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Dechun Power participated in the 2018 India International Electric Power Exhibition
Founded in 1990, ElECRAMA 2018, India, has become the world's largest exhibition for power, energy and automation with the authority of the Indian Power and Electronics Association in India.
With the development of the world economy and the increasing globalization of supply, in order to meet the growing market demand, India International Electric Power and Electrical Exhibition continues to expand the scale of the exhibition, the impact of the increase, the 2018 exhibition will show the entire "electric" related industry chain - Power generation, transmission, distribution, power electronics, renewable energy, electric vehicles, automation drives, power storage.
Why choose the Indian market?
With a population of 1.2102 billion, India is the second most populous country in the world, and the urban population is rapidly increasing. The proportion of middle- and high-income people has gradually increased, and the purchasing power of the middle class has begun to be released. A report by the World Bank experts on the state of India's economy states that India's economic growth is economic growth that is in the interest of the poor.
With the rapid growth of the Indian economy and the increase in national income, the state has also increased its investment in infrastructure such as electric power and energy.
Located in the south of Asia, India is the largest country in South Asia. It is adjacent to Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. It is close to the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea and is a maritime transportation hub for Asia, Africa, Europe and Oceania. India is surrounded by the sea on three sides, and its back is bordered by other Asian countries. It also greatly facilitates the trade between the Indian market and the Asian landlocked countries.
New Delhi is the center of national transportation. There are five national highways and six railways connected to all parts of the country. There are also two airports.
Why choose the Indian market?
India's per capita electricity consumption is lower than the world average for a long time. India has 18% of the world's population, but only consumes 6% of the world's primary energy. India's annual electricity gap is between 12% and 14%. Due to the long-term power gap, the power resources of each region are allocated according to quotas. In stark contrast, India's GDP is in a period of rapid growth, with an average GDP growth rate of around 7% in 2000-2016.
As the world's third largest power producer and the fourth largest power consumer, India attaches great importance to the lack of electricity. Indian Prime Minister Modi pledged to provide a stable supply of electricity to all Indian residents during the 2014 campaign.
According to the International Energy Agency's forecast, the total electricity demand in the Indian market in 2013-2040 is expected to increase from 897 terawatt hours to 3,288 terawatt hours, a compound annual growth rate of 4.9%; in 2013, the total domestic power generation in India is 1193 terawatts. At the time, there is huge room for long-term growth. It is estimated that the accumulated power investment in 2014-2015 will reach 1.56 trillion US dollars.
Market share - why choose the Indian New Delhi market?
1. New Delhi is the largest commercial center in northern India, the national political, economic and cultural center and the second largest city in India.
2. The main industries in New Delhi are IT, telecommunications, catering and accommodation services, finance, media and tourism. The demand for electricity is huge.
3. New Delhi has a population of 25 million, and Mumbai, which has a population of 21 million, ranks second in the world.
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