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Table 4 The power supply status in the country from 2009–2010 to 2017–2018 [33]

From: Renewable energy for sustainable development in India: current status, future prospects, challenges, employment, and investment opportunities

YearEnergyPeak
RequirementAvailabilitySurplus(+)/Deficits(−)Peak DemandPeak MetSurplus(+)/Deficits(−)
(GWh)GWh)(GWh)(%)(MW)(MW)(MW)(%)
2009–2010830,594746,644− 83,950− 10.11119,166104009− 15,157− 12.72
2010–2011861,591788,355− 73,236− 8.50122,287110256− 12,031− 9.84
2011–2012937,199857,886− 79,313− 8.46130,006116,191− 13,815− 10.63
2012–2013998,114911,209− 86,905− 8.71135,453123,294− 12,159− 8.98
2013–20141,002,257959,829− 42,428− 4.23135,918129,815− 6103− 4.49
2014–20151,067,0851,028,955− 38,130− 3.60148,166141,160− 7006− 4.70
2015–20161,114,4081,090,850− 23,558− 2.10153,366148,463− 4903− 3.20
2016–20171,142,9281,135,332− 7596− 0.66159,542156,934− 2608− 1.63
2017–20181,212,1341,203,567− 8.567− 0.7164,066160,752− 3314− 2.0
2018–2019 (31.10.2018)769,399764,627− 4773− 0.6177,022175,528− 1494− 0.8