Hydropower market in India has a great potential and the country is ranked seventh in the world in terms of hydropower installed capacity. The Indus, Brahmaputra and Ganga river systems combined account for around 80% of the total hydropower potential in India.
Hydropower continues to play an important role in the renewable power market in the country. In view of government support for hydropower development and with the major part of potential capacity yet to be harnessed, the hydropower market scenario in India looks promising. Capital subsidies, generation based incentives, additional revenues through RECs, and private sector participation are the major drivers for hydropower development in India. The challenge that India faces is to balance democratic dialogue, which require delays and compromise, with the need to fulfill urgent economic imperatives.
NHPC Limited, AP Power Generation Corporation Limited and Bhakra Beas Management Board are the top players in industry.
Aruvian Research analyzes the hydropower industry in India in its research offering Analyzing the Hydropower Industry in India. The report begins with an analysis of the global renewable energy industry. Following an introduction to the basics of hydropower, we analyze the global hydropower industry through industry statistics, power generated from hydropower worldwide, the global capacity of hydropower, industry value and the factors impacting the industry.
The hydropower industry in India is analyzed through an industry overview, power generated from hydropower, capacity of hydropower in the country, industry value, regulatory framework and industry competition.
An analysis of the major players in the Indian hydropower industry completes this comprehensive research on the hydropower industry in India from Aruvian Research.