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BTG Suppliers and other Power Sector Players Investment Opportunity Assessment for Private Equity Investors. figure potential tie-ups.4 in 2000-01 to around 1 during 2007-08 till 2009-10. and expand their network to the looming power hubs. Financial Institutions and Banks Developer wise Profile: Competitive Market Assessment Land Acquisition Scenario – State Wise Rating Major Delays Pertaining to Thermal Power Projects Developer Wise Profiling of Power Plants and Project Source and Type of Fuel for All Proposed Thermal Power Projects Capacity and Unit Configuration for All Proposed Thermal Power Plants in Indian Project Execution Details Electricity Demand Supply Forecasting (BU) Continuing Power Reforms It has been observed that on a 20 year rolling period. and other associated advancements. business model. wherein data forms. mechanism-wise and technology-wise profiles based on input parameters. state and private sector players. to deduce concrete analytical results. EPC companies. Power traders.85 Elasticity* Rising Demand Supply Gap 1894 Demand Curve 1463 6.5% Power Trading & Exchange Mandatory Competition 2011 2013 2015 195204 283901 Peak Load (MW) 2005 2007 2009 2017 2019 2021 A Must Buy for Power Plant Developers EPC Contractors Equipment Manufacturers & Suppliers Financial Institutions & Banks Private Equity Investors Power Traders Power Exchanges Transmission Utilities Research and Consulting Organisations Government Agencies & Regulatory Bodies Industrial Consumers New Entrants in Generation Segments Environmental Groups Infraline Energy through this report identifies all the proposed thermal IPPs all over India. regulatory policy framework for attracting private investment. and many other project related information. As a result. promoter wise. It is true that such voluminous investments cannot be mobilized by the public sector alone. they hold an immense business potential to the different stakeholders in the electricity supply chain. Estimated (2010-Base Year) 9% GDP & 0. identify potential developers for fresh orders/ contracts. etc.5 Hydro: 14. private sector investment in power sector has shown a rising trend.lower elasticity of 0. progress of regulatory clearances. Therefore. fuel wise. . domestic as well as foreign.3 For Sales & Support Sonal Gupta sonal. and private participation is critical to supplement the efforts of state’s instrumentalities in building power generation infrastructure.5 CGS: 32. financing mode. source of fuel and its type. location and financing mode. Critical Information Coverage Opportunity Assessment for EPC contractors. Prospective business entities can formulate their plans. region-wise. The investor now has more options in regards to fuel. All such identified projects are profiled and showcased. The analysis will be vetted and strengthened by industry interaction. A typical project profile gives basic information about the promoter. and other allied service entities can aim for newer collaboration. Coal traders. device strategies and take pro-active measures to position well in the market. discussions with government agencies. The current status of the project and the recent developments are updated purely by For Research & Consulting Yashvanth Rao J yrao@infraline. The report also categorises these proposed projects state wise. Management & technical service firms. private sector contribution in incremental capacity addition is likely to go up further to nearly 30% and the same will nearly double in the XII Plan. A strong and coherent. A capacity of 120 GW is under construction for the benefit of XII Plan and an additional 350 GW is proposed by diverse developers for the forthcoming FYPs.com 011 47522488 9711446523 Sub-Critical: 27 SGS: 24. Equipment manufacturers. On the basis of this. developed by different central. technology wise. In the XI Plan. The profiles unfold the current investment status. Split of Capacity Addition in Next Five Years (GW) Total Capacity Addition in next 5 years . future development plans.8% 890 771 6% CAGR Supply Curve Electricity Act 2003 5. power-sale wise. As these proposed capacities are currently in the initial phases of development. This is reflected in the fact that the share of private sector in the total installed power generation capacity has gone up from 4% in 1990 to 22% in 2011.com 011 4242 5197 9999872359 undertaking a schematic primary research process.7 Gas: 6.8 Approach and Methodology All proposed thermal projects would be identified by an extensive secondary research starting from Infraline PowerDatabase.104 Coal: 82. legal. power sale structure. surveys and expert opinions. Thereafter “Project profiling” is carried out by a mix of secondary and primary research to source the basic information of the project and the promoting company. power sale. the current scenario will be evaluated and the future scenario will be projected. The report would serve as an “information advantage” to tap the future opportunities. the elasticity gradually decreased from about 1.9 Super-Critical: 77 IPPs: 47.9 is adopted for projecting demand. proposed technology. ownership wise. equipments planned.Proposed Thermal Power Projects in India – 2011 Comprehensive Data Points Fuel Type & Source Status Land Acquisition Status Proposed Investment Tentative Year of Commissioning Status of Key Regulatory & Environmental Clearance Details of Developer/Promoter Key Concerns Enclosing Project The acceleration in economic growth to 9 to 10% in the XII Plan would require a quantum jump in investment for expanding infrastructure network in the country from $ 500 billion in the XI Plan to about $1 trillion in the XII Plan.gupta@infraline. equipment. The data collected would be analysed using comprehensive tools to construct fuel-wise. in generation of power is put in place. Power sector alone would require an investment of about $ 300 billion for provision of adequate and reliable supply of power at reasonable prices to all segments of Indian society. tele-calling and field visits are employed. for macro-level business decisions. query sheets. state-wise.
Profiling of the Proposed Thermal Power Projects in India – – – – – – – – Project Background Promoter Details Project Description: Capacity.Contents & Coverage I. Power Sector vis-à-vis Indian Economy – – – – Power Sector Overview Legal and Regulatory Framework Governing Indian Power Sector Upcoming Reforms and Investments in Power sector Electricity Consumption Trend versus Economic Growth D. Survey and Industry feedbacks Proposed Coal and Gas Based Projects (100 MW and above Capacity) (a) Past Trend (b) Present Scenario (c) Future Projections • Short Term • Medium Term • Long Term B. Methodology and Scope A. Financial Closure Status Investment and Project Progress Issues Pertaining to Delays Others Clearance and Approval Status 1 2 3 4 Environmental Clearance Land Acquisition Water Clearance Other Major Clearances and Approvals Applied Initiated Applied Applied Awaited Under Progress Awaited Awaited Received Completed Received Received No Development N/A No Development No Development Description of the current status and developments Description of the current status and developments Description of the current status and developments Description of the current status and developments .Basic Information 1 2 3 4 5 Promoter Location Proposed Capacity Unit Configuration Fuel (Source) 6 7 8 9 10 Land Water Boiler Type Estimated Cost Expected CoD Additional Information Information Related to: • • • • • • • Land Acquisition R&R Fuel Supply Arrangement Equipment proposed and Tie-ups Ash Handling Associated Plant and Ancillary Infrastructure Interactions with Government Agencies • • • • • • • • Bidding Status if any Owner’s Engineer Employed Syndicating Agencies Financing Institutions Legal Issues Consulting Organisations Engaged Project Management Details Location. OEM Banks and Financial Institutions Other Power Sector Players V. Objective. Water source and Land Related Details Status of Regulatory and Environmental Clearance Development Status and Other Relevant Details Other Relevant Parameters C. Detailed Analysis and Mapping of Upcoming Thermal Power Projects – – – – – – – – Region-wise State-wise Capacity-wise Technology-wise Fuel-wise Year-wise Player-wise Ownership-wise – – – B. Business Case Studies Sample Thermal Power Project Profile Background of the Project Contact Details Project Office Corporate Office Plant Site Project Details . Issues and Challenges – – – – – C. List of Project Profiles with Milestone Status VI. Annexure VII. Financials and others Technological overview Description of Fuel linkages. Objective – Showcasing Capacity Addition Scenario in Thermal Power Generation Addressing the Key Issues and Concerns with development of Thermal Power Project Presenting the overall status of upcoming thermal power projects Prospecting Investment Opportunities in Upcoming Thermal Projects Research. Demand Supply Scenario in Power Sector – – – Electricity Demand-Supply Statistics Fuel Wise Breakup of Installed Capacity in India Proposed Capacity Addition in Power generation during Xll and Xlll FYP Technological and Financial Issues Regulatory Clearances: Environmental and Land Acquisition R&R and Socio-political issues Issues with Fuel Linkages Transportation and Logistics Challenges III. Identifying Investment Opportunities in Upcoming Thermal Power Projects for Stakeholders – – – – Leading State/Private Players in Power Generation Opportunity assessment for EPC Contractors. Scope – II. Site Details Status of Key Project Milestones Information Related to: • • • • • MoUs /Agreement Signed EIA. Thermal Power Generation Insight in India A. Methodology – IV.
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