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78411277 Copy of IEEMA Report

78411277 Copy of IEEMA Report

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PwC
IEEMAElectrical equipments -Demandassessment*September 2007
*connectedthinking
COMPLETE REPORT
 
PwC
Foreword
The Ministry of Power, Government of India has envisaged a capacity addition of 78,577 MW and 86,500 MW inthe 11th and 12th Plan period respectively. A corresponding planfor new investment and R&M is also conceivedfor the Transmission and Distribution segments in line with the National Electricity Plan and the IntegratedEnergy Policy. This accelerated pace of capacity addition is expected to create a significant demand forelectrical equipments and services in the years to come.IEEMA has engaged PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to conduct a study on the demand for electricalequipments in the various segments of the power sector vizGeneration, Transmission & Distribution and powerintensive industries over the period 2008-2017.PwC has conducted this study across central sector entities and selected state utilities assessing their capitalexpenditure/ capacity addition plans in the next 5 –10 years.Interactions were held with 25 power intensive industries to understand their requirement of electricalequipment. The study also covers segregation of demand for T&D equipments across Greenfield (i.e. Capacityexpansion related requirement) & R&M requirements (Revamping & Modernization which includes allreplacement requirements). We were guided by respective divisionchairmen of IEEMA for each productcategory covered under the scope of this study.We are thankful to the following personnel/ organizations for sparing time out for this study and providing us withtheir valuable inputs.
IEEMA Industry LeadersJitendra U. Mamtora, Chairman -Transformer DivisionMustafa Wajid, Chairman –Capacitor DivisionRajiv Gupta, Chairman Transmission Lines DivisionS.C. Sarkar, Chairman –MeterDivisionS.B. Gupte, Chairman SwitchgearDivisionVijayP. Karia, Chairman CableDivision
 
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Foreword
As per the terms of reference for this study we have also identified major technology trends that are expected toimpact the electrical equipments industry in the next 5 –10 years.Also, a web based survey has been conducted targeting manufacturers of electrical equipments, solicitinginformation so as to understand sales of T&D equipments across various industries and power sector utilities.This information was also used for benchmarking of Indian manufacturers vis-à-vis global manufacturers.This study is limited in its scope to cater to Indian market only and no projections have been made for exportmarkets that might be supplied/ tapped by Indian manufacturers.
State Level EntitiesDelhi -NDPL, DTL; Haryana -HPGCL, HVPNL, UHBVNL, DHBVNL; Gujarat -GUVNL, GETCO,GEDA, MGVCL, UGVCL, Torrent Power; Rajasthan -RRVUNL, RRVPNL, JDVVNL, JVVNL,AVVNL; Assam –ASEB Holding Co.; Maharashtra –MSEDCL, MSPGCL, MSETCL; West Bengal –WBSEDCL, WBSETCL, WBPDC; Punjab –PSEB; Madhya Pradesh –MP Genco, MPPKVVCL,MPMKVVCL; Andhra Pradesh AP Genco, AP Transco, APSPDCL; Uttar Pradesh –UPPCL;Chattissgarh –CSEB; Kerala –KSEB, Karnataka –KPTCL; Uttaranchal –PTCUL, Tamil Nadu – TNEB.IndustriesArvind Mills; IOCL; Railways (CORE); Western Coast Paper Mill; Gujarat Ambuja; Hindalco;IIFCO; Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Ltd.; Bhilai Steel Plant, SAIL; Bhilwara, LNJ; Maruti UdyogLtd.; Bokaro Steel Plant, SAIL; Dhampur Sugar, Bijnor; Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd.; Vikram Ispat;Aditya Cement, Adityapur; National Fertilizers Limited, Panipat;JK Paper Mill, Raigad;Hero Honda, Daruheda; Century Pulp & Pater, Nainital; Eicher Motors, Indore; GSK, Sonepat;Indo Gulf Fertilizers, Binani Cement.Central Sector & IPP’sMoP, CEA, NTPC, NHPC, REC, NREB, PFC, NPCIL, PTC, PGCIL, MNRE, REL, TPC, Suzlon,Lanco, GMR, Torrent

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