Inadvertent power outages, thunderstorms, electrical circuit failure, blackouts, spikes and many other issues trouble the electricity supply in India. Herein rises the importance of clean, uninterrupted source of power supply. Power Backup devices in the form of gensets, UPS and inverters provide consumers with that solution.
The report begins with the introduction section which offers a brief insight into the installed capacity of electricity in India and the demand-supply gap in terms of electricity generation in parts of India. The different types of power backups are also defined. A market segmentation of power backup devices’ are shown both product based as well as end-user based. The market overview section provides an insight into the Indian gensets market followed by the UPS and inverter market, highlighting the market size and growth. Market segmentations of various power backups are also shown.
An analysis of the drivers explains the factors for growth of the power backup industry. Demand for power backup devices is expected to increase with increasing deficiency in Indian energy sector. Rising disposable income and growing demand from telecom generates huge demand for power backup segment. Demand from the rural sector plays a key role in the growth of the market. The key challenges include competition from unorganized sector and lack of brand awareness and threat from imported Chinese products. Decrease in Growth of Desktop Sales is leading to slower growth in SOHO and SME UPS segment.
Various sectors which creates great demand for power backup devices like the Banking sector, IT/ITeS, Health care sector, Organized retail sector and Hospitality sector is also described.
A brief overview of the current trends prevalent with the power backup market is given which includes use of solar technology, capacity based planning and solar hybrid generators. Key associations which are working towards the development of power electronics in India like the Indian Diesel Engine Manufactures Association, UPS Manufacturers & Dealers Association and Bureau of Energy Efficiency are briefly mentioned.
The competition section begins with the Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, illustrating the competitive rivalry, bargaining power of suppliers and buyers and threat of new entrants and substitutes. It outlays the competitive landscape of the power backup market in India briefing about the domestic players existing in the market. This section provides a three dimensional analysis of domestic key players’ revenues, profits and market capitalization. The report also features brief profiles of major domestic players in the market and a snapshot of their corporation, financial performance along with the key financial ratios, business highlights and their product portfolio providing an insight into the existing competitive scenario.
The report concludes with a section on strategic recommendations which comprises an analysis of the growth strategies for the power backup market in India.
Slide 1: Executive summary
Slide 2-3: India – Energy Scenario
Slide 4: Necessity of Power
Slide 5: Types of Power Backup Devices
Slide 6: Market segmentation: End-user based
Slide 7: Market segmentation: Product based
Slide 8: Diesel Generator Market – Overview, Size, Growth (Value Wise & Volume
Wise: 2011-16e) & segmentation
Slide 9: UPS & Battery Market – Overview, Size & Growth (Value Wise & Volume
Wise: 2011-16e) & segmentation
Slide 10: Inverter & Battery Market – Overview, Size & Growth (Value Wise:
2011-16e), Segment Share: (Value Wise: 2011)
Slide 11: Inverter Battery Market – Overview, & segmentation: Capacity-Wise &
Technology-Wise; Market Size Break-up: Value-Wise (2011)
Drivers & Challenges
Slide 12: Summary
Slide 13-16: Drivers
Slide 17-19: Challenges
Slide 20: Rise in the number of banks and ATM’s
Slide 21: Penetration of IT/ITeS into tier II & III cities
Slide 22: Rise in number of hospitals
Slide 23: Retail Industry
Slide 24: Hospitality Industry
Slide 25: Summary
Slide 26-28: Trends
Slide 29: Major Associations
Slide 30: Market Competition – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Slide 31: Major Public Companies: Summary
Slide 32-55: Major Public Companies (Domestic)
Slide 56: Major Private Companies: Summary
Slide 57-77: Major Private Companies (Domestic)
Slide 78: Strategic Recommendations
Slide 79: Appendix
Slide 80: Sources of Information