Clean Energy, An Exporter’s Guide to India (2008) by Energy and Security Group (Contributors)

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4Wind machines for low-wind regimes and better designed rotor blades, gear boxes, and control systems. Solar 4Technology for polysilicon and other materials. 4Technology for device fabrication processes and improvements in crystalline silicon solar cell/module technology. 4Thin-film solar cell technology (based on amorphous silicon films; cadmium telluride films and copper indium diselenide thin films; organic, dye-sensitized, and carbon nano tubes). 4Technology for megawatt-scale solar photovoltaic power-generating systems.

Waste-to-energy 4Technology and successful demonstration of biomethanation, combustion/incineration, pyrolysis/ gasification, landfill gas recovery, densification, and pelletization. Geothermal 4Technology supplier/equipment manufacturer/project developer for geothermal energy harnessing. Tidal 4Technology supplier/equipment manufacturer/project developer for harnessing tidal energy. Energy efficiency 4ESCOs, energy efficiency equipment for buildings/ industries. S. Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration In addition, wind energy projects and the equipment used in biomass/bagasse power generation can claim accelerated depreciation benefits in the first year of the project, providing a tax benefit for investors.

2003 Electricity Act Legislates a comprehensive reform and liberalization process for the power sector. 2001 Energy Conservation Act Provides the legal framework and institutional arrangements for embarking on a national energy efficiency drive. 1986 Environment (Protection) Act Provides broad objectives, goals, and guidance for environmental compliance. Major Acts Clean Energy: An Exporter’s Guide to India 27 equipment, and vehicles through schemes such as the “Golden Carrot” incentives. 4 Implementing energy efficiency standards and labeling of energy-using equipment, using financial penalties if equipment fails to meet minimum energy performance standards.

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