Distribution Franchise in India Market 2018 Global Trend, Segmentation And Opportunities Forecast To 2023

Distribution Franchise
Distribution Franchise -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2023

Distribution Franchise Industry

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In recent years, the distribution franchise (DF) model has emerged as an attractive option. A number of private players have won DF bids recently issued by states or expressed their interest in obtaining more franchises. With the UDAY scheme mandating stringent loss reduction targets, the DF model comes as an opportunity to bring down the spiralling losses, while also providing business opportunities to private players and enhanced services to consumers. Also, unlike outright privatisation, the DF model offers the best of both worlds public ownership of assets and private management of operations. Further, it also brings in the much-needed investment in the distribution segment.

The report covers the following areas:

• Overview 
• DF Contracts and Strategies for Bidding 
• Experience So Far 
• Future Outlook 
• Profiles of Distribution Franchises

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The franchises covered include

– Bhiwandi (Torrent Power Limited) 
– Nagpur (Spanco Nagpur Discom Limited) 
– Agra (Torrent Power Limited) 
– Muzaffarpur( Essel Vidyut Vitaran (Muzaffarpur) Limited) 
– Gaya (India Power Corporation Limited) 
– Kendarapara Division I and II, Jagatsinghpur, Dhenkanal, Talcher and Angul (Enzen Global Solutions Private Limited) 
– Khurda, Balugaon, Puri and Nayagarh (Feedback Electricity Distribution Company Limited) 
– City Electrical Division (Cuttack), Athagarh and Salipur (Riverside Utilities Private Limited) 
– Nimapara (Seaside Utilities Private Limited) 
– Kota, Bharatpur and Bikaner (CESC Limited) 
– Ajmer (Tata Power Company Limited)

Report Methodology 

The data sources in our reports are both primary and secondary. The primary data is obtained from sources such as related ministries, industry experts, private companies, Conferences organized by us for the related sector etc. The secondary sources include annual reports of companies, industry associations, paid databases, web sites, etc. Our analysts and researchers combine the information from these primary and secondary sources with their industry expertise to synthesize the data presented in the report. We also conduct surveys and interviews for our research. For the surveys, we mostly conduct interviews with key players and relevant people in the sector. They are mostly via telephonic as well as personal interviews.

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Table of Conten

1.Overview

 Key Trends in Power Distribution Segment

 Needs and Requirements for DF

 PPP Experience in Power Distribution

 Evolution of DF model

 Policy and Regulatory Environment

 Current Scenario

 Recent Initiatives/Developments

 NEP’s Recommendations on DF

 Key Players

2.DF Contracts and Strategies for Bidding

 Types of DF contracts

– Collection-based

– Input-based

– Input-based Franchisee-Incremental Revenue Sharing

– Input plus Investment-based

– Others

 Key Features

 Responsibiltiies of Franchisee and Utility

 Advantages and Limitations

 Bidding Criteria and Considerations

– SBD for IBF-IRS by MoP

– Analysis of RfPs for Appointment of DF

3.Experience So Far

 Operational/Awarded Franchises

 Terminated Franchises

 Recently Awarded Franchises

 Recent Bids

4. Future Outlook

 Growth Drivers

 Key Success Factors

 Upcoming Opportunities

 Evolving DF Models

 Issues and Challenges

5.Profiles of Distribution Franchises

 Year of Award

 Area and Number of Consumers Served

 Term of Franchise Validity

 Bid Details

 Key Issues and Challenges

 Current Infrastructure in DF area

 Performance Review (AT&C loss reduction, revenue gap, energy

deficit, revenue realised)

 Major Initiatives undertaken by DF

The franchises covered include

– Bhiwandi (Torrent Power Limited)

– Nagpur (Spanco Nagpur Discom Limited)

– Agra (Torrent Power Limited)

– Muzaffarpur( Essel Vidyut Vitaran (Muzaffarpur) Limited)

– Gaya (India Power Corporation Limited)

– Kendarapara Division I and II, Jagatsinghpur, Dhenkanal, Talcher

and Angul (Enzen Global Solutions Private Limited)

– Khurda, Balugaon, Puri and Nayagarh (Feedback Electricity

Distribution Company Limited)

– City Electrical Division (Cuttack), Athagarh and Salipur

(Riverside Utilities Private Limited)

– Nimapara (Seaside Utilities Private Limited)

– Kota, Bharatpur and Bikaner (CESC Limited)

– Ajmer (Tata Power Company Limited)

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