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Delhi Govt. yet to pay Rs 50 crore to discoms
January 2017
While Delhi government’s Power Amnesty Scheme has resolved problems of overcharging or non-payment of bills, state discoms claim they have not yet received the promised payments. Government data revealed that the scheme which was open for nine months offered waivers in power bills of consumers worth a whopping Rs 128 crore.
MNRE announces financial incentives for DISCOMs to support rooftop solar
January 2017
In a new policy move, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has announced financial incentives for discoms to support rooftop solar installations. The notification proposes a financial support of up to Rs 3.75 million per MW for up to 1,350 MW of rooftop solar capacity.
Telangana and Assam join UDAY program
January 2017
Telangana and Assam became the 19th and 20th signatory states of the Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY) program. Telangana is estimated to achieve a net benefit of ~Rs 61.16 billion and Assam a net benefit of ~Rs 16.63 billion.
Delhi Govt. yet to pay Rs 50 crore to discoms
January 2017
While Delhi government’s Power Amnesty Scheme has resolved problems of overcharging or non-payment of bills, state discoms claim they have not yet received the promised payments. Government data revealed that the scheme which was open for nine months offered waivers in power bills of consumers worth a whopping Rs 128 crore.
Green shoots in RECs
January 2017
Renewable energy certificate (REC) mechanism, a market-based instrument introduced in 2010 to promote renewable energy and facilitate compliance of renewable purchase obligations (RPOs), has not received an enthusiastic response from the obligatory entities till recently.
The ´IT´ Factor
January 2017
Digitalisation is just beginning to make real headway in India, what with the Centre´s ongoing focus on ´Digital India´. This coupled with the much propagated ´Make in India´ and ´Smart Cities´ initiatives are all set to pave the way for a smarter, advanced, Information Technology (IT) enabled country.
Leaps and Bounds
January 2017
Transmission and distribution (T&D) losses, Aggregate Transmission and Commercial losses (AT&C), quality of power and fluctuation in power supply are some of the major challenges faced by Indian power utilities. This is despite not overlooking the fact that in the last decade, the country witnessed sizeable improvement in quality of power, especially in urban and semi-urban areas.
Bonds create cash reserves and have stable interest rates
January 2017
If you look at CLP’s Jhajjar thermal power plant, we started with raising debt in Rupee and subsequently raised foreign currency borrowing. As the operational performance of Jhajjar improved over a period of time, we looked at the debt capital markets.
Transforming Rajasthan´s Discoms
January 2017
IT has brought about tectonic shifts in the power sector and transformed distribution companies in the country. The benefits that IT brings are all pervasive change - improved operational efficiency, sustained cost reductions, enhanced consumer experience and so on.
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