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The electricity sector in India is growing at rapid pace. During the year 2017-18 (Up to 30.11.2017), the Peak Demand is about 164.1 GW and the Installed Capacity is 330.8 GW with generation mix of Thermal (66.2%), Hydro (13.6%), Renewable 18.2%) and Nuclear (2.0%).
The Energy Sector in India is experiencing a tremendous growth, the Electricity generation capacity is growing at a CAGR of around 6% whereas the growth in Transmission and Distribution sector is growing at 5.5% over the past few years. The 12th five-year plan emphasizes on developing all major components of Power Supply Value Chain through Integrated Power Development Program. Recently, the Power Grid Corporation of India has approved investment proposals worth INR 33 billion. The investments made are mainly directed towards the development of Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects along with investments in Transmission and Distribution systems and equipment.
The investment opportunities will be UDS 300 billion in power generation, USD 110 billion in transmission and around USD 190 billion in the Distribution sector. Power Grid along with other public sector and private sector players plans to grab these investments opportunities.
According to a recently released report power and distribution transformers market in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 10% till 2020. Power transformers contribute a major portion of overall market revenues due to their higher price points. India is also focusing on the use of alternative energy resources like nuclear and solar energy for power generation, which is expected to further boost transformer deployments in the country in the coming years.
The natural resources for electricity generation in India are unevenly dispersed and concentrated in a few pockets. Hydro resources are located in the Himalayan foothills, North Eastern Region (NER). Coal reserves are concentrated in Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, parts of Madhya Pradesh, whereas lignite is located in Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. Also, a lot of power station, generating from Gas and renewable energy sources like Solar, Wind etc. have been installed in various parts of the country.
We have compiled the list of best companies from Power transmission and distribution (T&D) sector. considering the above data, we find these companies have a lot of potentials to grow in the near future. Few of these companies are PSU and other few are also listed on Indian stock markets. A lot of employment opportunities will be available into all these companies which we have listed here. Please go through the websites of all these companies to learn more about their current job requirements. We will keep on adding more potential companies here.
|Power Grid Corp||Gurgaon|
|Reliance Power||Navi Mumbai|
|Guj Ind Power||Vadodara|
|Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Systems (India) Private Limited||Hyderabad|
|Sterlite power Transmission Limited||New Delhi|
|L&T Power Transmission & Distribution||Kolkata|
|Maha Transco – Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd.||Mumbai|
|OPTIBELT POWER TRANSMISSION INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED||Pune|
|Unitech Power Transmission Ltd.||Gurgaon|
|Bonfiglioli Transmissions Private Limited||Chennai|
|GE T&D India Limited||Chennai|
|Ringfeder Power Transmission India Private Limited||Chennai|
|Neueon Towers/Sujana Towers Ltd.||Hyderabad|
|Ratnagiri Gas and Power Private Limited (RGPPL)||Ratnagiri, MH|
|TansRail Lighting||Mumbai, Nagpur|