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IESA Energy Storage Vision 2030 report which emphasizes the importance of energy storage target-setting for India along with other key areas like policy and regulatory intervention required at the Central and the State level, manufacturing, skill development, research & development, and potential barriers that require preparedness and focus from the Centre and the States.
EV IQ provides monthly updates of Electric Vehicles and Manufacturing sectors. These reports cover Policy & Regulatory announcements by Central and State Governments, Tender updates, upcoming meeting dates, EV sales summary, new product launches, prevailing news updates are covered in this report. These are monthly reports and bring you distilled, accurate, and timely information supplemented with in-depth analysis.
The EV Market in India has been witnessing one of the fastest recoveries in 2021 from the pandemic induced slowdown in 2020. In 2021 the annual sales of EVs in India reached 4,67,000+ units.
IESA's second edition on India's EV market report captures the present market scenario and also major projections and enablers going forward.
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1.0 Introduction Today, over 4.46 billion people, or more than half the world’s population live in the cities. They are at the epicentre of economic activity, where more than 80% of global GDP is generated. As urban road transport density has grown, it has created several environmental challenges such as poor quality of air and water, improper waste disposal, and high energy usage. In Indian metropolitan cities (like Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai), an average commute takes a whopping 90 -minutes and air pollution is one of the leading causes of
The availability of user-friendly public charging infrastructure is one of the key requirements for accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles in India.
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Initial conceptualization and work on high temperature batteries was initiated as early as in the 1950s at various national labs in US and was taken up by the Ford Motor company for commercialization in 1967.
A lot of the initial fuel cell development work was conducted in the 1970s at NASA. Fuel cells were used in the Apollo mission as on
India’s battery demand is projected to rise from 3 billion $ in 2017 to 7.5 billion $ by 2022 (Source: CES Analysis). Lithium-ion battery technology is projected to be the leading technology for electric
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This report assembles a holistic policy solution framework and set of options to catalyse the sector. This report explores three broad types of support, each with different intended outcomes:
Battery Ecosystem: A Global Overview, Gap Analysis in Indian context, and Way Forward for Ecosystem Development
The study is focused on documenting the status quo of battery technologies used in electric vehicles, Indian and global battery standards, and policy frameworks in India vis-à-vis global counterparts.In addition to the external environment, battery value chain elements viz. battery manufacturing, battery swapping, battery disposal, recycling, and reuse are also studied in detail to understand the technological and policy landscape in India. Owing to the nascent nature of the value chain, outputs from primary interactions have been integrated into the study to provide the picture of on ground realities.
The global power and transportation sectors of the future will be fundamentally different from today.
Status quo analysis of various segments of electric mobility and low carbon passenger road transport in India
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the Nationally Determined Contribution-Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA) is a joint project of seven organisations and with the engagement of China, India, and Vietnam.
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Stationary Energy Storage in India (SESI) Virtual Conference took place on 24 March 2022 focused on
Stationary Energy Storage in India (SESI) Conference & Virtual Expo focused on the roadmap and outlook for stationary energy storage in India took place on 8 April 2021.
Stationary Energy Storage in India (SESI) Conference & Virtual Expo focused on the roadmap and outlook
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Batteries make up a significant portion of the battery system cost, and therefore, need to be carefully
Renewable Hybrids is being seen as the much needed enabler for renewables to continue its growth phase.
"Energy Storage Applications - The Utility and Discom Perspective", was released at WUS 2020.
IESA estimates the overall market size for lead-acid battery in India at around INR 27,000 Crore (USD 4.2 billion) in 2015-16.
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IESA inputs/suggestions on the Uniform Slab of GST on various components / equipment used in deployment of BESS
IESA wrote a letter to Central Electricity Authority on 4th April '22 for providing the HS code and the
IESA wrote a letter to Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change on 21st March '22 stating concerns/recommendations (Annexure-1) on the Draft Battery waste Management Rules, 2022. This letter also included consolidated suggestions/recommendations received from our member companies.
IESA wrote letter to Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon'ble Minister, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
On 25th May 2021, IESA sent inputs on draft National Electricity Policy’2021 to MoP.
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This is the summary of the points discussed during the PWG conducted on the 8th of September 2022. Guidelines for Tariff Based Competitive Bidding Process for Procurement of Power from Grid Connected RE Power Projects for utilisation under scheme for flexibility in Generation and Scheduling of Thermal/ Hydro Power Stations through bundling with Renewable Energy and Storage power
This is the summary of the points discussed during the PWG conducted on the 2nd of August 2022. IESA meeting with MOP Secretary and other policy makers on "IESA report on Energy Storage Vision 2030 for India" Parliament questions on IESA report on Energy Storage Vision 2030 for India, Lectures on international experience in Grid balancing though energy storage with Prime Ministry office and other top policy makers
Discussion points: CEA Draft Manual on Transmission Planning Criteria Draft Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Indian Electricity Grid Code) Regulations, 2022. Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Connectivity and General Network Access to the inter-State Transmission System) Regulations, 2022. Directions by the Commission to the Power Exchanges registered under the Power Market Regulations, 2021 Estimation of Reserves Requirement IESA recommendations to SECI and Ministry of Power on the key issues related to SECI RFS for setting up of Pilot Projects of 500 MW/1000MWh tender IESA request to reduce GST on various equipment used in Energy Storage Systems and consider to include in the agenda for upcoming 47th meeting of the GST Council IESA and WBCSD – joint case studies and policy recommendations Draft Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2022 Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) working under the Consumer Affairs Ministry has issued performance standards for electric vehicle batteries The Haryana government approved the State Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy 2022
On 4th June 2021, IESA had organized a close room virtual roundtable among key raw materials players, government
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Most parts of India suffer from significant power shortages. The southern region of India has around 20%
The installed capacity of the wind farm is considered as 20MW. Due to high seasonal fluctuation of wind,
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There are many concurrent benefits of a micro-grid. Firstly, it helps in exploitation of local renewable energy resource through DRE