Power

Conventional Power
Anik Group has identified various opportunities to develop power plants based on various conventional resources of energy such as Small Hydro, Coal and Gas, etc.

Projects under development: -

    • MoU with Madhya Pradesh Government for setting up 225 MW Gas based Integrated Power Plant at Ujjain.
    • Isolated Small Patches of Coal identified by our team, MoU with MP State Government awaited for allocation of Coal Patch and setting up of 2x300 MW Thermal Power Plant.
    • Land Acquisition ongoing for 300 MW Coastal Power Plant with Captive Jetty in Tamil Nadu.


Solar Power
With about 300 clear sunny days in a year, India's theoretical solar power reception, just on its land area, is about 5 PWh/year. The daily average solar energy incident over India varies from 4 to 7kWh/m2with about 2,300–3,200 sunshine hours per year, depending upon location. This is far more than current total energy consumption.

Anik has a consolidated plan of setting up Solar PV plants in Rajasthan and Western Madhya Pradesh and have registered the initial phases with the nodal agencies.


Wind Power

The development of wind power in India began in the 1990s, and has significantly increased in the last few years. Although a relative newcomer to the wind industry compared with Denmark or the US, India has become the country with the fifth largest installed wind power capacity in the world.

India has a great untapped potential for wind energy. As of 31, October 2009 the installed capacity of wind power in India was 10,925 MW, mainly spread across TamilNadu (4301.63 MW),Maharashtra (1942.25 MW), Gujarat (1565.61 MW), Karnataka (1340.23 MW), Rajasthan (738.5 MW), Madhya Pradesh (212.8 MW), Andhra Pradesh (122.45 MW), Kerala (26.5 MW), West Bengal (1.1 MW) and other states (3.20 MW).
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has fixed a target of 10,500 MW to be achieved till 2012, but an additional generation capacity of only about 6,000 MW might be available for commercial use by 2012.

Anik Group has initiated its operations towards Power generation from Wind Energy with a modest total capacity of 1.85 MW through Wind Energy. We have setup Wind Power plants in Jaisalmer(Rajasthan) and Dewas (M.P.) of .6 MW and 1.25 MW respectively.


Small and Mini Hydel Power
Hydro electricity is the world's leading source of renewable energy, supplying 19 per cent of electricity.The greatest advantage of Small Hydel Power projects over other (conventional) sources of electricity is that it is most environment-friendly.

Developing SHPs are also important in the context of global warming and climate change, which has begun to take a toll on availability of water around the world. Considering the same, we have identified several projects of Mini and Small Hydro capacity in several regions and feasibility study is underway.


Biomass
Bio energy is the multi-talent of the renewable energy sources. It is diverse and flexible and can be used in gaseous, liquid and solid form. This flexibility puts biomass in high demand in the energy sector.


Anik Group brings in excellent market knowledge, technical expertise and consistent, professional project management to the table. We are working on setting up a Biomass Energy Generation plant in Rajasthan and Western districts of Madhya Pradesh of about 10 MW capacities each, with the initial feasibility study completed. We would soon expand the operations to other states.

   

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