Assessing need for modernization infra for thermal power plants in India Mapping immediate need for replacement of ageing thermal power infra need Figuring challenges from going sub critical to super critical thermal units.
Opportunity track for BTG OEMs in modernizing infra for thermal power units ,Opportunity track for BoP OEMs in modernizing infra for thermal power units. Opportunity track for EPC & other service providers in modernizing infra for thermal power units Evaluating Mid & long term business case till 2022 and 2030 in modernizing ageing thermal power units Business case for super critical capacity expansion.
India, historically has been dependent upon coal based thermal generation at large to meet its base load requirements which indeed is a polluting source of energy generation. Cognizant of this fact tagged as one of the fastest growing economies of the world, India has positioned itself gradually to migrate the alternative sources of electricity generation. Of the current installed capacity of 188 GW coming from the coal based thermal power plants, it is anticipated (arguable) 40-50 GW shall meet up their useful plant life criterion shortly or certainly exceed 20 years of their operation. Read More…
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