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Title: Indian Power Generation Industry

Indian Power Generation Industry
Bharat Book Bureau
  • The Indian Power generation industry had
    witnessed an incredible growth journey in the
    past few years, led by the entry of private
    sector players. However, with the 11th Plan
    adding 54.5GW, the domestic coal industry has
    not kept pace with growth in capacity addition,
    which led to acute coal shortage. To counter
    this, most of the private players went ahead and
    bought mines in Indonesia and Australia, but
    upward revision of imported coal prices and
    non-pass through clause in competitively bid
    imported coal based projects rendered these
    projects unviable. Additionally, the state
    distribution companies are in dire state with
    huge losses due to nonrevision of tariffs, high
    ATC losses and non payment of subsidy by

  • Hence, there are few critical questions which
    remain unanswered that where the Indian power
    generation industry headed? Can domestic coal
    supply be improved? Will government allow
    pass-through for imported coal based plants? How
    12th Five year plan will fair in terms of
    capacity addition? Will Merchant power remain
    lucrative? Is the consolidation in the Indian
    generation industry inevitable? CARE Research has
    attempted to address all these queries using most
    pragmatic approach.

  • CARE Research's report on the Indian Power
    generation industry contains comprehensive data
    and analysis of the sector apart from giving
    CARE's outlook on the sector. With its
    established network of primary and secondary
    sources, CARE Research has captured exhaustive
    data on the various parameters to analyze the
    industry. CARE Research has also forecasted the
    coal shortage with and without coal pooling and
    coal supply over the 12th Plan (2012-17). The
    report is indispensable for any company in the
    pharmaceutical industry, banks/Financial
    Institutions (FIs), policy makers, research
    academic institutions, other international and
    national agencies etc. Additionally, the twelve
    monthly updates from the date of subscription of
    the said report would form a potent tool for the
    subscribers to keep abreast with the recent
    developments in the industry. 

Table of Contents
  • SECTION- I CARE Researchs
    OUTLOOK Outlook12th Plan capacity addition to
    be front loaded 62-65GWCapacity addition to
    narrow peak/base deficit by end of the 12th Plan
    (FY17)Coal deficit to reach 143MT led by lack
    of rail linkages/Clearance delays by 12th
    Plan-endCoal pooling to reduce coal deficit to
    70MT by FY17 for the power sectorCERC gives nod
    on tariff revision for imported coal projects
    UMPP Standard Bidding Documents (SBD) likely to
    be revised.Hydro capacity addition expected to
    remain muted in the 12th PlanRE capacity
    addition set to improve as GBI is restored in
    Budget 2013-14 SECTION- II INDUSTRY
    State2003-2006- Path breaking reforms2007-2009-
    Initial euphoria and merchant boom2009-11-Self
    correction2011 onwards- Redefining period

  • Power Sector Regulatory evolutionPre-refor
    m stage (1947-1991)Post-reform
    (1992-2003)Electricity Act, 2003 (2003-till
    date)Demand Characteristics and behaviourPower
    demand characteristicsSeasonalityGeographical
    distributionAiling SEBs to stifle growthState
    elections- fair unmet demand indicatorConsumers
    ready to pay for quality and reliability

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