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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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Competitive Bidding for Wind Projects (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Renewable Watch and Power Line magazine) will soon release a special report on “Competitive Bidding for Wind Projects”.

From the discontinuation of generation-based incentives (GBIs) and phase-out of the accelerated depreciation (AD) benefit starting April 1, 2017, to the replacement of the feed-in tariff (FiT) mechanism with competitive bidding, the past one and a half years have been quite eventful for the wind power sector. On the one hand, the withdrawal of GBIs and the AD benefit led to the highest-ever wind capacity addition (about 5.5 GW) in 2016-17, while on the other, the transition from FiTs to auctions led to the discovery of all new wind tariffs of sub-Rs 2.50 per kWh. Already, five auctions have been conducted by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and two state nodal agencies while many more are lined up for the coming year. As more capacity gets auctioned, new trends are emerging in the Indian wind power space. The overall industry structure is changing and the funding scenario is also maturing with new financing instruments being explored by players. The policy and regulatory framework is also evolving to accommodate as well as facilitate sector growth.

 The report will focus on the following areas:

  • Wind Sector Overview 
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Experience of Completed Wind Tenders
  • Upcoming Wind Tenders
  • Risks and Challenges
  • Alternative Wind Power Selling Options
  • Impact of Competitive Bidding on Industry Structure and Consolidation
  • Changing Cost Economics
  • Financing of Competitively Bid Projects
  • Impact on Capacity Addition and Investment (2018-2023)

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 18% GST). We are offering a special pre-publication discount. The price is Rs 45,000 (plus 18% GST) for orders/payments received before or on April 23, 2018.

.The report will be delivered to subscribers in a PDF format and is expected to release in May 2018.










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Distribution Franchise in India (April 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line magazine) has released a special report on “Distribution Franchise in India”.

In recent years, the distribution franchise (DF) model has emerged as an attractive option. A number of private players have won DF bids recently issued by states or expressed their interest in obtaining more franchises. With the UDAY scheme mandating stringent loss reduction targets, the DF model comes as an opportunity to bring down the spiralling losses, while also providing business opportunities to private players and enhanced services to consumers. Also, unlike outright privatisation, the DF model offers the best of both worlds public ownership of assets and private management of operations. Further, it also brings in the much-needed investment in the distribution segment.

The report covers the following areas:

  • Overview
  • DF Contracts and Strategies for Bidding
  • Experience So Far
  • Future Outlook
  • Profiles of Distribution Franchises

The franchises covered include

  • Bhiwandi (Torrent Power Limited)
  • Nagpur (Spanco Nagpur Discom Limited)
  • Agra (Torrent Power Limited)
  • Muzaffarpur( Essel Vidyut Vitaran (Muzaffarpur) Limited)
  • Gaya (India Power Corporation Limited)
  • Kendarapara Division I and II, Jagatsinghpur, Dhenkanal, Talcher and Angul (Enzen Global Solutions Private Limited)
  • Khurda, Balugaon, Puri and Nayagarh (Feedback Electricity Distribution Company Limited)
  • City Electrical Division (Cuttack), Athagarh and Salipur (Riverside Utilities Private Limited)
  • Nimapara (Seaside Utilities Private Limited)
  • Kota, Bharatpur and Bikaner (CESC Limited)
  • Ajmer (Tata Power Company Limited)

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1180.

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Renewable Energy Development in Africa (March 2018)

India Infrastructure research (the sister division of Renewable Watch magazine ) has released a special report on �Renewable Energy Development in Africa�.

The report has appx 500 slides across two distinct sections. The data and analysis is presented through insightful graphs, figures and tables.

SECTION A: EMERGING POWER SCENARIO IN AFRICA

  • Current Power Demand and Supply Scenario in Africa
  • Renewable Energy Trends and Outlook
  • Solar Power
  • Hydro Power
  • Wind Power
  • Bio-energy
  • Decentralised/Off-grid Renewables                      
  • Investment and Financing

SECTION B: COUNTRY PROFILES*

This section has 30 chapters pertaining to the renewable energy scenario and outlook for 30 African countries. These include Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Each country profile provides information on:

  • Economic Scenario and Demography
  • Power Demand and Supply Scenario
  • Resource-wise Renewable Energy Potential
  • Segment-wise Size and Growth (Solar, Wind, Bio-energy, etc.)
  • Key Growth Drivers
  • Evolving Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • Recent Developments
  • Segment-wise Cost and Tariff Trends
  • Key Players and Plans
  • Segment-wise Targets and Outlook
  • Focus on Off-grid Renewables
  • Renewable Energy Demand Outlook
  • Renewable Energy Investment Outlook

The report is priced at Rs 200,000 (plus 18% GST). The report is available in a PDF format along with a data-set in excel format.










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Power Transmission in India 2018 (March 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line magazine) has released the “Power Transmission in India 2018” research report.

The report has five sections with eighteen chapters:

Section I: Sector Analysis

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments
  • Policy& Regulatory Developments
  • Private Sector Participation
  • Transmission Tariffs
  • Project Pipeline

Section II: Intertransco Comparison

  • Network Growth & Operational Performance
  • Financial Performance

Section III: Outlook And Projections

  • Network Growth and Investments
  • Equipment Requirements

Section IV: Key Projects and Technology Initiatives

  • Renewable Energy Integration Projects
  • Tariff-based Competitive Bidding Projects
  • Cross-border interconnections
  • New and Promising Technologies

Section V: Transmission Utility Profiles

  • Central Transmission Utilities
  • State Transmission Utilities

*Each transmission utility profile provides data and analysis on growth in transmission network and capacity, performance indicators, key financials, expected growth in transmission network and capacity, planned capital expenditure, etc

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

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Power Distribution in India (February 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line magazine) has released the 2018 edition of ‘Power Distribution in India’ research report.

The report will be divided into six sections with twenty two distinct chapters (including the executive summary):

Section I: Market Size, Trends and Developments

  • Size and Growth
  • Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
  • Key Recent Developments
  • Inter-Discom Comparison

Section II: Outlook and Key Projections

  • Network Growth and Investments (till 2022-23)
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Equipment Requirements (till 2022-23)

Section III: Focus and Impact of Key Government Programmes

  • Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY)
  • Saubhagya (including Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana)
  • Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS)
  • Smart Grid Initiatives
  • Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Programmes

Section IV: Costs, Tariffs and Discom Finances

  • Power Purchase Costs
  • O&M Costs
  • Tariff Trends
  • Discom Finances
  • Key Ratio Analysis
  • Outlook

Section V: Distribution Franchisees: Experience and Outlook

  • Experience So Far
  • Performance of Operational Franchises

Section VI: 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

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

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Conferences of interest to power professionals      
         
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The proceedings of these conferences are available in a CD format and are priced at Rs 5,000 (USD 145) for each conference, inclusive of courier charges.
 
         
 
         
 
         
 
         
 
         
 
         
 
   
 
Conferences:   2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011
 
         
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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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