Data About Indian Power Sector

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villages (II) No. of villages Electrified (III) Percentage Electrified (IV) Percentage of Rural population Benefited (V) Pump sets Energized 2006-07 (as on 28-2-2007) 593732 475117 80 %

84 % 15096480

(VI) Per Capita Consumption (Kwh)


Installed Generating Capacity (MW) Generating Capacity (MW) Hydro Thermal Nuclear All Categories 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

26767 75114 2720 104601

28925 76670 2720 108315

30818 80626 2720 114164

32326 82411 3360 118097

34654 86015 3900 124569

Generation (Gwh) Hydro Thermal Nuclear All Categories (Does not include wind & Others)

2002-03 64014 442237 19390 525641

2003-04 73775 466824 17737 558336

2004-05 84495 486075 16845 587415

2005-06 101325 497044 17249 615618

2006-07 113315 527499 18605 659419

A brief write up about natural fuel reserves and how long are these expected to last. Primary fuel resources of the country are Hydro Power, Fossil Fuels-Coal, Lignite, Natural gas and Nuclear Power as per details shown below: Hydro : 84044 MW @ 60 % L.F 148700 MW of economically exploitable potential of installed capacity 94000 MW from 56 Nos. of identified

Pumped Storage Hydro Projects. Coal Reserves Lignite Reserves


: :

204.7 Billion Tonnes 27.5 Billion Tonnes

Crude Oil Natural Gas Uranium Thorium

: : : :

732 Million Tonnes 660 Billion Cubic Meter 6700 Tonnes 363000 Tonnes

Future Projection of Capacity addition Tentative 11th Five-Year Plan (2007-2012) addition will be 78601 MW comprising 16553 MW Hydro, 58668 MW Thermal and 3380 MW Nuclear. Does your country import or export electricity View More »

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