States of India by installed power capacity

Summary

This is a list of states and territories of India by installed power generation capacity. This is measured in Megawatts (MW) which is equal to one million watts of electric power. As of 31st December 2021, the installed capacity is 393,389.46 MW. Maharashtra leads in power generation capacity, followed by Gujarat and Tamil Nadu, though Karnataka leads in renewable energy capacity.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

ListEdit

State-wise all India installed power generation capacity as of 31 December 2021.[8][9][10][11][12][13][14]
State/Union Territory Thermal (in MW) Nuclear
(in MW)
Renewable (in MW) Total
(in MW)
% of National Total % Renewable
Coal Gas Diesel Sub-Total
Thermal
Hydel Other
Renewable
Sub-Total
Renewable
Western Region 85586 10806.49 - 96392.49 1840 7392 32352.57 39,744.57 137977.06 35.07% 28.80%
Maharashtra 23856 3207.08 - 27063.08 1400 3047 10566.19 13613.19 42076.27 10.70% 32.36%
Gujarat 16092 7551.41 - 23643.41 440 1990 15447.36 17437.36 41520.77 10.55% 42.00%
Madhya Pradesh 21950 - - 21950 - 2235 5421.38 7656.38 29606.38 7.52% 25.86%
Chhattisgarh 23688 - - 23688 - 120 852.58 972.58 24660.58 6.3527% 3.94%
Goa - 48 - 48 - - 18.88 18.88 66.88 0.017% 28.23%
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu - - - - - - 46.18 46.18 46.18 0.01% 100%
Southern Region 42327.50 6491.80 433.66 49252.97 3320 11739.50 46099.40 57838.9 110411.86 28.07% 52.38%
Tamil Nadu 13685 1027.18 211.70 14923.88 2440 2178.20 15870.22 18048.42 35412.30 9.00% 50.97%
Karnataka 9480 - 25.20 9505.20 880 3689.20 15787.20 19476.40 29861.60 7.59% 65.22%
Andhra Pradesh 11590 4898.54 36.80 16525.34 - 1610 9190.51 10800.51 27325.85 6.95% 39.52%
Telangana 7572.50 - - 7572.50 - 2405.60 4601.74 7007.34 14579.84 3.71% 48.06%
Kerala - 533.58 159.96 693.54 - 1856.50 634.41 2490.91 3184.45 0.81% 78.22%
Puducherry - 32.50 - 32.50 - - 12.05 12.05 44.55 0.011% 27.05%
Lakshadweep - - - - - - 3.27 3.27 3.27 0.001% 100%
Northern Region 45219 5781.26 - 51000.26 1620 19378.27 24245.68 43623.95 96244.21 24.46% 45.33%
Uttar Pradesh 23729 1493.14 - 25222.14 440 501.60 4353.12 4854.72 30516.86 7.76% 15.91%
Rajasthan 10480 1023.13 - 11503.13 1180 411 14546.71 14,957.71 27640.84 7.03% 54.11%
Himachal Pradesh - - - - - 10065.02 1030.74 11095.76 11095.76 2.82% 100%
Punjab 5680 - - 5680 - 1096.30 1766.11 2862.41 8542.41 2.17% 33.51%
Haryana 5330 431.59 - 5761.59 - - 1086.88 1086.88 6848.47 1.74% 15.87%
Uttarakhand - 450 - 450 - 3855.35 906.56 4,761.91 5211.91 1.32% 91.37%
Jammu and Kashmir - 175 - 175 - 3360 191.55 3551.55 3726.55 0.95% 95.30%
Delhi - 2208.40 - 2208.40 - - 263.12 263.12 2471.52 0.63% 10.65%
Ladakh - - - - - 89 47.44 136.44 136.44 0.034% 100%
Chandigarh - - - - - - 53.45 53.45 53.45 0.013% 100%
Eastern Region 35927 100 40.05 36067.05 - 5975.45 1756.81 7732.26 43799.31 11.13% 17.65%
West Bengal 14177 100 - 14277 - 1341.20 584.90 1926.10 16203.10 4.12% 11.89%
Odisha 9540 - - 9540 - 2142.25 597.04 2739.29 12279.29 3.12% 22.30%
Bihar 7960 - - 7960 - - 386.95 386.95 8346.95 2.12% 4.64%
Jharkhand 4250 - - 4250 - 210 96.42 306.42 4556.42 1.16% 6.72%
Sikkim - - - - - 2282 56.76 2338.76 2338.76 0.59% 100%
Andaman and Nicobar Islands - - 40.05 40.05 - - 34.4774 34.74 74.79 0.02% 46.45%
North-Eastern Region 750 1719.95 36 2505.95 - 2027 424.07 2451.07 4957.02 1.26% 49.45%
Assam 750 620.36 - 1370.36 - 350 104.68 454.68 1825.03 0.46% 24.91%
Tripura - 1099.60 - 1099.60 - - 30.88 30.88 1130.48 0.29% 2.73%
Arunachal Pradesh - - - - - 1115 142.34 1257.34 1257.34 0.32% 100%
Meghalaya - - - - - 322 50.46 372.46 372.46 0.1% 100%
Manipur - - 36 36 - 105 17.65 122.65 158.65 0.04% 77.31%
Nagaland - - - - - 75 33.71 108.71 108.71 0.03% 100%
Mizoram - - - - - 60 44.35 104.35 104.35 0.03% 100%
Total 209809.50 24899.51 509.71 235218.72 6780 46512.22 104878.53 151390.75 393389.46 100.00% 38.48%

Other Renewable Energy sources include SHP (Small Hydro Power - hydel plants ≤ 25 MW), Biomass Power, Urban & Industrial waste, Solar and Wind Energy

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "All India installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  2. ^ "Published Reports". National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  3. ^ "Northern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  4. ^ "Eastern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  5. ^ "Western region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  6. ^ "Southern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  7. ^ "North Eastern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  8. ^ "All India installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  9. ^ "Published Reports". National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  10. ^ "Northern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  11. ^ "Eastern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  12. ^ "Western region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  13. ^ "Southern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  14. ^ "North Eastern region installed capacity" (PDF). National Power Portal. Retrieved 28 January 2022.