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A dedicated section on Energy statistics provides users an insight into Indian as well as global energy scenarios in terms of resources, demand, supply, and installations; among others.

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Forecast of 2015 (Short term) Top 10 cumulative installed capacity (Dec. 2005): Wind

Annual production of solar cells and modules

Year-wise solar water-heating system installations

Comparison of intensity of India with mature and emerging economies (British thermal unit per dollar GDP as in 2000)

Production of primary energy resources of conventional energy in India

Estimated energy demand
 
 

Waste

Waste generation trends in India

Power 

Generation Installed Capacity

Generation Installed Capacity (Mw) Of Power Utilities In States/Uts

Installed capacity (in MW) of power utilities in the States/UTS located in northern region including allocated shares in joint & central sector utilities

Installed capacity (in MW) of power utilities in the States/UTS located in western region including allocated shares in joint & central sector utilities

Installed capacity (in MW) of power utilities in the States/UTS located in southern region including allocated shares in joint & central sector utilities

Installed capacity (in MW) of power utilities in the States/UTS located in north-eastern region including allocated shares in joint & central sector utilities

Installed capacity (in MW) of power utilities in the islands

All India installed capacity (in MW) of power stations located in the regions of main land and islands

Transmission Network

Details of Existing Lines and Sub-Stations

Details of Transmission Lines and Sub- Stations under construction

Distributions Network State-Wise

Transmission and Distribution Network (in Ckt. Kms)

Utilities With AT&C Loss Between 25-50%

Utilities With More than 50% AT&C Loss

AT&C Loss Below 25%

Electrification of rural households

State wise unelectrified villages

 

Energy Maps

The consumption of power by each state in the country and its capacity to generate power has been illustrated geographically.