With India, being tagged as one of the fastest growing economies of the world, the need for infrastructural growth shall also be on a high. Courtesy this the country shall witness rapid growth in terms of power capacity addition. Although, there has been a paradigm shift in terms of the power generation mix of the country with impetus being on renewable capacities. Having said that, India looks poised to cross the 400 GW mark in FY’2022 meaning heavy transition from current inter-regional transmission capacity of 75 GW. Subsequently, the capacity addition in transmission sector capability expansion opens up huge opportunity galore not only in securing the inter & intra regional connectivity but also establishing green corridors and sufficient sub stations capacities coupled with enhanced transformation.
Key Queries Resolved
- What would be the market size & business potential for players in Indian power transmission segment ?
- What measures to be undertaken for upgradation of existing and upcoming transmission lines ?
- What are the targeted plans for power trading by 2022 for STOA/MTOA/LTOA ?
- What are the key challenges to be addressed for felicitating open access and power trading ?
- What are the lost capacities in terms of “MW” and revenue due to transmission bottleneck ?
- What would be the transmission capacity growth rate track for thermal power plants & estimating the deficiency track ?
- What would be the transmission capacity growth rate track for solar power plants & estimating the deficiency track ?
- What would be the transmission capacity growth rate track for wind power plants & estimating the deficiency track ?
- What would be the growth in inter regional transmission capacity till 2022 ?
- What would be the growth track of substations and HVDC terminals till 2022 ?
Business Case For Transmission Sector In India
- Central government has accelerated the development power transmission networks
- The Indian government is looking to unleash investment opportunity of nearly INR 1 lakh crores for the sector
- Long term development plan of 20 years to be imbibed for enhancing the transmission networks in India
- Bidding route gaining grounds , encouraging increased private participation
- INR 4697 crores is the opportunity tune for upcoming transmission projects under Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TCB) route
- Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Rajasthan , Madhya Pradesh & Haryana would offer power transmission projects through bidding route which forms the part of their “24×7 Power to All” Plans
- Benefits widely available to state transmission utilities and private transmission utilities to felicitate the open access mechanism