The severe power deficit and increasing power tariffs have seen many companies seeking to source power from renewable sources. With more than 28 GW of installed capacity, renewable energy is well placed to power Indian industries.
Procuring Renewable Energy may, however, be a daunting task due to the number of competing technologies, avenues for procurement available, and the regulations governing the process. This paper examines the various technical, economic, and regulatoryaspects to be considered when deciding your renewable energy procurement strategy.
Inside this whitepaper you will find detailed discussions on
- Technologies – The costs, constraints, and prospects for power from Solar, Wind, Biomass, and Small Hydro
- Procurement – Captive, Group Captive, and 3rd Party PPA
- Access – Criteria and costs for Open Access
- Charges – List of charges to be included when calculating the landed cost of renewable power
- Processes & Procedures – Steps involved in procuring renewable power
In addition the whitepaper elaborates on
- Renewable power procurement strategies for different categories of consumers
- Selection of renewable power developers
The Whitepaper can be downloaded here:Green Power Procurement – The Whys and the Hows