Indian Power Sector Needs Annual Investment of Around USD 10 Bn by 2020, States enincon in Its Topical Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com04 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Since, 2014 the Indian power industry has been into limelight, courtesy the incentives taken by the government. After, quite a great number of schemes, policies and reforms put in place in the industry during the past 3 years, the government still doesn’t appear to be contented as building upon the same goes on. After the Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY), the new scheme, Saubhagya, is another more debated addition into the list. But, as distinct from UDAY which was basically aimed at the distribution aspect of the power sector, Saubhagya Scheme is deemed to affect the whole value chain catering to all the 3 legs – generation, distribution and transmission; by end-2018 the scheme aims to make sure that every household have access to electricity.
Since the government has plans to invest USD 2.15 billion till December 2018 in the electrification of close to 4 crores of rural households, exciting business case is anticipated to hold up into energy upgrades, rural electrification, renewable power source integration, and smart metering. Indeed, more automation and advanced analytics based solutions to control high levels of electricity T&D losses is the path forward for the Indian power sector. These and associated opportunities are likely to require annual investment of nearly USD 10 billion by 2020.
Topical research report “Saubhagya Scheme & Intermittent Opportunities for Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Sector in India” drawn up by enincon explores the burning issues in the market on a national scale.
The report examines various power sale models for power gencos and opportunities emerging under the Saubhagya scheme. It gives an analysis of the scheme’s impact on the power demand across various regions of India; reveals the region-wise opportunities for the IPPs, SEBs, CPSUs and captive power gencos under the Saubhagya scheme. The study evaluates the business case for renewable power gencos region-wise; assesses region-wide business case for electric power transmission utilities under the Saubhagya scheme; keeps region-wise track of the status of rural electrification in India, limelighting the trends over the last 5 years. The report provides a discussion of the top opportunity regions and states as well as their ranking under the Saubhagya scheme.
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