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An Overview of Renewable Energy Desk

An Overview of Renewable Energy Desk Activities for Power Grid Operations and Planning

Many countries around the world are setting up clean energy targets to decarbonize the energy sector. On electric grids, meeting these targets involve deploying gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy resources such as solar, wind, and hydropower. In 2022 alone, five countries (European Union, United States, India, United Kingdom, and China) added 275 GW of solar and wind, according to the International Energy Agency1 . As the share of renewable energy increases, grid operation practices need to be modernized.


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Guidance note for Bhutan to trade in Indian power exchange

Bhutan procured electricity for the first time through the Indian Power Exchange in January 2022 to meet its power shortage. This exposure to the market-based electricity trading necessitated the concerned power sector agencies in Bhutan to work in a coordinated manner to place the bids and procure power through the Indian Power Exchange.



Integrted power exchange transaction model for dispatch, scheduling & bidding (IMDSB)

Bhutan, the land of Gross National Happiness, is also renowned for being a carbon-neutral nation and for contributing to cross-border electricity trade in the South Asia Region. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has been a long-term partner of Bhutan in its journey as a regional power market player.



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