Power Scenario in India 2016 - State Wise Tracks

Report Code: EPOW-R-17-103 | Page Numbers: 500

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%....

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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%.
1. Executive Summary
2. Power Sector in India: An Overview
2.1 Power Scenario in India and Comparison at Global Platform
2.2 Power Generation Sector in India: Tracking Trends in Capacity
Addition and Future Outlook
2.3 Power Transmission Sector in India: Tracking Trends in Capacity
Addition and Future Outlook
2.4 Power Distribution Sector in India: Tracking Trends in Capacity
Addition and Future Outlook
2.5 Renewable Energy Sector in India: Making India a "Solar Hub?
and Way Forward for other RE Sources
2.6 Power Trading in India
2.7 Investments in Power Sector in India : Tracking Trends and Future
Outlook
2.8 Track of Policy & Regulatory Landscape in Indian Power Sector
2.9 Challenges & Way Ahead for Indian Power Sector
3. Power Scenario Track- Delhi
3.1 Power Scenario in Delhi: An Overview
3.2 Power Demand- Supply Scenario: Tracking Trends and
Future Estimations
3.3 Existing Power Installed Capacity and Forecasts for Additions
. Analyzing Trends in Thermal Power Capacity
. Analyzing Trends in Renewable Power Capacity
3.4 Analyzing Existing Power Transmission Infra :PGCIL - STU - Private
3.5 Upcoming Power Transmission Projects: PGCIL - STU - Private
3.6 Power Distribution Scenario of the State : Discom Wise Status
3.7 Trends in T&D Losses and Likely Benefits from UDAY
3.8 Power Market Scenario of the State: Tracking Power Trading Volume
3.9 Status of RECs and RPOs
4. Power Scenario Track- Uttar Pradesh
4.1 Power Scenario in Uttar Pradesh: An Overview
4.2 Power Demand- Supply Scenario: Tracking Trends and
Future Estimations
4.3 Existing Power Installed Capacity and Forecasts for Additions
. Analyzing Trends in Thermal Power Capacity
. Analyzing Trends in Renewable Power Capacity
4.4 Analyzing Existing Power Transmission Infra :PGCIL - STU - Private
4.5 Upcoming Power Transmission Projects: PGCIL - STU - Private
4.6 Power Distribution Scenario of the State : Discom Wise Status
4.7 Trends in T&D Losses and Likely Benefits from UDAY
4.8 Power Market Scenario of the State: Tracking Power Trading Volume
4.9 Status of RECs and RPOs
5. Power Scenario Track- Haryana
5.1 Power Scenario in Haryana: An Overview
5.2 Power Demand- Supply Scenario: Tracking Trends and
Future Estimations
5.3 Existing Power Installed Capacity and Forecasts for Additions
. Analyzing Trends in Thermal Power Capacity
. Analyzing Trends in Renewable Power Capacity
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%.

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