27 Feb '17, 1pm

affordable wind news India could be coal-free by 2050

affordable wind news India could be coal-free by 2050

Current installed capacity and the planned additions, including renewable and coal, could be sufficient to meet the energy demand by 2026 and therefore no new investment in coal, nuclear or gas capacity will be required. The Transitions in the Indian Energy Sector study also suggests that beyond 2024, all new capacity additions could be renewables, provided the price of solar and battery reach INR 5/kWh ($0.074/kWh) and the necessary storage and renewable-energy integration infrastructure is in place. Solar prices in India have already plunged to INR 4.34/kWh, as seen in a recent bid. Assuming the other conditions are met, India may not require any new coal-based capacity in the future other than those already being built or approved for construction. Assuming a normal operating life of 30-35 years, this would suggest India could be completely coal-free by 2050. These find...

Full article: http://www.windpowermonthly.com/article/1425156/india-coa...

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