India’s Power Transmission & Distribution Industry Examined by Kuick Research in New Topical Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

14 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Although India has sufficient power generation capacity, a great share of the country’s population has limited access to electricity, primarily due to lack of proper transmission infrastructure. India’s authorities plan to achieve a target of ‘affordable electricity’ for all by 2022.

The power transmission sector in India is mostly controlled by government, while the share of private sector is negligible. However, the private sector’s presence in the domestic power transmission sector is increasing steadily due to recent favourable policy reforms.

Meantime, in the Indian power distribution sector the presence of private sector is more visible. The country’s power distribution sector has received more attention and also investments owing to ongoing restructure of the state of electricity boards (SEBs). Some novel initiatives were introduced in the country to reduce aggregate technical and commercial (AT&C) losses together with a definitive regulatory framework.  

New topical report “India Power Transmission & Distribution Sector Opportunity Outlook 2025” by Kuick Research contains a detailed guide to the Indian power transmission and distribution industry. It includes important domestic industry performance statistics (present, historical and forecast), touches upon the major industry aspects, covers the government initiatives, explores the country’s power transmission and distribution industry dynamics and also points out future possible trends, opportunities and challenges. The research report overviews the regulatory framework, discloses data on competitive environment and top players. Moreover, it offers forecasts for the Indian power transmission and distribution industry through 2025.

Many other research reports prepared by Kuick Research is provided in this Market Publishers’ catalogue.

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