Is Insolvency the New Normal?
India's power sector is back in action again, however for all the wrong reasons. In February, India's federal bank tightened the norms for settling a bad debt by setting timelines for resolving Non Performing Assets (NPA) within 180 days for as many as 80 large borrowers.
Change in Generation Landscape
The planned renewable capacity target of 175 GW by 2022 to enable our COP21 commitment and 'Power for All' program poses significant challenges of balancing variability and intermittency in the grid.
CIBIL MSME Rank at a glance
CMR is a credit risk rank for MSMEs that predicts the probability of an MSME becoming NPA in the next 12 months.
The Long Shot
Wind energy has been identified as a potential response to India´s crucial power challenges since the 1990s. The sector has undergone a major shift in India, and even after a good 25 years, we still await the full potential of this renewable source to be realised.
Keep off vote bank interests from discoms | IPPAI
Improving the financial state and efficiency of distribution companies´ (Discoms) operations, allowing for renegotiation of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), delinking of coal from PPAs, and reducing risk for banks and ensuring implementation of open access, formed part of the top five broad suggestions made by Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI) in its pre-Union Budget 20017-18 memorandum submitted to the Finance Ministry.
Light at the end of tunnel
The Power Sector has the lion´s share of 20 per cent in the industrial debt of Rs.26 trillion (lakh crore) in the country as of August 2016, followed by metals and metal products (16 per cent), roads (7 per cent) and textiles (7 per cent), and these four sectors account for about 50 per cent of the gross credit deployed in industries
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