Decommissioning Thermal Power Plants in India

Decommissioning Thermal Power Plants in India Evaluating New Industry Segment & Estimating USD 5 Billion Opportunity

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Decommissioning Thermal Power Plants in India Evaluating New Industry Segment & Estimating USD 5 Billion Opportunity

the coal requirement in order to continue generation for such plants increases by huge quantum which means the cost of operations being on rise consistently and the return is limited. This means dismantling such power plants and utilizing the same land area for creating fresh capacities by utilizing super critical/ultra-super critical technology would make more sense in order to support less polluting thermal generation with better efficiencies. Facilitating decommissioning services requires in depth acumen which is quintessential to firstly dismantle the thermal power plants and secondly utilizing the defunct units scrap to obtain the salvage value. This in itself will open up a new industry segment in the country which demands better understanding of the opportunities involved and a yard stick to measure them on both , integrated basis as well as on bifurcated terms across for each state.

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Dismantling business in India augurs well for the service providers in the current pretext wherein about half of the country’s thermal power plants are aging and exceed 25 years of useful plant life. This means collectively almost 30% of the country’s installed capacity is up for dismantling and a good proportion of these power plants are fast approaching 40 years beyond which operating such power plants would not make any business case for the operators. Infact, 188 thermal power plants of the total 396 thermal power plants in the country are more than 25 years old. The business case for such power plants to be dismantled arises due to the fact that the efficiency of such power plants decrease in the levels of close to 40% of their prime operations.

Key Queries Resolved

  • What would be the typical cost matrix and salvage value for decommissioning of thermal power plants ?
  • What would be the opportunity for turnkey solution providers under decommissioning services ?
  • What would be the opportunity track for equipment suppliers in chimney demolition ?
  • What would be the opportunity track for equipment suppliers in demolition of boiler house ?
  • What would be business potential for players in industrial dismantling ?
  • What would be the business case for financially weak SEBs ?
  • What would be the salvage gains for private players ?
  • What would be the recovery gains to the players from recycling and sale of scrap ?

Contents and Coverage

  • Business Case Evaluation for Decommissioning thermal power plants in India
  • Opportunity track for turnkey solution provider under decommissioning services
  • Opportunity track for equipment service providers
  • Opportunity track for state electricity boards
  • Opportunity track for NTPC
  • Opportunity track for private players
  • Opportunity track for financial institutions/banks
  • Opportunity for railways
  • Opportunity from dismantled power plant assets

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  • 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:

  • Project track for likely thermal power plants getting / seeking replacement
  • Information on total order value (In USD / INR) , duration of scrapping the plant , likely area of recycling property, likely amount of RCC in tonnes , height of chimney , boiler house height and much more coverage on the power plant getting recycled – to be a part of project database
  • Examining opportunity for banks / financing institutions in terms of reducing balance sheets/outlay stress
  • Tracking potential gains in asset transfer to the like of NTPC
  • Potential gains in asset transfer to the likes of private power developers
  • Business case evaluation for NTPC and SEBs via tracking decommissioning of their assets

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