SOLARTECH-22NDAND 23RDJULY, 2014
Solar Policy in India
22nd July 201
About Us
A Safer, Better and Healthier Planet
Delivering Green Value
Innovative, Sustainable, Enhanced
India focused ...
India -Today
Huge Gap between Generation and Consumption with high AT&C Losses
Power tariffs held at artificial low, w...
Current Power Scenario
Confidential
Source: CEA
Installed Capacityas on
Thermal (inMW)
Nuclear(inMW)
Renewable(inMW)...
Conventional vs Renewable
Confidential
The Need for Solar
Confidential
Solar Policy
Confidential
Incentivize efficiency
Introduce a common FIT across States similar to GBI
Make Net Meter...
Solar –Commercial Structure’s
Type
OnGrid / Open Access
Commercial / Industrial
Residential / Habitat
Off Grid / Mini...
Residential and Off-grid
Residential / Agricultural capital costs subsidized up to 80% of the cost especially for solar ...
End State
Energy Security
Solar as a mainstay for the next stage of growth
Grid losses reduced to manageable levels ...
Contact
Confidential
Thank You
Ritesh Pothan
Managing Director
ritesh@natgrp.net
www.natrp.net
Cell: +91 -808097008...
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Natural group presentation at Solartech 2014 - On Solar Energy Policy in India

SolarTech - 22nd and 23rd July, 2014 - Presentation on the various Solar policy needs for India. Current Issues that Solar can mitigate to a large extent Huge Gap between Generation and Consumption with high AT&C Losses Power tariffs held at artificial low, with a widening gap and not in line with actual costs, due to subsidies and freebies Grid availability poor across most states and infrastructure in need of upgrade Industry plagued by unreliable power and high costs of running Diesel Gensets Yearly National AT&C losses at 75,000 Crores and mounting Discoms still resorting to Load Shedding Grid too expensive for low density locations coupled with growing rural needs and lifestyle Poor Discom infrastructure and health unable to support the growing needs of the country RECs future is hazy without enforcement and 2nd Amendment has no value Rooftop Subsidies – No MNRE disbursements since Feb 2013, No State Clarity Solar accounts for Barely 1% of all Electricity Generation
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Transcripts - Natural group presentation at Solartech 2014 - On Solar Energy Policy in India

  • 1. SOLARTECH-22NDAND 23RDJULY, 2014 Solar Policy in India 22nd July 201
  • 2. About Us A Safer, Better and Healthier Planet Delivering Green Value Innovative, Sustainable, Enhanced India focused Renewable Energy Advisory Rooftop PPA and Energy Plantations NG sustainable value added businessmodels -Solar, Biomass, Green projects Concept to Commissioning –Advisory, Consulting, Project Management, PPA Sourcing / Structuring, EPC, Finance…. Largest India focused renewable and solar energy forums on LinkedIn Renewable Energy and Cleantech –India Solar Energy Professionals –India Published across varied global Industry leading journals, websites and magazines – Energy Next, Solar Business Focus, Renewable Energy Magazine, Infraline……. www.natgrp.org-most read blog on Solar and Renewable Energy in India Confidential
  • 3. India -Today Huge Gap between Generation and Consumption with high AT&C Losses Power tariffs held at artificial low, with a widening gap and not in line with actual costs, due to subsidies and freebies Grid availability poor across most states and infrastructure in need of upgrade Industry plagued by unreliable power and high costs of running Diesel Gensets Yearly National AT&C losses at 75,000 Crores and mounting Discomsstill resorting to Load Shedding Grid too expensive for low density locations coupled with growing rural needs and lifestyle Poor Discominfrastructure and health unable to support the growing needs of the country RECs future is hazy without enforcement and 2ndAmendment has no value Rooftop Subsidies –No MNRE disbursements since Feb 2013, No State Clarity Solar accounts for Barely 1% of all Electricity Generation Confidential Electric Power Value Date reported Total installed capacity (GW) 209.27 October 2012 Available base load supply (MU) 893371 October 2012 Available peak load supply (GW) 125.23 October 2012 Demand base load (MU) 985317 October 2012 Demand peak load (GW) 140.09 October 2012
  • 4. Current Power Scenario Confidential Source: CEA Installed Capacityas on Thermal (inMW) Nuclear(inMW) Renewable(inMW) Total (inMW) % Growth(on yearly basis) Coal Gas Diesel Sub-TotalThermal Hydel OtherRenewable Sub-TotalRenewable 31-Mar-1997 54,154 6,562 294 61,010 2,225 21,658 902 22,560 85,795 4.94% 31-Mar-2002 62,131 11,163 1,135 74,429 2,720 26,269 1,628 27,897 105,046 4.49% 31-Mar-2007 71,121 13,692 1,202 86,015 3,900 34,654 7,760 42,414 132,329 5.19% 31-Mar-2012 112,022 18,381 1,200 131,603 4,780 38,990 24,503 63,493 199,877 9.00% 30-June-2014 148,478 22,608 1,200 172,286 4,780 40,730 31,692 72,422 249,488 10.35%
  • 5. Conventional vs Renewable Confidential
  • 6. The Need for Solar Confidential
  • 7. Solar Policy Confidential Incentivize efficiency Introduce a common FIT across States similar to GBI Make Net Metering Manadatory Provide higher subsidy to AgriConsumers Reduce remote locations dependence on the grid Timely distribution of Solar Subsidy Everyone has to contribute if India has to be an energy surplus state Industry and Commercial will gain in the long term provided they don’t eye windfall gains Has to be a win-win with the developer, Discomand consumer Reduced CO2 emissions and healthier environment reducing pollution related diseases Distributed Generation with local transformers not given to load shedding Reduced Power requirement on using Solar Thermal Solutions for industries and residential heating Increased Discomefficiencies with reduced Transmission losses Increased Local Economic Activities with every unit of power multiplying the output for industry and commerce Improved lifestyle with employment opportunities and local entrepreneurship development Reduced load on grid during 9-5pm especially during summers Net metering with battery to provide power
  • 8. Solar –Commercial Structure’s Type OnGrid / Open Access Commercial / Industrial Residential / Habitat Off Grid / Mini Grid Size 1MWp+ 250KWp+ 0.3 –5 KWp 10 KWp+ PPA Rs. 6.48 + 5% escalation to 10thyear <Rs. 7+ Grid based escalation Net Metering / FIT Rs. 6 + Dist.Access ~Rs.8 - 14 Tenure 20+ Yrs 15+Yrs 10+ Yrs / Variable Monthly / Yearly / Variable Escalation Fixed / Escalated with Discom+ BOOT Fixed / Escalated with Discom+ BOOT Escalated with Discom+ BOOT Fixed Incentive AD / REC AD / REC / Subsidy Capital+ Interest Subsidy Capital+ Interest Subsidy Probability High –500 MW High –50 MW Low –1 MW Medium –5 MW Backup Hydro / Grid NA, DGSync, Battery Battery Audience Factory,IT Parks, SEZs, Industries, State Discom Colleges, Education Institutes, Malls, Factories,Commercial Buildings, Residential, SmallShops, Telecom Tower, Villages, Confidential
  • 9. Residential and Off-grid Residential / Agricultural capital costs subsidized up to 80% of the cost especially for solar pumps Hybrid, Smart grids and normalization in a cluster Delivery system to be privatized Private prepaid style delivery i.e. Simpa Mix of technology and delivery Government funding for such private programs(entrepreneurs) Innovative Solar based devices with higher subsidies i.e. Solar Cookers(<Rs. 1500), Dryers, Pumps) No Discomexpensive infra required Confidential
  • 10. End State Energy Security Solar as a mainstay for the next stage of growth Grid losses reduced to manageable levels Better living conditions and stronger economy Lower subsidies on fossil fuel Lower impact of grid failures Higher grid availability Reduced load on the grid More efficient technologies given preference Increased commercial activity resulting in high standards of living Local employment generation Rural progress Confidential
  • 11. Contact Confidential Thank You Ritesh Pothan Managing Director ritesh@natgrp.net www.natrp.net Cell: +91 -8080970080 Natural Energy Solutions Pvt Ltd. Stylus, 13th Floor, R-tech Park, Off Western Express Highway, Nirlon Knowledge Park, Goregaon East, Mumbai -400 063. Tel: +91-22-67694661

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