The Indian Power Sector is going through a robust phase with all aspects of its business – Generation, Transmission and Distribution, witnessing rapid growth. An estimated 250GW+ capacity is likely to be added in the Indian Power sector over the next decade in India. Feedback has a strong presence in the Power sector by virtue of having worked with market leaders in this sector, both global & Indian companies for over a decade.
In Power & Electricity, we cover the entire value chain encompassing Fuel Sources, Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Power Consumption and Energy Services. Feedback has a very strong presence in the Energy Equipment business in India.
Feedback partnered with a Global Equipment major and helped set up Group Captive Power Plants in India – assessed feasibility of setting up a Group Captive Power Plant in Malanpur, Bawal, Palanpur, VV Nagar and other centres. This involved an assessment of key load centres, identifying centres to focus on, assess their demand, locate key stakeholders willing to partner with the client and making the connections. These Group Captive Power Plants are now operational in India.
Feedback assisted a global major in firming up their India plans through a detailed demand assessment and future opportunity analysis of a wide range of Power equipment including Transformers, Capacitors, Numerical Relays, Automation Products and Software.
Our research played a key role in assisting a major MNC set up a Power transformer plant in India. Feedback laid out the current market, likely potential they could address in the future, the challenges they would encounter, key success determinants and a road map for the way forward.
A major MNC Chemicals firm with a manufacturing unit in MP was looking for reliable captive power options. Feedback undertook a detailed study of the area, understood the various fuel options available in the region, studied their availability (Current and future), pricing, demand elasticity and cost benefit analysis and suggested setting up a Biomass based captive power plant.
Mapped the complete Small Hydro Power (SHP) opportunity in India – established potential for SHP in all potential states and mapped relevant policies. Shortlisted/ identified key stakeholders/ partners in the states of interest. Today, the company is the market leader in Small Hydro Power (SHP) equipment and Projects in India.