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Consumer & Distribution Utility Wise Comprehensive Track
Against the background of many positive changes in power sector, this dossier attempts to make a few analytical observations that are relevant for the states, their regulators and other stake holders in term of Power Distribution Tariffs for India – 2018
Consumer & Distribution Utility Wise Comprehensive Track
Against the background of many positive changes in power sector, this dossier attempts to make a few analytical observations that are relevant for the states, their regulators and other stake holders
Indian power sector has undergone numerous policy changes over the years. The policy landscape in India has progressively evolved since independence but a radical change in the power sector of the country vis-à-vis competition, private sector involvement and investments was witnessed post 1991. Till early 1990’s the power sector in India was shielded away from any kind of involvement from the private sector. However the mounting pressure on government resources to support capacity additions , repeated delays encountered by the state utilities and growing demand-supply gap urged the government of India to open the power generation sector to private participation along with country’s globalization policy. Since then private players have put in continuous efforts to raise power generation portfolio of the country
India’s Power Transmission networks constitute the vital arteries of the entire power value chain. It goes without saying that the growth of power sector is contingent to development of a robust and a non collapsible transmission network. Over the past decades, the total power capacity has witnessed commendable growth, with more than 300 GW of generation capacity currently installed in India.
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.
ENINCON in it’s Fact Track series “Coal Fired Power Generation in India 2015” presents a factual depiction of the crucial data on Generation Capacity Development, Investments , Opportunities & Challenges in store. The main objective of report is to highlight and present parametric analysis of the major states on the regulation and policy basis to guide the investors in decision making process in line with operational and financial parameters of thermal power generating plants in India. This report presents region-wise upcoming and existing coal fired generation capacities addition with state wise list of the same. Further it presents the risks and challenges for coal fired power generation in India. Through this dossier we try to unveil the outlook of state wise coal fired generation capacities and mapping it with the tune of opportunity in INR Billion based on equipment sourcing trends and funding trends for coal based capacities.
ENINCON in this dossier presents a unique blend of the factual status and in-depth analysis of the Indian upstream sector which would be first of its kind and would enable clients to unearth most realistic and long-term business opportunities. The report is created with an objective to present the various statistics as- is and would evaluate the anticipated upstream dynamics of the sector.
ENINCON in it’s report “Power Transmission in India 2015 : Fact Pack on Network Development, Investments, Opportunities & Challenges” explores the entire Power Transmission value-chain in India and stakeholder in domestic and international Transmission markets, to provide valuable insights on the likely Transmission Sector in the country.
In this report ENINCON delves deep to and most exhaustively examines the regulation, recent trends observed in the key fuel sectors and their key impacts on the stake holders. Through this report, ENINCON attempts to unveil the pressure on the power generation companies with incentives linked to PLF instead of PAF and in the current fuel scarcity prevalent in the country.
FY 2013-14 has witnessed the implementation of “Tariff Regulation 2014-19” and its implication on the power tariff. But in FY 2014-15 it’s the coal block de-allocation and its expected re-allocation in March which will have the highest impact on tariff. Electricity tariff from some of the power plants has been determined through tariff-based bidding, while some plants have agreements that provide for fuel cost pass-through to the consumer and for these plants the Government is planning to induce a cap on power prices as per the block. Hence it will be interesting to witness the take of regulatory commission approving the tariff revision petition and thereby the impact analysis of the regulations on power tariffs.
ENINCON in it’s report “Power Procurement in India – Analyzing Long Term Opportunities” explores best Power Procurement Practices/Strategies for the power distribution utilities and open access customers of India. The report attempts to develop the future models and strategies for all the participants of the value chain. The models developed are based on thorough research and in-depth analysis of demand-supply scenario, load forecasting studies of discoms, detailed price comparison of long term and short term models, and all the other factors impacting power procurement’s viability and feasibility have been taken into consideration. The report also projects various scenarios for power procurement depending upon the intervention measure of policy makers/regulators.
Buoyed by the success of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, the MNRE is likely to launch National Biomass mission soon. Industry feels that, a National mission would fuel accelerated development in the biomass industry , same as JNNSM has done to Solar sector. Keeping these development in mind, ENINCON in its latest publication “National Biomass Mission in Offing: Identifying Lucrative Investment Pockets and Opportunity for Stakeholders across Value-Chain” has estimated that, after the announcement of National Mission, Biomass industry will attract an investment of $ 17.5 billion across the value chain