DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qz25gh/fuel_options_for) has announced the addition of the "Fuel Options for Electricity Generation in India" report to their offering.
Electricity generation is the main pivot around which the economy of any country revolves. The electricity demand in India is on rise and is believed to depict a north bound trend despite of the economic slowdown with 88 GW capacity planned to be added in 12th FYP. Accordingly a key concern emerges: What is the best available fuel option available for electricity generation in terms of availability and affordability?
This report delves deep to answer many more of such questions which necessitates perfect understanding of the fuel mechanisms that affect the future development of the Indian electricity generation sector. This report attempts to unveil the current pressure on the fuels especially coal and gas and what would be the future of fuel mix and how it would unfold in medium term scenario? Also, what should be the key strategy of Private Power Generators for long term fuel sourcing vis-à-vis the availability?
Can there be any other domestic alternatives such as Shale gas, LNG for the rising demand of fuel or Import dependency is the only solution? Queries like these and many more find their solutions in the virtue of this report which is to explore how the Indian electricity generation sector would evolve from short to medium term under the changing sensitivity of the capacity mix of the fuels. The report also analyses comparatively coal and natural gas dynamics for all consuming sectors in India and especially involved in electricity generation. The report builds on from fuel dynamics and availability to analyse the risks associated with fossil fuel alternatives for electricity generation in India.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. The Electricity Generation System in India and the Indian Energy Strategy
3. Fuel Options for Electricity Generation in India - Overview
4. Identifying Fuel Consuming Sectors
5. Fuel Options Determinants
6. Coal for Electricity Generation in India
7. Lignite for Electricity Generation in India
8. Coal and Lignite Dynamics in India
9. Gas for Electricity Generation in India
10. Gas Dynamics in India
11. Fuel for Process Industries Electricity Generation
12. Risks Analysis for Fuel in India
13. Unearthing Solutions to Risks and Challenges
14. Conclusion/Way forward
15. Annexure/Case Study
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