Global Transmission Research is a leading provider of information and analysis on the global electricity transmission industry. We publish Global Transmission Report (a monthly newsletter) and Global Transmission Weekly (a weekly newsletter). We also operate the website www.globaltransmission.info. We also publish special research reports.
Our key clients
Our clients include leading organisations across the world such as 3M, ABB, Balfour Beatty, Barclays Capital, EDF, Elecnor, Energinet.dk, Eskom, European Investment Bank, Gammon India, GE Energy, Hubbell Power Systems, Hyosung, KEC International, KfW, LS Cable & System, Maxwell Technologies, MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, Mott MacDonald, National Contracting Company, Nexans, PJM Interconnection, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, Poyry, PPC Insulators, Red Electrica de Espana, Reliance Energy, Siemens, Skadden, SNC-Lavalin, State Grid International Development, Terna, Tokyo Electric Power Company, The World Bank, Toshiba, Xcel Energy, Zamil Steel, etc.
Global Mass Transit
Global Mass Transit Research is a leading provider of information and analysis on the global mass transit industry. It publishes the Global Mass Transit Report (a monthly newsletter) and Global Mass Transit Weekly (a weekly update). It also operates the www.globalmasstransit.net website. We also publish special research reports.
Our key clients
Our clients include leading global organisations such as Accenture, AECOM, Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT), Ansaldo STS, Arriva PLC, Ashok leyland, BAE Systems, Bombardier Transportation, CAF, Central Institute of Road Transport (India), Citadel Capital, CJSC Transmasholdings, DB Stadtverkehr GmbH, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EvoBus GmbH, GFI Genfare, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, Halcrow International Partnership, Höft & Wessel AG, HÜBNER GmbH & Co. KG, IE Singapore, INIT AG, IVU Traffic Technologies AG, Keolis, Knorr-Bremse SfS GmbH, KPMG, L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited, Nokia, Nomad Digital, NXP Semiconductors, Pöyry PLC, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Serco, Siemens, Singapore Land Transport Authority, Sojitz Corporation, Solaris Bus & Coach SA, Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited, Thales Rail Signalling Solutions, Thetis SpA, Trapeze Group, VDV eTicket Service GmbH & Co. KG, Veolia Transdev, Volvo Bus Corporation, Vossloh España, S.A., WorleyParsons, etc .
India Infra Monitor
The mission of India Infra Monitor is simple and modest – to provide the most comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date information and analysis on key projects in the Indian infrastructure sector to aid market participants in (a) planning and strategy formulation (b) defining market potential (c) gaining client and competitor related intelligence (d) identifying business/investment opportunities and (e) recognising trends
It tracks key projects across the infrastructure sector in India from conception to completion. It provides comprehensive information on each profile to fulfill the needs of a variety of market participants including promoters, contractors, consultants, lenders, policy makers and analysts. It is further equipped with valuable analytical and reporting tools to enable the user to better comprehend and analyse the data and draw meaningful assertions from the wealth of information in it.
India Infra Monitor is backed by a competent research team which collects information from a wide variety of secondary information sources and supplements the same with information received from authentic primary sources and proactive reach-out to agencies/promoters with the aim to capture maximum possible information on each project. A multi level review process further guarantees the sanctity of data in the system.
India Power Regulation
The mission of India Power Regulation is to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on the regulatory developments in the Indian electricity sector.
Our service package consists of two elements – India Power Regulation Weekly (a newsletter) and www.indiapowerregulation.com (an information-packed website).
India Power Regulation Weekly, published every Monday, provides you with a summary of all regulations and orders issued by central and state electricity regulators during the previous week – relating to generation, transmission, distribution, renewable, trading and other matters.
The orders covered include tariff determination, open access dispute, power purchase agreement approval/dispute, renewable purchase obligation and renewable energy certificate mechanism, standard of performance violation, billing/settlement dispute, licence grant, regulatory approval, grid security/maintenance, infirm power approval/dispute, non compliance to order, notification of documents and procedure, and others.The newsletter also includes links to the original regulations and orders for your reference and convenience.
The second element of our service package, www.indiapowerregulation.com provides online access to current and previously published content in India Power Regulation Weekly, with fully searchable archives. The website also provides an archive of more than 14,000 regulations and orders issued since January 1999. The order archive can be conveniently filtered by regulator, state, segment, order type and petitioner.
Southeast Asia Infrastructure
Southeast Asia Infrastructure is dedicated to providing information, analysis and insight on infrastructure sectors through magazines, research reports, websites and conferences.