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3rd Largest consumer of the energy  (1- China) | China  USA India

Conventional/Non-Renewable Non-Conventional/Renewable

স ৌরশবি Biogas
(Conventional but renewable)
* Top installation (2018) (CH4 + CO2)
* 1st small hydroelectric plant
Karnataka (24%) * Maharashtra
 Darjeeling, 1897
* World Largest Solar park
* 1st large  Shivasamudram,  *Kurnool (Andhra)
কাবিরী, কণণাটক US, 1902 * Solar pond  Bhuj (Kutch). Biodiesel
* Reaction of Veg
oil/Animal fat +
তাপবিদ্যুৎ (67-71%)
ভযতাপ  Sources
কয়লা * 6000o C *[Jatropa Curcus]
 Manikaran (HP) *Neem
Natural Gas
 Puga (Ladakh) *Mahua


* 1st Thermal Power station িায়যশবি

 Hussain Sagar, Hyderabad, 1920 * Highest installed  TN
(29%) সজায়ার ভাটা
* 1st in Independent India * 2nd  Gujarat * কচ্ছ (1200 MW),
 Bokaro, DVC * Largest  Muppandal, TN সু ন্দরিন (100MW)
* 1 installation  TN, 1986 * 1st  Gujarat.

Top thermal electricity generation  Maharashtra- Gujarat.
* 1  তারাপুর (1969, Maharashtra) মাথাপপছু পিদ্ুুৎ সিবাপিক  Gujarat
* Largest  কযদ্ানকযলাম (TN) Salijeepali  1st village with total solar power (Andhra).
Highest renewable energy production.  Tamilnadu
✔ 1st ☛ COAL (56%)
✔ 2nd ☛ Natural Gas
✔ 3rd ☛ Water (Hydroelectric-3.9%)
✔ 4th ☛ Wind
✔ 5th ☛ Atomic resources

🔴 As of 2019, 35% of India's installed electricity generation capacity is from renewable sources, generating 17% of
total electricity in the country.

🔴 the primary energy consumption in India grew by 7.9% in 2018 and is the third biggest after China and USA with
5.8% global share.

🔴 The Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station in the Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh, with an installed capacity
of 4,760MW, is currently the biggest thermal power plant in India.

🔴 India ranked fourth globally by underutilized hydro power potential.

🔴 🔷 India ranks sixth in hydro electricity generation globally. (1st--China)

🔴 India was the first country in the world to set up a ministry of non-conventional energy resources (Ministry of
New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), in the early 1980.)

🔴 India has the fourth largest installed wind power capacity in the world.

🔴 Wind power accounts for 10% of India's total installed power capacity.
🔴 As of March 2018, India has 22 nuclear reactors in operation in 7 nuclear power plants, with a total installed
capacity of 6,780 MW.

🔴 Atomic Energy Commission was established in 1948 and the Atomic Energy Institute at Trombay was founded in

🔴 The National Solar Mission (NSM) was inaugurated by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 11 January

🔴 Kurnool Ultra Mega Solar Park is the world’s largest solar park, spread over a total area of 5,932.32 acres in
Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh.

🔴 Kamuthi Solar Power Project (TN) is the largest single location solar power plant in the world. The Kamuthi
solar plant is the world’s second largest solar park.

🔴 Hydrogen Energy programme started in India after joining the IPHE (International Partnership for Hydrogen
Economy) in the year 2003.

🔴 Manikaran, a hot spring in Himachal Pradesh is a major renewable source of energy in India.

🔴 the maximum energy intensive sector was industrial sector accounting about
56% of total energy consumption.

🔴 In the Paris Agreement India has committed to an Intended Nationally Determined Contributions target of
achieving 40% of its total electricity generation from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030.
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