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Indian Power Sector

  • Publication Date:May 2010
  • Publisher:Cygnus Research
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:210

Indian Power Sector

India Has The Fifth Largest Generation Capacity in The World with An over All Installed Capacity of 159,398.50 Mw as on 31 March 2010, Which Is about 4% of Global Power Generation. The Indian Government Has Set Ambitious Goals in The 11th Plan for Power Sector on Account of Which Is Poised for Significant Expansion. in Order to Facilitate over 1,000 Units of per Capita Electricity by Year 2012, IT Has Been Estimated That Need-Based Capacity Addition of More than 100,000 Mw Would Be Required. This Has LED to Massive Plans Being Proposed in The Sub-Sectors of Generation, Transmission and Distribution. Thermal Generation in 11th Five Year Plan Requires Total Funding of Rs2,984 Billion for Building up Power Plants. The Current Installed Transmission Capacity Is Not More than 13% of The Total Installed Generation Capacity (20,721.81 Mw). with Focus on Increasing Generation Capacity over The next Ten Years, The Corresponding Investments in The Transmission Sector Are Also Likely to Enhance. The Ministry of Power Intends to Set up An Integrated National Power Grid in The Country by 2012 with Approximately 200,000mw Generation Capacities and 37,700 Mw of Inter-Regional Power Transfer Capacity.

In The Backdrop of above Scenario of Massive Investments Required to Cover up Demand Supply Mismatch in Power Cygnus Business Consulting & Research Has Come out with A Report on Power Sector in India. The Report Comprises of 11 Chapters; First Chapter Discusses The Overall Scenario in Generation, Transmission and Distribution and Major Sector Wise Consumption. Second Chapter Provides A Comprehensive Scenario of All Segments of Power Followed by Other Chapters like Transmission and Distribution, Demand for Power, Growth Drivers, Major Players in Generation, Transmission and Distribution. Regulations/Policies, Issues and Challenges, Critical Success Factors and Future Outlook Chapters Are Provided in The Report to Make The Report A Complete One for Understanding The Current Scenario and Emerging Growth Opportunities.

The Report Will Be Useful for Industry Researchers, Power Equipment Manufacturers, Advisory Firms in The Power Sector, Global Investors Looking at India in Terms of Future Investments to Compensate Power Deficit Status and above All Global Manufacturing Companies Intending for Setting up Manufacturing Units in India May Be Also Benefited by This Report to Understand The Current Power Scenario and Future Status of The Availability of Power.

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  • Executive Summaryhighlights
  • 1. Overview
    • 1.1 Introduction
    • 1.2 Generation
    • 1.3 Transmission
    • 1.4 Distribution
    • 1.5 Consumption
  • 2. Segments in Power Generation
    • 2.1 Thermal
    • 2.2 Hydro
    • 2.3 Nuclear
    • 2.4 Wind
    • 2.5 Solar
    • 2.6 Growth of Solar Thermal Technologies
    • 2.7 Pv Systems
    • 2.8 Biomass
    • 2.7 Emerging Trends in Technology
  • 3. Transmission and Distribution
    • 3.1 Overview of Current Status
    • 3.2 Distribution
    • 3.3 Investment Opportunities in Transmission and Distribution
    • 3.4 Future Outlook
  • 4. Demand for Power
  • 5. Growth Drivers
    • 5.1 High Economic Growth
    • 5.2 Peak Shortage of Demand and Supply
    • 5.3 Growth in Power Generation during 11th Plan Focus on Non-Renewable Source
    • 5.4 Capacity Addition during Manufacturing Growth
    • 5.5 Attracting Private Investment in Power
    • 5.6 Huge Untapped Renewable Sources
    • 5.7 Huge Fdi Inflow
    • 5.8 Government Fiscal Measures
  • 6. Major Players in Generationtransmission and Distribution
    • 6.1 Generationthermal Power Companies
    • 6.2 Nuclear Power Company
    • 6.3 Hydropower Companies
    • 6.4 Wind Power Companies
    • 6.5 Biomass Power Companies
    • 6.6 Power Transmission & Distribution
    • 6.7 Power Financing
    • 6.8 Power Equipment Manufacturers
  • 7. Regulations & Policies
    • 7.1 Electricity Act 2003
    • 7.2 Status of Power Sector Reforms
    • 7.3 Foreign Direct Investment Policy
    • 7.4 Income Tax Benefits
  • 8. Ultra Mega Power Projects
    • 8.1 Introduction
    • 8.2 Benefits of Umpps
    • 8.3 Current Status
    • 8.4 Issues & Challenges
    • 8.5 Future Outlook
  • 9. Issues & Challenges
    • 9.1 High Transmission & Distribution Losses
    • 9.2 Power Theft-biggest Threat to Industry
    • 9.3 Demand-Supply Mismatch Still Continues
    • 9.4 Regulatory Hurdles
    • 9.5 Global Participants in Power & Distribution Transformer Market
    • 9.6 Inadequate Generation and Transmission Capacity
    • 9.7 Quality of Supply and Maintenance of Grid Discipline
    • 9.8 Subsidised Price Inflicts Losses
    • 9.9 Price Hike in Transformer Raw Materials
    • 9.10 Acute Shortage of Fuel Supply
    • 9.11 Poor Quality of Coal and Ash Disposal
    • 9.12 Untapped Renewable Energy Sources
    • 9.13 Shortage of Power Equipments
  • 10. Critical Success Factors
    • 10.1 Generation
    • 10.2 Transmission & Distribution
  • 11. Future Outlookannexure
    • Annexure 1: Power Projects - Statutory & Non-Statutory Clearances
    • Annexure 2: Bibliography
    • Annexure 3: List of Abbreviations
    • Annexure 4: Power Map of India
    • Figure 1.1: Global Operational Model of Electricity Industry
    • Figure 1.2: Power Consuming Sectors
    • Figure 1.3: All India Electricity Sales Sector Wise
    • Figure 1.4: Trend in Power Consumption by Sector (2003-04 to 2007-08)
    • Figure 1.5: per Capita Consumption of Power (Kwh)
    • Figure 1.6: per Capita Consumption of Major Countries
    • Figure 2.1: Major Thermal Power Plants
    • Figure 2.2: Location Map for Various Hydro Power Projects under Nhpc
    • Figure 2.3: Capacities Planned to Be Added in 11th Five Year Plan
    • Figure 2.4: Capacities Planned to Be Added in 11th Five Year Plan
    • Figure 2.5: Components of Biomass Energy Potential
    • Figure 2.6: State Wise Biomass Potential
    • Figure 2.7: Sustainable Development via Renewablezero Carbon Emission Fuel
    • Figure 3.1: Trend of India's Transmission Lines
    • Figure 3.2: Share of Transmission Lines March 2010
    • Figure 3.3: India's T&d Losses
    • Figure 3.4: Funds Required for T&d 11th Five Year Plan
    • Figure 5.1: Trend of Components of Gdp
    • Figure 5.2: India Power Consumption and Peak Demand Deficit
    • Figure 5.3: Trend of Source Wise Power
    • Figure 5.4: Untapped Power (Mw) in India 2010,
    • Figure 5.5: Fdi in Power Industry
    • Figure 11.1: India Expected Power Generation Capacity till 2012
    • Figure 11.2: Fund Requirement for Power Sector
    • Figure 11.3: Sources of Fund to Be Raised11th Five Year Plan
    • Figure 11.4: Thermal Power Capacity by 2012
    • Figure 11.5: India Hydro Capacity 2012
    • Figure 11.6: State Wise Projects to Be Completed in 12th Plan
    • Figure 11.7: Fund Requirement in Hydro for 11th Plan and 12th Plan
    • Figure 11.8: Nuclear Power Plan 2012
    • Figure 11.9: Fund Requirement Nuclear Power12th Plan
    • Figure 11.10: Wind Energy Capacity 2013
    • Figure 11.11: India Transmission Network 2012
    • Figure 11.12: Transmission Addition Program
    • Table 1.1: Segment Wise Power Generation (Mw) as on March 312010
    • Table 1.2: Summary of Installed Capacity (Mw) as on March 312010
    • Table 1.3 Sector Wise and Ownership Capacity (Mw) as on March 312010
    • Table 2.1: Major Thermal Power Plants (to Be Read along with The Map Given above)
    • Table 2.2: Projects Executed from Sept 2007 to March 2010
    • Table 2.3: Thermal Units Included in Original 10th Plan but Slipping to 11th Plan
    • Table 2.4: Future Thermal Power Plants under 11th Five Year Plan
    • Table 2.5: Hydropower Generation Capacity (Mw) in 11th Plan (2007-12)
    • Table 2.6: Potential Hydropower Locations in India
    • Table 2.7: Hydel Units Commissioned during Fy08-Fy010
    • Table 2.8: Hydropower Projects Planned for 11th Plan (2007-12)
    • Table 2.9: Ongoing Hydroelectric Projects in 11th Plan (2007-12)
    • Table 2.10: Details Nuclear Power Plant
    • Table 2.11: Nuclear Power Plants under Construction
    • Table 2.12: Estimated Wind Power Potential in India
    • Table 2.13: Wind Turbine Technologies
    • Table 2.14: State Wise Share of Wind Energy (as on 30.9.2009)
    • Table 2.15: Major Wind Energy Projects Completed between 2007 and 2009
    • Table 2.16: Recently Completed Projects at A Glance: Wind Energy
    • Table 2.17: State-Wise Demonstration Wind Power Projects (as on 31 March 2009)
    • Table 2.18: Solar Photovoltaic Production Profile - Indian Scenario
    • Table 2.19: List of Grid Interactive Solar Photovoltaic Plants Installed in Recent past
    • Table 2.20: Proposed Applications for Investment in Solar Pv Manufacturing under The Semiconductor Policy
    • Table 2.21: Availability of Biomass Resources in India along with Their Coal Equivalent
    • Table 2.22: Energy Potential of Plantation Biomass
    • Table 2.23: Name of Major Projects Completed in Biomass
    • Table 2.24: List of Major Venture Capital Funds That Have Invested in Clean Energy
    • Table 2.25: Utilized and Unutilized Potential of Biomass Power in India
    • Table 3.1: Transmission Line Commissioned in 2009-10
    • Table 3.2: Sub Station Commissioned in 2009-10
    • Table 3.3: Details about Inter Regional Transmission Capacity
    • Table 3.4: State Wise T&d Losses March 2009 (Revised Estimates)
    • Table 3.5: State Wise at&c Losses March 2008
    • Table 4.1: Demand as per National Electricity Policy
    • Table 4.2: Demand as per National Electricity Policy
    • Table 6.1: Ntpc Projects in Operation
    • Table 6.2: Ntpc Projects under Implementation
    • Table 6.3: Nuclear Power Plants in Operation
    • Table 6.4: Npcil's Power Projects under Construction
    • Table 6.5: Nhpc's Power Projects under Operation (as on 31/07/2009)
    • Table 6.6: Nhpc's Power Projects under Construction (as on 31/07/2009)
    • Table 6.7: Nhpc's Power Projects Awaiting Clearance (as on 27/11/2009)
    • Table 6.8: Nhpc's Power Projects under Survey and Investigation Stage
    • Table 6.9: Deposit Turnkey Projects (as on 27/11/2009)
    • Table 6.10: Projects of Neepco in Operation
    • Table 6.11: Projects of Neepc under Construction
    • Table 6.12: DVC's Projects
    • Table 6.13: Capacity Addition of DVC in 2007
    • Table 6.14: Proposed Projects of DVC
    • Table 6.15: Project of Jpvl at A Glance
    • Table 6.16: Transmission Lines Approved by Power Grid Corporation of India in 2008 & 2009
    • Table 6.17: Sub Stations Approved by Power Grid Corporation of India in 2008 & 2009
    • Table 6.18: Generation Projects Executed in India by Reliance Energy
    • Table 6.19: Transmission Projects Executed in India by Reliance Energy
    • Table 6.20: Epc Projects Executed in India by Reliance Energy
    • Table 6.21: Epc Projects Executed Abroad by Reliance Energy
    • Table 6.22: Projects Executed in India by Tata Power
    • Table 6.23: Projects Executed Abroad by Tata Power
    • Table 6.24: Re-Powering/ Capacity Augmentation Projects in India by Tata Power
    • Table 6.25: Receiving Stations /Sub-Station Projects (in-House & Abroad) by Tata Power
    • Table 6.26: Transmission & Distribution Projects by Tata Power
    • Table 6.27: Power Plant Management/Operation by Tata Power
    • Table 6.28: Projects Funded by Pfc
    • Table 7.1: Status of Reforms in Different States
    • Table 8.1: Special Purpose Vehicles
    • Table 8.2: Allocation of Power to Umpp
    • Table 9.1: Demand-Supply Scenario of Power in India,
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