Need for a Reliable Power Supply - Driving the Captive Power Plant Market
Though the power generation industry is well established in most countries, limitations of providing good-quality power, round the clock to the industrial users, force industries to establish captive power plants. Generally, factories are established near the sourcing point of raw materials or mines; not always there is a power plant in the vicinity. If the distance is more then, the cost of transmission has to be borne by the user, along with added expenses due to the technical loss during transmission. Therefore, factory owners try to overcome this problem by establishing a power plant dedicated to their factory in the premises. Even though the factory is able to access power from a nearby power plant, there is no assurance of power reliability. In developing countries, there is a mismatch between demand and supply of power. During peak power demand industry is always the loser, due to the demand to supply power to the public. So, captive-dedicated power source becomes a necessity for the power companies. Energy-intensive industries, like the iron & steel, aluminum, chemicals, cement, paper, and petroleum (refineries), are the major users of captive power. Remote locations of some of these industries and the unreliability of the power supply (especially in developing and underdeveloped countries) are the factors promoting the installation of these plants.
Asia-Pacific to Dominate the Market Growth
In Asia-Pacific, one of the key problems, faced by the industries in many developing as well as under-developed countries, is power availability. There is a need not just for more power generation sources, but also for a stronger grid. The major industrial giants, like India and China, are good examples of the countries with an unreliable power supply. Many countries in this region are characterized by frequent power outages (blackouts and brownouts), which can hinder the economic development. Since the Industrial sector in this region is growing rapidly, relying on the grid power has become difficult for it. These two factors are the biggest reasons behind the region’s fastest captive power market growth.
Rising Energy-intensive Manufacturing Sector of India
In 2016, the global average annual growth rate of the energy-intensive manufacturing sector was around 3.4%, where India was the fastest with nearly 5.4% growth rate, followed by China with about 4.3%. In India, the industries, like steel, coal, chemical, textile, paper, aluminum, and cement, are the largest consumers of the electrical energy. However, at present, a number of industries are relying on their own generation (captive and cogeneration) rather than grid supply, primarily for the reasons, such as non-availability of adequate grid supply, poor quality and reliability of grid supply, high tariff as a result of heavy cross-subsidization. As of December 2017, India had about 40726 MW of the captive power generation capacity and is expected to witness a rise in the number during the forecast period.
Key Developments in the Market
- January 2018: NLC India Ltd has commissioned a 130 MW solar power plant at the 33/110 KV pooling substation in Neyveli, India. The plant is implemented in two blocks of 65 MW each. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) was engaged in executing one block of 65 MW with the deployment of indigenous solar modules, while M/s Jakson Engineers Pvt. Ltd was entrusted with executing the second block of 65 MW.
- August 2017: Regulators, from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the National Energy Administration (NEA), proposed a series of recommendations to substantially reduce coal consumption in the captive power plants of China.
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2. Research Methodology
3. Market Overview
3.2 Market Size and Demand Forecast Until 2023
3.3 Recent Trends and Developments
3.4 Government Rules & Regulations
4. Market Dynamics
5. Value Chain Analysis
6. Porter’s Five Force Analysis
6.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
6.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
6.3 Threat of New Entrants
6.4 Threat of Substitutes
6.5 Competitive Rivalry
7. Global Captive Power Plant Market Analysis, by End User (Market Overview, Market Size, and Demand Forecast until 2023)
8. Global Captive Power Plant Market Analysis, by Geography (Market Overview, Market Size, and Demand Forecast until 2023)
8.1.5 Rest of Asia-Pacific
8.2 North America
8.2.1 United States
8.2.3 Rest of North America
8.3.1 United Kingdom
8.3.4 Rest of Europe
8.4 South America
8.4.3 Rest of South America
8.5. Middle East & Africa
8.5.1 Saudi Arabia
8.5.6 Rest of Middle East & Africa
9. Key Company Analysis* (Overview, Business Segmentation, Financial Analysis**, Recent Development, and Analyst View)
9.1 Clarke Energy Limited
9.2 Ducon Technologies Inc.
9.3 Cethar Limited
9.4 Thermax Limted
9.5 SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation
9.6 Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Limited
9.7 L&T Power Development Limited
9.8 Samsung C & T Corporation
9.9 Wartsila Corporation
9.10 General Electric Company
9.11 Welspun India Ltd.
9.12 Vedanta Limited
9.13 Essar Energy Plc
(*List of companies is not exhaustive. Please let us know if you are interested in any specific company profile)
10. Competitive Landscape
10.1 Mergers and Acquisitions
10.2 Joint Ventures, Collaborations, and Agreements
(**Subject to availability on public domain)
- Clarke Energy Limited
- Ducon Technologies Inc
- Cethar Limited
- Thermax Limted
- SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation
- Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Limited
- L&T Power Development Limited
- Samsung C & T Corporation
- Wartsila Corporation
- General Electric Company
- Welspun India Ltd.
- Vedanta Limited
- Essar Energy Plc.