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Examining and Harnessing Opportunities under Transportation Projects – Roads & Highways, Power, Railways, MRTS, Airports, Ports, Irrigation, Education and Healthcare Segment in India
Of all the sectors within infrastructure, transport has received the highest sum in the 2017–18 budget — US$35 billion — much of it aimed at improving safety, cleanliness and comfort for rail passengers. Among the top priorities are a passenger safety fund, an end to unmanned level crossings on broad gauge lines, solar power for more than 7000 railway stations, bio-toilets in all coaches, and an extensive station development and refurbishment plan, including access for differently-abled people through elevators and escalators.
Mapping Regulation, Identifying Key Regulatory Gaps and Estimating Opportunities for Value Chain Players in Power Sector of India
Deep thinking on various aspects of policy and regulatory interventions and their long-term implications will help in taking informed decisions and contribute in developing the sector. Hence, for enabling the stakeholders to better understand the existing policy offering of the states for solar, wind, small hydro , biomass and thermal power segment , enincon has attempted to come with a fact pack on regulatory regime. The report is framed to study the power sector policies of major states in the northern, southern, western & eastern regions and to determine their impact on state’s overall power sector growth till FY 2022. The report also aims to find out the underlying investment opportunity & business potential in the states from conventional & RE power generation till FY 2022.
Scaling Opportunities in Off-Grid & Decentralized Rooftop Applications
We at enincon consulting llp under our consistent endeavour delve deep to unearth the absolute value preposition of a designate market with intermittent opportunities and barriers to evolve correct and absolute guide for effective business decisions related to the likes of solar rooftop in India. Our analysts have attempted to design different scenarios and asses the opportunities which solar rooftop brings in terms of savings and T&D losses, land costing’s , storage loss levels and obviously lowered congestion in power transmission systems.
Opportunity in Open Access Transaction and Short Term Power Purchase Agreements for Developers, Consumers and Traders in Solar Power Business of India
Which region is most suitable for affecting the open access transactions through solar having the largest cluster of industries, corporates and bulk consumers? Which state has least regulatory barriers or least cross-subsidy surcharge (CSS) applicable to bulk buyers? Whether the tariff discovered in third-party power sales agreements sustainable for long-term i.e. for a period of 10-15 years? What kind of transactions i.e. Bilateral or Collective transactions are favorable through solar? What is the penetration level of short term transactions through solar in different pockets of the country? Queries like these and many more demanded an in-depth research to unearth the very reason as to why essentially open access is fast gaining popularity in India, which transformed into the research base for the report for enincon consulting llp.
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.
Tracking Solar Tariff Trends and Future Movements
With an upbeat scenario across the globe for renewables, in particular for solar, in India too solar is gaining its lost sheen. As a matter of fact, the country seems optimistic to make the entire renewable portfolio solar driven. The massive targeted capacity of 100GW, which the government of India has aimed to be achieved by 2022, bears a testimony to the fact. With an estimated share of 57%, it could be safe to assume that solar energy in India is poised to play a role reversal in the renewable mix and that too, soon.
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.
With rising pro renewable sentiments across the globe, India opines no different in unfurling it’s significant RE potential courtesy the proximity to equator for solar power development and massive exploits available in terms of SHP, Wind and Biomass etc. Project development. With an upbeat scenario for RE in particular for solar, India looks poised to achieve big in terms of capacity additions by scaling up from currently a meager , 3GW in 2015 to a colossal 100GW by 2022. What lies in the core of the fact is the intent of GoI to crown solar power on the throne country’s RE capacity courtesy the continuous decline in the development cost coupled with “Make in India” initiative which further would be a hallmark in terms of scaling down the cost of equipment making the energy from sun more competitive with fossil based generation.