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India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market Analysis

The Urban & Industrial waste based power projects have been witnessing upward trend in recent years driven by increasing investments from private sector and ongoing government initiatives to promote generation of power from urban and industrial waste. The overall installed capacity of grid connected waste power projects surpassed 70 MW by end of 2011 as compare to more than 90 MW of off grid waste base power projects.

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Considering the huge potential to convert waste to energy in India, the Ministry of Environment and Forests had formulated the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules in 2000. Waste to Energy is understood as a renewable technology, and comes under the overall guidance and facilitation of the Ministry of Non Renewable Energy of India, which has announce finacila incentives and assistance programme in . 

The research report "India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market" gives an overview on the various aspects related to waste based power generation scenario in India. It helps reader to analyze the urban and industrial based power generation potential across various states in India, the current scenario of off grid and grid connected waste based power projects, financial incentives given by governme

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Table of Contents

1. India Waste Generation Scenario
2. Technologies For Generation Of Energy From Waste
2.1 Thermal Conversion - Incineration
2.2 Thermo Chemical Conversion - Pyrolysis & Gasification
2.3 Bio Chemical Conversion - Biomethanation & Fermentation
2.4 Electrochemical Conversion
3. India Waste To Energy Generation Potential
3.1 Urban Waste
3.2 Industrial Waste
4. Urban & Industrial Waste Based Power Installed Capacity
4.1 Grid-Connected Power
4.2 Off-Grid/ Captive Power
5. Issues To be Resolved
5.1 Imported Technology
5.2 Lack Of Awareness
5.3 Environmental Concerns
5.4 Costly Procedures
6. Initiatives & Financial Assistance For Waste To Energy Programme During FY'12
6.1 Programme On Energy Recovery From Urban Wastes
6.2 Programmes On Energy Recovery From Municipal Solid Wastes
6.3 Programmes On Energy Recovery From Industrial Wastes
7. Regulatory & Policy Framework
7.1 Ministry Of New And Renewable Energy
7.2 Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency
7.3 Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2000
7.4 Central Pollution Control Board
8. Competitive Landscape


List of Figures

Figure 1-1: Composition Of Solid Waste Generation In India
Figure 3-1: Urban & Industrial Waste To Energy Potential (MW)
Figure 3-2: Share of Waste To Energy PotentialIin Total Renewable Energy
Figure 3-3: Industrial Waste To Energy Potential By Segment (MW)
Figure 4-1: Grid Connected U&I Waste To Energy Installed Capacity (MW), FY'09-FY'15
Figure 4-2: Grid Connected U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity (MW), Jan'2012
Figure 4-3: Grid Connected U&I Waste To Energy Installed Capacity By State (MW), FY'11
Figure 4-4: Grid Connected U&I Waste Based Capacity Additions Targets (MW), FY'12-FY'17
Figure 4-5: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity (MW), FY'10 & FY'11
Figure 4-6: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity, Jan'2012
Figure 4-7: Off Grid U&I Waste Based Installed Capacity by State (MW)' FY'11

List of Tables

Table 3-1: Urban Waste To Energy Potential By State (MW)
Table 3-2: Urban Solid Waste To Power Potential By State (MW)
Table 3-3: Urban Liquid Waste To Energy Potential By State (MW)
Table 6-1: Capital Subsidy For Waste To Energy Projects During FY'12

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