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Power Distribution Tariffs in India – 2017

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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

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DOP: March, 2017 Sector: Geography:

Since 2014, panoramic changes have characterized the power sector  including: record addition to generation capacity and the comprehensive initiative “Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana (UDAY)”, to improve the health and performance of the distribution companies. These changes provide the basis for discussing issues of longer-term interest for the states, their power regulators and involved stakeholders.

Key Queries Resolved

  • What is the key rationale behind tariff calculation for FY 2017-18 ?
  • What are the key impacts on the stakeholders due to the tariff change?
  • What is the consumer profiling of the state?
  • What is the actual power situation of the state?
  • What is the actual connected load amongst various consumer categories?
  • What is the consumer category wise revenue contribution?
  • How much is the Gross Employee cost of the state’s discom?
  • How much is the Tariff revenue/Net ARR and Revenue Gap/Surplus?
  • How much are the number of consumers across the state under various consumer categories?

Business Case For Power Distribution Tariffs In India

  • Addition of record generation capacity: A move to create “one market in power”
  • Long overdue reforms of Discoms taking shape
  • Energizing the development of Renewable Sector
  • The new paradigm of surplus power sets the stage for new reforms
  • Move to make tariff structure more simple
  • High tariffs and erratic supply for industry have led to a slow but steady decline in the growth of industrial electricity purchases from utilities and a gradual transition towards captive generation.
  • Push to “Make in India” initiative
  • Push to allow Open Access on large scale

Contents and Coverage

  • Northern Region Power Distribution Tariff in India for FY 2017-18
  • Western Region Power Distribution Tariff in India for FY 2017-18
  • Eastern Region Power Distribution Tariff in India for FY 2017-18r
  • Southern Region Power Distribution Tariff in India for FY 2017-18
  • North Eastern Region Power Distribution Tariff in India for FY 2017-18
  • Power Distribution Tariff of Union Territories in India for FY 2017-18
  • Consumer Wise Comprehensive Tariff
  • Distribution Utility wise comprehensive Tariff

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  • 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
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Key Highlights:

  • Consumer category wise wise tariff schedule for FY 2017-18
  • Consumer Profiling as per connected load – Mapping density of Domestic/Industrial/Commercial/Agricultural and Bulk Consumers
  • Consumer category wise revenue contribution
  • Net ARR/Revenue Gap/Surplus for each state and distribution utility

Must Buy For

  • Power Generating Companies
  • Power Distribution Utilities
  • Power Transmission Utilities
  • Captive/Group Captive Consumers
  • Power Exchanges
  • Bulk Consumers
  • State Regulatory Authorities
  • Independent Power Producers
  • FIIs/Banks
  • Industrial Parks/SEZs/Steel Plants
  • Government Agencies

Report Insights

  • Overview of Power Distribution Utilities in the state
  • Analysing impact of tariff regulations on distribution utilities and all the stakeholders
  • Distribution Utility Wise tariff sheet for FY 2017-18 for all Distribution Utilities
  • Distribution Utility wise revenue generated across various customer categories
  • Estimating financial stability of the distribution utilities by analysing their revenue and expenditure