India Electrical Equipment Sector: Analysis & Future Forecast

Date: November 22, 2009
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India Electrical Equipment Sector: Analysis & Future Forecast
Renub Research report titled “India Electrical Equipment Sector: Analysis & Future Forecast” offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the electrical market at global and India level. It provides the latest electrical equipment production data (2004-05 – 2008-09), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. This report also covers data for (2007-08 & 2008-09) of 27 major electrical equipments exports & imports of India. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, format trends or distribution issues. Forecasts to 2013 illustrate how the market is set to change.

India Electrical Equipment Production - Product Coverage:

LT Motors, HT Motors, LT Capacitors, HT Capacitors, Switch Fuse & Fuse Switch Unit, LT Circuit Breaker, HT Circuit Breaker, Surge Arrester, Voltage Transformer, Current Transformer, Power Transformer, Energy Meters, Motor Stamping, Transformer Laminations, Transmission Line Tower, Miniature Circuit Breaker, Power Cables

India Electrical Equipment - Product Coverage Exports & Imports:

Steeper, Micro, Wiper Motors etc., DC Motors & Generators, FHP Motors, AC Motors, Generating sets with Diesel Engines, Liquid Dielectric Transformers- up to 650 KVA, Liquid Dilectric Transformers-above 650 kVA, Power Capacitors, HV Breakers, LT Fuses-all Types, Air Circuit Breakers, Moulded case Circuit Breakers, Miniature Circuit Breakers, Other Automatic Circuit Breakers, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage not exceeding 1,000 V, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage exceeding 1,000 V, Halogen Lamps, Compact Flourecent Lamps, Mercury Vapour, Sodium Discharge, Metal Halid Gas Discharge Lamps, LV Cables, HV Cables, Electrical Insulators of Ceramics-Procelain disc/post/pin, Electrical Insulators of Other Material, Electricity Energy Meters, Measuring insurments like Ammeters, Voltmeters, Capacitance Meters, Transmission Line Towers

Market Overview

India’s vibrant economy needs matching improvements in the infrastructure. Power sector will play important role in the economic development and hence need focused attention. But due to global economic crisis India electrical equipment half yearly growth registered in 2008-09 is down to 8.57 percent from 14.6 percent of the previous financial year (2007-08). However, India posted a positive growth compared with global growth where the growth has been negative a fall of 2.2 percent in 2008 compared to 2007.

Ministry of Power - India has taken number of legislative and policy initiatives to expedite power sector development such as Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yogna (RGGVY). All these initiatives provide loads of investment opportunities to FIIs and other investors. The power sector reforms if implemented as scheduled will create large business for power sector equipment manufacturers and service providers. In India electrical sector export in the past 3 years (2004-05 to 2007-08) has grown with much higher CAGR of 57.28 percent compared to 32.25 percent for the period of 1995-96 to 2007-08. We can expect a continuous handsome growth for this sector for at least next five years and it is expected to cross INR 400 Billion by 2013.

Research Highlights
  • Due to financial crisis global electrical equipment market has fallen by 2.02 percent in 2008 compared to previous year 2007.
  • In 2008 Power Cables and Switchgear together controls 60 percent of the market share in global electrical equipment market.
  • India electrical sector exports have grown with a 40 percent in 2007-08 to compared previous year 2006-07.
  • Due to economic slowdown India electrical sector has shown a decline of 6.04 percentage points for the half-yearly 2008-09 compared to half-year 2007-08.
  • Despite India electrical sector negative growth Voltage transformers and Power transformers has shown a growth of 28.6 and 25.7 percent respectively for the year 2008-09 compared to 2007-08.

Key Players

This section provides the overview and key financials of prominent players in the “India Electrical Equipment Industry: Analysis & Future Forecast” such as, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Crompton Greaves Ltd., ABB Ltd. India , Alstom Limited India

Data Sources

Information and data in this report has been collected from various printable and non-printable sources like Magazines, Newspapers, Trade Journals, White papers, Online paid databases, News websites Government Agencies and Trade associations.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. GLOBAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT MARKET

3. INDIA ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY

3.1 Production Statistics of Major Electrical Equipment
3.2 India - Electrical Sector Exports & Imports (27 Major Electrical Equipments)
  3.2.1 Export of Electrical Equipments
  3.2.2 Import of Electrical Equipments

4. PORTERS FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR

4.1 Strength of Buyer Power
4.2 Strength of Supplier Power
4.3 Likelihood of New Entrants
4.4 Threat of Substitute
4.5 Degree of Rivalry

5. GOVERNMENT AND REGULATION OF THE INDUSTRY

5.1 Inclusion of Power Sector for Infrastructure Facility
5.2 Tax benefits to Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yogna (RGGVY)
5.3 Merit rate of Excise Duty for Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution Equipments
5.4 Fiscal Incentives to all Power Projects
5.5 Development of Merchant Power Plants
5.6 Import versus Domestic Manufacturing
5.7 Import Duty on Steel and unavailability of CRGO
5.8 Service tax
5.9 Deemed Exports at par with Physical Exports
5.10 WTO Compliant Incentives
5.11 Simplification of Procedures

6. CONCERNS OF THE INDUSTRY (CHALLENGES)

6.1 Incomplete Infrastructure Status to Power Sector
6.2 Inadequate Supply of Cold Rolled Grain Oriented (CRGO) Electrical Steel
6.3 Inadequate use of Price Variation Clause

7. RECENT ACTIVITIES LIKE MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS IN THE INDUSTRY

7.1 Schneider Electric India acquires Meher Capacitors
7.2 Controls & Switchgear acquires Controls & Switchgear Gewiss India
7.3 ICSA India acquires meter assets of ECE Industries
7.4 Some more recent Mergers & Acquisitions and PE activity in Electrical Sector

8. KEY COMPANIES

8.1 Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
8.2 Crompton Greaves Ltd.
8.3 ABB Ltd. India
8.4 Alstom Limited India

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2 1: Global – Electrical Equipment Market Value (US$ Billion), 2004 -2008
Figure 2 2: Global – Electrical Equipment Market Share of (Power Cables, Switchgear, Generators and Sets, Gas Turbine Engines, Wind Turbines & Others) (in Percent), 2008
Figure 2 4: Global – Electrical Equipment Market Share by Company (ABB Ltd., GE Company, Siemens AG, Schneider Electric SA & Others) (in Percent), 2008
Figure 3 1: India - Electrical Equipment Industry Half-Yearly Growth Index (Percent), Half-Yearly 2002-03 – Half-Yearly 2008-09
Figure 3 2: India - Electrical Equipment Industry Annual Growth Index (Percent), 1997-98 – 2007-08
Figure 3 3: India – Electrical Sector Exports (INR Million), 1995-96 – 2007-08
Figure 4 1: Porters Five Forces Analysis
Figure 4 2: Strength of Buyer Power
Figure 4 3: Strength of Supplier Power
Figure 4 4: Likelihood of New Entrants
Figure 4 5: Threat of Substitute
Figure 4 6: Degree of Rivalry

LIST OF TABLES:

Table 3 1: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (LT Motors, HT Motors) (000’KW), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 2: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (LT Capacitors, HT Capacitors) (000’KVAR), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 3: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (Switch Fuse & Fuse Switch Unit, LT Circuit Breaker, HT Cirtcuit Breaker, Surge Arrester, Voltage Transformer) (Nos), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 4: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (Distribution Transformer, Power Transformer) (000’KVA), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 5: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (Current Transformer, Energy Meters) (000’Nos), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 6: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (Motor Stamping, Transformer Laminations) (MT), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 7: India – Production Statistics of Electrical Equipment (Transmission Line Tower, Miniature Circuit Breaker, Power Cables) (000’MT, 000’Poles, KM), 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 3 8: Comparison of Exports of different Electrical Products (Steeper, Micro, Wiper Motors etc., DC Motors & Generators, FHP Motors, AC Motors, Generating sets with Diesel Engines, Liquid Dielectric Transformers- up to 650 KVA) (INR Lakhs.) 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 9: Comparison of Exports of different Electrical Products (Liquid Dilectric Transformers-above 650 kVA, Power Capacitors, HV Breakers, LT Fuses-all Types, Air Circuit Breakers, Moduled case Circuit Breakers, Miniature Circuit Breakers) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 10: Comparison of Exports of different Electrical Products (Other Automatic Circuit Breakers, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage not exceeding 1,000 V, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage exceeding 1,000 V, Halogen Lamps, Compact Flourecent Lamps, Mercury Vapour, Sodium Discharge, Metal Halid Gas Discharge Lamps, LV Cables) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 11: Comparison of Exports of different Electrical Products (HV Cables, Electrical Insulators of Ceramics-Procelain disc/post/pin, Electrical Insulators of Other Material, Electricity Energy Meters, Measuring insurments like Ammeters, Voltmeters, Capacitance Meters, Transmission Line Towers) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 12: Comparison of Imports of different Electrical Products (Steeper, Micro, Wiper Motors etc., DC Motors & Generators, FHP Motors, AC Motors, Generating sets with Diesel Engines, Liquid Dielectric Transformers-up to 650 KVA) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 13: Comparison of Imports of different Electrical Products (Liquid Dielectric Transformers-up to 650 kVA, Power Capacitors, HV Breakers, LT Fuses-all Types, Air Circuit Breakers, Moulded case Circuit Breakers, Miniature Circuit Breakers) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 14: Comparison of Imports of different Electrical Products (Other Automatic Circuit Breakers, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage not exceeding 1,000 V, MCC, PCC & Switchboard/Panels for voltage exceeding 1,000 V, Halogen Lamps, Compact Flourecent Lamps, Mercury Vapour, Sodium Discharge, Metal Halid Gas Discharge Lamps, LV Cables) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 3 15: Comparison of Imports of different Electrical Products (HV Cables, Electrical Insulators of Ceramics - Procelain disc/post/pin, Electrical Insulators of Other Material, Electricity Energy Meters, Measuring insurments like Ammeters, Voltmeters, Capacitance Meters, Transmission Line Towers) (INR Lakhs.), 2007-08 & 2008-09
Table 5 1: Cost Disadvantages to the Indian companies due to Costs which are not applicable to Foreign Contractors for Zero Duty Projects
Table 8 1: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited – Key Financials (INR Crore) 2004-05 – 2008-09
Table 8 2: Crompton Greaves Limited – Key Financials (INR Crore), 2005 – 2009
Table 8 3: ABB Limited India - Key Financials (INR Million), 2004 – 2008
Table 8 4: Alstom Projects India Limited – Key Financials (INR Million), 2008 - 2009
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