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SOURCE Research and Markets
DUBLIN, February 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/77j8t4/demand_outlook) has announced the addition of the "Demand Outlook for T&D Electrical Equipment Market in India - Transformer, Switchgear & Energy Meters" report to their offering.
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The report scans the current market size of Transformer, Switchgear and Energy Meter Market in India and analyzes the emerging trends that are likely to revive the growth trajectory in flagging demand environment for electrical T&D equipment market in India. Report is the blend of data and insights that will help companies operating in the electrical T&D equipment space to firm up their future growth strategy.
The report also captures the services related opportunity that exist in the Indian market, the huge power transformer and switchgear installed base in Indian electrical grid would need refurbishment, renovation and modernization and this could be a very big opportunity over and above the traditional product business.
The report provides detailed market size, market share of companies, growth projection of Power Transformer, Distribution Transformer, RMU, Indoor / Outdoor Switchgear, VCB, GIS, Load Break Switches and Energy Meters used across UHV, EHV, HV, MV voltage levels of the transmission and distribution network.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Approach and Methodology
3. Overview on T&D Equipment Market in India
4. Transformers Market in India
5. Switchgear Market in India
6. Energy Meters Market in India
7. Market for Equipment Servicing
Installed base of power transformer, distribution transformer and switchgear in India
a. By Utility / Age / Make / Type
Understanding the current Maintenance & Repair Practices
a. Inhouse Vs Outsourced
b. Spend levels
c. Preventive maintenance practice
Usage of on-line system for diagnostics and anomaly detection & willingness to use in future
a. System deployment at a substation level for collecting and interpreting site data on-line.
8. Growth Projections (till 2017)
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