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Title: Technological evolution in Biopower drives the future energy sector in India: Ken Research

Technological evolution in Biopower drives the
future energy sector in India Ken Research
Biomass is a source of fuel developed from
organic materials which is a renewable and
sustainable source of energy. Biomass is used to
generate electricity or other forms of power. The
biopower technologies convert these renewable
biomass fuels into heat and electric energy.
Burning, bacterial decay, and conversion to
gas/liquid fuel are three ways to release the
energy stored in biomass fuels to produce
biopower. Bio-electricity is generated through
direct combustion technique where biomass fuel is
burned in a boiler to produce high-pressure
  • This steam runs over a series of turbine blades
    rotating them which drives a generator, thereby,
    producing electricity. Biomass is a substitute of
    coal in many existing power plant furnace in
    India, using co-firing process where two types of
    fuels are burnt at the same time.
  • Organic waste materials such as animal dung or
    human sewage are collected in oxygen-free tanks
    called digesters. The waste is decomposed by
    anaerobic bacteria producing methane and other by
    products forming renewable natural gas. This
    renewable natural gas can be purified and used to
    generate electricity. Biomass fuels undergo
    gasification and pyrolysis to convert from a
    gaseous fuel or a liquid fuel or vice-versa.
    Gasification process of solid biomass is carried
    out at high temperatures with very less supply of
    oxygen to produce synthesis gas. This gas is
    burned in a conventional boiler to produce
    electricity that is used to replace natural gas
    in small power plants. Pyrolysis process of
    biomass is carried out at lower temperature range

with complete absence of oxygen to produce a
crude bio-oil. This bio-oil is substituted with
fuel oil or diesel in furnaces, turbines, and
engines for electricity production. According to
the study Biopower in India, Market Outlook to
2030, Update 2017-Capacity, Generation, Levelized
Cost Of Energy (Lcoe), Investment Trends,
Regulations And Company Profiles, Indias
renewable energy resources include solar, wind,
small hydro, waste to energy, bio energy. All
available conventional natural resources are
expected to exhaust in near future including
hydro power because water is now a scarce
resource. Renewable natural sources such as wind
and solar resource do not exhaust completely even
if fully they are completely utilized. Other
renewable natural resources are bio-wastes that
can be converted in to energy. The leading
players in the biopower sector are The Dhampur
Sugar Mills Limited, Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd.,
Balrampur Chini Mills Limited,
Mawana Sugars Limited, DCM Shriram Limited, EID
Parry (India) Limited and Triveni Engineering
Industries Ltd. Coal when undergoes combustion
emits carbon soot and carbon monoxide causing
respiratory diseases. Coal mining is a risky job
and human right violation due to the unsafe
environment. There were instances where miners
were killed due to collapse of mining roofs and
inhalation of hazardous gases such as Methane.
Spillage of crude oil from oil rigs and pipelines
into the water bodies are threatening the
survival of marine life. Nuclear energy emits
hazardous radioactive wastes which need to be
handles for many years and any simple accident
can cause human genetic mutations. Majority of
the rural population utilize traditional fuels
such as wood, crop residue and animal manure
cakes for their daily energy needs. However,
combustion of these traditional fuels release
poisonous gases and time consuming while
collecting such fuels.
  • Biopower ranks second in Indias energy sector
    with wind energy dominating and the country ranks
    fifth in renewable power globally. There are many
    standalone power plants in India based on wind,
    solar, biomass energy that are confined to a
    specified location, industry and many remote
    areas. Biopower is generally derived from
    agricultural residue such as husk, shell, strew,
    and deoiled cakes obtained after oil extraction.
    Domestic waste is also utilized to extract energy
    through various processes.
  • The renewable energy resources are expensive
    compared to the conventional energy resources. It
    was observed that the costs of clean energy such
    as wind and solar energy are deflating from few
    years. The introduction of clean energy resources
    has encouraged the Indian population to use
    portable solar cookers. Therefore, the clean
    energy sector is growing rapidly from the recent
    years. At few places, both wind and solar power
    plants are installed as two in one plants. This
    power is stored in batteries and Morni Hills in
    Haryana is

  • first such plant. Solar panels were very
    expensive in the recent years exhibiting a very
    poor performance in solar energy sector. With
    falling prices the photo voltaic panels are now
    affordable with increased competitors. Indias
    largest solar plant is located in Madhya Pradesh
    and generates electricity for low price.
  • India has various fuels available for the power
    market and also has many established power plants
    with huge capacity. It was observed that Indian
    population in the rural areas are attracted
    towards the biopower because of huge availability
    of biomass, increase in employment rate, and
    cheapest energy source for low income group.
    These factors may attract establishment of
    several biopower projects to overcome the
    nations energy requirements. The affordable cost
    of the biopower is sure to drive the energy
    sector with many investors, while implementing
    government legislations. Indian biopower sector
    will witness a drastic growth over the coming

  • Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • India Biopower Market Research Report
  • Biopower Generation Capacity India
  • Biopower Investments in India
  • India Major Biopower Plants
  • India Biopower Plants Regulations
  • Renewable Energy Resources Market Research Report
  • Agricultural Residue in India
  • The Dhampur Sugar Mills Limited Market Share
  • Upcoming Biopower Projects in India
  • Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd Market Share In Biopower
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