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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.
With fresh order due to come only from CPSUs or the respective SEBs, the opportunity stands limited for the key value chain players. Following this scenario, modernizing the infrastructure, presence huge opportunity even if we consider 11 GW out of 40 GW of capacity. However, challenges are intermittent like land area availability and inclusive R&R implications , the capex in modernization , potential fuel supply security and obviously the power off take.
Determining business case for the domestic & international OEMs , tracking degree of competition & way out for sustenance
India’s current installed capacity of 315 GW has still a fair share of thermal power plants based on coal which accounts for sufficing the base load of the country. Although, India is cognitive of the global trend of gradually wishing away with polluting source of coal based electricity generation , but completely stripping of these capacities shall not be possible for one of the fastest growing economies of the world. Given, the estimate even if we consider India to grow by a normative 7% as an economy, the need of growth in infrastructural development shall also be of the same order. Hence, despite country’s Paris commitment to reduce carbon influx, India has to be dependent on coal till 2030 for meeting of its consistent base load .
Tracking Segment Wise Business Prospects for Value Chain Players
As far as India is concerned an evaluation of just gone by 11th plan depicts that it has been an inflection point in “Infrastructure Investments”, with contributions of up to 9 percent from India’s GDP. The 12th plan is also replicating a similar trend with an envisaged investment of approximately USD 1 trillion, which means contributions of up to 10 percent of India’s GDP. The sectors which are expected to have massive investments include oil & gas sector, power sector, metals & mining sector and telecom sector. Thus, this mammoth and fast build out of industrial and plant infrastructure demonstrates the need of a robust and growing engineering, procurement and construction services industry for spreading and management of risks, efficiency and productivity in engineering and construction and supplementing the management bandwidth of project developers.
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.
In what could be termed as a remarkable growth for power generation in India, with about 88.5 GW of capacity addition targeted for the 12th FYP, about 97% of it has already been achieved as on May 2016 and the remaining 3% likely to be commissioned soon.