Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Indian Subcontinent Power Generation Rental Market: Bangladesh, India & Pakistan 2015” report to their offering.
This study focuses on the Indian Subcontinent power rental market with geographical coverage of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. For purposes of this research, power rental is defined as the rental of generator sets that run on either gas, diesel or any other fuel or setting up of temporary (maximum 15 years) power plants utilizing fuels for power generation. This report does not include other rental equipment like compressors, cooling, heating, etc. The base year for the study is 2014.
This report captures the following information about the Indian Subcontinent’s power rental market:
Market Size, Growth Rate, Revenue Forecasts (2013-2021)
Growth Drivers & Restraints
Supplier Landscape and
Quotes by Key Industry Participants
Standby Power/Standby – Providing generators on rental basis or rental power for the purposes of continued operations in case of the failure of main/exiting power source.
Continuous Power/Continuous – Providing rental power in areas where no other power source is available and rented power acts as the only source for providing power continually for the required duration.
Prime Power – Providing rental power for the purposes of continual or non-continual usage for variable loads/power demands, particularly for industries running motors or other equipment, which demand varying power during their usage.
Peak Demand – Rental power is provided for the purposes of catering to the increased demand during peak period, hours or usage.
Key Topics Covered:
- Research Scope
- Executive Summary
- Market Landscape
- Key Organizations
- Strategic Recommendations
- Quotes by Industry Participants
Caterpillar Inc. – ARM
Orient Energy Services
Orion Group Macro Powertech India
Accorn Infrastructure Services
Modern Hiring Service
Power Mech Projects
Summit Power Limited
Rahimafrooz (Bangladesh) Ltd.
Energypac Power Generation