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Balance of Plant (BoP) Equipment Market Dynamics and Outlook for Thermal Power Plants in India – 2017

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By 2020 enincon believes that thermal power is destined to roll back into generation mix of the country and in all possibilities fresh UMPPs which have hit a road block may witness announcements sooner than later. Hence, preparedness for OEMs shall be of pinnacle importance which will be discovered through an in-depth research in this dossier. Queries like what be the region wise business case for BoP players, opportunity in terms of replacing the old thermal units, futuristic market size for BoP package wise OEMs and many more apart from the mentioned will find answers in this collective and holistic market research.

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DOP: May, 2017 Sector: Geography:

In India, currently over 68.5 GW of thermal power plant is under construction of which 25% i.e. close to 17
GWs comes from states, 42% i.e. 28.5 GWs comes from IPPs (private developers) and the rest 33% i.e. 23GW
comes from central sector , which is likely to see commissioning by FY’2022. Given the fact that this 68 GW
capacity shall be commissioned in a phased manner the tune of BoP opportunity appears to be massive with
requirement of BoP equipments like CHP, AHP, cooling towers, ESP, chimneys and electrical switchyard
system etc. shall be indeed of interest for both the integrated service provider or the split contractor. Also,
under the current pretext post CoP 21 summit in Paris, the obligation of India to reduce carbon emissions have
triggered the need for enhanced technology to control upon the same.

Key Queries Addressed

  • What would be the opportunity for BoP players in terms of modernization/replacing of ageing thermal
  • What would be the consumer category wise market size for BoP equipments in India ?
  • What would be the region wise breakup of BoP equipments in India ?
  • What would be upcoming market size for ash handling & coal handling systems in India till 2022 ?
  • What would be the market size for plant electrical systems, transformers, HT, LT switchgears & bus ducts etc in India till 2022 ?
  • What would be the market size for cooling towers & chimneys , reservoir & intake systems in India till 2022 ?

Contents and Coverage

  • Market Structure of power generation equipment manufacturing in India
  • Key Drivers and restraints for Balance of Plant (BoP) equipment market in India
  • Factorial Analysis Determining Market Size of Balance of Plant Equipments in India
  • Player Wise Analysis of BoP market share in India , Examining both domestic and foreign origin players
  • Future outlook of BoP mechanical package in India till 2022
  • Future outlook of BoP electrical , control & instrumentation package in India till 2022
  • Future outlook of BoP civil works package in India till 2022
  • Competitive benchmarking analysis of BoP equipment manufacturers in India
  • Swot Analysis and Profiling of Key Players in the India BoP segment

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USPs associated with the report are as follows:

  • First hand sector knowledge and inputs
  • Primary research inputs from F2F interviews with domain experts
  • Experts insights and market reviews taken into consideration
  • Validated data and analysis
  • Opportunity mapping and market sizing
  • Germinates from minds that think fresh to evolve path finding guide for all stake holders through quality information and analysis
  • Free query handling and analyst support for three months from the date of report procurement

Key Highlights:

  • Understanding the market structure for balance of plant equipment market in India
  • Examining the upcoming supercritical capacity wise business opportunity for balance of plant equipment manufacturers/suppliers
  • Detailed study and competition tracking of the BoP players in the Indian market basis quality indexation , price variance & post sales services etc
  • Detailed state wise study on the upcoming thermal power plants and the business case projections for the BoP players
  • Filtering best states in terms for underlying market opportunities for BoP facet

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