Study of Power Sector Companies and scope of Private Sector in Power Sector Industry
- 1Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg, CG, India
- 2Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg, CG, India
Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 5, Issue (10), Pages 32-36, October,6 (2016)
The power sector is the foremost vital sector for the event of any economy. India consumes concerning 3.4% of worldwide energy consumption thereby standing at sixth largest energy shopper within the world. Over the past thirty years the demand for energy has mature at a mean of 3.6% every year as a result of India’s economic development. The demand of power due to economic growth and its supply do not match due to which India faces a serious shortage. The demand of power because of economic progress and its demand don\\\'t match because of that India faces a heavy shortage. Throughout the tenth five-year the country could arrange only 23GW of capability as against the target of 41GW. The focus in the eleventh Five-year plan a target of 78 GW has been set. This report is predicated on the intensive study of the Power sectors in India. The important objective of this study is absolute and apparent knowledge of power sector of power sector by considering and analyzing numerous aspects of the power sector. This study analyses both technical and fundamental aspects of the companies in power sectors. For fundamental analysis, the performance report is analysed like annual report, ratio analysis and also DCF valuation for predicting the future performance for next 10 years. The technical analysis is finished for brief term commercialism investors by victimization numerous technical tools like Candlesticks, MACD, And Relative Strength Index. the businesses taken for analysis purpose square measure the businesses that square measure on high growth stage like NTPC, TATA POWER, NEYVELI coal, NHPC, the businesses that square measure at aborning stage like TORRENT POWER, JSW ENERGY, JP HYDRO and corporations that square measure start during this sectors and square measure tiny players like ADANI POWER, RELIANCE POWER that square measure adopting fashionable ways and social control practices for getting into during this profitable and competitive market and scale back the gap of demand and provide.
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