Wind Solar Hybrid C&I Project Case Study
Project Developer- CleanMax
Location- Jagalur, Karnataka
Wind Solar Hybrid (WSH) systems have recently started gaining prominence as an innovative solution for Commercial and Industrial (C&I) consumers in India.. As solar and wind have complementary daily and seasonal energy generation profiles, their combined power output is much more stable and reliable as compared to standalone wind and solar. Hence, through this case study of an already operational wind solar hybrid plant, we are analysing in detail the complexities associated with this emerging technology.
The plant is owned and operated by CleanMax and is located in Davanagere district of Karnataka, at a distance of around 250 kms from Bangalore. It is one of the first wind solar hybrid project in India that is dedicatedly catering to consumers in the C&I segment. Current operational capacity of this plant is 151 MW (81 MW wind + 70 MW solar). The project capacity is likely to reach 300 MW upon completion of the next phase in 2023.
The report looks in detail at the several parameters crucial for understanding wind solar hybrid systems in general. These include specifications, equipment used, costing, project performance etc. In order to understand the end consumer benefit, consumption details of two major consumers (NTT and Cargill) are further studied in detail.
- What is a Wind Solar Hybrid System?
- Benefits to stakeholders
- Policies and regulations
- National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy 2018
- State Policies
- Landed cost calculation
- Key Players
- Project case study
- CleanMax Wind Solar Hybrid Project, Jagalur, Karnataka
- Project Configuration
- Project cost
- CAPital EXpenditure (CAPEX)
- Operational and Maintenance Cost
- Measures to save project costs
- Plant performance
- Project highlights
- End consumer benefits
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