Top 9 Indian Power Company Profiles & SWOT Analysis

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India is the world's fifth largest energy consumer accounting for about 4.1% of the world's total annual energy consumption. But the average per capita consumption of energy in India is very low at 631 kWh as compared to world consumption of 2873 kWh which needs to be increased to bring economic and social development in India. This is possible only when the installed capacity base of the power sector is substantially increased as there is a huge demand supply gap prevalent in the power sector.

The installed power generation capacity has grown 94 times since independence and the total installed capacity of power generation in India has reached 1,63,669.8 MW (as on 31.07.2010). However, there is still a peak demand shortage of around 14.8% and an energy deficit of 8.4% in the country. This demand shortage has the potential to turn into big time business opportunities for the players in power sector as the government has opened the power generation and distribution sector for competition.

The Eleventh Five Year Plan estimates the energy requirement to go up to the level of 1140 Billion Units by the year 2012. It’s necessary to meet this energy requirement to continue the growth of GDP at 8-9 %.

The Indian government plans to raise the generating capacity through various means. While the regulations regarding electricity generation have been relaxed through amendment in Electricity Act to attract higher private investment, effort has also been directed towards improving the inefficiencies in transmission and distribution of power.

It has undertaken the set up nine Ultra Mega Power Plants (UMPPs) in order to create additional capacity of 100,000 MW by fast tracking the land, fuel, water and other statutory clearances. The successful completion of these projects holds a huge potential for the power sector players.

Lastly, Renewable energy is being seen as another big potential source of generating power as India owing to its geographic advantages has access to critical natural resources such as water, wind and sun. The country is gearing up to meet the challenge of mobilizing huge investments required to tap the renewable energy sources.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. INDIA POWER SECTOR - OVERVIEW

3. INDIA INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT

4. NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION (NTPC)


4.1 Company Overview
4.2 Installed Capacity
4.3 Top Management
4.4 Financials
4.5 Key Competitors
4.6 Future Projects & Investments
4.7 SWOT Analysis

5. NATIONAL HYDRO POWER CORPORATION (NHPC)

5.1 Company Overview
5.2 Installed Capacity
5.3 Top Management
5.4 Financials
5.5 Key Competitors
5.6 Future Projects & Investment
5.7 SWOT Analysis

6. POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD

6.1 Company Overview
6.2 Top Management
6.3 Financials
6.4 Key Competitors
6.5 SWOT Analysis

7. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION CORPORATION LTD

7.1 Company Overview
7.2 Top Management
7.3 Financials
7.4 Key Competitors
7.5 SWOT Analysis

8. RELIANCE POWER

8.1 Company Overview
8.2 Installed Capacity
8.3 Top Management
8.4 Financials
8.5 Competitors
8.6 Future Projects & Investment
8.7 SWOT Analysis

9. ADANI POWER LIMITED

9.1 Company Overview
9.2 Installed Capacity
9.3 Top Management
9.4 Financials
9.5 Competitors
9.6 Future Projects
9.7 SWOT Analysis

10. TATA POWER

10.1 Company Overview
10.2 Installed Capacity
10.3 Top Management
10.4 Financials
10.5 Key Competitors
10.6 Future Projects
10.7 SWOT Analysis

11. SUZLON ENERGY

11.1 Company Overview
11.2 Top Management
11.3 Financials
11.4 Competitors
11.5 SWOT Analysis

12. GVK POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE

12.1 Company Overview
12.2 Installed Capacity
12.3 Top Management
12.4 Financials
12.5 Key Competitors
12.6 Future Projects & Investments
12.7 SWOT Analysis

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 10 1: Energy generated by NHPC from FY’06 to FY’10 (in MU) Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 10 2: Loans sanctioned by REC in last five years (in Rs. Crore)

LIST OF TABLES

Table 4 1: NTPC-Installed Capacity and Number of Plants (as on 31 March 2010)
Table 4 2: NTPC-Coal Based Power Station & Commissioned Capacity
Table 4 3: NTPC- Operational Performance of Coal Based Power Stations
Table 4 4: NTPC-Gas/Liquid Fuel Based Power Stations
Table 4 5: NTPC- Hydro Based Power Projects
Table 4 6: NTPC-Top Management
Table 4 7: NTPC-Key Financials (Rs. Crore), FY’06-FY’10
Table 4 8: NTPC-Top Competitors
Table 4 9: NTPC-Plans for Future Capacity Addition
Table 4 10: NTPC-SWOT Analysis
Table 5 1: NHPC-Installed Capacity by Project
Table 5 2: NHPC- Top Management
Table 5 3: NHPC- Key Financials
Table 5 4: NHPC-Key Competitors
Table 5 5: Projects undertaken by NHPC
Table 5 6: NHPC-Projects under Construction (MW)
Table 5 7: NHPC-Projects Under Development - Awaiting Clearances* (MW)
Table 5 8: NHPC-Under Development - Under Survey & Investigation(MW)
Table 5 9: NHPC-SWOT Analysis
Table 6 1: Capacity of Power Grid Corporation in 2008-09
Table 6 2: SWOT analysis of Powergrid Corporation
Table 7 1: Sanction of loans under generation projects (cumulative since 2002-03 to 2008-09)
Table 7 2: Status of Sanction and Disbursement of T&D Division from FY’04 to FY’09
Table 7 3: SWOT analysis of Rural Electrification Corporation
Table 8 1: Reliance Power-Installed Capacity
Table 8 2: Reliance Power- Top Management
Table 8 3: Reliance Power Key Financials
Table 8 4: Reliance Power- Key Competitors
Table 8 5: Reliance Power- Future Projects (MW)
Table 8 6: Reliance Power SWOT Analysis
Table 9 1: Adani Power-Top Management
Table 9 2: Adani Power-Key Financials
Table 9 3: Adani Power-Key Competitors
Table 9 4: Adani Power-Future Projects
Table 9 5: Adani Power- SWOT Analysis
Table 10 1: Tata Power-Installed Capacity
Table 10 2: Tata Power-Wind Power Installed Capacity
Table 10 3: Tata Power-Key Financials
Table 10 4: Tata Power-Key Competitors
Table 10 5: Tata Power- Future Projects
Table 10 6: Tata Power- SWOT Analysis of
Table 11 1: SWOT analysis of Suzlon Power & Infrastructure
Table 12 1: GVK Power – Installed Capacity
Table 12 2: GVK Power-Top Management
Table 12 3: GVK Power- Key Financials
Table 12 4: GVK Power-Key Competitors
Table 12 5: GVK Power-SWOT Analysis
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