Techno-economic regional analysis of the Indian energy transition using ‘ATLANTIS’

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The Indian Energy sector is in between a major transition from coal intensive power generation to large-scale renewable energy. This transition has impacts not only on the country‘s economic growth, but also on the global scenario. After the Climate Change Conference (COP 21, Paris (2015), India has set ambitious targets for a cumulative installed capacity of 175 GW of onshore wind and solar PV by the year 2025. The integration process involving such a high penetration of Variable Renewable Energy (VRE) sources like wind and solar PV requires a lot of immediate attention, as the complexity of the interplay between the components in the energy system drastically increases given the fluctuating nature of VRE sources. The fluctuating nature of the VRE sources also brings inthe so called ‚Integration‘ costs, which make the overall energy transition process highly expensive. To manage a smooth transition,it becomes necessary to focus on the techno-economic parameters
of the energy system and make a analytical study
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jul 2017
Event23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE - Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft e.V., Munich, Germany
Duration: 28 Jul 201728 Jul 2017
https://www.gee.de/nachrichten/64-23-workshop-des-student-chapters-der-gee

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Workshop23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE
CountryGermany
CityMunich
Period28/07/1728/07/17
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Bhat, K. S., Feichtinger, G., Bachhiesl, U., Tello, M., & Stigler, H. (2017). Techno-economic regional analysis of the Indian energy transition using ‘ATLANTIS’. Poster session presented at 23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE, Munich, Germany.

Techno-economic regional analysis of the Indian energy transition using ‘ATLANTIS’. / Bhat, Karthik Subramanya; Feichtinger, Gerald; Bachhiesl, Udo; Tello, Miguel; Stigler, Heinrich.

2017. Poster session presented at 23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE, Munich, Germany.

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Bhat, KS, Feichtinger, G, Bachhiesl, U, Tello, M & Stigler, H 2017, 'Techno-economic regional analysis of the Indian energy transition using ‘ATLANTIS’' 23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE, Munich, Germany, 28/07/17 - 28/07/17, .
Bhat KS, Feichtinger G, Bachhiesl U, Tello M, Stigler H. Techno-economic regional analysis of the Indian energy transition using ‘ATLANTIS’. 2017. Poster session presented at 23. Workshop des Student Chapters der GEE, Munich, Germany.
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