India's share of installed energy capacity by energy source 2016

The statistic shows the distribution of installed power capacity in India, as at April 2016, broken down by fuel type consumed. At that time, the installed power capacity derived from natural gas accounted for 8 percent of the country's installed capacity.

Distribution of installed power capacity in India as of April 2016, by fuel type

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Release date

June 2016



Survey time period

April 2016

Supplementary notes

* Less than 1 percent.

Includes utlity-based power facilities, not captive power plants (about 47 gigawatts). Figures may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding. Small hydro facilities are included in 'other renewables' category.

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