Smart Cities of India, 2016–2021

Smart Cities of India, 2016–2021

Strategic Analysis of Six Prioritised Smart City Projects and Opportunities in India

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In order to sustain the rapid urbanization in India, the Government of India/Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) launched the “Smart City Mission” in 2015. Through the Smart City Mission, the Government of India announced its intention to develop 109 cities as Smart Cities over next 5 years. Smart Cities in next 5 years are expected to create business opportunities, job opportunities, and contribute to the economic growth of the country. Rapid urbanization and digital escalation are driving smart city investments in India. Around 40% of the total Indian population is likely to live in urban regions in 2030, and cities will account for 70% of India’s GDP in 2030. The Government of India will mainly focus on 6 major components of smart cities with emphasis on the restoration of slum areas, development of intelligent transport, and expansion of utility network. Cities as a part of Smart Cities Mission program will include two categories of development strategies: area-based development and pan-city development. In all, 74% of the proposed capital investment will be used for area-based development of the smart cities; 41% of the investment is through smart city mission grant. In January 2016, the Indian Government announced the first list of 20 cities. These 20 cities are in the phase of implementing the projects that were identified in their respective Smart City Proposals. This research service provides an analysis of the proposed investments by top 6 cities chosen on the basis of economic growth and opportunities. Cities such as Bhubaneswar, Pune, Surat, and Ahmedabad have promising growth potential in the next 5 years and also have high investment opportunities in the smart city proposals. Smart city projects such as urban redevelopment and housing, buildings and waterfront development and row design, intelligent traffic management, and public transport will account for 50% of the proposed capital investment. Public-private partnership will be playing a significant role in India’s Smart City Mission. One-fourth of the smart city fund is sourced through public-private partnership. This research will provide a detail analysis of the funding and project implementation models of the 6 prioritised smart cities in India. It will also evaluate the various smart city initiatives and projects across the 6 smart cities to identify the potential sectors that would drive future opportunities. This research service also ascertains potential opportunities for businesses based on the analysis of the proposed smart city initiatives or investments of the top 6 prioritized smart cities.

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

India’s Roadmap to Smart Cities

Smart City Developments by 2020

Key Smart City Plans of India

Investment Analysis of Prioritised Smart Cities in India

Smart City Investment Analysis—Bhubaneswar Smart City

Smart City Investment Analysis—Ahmedabad Smart City

Smart City Investment Analysis—Surat Smart City

Smart City Investment Analysis—Kochi Smart City

Smart City Investment Analysis—Pune Smart City

Smart City Investment Analysis—Indore Smart City

Strategic Approaches for Companies to Participate in Smart City Projects in India

What Is Smart?

Global Definition of Smart Cities

India’s Road to Smart Cities

Challenges for Smart City Implementation in India

Smart Cities’ Selection Process

Regulatory Bodies for the Smart Cities Mission

Indian Government’s Stipulated Smart City Investments

Types of Smart City Operating Models

Typical Smart Infrastructure Operating Model

Typical Smart Infrastructure Operating Model (continued)

Funding Model for Smart Cities in India

Other Smart City Funding Support Mechanisms

Types of Smart City Projects in India

India’s Roadmap to Smart Cities

Key Focus Areas of Smart City Development in India

Impact of 100 Smart Cities by 2020

Smart City Developments by 2020

Key Smart City Plans of India

Categories of Development of Smart Cities in India

Investment Analysis of Prioritised Smart Cities in India

Investment Analysis of Sub-Sectors of 6 Smart City Sectors

PPP Playing Significant Role in India’s Smart City Mission

Factors Driving Smart City Investment in India

Urbanisation in India

Impact of Urbanisation in India

Digitisation in India

Connected Devices and India’s Internet Economy

Big Data Explosion in India

Smart City Investment Analysis—Bhubaneswar Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area-based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-city Projects

Bhubaneswar City has the Highest PPP Funding Among the Prioritised 20 Indian Smart Cities

Project Implementation and Stakeholder Network

Evaluation of Opportunities—Bhubaneswar Smart City Project

Smart City Investment Analysis—Ahmedabad Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area-based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-city Projects

Public Private Partnership Playing a Significant Role in Smart City Initiatives in the Ahmedabad City

Project Implementation and Stakeholder Network

Evaluation of Opportunities—Ahmedabad Smart City Project

Smart City Investment Analysis—Surat Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area Based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-City Projects

Public Private Partnership Playing a Significant Role in Smart City Initiatives in Surat

Stakeholder Framework and Project Implementation Model

Evaluation of Opportunities—Surat Smart City Project

Smart City Investment Analysis—Kochi Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area-based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-city Projects

Public Private Partnership Playing a Significant Role in Smart City Initiatives in the Kochi City

Stakeholder Framework and Project Implementation Model

Evaluation of Opportunities—Kochi Smart City Project

Smart City Investment Analysis—Pune Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area-based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-city Projects

Public Private Partnership and UK Government Playing a Significant Role in Smart City Initiatives in Pune

Stakeholder Framework and Project Implementation Model

Evaluation of Opportunities—Pune Smart City Project

Smart City Investment Analysis—Indore Smart City

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Area Based Projects

Smart City Opportunity Analysis in Pan-city Projects

Public Private Partnership Playing a Significant Role in Indore Smart City Initiatives

Stakeholder Framework and Project Implementation Model

Evaluation of Opportunities—Indore Smart City Project

Strategic Approaches for Companies to Participate in Smart City Projects in India

Opportunity Mapping for Entities Across 6 Selected Smart Cities

Opportunity Mapping for Entities Across 6 Selected Smart Cities (continued)

Key Foreign Collaborations in India’s Smart City Mission

Mapping of Key Vendors Across Smart City Solutions

Key Recommendations to the Government

Legal Disclaimer

List of Acronyms and Abbreviations

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In order to sustain the rapid urbanization in India, the Government of India/Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) launched the “Smart City Mission” in 2015. Through the Smart City Mission, the Government of India announced its intention to develop 109 cities as Smart Cities over next 5 years. Smart Cities in next 5 years are expected to create business opportunities, job opportunities, and contribute to the economic growth of the country. Rapid urbanization and digital escalation are driving smart city investments in India. Around 40% of the total Indian population is likely to live in urban regions in 2030, and cities will account for 70% of India’s GDP in 2030. The Government of India will mainly focus on 6 major components of smart cities with emphasis on the restoration of slum areas, development of intelligent transport, and expansion of utility network. Cities as a part of Smart Cities Mission program will include two categories of development strategies: area-based development and pan-city development. In all, 74% of the proposed capital investment will be used for area-based development of the smart cities; 41% of the investment is through smart city mission grant. In January 2016, the Indian Government announced the first list of 20 cities. These 20 cities are in the phase of implementing the projects that were identified in their respective Smart City Proposals. This research service provides an analysis of the proposed investments by top 6 cities chosen on the basis of economic growth and opportunities. Cities such as Bhubaneswar, Pune, Surat, and Ahmedabad have promising growth potential in the next 5 years and also have high investment opportunities in the smart city proposals. Smart city projects such as urban redevelopment and housing, buildings and waterfront development and row design, intelligent traffic management, and public transport will account for 50% of the proposed capital investment. Public-private partnership will be playing a significant
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