RNCOS’ "Indian Power Sector (2006)" report provides research and objective analysis of Indian Power Industry. This report helps clients to analyze the opportunities critical to the success of power sector in India. Government support, economic growth, market reforms etc remain the major market forces for Indian power industry.
Indian Power Sector Performance
This section covers the performance of Indian power sector in generating electricity. In Indian power sector, state government dominates the electricity generation followed by central government. The private sector has a small but growing presence in distribution and is making an entry into transmission. With the economic growth industrial sector consumption is rising to match with household sector.
- Western region accounts for largest share of installed power in India followed by northern region.
- Southern region dominates the RES (Renewable Energy Source) capacity accounting for 68.38% of total Renewable source capacity.
- Rising per capita electricity consumption due to strong economic growth & government reforms working as major driving forces.
- In thermal power, coal is dominant source for the electricity generation in India.
- High Transmission and Distribution Losses, Small Capital Outlay by Indian Distribution Equipment Players & Regulatory Complications are major obstacles before Indian power sector.
Key Issues and Facts Analyzed
- Market forces driving the industry & challenges faced by it.
- Major players in Indian power industry.
- What opportunities exist in Indian power industry?
- Detailed overview of Indian power sector at state level.
Key Players Analyzed
This section covers the key facts about major players currently operating in the Indian power sector such as National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited, Damodar Valley Corporation, Power Grid Corporation of India, Reliance Energy Limited and Tata Power.
Research Methodology Used
Information in this report has been sourced from namely Books, Newspapers, Trade Journals, and White papers, Industry portals, Government Agencies, Trade associations, Monitoring Industry News and developments, and through access to more than 3000 paid databases.
Analysis methods used include: Ratio Analysis, Historical Trend Analysis, Judgmental Forecasting and Cause and Effect Analysis.