Power Sector in India 2014

Power Sector in India 2014

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Executive Summary

Netscribes' latest market research report titled Power Sector in India 2014 states that consumption of electricity is going to rise in the coming years. India is among the top energy users in the world. Region-wise installed capacity has increased over the last few years. Keeping in mind the growth in consumption, the government is taking measures to increase the installed capacity to minimize the demand and supply gap. There has been a shift from the traditional value chain to the modern value chain in the power sector. In India, power sector is governed by stringent government regulations. Mainly the National Electricity Policy and the Tariff Policy governs the power sector in India. The future of power sector in India is very bright. Power sector-India contributes to the GDP of the country.

Private-public-partnership model (PPPs) especially in the infrastructure sector is gaining prominence in the country. Growth in the manufacturing sector along with growth in the residential consumption has driven the power sector. Other factors such as rural electrification programs and realization of emerging dreams have driven the sector. Shortage of coal is a major challenge which is manifested in the inability to minimize the demand and supply deficit. Huge transmission losses and improperly maintained infrastructure contributed to the challenges. Increase in FDI has increased along with private equity firms showing interest in the power sector. Increase in domestic investments has also increased.

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Slide 1: Executive Summary

Macroeconomic Indicators

Slide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2011-12-2014-15), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul 2013-Dec 2013)

Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013-Jul 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Apr 2014-Sep 2014)

Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2011-12-2014-15), Trade Balance: Annual (2010-11-2013-14), FDI: Annual (2009-10-2012-13)


Slide 5-6: Power Sector-Introduction, Region-wise Installed Capacity, Types of Power Plants, Total Installed Capacity by Type

Market Overview

Slide 7-9: Market Overview-India (Consumption of Electricity (2013-2018e), Demand Supply Deficit

Value Chain Analysis

Slide 10-11: Value Chain Analysis-Indian Power Sector, Expansion of the

Government Initiatives

Slide 12-16: Government Policies-Investments, PPP Model-Distribution Franchise and Ultra Mega Projects

Drivers & Challenges

Slide 17: Drivers and Challenges-Summary

Slide 18-21: Drivers

Slide 22-24: Challenges

Major Trends

Slide 25: Key Trends-Summary

Slide 26-28-Key Trends

Competitive Landscape

Slide 29: Porter's Five Forces Analysis

Slide 30-34: Competitive Benchmarking

Slide 35-74: Major Public Players

Market Opportunities

Slide 75-76: Market Opportunities-Opportunities in Thermal Generation, Investing in Renewables, Recent Initiatives in the Power Sector

Strategic Recommendations

Slide 78-78: Recommendations


Slide 79: Key Ratios Description

Slide 80: Sources of Information

Macro Economic Indicators

1. GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2011-12 to 2014-15)

2. Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul-Aug 2013-Nov-Dec 2013)

3. Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013-Jul 2013)

4. Exchange Rate: Monthly (Apr 2014-Sep 2014)

5. Lending Rate: Annual (2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15)

6. Trade Balance: Annual (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14)

7. FDI Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)


1. Power Sector-Type-wise Installed Capacity

Market Overview

1. Power Sector (India)-Consumption of Electricity (By Value; 2013-2018e)

2. Power Sector (India)-Plan-wise Growth of Installed Generating Capacity in the Country (Utilities)-(6th Plan-End of 1st Year of the 12th Plan)

3. Power Sector-Peak Shortages Percentage (June 2014)

4. Power Sector-Energy Shortages Percentage (June 2014)

Drivers & Challenges

1. Per Capita Consumption of Electricity in India (6th Plan-End of the 1st Year of the 12th Plan)

2. Number of Villages Electrified in India (6th Plan-End of the 1st Year of the 12th Plan)


1. Increase in Captive Power Production (6th to 12th Five Year Plan)

Competitive Landscape

1. Competitive Benchmarking-Key Ratios of 3 Major Companies-Operational & Financial Basis (2013-14)

2. Company profiles (All Companies)

a. Financial Snapshot

b. Key Business Segments

c. Key Geographic Segments


1. Types of Power Plant

Market Overview

1. Actual Power Supply Position in Jun 2014

Drivers & Challenges

1. Average Capacity Utilization in Different Sectors

2. National Priorities, Current Situations and Implications

3. Capacity Addition Targets in the 12th Plan (MW)

Competitive Landscape

1. Public Trading Comparables

2. Company Profiles (All Companies)

a. Company Information (All Companies)

b. Products and Services (All Companies)

c. Key People (All Companies)

d. Key Financial Performance Indicators (Only Public Companies)

e. Key Ratios

f. Business Highlights (All Companies)


1. Key Ratios Description

2. Sources of Information

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Public Companies

1. Adani Power Ltd.

2. CESC Ltd.

3. JSW Energy Ltd.

4. Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.

5. NHPC Ltd.

6. NTPC Ltd.

7. Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.

8. Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.

9. The Tata Power Company Ltd.

10. Torrent Power Ltd.

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