Increasing Power Demand in India, Need for Sustainable Supply and the Arising Case of Open Access – An Evaluation

Evolving Indian Power Industry and the Contributing Factors The Indian power sector is undergoing a significant change that shall redefine the industry outlook and hence the demand-supply mechanics of the sector. With Government giving enhanced focus upon the sustained power Read More…

Electrical Equipment and Machinery Market in India – Segment Wise Opportunity Track

The transition from agriculture to manufacturing is still the route of higher productivity and key essential for raising the living standard in the developing economies.  But diverting this route towards the manufacturing of capital goods/ industrial goods can trigger the Read More…

Understanding Cash Flow & Revenue Metrics for a Captive Coal Block for a Thermal Power Plant in India

Cash Flow for Open Cast Coal Block There are three parameters namely Capital expenditure, Year on year expenses and revenue generated from power sales that would govern the cash flows. These factors are put to variance using the discount factor Read More…

Will India be next Hub for Thermal Power Equipment OEMs? Analysing the Business Case

Key Policies and Initiatives: Giving Thrust to domestic Manufacturing FDI Policy: 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the electrical machinery sector, subject to all applicable regulations and laws (also applicable for Boiler, Turbine and Generator manufacturing). Delicensing Read More…

Macroscopic view of Supercritical BTG Market & Competition Structure in India , Understanding the ease of doing Business

Super critical BTG market structure in India is highly capital and technology intensive and is dominated by large OEM’s which typically can be split in following three segments : OEM’s (BTG Suppliers) with integrated offerings – BHEL, Alstom, Doosan, Dongfang Read More…

Tracking Key Incentives for Heavy Equipment OEMs under MII (Make in India) Scheme

Advantage India: Unleashing Growth Drivers Demand Side Drivers: The power generation capacity in the country post witnessing sluggish rate from 2012-15 is gaining momentum and is expected to be at 14-15 GWs per annum, from 2016-17 onwards, signaling good prospects Read More…