Biogas Power (Off-grid) Programme
Biogas based power units can be a reliable decentralized power generation option in the country. In order to promote this route of power generation, specifically in the small capacity range (3 kW to 250 kW), based on the availability of large quantity of animal wastes and wastes from forestry, rural based industries (agro/food processing), kitchen wastes, etc; a number of projects of different capacities and applications will be taken up for refining the technical know-how, developing manpower and necessary infrastructure, establishing a proper arrangement of operation & maintenance and large scale dissemination. The projects to be taken up by any village level organization, institution, private entrepreneurs etc. in rural areas as well as areas covered under the Remote Village Electrification (RVE) programme of MNRE other than the industries and commercial establishments covered under Urban, Industrial & Commercial Applications (UICA) programmes for sale of electricity to individual/ community on mutually agreeable terms. The implementing organizations must ensure that sufficient feed stock/ materials for proposed biogas plants size are available on sustainable basis and the beneficiary organization gives an undertaking that the plant would be maintained and operated for a minimum period of ten years.
- Details of State-Wise Commissioned/Installed Biogas Power (Off-Grid) Projects during the Period 2011-12 to 2016-17 under Biogas Power (Off-Grid) Programme. (posted on 02.01.2017)
- Status of Proposals received during the year 2014-15 under Biogas Power (off-grid) Programme (Posted on 28.11.2014)
- Addresses of websites of State Nodal Departments / State Nodal Agencies having list of beneficiaries of Family Type Biogas Plants (Posted on 23.12.2014)