Energy
The energy sector comprises of non-renewable/ conventional (coal, lignite, petroleum, natural gas, etc.) and renewable/ non-conventional (wind, solar, small hydro, biomass, cogeneration bagasse, etc.) sources. Estimated reserves of non-renewable sources and estimated potential of renewable energy sources.      
Estimated reserves of non-renewable sources and estimated potential of renewable energy sources                                       
Type Unit 20112012
    India Maharashtra IndiaMaharashtra
Non- Renewable          
Coal Billion Tonnes 285.86 10.53 293.5010.88
Lignite Billion Tonnes 40.91   41.96 
Crude Oil Million Tonnes 757.40   759.59 
Natural Gas Billion Cubics mtrs 1,278.06   1,330.26 
Renewable Energy MW 89.760 3,302 89,7744,021
                                                               
The installed capacity has increased by 22.1 per cent during 2012-13, whereas the central sector allocation to the State increased by 12.6 per cent over the previous year. The total installed capacity as on 31st March, 2013 in the State comprises of public sector 43.2 per cent, private sector 47.9 per cent (28.6 per cent conventional & 19.3 per cent renewable) and PPP (Ratnagiri Gas Power Project Ltd.-RGPPL) 8.9 per cent
                                
       


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