Medical Oxygen in Rural areas – India becomes the 3rd largest electricity producer

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Medical Oxygen in Rural areas –

It feels great how big we are becoming when it comes to the power industry, where India’s electricity production grew 34% over seven years to 2017, and the country now produces more energy than Japan and Russia, which had 27% and 8.77% more electricity generation capacity installed, respectively, than India seven years ago.

This not only just effects the rural area households but also makes the healthcare facilities readily available in rural areas. With available of electricity the hospitals will be able to run their machines. Where the 3 most important requirements for a hospital to run smoothly are Water, Medical Oxygen and Electricity, now it will be easier for small rural area hospitals to produce their own oxygen due to continuous availability of electric supply.

Continuous electric power helps our Medical Oxygen Generator machines to produce continuous real time on-site medical grade oxygen. What else one can wish for with such great news where India is now the 3rd largest electricity producer ahead of Russia, Japan. Rural areas being badly affected with low power requirement, are taken care by government. Some schemes might take time but today we are growing like no one else around the world.

India produced 1,160.10 billion units (BU) of electricity–one BU is enough to power 10 million households (one household using average of about 3 units per day) for a month–in financial year (FY) 2017. Electricity production stood at 1,003.525 BU between April 2017-January 2018, according to a February 2018 report by India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF), a trust established by the commerce ministry.

With a production of 1,423 BU in FY 2016, India was the third largest producer and the third largest consumer of electricity in the world, behind China (6,015 BU) and the United States (4,327 BU).

With an annual growth rate of 22.6% capacity addition over a decade to FY 2017, renewables beat other power sources–thermal, hydro and nuclear. Renewables, however, made up only 18.79% of India’s energy, up 68.65% since 2007. About 65% of installed capacity continues to be thermal.

As of January 2018, India has installed power capacity of 334.4 gigawatt (GW), making it the fifth largest installed capacity in the world after European Union, China, United States and Japan.

The government is targeting capacity addition of around 100 GW–the current power production of United Kingdom–by 2022, as per the IBEF report.

Electricity generation grew at 7% annually

India achieved a 34.48% growth in electricity production by producing 1,160.10 BU in 2017 compared to 771.60 BU in 2010–meaning that in these seven years, electricity production in India grew at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.03%.

Growing demand, higher investments will drive future growth

Growing population and increasing penetration of electricity connections, along with increasing per-capita usage would provide further impetus to the power sector, said the report.

Power consumption is estimated to increase from 1,160.1 BU in 2016 to 1,894.7 BU in 2022, as per the report.

Increasing investment remained one of the driving factors of power sector growth in the country.

Power sector has a 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) permit, which boosted FDI inflows in the sector.

Total FDI inflows in the power sector reached $12.97 billion (Rs 83,713 crore) during April 2000 to December 2017, accounting for 3.52% of FDI inflows in India, the report said.

Source: http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/now-india-is-the-third-largest-electricity-producer-ahead-of-russia-japan-118032600086_1.html

  • Smart hospitals are already adopting on site Medical Oxygen generators saving money, saving lives plus hospitals never have to care about the service part too.
  • The service requirement is minimal compared to various tasks and operations that a cylinder manifold or bulk Liquid oxygen tanks require.
  • Medical Oxygen Generator technology is already being used by the Army hospitals and hence the safety and reliability of the technology is never questioned. All you need to find is the right company who can supply you the product with the finest service support you can ever imagine.

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