The FY (Fiscal Year) 2015-16 is turning out to be a phenomenal year for the Indian power sector with the record power (Renewable) capacity addition, power generation and even a record domestic coal production. The present government’s emphasis on improving the power situation of the nation is finally taking some shape, and the same is expected to continue in the near space. The power sector is expected to come out of the lull phase which would ensure better installed capacity realization and reduction in idle/ bad assets for the market participants. Maximum investments are likely to make its way via private channels across the three segments. In addition to this the Indian power sector is likely to draw investments from new avenues like middle –east. It is pertinent to note that the power sector is expecting an investment of close to USD 228.75 billion by the end of 12th FYP of which private sector contribution would be 60%.
Key Queries Resolved
- Power Market scenario.
- Active tenders in power markets.
- What was the volume trade by states ?
- What is the market size & potential of power market in India ?
- Status of REC’s
- Status of RPO in each states.
- What is the existing and upcoming renewable capacity inn India ?
- State wise discoms financials
- AT&C losses in each state
- What is the power distribution scenario in India ?
- Who are the best technological solution providers for developing power projects in India ?
- What are key regions and their attractiveness indices for developing Generation & Transmission projects in India?
- Power market in India
- Analyzing existing install capacity
- Demand supply gap / Demand – Deficit situation
- Power scenario in different states in India.
Business case for power generation, transmission, distribution and power trading facet
- The recent additions made in the power generation capacity of renewable sources holds strong grounds for optimistic business case
- Two-fold growth seen in the renewable power capacity addition from 3.6 GW in FY’2013-14 to 7 GW in FY’2015-16
- Matching the pace of urban living standard and the infrastructure needs, India will require large amount of base load power at least till 2030-35, that shall be coal driven
- Open Access is fast gaining ground as the ease of business involved for developers and buyers are extremely favorable cutting down on risks involved for long-term transactions with discoms
- USD 100 Billion of investment pool for upcoming renewable energy projects in India till 2022
- Benefits widely available to state transmission utilities and private transmission utilities to felicitate the open access mechanism
- INR 1184.45 crores of funds on platter for power transmission projects in India till 2020
- Since solar and wind generation is erratic, the utility can source power from them as per availability and supply to consumers as per their needs 24×7.
- Reduction in green energy tariff by a quantum of 15-20% through this mechanism with respect to distribution utilities tariff