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India Infrastructure publishes research reports in the areas of power, oil & gas, ports & shipping, roads & bridges, telecommunications, aviation and water.

Our reports are acknowledged as high-quality, user-friendly, up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive sources of information. They range from sector overviews (Power in India, for example) to more intensive studies of segments and sub-segments (like Transmission of Power).

 
  Recent reports

Solar Plant Performance in India (December 2015)

Coal in India (November 2015)

Municipal Solid Waste in India (November 2015)

Sewage Treatment Market in India ( November 2015)

Power Transmission in India (October 2015)

Opportunities in the Indian Defence Industry (September 2015)

Construction in India :Trends, Outlook and Projections(September 2015)

Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure (September 2015)

Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs (September 2015)

Gas in India (August 2015)

Investment and Market Opportunities in Myanmar's Infrastructure (July 2015)

Container Market in India (July 2015)

Enterprise Mobility in India (May 2015)

Smart Cities in India (May 2015)

Industrial Water Sector (May 2015)

Municipal Water Sector (May 2015)

Captive Power in India : Key Trends and Market Outlook (May 2015)

Airports Development in India : Sector Analysis, Upcoming Projects and Market Outlook (April 2015)

Power Sector in India : Sector Trends, Market Outlook and Future Projections (June 2015)

Solar Power in India (March 2015)

Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline (February 2015)

Road Development in India (February 2015)

Mining in India (February 2015)

Railways in India (January 2015)

Ports in India (January 2015)

Dredging in India (January 2015)

Wind Power in India 2014-15 (January 2015 )

 

         
 

Solar Plant Performance in India (December 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) has just released the “Solar Plant Performance in India 2015” report.

The report is divided into twelve chapters:

  • Solar Power Overview
  • Review of Solar Plant Performance
  • Plant Performance by State/Location
  • Plant Performance by Size
  • Plant Performance by Technology
  • Plant Performance by Developer Type
  • Plant Performance by Developers
  • Plant Performance by Module Manufacturers
  • Plant Performance by EPC Contractors
  • Plant Performance by Year of Commissioning
  • Case Studies*
  • Database of Plants Tracked

*The case studies will include information on size, location, technology, vendors, cost, performance and implementation.

The report is priced at Rs. 50,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 and is available in PDF format along with data-set (in excel sheets).

 

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Coal in India (November 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure and Power Line magazines) has released the "Coal in India 2015" research report.

The report has two sections with twenty chapters:

Section A: Sector Overview: 

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Policy Developments (last one year)
  • Coal Block Auctions
  • Coal Reserves
  • Domestic Supply
  • Key Consumer Segment – Power
  • Key Consumer Segments - Others (Steel, Cement, Sponge Iron, etc.)
  • Price Trends
  • Coal Imports and Global Trends
  • Coal Transportation and Logistics
  • Coal Washing
  • Technology and Equipment
  • Focus on Underground Mining
  • Market Opportunity for MDOs
  • Future Outlook and Projections (till 2019-20)

Section B: Coal Producer Profiles:

  • Coal India Limited and its Subsidiaries, Singareni Collieries Company Limited, Neyveli Lignite Corporation: Each profile includes information about reserves, production, operational performance, financials and strategy & outlook.
  • Leading Captive Players: Each profile includes information about allocated coal blocks, reserves, end-use, price bid, present status and expected production.

 

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1367. The report is available in PDF format along with a data-set.

 

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Municipal Solid Waste in India (November 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has recently released the 2015 edition of the “Municipal Solid Waste in India 2015” research report.

The report is divided into three sections with twelve chapters:

Section I: Market Overview and Outlook:

  • Sector Snapshot
  • New Government Programmes/ Regulations
  • Inter-City Comparison
  • Financing Options and Structures
  • Market Outlook and Projections (till 2020)
  • Cost Economics
  • PPP Potential and the Way Forward
  • Emerging Growth Areas

Section II: Segment Analysis:

  • Collection and Transportation
  • Treatment and Disposal
  • Waste to Energy

Section III: Key Projects:

  • Project Profiles: Each project will contain information on implementing agency, project scope, capacity, total cost, type of contract, key stakeholders, current status, expected date of completion, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15.per cent service tax) or USD 1144 and is available in PDF format along with data-set in excel sheets.

 

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Municipal Solid Waste in India (October 2015) (form)

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Sewage Treatment Market in India ( November 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the 2015 edition of the “Sewage Treatment Market in India” research report.

The report is divided into three sections with nine chapters:

  • Size and Growth
  • New Government Programmes/ Initiatives
    • AMRUT, Smart Cities, Swachh Bharat Mission and National Mission for Ganga
  • City-wise Analysis of STPS
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • Market Outlook and Projections (till 2020)

Section II: Emerging Segments:

  • Recycle and Reuse
  • Energy from Sewage Treatment Plants

Section III: Key Projects:

  • Project Profiles: Each project will contain information on implementing agency, project scope, capacity, total cost, type of contract, key stakeholders, current status, expected date of completion, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 and is available in PDF format along with data-set in excel sheets.

 

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Power Transmission in India (November 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of PowerLine magazine) has released the seventh edition of the “Power Transmission in India 2015” report.

The report has two sections with fifteen chapters:

Section A: Sector Analysis:

  • Size and Growth
  • Key Recent Developments
  • Regulatory Developments
  • Inter-State Comparison
  • High Capacity Power Transmission Corridors
  • Private Sector Participation
  • Grid Integration of Renewable Energy
  • Cross-Border Opportunities
  • Future Outlook and Projections
  • Equipment Market Outlook

Section B: Transco Profiles:

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

Each profile includes key facts about the company, transmission network details (capacity, line length, substations, transformer capacity, etc.), transmission losses, expenditure, planned projects, key contact, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1367.

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

 

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Power Transmission in India (October 2015) (form)

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Opportunities in the Indian Defence Industry (October 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the report on Opportunities in the Indian Defence Industry.

The Indian defence industry has grown substantially in the recent years. India has emerged as the largest importer of defence weapons and military equipment. The industry structure has changed with the entry of private players. The foreign direct investment (FDI) cap has also been increased to 49 per cent. The government’s vision for indigenous manufacturing and political intent to drive growth provides a promising outlook for the sector.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indian defence sector outlining the key trends, examining recent developments, analyzing business and policy environment and highlighting market opportunities. It also covers in-depth analysis and future outlook of key defence segments.

Post release the report contains added information on defence budget, expenditure, R&D landscape, capital budget & expenditure, export scenario, market projections for defence electronics, offset contracts, etc.

The report has three sections with fourteen chapters:

Section I: Sector Overview and Trends:

  • Size and Growth
  • Business and Policy Environment
  • Government and Private Collaboration
  • Purchasing Policy and Procedures

Section II: Segment Analysis and Opportunities:

  • Opportunities in Design and Engineering Services
  • Opportunities in Defence Equipment
  • Focus on Defence Electronics
  • Focus on Defence Aerospace
  • Opportunities in Defence Offset

  Section III: Profiles of Key Players:

  • Defence Public Sector Undertakings
  • Indian Ordnance Factories
  • Other Key Players

Each profile covers company background, operational details, product offerings, financial details, key projects/orders, tie-ups and JVs, future plans, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or  USD 1700.

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

 

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Opportunities in the Indian Defence Industry (September 2015) (form)

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Construction in India :Trends, Outlook and Projections(October 2015)

India Infrastructure Research has released the seventh edition of the “Construction in India” report.

The report is divided into five sections with twenty chapters (in addition to executive summary and the appendix):

Section I: Construction Market Overview:

  • Market Size and Growth
  • Project Pipeline and Market Opportunities
  • Financing Needs and Challenges

Section II: Construction Demand - Infrastructure and Housing:

  • Roads and Bridges
  • Ports
  • Power
  • Airports
  • Water Supply and Irrigation
  • Urban Transport
  • Railways
  • Housing
  • Tunnels

Section III: Contracting Capacity and Performance:

  • Market Size and Key Players
  • Inter-Contractor Performance (Leading Players)

Section IV: Equipment Market:

  • Size and Growth
  • Leasing and Rental Market
  • Future Outlook and Projections (till 2020)

Section V: Key Materials:

  • Cement
  • Steel
  • Bitumen and Other Materials

The report is priced at Rs. 60,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1367.  The report is available in a PDF format.

 

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Construction in India(October 2015) (form)

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Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure (September 2015)

India Infrastructure Research has released “Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure” research report.

The “Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure” report has two sections:

Section A:

  • Executive Summary
  • Network Size and Growth
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Operational Performance
  • Future Outlook and Projections

Section B: Discom Profiles:
Each profile includes information on operational area, line length, transformer capacity, number of substations, number of feeders, number of consumers, energy sales, AT&C losses, planned capex, metering status, reliability indices and planned network additions.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144.

There is a further 15% discount on the combined purchase of Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure and Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1955.

The report is now available in a PDF format.

 

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Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure (August 2015) (form)

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Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs (September 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (sister division of PowerLine magazine) has released the “Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs” research report.

The “Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs” report has two sections:

Section A:
    Executive Summary
    Discom Finances
    Discoms’ Cost of Power Purchase
    Tariff Trends
    Future Outlook and Projections

Section B: Discom Profiles:
Each profile includes information on key financials, total power purchase cost, cost of power purchase per unit, source-wise power purchase cost, tariffs and trends in tariff growth.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144.

There is a further 15% discount on the combined purchase of Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure and Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1955.

The report is available in a PDF format.

 

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Gas in India (September 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has just released the “Gas in India 2015” report.

The “Gas in India 2015” report covers full spectrum - upstream, midstream and downstream - with 20 distinct chapters:

SUMMARY AND OVERVIEW
  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
MARKETPLACE
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Pricing
E&P
  • Reserves and Basins
  • Exploration and Production Scenario
  • New Revenue Sharing Model
  • Coal Bed Methane
  • Shale Gas Prospects

LNG

  • Existing LNG Infrastructure
  • LNG Imports
  • Recent Price Dynamics and Impact
  • Upcoming LNG Infrastructure

PIPELINES

  • Network Size and Growth
  • Future Outlook

CITY GAS DISTRIBUTION

  • Market Size and Growth
  • Licensing, Bids and Automation
  • CGD Market Potential
  • Future Projections


The report is priced at Rs. 60,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 and is available in PDF format along with data-set (in excel sheets).

 

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Investment and Market Opportunities in Myanmar's Infrastructure (July 2015)


Indian Infrastructure Research, in collaboration with Southeast Asia Infrastructure magazine has just released the report on “Investment and Market Opportunities in Myanmar’s Infrastructure”.

In the last few years, Myanmar has introduced a slew of political and economic reforms that have opened up new opportunities for investments. This report offers a comprehensive review of such opportunities in infrastructure sectors. It also discusses the policy and regulatory framework, the various sources of infrastructure financing, and the emerging role of public-private partnerships. It covers upcoming projects and proposed investments in various infrastructure sectors, highlighting market opportunities for equipment manufacturers and service providers.
The report has two sections with fourteen chapters:

Section I–Country Overview

  • Country Overview
  • Investment Policy Framework
  • Foreign Investment in Myanmar’s Infrastructure
  • Financing Options and Trends
  • Market and Investment Opportunities

Section II–Sector-wise Analysis

  • Roads and Bridges
  • Airports
  • Ports
  • Power
  • Oil and Gas
  • Telecom
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Railways
  • SEZs/Industrial Zones

Each chapter in this section covers information on size and growth, policy framework, key sector reforms, pricing and tariffs, key agencies, market structure and key players, investment projections, project pipeline, market opportunities and key issues.

The report is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 15% service tax).

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

 

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Container Market in India (August 2015)

IIndia Infrastructure Research has just released the first edition of “Container Market in India 2015” report.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indian container market outlining the key trends, examining recent developments, presenting industry outlook and providing future projections. It provides an in-depth analysis for each of the key segments/modes - ports, railways, roads, coastal shipping and inland waterways. The report discusses the impact of dedicated freight corridor project on container movement. It also examines the key trends, developments and outlook for infrastructure like CFSs/ICDs, logistics parks and free trade warehousing zones.
 
The report is divided into eleven distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview of the Industry
  • Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Container Traffic/Infrastructure at Ports
  • Container Traffic by Rail
  • Impact of Dedicated Freight Corridor
  • Container Traffic by Road
  • Coastal Shipping/Inland Waterways
  • Refrigerated Container Transport
  • CFS/ICDs
  • Logistics Parks and FTWZs

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15 service tax) and is available in a presentation format (PDF) along with data set (excel sheets).

 

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Container Market in India (August 2015)(form)

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Enterprise Mobility in India (June 2015)

The objective of this report is to provide a snapshot of where the large enterprise mobility market is and a projection of where it is headed. This report is based on our interviews with decision makers in 230 large organisations, as part of our Enterprise Telequest research project.

The report provides trends, outlook and projections for “mobilisation” in the following application areas:

  • Enterprise Resource Planning 
  • Field Force Management 
  • Sales Force Automation 
  • Customer Relationship Management
  •  Supply Chain Management 
  •  Inventory Management
  •  Business Intelligence
The report also provides trends for the following segments:

  • Mobile Workforce   
  • Mobile Provision     
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Expenditure on Handsets and Services

The report provides analysis for the following key segments

  • Financial Services and Institutions   
  • Fast-moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)   
  • Government and Utilities   
  • Media and Entertainment      
  • Logistics and Transportation 
  • Travel and Hospitality
  • Banking
  • IT and ITES
  • Retail
  • Education
  • Manufacturing

The deliverables include: i) PDF presentation of key findings and future outlook; ii) Data tables in Excel format; and iii) Up to 10 hours of analyst time to resolve report-specific queries.

The report is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus15 per cent service tax) or USD 1800

 

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Smart Cities in India (May 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (sister division of Indian Infrastructure and Smart Utilities magazine) has released the first edition of “Smart Cities in India 2015” research report.
 
The report provides a realistic assessment of both the market opportunities as well as the very real challenges that smart city initiatives will face in India.
 
The report is divided into two sections with fifteen distinct chapters:
 
Section I: Smart City – Concept, Programme, Experience and Current Landscape

  • Smart City: Concept and Development
  • 100 Smart Cities Scheme
  • Experience so far: Case Studies
  • New Smart Cities
  • ICT and Urban Local Bodies: Current Status and Future Plans
  • Competitive Landscape\

Section II: Smart City Elements – Segments and Market Opportunities

  • Smart Technology and Infrastructure
  • Smart Governance
  • Smart City Planning
  • Smart Transportation
  • Smart Buildings
  • Smart Energy
  • Smart Water and Waste Management
  • Smart Safety and Security
  • Other Citizen Services

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for a Site Licence and Rs 1,12,500 (plus 14.5% service tax) or USD 2533 for an Enterprise Licence.

The report is accompanied by a presentation in PDF format .

 

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Industrial Water Sector (May 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Industrial Water Sector 2015” research report.

The Industrial Water Sector report has 15 distinct chapters:

  • Overview
  • Water Supply and Demand
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Segment Size and Growth
  • Tariff and Costs
  • Treatment Technology Market
  • Recycle and Reuse
  • Desalination
  • Project Profiles (Under Implementation/ Upcoming)
  • Consumer Segments
    • Thermal Power
    • Textiles
    • Paper and Pulp
    • Oil Refineries
    • Steel
    • Others Consumers (Fertilizers and Chemicals, Cement, etc.)

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a further 15% discount on purchase of both “Municipal Water Sector 2015” and “Industrial Water Sector 2015” reports. The two reports together cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15 % service tax) or USD 1955 for Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence. 

The report is now available in a PDF format.
 

 

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Municipal Water Sector (May 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Municipal Water Sector 2015” research report. 
 
The Municipal Water Sector report has 16 distinct chapters:

  • Overview
  • Water Supply and Demand
  • Policy and Institutional Framework
  • Municipal Segment Size and Growth
  • Pricing and Tariff Structure
  • Impact Assessment of the JNNURM
  • New Government Programmes and Initiatives
  • Financing Experience
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • 24x7 Water Supply
  • Metering Water Services
  • Non Revenue Water
  • Segment Outlook and Opportunities  (2015-2020)
  • Profile of Water Utilities
  • Key Project Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a further 15% discount on purchase of both “Municipal Water Sector 2015” and “Industrial Water Sector 2015” reports. The two reports together cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15 % service tax) or USD 1955 for Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence. 

 

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Captive Power in India : Key Trends and Market Outlook (May 2015)

The eighth edition of the “Captive Power in India” report has the latest information on the segment and is divided into two distinct sections:

Section I:
This section has 13 distinct chapters covering:

  • Executive Summary
  • Captive Power Overview
  • Key Developments (Over past 1 year)
  • Total Installed Capacity Analysis
  • Grid Power Tariffs
  • Captive Power Economics
  • Fuel Outlook
  • Captive Power from Renewable Sources
  • Emerging Captive Power Models
  • Sale Options for Captive Power Generators
  • Policy and Regulation
  • Future Outlook and Demand Projections
  • Illustrative Case Histories

Section II:
This section has the most comprehensive database covering over 2500 captive power plants with information on:

  • Owner
  • Capacity
  • Location
  • Fuel Type

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format and also be accompanied by a data-set (excel files).

 

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Airports Development in India : Sector Analysis, Upcoming Projects and Market Outlook (April 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the fourth edition of “Airports Development in India 2015” research report.
 
The report has chapters on (in addition to the appendix):

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • New Government’s Approach to Airport Development
  • Size and Growth
  • Financing Experience
  • PPP Experience and Outlook
  • Airlines Overview
  • Sector Outlook
  • No-frills Airports
  • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
  • Cargo Infrastructure
  • Brownfield Project Pipeline
  • Greenfield Project Pipeline
  • Key Greenfield Airport Profiles

In addition to the above, there are sections with detailed information on key airports and leading industry players:

Airport Profiles: Each airport profile covers traffic trends, capacity, current infrastructure, key ongoing projects, upcoming projects, financial performance, etc.
 
Player Profiles: Each player profile covers background, operations, key initiatives, financial performance, etc.
 
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence. 

The report is available along with a presentation in PDF

 

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Power Sector in India : Sector Trends, Market Outlook and Future Projections (June 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has just released the report on "Power Sector in India Trends, Market Outlook and Future Projections".

The report is accompanied by a slide presentation. It has two sections with seventeen chapters:

Section I: Macro-Analysis of the Sector:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Significant Developments
  • Power Demand and Supply
  • Fuel Trends (Coal and Gas)
  • Key Policy Initiatives
  • Costs and Tariffs
  • Key Government Programmes
  • Regulatory Outlook
  • Financing
  • Project Pipeline
  • Outlook and Projections (till 2020)

Section II: Segment Analysis:

  • Generation
  • Transmission
  • Distribution
  • Renewable Energy
  • Power Trading

For each segment, the report covers topics such as size and growth, key trends, recent significant developments, investment requirements, opportunities, growth drivers, outlook and projections till 2020.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1367 for a Site Licence and Rs 90,000 (plus 15 % service tax) or USD 2033 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
The report (write-up and presentation) is available in PDF format .

 

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Solar Power in India (April 2015)

The sixth edition of “Solar Power in India” report is the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the solar power sector in India.

The report has three distinct sections:

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

  • Executive Summary
  • Key Trends
  • Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and its Impact
  • JNNSM Update
  • State Solar Policies and Programmes
  • Financing
  • Economics of Solar Power
  • Domestic Manufacturing
  • Future Outlook and Projections (till 2019)

Section B: Segment Analysis

  • Solar Parks and UMSPPs
  • Utility-Scale Projects
  • Solar Rooftop Projects
  • Captive Solar Segment
  • Focus on Off-grid

Section C: Player Profiles

  • Leading Developer Profiles: This section covers current portfolio, operational performance, financials, project pipeline, future plans, etc. of the major developers in the country.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence. 

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Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline (March 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure and Power Line) has just released the second edition of “Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline(2015) report.
 
The report presents a comprehensive view of the upcoming projects across eleven key sectorspower, oil and gas, coal, renewable energy, roads and bridges, ports, airports, railways, urban transport, water supply and sanitation, and waste management. It further segments the pipeline by key project development stages – projects announced, awarded, under construction and completed.
 
The report has two sections with fourteen chapters:
 
Section I: Overview:

  • Executive Summary
  • Infrastructure Project Pipeline
  • Project Pipeline Analysis (by sector, ownership, state, promoter, contractor, etc.)

Section II: Project Pipeline Analysis by Sector:

  • Roads and Bridges
  • Ports
  • Urban Transport
  • Railways
  • Airports
  • Power
  • Oil and Gas
  • Renewable Energy
  • Coal
  • Water Supply and Sanitation
  • Waste Management

Each sector has a separate chapter providing details in terms of number of projects, investment size, capacity, pipeline by project stage, projects announced, projects awarded, projects under construction (expected completion in 2015-16/ 2016-17/ 2017-18), projects completed in 2014, outlook and projections.
 
In addition, subscribers will receive three quarterly updates providing information on:

  • New Projects
  • Project Commissionings
  • Project Awards
  • Financial Closures
  • Key New Developments (policy/market/finance)
  • Updated Project Pipeline
The report(along with the quarterly updates) is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1367. 
 
The report is available along with the presentations in PDF format.

 

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Road Development in India (March 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher for Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the “Road Development in India 2015” research report. The report is sold as a part of a special package designed in response to customer need for continuing information updates on developments in the Indian road sector.

This package has three elements:

  • Road Development in India Report (PDF Format)
  • 11 Monthly Updates (PDF Format)
  • 52 Weekly Newsletters (PDF Format)

The “Road Development in India 2015” report has 15 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • New Government Policy and Initiatives
  • EPC Opportunity
  • Way Forward for PPP
  • Project Performance Comparison
  • Developer Performance Comparison
  • Financing Trends and Requirements
  • OMT Experience and Market Outlook
  • Equipment/Materials Market Outlook and Projections
  • Progress under NHDP
  • Update on SARDP-NE
  • Inter-state Comparison
  • Profiles of Key States (Full Section) 
  • Key Player Profiles (Full Section)

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

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

The package is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 2,256.

The report is available along with the presentations in PDF format.

 

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Mining in India ( March 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publishers of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has released the "Mining in India 2015" research report.

The 2015 edition has four distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Emerging Policy Scenario
  • Focus on Coal Mining
  • Key Players and Industry Performance
  • Factors Impacting the Mining Sector
  • Future Outlook
  • Financing and Cost Economics
  • Equipment Market
  • Environmental Issues

Section II: Trends in Key Minerals

  • Coal
  • Lignite
  • Bauxite
  • Iron Ore
  • Other Metallic Minerals
  • Non-Metallic Minerals

Section III: Company Profiles - Each profile will include production trends, project announcements and initiatives, recent contracts, expansion plans, financial performance.

Section IV: Mining Projects - Review of major mining projects proposed and under development - Mineral-wise Analysis of project pipeline (developer, capacity, cost, location, current status and expected completion), Projects by Stage and Projects by State.
 
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
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Railways in India (January 2015)

The report will have 21 chapters (in addition to the appendix):

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and Initiatives
  • Railways Finance and Investments
  • PPP Opportunities
  • Key Railway Projects in the Pipeline
  • Market Opportunities
  • Freight
  • Passenger
  • High Speed Rail
  • Rolling Stock
  • Stations and Terminals
  • Tracks
  • Railway Bridges
  • Signalling and Telecommunication
  • Safety
  • Catering and Tourism
  • Energy Conservation
  • DFC and DMIC
  • Northeast Rail Connectivity
  • Profiles of Key Rail PSUs

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with the Indian rail sector: IR-related organisations, rail operators, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, construction contractors, logistics firms, equipment providers, shipping lines, port trusts/operators, port IT providers, port service providers, funding/development agencies, consultancy organisations, financial institutions and banks, etc.
 
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Ports in India (January 2015)

The “Ports in India 2015” report will provide the very latest information on the sector and will have 18 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Inter-port Comparison
  • Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Emerging Growth Areas
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • Policy and Institutional Framework
  • Overview of Costal Shipping and IWT
  • Dry Bulk Cargo
  • Liquid Bulk Cargo
  • Container Cargo
  • Overall Project Analysis
  • Key Major Port Projects
  • Key Non-major Port Projects
  • Major Port Profiles
  • Operational Private Non-major Port Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a special 15 per cent discount on combined purchase of “Ports in India 2015” and “Dredging in India 2015”  reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15.per cent service tax)or USD 1956 for a Site Licencand Rs 127,500 (plus 15. per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Dredging in India (January 2015)

The “Dredging in India 2015” report will highlight the recent trends and developments in the sector and will have 12 distinct chapters :

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • New Dredging Policy
  • Recent Developments
  • Project Pipeline
  • Market Size and Potential
  • Issues and Challenges
  • Maintenance Dredging
  • Capital Dredging
  • Dredging in Inland Waterways
  • Dredging in Other Areas
  • Dredging Players’ Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a special 15 per cent discount on combined purchase of “Ports in India 2015” and “Dredging in India 2015”  reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 15. per cent service tax)or USD 1956 for a Site Licencand Rs 127,500 (plus 15 per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Wind Power in India 2014-15 (January 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line magazine) has released the “Wind Power in India 2015” research report.
 
The report is divided into three sections with eighteen chapters (in addition to the appendix): 

Part I – Market Overview

  • Executive Summary
  • Power Scenario in India
  • Wind Power Overview
  • Key Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and its Impact
  • Regulatory Framework
  • State Government Initiatives
  • Transmission and Evacuation Infrastructure
  • Financing
  • Wind Power Economics: Costs and Tariffs
  • REC Market
  • Wind Power Generation Technologies and Solutions
  • Small-wind Market
  • Future Outlook and Projections

 Part II – Profiles of Key Players

  • Wind Turbine Generator Manufacturers
  • IPP Developers

Part III – Project Update

  • Recently Commissioned Projects (last one year)
  • Project Pipeline

The report is available in PDF format and is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 15% service tax) or USD 1144 for Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 15% service tax)or USD 1700 for Enterprise Licence.

 

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