With a production of over 1,423 TWh, India has become the third largest producer of electricity in the world.
of India's thermal power is coal-based.
largest producer; 4th largest power consumer.
rise in transformation capacity over 2014-17.
FDI allowed under automatic route for generation, transmission and distribution.
electrification in 25 states across India.
of investment forecasted in the Indian power sector between FY19-23.
total projected electricity demand by 2022, compared with the current production of 1,108 TWh.
of projected investments in all infrastructure projects between 2012-17 were in the power sector.
total installed capacity of power stations in India as of October 2019 with steady addition to capacity.
of coal reserves and proven natural gas reserve of more than 1.5trn cu meters powering thermal power.
worth of investments to be made in new and sustainable coal-fired power stations over the next five years
The Ministry of Power on July 03 announced the creation of a new scheme through the proposed merging of the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) and the Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS). The new scheme would help improve funding and federal planning within the sector.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments
CLP India - has set up close to 3000MW of capacity
AES has successfully bid for 49% stake in Odisha Power
GE Power India has engineering centres in Noida and Kolkata
Korea South-East Power is invested in the thermal power sector.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments