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The installed wind power capacity of India is It is expected that by the end ofIndia's wind power capacity will reach 6, MW.
According to the estimations of Indian Wind Energy Association, India has the 'on-shore capability to utilize 65, MW of wind energy for the generation of electricity. India has a huge amount of unexploited wind resource that can help immensely in the future years to come. The wind power capacity in India is the maximum in Tamil Nadu.
As of Marchthe state has Next to Tamil Nadu is Maharashtra, which is the 2nd state in India to generate wind power energy. The Government of Gujarat also banks largely on the wind resources.
The state has identified Samana in the Rajkot District as the perfect place for installing turbines, which would generate MW of energy. In order to facilitate the development of wind energy in the state through investments, the Gujarat Government has come up with several incentives, which includes high tariff for wind energy.
The state of Karnataka is also not lagging behind. There are several wind farms in the state.
Chitradurga and Gadag are among the districts with the maximum number of windmills. Although India has a high wind power installed capacity, yet the country lacks proper utilization of the wind resources.
As per one of the studies made by the "Global World Energy Council" India has the capability to construct wind power stations and plants that can generate about 5 times more in comparison to the estimations made by the Government, by the year According to the estimations of Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association, against the government's calculation 48, MW from sites, the wind power capacity of India can go up byMW.
The Government of India has plans to put in 10, MW of wind power capacity in the next 5 five years, that is by Global Wind Day. Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) celebrated the Global Wind Day on 30th June at The Claridges, New Delhi.
Wind Power Plants in India seen a phenomenal growth of around 33% CAGR in the last 5 years and the total capacity at end of was MW with most of the capacity installed in the state of Tamil Nadu which is the largest state in terms of Alternative Energy Capacity in regardbouddhiste.com has set an ambitious target of 65 GW for Wind Energy in.
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India’s wind power tariff falls to a record low of Rs per unit in an auction conducted by SECI for 1 GW of wind power contracts that ended early morning Thursday. The Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Govt.
of India has established a Centre for Wind Energy Technology at Chennai with field test station at Kayathar to act as technical focal point for wind power development in the country.