Power Transmission in India 2016: Fact Pack on Network Development, Investments, Opportunities and Challenges

Dec, 2016   |   500  Pages   |   ENINCON   |   Format : PDF
Indias Power Transmission networks constitute the vital arteries of the entire power value chain. It goes without saying that the growth of power sector is contingent to development of a robust and a non collapsible transmission network. Over the past decades, the total power capacity has witnessed commendable growth, with more than 300 GW of generation capacity currently installed in India. However, Indias peak load supply is only 152 GW, and aggravating this situation further is that some of Indias power surplus regions do not have adequate power evacuation infrastructure which could alleviate the recurring supply shortages in other parts of the nation. Transmission bottlenecks are an important reason for these shortages. Non-performance of the power transmission sector has an adverse spiral effect on the entire economy. Improvement of this sector is, therefore, essential for the economic well-being of the country and enhancement of the quality of life of citizens. Since demand and generation capacity are both expected to increase in the future, transmission constraints need to be addressed urgently.

With intent to facilitate the business proposition, enincon delves deep and aims to deliver a fact pack and trend analysis of power transmission in different region of the country. The objective of this report is to present the as-is and anticipated transmission sector dynamics of the region which have been tracked in terms of existing and upcoming ckt Kms for transm
1. Executive Summary
2. Power Transmission in India: An Overview
2.1 Structural Overview of Power Transmission
2.2 Detailed Snapshot of Power Transmission in India
3. Power Transmission Scenario in Northern Region
3.1 Transmission Scenario and Current Capacity
3.2 Historical Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition: FY 2010 November 2016
3.3 Recent Mapping of Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition Jan 2016 November 2016
3.4 Gap Evaluation
3.5 Unearthing Challenges
4. Future Outlook of Power Transmission in Northern Region
4.1 Studying Proposed Capacity
4.2 Studying Investment Opportunities
5. Power Transmission Scenario in Western Region
5.1 Transmission Scenario and Current Capacity
5.2 Historical Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition: FY 2010 November 2016
5.3 Recent Mapping of Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition January 2016 November 2016
5.4 Gap Evaluation
5.5 Unearthing Challenges
6. Future Outlook of Power Transmission in Western Region
6.1 Studying Proposed Capacity
6.2 Studying Investment Opportunities
7. Power Transmission Scenario in Eastern Region
7.1 Transmission Scenario and Current Capacity
7.2 Historical Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition: FY 2010 November 2016
7.3 Recent Mapping of Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition Jan 2016 November 2016
7.4 Gap Evaluation
7.5 Unearthing Challenges
8. Future Outlook of Power Transmission in Eastern Region
8.1 Studying Proposed Capacity
8.2 Studying Investment Opportunities    9. Power Transmission Scenario in Southern Region
9.1 Transmission Scenario and Current Capacity
9.2 Historical Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition: FY 2010 November 2016
9.3 Recent Mapping of Trends in Power Transmission Capacity Addition Jan 2016 November 2016
9.4 Gap Evaluation
9.5 Unearthing Challenges
10. Future Outlook of Power Transmission in Southern Region
10.1 Studying Proposed Capacity
10.2 Studying Investment Opportunities
11. Equipment Sourcing Trends for Power Transmission in India
11.1 Equipment Sourcing Trends for PGCIL: FY 2010- November 2016
11.2 Equipment Sourcing Trends for State Transmission Utilities (STU): FY 2010- November 2016
12. Equipment Supplying Trends for Power Transmission in India
12.1 Equipment Supplying Trends from Domestic manufacturers : FY 2010- November 2016
12.2 Equipment Supplying Trends from International manufacturers : FY 2010- November 2016
13. National Grid, Smart Grid Trends and Green Energy Corridors in India
13.1 Grid and Smart Grid Trends in the Northern Region: FY 2010- Nov 2016
13.2 Grid and Smart Grid Trends in the Western Region: FY 2010- Nov 2016
13.3 Grid and Smart Grid Trends in the Southern Region: FY 2010- Nov 2016
13.4 Grid and Smart Grid Trends in the Eastern Region: FY 2010- Nov 2016
13.5 Region Wise Opportunity Track for OEMs, Suppliers, Contractors etc.
13.6 Existing Renewable Generation Capacity vis--vis Transmission Infra
13.7 Transmission Plan Envisaged for Renewable Capacity Addition for 2022
13.8 Evolving Business Opportunities
13.9 Benchmarking of states as per their investment scenario
13.10 Identifying Challenges
13.11 Evaluating and Addressing Challenges
14. Funding Trends in Power Transmission Sector in India
14.1 Overview of Financing Mechanisms
14.2 Region Wise Investment/Funding Scenario FY 2010- November 2016
14.3 Gap Evaluation
14.4 Identifying Problem areas
14.5 Evaluating and Addressing Challenges
15. Power Transmission Congestion Trends, Impacts and Solutions
16. Conclusion
17. ENINCON Perspectives

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