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1 Baroda Electrical SEZ© Abhay Developers Pvt Ltd
© Dr Rajesh Khajuria TEAMPro Limited UK – India Electrifying Future ©

2 Promoters Abhay Developers Pvt Ltd, Baroda (SPV)
BRG Group: Mr Bakulesh R Gupta, Chairman Mr Sargam Gupta, MBA (UK), Director IT SEZ, Schools and Real Estate business Rs 100 Crore Net worth Rs 200 Crore Baroda Knowledge City: IT / ITES SEZ approved by Government of Gujarat. Dr Rajesh Khajuria, Director, TEAMPro Limited, London UK / Baroda India. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

3 Presentation Scheme 1. India’s Electrical Industry in World: 4
2. Electrical Industry in India: Slide Hydro, Ultra Mega Power, Transmission, Rural. Future Power Scenario: Power Capacity Addition: FDI and Exports in Electrical Industry:16-23 Baroda’s Potential in Elec. Industry: Project Details: Why TEAM? Knowledge Partners: 36-37 Dr R Khajuria TEAM

4 Electrical Industry India has in the world the…
5th largest electricity generation capacity. 5th largest telecom services market - US$ 17.8 billion revenues in FY 2005. 2nd largest road network million km. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

5 Hydro-Power Unexploited
There are still 1.6 billion people in the world with no access to electricity, almost all of them living in developing countries. 23% of total technically feasible hydropower potential is exploited in China, 82% in USA, 65% in Canada, 73% in Germany, but only 5% in Africa and 13% in Asia as a whole. Source: UNIDO Dr R Khajuria TEAM

6 Hydro-Power 150,000 MW Dr R Khajuria TEAM

7 Ultra Mega: 20,000 MW Source: Economic Survey, Government of India
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8 Transmission: 60,000 KM Dr R Khajuria TEAM

9 Rural: 56% Yet to Elec. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

10 Future Power Scenario 1 Interactive Session on Current and Future Power Scenario held on 25th May 2006 in New Delhi. Present: Hon’ble Minister of Power Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde Shri R.V. Shahi, Secretary Power Shri Anil K. Agarwal, President, ASSOCHAM, Shri Rakesh Bakshi, Managing Director, Vestas RRB, Dr. V.K. Garg, CMD, Power Finance corporation Dr R Khajuria TEAM

11 Future Power Scenario 2 Need for huge capacity addition in the power sector since only 34,000 MW expected during the 10th Plan ( ). 100,000 MW required by India. For 50,000 MW hydro initiatives already launched, progress needs to be stepped up. State Governments need to expedite procedures for land acquisition and other approvals and the Centre needs to ensure effective coordination, so as to have matching transmission capacity coming up. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

12 Future Power Scenario 3 To Privatise 50% of New Power Capacity.
To ensure contribution of renewable energy in the overall energy scenario of the country… 2% to 20% by Y 2020 in India. 5% to 20% in USA and Europe. Sources: ASSOCHAM, TEAM Research. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

13 SEZs Need Electricals 150 SEZs approved by BOA, Ministry of Commerce, Government of India shall need Power and Electrical equipments on a massive scale Worth Rs 25,000 Crore over Y approx. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

14 Power Capacity Addition 1
Result: Massive Demand for Electrical Equipments Dr R Khajuria TEAM

15 Power Capacity Addition 2
Result: Massive Demand from Thermal-Hydro Sectors Dr R Khajuria TEAM

16 Foreign Investment India's foreign exchange reserves stand at US$ 165 billion ( ). India has become the second-most attractive destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) among manufacturing investors… Source: as per A T Kearney's latest FDI Confidence Index rankings. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

17 FDI in India Dr R Khajuria TEAM

18 FDI Rise Due to Elec. “FDI flows to India rose by 36% in , mainly due to Electrical Equipments, Computer Software, Electronics and Services sectors.” Source: India Budget, Ministry of Finance, Government of India Dr R Khajuria TEAM

19 Electrical Export Share
India's … Total Exports account for less than 1% of Global Trade. Power Generating Machinery & Equipment Exports account for only 0.2% of Global Market. Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliance also account for 0.2% of Global Trade. Result: Tremendous Scope to increase Export of Electrical & Power Equipment, Apparatus, and Appliances Dr R Khajuria TEAM

20 Engineers Strength:India
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21 Electrical Machinery Electrical Machinery industry’s share in India’s ‘Value Added Registered Manufacturing’ has increased from 5.82% in 1970s to 8% by 2004. Result: It is one of the very few sectors with 33% rise in overall share. Value Added Registered Manufacturing’s share is 66% in total Manufacturing sector. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

22 Auto Electrical Parts Automobile with Auto Parts industry has a
Turnover of Rs 1440 Billion, Investment of Rs 800 Bn, Exports of Rs 1000 Bn, Employment for 45 mn direct, 100 mn indirect. Auto & Parts Industry is 16% p.a. in Production and 35% p.a. in Exports. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

23 Select Elect. Production
Provisional figures. Global companies are eying expansions in India. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

24 Baroda’s Potential 1 Baroda has India’s three largest and oldest Electrical Companies, all growing fast: ABB Ltd (Swiss giant) – Locomotives to Complete Electrical systems on turnkey basis. Novino Batteries Ltd (Matsushita, Japan) – Largest in Dry Cell Batteries, Torches etc. Jyoti Ltd – Mini Hydel Power Stations, Motors, Switchgears and Rotating Electrical Equipments. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

25 Baroda’s Potential 2 80% of Transformers of Gujarat State are manufactured in Baroda’s 100 SSI Units. Over 500 Electrical & Engineering Units. Electrical Supplier-industry like CRGO Laminations, Control Panels, PCBs, Lighting, Battery Cell, Switches, Wires & Cables etc have developed locally. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

26 Baroda’s Potential 3 Halol 40 KM from Baroda has expanding cluster of General Motors (GM). Pune’s thriving Auto industry with 9 major Automobile plants source Auto Parts from Baroda and Halol. Baroda is known for Engineering Design (L & T Chiyoda) and Manufacturing industry. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

27 Government Agencies Electrical Research And Development Agency (ERADA), Government of Gujarat/India, Baroda – for testing and certification. Gujarat Engineering Research Institute (GERI), Baroda. Gujarat Energy Development Agency (GEDA), Baroda – Nodal Agency of Government of Gujarat for Non-conventional Energy (Wind, Solar, etc). Gujarat Electricity Board’s Head Quarter, Baroda. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

28 Electrical SEZ Location
100 Hectare (250 Acre) Land at GIDC Savli, Baroda Airport – Baroda (Domestic) – 15 km Ahmedabad (International) km Railway Station – 20 km Dry Port (CFS Oppo. GSFC) – 15 km Ports–Kandla (440 km), Mumbai (440 km) Manpower: 100,000 Graduates in 200 km. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

29 SEZ Infrastructure No Pollution Zone.
Developed Land with Plots of ¼ - 5 acres each. Direct Road access from Expressway Baroda-Ahmedabad), only 12 km from Baroda. 100% Power (GEB/Gas/Wind), Internal Roads. Water, Engineers and Skilled Manpower. 100% Security, Regulated Entry, Insurance, International Banking & Finance, Post Office, Transport, Warehouses, Offices, Parking, Garden, Service Apartments. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

30 SEZ Project Cost (Rs Million approx.) Land – 100 Hectares 250
Development Buildings Utilities & Power 550 Equipments P & P Expenses Total ,000 (200 Cr) Dr R Khajuria TEAM

31 Sources of Finance (Rs Million)* Equity 500 FDI 300 Term Loans 1,200
Total 2,000 (200 Cr) * (Approx.) Dr R Khajuria TEAM

32 Export & Employment (Y 2006-11) (Rs Million)*
Project Investment in SEZ: 2,000 SEZ 100 Units’ Investment: ,000 Total Investment in SEZ: 10,000 (1,000 Cr) Electrical/Power Sector Investment (10 Years): ,000 (2 Lakh Cr) Exports expected from SEZ: 20,000 (2,000 Cr) Employment Potential in SEZ: 20,000 Persons * (Approx estimates). Dr R Khajuria TEAM

33 Permissions Land Acquisition. Gujarat SEZ Act, 2003.
SEZ Act 2005 and SEZ Rules 2006, Ministry of Commerce, Government of India. In-principle / Formal Approval. Notification in Official Gazette. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

34 SEZ Project Planning Feasibility Study by TEAM Applications by TEAM
Fund-raising Tie-ups by TEAM Government Permissions Construction Permissions Implementation Team Dr R Khajuria TEAM

35 Implementation Schedule*
Project Planning 3 Months Permissions-SEZ 3 Months Sub-Total 6 Months Implementation Months Total Months * (approx.) Dr R Khajuria TEAM

36 Why TEAM? Since 1983 in India, then London UK.
220 Projects Advised successfully. Electrical Industry Knowledge & Clients. Total US$ 10 Billion investment catalysed. Invited by Governments of India, UK, Singapore, HK, Thailand, Sudan, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman for development assignments in technology and trade. Dr R Khajuria TEAM

37 Knowledge Partners TEAMPro Limited, UK Dr Rajesh Khajuria, Director
MBA (Fin), PhD (Management), CMC, FIMC, MIoD India Baroda M: London T: (Sunil Vaghani) Electrifying Future © Dr R Khajuria TEAM

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