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India Infrastructure 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 sub-segments (like Transmission of Power).

 
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Mining in India (February 2015)

Railways in India (January 2015)

Ports in India (January 2015)

Dredging in India (January 2015)

Urban Rail Systems in India 2014-15 : Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities (December 2014)

Urban Bus Transport in India 2014-15: Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities (December 2014)

Wind Power in Indiar 2014-15 (November 2014)

Coal in India (November 2014)

Coal-based Power Generation in India (November 2014)

Construction in India (October 2014)

Investment and Market Opportunities in Southeast Asian Infrastructure (October 2014)

Hydro Power Projects in India (August 2014)

Municipal Solid Waste in India (August 2014)

Sewage Treatment Market in India (August 2014)

Freight Market in India (July 2014)

Storage Infrastructure in India (July 2014)

Post-Election Infrastructure Project Pipeline and Outlook - Market and Investment Opportunities (June 2014)

LNG in India (June 2014)

City Gas Distribution in India (June 2014)

Oil & Gas Pipelines in India (June 2014)

E&P in Oil & Gas (June 2014)

Indian Power Sector and Equipment Market Outlook (2014-19)

Investment and Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure ( May2014)

Solar Power in India (April 2014)

Water and Wastewater in India (April 2014)

Transmission in India 2014

Distribution In India 2014

Mining in India 2014: Sector Outlook and Market Outlook (March 2014)

Road Development in India (March 2014)

Dredging in India (January 2014)

Ports in India (January 2014)

Railways in India (January 2014)

Solar Project Performance in India - Data Analysis, Trends and Insight (January 2014)

Renewable Energy Finance in India-Needs and Requirements, Sources and Options (January 2014)

Infrastructure Financing in Current Environment (December2013-14)

         
 

Mining in India (February 2015)

India Infrastructure Research (publishers of Indian Infrastructure magazine) is currently developing and will soon release the sixth edition of "Mining in India" report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the mining segment in India.

The Indian mining industry has been on a downturn over the past few years. Recent policy and regulatory developments hold the promise of taking the sector on the growth path again.  “Mining in India 2015” provides a comprehensive overview of the mining sector in the country. Key recent developments such as de-allocation of captive coal blocks and partial lifting of iron ore mining ban that are expected to have a significant impact on the sector will be analysed in detail. The report examines the key trends and presents the outlook for the sector. It also profiles the key players and analyses the upcoming mining projects.

The 2015 edition will have 4 distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis:

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Emerging Policy Scenario
  • Focus on Coal Mining
  • Key Players and Industry Performance
  • Factors Impacting the Mining Sector
  • Future Outlook
  • Financing and Cost Economics
  • Equipment Market
  • Environmental Issues

Section II: Trends in Key Minerals:

  • Coal
  • Lignite
  • Bauxite
  • Iron Ore
  • Other Metallic Minerals
  • Non-Metallic Minerals

Section III: Company Profiles:  Each profile will include production trends, project announcements and initiatives, recent contracts, expansion plans, financial performance.

Section IV: Mining Projects:Review of major mining projects proposed and under development - Mineral-wise Analysis of Project Pipeline (developer, capacity, cost, location, current status and expected completion), Projects by Stage and Projects by State.
 
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount. The price is Rs 40,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 923 for a Site Licence and Rs 60,000 plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received before or on December 15, 2014.
 
The report along with a presentation in PDF format will be ready by end-February 2015.

 

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Railways in India (January 2015)

The report will have 21 chapters (in addition to the appendix):

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and Initiatives
  • Railways Finance and Investments
  • PPP Opportunities
  • Key Railway Projects in the Pipeline
  • Market Opportunities
  • Freight
  • Passenger
  • High Speed Rail
  • Rolling Stock
  • Stations and Terminals
  • Tracks
  • Railway Bridges
  • Signalling and Telecommunication
  • Safety
  • Catering and Tourism
  • Energy Conservation
  • DFC and DMIC
  • Northeast Rail Connectivity
  • Profiles of Key Rail PSUs

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with the Indian rail sector: IR-related organisations, rail operators, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, construction contractors, logistics firms, equipment providers, shipping lines, port trusts/operators, port IT providers, port service providers, funding/development agencies, consultancy organisations, financial institutions and banks, etc.
 
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is also a 10% special pre-publication “early bird” discount. The price is Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received on or before December 8, 2014.

The report, along with a PDF presentation, will be ready in January 2015.

 

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Ports in India (January 2015)

The “Ports in India 2015” report will provide the very latest information on the sector and will have 18 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Inter-port Comparison
  • Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Emerging Growth Areas
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • Policy and Institutional Framework
  • Overview of Costal Shipping and IWT
  • Dry Bulk Cargo
  • Liquid Bulk Cargo
  • Container Cargo
  • Overall Project Analysis
  • Key Major Port Projects
  • Key Non-major Port Projects
  • Major Port Profiles
  • Operational Private Non-major Port Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount of 20 per cent for orders and payments received on or before November 14, 2014.

There is a further 15 per cent discount on combined purchase of “Ports in India 2015” and “Dredging in India 2015”  reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 68,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)or USD 1578 for a Site Licence and Rs 102,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2333 for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received on or before November 14, 2014.

The report along with the presentations in PDF format will be ready in the second half of January 2015.

 

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Dredging in India (January 2015)

The “Dredging in India 2015” report will highlight the recent trends and developments in the sector and will have 12 distinct chapters :

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • New Dredging Policy
  • Recent Developments
  • Project Pipeline
  • Market Size and Potential
  • Issues and Challenges
  • Maintenance Dredging
  • Capital Dredging
  • Dredging in Inland Waterways
  • Dredging in Other Areas
  • Dredging Players’ Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700for an Enterprise Licence. There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount of 20 per cent for orders and payments received on or before November 14, 2014.

There is a further 15 per cent discount on combined purchase of “Ports in India 2015” and “Dredging in India 2015”  reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 68,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)or USD 1578 for a Site Licence and Rs 102,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2333 for an
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nterprise Licence for orders and payments received on or before November 14, 2014.

The report along with the presentations in PDF format will be ready in the second half of January 2015.

 

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Urban Rail Systems in India 2014-15 : Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities (December 2014)

The fourth edition of the “Urban Rail Systems” report will have distinct chapters on (in addition to the appendix):

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and Initiatives 
  • Economics and Financing
  • Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Rolling Stock
  • Signalling and ITS
  • Fare Collection Systems
  • Construction
  • Operational Urban Rail Projects
  • Urban Rail Projects - Under Construction
  • Urban Rail Projects-Planned

The report will have detailed project profiles:Operational/Under Construction/Planned

Operational Urban Rail Projects
The profiles will provide information on network size and current ridership, fleet and technologies in use, fare structure, performance so far, financing details, expansion plans, key players, etc.

Urban Rail Projects - Under Construction
These profiles will provide information on network size and expected ridership, mode of implementation, fleet and technologies, fare structure, financing, expected date of operation, key players, etc.

Urban Rail Projects-Planned
These profiles will provide information on sponsoring agency, planned network size and expected ridership, current status, financing options, targets and timelines, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)for an Enterprise Licence. There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount of 20 per cent for orders and payments received before or on October 15, 2014.

We have announced a similar report on "Urban Bus Transport in India 2014-15".There is a further 15 per cent discount on purchase of both reports-Urban Bus Transport & Urban Rail Systems. The two reports together will cost Rs 68,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for a Site Licence and Rs 102,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)  for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received before or on October 15, 2014.

The reports will be in PDF format and will be released in late November or early December.

 

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Urban Bus Transport in India 2014-15 : Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities (December 2014)

The third edition of the “Urban Bus Transport” report will have distinct chapters on (in addition to the appendix):

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Impact of JNNURM
  • New Government Programmes
  • Management/ Operator Perspective
  • Economics of Bus-based Projects
  • Financing and PPP
  • Rolling Stock and Allied Infrastructure
  • Technology and ITS
  • Fare Collection Systems
  • Future Outlook and Market Opportunities
  • Inter-City /Operator Comparison
  • City Bus Service Providers
  • Bus Rapid Transit Systems
The report will have detailed profiles of leading city-bus service providers with information on fleet strength, key operational features, fare system, rolling stock and technology, ridership, future plans, etc. The report will have detailed profiles of key BRTS projects.

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)for an Enterprise Licence. There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount of 20 per cent for orders and payments received before or on October 15, 2014.

We have announced a similar report on "Urban Rail Systems in India 2014-15".There is a further 15 per cent discount on purchase of both reports-Urban Bus Transport & Urban Rail Systems. The two reports together will cost Rs 68,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for a Site Licence and Rs 102,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax)  for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received before or on October 15, 2014.

The reports will be in PDF format and will be released in late November or early December.

 

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Wind Power in India 2014-15 (November 2014)

The forth edition of the Wind Power in India report provides a comprehensive overview of the sector including the size and growth, policy and regulatory review, state government initiatives, financing, tariffs, etc. It will review the key developments impacting the wind power sector and highlight the new government policies that have been announced or are expected by the industry. The report will also contain profiles of key IPP wind developers and wind turbine generator manufacturers. There will be a separate section on project updates, which will present analysis of recently commissioned projects, and the project pipeline.
 
The report will be divided into three sections with eighteen chapters (in addition to the appendix):

Part I – Market Overview

  • Executive Summary
  • Power Scenario in India
  • Wind Power Overview
  • Key Recent Developments
  • New Government Policy and its Impact
  • Regulatory Framework
  • State Government Initiatives
  • Transmission and Evacuation Infrastructure
  • Financing
  • Wind Power Economics: Costs and Tariffs
  • REC Market
  • Wind Power Generation Technologies and Solutions
  • Small-wind Market
  • Future Outlook and Projections

 Part II – Profiles of Key Players

  • Wind Turbine Generator Manufacturers
  • IPP Developers

Part III – Project Update

  • Recently Commissioned Projects (last one year)
  • Project Pipeline

The report is available in PDF format and is priced at Rs 50,000 (+12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 75,000 (+12.36 per cent service tax)or USD 1700 for Enterprise Licence (Multiple Locations).

There is a special pre-publication “early birddiscount. The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 923 for a Site Licence and Rs 60,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 for an Enterprise Licence for orders and payments received on or before October 15, 2014 (after 20 per cent discount).
 
The report will be accompanied by a presentation in PDF format and will be ready by end-November 2014.

 

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Coal in India (November 2014)

The report will present detailed analysis of the recent Supreme Court judgement regarding coal block deallocation and the impact of the deallocation on coal production, imports, cost of generation, and on the user industries and coal mining companies. The chapters will also look at the financial impact of the penalties imposed on the coal mined so far, and the options for the players to meet their demand.

Separately, as in distinct from the report, an analysis of the verdict will be provided to the subscribers of the report within a few days of the event. 

The seventh edition of the "Coal in India" report will have 17 distinct chapters:
  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments (Past one year)
  • Background on Captive Coal Mining
  • Highlights of Supreme Court’s Observations and Verdict
  • Impact of Coal Block Deallocation
  • Policy Outlook
  • Increasing Coal Production
  • Current Demand and Projections
  • Current Domestic Supply and Projections
  • Price Trends and Forecasts
  • Coal Import Scenario
  • Overseas Acquisitions
  • Coal Washing
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Future Outlook
  • Company Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
There is a further 15 per cent discount on the purchase of “Coal in India 2014 “ and “Coal Based Power Generation in India 2014” reports.
 
The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1956 for a Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
The reports will be ready in November, 2014.

 

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Coal-based Power Generation in India (November 2014)

The report will present detailed analysis of the recent Supreme Court judgement regarding coal block deallocation and the impact of the deallocation on coal production, imports, cost of generation, and on the user industries and coal mining companies. The chapters will also look at the financial impact of the penalties imposed on the coal mined so far, and the options for the players to meet their demand.

Separately, as in distinct from the report, an analysis of the verdict will be provided to the subscribers of the report within a few days of the event.
 
The fourth edition of the "Coal-based Power Generation in India" report will have 19 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments (Past one year)
  • Size and Growth
  • Background on Captive Coal Mining
  • Highlights of Supreme Court’s Observations and Verdict
  • Impact of Coal Block Deallocation
  • Generation Performance
  • Projects Most Affected by Coal Shortages
  • New Project Pipeline and Outlook
  • New Government Initiatives for Improving Coal Supply to Power Sector
  • Evolving Policy and Regulatory Scenario
  • Coal Demand-Supply Scenario
  • Overseas Sources of Supply
  • Coal Prices
  • Generation Costs and Tariffs
  • Financing
  • Environmental Issues
  • Future Outlook

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or  USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
There is a further 15 per cent discount on the purchase of “Coal in India 2014 “ and “Coal Based Power Generation in India 2014” reports.

The two reports together will cost Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1956 for a Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an Enterprise Licence. 
 

The reports will be ready in November, 2014.

 

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Construction in India (October 2014)

India Infrastructure Research (publishers of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has just released the sixth edition of the “Construction in India” report.
 
Infrastructure development is the biggest driver for growth in the construction industry. A slowdown in the sector had impacted the construction industry negatively. However, recent indicators suggest a turnaround in the sector, as some of the stalled projects are being revived. The impetus given to the infrastructure sector in the 2014 budget allocation is also a positive signal for this industry. This report focuses on the trends and outlook of the industry for the next few years and also identifies specific market opportunities for the players in this sector. It provides a detailed sector-by-sector analysis of the construction industry’s demands and opportunities till 2016-17.
 
The report is divided into four parts with twenty chapters (in addition to the appendix):
 
Part I – Construction Industry

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Market Size and Growth (2009-10 to 2013-14)
  • Recent Trends in Infrastructure Project Execution (2012-13 and 2013-14)
  • Policy Expectation from New Government
  • Outlook and Projections
  • Financing Requirements and Challenges
  • Market Structure and Key players

Part II – Current and Future Demand from Infrastructure

  • Highways
  • Ports
  • Power
  • Airports
  • Water Supply and Irrigation
  • Urban Transport
  • Railways

Part III – Equipment Market

  • Size and Growth
  • Key Equipment Categories

Part IV – Materials Market

  • Focus on Cement
  • Focus on Steel
  • Bitumen and Other Materials

The report is available along with a presentation in PDF version and is priced at Rs 50,000 (+12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 75,000 (+12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for Enterprise Licence (Multiple Locations).

 

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Investment and Market Opportunities in Southeast Asian Infrastructure (October 2014)

Infrastructure development in Southeast Asia has received a major push in the last few years. With most of the countries in the region focusing on private investments, the region offers significant opportunity to global investors. Estimates indicate that Southeast Asian countries need funding in the range of $60 billion-$100 billion annually to meet their infrastructure development needs by 2020.

The report offers a comprehensive review of the infrastructure sector in Southeast Asia, highlighting the market and investment opportunities across the various sectors. It covers upcoming projects and proposed investments in various infrastructure sectors, highlighting market opportunities for equipment manufacturers and service providers. It also discusses the policy and regulatory framework, the various sources of infrastructure financing and the emerging role of public-private partnerships. It has profiles of 10 countries, covering key demographics, economic information, current infrastructure scenario, planned capacity augmentation projects and proposed investments in the sector.

The report will be divided into three parts with seventeen chapters:
 
Part I–Regional Infrastructure Overview

  • Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Financing of Southeast Asian Infrastructure
  • PPP experience and Opportunities
  • Focus on Regional/Cross Border Infrastructure
  • Foreign Investments in South East Asian Infrastructure

Part II–Sector Analysis

  • Electricity
  • Oil & Gas
  • Roads
  • Railways
  • Seaports
  • Airport/Air Transport
  • Urban Transport (metro, light-rail and BRTS)
  • ICT
  • Water and Sanitation
Part III–Country Analysis
 
Inter-Country Comparison :The chapter will cover information on current infrastructure, growth in the last five years, expected capacity additions, proposed investments and summary of the project pipeline.
 
Country-Profiles: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos PDR, Myanmar and Brunei
Each country profile will cover information on economic growth in the last five years, inter- and intra-regional trade, indicators of infrastructure growth, investments and expenditure on infrastructure, expected capacity additions in infrastructure sectors, projected investments and key upcoming projects.

The report is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1800 .
 
The report will be available along with a presentation in PDF format will be ready in early October 2014.

 

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Hydro Power Projects in India (September 2014)

The fourth edition of Hydro Power Projects in India 2014 report is in two sections with 16 distinct chapters:
 
Section A: Overall Sector Overview

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth                             
  • Recent Developments (2013-14)
  • Project Pipeline Analysis
  • Analysis of Project Delays
  • Ecological Impact and Environmental Issues
  • Opportunity in Key States
  • Focus on Northeast States
  • Opportunities in Neighbouring Countries
  • Project Economics
  • Tariffs
  • Financing
  • Equipment Market Outlook
  • Future Outlook

Section B: Project Profiles

  • Projects under Construction

This chapter covers around 50 projects including Subansiri Lower, Teesta III, Parbati II Kol Dam, Ratle, Tapovan, Vishnugad, Kameng, Baglihar II, Teesta VI, etc. Each profile will have detailed information on developer, capacity, location, EPC/ equipment providers, project cost, financing, expected commissioning, status, etc.

  • Projects under Survey and Investigation (New)

This chapter covers around 75 projects. Each profile will have key data on developer, capacity, location, type, status, etc.

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Municipal Solid Waste in India (August 2014)

The “Municipal Solid Waste in India 2014” report is divided into three sections with 15 chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments (last 15 months)
  • Analysis of key projects
  • Future Outlook
  • Policy Framework
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • Treatment and Disposal
  • Project Economics
  • Waste-to-Energy Market
  • Projects under Construction
  • Projects in the Pipeline
  • Profiles of Leading Players
  • Appendix

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a site licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1700 for an enterprise licence.

There is a 15% discount on combined purchase of “Municipal Solid Waste in India 2014” and “Sewage Treatment Market in India 2014” reports. The two reports together will cost 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1956 for a site licence and Rs 1,27,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an enterprise licence.

The report has two elements – Research Report (PDF) and Presentation (PDF).


 

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Sewage Treatment Market in India (August 2014)

The “Sewage Treatment Market in India 2014” report is divided into three sections with16 chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments (last 15 months)
  • Analysis of Key Projects
  • Future Outlook
  • Policy Framework
  • Review of Government Programmes
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • STP Capacity and Technologies
  • Recycle and Reuse
  • Energy from Waste
  • Projects under Construction
  • Projects in the Pipeline
  • Profiles of Leading Private Players
  • Appendix


The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a site licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1700 for an enterprise licence.

There is a 15% discount on combined purchase of “Municipal Solid Waste in India 2014” and “Sewage Treatment Market in India 2014” reports. The two reports together will cost 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1956 for a site licence and Rs 1,27,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2900 for an enterprise licence.

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Freight Market in India (July 2014)

The first edition of the “Freight Market in India 2014” report will have 7 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Road Freight
  • Rail Freight
  • Marine Freight
  • Air Freight
  • Express Logistics

Each report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a 15 per cent discount on purchase of both reports. The two reports together cost Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1767 for a Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for USD 2617 or an Enterprise Licence.

Each report has two elements – Report (PDF Format) and Presentation (PDF Format).

 

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Storage Infrastructure in India (July 2014)

The first edition of the “Storage Infrastructure in India 2014” report will have 9 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Storage Sector Overview
  • Agricultural Warehousing
  • Industrial Warehousing
  • Cold Storage Market
  • Container Freight Stations
  • Inland Container Depot
  • Free Trade Warehousing Zones
  • Logistics Parks

Each report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
There is a 15 per cent discount on purchase of both reports. The two reports together cost Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1767 for a Site Licence and Rs 127,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for USD 2617 or an Enterprise Licence.

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Post-Election Infrastructure Project Pipeline and Outlook - Market and Investment
Opportunities
(June 2014)

“Post-Election Infrastructure Project Pipeline and Outlook” report will cover power, roads, ports, airports, railways, oil and gas, urban transportation and water supply sectors. For each sector as well as for overall infrastructure, the report will cover topics such as:
 
Current State of Infrastructure Development

  • Twelfth Plan Targets
  • Achievements so Far
  • Reasons for Underperformance

Current Project Pipeline

  • Under Planning
  • Announced
  • Awarded
  • Awaiting Clearances/Land Acquisition/Financial Closure
  • Under Implementation
  • Delayed or Stalled Projects
  • Abandoned Projects
  • Stressed Projects

Post-Election Outlook

  • Issues and Challenges
  • Policy Expectations (and Other Measures)
  • Outlook for Infrastructure Development
  • Impact on Key Projects
  • Impact on Project Pipeline
    • Announcements
    • Awards
    • Clearances
    • Funding

Market and Investment Opportunities

  • For Developers
  • For Investors
  • For Equipment Providers and Contractors

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1367.
 
The report will be accompanied by a presentation (pdf) and data set (excel files) and will be ready by last week of June 2014.

 

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LNG in India (June 2014)

LNG in India 2014 report will have 11 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Demand
  • Global LNG Scenario
  • India's Current Sources of LNG Supply
  • Potential Sources of LNG Supply
  • Prices
  • Existing LNG Infastructure in India
  • Upcoming LNG Infastructure in India
  • Future Outlook
  • Company Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144.
 
The report will be accompanied by a presentation and data set (Excel files) and will be ready by end of June 2014.

There is a volume discount on the combined purchase of "LNG in India 2014","City Gas Distribution in India ", "Oil & Gas Pipelines in India 2014 " and "E&P in Oil & Gas 2014" reports.

  • Any 2 reports: Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • Any 3 reports: Rs 115,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • All 4 reports: Rs 140,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)

 

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City Gas Distribution in India (June 2014)

City Gas Distribution in India 2014 report will have 12 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Policy And Regulatory Framework
  • Market Size and Growth
  • Update on Licensing Rounds
  • Gas Supply Scenario
  • Economics and Financing
  • Challenges in CGD Business
  • Oulook and Opportunities
  • Update on Pipeline Infrastructure
  • Key Players Profiles
  • Appendix

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144.
 
The report will be accompanied by a presentation and data set (Excel files) and will be ready by end of June 2014.

There is a volume discount on the combined purchase of "LNG in India 2014","City Gas Distribution in India ", "Oil & Gas Pipelines in India 2014 " and "E&P in Oil & Gas 2014" reports.

  • Any 2 reports: Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • Any 3 reports: Rs 115,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • All 4 reports: Rs 140,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)

 

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Oil & Gas Pipelines in India (June 2014)

Oil & Gas Pipelines in India will have 10 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Crude Oil Pipelines
  • Product Pipelines
  • Cross-country Natural Gas Pipelines
  • CGD Pipeline Network
  • Policy and Regulations
  • Economics and Financing
  • Future Outlook
  • Pipeline Operators' Profiles

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144.
 
The report will be accompanied by a presentation and data set (Excel files) and will be ready by end of June 2014.

There is a volume discount on the combined purchase of "LNG in India 2014","City Gas Distribution in India ", "Oil & Gas Pipelines in India 2014 " and "E&P in Oil & Gas 2014" reports.

  • Any 2 reports: Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • Any 3 reports: Rs 115,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • All 4 reports: Rs 140,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)

 

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E&P in Oil & Gas (June 2014)

E&P in Oil & Gas will have 13 distinct chapters

  • Executive Summary
  • Oil and Gas Sector Overview
  • Key Recent Developments
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • New Domestic Gas Pricing
  • Reserves and Basins
  • Exploration and Production
  • Update on NELP
  • Pricing Scenario
  • E&P Outlook
  • Coal Bed Methane
  • Shale Gas
  • Company Profiles
The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144.

The report will be accompanied by a presentation and data set (Excel files) and will be ready by end of June 2014.

There is a volume discount on the combined purchase of "LNG in India 2014","City Gas Distribution in India ", "Oil & Gas Pipelines in India 2014 " and "E&P in Oil & Gas 2014" reports.
  • Any 2 reports: Rs 85,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • Any 3 reports: Rs 115,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)
  • All 4 reports: Rs 140,000 (plus 12.36% service tax)

 

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Indian Power Sector and Equipment Market Outlook (2014-19)

The “Indian Power Sector and Equipment Market Outlook (2014-19)” report will provide realistic projections for power demand and supply in the country, as well as for the various segments of the power equipment market for the period 2014-19. The outlook and projections will be based on the recent trends and developments in the sector; external factors such as economic growth; sector issues like fuel availability, deceleration of demand and worsening discom finances; status of current projects; etc.

 The report will have two elements:
  –  150+ Slide Presentation
  – 
100+ Page Written Report

The “Indian Power Sector and Equipment Market Outlook (2014-19)” report will have two distinct sections:

 Section A: Power Sector Outlook

  • Key Trends and Drivers
  • Power Demand Outlook
  • Power Supply Projections
  • Fuel Outlook (Coal and Gas)
Section B: Power Equipment Market Outlook

  • Boiler, Turbine and Generator (BTG) Market
  • Balance of Plant (BoP) Equipment Market
  • Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Equipment  Market
  • Renewable Energy Equipment Market
The report is priced at Rs 54,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1233 for a Site Licence and Rs 81,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1833 for an Enterprise Licence.

The report (write-up and presentation) will be available in PDF format and will be released in May 2014.

 

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Investment and Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure (May2014)

Africa is being called “the new Asia” for infrastructure investors. According to some estimates, Africa needs $93 billion worth of annual investment in infrastructure. The current spending averages about $45 billion a year, leaving a sizeable amount of financing gap. The report offers a comprehensive review of the infrastructure sector in Africa, highlighting the market and investment opportunities across the various sectors. It covers upcoming projects and proposed investments in various infrastructure sectors, highlighting market opportunities for equipment manufacturers and service providers. It  also discusses the policy and regulatory framework, the various sources of infrastructure financing and the emerging role of public-private partnerships. It  has profiles of 30 countries covering key demographics, economic information, current infrastructure scenario, planned capacity augmentation projects and proposed investments in the sector. It  also covers the Indian investor experience.r.

The 764-page report has three sections with 15 distinct chapters:
 
Section I - Macro Analysis

  • Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Financing of African Infrastructure Water Pricing
  • Public-Private Partnerships in African Infrastructure
  • Foreign Participation in African Infrastructure
  • Indian Experience so Far

Section II – Sector-Wise Investment/Market Opportunities

  • Electricity
  • Oil and Gas
  • Roads
  • Rail
  • Seaports
  • Airport/Air Transport
  • ICT
  • Water and Sanitation
Section III – Country-wise Profiles (top 30 countries)
 
(Algeria, Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Congo, Cote d’lvoire, Congo DR, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Togo, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and others).

The profiles cover the following: Economic Growth in the Last Five Years, Indicators of Infrastructure Growth, Investments and Expenditure on Infrastructure, Expected Capacity Additions in Infrastructure Sectors, Expected Investments and Key Upcoming Projects.

The report is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) for Indian procurement or USD 1800.
 
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Solar Power in India (April 2014)

The fifth edition of "Solar Power in India" report is the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the solar power sector in India.
 
The "Solar Power in India 2014" package has two elements:
 
  - Annual Research Report
  - Quarterly Updates (July 2014, October 2014, January 2015)
 
The report hase 3 distinct sections:

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

  • Executive Summary
  • Size and Growth
  • Key Recent Developments
  • JNNSM Update
  • State Programmes and Initiatives
  • Project Performance
  • Financing
  • Economics of Solar Power
  • Domestic Manufacturing
  • Future Outlook
Section B: Segment Analysis

  • Market for Utility-scale Projects
  • Market for Rooftop Projects
  • Captive Solar Segment
  • Off-grid Solar Segment
Section B: Player Profiles

  • Developers' Profiles
  • Manufacturers' Profiles
In addition, the subscribers will receive three quarterly updates which will cover:

  • Update on JNNSM
  • Summary of key new developments
  • Analysis of key trends
  • Status of key upcoming projects
  • Update on existing project performance
  • Analysis of policy and regulatory developments
  • Key data and statistics
The package is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
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Water and Wastewater in India (April 2014 )

India Infrastructure Research (publishers of Indian Infrastructure magazine and Urban Water & Sanitation newsletter) is currently developing and will soon release the 2014 edition of "Water and Wastewater in India" report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the subject in India.

The "Water and Wastewater in India" report will cover both municipal and industrial segments.It will have three sections with 20 distinct chapters:

Section I - Macro Analysis

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments (last 12-15 months)
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Water Demand and Supply Sources
  • Water Pricing
  • Financing
  • Future Outlook and Projections (2014 to 2019)

Section II – Segment Analysis: Municipal Water and Wastewater

  • Segment Size and Growth
  • Key Government Programmes
  • PPP Experience
  • Municipal Sewage Treatment
  • 24/7 Water Supply
  • Non-Revenue Water Reduction
  • Metering
  • Key Projects

Section III – Segment Analysis: Industrial Water and Wastewater

  • Segment Size and Growth
  • Key Industrial Consumers
  • Recycle and Reuse
  • Desalination
  • Key Projects

In addition, subscribers will receive three quarterly updates (July 2014; October 2014; and January 2015) providing:

  • Update on JNNURM
  • Summary of Key New Developments
  • Analysis of Key Trends
  • Status of Key Projects - Existing/Upcoming
  • Analysis of Policy and Regulatory Developments
  • Key Data and Statistics

The report is priced at Rs 50,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1144 for a Site Licence and Rs 75,000 (plus 12.36% service tax) or USD 1700 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Transmission in India (March 2014)

The sixth edition of the Transmission in India report will have three sections. Section A will provide a macro analysis of the transmission sector in India with chapters such as:

  • Executive Summary
  • Network Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments
  • Progress on the National Grid
  • Interstate Comparison
  • Private Sector Participation
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Transmission Tariffs
  • High Capacity Transmission Corridors
  • Integration of Renewable Energy
  • Capital Expenditure
  • Equipment Requirements and Projections
  • Key Contracts and Orders
  • Technology Trends
  • Future Outlook

Section B will provide a detailed analysis of transmission companies through company profiles (3 central transmission companies, 23 state transmission companies and 12+ private/Joint Venture transmission companies). Each profile will include key facts about the company, transmission network details (capacity, line length, substations and capacitors), transmission losses, expenditure, planned projects, key contact, etc. Section C will provide analysis of transmission projects in the pipeline by scope, capacity, cost, location, current status and expected completion date.

The report is priced at Rs 54,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1233 for a Site Licence and Rs 81,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1833 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a 10 per cent discount on purchase of both the reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 97,200 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2227 for a Site Licence and Rs 145,800(plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 3307 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Distribution In India (March 2014)

The sixth edition of the Distribution in India report will have two sections. Section A will provide an overall analysis and overview of the power distribution sector in India with chapters such as:

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments
  • Inter-Discom Comparison
  • Discom Finances and Restructuring Package
  • Tariff Trends
  • Power Purchase Costs and Competitive Bidding
  • Capital Expenditure of Discoms
  • Equipment Requirement Projections
  • Update on R-APDRP
  • Update on the Distribution Franchise Model
  • Technology Trends
  • Smart Grids
  • Future Outlook

Section B will provide a detailed analysis of power distribution segment with profiles of over 50 distribution companies by state. Each profile will include operational area, current infrastructure, operating and financial performance, trend in AT&C losses, and future plans including projects and capex, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 54,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1233 for a Site Licence and Rs 81,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1833 for an Enterprise Licence.

There is a 10 per cent discount on purchase of both the reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 97,200 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 2227 for a Site Licence and Rs 145,800 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 3307 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Mining in India 2014: Sector Outlook and Market Outlook (March 2014)

The Mining in India 2014 report is a comprehensive review of the mining industry, covering the industry structure, recent developments, policy trends, equipment market and cost economics. The report focuses on the key recent developments including mining bans and related court orders, and state policies on allocation and royalties among others. It discusses the size of the market and the performance of key industry players. The report also looks at the key trends in the equipment and technology market. It presents the demand, supply, pricing, and outlook for key minerals. Profiles of leading mining companies are discussed, covering the production trends, key projects, financial performance and future plans. The report also presents an analysis of the key mining projects under development and proposed.     
 
The 2014 edition has 4 distinct sections:

Section I : Macro Analysis: Overview, Recent Developments, Policy, Industry Structure and Player Performance, Financing and Cost Economics, Equipment and Technology Market, Industry Outlook and Projections.

Section II: Trends in Key Minerals:Coal, Lignite, Bauxite, Iron Ore, Other Metallic Minerals and Non-Metallic Minerals.

Section III: Leading Mining Companies: Each profile includes production trends, project announcements and initiatives, recent contracts, expansion plans, and financial performance.
                                          
Section IV: Mining Projects: Review of major proposed and under development mining - Mineral-wise Analysis of Project Pipeline (developer, capacity, cost, location, current status and expected completion), Projects by Stage and Projects by State.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Road Development in India March 2014

3rd Annual Subscription Package: "Road Development in India", is a special package designed in response to customer need for continuing information updates on developments in the Indian road sector.

This package has three elements:

  • Annual Research Report + Presentation (PDF Format)
  • 11 Monthly Updates (PDF Format)
  • 52 Weekly Newsletters (PDF Format)

The 506 page “Road Development in India 2014” report has four distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis
Sector Overview; Recent Developments; Sector Outlook and Investment Projections; Policy and Regulatory Framework; Financing in the current scenario; PPP Experience; NHDP Progress Report; PMGSY Progress Report; SARDP-NE Progress Report; Operations, Maintenance and Tolling; and Equipment/Materials Market Outlook and Projections
 
Section II: Pipeline of Projects 
Analysis of Key National Highway and State Road Projects in the Pipeline

Section III: Focus on States
State Road Network Development - Each state profile includes institutional setup, policy and regulatory framework, current project portfolio, upcoming project awards, investment outlook, etc

Section IV: Key Player Profiles
Each profile covers background, project portfolio, recent initiatives, financials and future plans.
 
The monthly updates will include a summary of key new developments; analysis of major monthly trends; latest status of key projects (NHDP/others); analysis of policy and regulatory developments; upcoming bids, contracts, tenders; information on new projects; key data and statistics etc.
 
The weekly newsletters will include new developments in the Indian road sector relating to policy, projects and developers; NHDP and other programmes; construction contracts; loans and investments and mergers and acquisitions.
 
The package is priced at Rs 1,00,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or  USD 2256.

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Dredging in India (January 2014)

The "Dredging in India 2014" The report is divided into four distinct sections:

Section I: Overall Sector Scenario

  • Overview
  • Market Opportunities
  • State of Equipment Market
 
  • Policy and Fiscal Framework
  • Dredging Contracts
  • Risks and Challenges

Section II: Dredging at Ports: Project profiles and Segment Analysis

  • Dredging Requirements at Ports – An Analysis
  • Key Completed Projects
  • Projects under Implementation
  • Projects under Planning Stage

Section III: Dredging in Other Areas

  • Dredging National Waterways
  • Dredging in Other Areas

Section IV: Key Dredging Players

  • Fleet Size, Operational and Financial Performance, Project Portfolio, Future Plans, etc

The  report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for a site licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Ports in India (January 2014)

The "Ports in India 2014" report provides the very latest information on the sector and the most recent status of key programmes and projects. The report has three distinct sections:

Section I – Macro Overview

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Sector Outlook
  • InterPort Comparison
  • Demand and Commodity Analysis
  • PPP Experience and Opportunities
  • Financing Needs and Challenges
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • New Growth Areas
  • Overview of Shipping

Section II – Upcoming Projects – Investment and Market Opportunities

  • Upcoming Projects at Major Ports
  • Upcoming Non-Major Ports

Section III – Key Port Profiles

  • Major Ports: Kandla Port Trust, Visakhapatnam Port Trust, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Mumbai Port Trust, Chennai Port Trust, Paradip Port Trust, Kolkata Port Trust, Mormugao Port Trust, New Mangalore Port Trust, VO Chidambaranar Port Trust, Cochin Port Trust, Ennore Port Limited
  • Operational Private Ports: Mundra Port, Krishnapatnam Port, Gangavaram Port, Kakinada Seaports, Dhamra Port, Port of Pipavav, Dahej Port, JSW Jaigarh Port, Karaikal Port, Dighi Port, Gopalpur Port, Hazira Port, Kattupalli Port-cum-Shipyard Complex,  Angre Port

The  report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for a site licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for an Enterprise Licence.

 

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Railways in India (January 2014)

India Infrastructure Research has just released the “Railways in India 2014” report,the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the subject in India. The report provides an analysis of key trends in the Indian rail sector, highlighting market and investment opportunities.

The report has five sections with nineteen chapters (in addition to the appendix):

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Investment Projections and Market Opportunities
  • Key Railway Projects in Pipeline
  • Financing
  • PPP Experience
  • Freight
  • Passenger
  • Rolling Stock
 
  • Stations and Terminals
  • Tracks
  • Railway Bridges and Tunnels
  • Signalling and Telecommunication
  • Safety
  • Energy Conservation
  • DFC and DMIC
  • Elevated Rail Corridor in Mumbai
  • High Speed Rail
  • Profiles of Key Rail PSUs

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with the Indian rail sector: IR-related organisations, rail operators, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, construction contractors, logistics firms, equipment providers, shipping lines, port trusts/operators, port IT providers, port service providers, funding/development agencies, consultancy organisations, financial institutions and banks, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1533 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Solar Project Performance in India - Data Analysis, Trends and Insight (January 2014)

The Solar Project Performance in India: Data Analysis, Trends and Insight report will provide a detailed analysis of the generation performance of solar power projects in India.

The report will have 9 distinct chapters:

  • Solar Power Overview
  • Review of Solar Project Performance
  • Project Performance by Location
  • Project Performance by Size
  • Project Performance by Technology
  • Project Performance by Developer Type
  • Performance of Tracker-based Projects
  • Case Studies
  • Database of Projects Tracked

It will also have three quarterly reports (March 2014; June 2014; and September 2014), providing performance updates of projects already covered in the base report and also those not covered in the base report.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 for a site licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1533 for an Enterprise Licence.


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Renewable Energy Finance in India-Needs and Requirements, Sources and Options (January 2014)

The report on Renewable Energy Finance in India will have ten distinct chapters:

  • Overview
  • Government Initiatives
  • Debt Financing
  • Private Equity and Venture Capital
  • Emerging Financing Instruments
  • Future Outlook
  • Focus on Wind
  • Focus on Solar
  • Focus on Small Hydro
  • Focus on Biomass

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1533 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Infrastructure Financing in Current Environment-Traditional Sources and Emerging
Alternatives (December2013-14)
)

The Infrastructure Financing in Current Environment report has 14 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):

  • Overview
  • Key Developments in the last 15 months
  • Sector-wise Financing Scenario
  • Outlook
  • Debt: Commercial Banks and NBFC Lending
  • Corporate Debt Restructuring
  • Equity: PE Trends
  • Role of Public Sector Financing Institutions
  • Multilateral Agencies
  • External Commercial Borrowings
  • Infrastructure Debt Funds
  • EXIM/ECA Financing
  • Development of a Bond market
  • Insurance and Pension Funds

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) or USD 1363 for a Site Licence and Rs 90,000 (plus 12.36 per cent service tax) for an Enterprise Licence.
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