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Rising up to the challenges
April 2014
The primary objective for the incoming Power Minister should be to address the number of challenges have emerged in the sector over the past decade and fulfill the Ministry´s 2003 goal of ensuring reliable, consistent and affordable power to all Indians, says Umesh Agrawal
Umesh Agrawal, Financial Restructuring Package, Coal, Petroleum, Natural Gas

Reforming the power sector: An action plan
April 2014
The power sector is suffering from a number of anomalies. Here are a few suggestions for the new Power Minister to consider, from former power secretary VK Pandit We have all the legislations in place. There is a Central Regulator fixing tariffs, and transmission has been declared as an independent activity from generation inviting more investments. While we have a capacity to transfer power from one region to another, there are peculiar problems with the opening up of this sector for investmen
VK Pandit, Tribals, Arunachal Pradesh, Bhutan, PSU, NHPC, WAPCOS, PGCIL, NTPC

Tariff revisions: Is this a balancing act?
April 2014
Recently, the Central Electricity Regulatory Authority has came out with two important decisions, revised tariff norms for 2014-19, and compensatory tariff revision for Tata´s and Adani´s UMPPs. The first decision seems to be a ruthless step and the second is considered to be a fine balancing act. Rahul Kamat takes a look at these two issues.
Central Electricity Regulatory Authority, Rahul Kamat, Roe, Subhash Kulkarni, NTPC

Towards a level playing field
April 2014
P Umashankar, Former Secretary, Ministry of Power, discusses with Rahul Kamat on how the new power minister can resolve some of the impediments in the sector, even within the current statutory framework, which can turn the sector into a better opportunity provider for private players.
P Umashankar, Rahul Kamat, CAGR, CIL, PPP, Sbds, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Haryana

A power-packed agenda
April 2014
The incoming Power Minister has his task cut out, to say the least. Rahul Kamat and Devarajan Mahadevan list the top ten items that should be on his agenda... Of all the ministerial posts that will be up for grabs after the new political dispensation takes to power after the general elections, you might really not find any takers for the finance minister´s post, thanks to the strong winds that are buffeting the economy. Another hot seat will be that of the power minister.
Rahul Kamat, KPMG, Devarajan Mahadevan, SCADA, China, Umpps, DBFOT

A smart take on smart grids
April 2014
Reji Kumar Pillai , President and Chief Executive Officer, India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) provides an update on the Smart Grid scenario in India to Janaki Krishnamoorthi, and elaborates on the road ahead for their implementation.
Reji Kumar Pillai, Janaki Krishnamoorthi, SCADA, R-APDRP, Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, USTDA, CPRI

Way ahead for Smart Grids in India
April 2014
Smart Grids have been touted as a panacea for all of the power industry´s problems. Janaki Krishnamoorthi does a reality check India's energy demand is expected to increase three-folds in the next decade. To meet this demand as also to counter several existing problems plaguing the power sector like shortage of power, poor access to electricity in rural areas, power thefts, huge losses in the grid etc., India needs a major revamp of the aging power system from generation, transmission and distr
Smart Grids, Janaki Krishnamoorthi, Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, India Smart Grid Forum

The next game-changer is affordable battery storage technology
April 2014
Hiren Shah, Head - Energy Business, Panasonic India, speaks to Devarajan Mahadevan on the Japanese giant´s innovative and sustainable practices and the company´s plans to use India as an incubator for the latest technologies.
Hiren Shah, Panasonic India, Devarajan Mahadevan, LIB Battery Management, Degradation Diagnosis, Blackout Prediction, Fujisawa SST

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