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winner of UTVI business plan competition- north region

winner of UTVI business plan competition- north region

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  • 1. NWiS@GE
    GENESIS’09
    Nine Point Someone
    Department of Management Studies
    I.I.T. Delhi
  • 2. Product
    Go-To
    Market
    Sales Model
    Customer Base
  • 3. ADVANTAGES
    • O & M costs are very low
    • 4. Modular structure
    ADVANTAGES
    • Modular and scalable
    • 5. Continuous supply
    ADVANTAGES
    • Reduced Infrastructure requirements
    • 6. Continuous supply
    • 7. Risk diversified
    DISADVANTAGES
    • Intermittent Supply
    • 8. Requires lot of Space
    DISADVANTAGES
    • Space Constraints
    • 9. Costly
  • Integrated Idea
    SOLAR PANELS
    GE’s silicon nano-wire based solar cell will be used with 18 % efficiency
    N
    W
    i
    S
    @
    G
    E
    Continuous Supply
    WIND
    Connected to Both
    Traditional Windmill
  • 10. Operational Feasibility
  • 11. Product
    Go-To
    Market
    Go-To
    Market
    Sales Model
    Customer Base
  • 12. Present Status of Power Sector
    A
    B
    C
    Total Demand of 1 Lakh MW
    Nearly Double of that of Developed Countries
    Over 14 % deficit
    Electricity is EXPENSIVE
    Source : TERI, MNRE ,NDPL
  • 13. Potential of SOLAR and WIND
    200-350 W/m2of energy potential in Coastal areas
    A
    E
    B
    Converging areas : around 700 W/m2
    300 Clear sunny Days- Tropical climate
    Potential
    C
    D
    500 W/m2 of solar energy can be tapped(10 % efficiency)
    Daily average solar energy incident = 4 to 7 kWh/m2
    Source: MNRE
  • 14. Target Market
    Vision 2020 , Mandatory solar-powered equipment in all government buildings including
    hospitals and hotels by 2020. This Would mean an requirement of 20,000 MW of energy.
    Total 146 approved
    Total 228 Malls in India
    MALLS
    &
    Company offices
    S
    E
    Z’
    s
    A
    G
    R
    I
    G
    O
    V
    T
    More than 70 % in coastal areas
    80 % are in coastal areas
    Usually have very high energy bills
    Over 60 % for IT/ ITES
    Energy requirement
    50 – 100 MWh per day
    Average demand is of
    1.1 MWh per day
    Approx 40 % of demand can be met using NWiS@GE
    Source :Various sources
  • 15. Product
    Go-To
    Market
    Go-To
    Market
    Sales Model
    Customer Base
  • 16. B2C
    Public Relations
    Strategy
    B2B
    Trade Shows/Events
    Internet/Electronic Media
    B2G
    Direct Mails, NGOs
    FICCI, etc
    Publicity
    SEM
    SURVEYS
    Price Equation- Cost savings
    Value
    Proposition
    Product Potential & Benefits
    Services
  • 17. Government Support
    Fiscal Incentives and Promotional Policies
    Corporate Social Responsibility
    WIND
    • 80 % Depreciation in the 1st year
    • 18. 10 year tax holiday
    • 19. NIL import duties
    • 20. Indigenous development of turbines
    SOLAR
    • 80 % Depreciation in 1st year
    • 21. 5 year tax holiday
    • 22. NIL import duties
    • 23. 100 % foreign equity is allowed
    Depreciation
    Taxes
    Import duties
    SOFT LOANS @ 7%
    Text
    No industrial Clearance required
    Source: MNRE & SESI
  • 24. What we NWiS@GE
    Approach
    FUTURE
    Analyze
    Recommend
    Maintain
    Implement
    Text
  • 25. THANK YOU

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