enincon’s wind energy practice has experience across the entire wind supply chain. The Indian as well as global wind market has experienced reduced growth in recent times. Our well qualified consultants assist stakeholders across the supply chain who face numerous challenges, including suppressed wind power demand, reduced profit margins, and increased competition from both within and outside the wind industry. Through our dedicated research and advisory services we assist the OEMs, government bodies, research & development companies, project consultants, epc contractors and investors etc.
Project Developers : Lack of robust data on projects & their feasibility, Better pre-feasibility assessment and DPR preparation,Unavailability of benchmarks in operations, Lack of demand pocket identification for power sale, Improper parametric analysis for discoms, Mapping best turn-key solution providers etc.
Government & Regulatory Bodies : Improper impact assessment of likely policy and regulations, Inadequate feed from market to carve out niche policies for benefit of the solar sector, Exact estimations of major issues in the sector missing viz. size and capacity of wind turbines as per wind power density etc.
Power Off-Takers : Lack of reports which gives low down on sealing PPA’s with most reliable project developers, No demand pocket identification for highest revenue realization through power sale, Unreliable information on OA and power trading, Lack of inputs on benefits of REC markets and estimating the repercussions of solar capacity enhancements, Lack of authentic trends and outlook data etc.
OEM’s & Vendors : No low down on market competition and ideal strategy to compete with giants for new entrants, Unreliable assessment of market potential for all genre of players whether large/small, No input on vendor data, indigenous market base and opportunities in other segments for a Wind OEM service provider.
Financing Bodies : Unreliable estimates for creditworthiness of project developers, Unavailability of financial performances of the live projects, Lack of PPA status for FI’s to judge bank-ability of wind power project, Improper input on best RoI projects etc
EPC Contractors : No detailed input on state/project developer wise wind upcoming capacity, Lack of bid intelligence services and knowledge of upcoming bids and their details, No clarity on project award status, No mechanism to asses future market potential & growth etc
enincon llp provides integrated comprehensive business solution to above highlighted issues of all stake holders through its detailed portfolio of Client Services.
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Since falling PLFs of thermal power plants in the current scenario raise a serious concern over maintaining the power demand-supply equilibrium of the country, especially addressing peak power requirements. There exists a strong business case for the renewable energy sources (RES) in India. For clearing all the myths and presenting a clear picture of what would be the likely fate of all renewable energy sources (solar, wind, biomass and small hydro) in India, enincon consulting llp attempts to come up with a research study on the future outlook of non-conventional sector in India and associated opportunity tune for the related value chain players.
Country Wise Track of Forthcoming Oil & Gas Projects, Thermal Power Plant Projects, Power Transmission Projects, Wind Power Projects, Solar Power Projects, Transportation and Logistics Projects
India is on the verge to witness a major transformation not only in terms of its social stature but in economic repute too. With correct measures taken into the right directions, India seems moving forward to take a centrifugal position in many areas of international affairs. Energy and infrastructure development is one such avenue in India that has already created its own space on the international podium and is gaining limelight from many of the global repute companies, courtesy which the Indian energy & infrastructure segment is anticipated to become a US Dollar Trillion market by FY’ 2020-21.
With no time, the RES industry in India has gain momentum by enrooting serious flow of funds of above USD 20 Billion from domestic as well as global market till the last fiscal (FY’2015-16). It is pertinent to note that during 2015, India was ranked among the top 5 developing countries of the world for highly investing into RES, courtesy the flow funds into the solar facet. The initiatives taken by the Indian government to push the solar industry has really worked well in pulling more than decent investments into the domain.
Renewable Energy Sector in India poised for remarkable growth with massive investment opportunity worth USD 250 Billion in store.To meet the ever growing energy demand of the country the Government of India has set targets which will take the total renewable capacity to almost 175 GW by the end of 2022. This includes 60 GW from wind power, 100 GW from solar power, 10 GW from biomass power and 5 GW from small hydro power.Moving in sync with the government at center for making India a hub for renewable energy, states too are putting dedicated efforts for up beating the renewable energy market in the country especially in solar.
Enincon uncover the opportunity in wind sector in india and come up with Report ‘Offshore Wind Power in India – Unleashing Oceans of Opportunities’ as a part of ‘Fact Factor Report Series on Indian Wind sector’. The report has been prepared to cater the long standing need of wind sector professionals by providing them with quality information and analytis.
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