By 2022, the Indian electrical equipment industry is expected to touch US$100bn, driven by domestic and export demand.
FDI allowed under automatic route in the sector.
of India's total manufacturing in terms of value.
new jobs to be created by the sector by 2022.
growth reported by the industry over 2017-18.
production under the Indian Electrical Equipment Industry Mission Plan (2012-22).
of capacity to be added during 2017-2022, under market reforms such as "Power for All".
of exports recorded by the electrical equipment sector during the financial year 2017-18.
increase in transmission lines from 291,336 ckm in March 2014 to 366,634 ckm in March 2017.
of the electrical equipment industry is represented by transmission and distribution.
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