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Power Distribution Tariffs in India 2016 – Discom Wise & Consumer Wise Comprehensive Track

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By meticulously examining the regulation, the latest trends governing the key fuel resources and deeply analysing the possible impacts on all the stakeholders, enincon llp attempts to blend the factual power tariff data and present a dossier which would enable clients with reliable insights and better understanding of the power tariff dynamics in the country.

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DOP: March, 2016 Sector: Geography:

With Government announcing the bailout package under the UDAY schema, the likelihood of power availability would increase for the State discoms. However, it is of pinnacle importance to observe that under sustained efforts of GoI to bring normalcy to limping power sector would be how farfetched in terms of lowering of power tariffs amidst improving domestic coal availability and better power off take in times to come with arguably no cash strapped power distribution company in respective states of India. Under this scenario it was imperative to evaluate the power distribution tariffs’ and hence our latest announced report upon same was quintessential to address the long standing requirement of the report which establishes the very meaning of tariffs’ from distribution point of view and separated from the generation facet. The report will serve as one stop data and analytic solution will minutely examine the distribution tariff for each consumer category. A holistic track of past tariff as per each state shall be developed to facilitate comparisons of trend and develop an outlook for future. In addition, through enincon’s exclusive D2I (Data 2 Information) models this report will explore the untapped potential which industry participants can utilise for their set of businesses. It will also provide for the Open Access power tariff which could enable for better transactions for power trade in India.

Key Queries Resolved: The key queries which are addressed in this report are:

  • What is likely rationale behind tariff calculations followed in India for 2014-19?
  • What are the key impacts on the stakeholders due to these regulations?
  • What would be the cost of power supply and cost of procurement vis-à-vis from power distribution utility’s perspective?
  • How this tariff regime impacted the generating utilities?

USPs associated with the report are as follows:

  • First hand sector knowledge and inputs
  • Primary research inputs from F2F interviews with domain experts
  • Experts insights and market reviews taken into consideration
  • Validated data and analysis
  • Opportunity mapping and market sizing
  • Free Transparent Report Presentation (TRR)

Key Highlights:

  • Analysis of CERC’s Tariff Regulation 2014-19
  • Tariff Comparison 2015-16 vs 2016-17
  • Analysis on New Tariff Policy/Regulations
  • Discom Wise & Consumer Wise Comprehensive Track of Tariffs in India