Noida, UP India (PressExposure) November 24, 2011 -- According to our new research report, "Indian Power Sector Analysis", electricity demand in India is growing at a significant rate, and there is a need to add enough electric capacity in the coming years as there is a challenge to bridge the demand-supply gap. As of 2010, India was ranked fifth in terms of electricity generation followed by the US, China, Japan, and Russia. The Indian power sector has been growing at a face pace over the past few years mainly due to strong demand from the large population, with total installed capacity to be worth at 173,626 MW in 2010-11.
The report has revealed that India will need US$ 1250 Billion investment in energy infrastructure till 2030 and 76% of the investment will go to power generation, transmission, and distribution. The country is working towards improving the legal and commercial framework and is trying to remove delays in obtaining regulatory approvals. In this way, the Indian power sector will be able to attract substantial private investments in proportion to its requirements.
The report "Indian Power Sector Analysis" provides an in-depth research into the power sector in India by focusing on major industry drivers, unexplored opportunities and key government sanctioned programs. The report gives an effective illustration of the level of comparison between India and other developing countries in terms of investment perspective and regulatory environment. In this manner, the report covers almost all the related aspects and provides reliable statistics.
The report is an outcome of an extensive research and prudent analysis of the Indian power sector that gives an insight of the installed capacities of power utilities and key states of the country. It also elaborates the level of developments in these states by providing information on latest measures. The potential of non conventional energy sources in Indian power sector has also been discussed in a prudent manner. Overall, the report is meant to provide significant analysis and statistics to clients interested in Indian power sector.
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