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India Desalination Plant Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019

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India is a water stressed country, characterized by low per capita availability of fresh water. As per estimates from the Government of India, per capita water availability in the country is forecast to decrease from 1,545 cubic meters in 2011 to about 1,500 cubic meters by 2025. Moreover, with increasing contamination level in different water sources, availability of fresh water for process applications, primarily in water intensive industries, is shrinking rapidly. Consequently, the government and industry players are readily adopting desalination technology, which holds the potential to provide a sustainable and economical alternative to conventional water treatment technologies. Plant operators are increasingly inclining towards desalination technology for water recycling and treatment purposes. The desalination plant market in India is majorly influenced and driven by growing urbanization, increasing technological innovations and rising support from government as well as private players. In addition, use of renewable energy sources and energy efficient technologies, coupled with private financing options, is contributing towards strong growth in the desalination plant market in India.

According to "India Desalination Plant Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019", the desalination plant market in India is projected to register a CAGR of around 19%till 2019, growing at a faster rate than the global desalination plant market during the same period. The India desalination plant market is dominated by the industrial sector, in terms of number of plants installed, while the municipal sector dominates the market in terms of total plant installed capacity. The Southern and Western states in India have high number of desalination plants due to the presence of several municipal bodies and heavy industries in those regions. Desalination plants in Southern states have been majorly installed by government institutions, while those in the Western states such as Gujarat and Maharashtra have been installed by industries. Moreover, the overall industry sentiment in India has improved with the formation of Narendra Modi-led government at the center, who is being viewed as a technology and investment harbinger for the Indian corporate sector. This is expected to spell growth for diverse industries, including the desalination plant market, primarily RO based desalination technology market in India. "India Desalination Plant Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019'' discusses the following aspects related to desalination plant market in India:

- India Desalination Plant Market Size, Share & Forecast

- Segmental & End User Industry Analysis

- Policy & Regulatory Landscape

- Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities

- Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations

Why You Should Buy This Report?

- To gain an in-depth understanding of desalination plant market in India

- To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the next five years

- To help industry consultants, desalination plants installers and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies

- To obtain research based business decisions and add weight to presentations and marketing materials

- To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs.

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with desalination plant installers and industry personnel. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications such as company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.

1. Report Methodology

2. Analyst Briefing

3. Desalination Overview

4. Global Desalination Plant Market Outlook

4.1. Global Desalination Plant Overview

4.2. Market Size & Forecast

4.2.1. By Value

4.2.2. By Volume

4.2.2.1. By Installed Capacity

4.2.2.2. By Number of Plants

4.3. Market Share & Forecast

4.3.1. By Region

4.3.2. By Technology

4.3.3. By End User Sector

4.3.4. By Feed Water

5. India Desalination Plant Market Outlook

5.1. India Desalination Plant Overview

5.2. Market Size & Forecast

5.2.1. By Value

5.2.2. By Volume

5.2.2.1. By Installed Capacity

5.2.2.2. By Number of Plants

5.3. Market Share & Forecast

5.3.1. By Region

5.3.2. By Technology

5.3.3. By Installer

5.3.4. By End User Sector

6. List of Desalination Plants in India

7. India Desalination Plant Market Dynamics

7.1. Drivers

7.2. Challenges

8. India Desalination Plant Market Trends & Developments

8.1. Renewable Energy Desalination

8.2. Low Temperature Thermal Desalination

8.3. Floating/Barge Mounted Desalination

8.4. Technological Developments

8.5. Private Financing

9. India Economic Profile

10. Competitive Landscape

10.1. Thermax India Ltd.

10.2. Doshion Veolia Water Solutions

10.3. VA Tech Wabag

10.4. Ion Exchange India Ltd.

10.5. GE Power and Water

10.6. IDE Technologies

10.7. Aqua Tech International Corporation

10.8. Hitachi Aqua tech Engineering Pte. Ltd.

10.9. NIOT

10.10. Hyflux Ltd.

11. Strategic Recommendations

12. Appendix

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Water Demand Supply Gap, 2005 & 2030F (Billion Cubic Meters)

Figure 2: Global Desalination Plant Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)

Figure 3: Global Desalination Market Investment, 2010-2016F (USD Billion)

Figure 4: Global Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2009-2019F (Million Cubic Meters)

Figure 5: Global Desalination Plant Market Size, By Number of Plants, 2009-2019F (in Units)

Figure 6: Global Desalination Plant Market Share, By Region, By Installed Capacity, 2010 & 2013 (Million Cubic Meters)

Figure 7: Middle East Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2009-2013 (Million Cubic Meters)

Figure 8: Asia Pacific Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2009-2013 (Million Cubic Meters)

Figure 9: Global Desalination Plant Market Share, By Technology, By Volume of Water Treated, 2011 & 2013

Figure 10: Global Desalination Plant Market Capacity Share, By End User Sector, 2011 & 2013

Figure 11: Global Desalination Plant Market Share, By Feed Water, By Installed Capacity, 2010 & 2013

Figure 12: Global Fresh Water Distribution & Availability Share, By Country, 2011

Figure 13: India Per Capita Water Availability, By Volume, 1951-2025F (Cubic Meters)

Figure 14: India Desalination Plant Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)

Figure 15: India Industrial Water Consumption, 2010 & 2025F (Billion Cubic Meters)

Figure 16: India Power Sector Installed Capacity, 2002-2013 (KMW)

Figure 17: India Power Production Capacity Share, By Fuel, 2013 (KMW)

Figure 18: Power Sector Water Consumption, By End Use Application

Figure 19: Power Sector Water Consumption, 2010, 2020F & 2035F (Billion Cubic Meters)

Figure 20: Power Sector Water Consumption Range, By Fuel, 2013 (Cubic Meter per Mega Watt)

Figure 21: India Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2009-2019F (Thousand Cubic Meters)

Figure 22: India Desalination Plant Market Size, By Number of Plants, 2001-13

Figure 23: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Region, By Treated Water Volume, 2013 & 2019F

Figure 24: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Major States, By Volume, 2013 (Cubic Meter)

Figure 25: India Desalination Plants Market Share, By Major States, By Number of Plants, 2013

Figure 26: India Western Region Desalination Plant Capacity Share, 2013

Figure 27: West India Desalination Plant Market Size, By Volume, 2001 & 2013 (Cubic Meter)

Figure 28: India Southern Region Desalination Plant Capacity, By Volume, 2013

Figure 29: South India Desalination Plant Market, By Volume, 2001 & 2013 (Cubic Meter)

Figure 30: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Technology, By Water Treatment Capacity, 2013

Figure 31: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Technology, By Number of Plants Installed, 2013

Figure 32: India Membrane Desalination Plant Market Share, By Type, 2013

Figure 33: India Thermal Desalination Plant Market Share, By Type, 2013

Figure 34: India Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant Market Size, By Number of Plants, 2001-2013

Figure 35: India Multi Effect Desalination Plant Market Size, By Number of Plants, 2001-2013

Figure 36: India Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2013& 2019F

Figure 37: India Thermal Desalination Plant Market Size, By Installed Capacity, 2013& 2019F

Figure 38: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Installer, By Installed Capacity, 2013

Figure 39: India Desalination Plant Market Size, IDE Technologies, By Capacity, 2005 & 2013 (Cubic Meter)

Figure 40: IDE Technologies Number of Desalination Plants, 2005 & 2013

Figure 41: India Desalination Plant Market Size, VA Tech WABAG, By Number of Plants, 2005 & 2013

Figure 42: India Desalination Plant Market Size, VA Tech WABAG, By Capacity, 2005 & 2013

Figure 43: India Desalination Plant Market Size, Doshion Veolia, By Number of Plants, 2005 & 2013

Figure 44: India Desalination Plant Market Size, Doshion Veolia, By Capacity, 2005 & 2013

Figure 45: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Installer, By Number of Plants, 2013

Figure 46: India Desalination Plant Market Size, By Sector, By Number of Plants, 2013

Figure 47: India Desalination Plant Market Share, By Sector, 2013

Figure 48: India's Population, 2005-13 (Billion)

Figure 49: Thermax India Ltd., India Revenue, 2010-2013 (USD Million)

Figure 50: Thermax India Ltd., Revenue Share, By Business Segment, 2013

Figure 51: Thermax India Ltd., Number of Plants Installed, 2001-2011

Figure 52: Thermax India Ltd., Installed Capacity, 2001-2011 (Thousand Cubic Meters)

Figure 53: Doshion Veolia, Number of Plants Installed, 2001-2009

Figure 54: Doshion Veolia, Installed Capacity, 2001-2009 (Thousand Cubic Meters)

Figure 55: VA Tech Wabag, Global Revenue, 2010-2013 (USD Billion)

Figure 56: VA TECH WABAG, Revenue Share, 2013

Figure 57: Ion Exchange Global Revenue, 2010-2013 (USD Million)

Figure 58: Ion Exchange India Ltd., Revenue Share, By Region, By Business Segment, 2013

Figure 59: Ion Exchange India Ltd., Number of Plants Installed, 2001-2011

Figure 60: Ion Exchange India Ltd., Installed Capacity, 2001-2011 (Thousand Cubic Meters)

Figure 61: GE Water and Technologies Revenue, 2010-2013 (USD Billion)

Figure 62: IDE Technologies, Installed Capacity, 2009-2013 (Thousand Cubic Meters)

List of Tables

Table 1: Desalination Technology Comparison

Table 2: Desalination Technology Segmentation

Table 3: Desalination Plant Installers, India

Table 4: India Water Consumption Share, By Industries

Table 5: India Water Consumption, 2010-2050 (Million Cubic Meters)

Table 6: Min Energy Required for Desalination at 25oC

Table 7: Energy Consumption for Different Processes

Table 8: Capital Cost (approximate) Involved for Varying Capacity Desalination Plants

Table 9: Comparison Between Desalination Plants with and without Reverse Osmosis

Table 10: VA Tech Wabag Financial Summary, 2012 & 2013

 

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