Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Vision and Mission
Our vision is to enable a sustainable future for our planet. We strive to promote green and efficient e...
Mr Zain Ravdjee : Chairman & CEO
Mr Zain Ravdjee is the founder, Chairman and MD of Zain Ravdjee Renewable
Energy Pvt Ltd....
ZAIN RAVDJEE RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIVATE LIMITED was incorporated in February 2011 with the main
objective to promote Renewab...
It is the third most attractive country to invest in renewable energy, according to Ernst & Young.
The overall demand-supp...
new entrants into the sector, after the US and China. The Indian renewable energy market has become increasingly
dynamic i...
Wind Energy
The development of wind power in India began in the 1990’s, and has progressed steadily in the last few years....
Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Private Limited, which is an (IPP) has been allocated and
sanctioned a 16MW Wind Power proje...
Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt.Ltd.
Office No.11, 2nd Floor, Alcazar Plaza & Towers
# 6-3-249/6, Road No.1, Banjarahill...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt.Ltd.

596 views

Published on

ZAIN RAVDJEE RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIVATE LIMITED is an Independent Power Producer (IPP), which was incorporated in February 2011 with the main objective to promote Renewable Energy power projects considering the huge investment opportunities in the Renewable Energy and to become a leading developer in this field.

Published in: Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt.Ltd.

  1. 1. Vision and Mission Our vision is to enable a sustainable future for our planet. We strive to promote green and efficient energy and empower the people to use renewable energy as a part of their daily lives by serving as a catalyst. We want to encourage the use of renewable energy and hope to achieve this by becoming experts in the field of clean energy generation by using the various resources to produce electricity such as wind, solar, hydro and biomass. Our goal is to become one of the leading renewable energy producers in India. ZAIN RAVDJEE RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIVATE LIMITED is an Independent Power Producer (IPP), which was incorporated in February 2011 with the main objective to promote Renewable Energy power projects considering the huge investment opportunities in the Renewable Energy and to become a leading developer in this field. The promoters’ family has vast experience in the construction business for the past 30 years. The main promoter Mr. Zain Ravdjee, belongs to a Hyderabad based business family engaged in the construction of real estate properties like residential apartments, malls, offices and high-rises. It is the Company’s aim to have an installed capacity of around 250 MW (Mega-Watt) through Renewable Energy sources like Wind, Hydro, Solar and Bio-mass electricity throughout the country by 2015.
  2. 2. Mr Zain Ravdjee : Chairman & CEO Mr Zain Ravdjee is the founder, Chairman and MD of Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt Ltd. He is a commerce graduate from HR College of Commerce and Economics and acquired his degree in 2005. Subsequently, he was taken under the wing of Mr Zulfi Ravdjee (Father) who is a known pioneer in the field of construction and has 30 years of experience in this field. Here he was given the opportunity to express himself and hone his skills to become a successful entrepreneur. He assisted his father in various projects and gained valuable experience. He has a dynamic personality and is a very proactive individual in all aspects of his life. As a result of this, it came as no surprise that he was able to identify the Renewable Energy Sector as a key component for the future of electricity generation and in February of 2011 founded Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt Ltd with a view to install green power projects and promote energy with sustainability. Mr Syed Mohammed Fazle Ali : Director Mr Syed Mohammed Fazle Ali has vast experience in the field of real estate. His excellent capabilities have been exhibited with each project that he has undertaken and successfully completed. He gets involved from the concept level of the projects right up to the time that the project is completed and commissioned. One particular competence that he excels is at his attention to detail in the Civil segment of the projects. He is a Commerce Graduate and an MBA (Marketing and Finance) from Pune and has been working in this field since 2001, prior to which he worked for Natvar Parikh Industries Limited (NPIL) in the shipping department and was the Chairman of SAMCO International which produces Mineral water in Andhra Pradesh. His experience in varied fields of business and industry are a great asset to our organization. Mr Shiva Kumar : Non-Executive Director Mr. Shiva Kumar was the Former Chairman and Managing Director of State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur. He carries with him an experience of over 37 years of banking and is famous for his innovations. His technology based innovations include SMS Unhappy Service for complaint redressal, Bank on Bike and One Rupee Bank for financial inclusion, Vasundhara series of branches for women and Kohinoor series of branches for ultra HNIs. His innovations have entered class rooms of prestigious management schools like Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, as case studies and he finds a mention in an international bestselling book on innovation, ‘Jugaad’. Mr Shiva Kumar has a very wide and varied banking experience in the areas of rural, retail, corporate and international banking, both for planning and operations. He played a key role in setting up credit card business for SBI in a joint venture with GE Capital. He set up SBI’s metal gold business, when Banks were allowed to import precious metals. He was the Project Leader for SBI’s business process re-engineering project in collaboration with McKinsey & Company. His extensive international experience includes working in The USA and representing his Bank in dealings with global giants like Credit Suisse, Deutche Bank, GE Capital, and N M Rothschild. Mr Shiva Kumar has attended prestigious programs at global Institutes like Harvard Business School, Ross University, Duke University, IIM, Ahmedabad and Indian school of Business, Hyderabad. He has received several awards and recognitions, which include FINWIZ 2012 Best Banker for Agriculture Credit(Mid size Banks) and FINWIZ 2012 2nd Best Banker for Financial Inclusion(Mid size Banks).
  3. 3. ZAIN RAVDJEE RENEWABLE ENERGY PRIVATE LIMITED was incorporated in February 2011 with the main objective to promote Renewable Energy power projects considering the huge investment opportunities in the Renewable Energy and to become a leading developer in this field. The promoters’ family has vast experience in the construction business for the past 30 years. The main promoter Mr. Zain Ravdjee, belongs to a Hyderabad based business family engaged in the construction of real estate properties. It is the Company’s aim to have an installed capacity of around 250 MW (Mega-Watt) through Renewable Energy sources like Wind, Hydro, Solar and Bio-mass electricity throughout the country by 2015. As on March 31, 2012, installed capacity of renewable energy based power generation was 24,503 MW, which is about 12 percent of the total installed capacity of 199,626 MW. The major renewable energy sources (RES) are wind energy, solar energy, biomass & waste energy, and small-hydro energy. Highlights of the Indian Renewable Energy Market Highlights of the Indian Renewable Energy Market A number of facts and factors make the Indian renewable energy market exciting for entrepreneurs and investors. Here are some highlights: India is the most developed renewable energy market in South Asia, with annual revenues of about USD 185 billion.
  4. 4. It is the third most attractive country to invest in renewable energy, according to Ernst & Young. The overall demand-supply gap in the energy sector is expanding due to an increase in the population’s standard of living. The demand-supply gap in power is currently at 10.3 percent and is one of the key drivers of renewable energy. The utilization of renewable energy sources is still relatively low in India, thus presenting excellent business potential. The Indian government expects the sector to grow to USD 19 billion, between 2008 and 2012, with renewable energy making up 20 percent of the 70,000 MW of total additional energy planned from 2008-2012. India has been attracting over USD 3 billion investment every year in renewable sector. The country is emerging as one of the largest potential sources of Certified Emission Reduction (CER) and Renewable Energy Certificates (REC). Government Incentives Government Incentives In the early 1980’s, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) was established to encourage diversification of the country’s energy supply and to satisfy the increasing energy demand of a rapidly growing economy. The MNRE issued guidelines to all state governments to create an attractive environment for the export, purchase, wheeling and banking of electricity, generated by renewable power projects. Some of the other key incentives provided by the Government of India for the renewable energy industry are: Feed-in-tariffs for both wind and solar energy Up to 80 percent accelerated depreciation for renewable energy investments Preferential tax rate of 15 percent, instead of the standard 30 percent Exemption from Central Sales Tax and customs duty concessions on soft loans for the import of material, components, and equipment used in renewable energy projects Establishment of the National Solar Mission (NSM), which aims to deploy 20 GW of solar energy by 2020 Soft loans for setting up renewable energy enterprises Tax holiday for 10 years for Biomass power projects Investments Renewable energy investment in India was the second fastest-growing among the G-20 in 2011, with investments increasing 54 percent to USD 10.2 billion. Wind resources received 45 percent of the financing (USD 4.6 billion), while 41 percent (USD 4.2 billion) went to solar. This growth propelled the country from the 10th to the sixth place in the G-20; it now ranks fifth in terms of five-year investment growth. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) The Indian government allows 100 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) in the renewable energy sector and has put in place favorable policies to attract foreign companies into the sector. Outlook Outlook Developing renewable energy can help India increase its energy security, reduce adverse impacts on the local environment, lower its carbon intensity, contribute to a more balanced regional development and realize its aspirations for leadership in high-technology industries. According to a KPMG report, India is the third most favoured destination globally, for investments in the renewable energy sector. The report also says that the country will be a major source of
  5. 5. new entrants into the sector, after the US and China. The Indian renewable energy market has become increasingly dynamic in recent years as a result of strong natural resources, greater accommodation to international investments and a variety of government incentives. Solar and wind energy will be the major areas to witness overseas investments and acquisitions in the near future. With all the attractive characteristics and potential stated above, India presents a significant market opportunity for renewable energy firms worldwide. However, these firms will need external guidance and assistance on several strategic and operational aspects before they are in a position to effectively tap into this opportunity.
  6. 6. Wind Energy The development of wind power in India began in the 1990’s, and has progressed steadily in the last few years. The short gestation periods for installing wind turbines, and the increasing reliability and performance of wind energy machines have made wind power a favoured choice for capacity addition in India. The country’s total wind energy potential has been estimated at 45,000 MW. The wind energy sector has seen significant investments spurred by the development potential, availability of wind farm equipment at competitive prices, and conducive government policies. Currently, wind power accounts for around 70 percent of the installed generation capacity from renewable sources. Presently, India (15,700 MW) is in fifth position, following China (44,733 MW), the US (40,180 MW), Germany (27,215 MW) and Spain (20,676 MW). Wind power accounts for nearly 8 percent of India’s total installed power capacity. Hydro Energy In India, hydro power projects with station capacity of up to 25 MW fall under the category of small hydro power (SHP). The total installed capacity of small hydro power projects as on March 31, 2012, was 3200 MW. However, the estimated potential for power generation from such plants is over 15,000 MW. Most of the latent potential is in the Himalayan states - as river-based projects - and in the other states as irrigation canal-based projects. The SHP programme is largely private investment driven. Since the projects are economically viable, the private sector is keen on investing in SHP projects. The viability of these projects improves with increase in the project capacity. Biomass Energy India’s climatic conditions offer an ideal environment for biomass production. Biomass gasification is emerging as a method of power production that holds significant social and business benefits. In fact, bio-energy has remained critical to India’s energy mix, with a total installed capacity of 3000 MW. The total biomass & waste energy potential in India has been estimated at over 30,000 MW. Solar Energy Solar power has so far played an almost non-existent role in the Indian energy mix. The grid-connected capacity in the country now stands at 481.48 MW, while the total solar energy potential has been estimated at 50,000 MW. On the upside, the market is set to grow significantly in the next ten years, driven mainly by rising power demand, escalating fossil fuel prices, the ambitious National Solar Mission (NSM), various state level initiatives, renewable energy quotas (including solar energy quotas for utilities), as well as by falling international technology costs. India has great potential to generate electricity from solar energy and is on course to emerge as a solar energy hub. The techno-commercial potential of photovoltaics (PV) in India is enormous. With GDP growing in excess of 8 percent, the energy gap between supply and demand will only widen. Solar PV is a renewable energy resource capable of bridging this gap.
  7. 7. Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Private Limited, which is an (IPP) has been allocated and sanctioned a 16MW Wind Power project in Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh from NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED (NREDCAP), the nodal agency for such projects in AP in August 2011. Projects under implementation: 16MW Talaricheruvu Wind Power Project. Prime location of the land resource available, has been granted in principal after duly demarcating the same to Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Private Limited by the nodal agency, NREDCAP and now the Government of Andhra Pradesh is in the process of alienating the land to us. The identified site is at Talaricheruvu which is about 30 kilometers from Anantapur. The approximate elevation of the location is 360 meters above mean sea level. The weather is normally dry and there is not much vegetation on the ridges. The site is well connected by asphalt road which runs from Anantapur to Kadapa. Technical Information Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Private Limited plans to install Wind Energy Generators (WEGs) of either of the top 5 suppliers in the market which we are in advanced talks with. Some of the companies that we are currently in talks with are Suzlon, Gamesa, Enercon, GE, etc. who are the wind turbine industry leaders. Based on the supplier that the Company selects, the latest machines will be supplied, erected and commissioned by them respectively. These machines vary from a height of 60 meters and above and will be able to generate electricity at the maximum efficiency. Infrastructure The site is very well connected to the highway and has public conveyance for movement of persons and material. As the site is very close to the town of Anantapur, there will not be any problem for movement of machinery during the erection of the project. The District Head Quarters Anantapur is a developed town and all types of accommodation and transport facilities are available. Anantapur town is connected to all the important towns in Andhra Pradesh and is approximately 210 kilometers from Bangalore city on the National Highway No. 7. The nearest seaport is Chennai, which is about 400 kilometers from Anantapur. Skilled and unskilled labour is available for the execution of the project.
  8. 8. Zain Ravdjee Renewable Energy Pvt.Ltd. Office No.11, 2nd Floor, Alcazar Plaza & Towers # 6-3-249/6, Road No.1, Banjarahills Hyderabad - 500 034. Andhra Pradesh, India. Ph : +91 40-6636 2323 Fax : +91 40-2331 0648 E-mail : info@Zain Ravdjeerenergy.com

×