistance was not sanctioned
• Total cost borne by Home Department, Govt. of M.P.
Key highlights
• Solar PV power plants of 450 W capacity each provided to 28
Police stations & out-posts in Distt. Balaghat
• Very good results & appreciation received
• 10 new locations sanctioned by MNRE & 30 new locations
identified by MPUVN
August 2010
Solar PV Program in Naxal affected
area– 27 Sites in Balaghat District
Slide 30
August 2010
Solar PV Program in Naxal affected
area
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Training program conducted for Police staff in Balaghat
district (March 2010)
Participation from In-charge officers of 28 police stations
August 2010
District : Balaghat
Support for Wind site monitoring
stations
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M.P. has a gross potential of 5500 MW but the
technical potential is only 1200 MW
Currently only five sites (stations) under monitoring by
C-WET/ MPUVN
Proposal
 Support required for 30 wind monitoring stations for
the state in next 2 years
 80% MNRE grant
August 2010
State level Energy Audit efforts
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Investment Grade energy auditing of 13 Municipal Corporations
completed
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Investment Grade Energy audit of 50 Government buildings
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Indore Municipal Corporation has implemented energy efficiency
program of street lighting
Projects awarded & expected completion by December 2011
Training and awareness Programmes completed during 2010-12 for
ULB, DISCOM & Designated Consumers

3 training programs conducted covering 21 designated consumers
& around 50 officials from ULB & DISCOM
August 2010
Potential for RE & EE
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Power sector
 Potential
of wind power in state 5500MW approx.
 Potential of Biomass power in State 1000MW
 Proposed solar power in the State 2000MW
 Potential of Biogas power plants
50MW
 Potential of Municipal Solid Waste & Industrial Waste
100MW
August 2010
State level Energy Audit drive
Slide 35
Compulsory Energy Audit of all Govt.
establishments having annual electricity
bill of more than Rs 5.0 lakh
Energy Audit to be done by empanelled
auditors within 3 months
Implementation of recommendations to
be strictly monitored
August 2010
Slide 36
Advantage Madhya Pradesh
August 2010
Attractive Tariffs
Slide 37
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Tariff order issued for all main RE technologies including
solar energy
Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) fixed at 0.40% for
solar & 2.1% for Non-solar by MPERC Order 2010
Tariff (Rs/kWh)
15.35
15.49
11.26
2.82
3.33
Bagasse Biomass*
3.96
4.35
SHP
Wind
* Under revision
Solar Solar PV Solar
thermal
rooftop
August 2010
Incentive Policy issued for Biomass and
SHP
Slide 38
Key highlights
• 4 % subsidy towards Wheeling Charges
• Exemption from Electricity Duty for 10 years
• Captive consumers allowed to reduce the
Contract Demand
• Third party sale allowed
• Status of Industry
• Empowered Committee formed for speedy
project implementation
August 2010
Initiatives to encourage solar energy
Slide 39
Madhya Pradesh Solar Energy Policy2011 (Draft stage)
• MPUVN to prepare land bank database in each
district
• Govt. land to be provided as per State Govt. policy
• 4 % subsidy towards Wheeling charges
• Exemption from Electricity Duty
• Exemption from Open Access charges
• Draft issued & expected to be finalized soon
August 2010
Focus on Energy Conservation &
Management
Slide 40
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State government notification under Section 18 of Energy
Conservation Act 2001 for mandatory measures regarding :
 Solar Water heating system for specified consumers
 Replacement of Incandescent Bulb by energy efficient lights
 Energy efficient pumps for water pumping and agriculture
purpose – for new installations
 Use of foot valve for surface pumps
A State level Demand Side Management cell under MPUVN is also
constituted
August 2010
Socio-economic benefits of Renewable Energy
based Power Plants
Slide 41
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Local Employment creation.
Use of locally available energy resource, thus
curbing the need of fossil fuel.
Environment friendly.
Attracts CDM benefits. {an additional incentive}
Energy Security.
August 2010
Initiatives taken so far

Mantralaya Demonstration Project

Akshay Urja Shops Programme

Green Building Initiative

State Energy Conservation Fund

Municipal Demand Side Management

Investment Grade Energy Audit

Publicity and Awareness Programme

LED Projects Initiative
August 2010
Akshay Urja Shops Programme
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
Akshay Urja Shops(AUS) established in each of the
districts(50 no.s), to facilitate easy access to RE and
Energy efficient equipment/ products at district level.
Conducted a 3 day residential training
programme on energy efficiency and use
of renewable energy for AUS owners,
technicians and staff.

Dissemination of RE
and EE equipments/
products through AUSs.
August 2010
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