India's installed utility-scale energy capacity 2016 by energy source

The statistic shows the volume of utility-based installed power capacity in India as of April 2016, broken down by fuel type consumed. During this time, the utility-based installed power capacity derived from natural gas totaled some 24.5 gigawatts.

Utility-based installed power capacity in India as of April 2016, by fuel type

Installed capacity in megawatts
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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. Figures may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding. Small hydro is included in other renewables.

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