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1 Catalogue of Research Reports on Infrastructure Sectors - August 2015 India Infrastructure Research

2 ABOUT US India Infrastructure Research is a division of India Infrastructure Publishing Private Limited, a company dedicated to providing information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, conferences, newsletters and research reports. India Infrastructure Research publishes research reports in the areas of power, oil & gas, ports & shipping, roads & bridges, telecommunications, aviation and water. Our reports are acknowledged as high-quality, user-friendly, up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive sources of information. They range from sector overviews (Power in India, for example) to more intensive studies of segments and subsegments (such as Power Transmission in India and Power Distribution in India). Our clients include most organisations involved in the infrastructure sectors multinationals, top Indian corporates, commercial and investment banks, consulting companies, public sector companies, government agencies, multilateral agencies and legal firms.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS ENERGY Power Sector in India Indian Power Sector and Equipment Market Outlook Power Transmission in India Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure Discom Financing, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs Captive Power in India Coal in India Coal-based Power Generation in India Hydro Power Projects in India Gas in India Bio-mass Power in India Solar Power in India Wind Power in India Captive Coal Mining Cost of Power for Industrial Users: Electricity, Fuel, Equipment-Trends and Future Projections Solar Project Performance in India Renewable Energy Finance in India TRANSPORTATION Railways in India Ports in India Dredging in India Freight Market in India Storage Infrastructure in India Airports Development in India Road Development in India Urban Rail Systems in India Urban Bus Transport in India Container Market in India CONSTRUCTION & MINING Construction in India Mining in India Bridges, Flyovers and Elevated MRTS Structures URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE Smart Cities in India Industrial Water Sector Municipal Water Sector Municipal Solid Waste in India Sewage Treatment Market in India TELECOM Enterprise Mobility in India MULTI-SECTOR Infrastructure Financing in Current Environment Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline Investment and Market Opportunities in Myanmar s Infrastructure Investment and Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure Investment and Market Opportunities in Southeast Asian Infrastructure Opportunities in The Indian Defence Industry NEWSLETTERS ORDER FORM India Infrastructure Research 1

4 ENERGY Power Sector in India 2015 (June 2015) No. of slides: 307 Price: Rs 60,000 (USD 1,367) SECTION A: MACRO ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OVERVIEW Power Demand and Supply - Generation Capacity Trends and Developments - Plans and Targets - Key Issues and Challenges - Future Outlook 3. RECENT SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS Policy Developments - New Government Initiatives - Key Regulatory Developments - Mergers & Acquisitions 4. POWER DEMAND AND SUPPLY Macroeconomic Trends - Power Demand and Supply Trends - Power Deficit - Challenges in Meeting Power Demand - Power Demand Outlook and Projections 5. FUEL TRENDS Demand, Supply, Imports, Prices, Outlook and Projections 6. KEY POLICY INITIATIVES Fuel Supply Issues - Proposed Ammendments to Electricity Act, Recommendations by Advisory Group - Statutory Clearances - Pilot Smart Grid Projects - Renewable Energy Thrust 7. COST AND TARIFFS Generation Cost Trend, Cost of Supply, Tariff Trends and Impact on Discom Finances 8. KEY GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana, Integrated Power Development Scheme, Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, National Smart Grid Mission, National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency, Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme and Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana 9. REGULATORY OUTLOOK Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulations, Deviation Settlement Mechanism Regulations, Indian Electricity Grid Code Regulations, Grant of Connectivity, Long-term Access and Medium-term Open Access in ISTS Regulations, REC Regulations, FINANCING in Power Sector Financing - Investment Projections - Financial Closures - Mergers and Acquisitions - Financings Raised - Snapshot of Key Financing Entities 12. OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS Power Demand Projections - Capacity Addition Projections - Fuel Outlook - Projections for Renewable Energy Capacity - Policy Outlook SCTION B: SEGMENT ANALYSIS 13. GENERATION Recent Significant Developments - Investment Requirements - Opportunities - Growth Drivers - Generation Outlook - Projections for Generation Capacity 14. POWER TRANSMISSION Interregional Capacity - Creation of a National Grid - Private Sector Participation - High Capacity Power Transmission Corridors - Linkages with SAARC Countries - Transmission Infrastructure for Renewable Energy - Technology Trends - Technology Adoption by Powergrid - Twelfth Plan Targets and Progress - Thirteenth Plan Targets and Fund Requirement 15. DISTRIBUTION Network Size and Growth - Recent Developments - Discom Finances - Investment Requirements - Opportunities - Growth Drivers - Future Outlook 16. RENEWABLE ENERGY Recent Significant Developments - State Policies and their Impact - Investment Requirements - Upcoming Opportunities - Growth Drivers - Outlook and Projections 17. POWER TRADING Trends in Power Exchanges - Trends in Bilateral Trading - Bilateral Trading Directly Between Discoms - Trends in REC Market - Challenges and the Way Forward 18. APPENDIX 11. PROJECT PIPELINE Overall Project Pipeline - Pipeline by Project Stage The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. 2 India Infrastructure Research

5 Indian Power Sector & Equipment Market Outlook ( ) Price: Rs 54,000 (USD 1,233) (June 2014) (No. of pages: 113) SECTION A: POWER SECTOR OUTLOOK 6. BALANCE OF PLANT EQUIPMENT MARKET KEY TRENDS AND DRIVERS Key BoP Segments - Generation - Procurement Models - Transmission - BoP Equipment Market Estimation - Distribution - Power Trading - Policy and Regulatory Developments - Summing Up 7. T&D EQUIPMENT MARKET POWER DEMAND OUTLOOK Growth Drivers - Equipment Trends - Power Demand Projection - T&D Equipment Market Projections - Industrial Demand for Power - Short-term and Long-term Power Demand - Summing Up 8. RENEWABLE ENERGY EQUIPMENT MARKET POWER SUPPLY PROJECTIONS Equipment and Technology Trends - Power Supply Projections based on Historical Growth Rates - Projected Capacity Addition - Power Supply Projections based on Tracked Capacity - Power Supply Projections based on Fuel Constraints - Expected Renewable Energy Capacity Addition The report has two elements: - Aggregate Capacity Addition Estimates 150+ Slide Presentation - Projections for Power Generation 100+ Page Written Report - Expected Trends in Demand-Supply Gap ENERGY 4. FUEL OUTLOOK Coal - Gas SECTION B: POWER EQUIPMENT MARKET OUTLOOK 5. BOILER, TURBINE AND GENERATOR MARKET Key Growth Drivers - Technology Trends - Order Flow - BTG Market Size Projection The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. India Infrastructure Research 3

6 ENERGY Power Transmission in India 2015 Price: Rs 60,000 (USD 1,367) (October 2015) (Draft ToC) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SECTOR SIZE AND GROWTH Line Length (by voltage) - Transformer Capacity (by voltage) - Substations (by voltage) - Key Growth Drivers 3. KEY RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (LAST 12 MONTHS) Key Projects Completed - Cross-border Interconnections - Key Policy and Regulatory Developments - Projects Awarded through Competitive Bidding - Smart Grid Initiatives (URTDSM Project, NTAMC, etc.) 4. REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS Sharing of Inter-State Transmission Charges and Losses - Grant of Connectivity, Long-term Access and Medium Term Open Access - Open Access in Inter-State Transmission - Indian Electricity Grid Code - Ancillary Services Operations - Framework for Forecasting, Scheduling and Imbalance Handling for Renewable Energy Generating Stations - Others 5. INTER-STATE COMPARISON Transmission Lines - Transformer Capacity - Number of Substations - Transmission Losses - Capital Expenditure - Transmission Tariffs - Tariffs of Central Sector Transcos - Tariffs of State Sector Transcos - Open Access Charges (Transmission Charges and Losses) 6. TRANSMISSION TARIFFS Tariffs of Central Sector Transcos - Tariffs of State Sector Transcos - Open Access Charges (Transmission Charges and Losses) 7. HIGH CAPACITY POWER TRANSMISSION CORRIDORS Inter-regional Transfer Capacity - Key Drivers for High Capacity Power Transmission Corridors (HCPTCs) - Current Status of HCPTCs - Future Outlook 8. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION Competitive Bidding Experience - Recent Projects Awarded through Competitive Bidding - Projects in the Pipeline 9. GRID INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY Renewable Energy Capacity Addition Plans - Key Challenges in Grid Integration of Renewable Energy - Green Energy Corridors - Role of Renewable Energy Management Centres - Desert Power Plan - Regulatory Initiatives 11. FUTURE OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS Network Expansion (till 2020) - Investments (till 2020) - Private Participation - Policy and Regulatory Outlook - Technology Trends 12. EQUIPMENT MARKET OUTLOOK (TILL 2020) Towers - Conductors - Insulators - Transformers - Switchgear Equipment 13. CENTRAL TRANSMISSION UTILITIES Power Grid Corporation of India Limited - Damodar Valley Corporation - Bhakra Beas Management Board 14. STATE TRANSMISSION UTILITIES Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Limited - Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited - Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited - Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited - Transmission Corporation of Telangana Limited - Tamil Nadu Transmission Corporation Limited - Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited - Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited - Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company Limited - Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited - Punjab State Transmission Corporation Limited - West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company Limited - Kerala State Electricity Board - Delhi Transco Limited - Orissa Power Transmission Corporation Limited - Chhattisgarh State Power Transmission Company Limited - Jammu and Kashmir Power Development Department - Power Transmission Corporation of Uttarakhand Limited - Bihar State Power Transmission Company Limited - Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Limited - Himachal Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited - Jharkhand State Electricity Board - Meghalaya Power Transmission Corporation Limited - Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited 15. PRIVATE TRANSMISSION COMPANIES Reliance Infrastructure - Sterlite Technologies Limited - Adani Power Limited - Essar Power Transmission Company Limited - Essel Infraprojects Limited - L&T Infrastructure Projects Limited - Techno Electric & Engineering Company Limited - Others (RattanIndia Power Limited, GMR Energy, Emco Limited, Isolux Corsan Concesiones, Instalaciones Inabensa, Cobra Instalaciones, Megha Engineering and Infrastructures, Patel Engineering, BS Limited, Simplex Infrastructure, etc.) 10. CROSS-BORDER OPPORTUNITIES Present Cross-Border Interconnections - Upcoming Projects - Outlook The report will be available in a presentation format (PDF). 4 India Infrastructure Research

7 Distribution Network Growth and Capital Expenditure Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) (August 2015) (Draft ToC) SECTION A: TRENDS, COMPARISON AND ANALYSIS - Energy Sales (by category) - AT&C Losses 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Planned Capex - Metering Status 2. NETWORK SIZE AND GROWTH Reliability Indices - Line Length (by voltage) - Planned Network Additions - Transformer Capacity (by voltage) - Substations (by voltage) THE DISCOMS COVERED IN THIS SECTION WILL INCLUDE: - Feeders - Andhra Pradesh (APSPDCL, APEPDCL) - Etc. - Assam (APDCL) - Bihar (NBPDCL, SBPDCL) 3. CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Chhattisgarh (CSPDCL) - Delhi (BRPL, BYPL, TPDDL) - Gujarat (PGVCL, UGVCL, MGVCL, DGVCL, Torrent Power) - Analysis/Breakdown: Key Areas/Elements/Components - Haryana (UHBVN, DHBVN) (Transformers, Substations, Metering, SCADA, IT, etc.) - Himachal Pradesh (HPSEB Limited) - Planned/Projected Capex - Jammu & Kashmir (JKPDD) - Funding Sources - Jharkhand (JSEB) - Karnataka (BESCOM, HESCOM, GESCOM, CESCOM, MESCOM) 4. OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE Kerala (KSEB) - Consumer Mix - Madhya Pradesh (MP Paschim, MP Poorv, MP Madhya) - Growth in Number of Consumers - Maharashtra (MSEDCL, RInfra, Tata Power, BEST) - Trend in Energy Sales - Meghalaya (MePDCL) - Category-wise Energy Sales - Orissa (CESU, WESCO, NESCO, SOUTHCO) - AT&C Losses - Punjab (PSPCL) - Metering Status - Rajasthan (JVVNL, AVVNL, JdVVNL) - Reliability Indices - Tamil Nadu (TANGEDCO) - Telangana (TSNPDCL, TSSPDCL) 5. FUTURE OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS (UPTO 2020) Tripura (TSECL) - Energy Sales - Uttarakhand (UPCL) - Consumer Growth - Uttar Pradesh (UPPCL, KESCo, NPCL) - Network Addition Requirements: - West Bengal (WBSEDCL, CESC, India Power) Line Length Transformer Capacity Substations Feeders Etc - Metering Addition Requirements - Capital Expenditure in Key Areas (Transformers, Substations, Metering, SCADA, IT, etc.) - Funding Sources ENERGY SECTION B: DISCOM PROFILES EACH PROFILE WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: - Operational Area - Line Length (by voltage) - Transformer Capacity (by voltage) - Number of Substations (by voltage) - Number of Feeders - Number of Consumers (by category) The report will be available in a presentation format (PDF). India Infrastructure Research 5

8 ENERGY Discom Finances, Power Purchase Costs and Tariffs Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) (August 2015) (Draft ToC) SECTION A: TRENDS, COMPARISON AND ANALYSIS THE DISCOMS COVERED IN THIS SECTION WILL INCLUDE: - Andhra Pradesh (APSPDCL, APEPDCL) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Assam (APDCL) - Bihar (NBPDCL, SBPDCL) 2. DISCOM FINANCES (UPTO ) Revenues - Expenses - Gross Profit/Loss - Net Profit/Loss - Subsidies - Break-up of Costs - Key Ratios - AT&C Losses - Chhattisgarh (CSPDCL) - Delhi (BRPL, BYPL, TPDDL) - Gujarat (PGVCL, UGVCL, MGVCL, DGVCL, Torrent Power) - Haryana (UHBVN, DHBVN) - Himachal Pradesh (HPSEB Limited) - Jammu & Kashmir (JKPDD) - Jharkhand (JSEB) - Karnataka (BESCOM, HESCOM, GESCOM, CESCOM, MESCOM) - Kerala (KSEB) - Madhya Pradesh (MP Paschim, MP Poorv, MP Madhya) 3. DISCOMS COST OF POWER PURCHASE ( ) Inter-Discom Comparison - Factors Impacting Power Purchase Costs - Source-wise Power Purchase Cost - Share of Power Purchase Cost in Total Cost - Long-term vs. Short-term Power Purchase Cost - Cost of Purchase from Renewable Sources - Maharashtra (MSEDCL, RInfra, Tata Power, BEST) - Meghalaya (MePDCL) - Orissa (CESU, WESCO, NESCO, SOUTHCO) - Punjab (PSPCL) - Rajasthan (JVVNL, AVVNL, JdVVNL) - Tamil Nadu (TANGEDCO) - Telangana (TSNPDCL, TSSPDCL) - Tripura (TSECL) 4. TARIFF TRENDS Historical Tariff Revisions (upto ) - Customer Category-wise Tariffs - Recent Tariff Revisions ( ) - Fuel and Power Purchase Price Adjustment - Inter-State Comparison - Future Outlook - Uttarakhand (UPCL) - Uttar Pradesh (UPPCL, KESCo, NPCL) - West Bengal (WBSEDCL, CESC, India Power) 5. FUTURE OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS Long-term Power Purchase Costs - Cost of Short-term Power - Tariffs - Discom Finances SECTION B: DISCOM PROFILES EACH DISCOM PROFILE WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: - Key Financials (Revenue, Expenses, Gross Profit/Loss, Net Profit/ Loss, Subsidies, Break-up of Costs, Key Ratios, AT&C Losses, etc.) - Total Power Purchase Cost - Cost of Power Purchase per Unit - Source-wise Power Purchase Cost (Long-term vs Short-term; Thermal vs Hydro vs Renewable) - Category-wise Tariffs - Trends in Tariff Growth The report will be available in a presentation format (PDF). 6 India Infrastructure Research

9 Captive Power in India 2015 (May 2015) No. of pages: 271 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CAPTIVE POWER FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES Policy Support and Incentives 2. CAPTIVE POWER OVERVIEW Key Growth Drivers - Plans and Investments - Future Outlook 9. - Bagasse-based Captive Power - Biomass-based Captive Power - Wind-based Captive Power - Solar-based Captive Power EMERGING CAPTIVE POWER MODELS Hybrid 3. KEY DEVELOPMENTS (OVER LAST 1 YEAR) Industrial and Economic Scenario - Policy and Regulatory Developments - Key Projects and Investments - Captive Power Capacity Addition - Trends in Energy Costs Group Captive - Multi-fuel - Rental - Others SALE OPTIONS FOR CAPTIVE POWER GENERATORS Selling to Local Discoms 4. TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY ANALYSIS Estimated Total Captive Capacity - Size Distribution of Captive Capacity - Captive Power across Major Fuel Types - Captive Capacity across Industries - Captive Power across States Inter-State Trading Licensees - Power Exchanges - Volume and Price Trends of Short-term Power Market - Key Issues - Outlook POLICY AND REGULATION GRID POWER TARIFFS Industrial Power Tariff by State HT Tariff LT Tariff - Recent Tariff Revisions - Industrial Tariff Trends HT Tariff LT Tariff - Open Access Charges - Cross Subsidisation Trends - Future Outlook Policy Framework - Regulatory Framework Open Access Wheeling and Banking Third Party Sale Others - Renewable Purchase Obligations FUTURE OUTLOOK AND DEMAND PROJECTIONS Key Drivers for Future Demand 6. CAPTIVE POWER ECONOMICS Technology Options - Capex/Opex by Fuel Type and Size Coal-based (Steam Turbines) Expected Capacity Addition ILLUSTRATIVE CASE HISTORIES Gas-based (Gas Turbines) Liquid Fuel-based (Diesel Engines/Gensets) (Profiles of captive power plants with information on capacity, location, fuel type, generation, cost of power, expansion plans, etc.) ENERGY 7. FUEL OUTLOOK Demand, Supply and Pricing Coal Gas Liquid Fuel - Key Drivers - Outlook by Major Fuel Types Coal Gas Liquid Fuel DATABASE OF CAPTIVE POWER PLANTS (The most comprehensive database of captive power plants covering more than 2,500 captive power plants with information on owner, capacity, location and fuel type) The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. India Infrastructure Research 7

10 ENERGY Coal in India 2014 (December 2014) No. of pages: 235 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) SECTION A: MACRO OVERVIEW 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OVERVIEW Primary Energy Consumption in India - Fuel Mix - Coal Demand-Supply Scenario - Policy and Regulation - Demand Drivers - Issues and the Way Forward 3. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Coal Block Deallocation and Related Developments - Coal Supply Assurance to Power Plants - Steps to Enhance Production - Rationalisation of Linkages - Expediting Railway Links - Environmental Clearances 4. BACKGROUND ON CAPTIVE COAL MINING Background - Allocation Trend - Production Trend - Methodology for Future Allocation - Summing Up 5. HIGHLIGHTS OF SUPREME COURT S OBSERVATIONS AND VERDICT - Background - Supreme Court s Observations - Key Highlights of the Verdict 6. IMPACT OF COAL BLOCK DEALLOCATION Impact on Coal Production and Imports - Impact on Power Sector - Implications for the Metals Sector - Impact on the Banking Sector - Options for Meeting Demand - The Road Ahead 7. ORDINANCE AND DRAFT RULES FOR REALLOCATION OF COAL BLOCKS The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Ordinance, The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Rules, 2014 (Draft) - Industry and Analysts Views on the Draft Rules 8. POLICY OUTLOOK Auction by Competitive Bidding of Coal Mines Rules, Drivers for Policy Action - Recent Announcements by New Government - Policy Expectations 9. INCREASING COAL PRODUCTION Impact of Coal Block Deallocation on Production - Productivity Improvement - Relaxation of Environmental Norms and Fast-Tracking Clearances - Private Sector Participation - Technology Development and Modernisation of Mines - Summing Up - Demand Projections - Summing Up 11. CURRENT DOMESTIC SUPPLY AND PROJECTIONS Historical Trends - Demand-Supply Gap - Supply Projections - Future Plans of Key Players - Summing Up 12. PRICE TRENDS AND FORECASTS Domestic Coal Prices - E-auction Prices - Global Price Trend - Price Forecasts 13. COAL IMPORT SCENARIO Import Trends - Key Import Sources - Global Demand-Supply Scenario - Import Projections 14. OVERSEAS ACQUISITIONS Key Overseas Acquisitions by Indian Companies - Status of Acquired Assets - Attractiveness of Key Target Countries - Summing Up 15. COAL WASHING Capacity - Regulations - Upcoming Capacity - Technology 16. TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Share of Various Modes in Coal Transport - Railway Infrastructure - Port Capacity - Inland Waterways 17. FUTURE OUTLOOK Demand Outlook - Supply Projections - Price Forecasts - Policy Outlook - Update on Private Secto Participation - Summing Up SECTION B: COMPANY PROFILES 18. COMPANY PROFILES Coal India Limited - Singareni Collieries Company Limited - Neyveli Lignite Corporation 19. APPENDIX CURRENT DEMAND AND PROJECTIONS Historical Trend - Key Demand Segments The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. 8 India Infrastructure Research

11 Coal-based Power Generation in India 2014 No. of pages: 263 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) (December 2014) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OVERVIEW Power Generation Trends - Fuel Mix in Power Generation - Power Demand and Supply - Capacity Addition Projections - Issues and the Way Forward 3. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Deallocation of Coal Blocks and Subsequent Actions - Capacity Addition - Coal Supply Assurance to Power Plants - Steps to Enhance Production - Rationalisation of Linkages - CERC s New Tariff Norms - Environmental Clearances - Costs and Tariffs - Recent Acquisitions 4. SIZE AND GROWTH Growth in Installed Capacity, Analysis of Existing Capacity, Key Growth Drivers, Issues and Challenges 5. BACKGROUND ON CAPTIVE COAL MINING Background, Allocation Trend, Production Trend,Methodology for. Future Allocation 12. NEW GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES FOR IMPROVING COAL SUPPLY TO POWER SECTOR Coal Supply Assurance to Projects to be Commissioned by March Optimisation of Coal Linkages - Reduction in E-auction Quantity - Expediting Critical Coal Linkages 13. GENERATION COSTS AND TARIFFS Trends in Generation Costs - Factors Impacting Cost of Generation - Tariff Trends - Tariffs Discovered under Recent Case 1 and 2 Bids - Outlook for Costs and Tariffs 14. FINANCING Sources of Financing - Trends in Coal-based Generation Projects Financing - Financial Closures - Financings Raised - Analysis of Stressed Assets 15. EVOLVING POLICY AND REGULATORY SCENARIO Re-allocation of Cancelled Coal Blocks - New Standard Bidding Documents - CERC s Tariff Regulations - Other Policies and Regulations ENERGY 6. HIGHLIGHTS OF SUPREME COURT S OBSERVATIONS AND VERDICT - Background - Supreme Court s Observations - Key Highlights of the Verdict 7. IMPACT OF COAL BLOCK DEALLOCATION Impact on Coal Production and Imports - Impact on Power Sector - Impact on the Banking Sector - Options for Meeting Demand - The Road Ahead 8. ORDINANCE AND DRAFT RULES FOR REALLOCATION OF COAL BLOCKS - The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Ordinance, The Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Rules, 2014 (Draft) - Industry and Analysts Views on the Draft Rules 9. GENERATION PERFORMANCE Generation Trends - Impact of Coal Shortages on Generation - PLF Trends - Operating Performance 10. PROJECTS MOST AFFECTED BY COAL SHORTAGES Commissioned Projects with No Supply - Upcoming Commissionings with No Linkages - Projects at Low Utilisation Levels 11. NEW PROJECT PIPELINE AND OUTLOOK Current Project Pipeline - Post-Election Outlook - Impact of New Government Policies on Key Projects - Impact of New Government Policies on Project Pipeline - Market Opportunities 16. COAL DEMAND-SUPPLY SCENARIO Coal Demand for Thermal Power Plants - Supply from CIL and SCCL - Coal Demand-Supply Gap - Captive Coal Production - Impact of Coal Block Deallocation on Production - Projections of Coal Demand and Supply 17. OVERSEAS SOURCES OF SUPPLY Trend in Coal Imports - Coal Imports Across Major Countries - Price Trends - Overseas Mine Acquisitions - Global Demand-Supply Scenario 18. COAL PRICES Domestic Coal Prices, E-Auction Prices, Global Price Trend, Price Forecasts 19. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Existing Environmental Regulations - Fly Ash Generation And Utilisation - Coal Washing - Technology Developments to Mitigate Environmental Impact 20. FUTURE OUTLOOK Capacity Addition Outlook - Coal Demand and Supply Outlook - Investment Requirement - Outlook on Generation Tariffs 21. APPENDIX The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. India Infrastructure Research 9

12 ENERGY Hydro Power Projects in India 2014 (September 2014) No. of pages: 301 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) Project Pipeline and Economics; Sector Outlook and Opportunities SECTION A: OVERALL SECTOR REVIEW 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SIZE AND GROWTH Capacity and Potential - Growth Drivers - Capacity Addition - Issues and The Way Ahead 3. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Capacity Addition - Generation Performance - Environmental Clearances - Tariffs - Recent Financings - Stalled Projects - Other Key Developments - Summing up 4. PROJECT PIPELINE Current Project Pipeline - Post Election Outlook - Impact of New Government on Key Projects 5. ANALYSIS OF PROJECT DELAYS Average Delay Time and Key Reasons - Cost Implications - Key Strategies for Delay Mitigation - Case Studies 9. OPPORTUNITIES IN NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES Hydro Power Potential in Neighbouring Countries - Key Partnership Opportunities - Existing Projects - Upcoming Projects - Cross-Border Transmission Infrastructure - Future Outlook 10. PROJECT ECONOMICS Capital Cost - Operating Expenditure - Factors Impacting Costs - The Way Ahead 11. TARIFFS Key Tariff Components - Hydro Power Project Tariffs - Tariff Trends - Future Outlook 12. FINANCING Recent Financings - Mergers and Acquisitions - Investment Requirements - Issues and The Way Forward 13. EQUIPMENT MARKET OUTLOOK Ordering Status and Trends - Equipment Requirement for Upcoming Capacity - Technology Trends 6. ECOLOGICAL IMPACT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Status of Environmental Clearance - Recent Clearances Awarded - Projects Impacted by Environmental Issues - Policy Expectations - Initiatives by New Government 7. OPPORTUNITIES IN KEY STATES Himachal Pradesh - Uttarakhand - Jammu & Kashmir - Sikkim 8. FOCUS ON NORTHEAST STATES Hydro Power Potential in The Northeast - Existing Capacity - Upcoming Capacity - Environmental Issues and Other Key Challenges - Power Evacuation for Projects Under Construction 14. FUTURE OUTLOOK Capacity Addition Outlook - Plans and Investments - Policy Outlook - Key Challenges SECTION B: PROJECT PROFILES 15. PROJECT PROFILES Central Sector Projects - State Sector Projects - Private Sector Projects 16. PROJECTS UNDER SURVEY & INVESTIGATION Key Data - List of Hydro Electric Schemes Under Survey & Investigation in The Country - Summary 17. APPENDIX The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. 10 India Infrastructure Research

13 Gas in India 2015 (August 2015) (Draft ToC) Price: Rs 60,000 (USD 1,367) Marketplace, E&P, LNG, Pipelines & CGD 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OVERVIEW India s Energy Scenario - Role and Share of Natural Gas - Demand-Supply Dynamics - Growth Drivers - Issues and Concerns - Upcoming Investments and Opportunities - Future Outlook and Projections 11. SHALE GAS PROSPECTS Indian Shale Gas Deposit Estimates, Shale Gas Policy and Other Key Developments, Progress So Far, Issues and Concerns SECTION III MIDSTREAM: FOCUS ON LNG 12. EXISTING LNG INFRASTRUCTURE Current Size and Growth - Existing Terminals: Capacity, Infrastructure, Pipeline Connectivity, Sourcing and Future Plans ENERGY 3. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS New Discoveries - Recent LNG Contracts - Auctioning of Small and Marginal Fields - Exemption of LPG Subsidies for E&P Players - Natural Gas Pooling for Fertilizer Plants - Recent Authorisations to CGD Players - Subsidies for Gas-fired Power Plants - Domestic Pricing Decisions - Kelkar Committee Recommendations SECTION I MARKETPLACE (DEMAND, SUPPLY AND PRICE) 4. DEMAND Recent Trends - Key Consuming segments (power, fertilizers, industry, CGD, etc.) - Growth Drivers - Constraining Factors - Demand Outlook and Projections (Upto 2020) 5. SUPPLY Recent Trends - Key Sources (domestic, LNG, unconventional) - Key Drivers - Constraining Factors - Supply Outlook and Projections (Upto 2020) 6. PRICING Historical Trends - Domestic Gas Pricing (recent revisions, impact on projects and investments, Kelkar Committee recommendations, etc.) - LNG Contract Prices and Spot Prices - Pricing Outlook and Projections SECTION II UPSTREAM: E&P INDUSTRY 7. RESERVES AND BASINS Sedimentary Basins, Gas Reserves, State-wise Gas Fields and Upcoming Blocks for Exploration 8. EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION SCENARIO Domestic Production Trends, Update on NELP Rounds, Progress on NELP-X, Investment Experience of E&P Players, Exploration Plans of Major Players and Key Challenges 9. NEW REVENUE SHARING MODEL Current PSC Regime, Features of the New Model, Implications on E&P Industry and Concerns of Kelkar Committee with the New Model 10. COAL BED METHANE Reserves and Production - Review of Bidding Rounds - Production Outlook - Major Players 13. LNG IMPORTS (volume, source, spot vs contract, etc.) - Recent Contracts - Sourcing Options: Qatar, Australia, Russia, US, Canada, Mozambique and Others - Projected LNG Demand (Upto 2020) 14. RECENT PRICE DYNAMICS AND IMPACT Global Trends, Recent Trends in Spot Prices, Impact on the LNG Industry, Comparison with Domestic Fuel and Price Forecasts 15. UPCOMING LNG INFRASTRUCTURE Proposed Terminals, Upcoming Capacity, Planned Pipeline Connectivity, Expected Commissioning and Projected LNG Regasification Capacity SECTION IV MIDSTREAM: FOCUS ON PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE 16. NETWORK SIZE AND GROWTH Current Status of Pipeline Connectivity, Upcoming Projects, Key Issues and Major Players 17. FUTURE OUTLOOK Key Drivers, Proposed Projects and Investments, Policy and Regulatory Outlook & Projections SECTION V DOWNSTREAM: CITY GAS DISTRIBUTION 18. MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH Current Network Size and Consumption Levels - Growth in the Last Five Years - Growth in Network and Consumption - By State - Growth in Network and Consumption - By Operator in PNG and CNG segments - Key Growth Drivers - Constraining Factors 19. LICENSING, BIDS AND AUTHORISATIONS Licensing Regime - Current Licensees - Status of First Three Rounds of Bidding for New Licenses - Update on Fourth Round - Expressions of Interests for the Fifth Round 20. CGD MARKET POTENTIAL AND PROJECTIONS Projected Demand (Till 2020) - List of Identified GAs (Geographic Areas) - Opportunities for CGD players in 4th and 5th rounds - Investment Projections The report will be available in a presentation format (PDF). India Infrastructure Research 11

14 ENERGY Biomass Power in India (October 2013) No. of pages: 187 Price: Rs 45,000 (USD 1,033) SECTION I: OVERALL SECTOR ANALYSIS 8. OFF-GRID BIOMASS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Growth Drivers 2. OVERVIEW Government Initiatives and Programmes - Biomass-based Microgrids - Biomass Potential - Inter-state Comparison 9. FUTURE OUTLOOK Growth Drivers - Future Growth Drivers - Emerging Trends - Capacity Addition Outlook - Investment and Financing Outlook - Emerging Policy and Regulatory Framework 3. POLICY AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Policy and Legal Framework SECTION II: PROJECTS AND DEVELOPERS - Current Policy Guidelines - Regulatory Framework 10. PROJECT PROFILES State Initiatives - Rake Power Limited s 10 MW Project in Nagpur - Usher Eco Power s 16 MW Cogen Plant in Mathura - ASET s 1.2 MW Gasification-Based Plant in Vadodara - MPPPL s 4.5 MW Plant in Kirugavalu 4. FUEL SUPPLY AND LOGISTICS Malwa Power s 7.5 MW Plant in Muktsar - DEE Development s 8 MW Plant in Fazilka - Current Scenario - PBPL s 12 MW Plant in Patiala - Fuel Price Trends - SWIVPL s 9.9 MW Project in Mohindergarh - Evolving Fuel Management Strategies - Auro Mira s 7.5 MW Plant in Pudukottai - KPTL s 7.8 MW Plant in Ganganagar - Greenko s 8 MW ISA Power Project in Dhamtari 5. COST ECONOMICS AND TARIFFS STPPPL s 6 MW Plant in Beechpally - RRREL s 18 MW Plant in Pamboor - Cost Components - MUUL s 7.5 MW Plant in Raipur - Indicative Capital Cost of Existing Plants - Suryachakra Global s 9.8 MW Plant in Janjgir - Biomass Energy Tariffs - Abellon s 9.9 MW Plant in Khas - Incentive Options Driving Project - GAPS Power s 13 MW Plant in Shendra Economics - OGPL s 10 MW Plant in Narsimhapur - Chambal Power s 7.5 MW Project in Kota - A.A. Energy s 10 MW Project in Gadchiroli 6. EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Key Technologies - Key Equipment - Market Overview - Issues and the Way Forward 7. FINANCING Sources of Funding - Equity Financing - Debt Financing - External Financing - Future Outlook 11. DEVELOPER PROFILES AllGreen Energy India Private Limited - Auro Mira Energy Company Private Limited - Bermaco Energy Limited - Clenergen India Private Limited - MPPL Renewable Energy Private Limited - Orient Green Power Company Limited - Shalivahana Green Energy Limited - Usher Eco Power Limited 12. APPENDIX The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. 12 India Infrastructure Research

15 Solar Power in India 2015 (April 2015) SECTION A: OVERALL SECTOR SCENARIO 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY KEY TRENDS Key Drivers - Industry Structure - Investment and Financing - Policy and Regulations - Cost and Tariffs - Future Roadmap 3. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Recent Capacity Commissioned - Capacity Allocations and Related Developments - Policy and Regulatory Developments - Solar REC Market - Manufacturing - Financing 4. NEW GOVERNMENT POLICY AND ITS IMPACT Roadmap for 100 GW Capacity by New Proposals and Budgetary Allocations - Scheme for Solar Parks and UMSPPs - Viability Gap Funding Scheme for Projects by PSUs - Scheme for Rooftop Projects - Impact so Far - Policy Outlook 5. JNNSM UPDATE Review of Phase I - Progress under Phase II - Investment Requirements 6. STATE SOLAR POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES State Profiles - Tariffs - Solar RPO Compliance 7. FINANCING Investment Trends - Debt Financings - Equity Financing - Government Grants and Subsidies - Risks and Concerns, and the Way Ahead 8. ECONOMICS OF SOLAR POWER Cost of Generation - Capital Cost Breakdown and Pricing Trends - Analysis of Returns for Solar PV Projects - Analysis of Projects based on REC Mechanism 9. DOMESTIC MANUFACTURING and Developments - Plans and Investments - Market OpportunitIes for Foreign Manufacturers - Key Indian Players - Future Outlook No. of pages: 369 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) 10. FUTURE OUTLOOK AND PROJECTIONS Capacity Addition Outlook and Projections - Policy and Regulatory Outlook - Equipment Market Outlook - Costs and Tariffs SECTION B: SEGMENT ANALYSIS 11. SOLAR PARKS AND UMPPS Key Features of MNRE s Scheme - State-wise Plans and Key Developments - Key Growth Drivers - Transmission and Evacuation Infastructure - Investment Requirements - Emerging Business Models - Risks and Concerns 12. UTILITY-SCALE PROJECTS Key Growth Drivers - Issues and Concerns and the Way Forward 13. SOLAR ROOFTOP PROJECTS - Market Potential and Growth Drivers - Policy Landscape - Net/Gross Metering - Emerging Business Models - Project Pipeline 14. CAPTIVE SOLAR SEGMENT Growth Drivers - Policy Support and Incentives - Existing and Planned Capacity - Emerging Models - Issues and Concerns 15. FOCUS ON OFF-GRID Solar Irrigation Pumps - Solar Water Heaters - Solar Cooking - Solar Lighting - Solar Micro-grids - Solar Air-Conditioning or Cooling - Telecom Towers - Case Studies - Challenges and the Way Forward SECTION C: PLAYER PROFILES 16. DEVELOPER PROFILES Welspun Energy Limited, Mahagenco, NTPC Limited, Mahindra Susten, ACME Solar, SunEdison, Azure Power, Green Infra Limited, Hindustan Cleanenergy Limited, Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited, Solairedirect, Renew Power Ventures 17. APPENDIX The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. ENERGY India Infrastructure Research 13

16 ENERGY Wind Power in India (January 2015) No. of pages: 381 Price: Rs 50,000 (USD 1,144) SECTION I: MARKET OVERVIEW 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY POWER SCENARIO IN INDIA Primary Energy Consumption in India - Current Capacity and Fuel Mix - Changing Role of Renewables - Plans and Targets - Future Energy Requirements and Supply Options 3. WIND POWER OVERVIEW Segment Size and Growth - Key Enablers and Growth Drivers - Market Structure - Outlook 4. KEY RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Capacity Addition Trends - Regulatory Developments - Policy Developments - Key Financings - Recent Acquisitions - Key Emerging Trends - New Entrants 5. NEW GOVERNMENT POLICY AND ITS IMPACT Industry Expectations - Key Initiatives so Far - Impact so Far and Future Outlook 6. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Central Regulations - State Regulations - The Way Ahead 7. STATE GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES Leading Wind Power States - State-wise Initiatives - Issues and The Way Ahead 8. TRANSMISSION AND EVACUATION INFRASTRUCTURE Current Scenario - Green Corridors for Renewable Energy - Desert Plan State-wise Plans to Augment Renewable Power Evacuation Capacity - Investment Requirements 9. FINANCING Investment Trends - Key Financings - Private Equity and Venture Capital Investments - Issues and The Way Ahead 11. RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATES Operating Procedures and Mechanism - Volume and Price Trends - State-wise Analysis 12. WIND POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS Overview - Wind Turbine Generators - Key Market Trends - Technology Trends 13. SMALL WIND MARKET Market Size and Potential - Growth Drivers - Government Incentives and Products 14. FUTURE OUTLOOK Wind Power Capacity Outlook and Projections - Policy and Regulatory Outlook - Offshore Wind - Outlook on Tariffs - Investment Requirements SECTION II: PROFILES OF KEY PLAYERS 15. WIND TURBINE GENERATOR MANUFACTURERS Suzlon Energy Limited, Vestas Wind Technology India Private Limited, Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Limited, Wind World (India) Limited, Inox Wind Limited, RRB Energy Limited, Kenersys India Private Limited, ReGen Powertech, GE Power & Water, Global Wind Power India Limited, Leitwind Shriram Manufacturing Limited, Pioneer Wincon Private Limited 16. IPP DEVELOPERS Share of IPPs in Wind Power Capacity CLP India, Green Infra Limited, Greenko Group, IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited, MSPL Limited, Mytrah Energy (India) Limited, Orient Green Power Limited, Reliance Power, Renew Power, Tata Power, Techno Electric and Engineering Company Limited, Wind World (India) Power Development Private Limited SECTION III: PROJECT UPDATE 17. RECENTLY COMMISSIONED PROJECTS By State, Project Size, Player Type, Turbine Manufacturer, Rated Capacity 18. PROJECT PIPELINE By State, Project Size, Player Type 19. APPENDIX WIND POWER ECONOMICS: COSTS AND TARIFFS Cost Components - Indicative Capital Cost of Existing Plants - Wind Energy Tariffs - Incentive Options Driving Project Economics The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format.. 14 India Infrastructure Research

17 Captive Coal Mining 2013 (April 2013) Sector Outlook and Project Opportunities SECTION A MACRO ANALYSIS 1. COAL SECTOR OVERVIEW Industry Structure - Policy and Regulation - Recent Developments - Key Consuming Segments - Issues and Concerns 2. CAPTIVE COAL MINING POLICY FRAMEWORK Guidelines & Conditions for Block Allocation - CAG Report and Implications - Rules for Auction of Coal Blocks by Competitive Bidding, Other Relevant Policies and Notifications - Policy Outlook No. of pages: 225 Price: Rs 40,000 (USD 923) 7. RISKS AND CHALLENGES Environmental and Forestry Clearances - Joint Allocation - Infrastructural Bottlenecks - Land Acquisition Constraints - Commercial Issues - Experience So Far 8. OUTLOOK Key Demand Drivers - Projected Demand and Production - Investment Projection SECTION B PROJECT PROFILES ENERGY 3. CAPTIVE COAL MINES ALLOCATION AND PRODUCTION TRENDS... - Coal Block Allocation History - Production Trends - Leading Producers - Allocation and Production by End-use 9. BLOCKS UNDER PRODUCTION Project Profiles 10. PROJECTS UNDER DEVELOPMENT Project Profiles 4. UPCOMING AUCTIONS Auction Methodology - Blocks on Offer - Likely Terms and Conditions - Timelines 11. DE-ALLOCATED BLOCKS Project Profiles 12. APPENDIX COAL PRICING AND ECONOMICS OF CAPTIVE MINING Captive Coal Mining Costs - Coal Prices in Industry - Cost Comparison 6. MDOS MDO Model - Experience so far with MDOs - Future Opportunities - Issues and challenges The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. India Infrastructure Research 15

18 ENERGY Cost of Power for Industrial Users (December 2013) No. of pages: 121 Price: Rs 45,000 (USD 1,033) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EQUIPMENT COSTS COST OF POWER IN KEY INDUSTRIES Coal-based Power Plants - Gas-based Power Plants in Industrial Power Tariff - DG Sets - Cost of Power for Key Industries - Outlook and Projections - Cross-Industry Analysis - Cost Management Strategies - Future Outlook 3. GRID POWER TARIFFS Key Determinants and Drivers - HT Tariffs by State - LT Industrial Tariffs - ToD Tariffs - Outlook and Projections 4. COST OF CAPTIVE POWER GENERATION Coal-based Captive Power Plants - Gas-based Captive Power Plants - Liquid Fuel-based Captive Power Plants 5. COST OF TRADED POWER Short-term Power Market Overview - Trading Licensees - Power Exchanges - Outlook and Projections 6. COST OF RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS Wind Power Plants - Solar Power - Biomass Power - Bagasse-based Power - REC Trading 7. FUEL COSTS: TRENDS AND OUTLOOK Coal - Gas - Diesel The report is available in presentation and traditional formats (PDF). 16 India Infrastructure Research

19 Solar Project Performance in India (January 2014) No. of pages: 369 Price: Rs 45,000 (USD 1,033) Data Analysis, Trends and Insight 1. SOLAR POWER OVERVIEW Companies - Performance of Projects Developed by Diversified Players - Comparative Performance Analysis and Developments - Summing up - Investment Requirements and Opportunities - Issues and the Way Forward 7. PERFORMANCE OF SOLAR TRACKER-BASED PROJECTS REVIEW OF SOLAR PROJECT PERFORMANCE Level of Adoption of Solar Tracker Technology - Economics of using Solar Trackers - Generation/Net Exported Power - Performance Analysis of Tracker-based Projects - Capacity Utilisation Factor - Seasonality 8. CASE STUDIES PROJECT PERFORMANCE BY LOCATION Narmada Canal-top Project - Azure Solar, Nagaur - Inter-state Comparison - SunEdison, Patan - Intra-state Comparison - Tata Power, Mithapur - Impact of Location on Project Performance - Mahagenco, Sakri Project - Summing Up - Adani Power, Kutch - Acme Solar, Khambat 4. PROJECT PERFORMANCE BY SIZE Reliance Power, Dhursar - Green Infra, Rajkot - Project Size 1-5 MW - M and B Switchgears Rajgarh Project - Project Size over 5 MW - C&S Electric s Bhiwani Project - Impact of Project Size on Performance - Mahindra Solar One, Rajasthan - Summing Up 9. DATABASE PROJECT PERFORMANCE BY TECHNOLOGY Level of Adoption - Technology Providers - Inverter Providers - Projects using Crystalline Silicon Technology - Projects using Thin-Film Technology - Projects using Crystalline and Thin-film Technology - Impact of Technology on Project Performance - Summing up ENERGY 6. PROJECT PERFORMANCE BY DEVELOPER TYPE Share of Capacity by Developer Type - Performance of Projects Developed by Integrated Solar Project Developers - Performance of Projects Developed by Independent Power Producers - Performance of Projects Developed by Power Generation The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. India Infrastructure Research 17

20 ENERGY Renewable Energy Finance in India (January 2014) No. of pages: 165 Price: Rs 45,000 (USD 1,033) Needs and Requirements, Sources and Options SECTION I: OVERALL ANALYSIS SECTION II: SEGMENT ANALYSIS 1. OVERVIEW Cross-segment Comparison - Investment Trends - Financing Trends - Growth Drivers - Risks and Mitigation Strategies 7. WIND POWER and Developments - Investment Requirements and Opportunities - Rates of Return - Recent Financings 2. GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES Preferential Tariffs - Capital Subsidies - AD and GBI - Viability Gap Funding - Renewable Energy Certificates - Renewable Purchase Obligations and the Way Forward 3. DEBT FINANCE Types of Debt Finance - Sources of Debt Finance - Renewable Energy Portfolio of Select Domestic Financial Institutions - Renewable Energy Portfolio of Select International Funding Institutions - Risks and Challenges 4. PRIVATE EQUITY AND VENTURE CAPITAL Recent Deals - Risk Factors 5. EMERGING FINANCING INSTRUMENTS Bridge Financing - Mezzanine Financing - Takeout Financing - Pooled Financing - Other Financing Instruments 8. SOLAR POWER and Developments - Investment Requirements and Opportunities - Rates of Return - Recent Financings - Issues and the Way Forward 9. SMALL HYDRO and Developments - Investment Requirements and Opportunities - Recent Financings - Issues and the Way Forward 10. BIOMASS and Developments - Investment Requirements and Opportunities - Rates of Return - Recent Financings 11. APPENDIX FUTURE OUTLOOK Segment-wise Financing Requirement - Emerging Financing Trends - Financing Transmission Infrastructure The report is available along with a presentation in PDF format. 18 India Infrastructure Research

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