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Report on Performance Evaluation of Electric Supply Utilities in India

  • ID: 1080823
  • October 2009
  • Region: India
  • 270 Pages
  • IndiaCore

The Report focuses on evaluation of the performances of the Electric utilities in India. The work is particularly significant in the context of the ongoing reforms in the Indian electricity sector. Unfortunately, the concept of efficiency in the delivery of power services has been historically alien in the Indian context (even outside India, efficiency measurement studies have been relatively scarce in developing countries), and it is now being realized that efficiency evaluation is an integral component of any comprehensive reforms program.

The efficiency evaluation is also necessary for generating competition in the sector and for sector regulation and scientific tariff setting. Hence, it is vital for the success of any reforms program to review the performance of existing utilities. Based on the productivity and efficiency analysis, benchmarks can be set, and targets for improvement may be identified.

The Report is coming at a crucial time when the Indian government has initiated measures that promise to revamp the sector. The work presented in the Report is a pioneer study on evaluation of performances in the Indian power sector, as so far no known study has attempted READ MORE >

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Indian Electricity Sector: A Critical Review of Organizational Structure, Reforms and Their Impact Assessment

Chapter 3. Distribution sector reforms in India

Chapter 4. Efficiency Evaluation Framework: A Study Of Literature And Methodology Employed In The Analysis

Chapter 5. Productivity and benchmarking studies for the Indian electric Utilities in the Pre-“Electricity Act 2003” era

Chapter 6. Efficiency and Conclusions benchmarking studies for the Indian electric utilities in the Post-Electricity Act 2003 era

Chapter 7. Summary and Conclusions

Dr Tripta Thakur is Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, MANIT, Bhopal, India

Dr S.C. Kaushik is Professor and Head, Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India

Dr S.G. Deshmukh is Professor and Associate Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India

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