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National Biomass Mission in Offing: Identifying Lucrative Investment Pockets and Opportunity for Stakeholders Across Value-Chain
Date:12/13/2013

g over the idea of initiating a National Biomass mission on the lines of Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission. Such a move by the government certainly augurs well for the industry which will open new doors of investment across the value chain of biomass sector.

Buoyed by the success of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, the MNRE is likely to launch National Biomass mission soon. Industry feels that, a National mission would fuel accelerated development in the biomass industry, same as JNNSM has done to Solar sector. Keeping these development in mind, ENINCON in its latest publication "National Biomass Mission in Offing: Identifying Lucrative Investment Pockets and Opportunity for Stakeholders across Value-Chain" has estimated that, after the announcement of National Mission, Biomass industry will attract an investment of about $ 17.5 billion across the value chain

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Executive Summary

Biomass Power in India: Status Track

  • Rationale for developing Biomass power in India
  • Huge surplus availability of agricultural and Forest residue
  • Huge biomass potential of 17.5 GW
  • Mostly untapped 5GW of cogeneration potential
  • Energy security and focus on green economic development
  • Trend in capacity addition
  • Biomass installed capacity
  • Bagasse cogeneration installed capacity
  • Waste to Energy capacity additions
  • Future Outlook: Upcoming capacity addition
  • Regulatory framework- National Biomass mission is need of the hour
  • Central Policies and Incentives
  • State level policies
  • Preferential tariffs in Indian states
  • REC mechanism- In want of major reforms
  • Proposed National Biomass Mission: Biomass going solar way
  • State identification: Key regions for Biomass/Cogeneration/WTE Energy
  • Major
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