DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qs6nhv/upcoming_captive) has announced the addition of the "Upcoming Captive Power Plant In India" report to their offering.
With the new and stable government, the analysis suggests that if GDP continues to grow at an average of 7% by 2022, the demand for power is likely to increase from around 135 GW at present to 400 to 430 GW by 2022, which is higher than the most current estimates. In order to fully meet both energy and peak demand, there is a need to create generation capacity of 500 to 550 GW after adjusting for plant availability and a spinning reserve of at least 5 per cent.
Equipment Equipment and EPC services market would be in better position with the expected creation of over 300 GW of electricity genera- tion capacity by 2022. The opportunities comes in the area of supply of key components such as heavy castings and forgings, special steel pipes, balance of plant and engineering, procurement and construction services.
The report deeply identifies power generation need for major industries with existing & upcoming plants, capacity additions. It also provides industry wise cost benefit analysis between costly grid power vs. setting up CPPs. Valuable inputs, suggestions, observations have been rendered by industry professionals to make the report stand out of the class.
Besides the analysis part, the report identifies a list of over 700 existing and upcoming CPPs which opens significant business opportunities for the following:
Upcoming Captive Power Project (CPPs) in India:
- Captive Power Plant Owners
- Steel/Cement,/Aluminum/Fertilizer/Chemical Companies
- Equipment Manufacturers & Suppliers
- EPC Contractors Power Producers
- Power Project Developers Consultants
- Regulatory Bodies R&M Service Providers
- Technology Providers Research
- Educational Institutions
- Financial Institutions
- Project Financers
- Investment Bankers
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Power Sector Overview
3. CPP Overview
4. Upcoming Capacity Addition Trends
5. Industries Operating Captive Power Plants
6. Power Plant Equipment Providers
7. Company Profile
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qs6nhv/upcoming_captive