Gujarat’s Industrial Infrastructure
Support Infrastructure: Power
- Gujarat is projected to become a power surplus state by assuring high quality power supply
- Gujarat has installed capacity of MW
- Private sector in Gujarat contributes % of installed capacity
- Renewable energy sector to be the next big focus: current installed capacity of wind power is MW and is expected to reach MW by . The state has proposed to have installed capacity of MW of solar power by
- Transmission losses in were %, amongst the lowest in the country.
- All the villages of Gujarat have hour power supply
Support Infrastructure: Ports
- Longest coastline in the country – km
- Major and minor ports, Container terminals and LNG terminals
- In , Gujarat ports handled % of total cargo handled by Indian ports. Minor ports of Gujarat handled % of the cargo handled by all minor ports of India.
- Major commodities handled at Gujarat ports are Crude Oil and Petroleum-Oil–Lubricants (POL) (%), Cement & Coal ( % share each), Food grains, Edible oils, Timber and Steel pipes etc.
- Gujarat aims to capture over of the northwest hinterland traffic from the present % by .
Support Infrastructure: Gas
- Accounts for % gas consumption in the country
- Only state to have an Integrated State Wide Gas Grid – on Open Access Common Carrier basis
- kms of gas grid is in operation. Another kms to be commissioned by .
- Only state in the country to have two LNG terminals (viz. Dahej & Hazira)
- State owned company, Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (GSPC) owns rich gas reserves in the KG Basin
Support Infrastructure: Environment
- Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal Sites (Vatva, Naroda, Nandesari, Ankleshwar, Surat, Vapi (ISO Certified)
- Incinerators for hazardous industrial waste (Nandesari, Ankleshwar, Surat, Vapi)
- Treated effluent conveyance pipelines (Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Dahej, Ankleshwar, Sachin, Sarigam)
- Common Effluent Treatment Plants
- Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre