A Prefeasibility Report on Captive Power Plants in India – Understand the Immense Potential for Power Generation in the Country
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a17558/prefeasibility_re) has announced the addition of the “Pre-feasibility Report on Captive Power Plants in India” report to their offering.
This Prefeasibility Report is a must read for those interested in setting up a project or having interest in the given sector. It provides the requisite inputs for setting up a specific project. These inputs range from broad market aspects to details like funding of the project, selection of location, plant and machinery plan etc. The report comes with a soft copy of a financial model. To check the viability of his/her project, the buyer can customise this model according to the specific requirements.
This Pre-feasibility report on Captive Power Project (5 MW) is prepared taking into account the immense potential for power generation in India country. This report is structured into 5 chapters consisting of Project Concept, Industry Scenario, Captive Power Scenario in India, Project Details and Conclusion.
This report provides an overview of Indian Power sector, demand & supply of power, industry segmentation & structure and growth drivers. It also gives insight into the procedure for setting up a power project, type of machinery required, requirement of permissions & clearances, capital outlay, profitability, payback period, internal rate of return (IRR) and other project related analysis. The financial model of the project will also be provided along with the report. The potential buyer may customize the calculations in this user friendly model by imputing his numbers and see the viability of his project.
Bullish economic growth story of any country depends on a robust power generation & delivery model. A weak power infrastructure impedes the growth potential & thus pulls back the growth initiative. India’s per capita power consumption was 490 units (Kwh) in 2004-05 which was one third compared to 1500 units of China at that time. Indian consumption stood to about 644 units in 2007-08 at an annual average growth of 10.47%. However, during the same period, China’s consumption has grown at an approximate growth rate of 12 to 13% per annum expanding the gap to some further extent.
This Pre-feasibility report on Captive Power Project (5 MW) is prepared taking into account the immense potential for power generation in the country.
Scope of Report
The report is structured into five chapters: Project Concept, Industry Scenario, Captive Power Scenario in India, Project Details and Conclusion.
– It presents the Indian industry scenario of power sector in terms of overview, segmentation, structure of generation entities
– It provides an insight on Indian captive power plant scenario with reference to segmentation, advantages, need for captive power plant etc
– It analyses and presents the project details highlighting the steps involved, technical aspects, Human resources, mobilizing bank loans, critical factors, issues & challenges, financial estimates etc
– The financial model of the project is also provided along with the report. The potential buyers may customise the calculations in this user-friendly model by imputing their numbers and see the viability of their projects.
Reasons to Buy
– Spot opportunity to set up a captive power plant under the given conditions
– Suggests a project plan with all required information
– Provides a thorough understanding about the various parameters to be considered to set up a captive power plant
– Sample financial analysis is given to examine the financial viability with their inputs for a project.
This report along with the financial model will be useful to existing industrialists planning to setup Captive Power plant, banks offering loan services to independent power producers, management & financial consultants, and administration and management students.
Key Topics Covered:
– Project Concept
– Industry Scenario
– Captive Power Scenario in India
– Project Details
– List Of Tables
– List Of Figures
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