In the last two and half years, Indian power sector has undergone a visible transformation across its complex value chain.
The renewable energy is the new topic of the town. The increasing demand for a cost-effective, clean, and sustainable energy along with the rising concern related to the climate change had a major impact not only on India but also all over the world.
State-owned power giant NTPC is weighing the option of snapping power supplies to BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL), which distributes electricity in Delhi, for delay in payment of its dues.
With power distribution reforms gained momentum soon after the application of EA 2003 (where it was believed to be coined in mid 90’s) , Indian power distribution utilities came along way since then.
Last week’s successful wind power auction could be a mixed blessing for wind solutions providers Suzlon Energy Ltd and Inox Wind Ltd.
The power distribution reforms scheme, Ujwal Discoms Assurance Yojana (UDAY), is improving, slowly, the financials of distribution companies (discoms).
A society headed by a former chairman of the Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board P L Nene has said that there will be no growth in demand for power in the coming financial year 2017-18.
To encourage digital electricity bill payment, the BSES, one of the two power discoms in Delhi, on Wednesday announced a cashback scheme for consumers paying their bill before the due date.
Spot market power is set to become costlier as state-owned power distribution companies have proposed a hefty increase in levies imposed on openmarket consumers in their tariff petitions for the coming year.
India’s coal-fired power sector continues to suffer rising challenges posed by lack of demand, improving price competitiveness of renewable power and regulatory risk, research firm Bridge to India said in a report. In addition, despite government’s various initiatives to improve the sector, demand has failed to pick up, the report said. “The Indian government’s aggressive […]