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THE NEW PHASE OF GROWTH

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Afreen Anju Ankitha Divya Jayasankar Shruthi.S

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INTRODUCTION

Power generation has risen already by record numbers this year though this is a drop in an ocean of shortages. It is expected to almost double from the current 177 gigawatt to 300 gigawatt by 2015. By the 13th Plan (2017-22) private sector generation will be higher than the state sector, says Gurdial Singh, chairman, Central Electricity Authority. Two giant power projects are racing against tight deadlines. When they are completed, the two plants combined will generate over 8,000 MW that is more than half the additional capacity generated this year.

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POWER TO THE HUBS

Krishnapatnam Power shortages


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will 10,000 MW be resolved through

DEVELOPMENT STAGE
Prior

to liberalisation growth was at a snails pace even though there was insatiable demand for anything they produced. to go in for high paced growth due to bureaucratic hurdles and uncertainty of profit. Power has gone into high-voltage expansion mode now- aims to add a huge 5,000 MW in the next two years and touch 25,000 MW by 2017. Its Maithon project will start generating 1,100 MW. Power aims to produce 35,000 MW 4/29/12

Reluctance

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Stepping on the throttle


Adani Essar

Power Power Infratech Baer Power Projects

Lanco Moser GVK

Power
BRIGHT PROSPECTS: Control room at the Lanco power plant in

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CHANGING POWER EQUATIONS


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Electricity Act, 2003 of the generation sector of changes like Open Access

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Introduction

under which large consumers in one state can buy power from generating stations in another.

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SELLING PROPOSITION

Merchant Power like Essar Power will sell 75 per cent of its power under rates fixed by long-term contracts and 25 per cent as merchant power. vice- chairman,Sanjiv Goenka-company will ensure that its long-term power purchase agreements bring in enough to cover its debt. Merchant power will not command todays premiums. But it will still be higher than PPA tariffs for long. biggest problem that private generation firms have always faced is the parlous financial
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SELLING PROPOSITION

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CONTINUTION

Biggest problem that private generation firms have always faced is the parlous financial condition of state electricity boards (SEBs)
Many power-distributing companies are in the red, as they offer cheap and at times free power. they cannot buy power at higher rates. Three SEBs Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh account for 70 per cent of SEB losses makes it tough for anyone selling power and generating costs are only going to 4/29/12

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Fast growth will bring all kinds of other difficulties in its wake. Already there is a growing shortage of trained people.

One expert reckons that the industry will need about 25,000 trained hands if it is to add 50,000 MW. Also, there is a global shortage of power equipment. The tried and tested producers (like Bhel, the Americans and the Germans) have big order books and waiting lists. Chinese equipment is both more easily available and more cost competitive, but they have much less of a track record. Still, it is reckoned that over 75 per cent of the latest orders have gone to the Chinese.
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It is the coal shortages that are going to be a threat to the growth of the power industry in the coming years. power industry executive told that almost 200 million tonnes of coal will need to be imported annually to meet generating demands. Coal prices are rising and imported coal is almost four times costlier than Indian coal. If that is not enough, it is doubtful whether Indian ports can cope with such a volume of imports, And the Indonesians recently decided to place a tax on coals exports. It will throw a spanner in the works for several Indian firms which have invested in mines there.
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Despite

all the hurdles, everyone is convinced there is money to be made. Around 45 per cent of Indian households do not have access to power and the balance do not have access to it on a 24hour basis. capita consumption of electricity, at around 610kW per annum, is around a quarter that of China. the industrys point of view, it is a great place to be. 4/29/12

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