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Magazines of interest to power professionals      
 
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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Hydro Power in India (September 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division ofPower Line and Renewable Watch magazines) is currently developing and will soon release the “Hydro Power in India 2017” research report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report will have four sections with twenty two chapters:

Section I: Market Overview and Outlook

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Key Recent Developments
  • New Hydro Power Policy
  • Other Policy and Regulatory Developments
  • Costs and Tariffs
  • Financing
  • Delayed and Stalled Projects
  • Cross-border Initiatives
  • State Initiatives
  • Future Outlook             

Section II: Plant Performance Analysis

  • Analysis of Existing Capacity
  • Generation Performance Analysis
  • Renovation and Modernisation

Section III: Upcoming Project Analysis

  • Pipeline of Upcoming Projects
  • Analysis of Upcoming Capacity
  • Analysis of Delayed Projects
  • Key Projects Under Execution
  • Upcoming Project Profiles

Section IV: Developer Profiles

  • Central Public Sector Units
  • State-owned Gencos
  • Independent Power Producers

(Each profile will include information on existing projects, operational performance, future plans, status of upcoming projects and financial performance.)

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1230.  However, we are offering a special “early-bird” pre-publication discount. The price is Rs 48,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 990 for orders/ payments received before or on August 7, 2017.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with an excel-based data-set and will release in September 2017.



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Wind Power in India (July 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) is currently developing and will soon release the 2017 edition of “Wind Power in India” research report..

The report will have three sections with thirteen chapters (in addition to executive summary)

Section A: Sector Analysis, Recent Developments and Outlook

  • Overview
  • Changing Market Dynamics
  • Competitive Bidding
  • Policy and Regulatory Round-up
  • Cost and Financing
  • Grid Integration and Planning
  • Equipment and Technology Market
  • Outlook and Opportunities (till 2021-22)
  • Impact of GST

Section B: Emerging Areas of Opportunity

  • Energy Storage
  • Wind-Solar Hybrids
  • Wind Repowering
  • Offshore Wind

Section C: Database of Existing Wind Power Plants

(This will include information on owner, project capacity, location, turbine make, rated capacity, year of commissioning, etc.)

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1230

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a data-set (in excel format) and will be released in July 2017.



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Solar Power in India (May 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) has released the ‘Solar Power in India 2017’.

The “Solar Power in India 2017” reportis divided into five sections with twenty one distinct chapters:
            

Section A: Overall Market Scenario and Outlook       Section B: Utility Scale Market
  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Grid Integration and Power Evacuation
  • Investment Financing
  • Domestic Manufacturing
  • Future Outlook and Projection
  • Capacity Growth Trends
  • Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • Solar Parks
  • Solar Hybrids and Energy Storage
  • State Initiatives*
  • Cost Economics and Tariff Trends

Section C: Rooftop Market

       Section D: Decentralised Market

  • Segment Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • SECI’s Rooftop Programme
  • Cost Economics and Tariff Trends
  • Micro grids
  • Solar Pumps
  • Other off-Grid Market Segments

Section E: Solar Power Equipment

 

  • Equipment Market Overview
  • Equipment Outlook and Key Projections

 

*State Initiatives:Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana, Odisha, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal. 

The report provides investment climate in each of these states including the policy and regulatory scenario, open access charges, discom’s credit worthiness, project development experience, past capacity additions, solar park development status, key developers in the state, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1230.

The report is available in a PDF format along with a data-set (excel).



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Captive Power in India 2017 (April 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) has released the “Captive Power in India 2017” research report

The report is divided in to 4 sections with 13 chapters:

SECTION I:  MARKET SIZE, TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • Captive Power Overview
  • Installed Capacity Analysis
  • Outlook and Projections (till 2022-23)
  • Captive Power Economics
  • Grid Power Tariffs
  • Fuel Outlook
    • Coal
    • Gas
    • Liquid Fuels
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework

SECTION II: RENEWABLE SOURCES

  • Policy Measures and Incentives
  • Size and Growth
  • Cost Economics and Tariffs
  • Renewable Energy Certificates
    Trading

SECTION III: TRADING OPTIONS 

  • Bilateral Trading
  • Power Exchanges

SECTION IV: DATABASE OF CAPTIVE POWER PLANTS
(The most comprehensive database of captive power plants covering more than 2,500 captive power plants with information on owner, capacity, location and fuel type)

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% service tax) or USD 1230.

There is an additional 15% discount on  the combined purchase of “Captive Power in India 2017” and “Industrial and Commercial Grid Power Market in India 2017” reports.The two reports together will cost Rs. 85,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1730.

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Industrial and Commercial Grid Power Market in India 2017 (April 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power LineandRenewable Watch magazines) has released the “Industrial and Commercial Grid Power Market in India 2017”research report

The report is divided into three sections with thirteen chapters (in addition to the executive summary)

SECTION I:  HT CONSUMERS MARKET

  • Market Overview
  • Tariff Trends
  • Inter-state Comparison
  • State/Discom Market Analysis 

SECTION II: LT CONSUMERS MARKET

  • Market Overview
  • Tariff Trends
  • Inter-state Comparison
  • State/Discom Market Analysis 

SECTION III: COMMERCIAL CONSUMERS MARKET

  • Market Overview
  • Tariff Trends
  • Inter-state Comparison
  • State/Discom Market Analysis 

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 18% GST)  or USD 922 .    

There is an additional 15% discount on  the combined purchase of “Captive Power in India 2017” and “Industrial and Commercial Grid Power Market in India 2017” reports.The two reports together will cost Rs. 85,000 (plus 18% GST)  or USD 1730.

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Coal-based Power Generation in India (February 2017))

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has released the research report on “Coal-based Power Generation in India 2017”.  

The fifth edition of the report has 26 distinct chapters:

  • Generation Overview
  • Coal-based Generation - Size and Growth
  • Key Recent Developments
  • Recent Policy Initiatives
  • Recent Regulatory Developments
  • Recent Environmental Regulations
  • Coal Demand - Supply Scenario
  • Coal Procurement by Source
  • Overseas Sources of Supply
  • Update on Captive Coal Mining & Coal Blocks
  • Coal Prices
  • Coal Quality and Grades
  • Coal Washing
  • Analysis of Existing Plants
  • PLF Trend Analysis
  • Heat Rate Trend Analysis
  • Auxiliary Consumption Trends
  • Renovation and Modernisation
  • Tariffs and Prices
  • Generation Costs: New Plants
  • Projects with Coal Supply Issues
  • Financial Stress and M&A
  • New Project Pipeline
  • Impact of Renewables
  • Future Outlook

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1367.

The report is available in PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based database.



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Power Transmission in India (February 2017)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazine) has released the 2017 edition of “Power Transmission in India” research report.

The report has four sections with nineteen chapters:

Section A: Sector Analysis

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments (last 12 months)
  • Policy Developments
  • Regulatory Developments
  • Inter-utility Comparison
  • Private Sector Participation
  • Transmission Tariffs

Section B: Outlook and Projections

  • Future Outlook
  • Utility Plans under the Power for All
    Initiative 
  • Network Growth Projections (2016-25)

Section C: Key Projects

  • High Capacity Power Transmission
    Corridors
  • Renewable Energy Integration Projects
  • Tariff-based Competitive Bidding Projects
  • Cross Border Interconnections
  • Intra-state Projects

Section D: Transmission Utility Profiles*

  • Central Transmission Utilities
  • State-owned Transmission Utilities
  • Private Transmission Companies

* Each transmission utility profile will include the transmission line length, transformer capacity, number of substations, capacitor base, transmission losses, transmission availability, key financials, planned capital expenditure, planned network additions and key contact

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1700.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a data-set (in excel format) and will be released in January 2017.



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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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