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UDAY’s Impact and Compatibility : State wise indexing of Integrated Power Supply Chain in India – 2017

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UDAY scheme was touted as the next paladin to bail out the struggling Discoms, in order to turn them green in a time horizon of 3-4 years from 2015/16. Though was optional for the states, as of now 27 States/UTs are on board and INR 2,32,163 Crore of bonds have been issued which accounts for 85% of the debt to be restructured under this scheme. The cumulative AT&C* Loss stands at 20.42% with ACS-ARR Gap of INR 0.45/kWh. Also, tariff revision of 25 states have been done out of participating states.

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DOP: September, 2017 Sector: Geography:

The long standing “Achilles” heel of Indian Power Sector has arguably been the power distribution facet courtesy the poor efficiencies and piling debt mount of respective Discoms. The weakest link of the power value chain has constantly pressurised India’s power industry and has threatened procurement dynamics putting a serious  question mark over existing and upcoming power generation portfolio of the country.

Key Queries Resolved

  • What is the power distribution scenario in India?
  • What is the impact of UDAY on financial health of discoms?
  • What is the impact of UDAY on Operational Efficiency of discoms?
  • What is the impact of UDAY on RPO compliance of discoms?
  • What is the impact of UDAY on power generation capacity addition?
  • Which is the best performing state post implementation of discom?
  • Which is the best performing discom post implementation of UDAY?

Contents and Coverage

  • Impact of UDAY on fuel supply economics
  • Impact of UDAY on upcoming generation capacity
  • Impact of UDAY on RPO Compliance
  • State wise feeder metering status trends and outlook
  • State wise feeder segregation status trends and outlook
  • State wise smart metering status trends and outlook
  • State wise AT&C Loss status trends and outlook
  • State wise Billing efficiency trends and outlook
  • State wise collection efficiency trends and outlook
  • Gap evaluation of ACS and ARR
  • Parametric evaluation of best performing state
  • Parametric evaluation of best performing discom

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Key Highlights:

  • Analysing power demand and supply scenario in India
  • Identifying trends and outlook for AT&C loss levels
  • Identifying trends and outlook for billing efficiency of discoms
  • Identifying trends and outlook for collection efficiency of discoms
  • Identifying feeder segregation status
  • Identifying feeder metering status
  • Identifying smart metering status
  • Gap evaluation of ACS and ARR
  • Consumer category wise demand and revenue breakup

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