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Power Line


Power Line is the premiere magazine for the Indian power sector. It covers all segments of the sector – generation, transmission and distribution. It tracks key developments, analyses major trends, profiles noteworthy organisations, interviews top managers, features opinions of industry experts, tracks financings, covers technology developments, profiles people of interest and provides key data and statistics. It is a must read for any professional involved with the Indian power sector, be it a power producer or distributor, technology provider or contractor, policy maker or regulator, management consultant or financier. It is published monthly.




 


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Indian Infrastructure

Indian Infrastructure is targeted at the very top decision makers and financial managers in infrastructure sectors. The sectors covered include power, telecom, roads & bridges, construction, oil & gas, ports & shipping, aviation, railways, urban infrastructure and infrastructure finance. The magazine provides news, information and analysis of latest developments related to policy, projects and investments in these sectors in India. It is published monthly.



 

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Gujarat Infrastructure


The mission of Gujarat Infrastructure is to put a spotlight on infrastructure development in Gujarat. It will track key developments, analyse emerging trends, discuss key issues, highlight key initiatives, profile noteworthy projects and organisations, feature stakeholder perspectives and prescribe policy recommendations. It is published quarterly.


 


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Renewable Watch

Renewable Watch covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy - wind, solar, bioenergy, small hydro and other emerging technologies - and includes both grid-interactive and offgrid power solutions. It aims to provide accurate information to track investments and projects, to showcase innovations and technologies and to offer a platform for debate and discussion on policy, regulation and financing. The magazine is targeted at wind and solar energy developers, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, conventional power producers, renewable energy development agencies, discom and transcos, fuel producers and sellers, financial institutions, carbon fund managers, industrial consumers, policy makers, regulators, government agencies, research organisations, management consultants, etc.



 


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Power News

Power News covers the latest developments in the Indian power sector across all key segments – generation, transmission and distribution. The focus areas of this newsletter are government policy, project updates, legal and regulatory developments, contracts and orders, corporate news, financings and reform/restructuring developments.



 


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Oil & Gas News


Oil & Gas News covers the latest developments in the Indian oil and gas sector in the upstream, midstream and downstream segments. The focus areas of this newsletter are developments in policy, exploration and production, downstream, LNG, transportation and finance. It covers news related to investments, contracts and orders, legal and regulatory affairs and corporate developments.

 

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Infrastructure Finance News

Infrastructure Finance News covers the latest developments in the area of infrastructure finance. The focus areas of this newsletter are policy, equity moves, debt/bond issues, mergers and acquisitions, loans and credit, credit ratings, primary and public issues, joint ventures/agreements and financial results. The sectors covered include power, telecom, oil & gas, ports & shipping, roads & bridges, aviation, railways, urban infrastructure, water and housing. The lending institutions covered include financial institutions, nationalised banks, private banks, foreign banks, multilateral institutions and bilateral funding agencies.



 

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Captive Power in India (November 2019)

IIndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has just launched the “Captive Power in India 2019” research report.

The report will provide a comprehensive analysis of the existing and upcoming captive power plants in India, including a database of more than 2,800 CPPs across various fuels (coal, gas, liquid fuels and renewables). It will also highlight the impact of recent policy developments that will help propel the sector in the next few years. In addition, the report will provide insights into the relevant aspects of the market in the current context such as tariff trends, open access policy and charges, costs, emission standards, grid reliability, and group captives.

The report will be divided into fifteen chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth
  • Impact of Policy and Regulatory Developments
  • Analysis of Existing Captive Power
  • Capacity (ranging from 1 MW to over 100 MW)
  • Tariff Trends
  • Open Access Policy and Changes
  • Captive Power Capacity Projections
  • Focus on Renewable Power Based CPPs
  • Grid Power Reliability
  • Power Plant Cost Analysis
  • Fuel Outlook
  • Focus on Group Captives
  • Emission Standards for CPPs
  • Power Trading Options and Opportunities
  • Database of Existing Plants

The database will cover a comprehensive list of about 2,800 captive power plants with information on owner, capacity, location and fuel type. We will also be providing the contact details of captive power plants on a best-efforts basis.

Industries covered would include: Metals and Minerals; Cement; Petrochemicals and Refineries; Chemicals; Textiles; Engineering; Pulp and Paper; Fertilisers; Sugar; Institutional Users; Group Captive; etc.

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770. However, we are offering a pre-publication “early-bird” discount. The price is Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1416 for orders and payments received before or on September 30, 2019.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a data-set (excel) and is expected to release in November 2019.



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Floating and Canal-based Solar PV and Wind-Solar Hybrid Market in India (October 2019)

ndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of PowerLine and Renewable Watch magazine) has just launched two research reports, providing analysis and insight on floating and canal-based solar and wind-solar hybrid markets in India.

Floating and canal-based solar PV market in India is poised for a significant breakthrough as developers explore setting up solar projects atop dams, reservoirs and canals amidst land constraints.
The report, Floating and Canal-based Solar PV Market in India will cover the following aspects:

  • Market Potential and Overview
  • Current Floating and Canal-based Projects
  • Detailed Case Studies
  • Project Pipeline across States
  • Cost Economics and Tariffs
  • Risks and IRRs
  • Floating Technology and Supplier Ecosystem
  • Outlook and Projections (2019-2025)
  • Expert Opinion and Industry Insights

Another large market in the making is the wind-solar hybrids. With a dedicated policy to promote this segment, MNRE is pushing the industry to achieve 10 GW wind-solar hybrid capacity by 2022.

Developers are gearing up to win projects tendered by various agencies at central and state-levels. Accordingly, the scope of report, Wind-Solar Hybrid Market in India includes the following topics:

Section II: Update On Government Programmes: Progress and Opportunities

  • Renewable Energy Market in India
  • Wind-Solar Hybrids Potential (Greenfield and Brownfield)
  • Project Pipeline across States
  • PPA Terms and Structuring
  • Role of Storage
  • Cost Economics, Synergies and Returns
  • Outlook and Projections (2019-20 to 2024-25)
  • Domestic and Global Case Studies
  • Other Renewable Energy Hybrid Models

Price of each report: Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1416 Pre-publication early-bird discount: 20% till September 5, 2019 Price after discount: Rs 48,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1133

Special offer on combined purchase

There is a further 15% discount on the combined purchase of Floating and Canal-based Solar PV Market in India and Wind-Solar Hybrid Market in India research reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 81,600 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1926.

Both reports will be available in a PDF format and are expected to release by early-October 2019.



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Commercial and Industrial Solar Market in India (July 2019))

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Renewable Watch magazine) will soon release the 'Commercial and Industrial Solar Market in India 2019' research report. The report will focus on key trends, regulatory landscape, state level scenario and demand projections for open access-based and captive projects.

Commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers in India currently pay substantially high grid tariffs to discoms. The situation is such that across the country, irrespective of geography, C&I grid tariffs remain substantially higher than the levellised cost of onsite rooftop solar and offsite open access solar (captive or third-party). In order to reduce their operating expenses, a number of C&I consumers have, therefore, started procuring solar power either through third-party PPAs or by setting up solar captive capacities. The report will provide the size and growth trends of solar power capacity in the C&I space, key growth drivers, emerging business models and, the cost & tariff trends.

The section on Key Projects and Market Players will highlight the solar projects already set up and planned by key commercial and industrial users, as well as detailed profiles of select developers focused on setting up solar plants for this segment in India.

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based database and is expected to release in July, 2019.



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Coal-Based Power Generation In India (May 2019)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power LineandIndian Infrastructuremagazines) has launched the 2019 edition ofCoal-based Power Generation in India” research report, the most comprehensive report on the Indian thermal power sector

The report will be divided into six sections with twenty-one chapters:

SECTION I: Market Overview and Recent Developments

  • Size and Growth
  • Recent Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
  • Stressed Assets and Financing: Current Status and Resolution Strategies
  • Flexible Operations: Strategies, Impact and Challenges
  • Emissions Control: Current Status, Timelines and Costs
  • Impact of Renewables and Role in Load Balancing

SECTION II: Plant Profile and Operation Performance 

  • Analysis of Operational Plants
  • Renovation and Modernisation (R&M)

SECTION III: Coal Supply, Prices and Outlook 

  • Coal Demand and Supply Scenario
  • Trends in Coal Procurement
  • Coal Prices
  • Coal Quality
  • Coal Transportation

SECTION IV: Costs and Tariffs 

  • Tariffs and Prices
  • Generation Costs

SECTION V: Market Outlook and Opportunities 

  • New Project Pipeline
  • Future Outlook and Projections (till 2024-2025)
  • Market Opportunities for Technology/Equipment Providers

SECTION VI: Key Power Producers 

  • Central Sector Players
  • State Sector
  • Private Sector (Adani Power Limited, Tata Power Company Limited, Reliance Power Limited, etc)

*Each of the profiles will cover information on current capacity, upcoming projects, operating performance and financial performance.

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770.

The report will be delivered to subscribers in a PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based database and is expected to release in May, 2019. I am enclosing the draft table of contents for your review along with an order form.



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Hydro Power Market in India (May 2019)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) has just released the 2019 edition of 'Hydro Power Market in India' research report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

In light of the recent cabinet decisions related to the hydro power segments inclusion into the renewable energy sector, the report provides detailed insights and analysis on the impact of these policy measures on the hydro power market. This is based on inputs and interviews with various industry stakeholders.

The report is divided into fourteen chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth
  • Cabinet Approval for Measures to Promote Hydro
  • Other Recent Developments
  • Plant Performance Analysis
  • Analysis of Delayed/Stalled Capacity
  • Upcoming Project Pipeline
  • Outlook and Projections (till 2024)
  • Future Role of Hydro Power in Load Balancing and Ancillary Services
  • Focus on Pumped Hydro Storage Segment
  • Status and Potential for Small Hydro Power
  • Cross-border Initiatives
  • Financing and Stressed Assets
  • Costs, Tariffs and Viability
  • Profiles of Key Developers

The report will also provide a comprehensive excel-based dataset including the following (as of 2018-19):

  • Plant-wise Installed capacity
  • Plant-wise Status and Anticipated Date of Commissioning of
  • Under Construction Projects
  • Status of Stalled Projects
  • Projects Under Survey and Investigation
  • Projects Under Renovation and Modernisation
  • Plant-wise Generation Performance

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770.

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Rooftop Solar in India (May 2019)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of PowerLine and RenewableWatch magazines) has released the “Rooftop Solar in India 2019” research report.

The report provides a detailed assessment of the rooftop market in India including an in-depth analysis across its sub-segments. It assesses the key growth drivers, challenges and the impact on discoms; studies the policy and regulatory framework and the market structure including the key players in the segment; analyses tariff trends and cost structures; and derives an addressable rooftop solar market for various sub-segments including the demand projections for key components of a rooftop system.

With this background, the report has eleven chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Market Overview
  • Segment-wise Analysis
    • This chapter covers information on the market share, key consumers, key developers, issues & challenges, segment outlook for Commercial & Industrial, Government & Institutions and Residential segments.
  • Project Pipeline
    • Past Tenders - This  includes details about winning bidders, project location and tariffs issued by central & state level agencies.
    • Ongoing and Announced Tenders - This  includes key features of the tender including benchmark tariff, commissioning timeline, etc. issued by central & state level agencies.
  • Metering Regulations and their Implementation
  • Tariffs, Cost Economics and Business Models
  • Impact on Discoms
  • Financing Instruments and Structures
  • Addressable Market for Rooftop Solar by 2024-25 (in MUs and MW)
  • Rooftop Solar Equipment Market Outlook (upto 2024-25)
  • Key Players
    • Profiles of 8-10 Developers – This includes information on current portfolio, market share, geographic presence, key customers, ongoing projects & future plans.

This report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770 and is available in PDF format along with a data-set (in excel format).



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Power Transmission in India (March 2019)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line magazine) has just released the 2019 edition of 'Power Transmission in India' research report.

The report is divided into five sections with seventeen distinct chapters:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION I: MARKET TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS

  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments
  • Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
  • Private Sector Participation
  • Transmission Tariffs

SECTION II: OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS (TILL 2023-24)

  • Network Growth and Investments
  • Project Pipeline
  • Equipment Requirements

SECTION III: FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF TRANSCOS

  • Analysis of Operational Performance
  • Analysis of Financial Performance

SECTION IV : KEY PROGRAMMES AND FOCUS AREAS

  • Renewable Energy Integration Projects
  • Cross-Border Interconnections
  • Indian Railway's Plans for Transmission System Development
  • Progress on Donor Agency-aided Projects

SECTION V: TRANSMISSION UTILITY PROFILES

  • Central Transmission Utilities
  • State Transmission Utilities
  • Private Transmission Companies

Each profile will provide data and analysis on the following:

  • Growth in transmission network and capacity (2013-18)
  • Performance indicators (2013-18)
  • Key Financial (2013-18)
  • Expected growth in transmission network and capacity (till 2023-24)
  • Planned capital expenditure (till 2023-24)
  • Contact details

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Power Distribution in India (February 2019)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has just released the 2019 edition of 'Power Distribution in India' research report.

The report will be divided into seven sections with twenty five distinct chapters

Section I: Market Analysis of the Distribution Segment

  • Size and Growth
  • Recent Policy and Regulatory Moves
  • Other Recent Developments
  • Inter-Discom Comparison (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • Impact Analysis of Emerging Trends

Section II: Discom Financial & Operational Analysis

  • Analysis of Operational Performance (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • Analysis of Financial Performance (2013-14 to 2017-18)

Section III: Discom Revenue & Cost Analysis

  • Expenditure Analysis (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • O&M Costs (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • Capital Expenditure (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • Power Purchase Costs (2013-14 to 2017-18)
  • Tariff Trends (2013-14 to 2017-18)

Section IV: Outcomes of Key Government Programmes

  • Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY)
  • Saubhagya
  • Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS)
  • National Smart Grid Mission
  • DSM and Energy Efficiency Programmes

Section V: Key Focus Areas

  • Private Participation in Distribution
  • Metering
  • Smart Grids
  • Impact of Alternate Power Procurement Options on Discoms

Section VI: Outlook and Projections

  • Future Outlook for Network Growth (till 2023-24)
  • Future Outlook for Costs, Tariffs and Finances
  • Projected Equipment Requirements (till 2023-24)

Section VII: Discom Profiles (will cover more than 50 discom profiles across 20+ states)
Each profile will cover the operational area, line length, transformer capacity, customer base, category wise energy sales, AT&C losses, recent & proposed capex, metering status, reliability indices (SAIFI, SAIDI), planned network additions, key financials, tariffs, power purchase cost and O&M costs.

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  PowerLine Directory/Yearbook (2015-16)

The PowerLine Directory/Yearbook 2015-16 presents the latest information on Indian power sector - on generation, transmission, distribution and trading. It also provides key up-to-date information on all leading power sector organisations -the areas of business, key operating units, subsidiaries and joint ventures. It lists top managers/ officials with contact information.

It is priced at Rs 5,000 (USD 150).



 

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