Report Summary Examining State Wise Opportunities of Investment & Project Tracker
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India looks to cross 400 GW mark in terms of installed capacity by FY 2022 meaning heavy transition from current inter regional transmission capacity of 78 GW. Dedicated green energy corridors and enhancement of transformation capacity of existing sub stations, along with setting up of new sub stations will primarily drive the opportunity galore in the sector in near future. Also, since the current power traction dynamics in the country is shaping up more in the favour of open access transactions, a robust and more enabled power transmission infrastructure should be developed in order to facilitate, what is termed as “True Open Access”.
Power transmission sector in India acts a pivotal role in supplying electricity to the end consumers. It is imperative to note that the growth of power sector is dependent on the development of a robust and non collapsible transmission infrastructure. Post FY 2015, the country has witnessed a robust growth in the terms of renewable capacity addition, with solar being the flag bearer of this growth. Courtesy this, the country witnessed a shift in terms of power generation mix with renewable energy catering to 18.20% of the total installed capacity of approximately 330 GW (as on November, 2017).
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Business Case For Upgradation Of Power Transmission Infrastructure In India
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