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Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
Market Briefing. India part 1. 27th January
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  • 1. India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 Dinesh Arya, Energy Sector Team - India ; Presentation delivered at ‘Civil Nuclear Showcase , 27-29 January 2014, London’ 1
  • 2. • Energy Sector & Growth Trends • Sub-Sector Focus – Nuclear Energy • India: Nuclear Power Plants • Insight – Nuclear Energy Mission to India – November 2013 • India: Routes to the Market • UKTI India Network • Upcoming events in India India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 2
  • 3. • India is the fourth largest energy consumer (4.4% of global consumption) after China, USA and Russia. It will become third largest energy consumer by 2020. • India needs $2.3 trillion investment in energy sector by 2035* • India’s generation capacity has almost doubled over the past decade (to 233.92 GW, December 2013**) placing it as the world’s 5th largest power market. Still there was a 9.3% energy deficit and 10.6% peak demand deficit during FY 2011-12 • Key fuels in primary energy mix are coal and oil (share of nuclear and renewable energy is rising) • Increasing dependence on energy imports - In 2010, 16.4% of the primary coal in India was imported • 25% of Indian population with no electricity access – World Bank • Key Drivers- growth in economy and manufacturing sector, and changing lifestyles and India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 Government of India support Source: *Asian Development Bank (ADB) **Central Electricity Authority, Government of India 3
  • 4. • Nuclear energy comprises only 2.13% (31 Dec 2013) of the total installed generating capacity leaving huge potential for India • 20 nuclear reactors in operation in six nuclear power plants • Seven units are under construction • Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu (2x1000 MW) went critical in July 2013, started production in October 2013 • The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) is responsible for design, construction, commissioning and operation of thermal nuclear power plants India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 4
  • 5. India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 5
  • 6. India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14
  • 7. India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 7
  • 8. Nuclear Power Plants Operating and Under Construction India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 8
  • 9. Planned Nuclear Power Plants in India India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 9
  • 10. UKTI has been organising the Nuclear Mission to India since the past three years. The following UK firms participated during the 2013 mission: India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 10
  • 11. • Complimentary entry pass for the India Nuclear Energy 2013 Conference and Exhibition in Mumbai - The summit addressed the latest developments, challenges and issues surrounding the civil nuclear energy sector • UKTI/GREAT BRITAIN stand provided to companies for displaying their marketing material/brochures • Meeting with Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) – sole entity responsible for developing nuclear power plants • Meeting with key private players operating in India like Larsen & Toubro Limited, Westinghouse Electric Company, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. and V. D. Swami and Company • Presentation by a leading law firm (Luthra & Luthra) actively working in the nuclear energy sector Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010 • Provided the opportunity to participate and present at a half-day seminar on ‘India-UK: Doi ng more business together in Nuclear Energy’ • Networking events India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 • India Visa Facilitation 11
  • 12. I would have achieved only a a fraction of what was possible with your help. I would have achieved only fraction of what was possible with your help. So many thanks for all that you did - -Pell Frischmann Group So many thanks for all that you did Pell Frischmann Group Thank you UKTI for all their efforts in creating such a useful platform Thank you UKTI for all their efforts in creating such a useful platform – HR Wallingford – HR Wallingford Excellent experience and very nicely coordinated by UKTI team . An enriching event for me to work in a team to put efforts towards generating business for us, the UK companies - ATKINS Thanks for this as well for the arranging client visits during the INE2013 - Lloyd's Register Asia India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 12
  • 13. Excellent trade mission in terms of generating key contacts, gaining valuable market information ! A massive thank you to the UKTI team – Innovative Physics Trip was very well organised. Exchanging emails with various contacts at NPCIL, business will come from that I'm sure which was a direct result of this trip - TRM & MICC Ltd Thank all the UKTI team for the fantastic support at the recent India Nuclear Energy 2013 – Centronic Ltd Thanks to all of you for your efforts - I think it was a great success and I thoroughly enjoyed it! – Mirion Technologies India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 13
  • 14. India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 14
  • 15. • India has ambitious plans for nuclear power. The Department of Atomic Energy plans for 20GW of nuclear capacity by 2020, and 63GW by 2032 • Es timates that India's nuclear energy market will exceed $150 billion in coming years • India and UK made a Joint Declaration on Civil Nuclear Cooperation on February 11, 2010. The areas of cooperation envisaged in the Joint Declaration include power generation, management of radioactive waste and spent fuel, etc. Negotiations regarding an agreement on civil nuclear cooperation are underway • Support from highest levels. PM commitment to civil nuclear collaboration . • UK has received four Government-to-Government Assurances from India - i.e. assurances from the Government that certain goods or services will not be used in specific inappropriate ways • UK has concluded a MoU on Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Security India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 15
  • 16.  Larsen & Toubro (L&T)  Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL)  BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited )  HCC (Hindustan Construction Co.)  Bharat Forge  Punj Lloyd  JSW  TCE Consulting Engineers  GMR Energy  Engineers India Limited (EIL)  Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd.  Walchandnagar Industries India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14  V. D. Swami and Company 16
  • 17. • UK experience across nuclear life cycle from design, build of plants to decommissioning • Experience in procurement of Nuclear components (EPC packages) • Experience in construction and commissioning of Nuclear Plant • Experience in operation of Nuclear Plant and Life Cycle Management (should be able to operate safely, reliably & viably) • Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants • Consulting, engineering & construction etc. • Service and maintenance arrangements • Waste disposal and reprocessing • Safety norms experience and Radiation Protection Service India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 17
  • 18. • In 2008, the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) granted a waiver to India, allowing it access to civilian nuclear technology and nuclear fuel from other countries. • The US-India Civil Nuclear Agreement 2008 (called “123 Agreement” in India) was ratified in the United States. A number of bilateral cooperation agreements between India and other countries have since followed, including France (2006), Russia (2010) and the United Kingdom (2010) • The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, 2010 — was passed by both Houses of Parliament in August 2010. (The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010) • The act caps liability per accident at $320 million (£207m) • You can export to safeguarded site India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 18
  • 19. Business turnover / Degree of Engagement Joint Venture Licensed manufacturing Technology/Manufacturing Partner / Sourcing Sales/Marketing/Service Office Direct Export Indirect Export India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 19
  • 20. • Where & how decisions are made • Clear strategy whether working out of the UK or if a local presence is required • Factors that affects Indian customers’ purchasing decision • Recommendation and reference from the existing customers • Relationship is very important and key to success in East. • Join a trade delegation, talk to us India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14
  • 21. UKTI India Network • 9 Offices in India • Sector and country knowledge • Market Research: planning and strategy • Introductions to key contacts • Events • Ministerial visits and missions • UKTI Website: Business opportunities India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 21
  • 22. BLOCK YOUR DATES!! Nuclear Energy Mission to India is planned from 2-8 November 2014 - Mumbai India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/1 22
  • 23. Contact: Dinesh Arya Senior Trade & Investment Adviser – Energy UK Trade & Investment, British High Commission Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi – 110 021, India Tel: +91 11 2419 2285 Mobile: +91 9910107985 Dinesh.arya@fco.gov.uk www.ukti.gov.uk India: Opportunities in Nuclear Energy Sector 27/01/14 23

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