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Power Tariffs in India 2016
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The Electricity Act 2003 followed by coal linkage policy. Focusing on segregation of wire and supply business of distribution sector, regular tariff revision by concerned SERC in the proposed amendment and linking FSA of power plant through distribution license will bring favorable changes in distribution tariff, which in turn will bring paradigm shift in power tariff structure of India.
Also, Government has planned to augment its coal production to 100 BT by 2022 to improve the PLF of the power plant with facilities like coal swap policy. In addition to this Government has also put its focus on improving the pie of renewable in total power generation of India to further improve the power availability. This dynamic shift of sourcing and type of fuel with tariff based bidding may put the mark on Power Tariff of India
In this milieu, it will be interesting to witness the take of regulatory commission approving the tariff revision petition and thereby understanding the impact of increase on different category of consumers. In this regard, the impact analysis of the regulations on power tariffs coupled with the factual data on the most recent power tariff’s applicable on a countrywide basis was an imperative. By meticulously examining the impact of new regulations and deeply analyzing the possible impacts on all the stakeholders, SNP Infra Research attempts to blend the factual power tariff data and present a dossier which would be first of its kind and would enable clients with reliable insights and better understanding of the power tariff dynamics in the country.
The key queries which find answer in this report are: What is likely rationale behind power tariff of India? In this dossier SNP Infra Research delves deep to and most exhaustively examines the case of fuel pooling and its possible impact on the end consumers and the dynamics of power industry. Through this report, SNP Infra Research 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? Would all the states be as pro-active as Delhi in auditing the distribution utilities to examine the power tariffs, if so then what would be its possible impact? What would be the impact of Feed in Tariff? Also, what would be the cost of power supply and cost of procurement vis-à- vis from power distribution utility’s perspective is mapped in detail.
Queries like these and many more find their solutions in the virtue of this report which is to explore how the Indian electricity generation sector would respond to the new tariff environment. The report also analyses current power tariffs prevalent in all the states of India with utility wise status. This 700+ pages report provides highly reliable datasets and excellent insights on power tariffs and is a must buy for all allied stakeholders in the business value chain of power generation to sale.

Report Classification Research Report
No. of Pages 1000
Format PDF
Date of Publication 2016-03-02