AQCS & Environmental Opportunities in the Indian Power Market

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AQCS & Environmental Opportunities in the Indian Power Market

500.00

DATE (TBA) October 2016 | 9 AM - 12 PM EDT

PRESENTER Ravi Krishnan, Managing Director, Krishnan & Associates

OVERVIEW This online course is designed to highlight India’s current power generation industry and the impact of the environmental norms on existing & new power projects. 

 

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Ravi Krishnan, India Power Generation Market, Workshop

PRESENTER

Ravi Krishnan, Managing Director, Krishnan & Associates Inc.

Originally from India, Ravi Krishnan’s expertise includes marketing & business development for the global power industry. His firm initiates business development programs for US and European OEMs seeking market expansion in India. K&A is playing an active role in marketing, technology transfer and manpower solutions for new power projects in the Indian marketplace

EVENT DETAILS

  • Date: (TBA) October 2016
  • Time: 9 AM New York | 2 PM London | 3 PM Berlin
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Instructor: Ravi Krishnan, Managing Director, K&A
  • Education level:  Open
  • Who Should Attend: Any Business Development Executives, CEOs, CMOs, COOs,  Marketing Professionals, Sales Executives, or Technical Managers focused on emerging international markets.

OVERVIEW

India has embarked on an aggressive plan to increase power generation capacity. India represents one of the fastest growing power generation markets in the world.  Recently India announced environmental emission standards for stationary sources of power generation that are amongst the most stringent globally for Nitrogen Oxide (NOx), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Mercury (Hg) and Particulate Matter (PM). 

This online course is designed to highlight India’s current power generation industry and the impact of the environmental norms on existing & new power projects. This has resulted in huge opportunities for boiler OEMs, environmental OEMs, and service providers from USA and Europe to tap into a growing AQCS market.

The course is designed to quantify the market opportunity in addition to providing tips and strategies for sales, marketing and business development professionals. Power plant OEM, equipment suppliers, engineering firms, and service providers can obtain a comprehensive view of this fast growing power market and devise market entry.

OBJECTIVES

Participants will learn:

  • Market Forecast

    • Current energy profile (capacity, coal, hydro, nuclear, renewables) for the Indian sub-continent
    • Generation Capacity Additions through 2025
    • Fuel Availability
    • Outstanding Regulatory & Policy Issues & Constraints

 

  • Environmental Regulations & Norms

    • Emissions Standards for Fossil Power Plants & Stationary Engines
    • Opportunities for Existing Power Projects (NOx, SO2, Hg, & PM)
    • Recently Constructed Power Plants
    • Older Power Plants
    • Opportunities for New Power Projects

 

  • NOx Control Market Opportunity

    • Market Size Estimates & Timing
    • Low NOx Burner Upgrade  
    • Combustion Controls
    • SNCR
    • SCR
    • Reagent Availability (NH3, urea, etc.)
    • Local Competition

 

  • Mercury Emission Control Market Opportunity

    • Market Size Estimates & Timing
    • Technology Options (ACI, DSI, SCR-FGD Co-benefit)

 

 

  • SO2 Emission Control Market Opportunity

    • Market Size Estimates & Timing
    • Wet FGD Market Opportunity
    • Dry FGD Market Opportunity
    • Seawater FGDs
    • Lime vs Limestone Availability
    • Local Competition

 

  • PM Emission Control Market Opportunity

    • Market Size Estimates & Timing
    • ESP Upgrades & Retrofits
    • Baghouses – Challenges & Path Forward in India
    • ESP Auxiliaries
    • Local Competition

 

  • Pricing Issues for Product Sales in India

    • Role of Value-added Pricing
    • Payback & ROI
    • Local Competition
    • Import Duty Implications

 

  • Marketing AQCS Technologies to Power Plants in India

    • Reference (Indian conditions, high ash fuels, corrosive environment, etc.)
    • Localization of Manufacturing
    • Manufacturing Locations in India
    • Collaborations & Partners
    • Joint Ventures vs Licensing
    • Sales Agency & Distributorship
    • Intellectual Property Protection
    • Key Power Industry Customers
    • Role of IPPs vs Government Owned Utilities
    • Target Customers for AQCS Products
    • Key Government Agencies