Captive Power Plants in India 2016-17: Opportunity Tracker for Value Chain Players

Report Code: EPOW-R-17-101 | Page Numbers: 500

The business case for captive power plant is growing stronger with the realms of small & mid-size industry clutters mushrooming on pan India basis. Interestingly, the business cases for captive power generation has consistently garnered momentum since the very concept got introduced in India post 2003 or better say post application of EA, 2003. Though, captive power generation in India can't be termed as disruptive however it certainly has elevated itself to the genres of being one with the kind of capacities added on yearly basis which is nearing a hallmark figure of 50 GW in terms of installed capacity for the country. In India the woes of power distribution utilities are well known, coupled with cross-subsidy structure followed in most of the states of the country the quest for reliable as well affordable power for the commercial & industrial users seems never ending. This scenario when united with increasing gorge of power demand-supply gap has provided the necessary fillip which has led to prolific growth of captive power generation in India.

Enincon consulting llp took note from various clients who prompted us to focus on such market research which not only focuses on thermal power projects in India but deeply ensembles the architecture of captive power generat...

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The business case for captive power plant is growing stronger with the realms of small & mid-size industry clutters mushrooming on pan India basis. Interestingly, the business cases for captive power generation has consistently garnered momentum since the very concept got introduced in India post 2003 or better say post application of EA, 2003. Though, captive power generation in India can't be termed as disruptive however it certainly has elevated itself to the genres of being one with the kind of capacities added on yearly basis which is nearing a hallmark figure of 50 GW in terms of installed capacity for the country. In India the woes of power distribution utilities are well known, coupled with cross-subsidy structure followed in most of the states of the country the quest for reliable as well affordable power for the commercial & industrial users seems never ending. This scenario when united with increasing gorge of power demand-supply gap has provided the necessary fillip which has led to prolific growth of captive power generation in India.

Enincon consulting llp took note from various clients who prompted us to focus on such market research which not only focuses on thermal power projects in India but deeply ensembles the architecture of captive power generation business and the tied-up opportunities. By the means of our report ? Captive Power Plants in India 2016-17: Opportunity Tracker for Value Chain Players, a galore of opportunities is being presented for allied value chain players which has not been tracked so far and transformed in the form of a quality dossier.
Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Opportunity Tracker for Captive
Power Project (CPP) Developers in India

1.1 Capacity Wise Opportunity Track for CPP
Developers (In MW)

1.2 Opportunity in terms of Savings on Electricity (In
INR)

1.3 Opportunity in terms of Power Sale to Grid
1.4 Opportunity in terms of Power Trading
1.5 Opportunity in terms of O/A Utilization
Chapter 2: Opportunity Tracker for Equipment
Suppliers & Vendors

2.1 Market Size in MW
2.2 Market Size in INR
2.3 State Wise Track of Market Size for Equipment
Suppliers and Vendors

2.4 Source Wise Track (Source of Generation Wise)
2.5 Fuel Wise Track
2.6 Main Plant Equipment Wise Opportunity
2.7 Balance of Plant Equipment Wise Opportunity
Chapter 3: Opportunity Tracker for Contractors
and Service Providers

3.1 Market Size in INR
3.2 State Wise Track of Market Size for
Contractors and Service Providers

3.3 O&M Opportunity Track
3.4 Contract Type Wise Opportunity
Chapter 4: Opportunity Tracker for Power
Distribution Companies

4.1 Capacity Wise Opportunity
4.2 Scenario Wise Opportunity
4.3 Opportunity in terms of Addressing Peak
Challenge

4.4 Utilizing Open Access
4.5 Opportunity in New Distribution Network
4.6 Savings on Short-term Contractors
Chapter 5: Opportunity Tracker for Power
Traders

5.1 Available Capacity as per Scenarios (In MW)
a. BAU Scenario
The business case for captive power plant is growing stronger with the realms of small & mid-size industry clutters mushrooming on pan India basis. Interestingly, the business cases for captive power generation has consistently garnered momentum since the very concept got introduced in India post 2003 or better say post application of EA, 2003. Though, captive power generation in India can't be termed as disruptive however it certainly has elevated itself to the genres of being one with the kind of capacities added on yearly basis which is nearing a hallmark figure of 50 GW in terms of installed capacity for the country. In India the woes of power distribution utilities are well known, coupled with cross-subsidy structure followed in most of the states of the country the quest for reliable as well affordable power for the commercial & industrial users seems never ending. This scenario when united with increasing gorge of power demand-supply gap has provided the necessary fillip which has led to prolific growth of captive power generation in India.

Enincon consulting llp took note from various clients who prompted us to focus on such market research which not only focuses on thermal power projects in India but deeply ensembles the architecture of captive power generation business and the tied-up opportunities. By the means of our report ? Captive Power Plants in India 2016-17: Opportunity Tracker for Value Chain Players, a galore of opportunities is being presented for allied value chain players which has not been tracked so far and transformed in the form of a quality dossier.

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