Power Procurement in India 2013 – Analysing Long Term Opportunities

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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.

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The recent proposal of Forum of Regulators (FoR) to grant freedom to the discoms to meet their electricity requirements from the Short-term Market (STM), within a specified ceiling of tariff, is believed to be a major turnaround step in the wholesale power market.  The freedom has been granted as  no prior regulatory approval is needed to procure electricity from STM, if the electricity shortage is due to the factors, which is beyond the control of the distribution utility.

Moreover, in the context to power procurement planning, the role of regulator cannot be ruled out. At present, regulators are playing the important role of governing body, and are striving to incentivise/ penalise the discoms to optimize their power procurement planning and to strike the necessary balance between the long-term and the short-term power procurement, for further approval of tariffs. However, despite the regulations in place, states such as Tamil Nadu are acting in an inefficient manner by meeting their requirements from STM and the regulators so far have been incapable in encouraging the efficiency of the state utility. In this light, the report has emphasised the role of regulators in power procurement.

Key queries resolved: The key queries which are addressed in this report are:

  • What is the present regulatory scenario on light of power procurement from upcoming plants?
  • Which are the best states (discoms) for a seller (developer/trader) to sell power?
  • What are the best power procurement practices for buyers in the current wholesale power market?
  • What are the best ways to capitalize on the opportunities prevalent in long-term and short-term markets?
  • Which are the best states for a seller to sell power to an industrial consumer via open access?
  • What are the right selling strategies for sellers in context to fuel (coal) ?
  • What are the key takeaways for India from Global Power Market?
  • What would be the level of maturity of wholesale electricity market in future?

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)
  • Free Data Sets in form of Excel Sheets

Key Highlights:

  • Current power procurement practices in Indian power market
  • Regulatory dynamics of power procurement in India
  • In depth performance assessment and benchmarking of states for power procurement
  • ƒBest strategies for power procurement in Indian power market
  • Right selling strategies and models for power market participants
  • Open access impact assessment for future power procurement in India