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  Recent Multi-client reports-

Healthcare Market in India 2018 (October 2018)

Future of Solar O&M in India (September 2018)

GD Market in India and LNG Market in India (August 2018)

Banking Technology in India 2018 (September 2018)

Captive Power in India (August 2018)

Sewage Treatment Market in India ( August 2018)

Logistics in India 2018 (July 2018)

Airports in India (June 2018)

Clean Bus Market in India: Hybrid, Electric, Gas-Based (May 2018)

Waste to Energy 2018 (May 2018)

Competitive Bidding for Wind Projects (May 2018)

Optic Fibre Cable Market in India (April 2018)

Distribution Franchise in India (April 2018)

Mining Equipment Market (May 2018)

Coal-Based Power Generation in India 2018 (April 2018)

URBAN RAIL IN INDIA 2018 (April 2018)

Renewable Energy Development in Africa (March 2018)

Power Transmission in India 2018 (March 2018)

Ports in India 2018 (March 2018)

Smart Cities in India (February 2018)

Power Distribution in India (February 2018)

Railways in India 2018 (January 2018)

Road Development in India 2018 (January 2018)

Indian Defence Industry (January 2018)

Rooftop Solar Market in India (2017-18)

Solar Plant Performance in India 2017-18 (January 2018)

Gas in India 2017 (November 2017)

Investment and Market Opportunities in Southeast Asian Infrastructure (December 2017)

Open-Access for Renewables (September 2017)

Affordable Housing in India (October2017)

Infrastructure Projects In Pipeline 2017-22 (October 2017)

Freight Market in India (October 2017)

Storage Infrastructure in India (October 2017)

Mergers and Acquisitions In Infrastructure and Real Estate (September 2017))

Hydro Power in India (September 2017)

Mining in India (August 2017)

Banking Technology in India (August 2017)

Tunnelling in India (2017-25) August 2017

T&D Equipment Market in India (August 2017)

Wind Power in India (August 2017)

Investment and Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure (July 2017)

City Gas Distribution Market in India (July 2017)

Real Estate in India (May 2017)

Urban Rail in India (June 2017)

Solar Power in India (May 2017))

Container Market in India (June 2017)

Airports in India 2017 (May 2017)

Irrigation Market in India (May 2017)

Captive Power in India 2017 (April 2017)

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

Sewage Treatment Market in India (April 2017)

Municipal Solid Waste in India (April 2017)

Construction in India (March 2017)

Coal-based Power Generation in India (February 2017)

Ports in India (March 2017)

Road Development in India (March 2017)

Investment Experience and Opportunities in Infrastructure (February 2017)

Railways in India (January 2017)

 

         
 

Healthcare Market in India 2018 (October 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) will soon release the second edition of “Healthcare Market in India” research report.

SECTION I: Trends, Analysis and Opportunities

  • Market Overview
  • Policy Framework and Government Initiatives
  • Investment Experience and Financing Trends
  • Outlook, Opportunities and Projections (till 2022-2023)

SECTION II : Segment Analysis and Outlook

  • Public Healthcare 
  • Private Healthcare
  • Health Insurance

SECTION III: Emerging Growth Areas and Role of Technology

  • New Areas – Progress and Opportunities
  • Information Technology in Healthcare

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 August 31, 2018.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with an excel-based database and is expected to release in October 2018. I am enclosing the draft table of contents for your review along with an order form.



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Future of Solar O&M in India (September 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Renewable Watch magazine) is currently developing and will soon release a special report on "Future of Solar O&M in India".

The report will cover information on the following areas:

  • Market Size by Segment
  • O&M Evolution
  • Emerging Role of Energy Storage
  • Solar O&M Cost Trajectory (2012-18)
  • Cost Breakup Analysis
    • vehicles and logistics
    • equipment and tools
    • overheads, personnel/manpower, digital
  • Cost Projections (2019-24)
    • business model evolution and key cost considerations
    • impact of scale and impact of energy storage
    • future cost estimates
  • Emerging O&M Business Models
  • Terms of O&M Contracts
  • Grid Management by O&M Players
  • O&M Company Profiles (5-8 profiles of key O&M players in India)
  • Digitisation and Automation at Plant Level

    • emerging role, applications and use case for the following: manpower and material management, automated monitoring and big data analytics, Robotics, etc
    • growing role of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications
    • AI field assistants and predictive analytics
    • key technology providers
    • industry perspective (views of key personnel from the solar O&M industry and technology providers on the growing role of AI, robotics and data analytics)
  • Key Challenges, Best Practices and Case Studies
  • Projected O&M Market Size (from 2019-20 to 2024-25)

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1416. However, we are offering a pre-publication “early-bird” discount. The price is Rs 48,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1133 for orders/payments received before or on August 17, 2018.

The report will be available in a PDF format and is expected to release in September 2018.



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CGD Market in India and LNG Market in India (August 2018)

India Infrastructure research (a sister division of Power Line magazine) has just launched two comprehensive reports on the gas sector in India.

CGD MARKET IN INDIA 2018:

The report will have distinct chapters on the following topics

  • Overview
  • Existing Networks (PNG and CNG)
  • Upcoming Networks (under construction/awarded)
  • Upcoming Networks (under bidding)
  • Bidding Experience
  • Economics and Business Viability
  • Key Players
  • Update on Pipeline Infrastructure
  • Gas Supply Availability and Outlook
  • Demand Projections (till 2024-25)
  • Market Opportunities for Service/Equipment Providers

LNG MARKET IN INDIA 2018:

The report will have distinct chapters on the following topics:

  • Overview
  • Demand Analysis
  • Supply Analysis
  • Pricing Trends and Forecasts
  • Outlook and Projections (till 2022)
  • Existing LNG Terminals
  • Upcoming LNG Terminals (including FSRU terminals)
  • Pipeline Infrastructure
  • Profiles of Major LNG Exporting Countries

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

We are offering a pre-publication discount. The price of each report is Rs 45,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1062 for orders/payments received before or on August 24, 2018.

There is a further 15% discount on the combined purchase of “CGD Market in India 2018” and “LNG Market in India 2018” research reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1805.

The reports will be available in a PDF format and are expected to release by August 2018.



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Banking Technology in India 2018 (September 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) will soon release the “Banking Technology in India 2018” research report.
The top three technology trends that are expected to emerge in a big way in the Indian banking sector are Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and API Banking. The market is moving from exploration of blockchain in 2017 to delivering early pilots and implementations in 2018. Although blockchain tech has been a work-in-progress, projects in banking areas such as trade finance, payments are expected to gather steam and go live. Identity management and KYC are other areas that could see enhanced activity. Artificial intelligence (AI) has rapidly permeated into several domains and banking and finance are one of the biggest spenders on its applications. AI has now definitively moved from lab to production and banks are using these tools to automate repetitive, rule-based manual tasks – from anti-money laundering monitoring to credit card fraud detection. In India, applications in customer engagement and risk analytics especially, are expected to witness significant prospects in India; open banking has made its presence felt through the government’s Unified Payments Interface. In the case of API, with government leading the way with a standard set of APIs (Aadhaar, eKYC and Digital Locker.) and even its own payment app – Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM), the move towards a ‘presence-less, paperless, and cashless service delivery’ system is expected to be the biggest driver for open banking.

The report will have two sections with seven distinct chapters:

  • Technology in Banking - Fintech versus Techfin
  • Major Fintech Deals and Investments in India
  • Current Tech Infrastructure of Banks
  • Application Areas in Focus
    • Core Banking
    • Risk, Identity and Security
    • Cloud Computing
    • Enterprise Applications
  • Outlook for Technology Infrastructure
    • ATMs,
    • PoS,
    • Mobile and Internet Banking
    • Payments
  • Future Prospects and Outlook for:
    • Blockchain
    • AI and Data Analytics
    • API/Open Banking
  • Top Technology Trends for the Future
    • Blockchain
    • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Analytics
    • APIs and Open Banking Systems

The report is priced at Rs 80,000 (plus 18% GST). However, we are offering a special pre-publication discount. The price is Rs 72,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1670 for orders and payments received before or on September 7, 2018.

The report will be available in a PDF format and will release in September 2018



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Captive Power in India (August 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has released the “Captive Power in India 2018” research report.

The report is divided into three sections with eleven chapters:

Section I: Market Trends, Development and Outlook

  • Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Developments
  • Installed Capacity Analysis
  • Focus on Group Captives
  • Captive Power from Renewables
  • Outlook and Projections (Till 2022-23)

Section II: Economics, Fuel Outlook and Trading Options

  • Captive Power Economics
  • Fuel Outlook (Coal, Gas and Liquid Fuels)
  • Grid Power Tariffs
  • Power Trading Options

Section III: Database of Captive Power Plants

The data-base will cover a comprehensive list of about 2,600 captive power plants with information on owner, capacity, location and fuel type.

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

TThe report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1416. The report is available in a PDF format along with a data-set (excel). 



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Sewage Treatment Market in India (August 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has the released the “Sewage Treatment Market in India 2018” research report.

The report is divided into four sections with fourteen distinct chapters:

Section I: Market Overview and Trends

  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Investment Scenario and PPP Experience
  • Focus on Hybrid Annuity Model
  • Intercity Comparison
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Trends in Treatment Technologies

Section II: Market outlook and opportunities

  • Demand Drivers
  • Opportunities under Key Government Programmes
  • Project Pipeline
  • Future Projections and Market Opportunities (till 2023-24)

Section III: Focus on Emerging Segments

  • Energy from Sewage
  • Recycle and Reuse

Section IV: Key City Profiles

  • Profiles of Key Cities (Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, etc)

Each profile covers the overview of the city’s sewage generation level, sewage network, treatment capacity, treatment technologies, policy and regulatory initiatives, upcoming capacity(announced and under construction projects, tariffs, fund allocation and other key measures being undertaken towards recycle and reuse.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1416.

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



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Logistics in India 2018 (July 2018)

India Infrastructure research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Logistics in India 2018” research report.

The report is divided into four sections with fourteen chapters (in addition to the executive summary):

Section I: Overview, Trends and Outlook

  • Overview
  • Growth Drivers
  • Impact of GST on Logistics
  • Investment Experience
  • Project Pipeline
  • Sector Outlook and Opportunities (2018-19 to 2022-23)

Section II: Analysis of Freight and Storage Segments

  • Freight Market
  • Warehousing Market

Section III: New and Emerging Market Segments

  • Multi-modal Logistics Parks
  • Free Trade Warehousing Zones
  • Third Party Logistics
  • Freight Forwarding
  • Value Added Services (packaging, labelling, custom handling, reverse logistics, etc.)

Section IV: Demand from User Industries

  • Key End-user Industries

(Food processing, pharmaceutical, automobiles, electronics, chemicals, textiles, engineering goods, and brick and mortar retail, e-commerce and express logistics)

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

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



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Airports in India(June 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the 2018 edition of “Airports in India” research report

The report is divided into four sections with sixteen distinct chapters:

Section I: Sector Overview, Trends and Outlook

  • Overview
  • Inter Airport Comparison: Key Airports
  • Growth Drivers
  • Project Pipeline
  • Regional Connectivity
  • Sector Outlook and Projections (2018-19 to 2022-23)
  • Financing and Investment Scenario
  • Regulation and Tariffs

Section II: Opportunities in Construction and O&M

  • Passenger Infrastructure
  • Cargo Infrastructure
  • Operation and Maintenance (O&M)

Section III: Opportunities in Equipment and Technology Market

  • Equipment (Communication, Navigation and Surveillance)
  • Technology

Section IV: Profiles of Upcoming and New Airports

  • Focus on Navi Mumbai and Mopa
  • Other Key Projects

Each profile provides project overview, expected capacity addition, expected traffic projections, current status, project timelines, etc.

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

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Clean Bus Market in India: Hybrid, Electric, Gas-Based (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Renewable Watch magazine) has released a special report on "Clean Bus Market in India: Hybrid, Electric, Gas-based".

The report is divided into two sections with eight chapters:

Section I: Market Trends and Outlook    

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Growth Drivers
  • Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Competitive Landscape

Section II: Segment Focus

  • Hybrid Bus Market
  • Electric Bus Market (Battery Operated)
  • Gas-based Bus Market (CNG, LNG, Biogas)

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

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Waste to Energy (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of PowerLine magazine) has released a special report on "Waste to Energy 2018".

The Waste to energy (WtE) sector has started gaining traction in the last couple of years due to a number of factors. Initiatives such as the Swachh Bharat Mission and Smart Cities Mission have been driving the growth of WtE plants in the country. Currently, there are over 180 waste-to-energy (WtE) plants based on municipal solid waste (MSW), urban, industrial and agricultural waste/residues for generation of power and biogas to meet thermal and electrical energy needs of industries and for production of Bio-CNG for transportation as well as cooking fuel, etc. According to industry estimates, India produces over 151,816 tonnes per day (tpd) of smart waste, which has the potential to generate over 1,100 MW of power. However, most cities in the country lack proper segregation, transportation and storage facilities to tap this potential. Only 23 per cent of the total waste generated is processed. There is thus tremendous potential for these projects in India going forward. Meanwhile, the pace of technology adoption in the WtE segment has also improved over the years. Urban local bodies are deploying advanced control and automation solutions for WtE facilities. A number of new projects have been announced by the urban local bodies under various programmes.

The report is divided two sections with ten chapters:

SECTION A: MARKET OVERVIEW, TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • Executive Summary
  • Current Scenario
  • Enabling Policy Framework
  • Future Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Analysis of Operational Projects
  • Economics and Financing

SECTION B: SEGMENT ANALYSIS

  • MSW-based Power Projects
  • Industrial Waste-based Power Projects
  • Bio-gas Projects
  • Bio-CNG Projects

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Competitive Bidding for Wind Projects (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Renewable Watch magazine) has released 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 has distinct chapters on the following topics:

  • 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)

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Optic Fibre Cable Market in India (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Tele.net magazine) has released a special report on “Optic Fibre Cable Market in India”.

A continuous upsurge in data services has created significant demand for optic fibre cable (OFC) networks, both on the last mile and backhaul fronts. As the telecom sector moves towards 5G technology, and the government works towards realisation of the Digital India, Smart Cities and BharatNet targets, the OFC industry is set to witness much higher demand. OFC will be essential to support high bandwidth services such as video-on-demand, virtual reality, IoT and artificial intelligence. Telecom operators have already increased capex guidance for strengthening their OFC networks. Organisations such as Indian Railways and Defence, and utilities in the power, oil & gas and CGD spaces have also earmarked significant capex for enhancing their OFC networks. Growing digitisation of cable TV networks will further add to OFC demand by multiple-system operators.

The report focuses on the following areas:

  • OFC Market Overview
  • Market Size and Trends
  • Growth Drivers for OFC
  • Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • Demand Projections and Outlook
  • Bharatnet: Strategies, Design and Implementation
  • Telecom Operators
  • Internet Service Providers
  • Cable TV/DTH
  • Utilities
  • National Transmission/Transportation Networks
  • Defence

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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)

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Mining Equipment Market (May 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the "Mining Equipment Market: Market Size and Trends; Outlook and Projections (2018-22)" research report.

The report is divided into three sections with thirteen chapters:

Section I: Market Size, Trends and Growth Drivers

  • Executive Summary
  • Mining Industry Trends and Outlook
  • Equipment Size and Growth
  • Equipment and Technology Trends
  • Growth Drivers
  • Key Consuming Segments
  • Procurement Plans of Mining Companies

Section II: Demand Projections (2018-22) 

  • Drilling
  • Loading
  • Haulage
  • Crushing, Pulverizing and Screening Equipment
  • Auxiliary and Support Equipment

Section III: Competitive Landscape

This section covers the major players and each profile covers information on:

  • existing and planned manufacturing capacity,
  • product portfolio,
  • recent initiatives,
  • financial performance, etc.

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

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Coal-Based Power Generation in India 2018 (April 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has released the “Coal-based Power Generation in India 2018” research report, the most comprehensive report on the Indian thermal power sector.

The report is divided into six sections with eighteen chapters:

SECTION I: Overview and Recent Developments

  • Size and Growth
  • Policy Initiatives and Developments
  • Update on Stressed Assets
  • Need for Flexibilisation
  • Emission Control Regulations
  • Impact of Renewables

SECTION II: Plant Profile and Operation Performance

  • Plant Performance Analysis
  • Candidates for Shutdown and O&M

SECTION III: Coal Supply, Prices and Outlook 

  • Coal Supply Scenario
  • Trends in Coal Procurement
  • Coal Prices
  • Coal Transportation

SECTION IV: Costs and Tariffs 

  • Tariffs and Prices
  • Generation Costs

SECTION V: Market Outlook and Opportunities 

  • New Project Pipeline
  • Future Outlook
  • Market Opportunities for Technology Providers

SECTION VI: Key Power Producers 

  • Major Players

Each profile will include information on current capacity, upcoming projects, operating performance and financial performance.

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Urban Rail in India (April 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Urban Rail in India 2018” research report.

The report is divided into three sections with sixteen chapters:

SECTION I: Market Trends and Outlook

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Focus on Metro Rail Policy 2017
  • Investment and Financing Experience
  • Prospects for PPP
  • Project Pipeline
  • Investment Outlook and Opportunities (till 2024-25)

SECTION II: Segment Analysis, Outlook and Opportunities 

  • Rolling Stock
  • Signalling, Train Control & Telecommunications
  • Fare Collection Systems
  • Construction: Metro Tunnels
  • Construction: Elevated MRTS Structures
  • Stations
  • Traction and E&M

SECTION III: Project Profiles* 

  • Operational and Under Construction Projects
  • Announced, Planned, Approved and Under Bidding Projects
    • Metro Rail
    • Light Rail Transit Projects
    • Monorail Projects

Each project profile covers information on:

  • project background and scope
  • implementing agency
  • project cost, time and cost overruns
  • key consultant and contractors
  • key milestones and sources of fund
  • recent contracts and upcoming tenders
  • current status
  • etc.

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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.

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



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Ports in India 2018 (March 2018)

IIndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Ports in India 2018” research report.

The report is divided into five sections with twenty four chapters:

SECTION I: Sector Trends, Outlook and Opportunities
  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Policy Initiatives and Impact
  • Other Recent Developments
  • Sagarmala: Progress and Opportunities
  • Sector Outlook and Opportunities
  • Performance Analysis
  • PPP Experience and Outlook
  • Focus on East Coast Port Development
SECTION II: Project Pipeline and Analysis
  • Projects at Major Ports
  • Expansion Projects at Non-major Ports
  • New and Upcoming Non-major Ports
SECTION III: Key Focus Areas
  • Inland Water Transport
  • Coastal Shipping
  • Modernisation and Mechanisation
  • Port Connectivity
  • Other Focus Areas
SECTION IV: Commodities Analysis
  • Coal
  • Iron Ore
  • Fertilisers
  • Containers
  • POL

(Each profile will cover information on traffic trends, handling capacity, berthing facilities, ongoing & upcoming projects, key issues and challenges, outlook and projections, etc)

SECTION V: Operational Port Profiles

  • Major Ports - Each profile will cover operational (traffic, capacity, efficiency performance) and financial performance (income, expenditure, surplus), existing infrastructure, and a snapshot of ongoing and upcoming projects.
  • Non-Major Port Profiles - Each profile covers operational (traffic, capacity, efficiency performance) and financial performance (income, expenditure, surplus), existing infrastructure, and a snapshot of ongoing and upcoming projects.

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

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Smart Cities in India (February 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher Indian Infrastructure magazine) has just released the 2018 edition of ‘Smart Cities in India’ research report.

The 2018 edition is divided into five sections with twenty-three distinct chapters:

Section I: Overview and Progress under Smart Cities Mission 

  • Overview
  • Round I – First 20 Cities
  • Fast Track Competition – 13 Cities
  • Round II – 27 Cities
  • Round III – 30 Cities
  • Round IV – 9 Cities
  • International Collaborations
  • Risk, Challenges and Impact Assessment

Section II: Investments, Outlook and Opportunities

  • Financing Needs and Challenges
  • PPP Potential and Outlook
  • Analysis of Project Pipeline (by 2025-26)
  • Outlook and Market Opportunities (by 2025-26)

Section III: Segment Analysis & Opportunities (till 2025-26)

  • Smart Mobility
  • Smart Water and Waste Management
  • Smart Energy
  • Smart Safety and Security
  • Smart Governance and Communication
  • Affordable Housing
  • Other Focus Areas

Section IV: Global and Indian Case Studies*

  • Case Studies of Select Smart Cities in India
  • Case Studies of Existing Global Smart Cities

*Each case study will provide information on: Key Focus Areas, New Innovations and Technologies, Business and Financial Models, Best Practices & Key Learning’s, Issues and Challenges

Section V: Database of Key Projects**
A comprehensive excel-based database of projects across water supply, sewerage, waste, energy, mobility, roads, flyovers, safety and security, e-governance, healthcare, capacity building and city gas distribution segments.

Each project will provide information on:

  • Scope
  • Project Cost
  • Current Status
  • Type of Project
  • Contractor/Developer
  • Completion Date (wherever available)

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 18% GST) or USD 1770. The report is available in a PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based database.




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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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Railways in India 2018 (January 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Railways in India 2018” research report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the railway sector in India.

The report will have distinct chapters on the following topics

  • Key Trends
  • Recent Developments
  • Project Pipeline & Analysis
  • Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • PPP Experience and Opportunities
  • Make in India
  • IR’s Financial Performance
  • Traffic Trends: Freight & Passenger
  • Rolling Stock Requirements
  • Construction: Tracks, Bridges & Tunnels
  • Safety
  • Energy Requirements including RE
  • Dedicated Freight Corridor
  • High-Speed Rail Corridors
  • Station Infrastructure Development
  • Logistic Parks
  • Railway PSU profiles

The report would be accompanied by two special updates:

  • Update 1: Special Bulletin on Budget (February 2018)
  • Update 2: New Projects and Key Sector Developments (May 2018)

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



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Road Development in India 2018 (January 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister concern of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the 11th edition of ‘Road Development in India 2018’ research report

The  special package includes  four key elements:
- Annual Research Report           
- Excel based Data-set       
- 11 Monthly Updates   
- 52 Weekly Newsletters

The report has seven distinct sections with twenty chapters:

Section I: Market Trends and Outlook

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Policy Changes and Initiatives
  • Project Pipeline
  • Future Outlook and Market Opportunities

Section II: Implementation Models: Experience and Opportunities

  •  Hybrid Annuity Model
  •  Toll-Operate-Transfer
  •  Build-Operate-Transfer
  •  Engineering Procurement & Construction
  • Operate, Maintain and Transfer

Section III: Investment and M&A Experience

  •  Financing Scenario
  •  M&A Landscape and Activity

Section IV: Construction Equipment and Material Market

  •  Equipment Market Overview & Outlook
  •  Material Market Overview & Outlook

Section V: Key Government Programmes

  • Update on NHDP
  • Road Development in Northeast
  • Upcoming Government Programmes

Section VI: State Road Development

  • Interstate Comparison
  • Profiles of Key States*

Section VII: Key Players

  • Profiles for Leading Players**

* Each state profile covers road network, recent developments and project portfolio (completed, under implementation and upcoming)

** Each player profile provides an overview of the project portfolio (completed, under-construction and planned projects), financial performance, recent development, future plans, etc.

The monthly updates includes summary of major monthly trends, key new developments, policy & regulatory developments, status of key projects/programmes (NHDP/others), upcoming bids, contracts, tenders etc., information on new projects and key data and statistics.

The weekly newsletters includes new developments in the Indian road sector relating to policy, projects and developers; NHDP and other programmes; construction contracts; loans and investments, mergers and acquisitions etc.

The package is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 18% GST).  The report is available in a PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based dataset.










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Indian Defence Industry (January 2018)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the third edition of “Indian Defence Industry 2017-18” research report.

The report is divided into three sections with nineteen distinct chapters:

Section I: Market Size, Trends and Outlook

  • Sector Overview
  • Defence Budget Analysis
  • DPP 2016 and Strategic Partnership Model
  • Potential for Private Sector Participation
  • Major Programmes/Acquisitions – Updates and Opportunities
  • R&D Landscape
  • Role of MSMEs
  • Progress in Defence Offsets
  • Trends in Defence Exports and Imports
  • Future Outlook and Market Opportunities

Section II: Segment Overview, Key Trends and Market Opportunities

  • Aerospace
  • Armoured Vehicles, Arms and Ammunitions
  • Defence Logistics Vehicles
  • Electronics and Communication Systems
  • Shipbuilding

Section III: Key Players

  • Profiles of Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs)*
  • Ordnance Factory Board
  • Private Players

*Each profile gives an overview of the DPSU’s operations, indirect imports and vendor development, share in defence procurement, capex estimates, indigenisation targets, modernisation initiatives, key collaborations, R&D initiatives, financial performance, and future plans and strategies.

**Each profile gives an overview of the company’s operations, key contracts serviced, equipment supplied, recent collaborations, joint ventures, and future plans and strategies.

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



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