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65.75 MW Power Generated in the country from the Municipal Solid Waste – Mr RK Singh

Power News - Published on Tue, 02 Jan 2018

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Under Swachh Bharat Mission, 48 MSW based plants with cumulative installed capacity of 412.5 MW under various stages construction. About 8.2 GW Biomass Power Projects already set up in the country.

Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Mr Raj Kumar Singh, in a written reply to a question on total power generated in the country from the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), in Lok Sabha informed that the present installed capacity of power generation from the MSW is 65.75 MW which is about 0.02% of total power generation capacity in the country. The state-wise details of six Municipal Solid Waste to Energy plants set up, as on 15.12.2017, are given below:

S. No.State / UTsPlant Commissioned/Under trial"Installed Capacity
(MW)"
1.DelhiRamky Group at Narela-Bawana, New Delhi24.0
2.DelhiJindal Urban Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. at Okhla, New Delhi16.0
3.DelhiIL&FS Environment Infrastructure and Services Ltd. at Ghazipur, New Delhi12.0
4.Madhya PradeshEssel Infra at Jabalpur9.0
5.Maharashtra Solapur Bio-energy Systems Pvt. Ltd at Solapur 3.0
6.Himachal PradeshElephant Energy Private Limited at Shimla1.75
 


Further, Mr Singh informed that under Swachh Bharat Mission of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, 48 MSW based plants with cumulative installed capacity of 412.5 MW are under various stages construction. Details of these projects are given below:
 
S.No.StateCityTotal (MW)
1Andhra PradeshGuntur15
2Andhra PradeshTirupati6
3Andhra PradeshVizinagaram4
4Andhra PradeshTadapalligudam5
5Andhra PradeshMachalipatnam4
6Andhra PradeshKadappa5
7Andhra PradeshAnantapur4
8Andhra PradeshNellore4
9Andhra PradeshKarnul1
10Andhra PradeshVishakapatnam5
11BiharPatna10
12ChhattisgarhDurg-Bhilai5
13ChhattisgarhRaipur5
14GoaPernem5
15GujaratSurat13.5
16HaryanaKarnal3.5
17HaryanaSonepat5
18HaryanaBandhmadi10
19HaryanaFaridabad10
20Himachal PradeshShimla1.7
21J&KSrinagar6.5
22JharkhandRanchi11
23JharkhandDhanbad12
24KarnatakaBengaluru (7 plants)20
25KeralaKochi10
26MPBhopal20
27MPRewa6
28MPIndore20
29MPGwalior10
30MaharashtraNagpur11.5
31ManipurImphal2
32New DelhiKidwai Nagar1.6
33OdishaBhubaneswar & Cuttack, Odisha11.5
34PunjabAmritsar11.5
35RajasthanJaipur15
36RajasthanKota7
37RajasthanJodhpur3
38Tamil NaduPallavapuram&TambaramVenkatamangalam Project4
39TelanganaCluster of 18 ULBs ( M/ S Shalivahana MSWM Green Enenrgy Ltd) 12
40TelanganaCluster of 16 ULBs (M/s Hemasri Power Projects Ltd.)12.6
41TelanganaGreater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation (RDF Power Projects Ltd.)11
42TelanganaGreater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (SELCO)6.6
43UP Kanpur15
44UP Agra10
45UP Rampur8
46UP Meerut10
47UttarakhandRoorkee (Cluster of 18 ULBs)11
48PunjabAmritsar Cluster (include Amritsar, Jandiala, Patti, Tarantaran, Raja Sansi, Majitha, Rayya, Khemkaran)12
Total412.5
 

 
The Swachh Bharat Mission under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs provides incentive up to 35% of project costs for Solid Waste Management projects including waste to energy plants. The projects under PPP mode are encouraged, to invite private capital in urban infrastructure as well as to bring in private sector efficiency in delivery of urban services and operation and maintenance.

The Minister also stated that the Ministry has set a target of installing 10 GW power capacity from biomass by 2022. So far about 8.2 GW biomass power projects have already been set up in the country. State-wise details of Biomass Power / Cogeneration plants set up in the country as on 31.11.2017 are given below:
 
S. NoStates / UTsBiomass Power / Cogeneration(MW)
1Andhra Pradesh378.20
2Bihar113.00
3Chhatisgarh228.00
4Gujarat65.30
5Haryana96.40
6Karnataka1452.00
7Madhya Pradesh93.00
8Maharashtra2065.00
9Odisha50.40
10Punjab179.00
11Rajasthan119.30
12Tamil Nadu878.00
13Telangana158.10
14Uttar Pradesh1933.00
15Uttarakhand73.00
16West Bengal300.00
Total8181.7
 

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Posted By : Nanda Koijam on Tue, 02 Jan 2018
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