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Management Consulting Practices of Idam Infra

Energy Transition

The Energy Transition (ET) practice offers services across multiple facets of the industry from Renewable Energy (RE) grid integration studies, procurement strategy, policy analysis and design to RE transition and due diligence support. With expertise in energy modelling, including national and state-level capacity expansion, storage modelling, and RTC modelling, it also provides flexibility resource assessment, project feasibility development and structuring, and transmission planning and assessment studies. The Energy Transition team is technically proficient and experienced in various clean energy technologies such as solar, wind (onshore and offshore), hydro, storage (battery and pumped hydro), hybrid, biomass, municipal solid waste, waste-to-energy, hydrogen, and electric vehicles.



Projects from Multilateral Agencies


Clean Energy Technology Modelled

77 / 303

National Level Studies Performed (Under Bilateral Program)


National Level Studies Performed (Under Bilateral Program)

Industrial Decarbonisation

India has made the commitment to become a country with net zero carbon emissions by 2070. The major focus of this endeavour is on the decarbonization of industries as it consumes nearly 40% of the total energy. The Government of India has given a major push for decarbonization of industries and, hence, Industrial Decarbonization has gained prime importance on the national stage. The government has introduced stringent regulations on carbon emission like CBAM, mandatory reporting of emission which are now in place. Accordingly, a number of corporate and MSME sector companies are targeting net zero. We endeavour to supports this national movement of decarbonization by providing services to help industries to achieve their net zero targets.



Energy Audits

3835 M. U.

EE potential identified /supported/assisted


Capacity Building Workshops


Capacity Building Workshops

Distributed Renewable Energy

The Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) Practice offers services across multiple facets of the Energy industry such as Policy Regulatory domain, techno-commercial expertise to evaluate major investments, Process Digitisation and Capacity Building. We have worked with central agencies such as Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and Forum of Regulators (FOR) while also providing support to not only state agencies such as State Electricity Regulatory Commission, but also distribution utilities and State Nodal agencies of more than twenty states in creating an enabling framework for large scale deployment of DRE technologies in the country. The DRE team has skill and experience in various DRE technologies such as solar (both grid-connected and off-grid), small wind, small hydro, battery energy storage, municipal solid waste, and electric vehicles.


450 MW

Demand Aggregation (MSMEs, Government Buildings)

1050 MW

Bid Process Management Support for Rooftop Solar PV


Due Diligence of Solar

100 MW

Due Diligence of Solar

Electricity Market and Regulations

We offer advisory services to government agencies, Electricity Regulatory Commissions, distribution and transmission utilities, donor agencies, and Renewable Energy (RE) developers in the matters of policy and regulatory issues, formulating regulations, determining tariff, filing petition before State Electricity Regulatory Commissions (SERCs), developing regulatory frameworks for Electricity Market development, and process support.



States supported in developing RE Regulations

15 +

Supported SERCs for Distribution Tariff Orders

4000 MW

Supported SERCs for Trans/Gen/Dist Orders

27 +

Supported SERCs for Trans/Gen/Dist Orders

Our Mission

Our mission is to enable a carbon minimal world through our products and services.

Our Mission

Our mission is to enable a carbon minimal world through our products and services.

Least Cost Pathway for Power Sector Investments for the states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Rajasthan through 2030

Between 2015 and 2021, India's Renewable Energy (RE) capacity more than doubled from 40 GW to 100 GW, supplying nearly 10% of the total electricity generated in the fiscal year 2021. India has set a target of achieving 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity by 2030. With increasing RE penetration, it is important to analyse optimal flexibility requirements to ensure grid stability and reliability. Considering this context, Idam Infra, in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), has conducted a study to analyse the Least Cost Pathway for Power Sector Investments for four states, namely Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan...

Offshore Wind (OSW) Developments in Tamil Nadu, India

The coffee table booklet on Offshore Wind (OSW) Developments in Tamil Nadu, India, offers an overview of the Indian OSW sector with a focus on the state of Tamil Nadu.   The report draws attention to the OSW potential of the coast of Tamil Nadu and the steps taken to facilitate its development by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. For more information, please visit: Coffee-Table-Booklet-Off-shore-wind_Tamil Nadu

Repowering of Old Wind Turbines in India

The Government of India's Renewable Energy target of 175 gigawatts (GW) has led to an unprecedented capacity addition in recent years. In the case of wind energy, the Government has not only set a target of 60 GW but has also initiated competitive bidding resulting in a significant decrease in the cost of energy. Owing to this initiative, India has successfully achieved 71 GW of Renewable Energy capacity as of 30th June 2018. For the effective utilisation of wind resources, it is necessary to utilise wind potential at these sites. Thus, the replacement of old wind turbines or 'repowering' assumes...

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