Rural Electrification Rs.400 Billion Opportunity!
The Indian power equipment industry aspires to become a $100-billion industry by 2022, and its golden days have begun with programmes like rural electrification under the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna
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Ducab is in its 40th year and was started by a British company-BICC- jointly with the Dubai government way back in 1979. Over the years, with strategic decisions, the British ownership of the business was taken over by Abu Dhabi government.
Commercial coal mining - is it timely?
There is a revolution that is sweeping the energy sector globally and in India. The balance now seems to be conclusively tilting towards renewable energy. And, this development is not entirely due to government subsidies, but because these sources of energy are financially viable on their own.
Leveraging REI’17 to showcase innovations
LAPP India, leveraged the Renewable Energy India Expo 2017 platform, to showcase their innovations for the renewable sector. Marc Jarrault, MD, LAPP India Pvt. Ltd said, “India is making giant leaps in renewable energy.
Commodity price inflation to impact cost of low-voltage electrical equipment
A recovery in Asian demand and supply constraints in the global market has sparked an increase in price of commodities like copper, pushing manufacturers to increase cost of low-voltage electrical equipment. Electrical equipment such as circuit breakers, switching and control and metering products are used extensively in industrial, commercial and residential segments, with a significant chunk used in the power sector.
The wires and cable industry in India
The wires and cable industry in India has come a long way, growing from being a small industry to a very large one, over the past decade. With the segment compriing nearly 40 per cent of the electrical industry in India, the increasing demand for power, light and communication has kept demand for wires and cables high.
Motors industry to grow at a CAGR of 5percent
The estimated size of Indian Rotating Machines industry is Rs 6,400 crore. Followed by 3-phase induction motors at Rs 2,300 crore and in capacity or mege watt (MW) terms it is 16,000 MW - about 12,500 MW motors manufactured in India and 3,500 MW of imports.