Power Tariffs in India - 2017

  • ID: 4311381
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • 250 Pages +
  • SNP Infra Research Solutions Private Limited
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Keeping focus on Power Sector start of 2016 ignited with revision of Tariff Policy allowing Producer to sell power at Exchanges on Utilities failure followed by INR 200 Billion project to upgrade power distribution as a part of electricity to all houses by 2021 and UDAY Scheme for Operational and Financial turn-around of Discom, to mention few to benefit the stake holder ranging from Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Consumer. Also, Government has aim to achieve renewable mix of 175 GW by 2022 bringing more focus to RE integration, directing to fulfill base load by renewable than thermal, which in turn will bring paradigm shift in power tariff structure in India.

The sudden historic decision of demonetization of INR 500 and 1000 rupees note also played a very vital role in reducing the Aggregate Revenue Requirement of the Discoms with almost surge of 10 to 30% in revenue receipt. Likely to make drop in power tariff in combination with above initiative.

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? This 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 attempts to unveil the assessment of RE integration visà-vis power distribution? Impact Analysis of UDAY Scheme? 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. The 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.

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Part I: Overview Of Tariffs

I. Introduction

  • How is Tariff Calculated?
  • Design of Tariff
  • Fixed Component
  • Variable Component

II. National Tariff Policy (NTP)

III. CERC Tariff Regulation 2014-19 for Thermal Power Station

I V. CERC Tariff Regulation 2015 for Renewable Energy Sources

V. Impact of UDAY scheme on Power Tariff

VI. Shift from Thermal to Renewable: Assessment of RE Integration

VII. Power Distribution in India

  • Cost of Supply
    • Under Unbundled State Structure
    • Private Discoms
    • Franchise
  • Power Procurement Cost
    • Under Unbundled State Structure
    • Private Discoms
    • Franchise

Part II: Latest Tariff Data

VIII. Schedule of Retail Supply Tariff - (FY 16-17 VS FY 15-16)

  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Bihar
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Daman and Diu
  • Delhi
  • Goa and Union Territories
  • Gujarat
  • Haryana
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Jammu and Kashmir
  • Jharkhand
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Maharashtra
  • Manipur
  • Meghalaya
  • Mizoram
  • Orissa
  • Punjab
  • Rajasthan
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Telangana
  • Tripura
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Uttarakhand
  • West Bengal

Part III: Annexures

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A Must buy for:

This Report is a must for anyone dealing with:

  • IPPs
  • CPSUs
  • SEBs
  • FIIs
  • Banks
  • EPC Contractors
  • Coal Mining Agency
  • Coal Traders
  • Gas Supplying Agencies
  • Power Traders
  • Technical & Environmental Firms
  • Research Firms
  • Consulting Firms
  • Fuel Traders
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