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India Wind Power Market Outlook, 2022 - India's Wind Power Sector Starts R&D for Expanding Offshore Wind Farms By 2019


DUBLIN, June 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "India Wind Power Market Outlook, 2022" report to their offering.

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Wind capacity has been growing with a tremendous pace in India and has shown a remarkable growth last year. India occupies 4th position in the world in generating wind energy.

India depends heavily on coal and oil for meeting its energy demand which contributes to pollution, acid rain and greenhouse gases' emission. Last 25 years has been a period of intense activities related to research, development, production and distribution of energy in India. Though major energy sources for electrical power are coal and natural gas, development and promotion of non-conventional sources of energy such as solar, wind and bio-energy, are also getting sustained attention. The uses of renewable energies like wind and solar power is rising in the country. Wind energy is a clean, eco-friendly, renewable resource and is nonpolluting. 70% of wind generation happens during the five months duration from May to September coinciding with Southwest monsoon duration.

New technological developments in wind energy design have contributed to the significant advances in wind energy penetration and ! to get optimum power from available wind. The capacity generation of wind energy was an average of 3 GW during the period 2012-13 to 2016-17. India is a huge market in terms of renewable energy, especially in wind power. India has more than 7 states where wind farm can be set up and it suits the climate to the wind farm. India ranks second in the Asian Wind market and it has been growing with sky scraping rate. The government of India has set a target of 175 gigawatts for overall renewable energy and 60 gigawatts for wind energy capacity that is to be accomplished till March 2022.

While Wind World India, GE India and ReGen Powertech failed to generate remarkable new capacity additions in 2015-16, Gamesa Renewable and Suzlon Energy together generated more than half of the new installed wind power capacity.! India wind installation has ! been div ided into 3 regions and among them southern has achieved the highest market share. India is planning to enter into the offshore wind power with a 100 MW of demonstration plant located off the Gujarat coast. For developing offshore wind farms, India has made a consortium to do assessment of such sites where offshore wind farms can be set up to generate the optimum energy from the site. The global cumulative installed capacity of wind is double than that of solar power and four times of Bio-power. Globally, though the European companies have good capacity share in overall wind market, Europe region itself is not able to secure the top position.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Global Renewable Energy Market Outlook
2.1. Investment in Renewable Energy Sector
2.2. Market Size By Cumulative Capacity
2.2.1. Total Cumulati! ve Capacity
2.2.2. Hydropower Capacity
2.2.3. Wind Power Capacity
2.2.4. Solar Power Capacity
2.2.5. Bio-Power Capacity
2.2.6. Geothermal Power Capacity
2.2.7. Ocean Power Capacity
2.3. Market Share

3. Global Wind Power Market Outlook
3.1. Market Size By Cumulative capacity
3.1.1. Total Cumulative Capacity
3.1.2. Europe Wind Power Capacity
3.1.3. Asia Wind Power Capacity
3.1.4. North America Wind Power Capacity
3.1.5. By Onshore Vs. Offshore Capacity
3.2. Market Size By New Installed Capacity
3.2.1. Total Capacity
3.2.2. By Onshore Vs. Offshore Capacity
3.3. Market Share
3.3.1. By Company (Cumulative & New)
3.3.2. By Region (Cumulative & New)
3.3.3. By Country (Cumulative & New)

4. India Energy Market Outlook

5. India Renewable Energy Market Outlook
5.1. Investment in Renewable Energy Sector
5.2. Market Size By Cumulative Ca! pacity
5.2.1. Total Cumulative Capacity
5.2.2. Solar! Power C apacity
5.2.3. Bio-Power Capacity
5.2.4. Small Hydro Power (SHP) Capacity
5.3. Market Share

6. India Wind Power Market Outlook
6.1. Market Size By Cumulative Capacity
6.2. Market Size By New Installed Capacity
6.3. Market Share
6.3.1. By Company (New Installations)
6.3.2. By Region (Cumulative & New)
6.3.3. By State (Cumulative & New)
6.4. Product Portfolio By Company
6.5. State Wise Tariffs
6.6. Policy and Regulatory Landscape
6.7. Certifications in India
6.8. Supply Chain Management
6.9. Energy Generation to Energy Consumption

7. India Economic Snapshot

8. PEST Analysis

9. Market Trends & Developments
9.1. Government Setting Wind Monitoring Stations
9.2. Lidar - Future Prospects of Offshore Wind Market
9.3. Government's Vision of 2022 For Renewable Sources of Energy
9.4. Vision Wind-Solar Hybrid ! Policy
9.5. Green Energy Corridor Project

10. Company Profiles
10.1. Gamesa Renewable Private Limited
10.2. GE India Industrial Private Limited
10.3. Suzlon Energy Limited
10.4. Vestas Wind Technology India Private Limited
10.5. Inox Wind Power Limited
10.6. Kenersys India Private Limited
10.7. Leitwind Shriram Manufacturing Private Limited
10.8. ReGen Powertech Private Limited
10.9. RRB Energy Limited
10.10. Wind World (India) Limited

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