India has the second largest urban population in the world with more than 300 million people living in urban India. By 2021, the figure is expected to cross 40% with 74 million plus urban agglomerations. To meet the challenges of rapid urbanization, the Government of India has launched the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) in 2005 with an overarching objective to strengthen and empower urban local bodies / municipalities and to catalyze investment, both public and private, for urban infrastructure and amenities. This has opened the doors of partnerships between the public and private players in developing the Indian urban infrastructure.
One of the early adoptions of such PPP models in urban water distribution has been the case of Tirupur Industrial Water Supply Project. Urban Water Distribution PPPs has picked up the momentum since 2005 after the successful implementation of JNNURM sanctioned water PPP project at Chandrapur, Maharashtra, which got operational in 2007.
PPP projects today have a total reach of approximately more than five million urban populations.
pManifold’s Market Research Report on ‘Urban water distribution PPPs (UWDP)’ in India provides an insight into the current scenario of urban water distribution, the business models behind it and its future trends.
Detailed Table of Contents
2) Executive Summary
3) Water Distribution Scenario
a)Water Value Chain and its leakages
b)Water Distribution Scenario in India
i) Distribution Scenario in India – Coverage and availability
ii) Distribution Scenario in India – Consumption and Billing
iii) Benchmarking with international scenario
c)Key issues faced by Water Utilities
i)Gap analysis – Going ahead, what needs to be the focus?
ii)Strategic Challenges for the Water Sector
d)Different operating models in use
e)Attractiveness of Water PPP models
4) Water PPP as a business model
a)Types of business models
b)Types of Public-Private-Partnerships in water sector
c)Suitability of PPP models across urban (Metro / Tier I, II & III) and rural
5) Urban Water Distribution PPP (UWDP) Markets
a)Key Market Drivers
b)Projects Update – Operational / Ongoing / Suspended
c)Players – Operators and Bidders
d)Model Uptakes – trends and future projections
6) UWDP Operating Model
c)Major Activities and Operations
d)General organizational structure of Water Utility
7) UWDP Bid Process and RFP Analysis
b)RFP Key Contract Parameters
c)Comparative Review of RFPs, Bidder Preferences and Outlook – Assets Info / Customer segmentation / Winning Bid Details
i)Maharashtra – Nagpur / Aurangabad / Bhiwandi / Latur
ii)Karnataka – Hubli Dharwad / Bengaluru / etc.
iii)Delhi Jal Board (Malviaya Nagar / Mahrauli / Vasant Vihar)
8) UWDP Investment Economics
c)NRW Loss Reduction – Trajectories & Strategies
e)Key RoI Sensitivity Parameters
9) Case Studies
e)Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran
i)Population & Tariff
ii)Connection Distribution & Meter Status
iii)Billing & Recovery
iv)ULB Expenditure Analysis
a)KPIs of Water Utility
b)State-wise WSS status quo
c)Innovations in UWDP financing – municipal bonds, etc.
d)NRW Loss Reduction Challenges & Best Practices
e)India Water policy and various Water Reform programs and status quo
f)Water Tariff across all States
g)Nodal Agencies at State Level (with contact details)
h)Service Providers Directory
KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REPORT ARE
1) Current market scenario and uptakes of Urban Water Distribution PPP models in India
2) Key Challenges in Urban Water Distribution space
3) Functional Roles and types of Public Private Partnerships(PPP) business models in water sector
4) Case Studies on existing PPP models in India (Bhiwandi/Nagpur/Latur/ Aurangabad/ Khandwa, Etc.)
5) UWDP Bid Process and comparative RFP analysis of operating models in Maharashtra/Karnataka &Delhi
6) Detailed UWDP Bid Process description
7) Detailed Market analysis of Maharashtra – A case of MJP
a) Considering different parameters like population, Tariff, Connection Distribution & Meter Status, Billing and Recovery, ULB Expenditure analysis
8) Investment economics of UWDP projects
a) Sensitivity to different parameters like CAPEX, OPEX, NRW Loss reduction, ROI, Key ROI Sensitivity parameters, etc.
9) Water Tariff structure across all states of India
10) A detailed study on evolution of India’s National Water Policy
KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED
- What is the present water distribution scenario in India?
- What is the global ranking of India in water availability
- What are the strategic challenges of water utilities?
- What is the risk and value chain of various PPP models?
- What are the UWDP Model risks in terms of (Socio-Political Risks, Engineering Risks, Financial Risks)
- What are the key gaps in Urban Water Distribution PPP space?
- Who are the key market drivers in Urban Water Distribution PPP (UWDP) space
- How Private Players can bridge the gaps?
- What are the factors contributing the success of PPP Projects?
- What are the RFP Contract Parameters?