Weak economic growth is seemingly pressurising India’s infrastructure growth, one of the country’s weak points. Infrastructure deficit can severely impede the country’s growth. In the past few years, the realisations on this front have been tried to match up with the requirements of the sector. Much progress is evident in the fields of telecom, transportation and ports. However, the power sector still remains a lag as the shortages, tariffs and dependence of imported fuels are on the rise. India’s power demand is expected to cross 300 GW in the next 10 years. Catering to these requirements in terms of quantity and quality will require a five to ten fold increase in capacity addition. Checking upon the profile of present capacity and modifying them suitably will channel the needed power in the magnitude that is required.
The Power sector in India is at a crucial juncture today, with several large investments being undertaken by public and private sector players, and developments promising a significant transformation of the sector. The sector is witnessing a fundamental shift that is opening up new business opportunities for the industry. At the same time, the competition for scarce resources is expected to intensify and support enablers in terms of logistics, T&D, equipment supply will be stretched to the fullest.
India’s power sector has evolved substantially over the last few decades and is now witnessing unprecedented interest and investments across the value chain. The industry has responded strongly to the reform measures undertaken by the government with a wide spread participation across Public and Private sector, Indian and multinational companies. Despite these improvements, the sector faces some tough challenges across fuel, infrastructure and finances, which if not addressed immediately, can impede the potential growth of the industry.
It provides comprehensive analysis of the various segments of the Indian Power sector in detail along with analysing key players’ latest financial performances
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