Noida, UP India (PressExposure) October 05, 2011 -- According to our new report titled, "Indian Power Sector Analysis", the Indian power sector is gaining fast momentum over the past few years mainly due to strong demand from the large population. The demand is further likely to escalate immensely due to several key factors. In such a scenario, the industry participants have been devising strategies to augment installed power generation capacity, which is projected to reach around 203,594 MW by 2013-14.
This compilation of this report is facilitated by several paid information and statistics sourced from proprietary databases, primary, and secondary research and in-house analysis by our team of industry experts in RNCOS. Our team of researchers monitored the current trends prevailing in the Indian Power Sector and analyzed the future impact. While forecasting, we have also given due consideration to the emerging growth areas in the power sector, key vertical segment demand, and developments, which are essential in determining the prospective growth potentials of the overall sector.
The report spread over 105 pages is an outcome of an extensive research and provides detailed analysis on the Installed Capacities of Power Plants, State-level Industry Performance, and current developments in Non Conventional Energy Sources. The report also covers a detailed analysis on the Investment Patterns and Regulatory Environment through proper insight. It even provides highlights of various crucial challenges in Indian Power Sector with special reference to Price Hike and Irrational Tariff Structure. Overall, the report is likely to provide clients with a better understanding of the Power Sector in India.
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- Electricity demand in India is growing at significant rate, and there is a need to add enough electric capacity in the coming decade. What is the current status and future outlook of the Installed Power Generation Capacity in India?
- Solar energy offers a vast potential for India where maximum households do not have access to electricity. What are the strategic plans adopted by states to strengthen solar power generation?
- The advent of rural electrification act is regarded as a vital program for the development of rural areas. How successful electricity programs have been in their approach to cover villages in India?
- Government reforms, like Distribution Network Reforms Program, would be the key factor, which is driving growth in the power sector. What are the other regulatory initiatives taken by government to bridge the demand-supply gap in Indian Power Sector?
To download a free sample of the report, please follow the link below: [http://www.rncos.com/Report/IM114.htm].