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Indian Power Sector - Challenges and Opportunities
1. Evolution of Indian Power Sector

Since independence in 1947 Indian Power Sector progress has been rapid. From mere 1713 MW of installed capacity in 1950 the capacity at the end of March 2007 rose to 124569 excluding capacity of renewable energy. Total generation in April 2006-March 2007 was 659419 GWh in the utility sector. The per capita consumption of electricity increased from 15 KWh in 1950 to 619 in 2006-07.

2. Demand/Availability Position for the Year 2006-07
Region Peak Demand (MW) 32487 Availability (+)(-) (%) -2826 -8.70% -6026 -17.15% -1799 -6.56% -474 -4.14% -161 -10.39% -11286 -10.44% Energy Requirement (GWH) 209137 Availability (+) (-) (%) -13150 -6.29% -27833 -11.92% -6536 -3.71% -2117 -3.00% -774 -9.07% -50410 -7.22%

Northern

29661

195987

Western

35143

29117

233486

205653

Southern

27441

25642

176037

169501

Eastern

11436

10962

70547

68430

North Eastern

1549

1388

8534

7760

All India Aggregate peak

108056

96770

697741

647331

The summery of the energy requirement and expected peak demand from 2007-08 to 2011-12 are given below: Energy requirement at Power Station Bus bars (Utilities only) (in GWh) From 2007-08 to 2011-12 Region Northern Region Western Region Southern Region Eastern Region
2007-08 2008-09 223928 244481 189312 77221 239807 256075 203606 84601 2009-1 0 256859 268307 219001 92767 2010-11 275171 281220 235582 101805 2011-12 294841 294860 253443 111802

North Eastern Region ISLANDS Andaman & Nicobar

9326

10193

11141

12184

13329

219

248

281

316

344

Lakshawadeep All India th 28 744515

31 794561

34 848390'

37 906316

40 968659

17 EPS FORCAST Peak Load at Power Stations Bus Bars (Utilities Only) (in MW) From 2007-08 to 2011-12 Region
2007-08 35145…...

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