The 2018 edition provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indian power transmission segment. Various government policies have made electricity transmission an attractive space for private players. Participation in tariff-based competitive bidding (TBCB) projects has increased, leading to the discovery of low tariffs and early commissioning.
The report highlights the experience in this area and also the opportunity that it is likely to offer going forward. The report also highlights some of the new technologies being adopted by the utilities as well as project the demand for key equipment including towers, conductors, transformers and switchgears.
Like with previous year's editions, the one of the key highlight of this year's report edition is the analysis of utility level data of transcos across India on key parameters. The report gives a detailed breakdown of data for about 36 transcos along with a dedicated section on inter-transco comparison for benchmarking utility performance.
Finally, the report also provide a detailed project pipeline for both intra-state and interstate transmission projects including renewable energy integration projects, TBCB projects, as well as cross border interconnections.
1. Sector Analysis
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Sector Size and Growth
1.3 Recent Developments
1.4 Policy& Regulatory Developments
1.5 Private Sector Participation
1.6 Transmission Tariffs
1.7 Project Pipeline
2. Intertransco Comparison
2.1 Network Growth & Operational Performance
2.2 Financial Performance
3. Outlook And Projections
3.1 Network Growth and Investments
3.2 Equipment Requirements
4. Key Projects and Technology Initiatives
4.1 Renewable Energy Integration Projects
4.2 Tariff-based Competitive Bidding Projects
4.3 Cross-border interconnections
4.4 New and Promising Technologies
5. Transmission Utility Profiles
5.1 Central Transmission Utilities
5.2 State Transmission Utilities
Note: 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