The Status and Future of Geothermal Power in Indian Context

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Shubham Awasthi

GEC Banswara

Mohd Arif Khan

Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) - Government Engineering College Banswara

Sahil Bansal

Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) - Government Engineering College Banswara

Date Written: February 12, 2019

Abstract

Geothermal energy, described as the warmth from the Earth, is simple and sustainable. The energy demand by the world population is growing because of the enlargement of economies and population growth of the planet Earth and advancements in energy intense technology. Between 2008 and 2035, the world’s energy use is anticipated to broaden with the aid of using about 53% with half of the boom attributed to India and China (International energy Outlook 2011). An awful lot of energy increase comes from developing international locations. Fossil fuels are predicted to supply about 80% of worldwide electricity use in 2035. Renewables are the world’s fastest-growing electricity supply, at 2.8% in line with year, with the renewable’s percentage of the arena energy supply developing to about 15% in 2035 (International energy Outlook 2011). Renewable electricity in popular and geothermal electricity especially may additionally want to play a large role in offering a easy and environmentally sustainable supply of power to fulfill the world electricity demand for and its annoying situations. In India, exploration and feature a observe of geothermal fields started out in 1970. The Geological Survey of India estimates the potential to be of the order of 10,000 MW constituted of the four hundred thermal springs allotted in exceptional geographic and temperature zones. The most promising of these is in Puga valley of Ladakh. The anticipated ability for geothermal electricity in India is ready 10000 MW. In March 2017, after a sequence of in-depth consultations with all of the relevant ministries, India joined the IEA. This changed into a chief milestone for global energy governance and some other foremost step in the direction of the IEA turning into a truly international electricity organisation and strengthening ties with the important thing strength gamers. Thermax installation few geothermal flowers in INDIA in recent years as an improvement on this area for zero deficit.

Keywords: Geothermal power, power deficit, Renewable, IEA, Fire of Earth

Suggested Citation

Awasthi, Shubham and Khan, Mohd Arif and Bansal, Sahil, The Status and Future of Geothermal Power in Indian Context (February 12, 2019). Advances in Power Generation from Renewable Energy Sources (APGRES) 2019, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3529298 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3529298

Shubham Awasthi (Contact Author)

GEC Banswara ( email )

Government Engineering College Banswara,Behind May
Banswara, RI 327001
India

Mohd Arif Khan

Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) - Government Engineering College Banswara ( email )

Government Engineering College Banswara,Behind May
Banswara, RI 327001
India

Sahil Bansal

Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) - Government Engineering College Banswara ( email )

Government Engineering College Banswara,Behind May
Banswara, RI 327001
India

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