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Power Tariffs in India - 2014 - 2015

  • January 2015
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  • Idata Insights
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  • 400 pages

As the electricity tariffs in India are changing every year, we at iData Insights are bringing out a report which will be very useful to subscribers,prospects, readers, users and clients detailing the latest slabs and tariff rates for the year 2014-15. So we do our research for all the states in India regularly and publish a table that lists all the latest tariff slabs and rates applicable for LT (Low Tension), HT (High Tension) domestic customers in states of India. The electricity tariff of various states is under a lot of scrutiny espe- cially since the finan- cial viability of Distribution Companies is being questioned. The historic decision of the Honorable Supreme Court to cancel 204 coal blocks has put the faith of 67 GW capacities of power plants in huge doubt. The decision on cards by the Central Government in this regard to reauction of the cancelled
blocks would lead to increased power prices as the bidding for blocks may be re-allocated at higher the price at which they were initially allocated.
For those plants which had an agreements that provide for fuel cost pass-through the Government is planning to induce a cap on power prices as per the block. This decision however, if implemented may leave a bad taste among private developers leading to all incremental cost absorption by them. The industry take is that should there the blocks being re-auctioned on heavy discounts or absolutely free, the cost absorption for developing the blocks may not be a pass through in power tariffs to the end consumers but otherwise would be unfair.
By meticulously examining the impact of new regulations and deeply analyzing the possible impacts on all the stakeholders, iData Insights attempts to blend the factual power tariff data and present a dossier which would be first of its kind and would enable clients with reliable insights and better understanding of the power tariff dynamics in the country.

The key queries which find answer in this report are:

What is likely rationale behind capping power tariff for re-allocated coal blocks? In this dossier iData Insights delves deep to and most exhaustively examines the case of fuel pooling and its possible impact on the end consumers and the dynamics of power industry. Through this report, iData Insights attempts to unveil the pressure on the
power generation companies with incentives linked to PLF instead of PAF and in the current fuel scarcity prevalent in the country? Would all the states be as pro-active
as Delhi in introducing a fuel surcharge component in the power tariffs, if so then what would be its possible impact? Also, what would be the cost of power supply and cost of procurement vis-à-vis from power distribution utility’s perspective is mapped in detail. Queries like these and many more find their solutions in the virtue of this
report which is to explore how the Indian electricity generation sector would respond to the new tariff environment. The report also analyses current power tariffs prevalent in all the states of India with utility wise status. The re- port provides highly relia- ble datasets and excellent insights on power tariffs and is a must buy for all
allied stakeholders in the business value chain of power generation to sale.

The report consists of two volumes: The First Volume will have detailed information about the Retail Distribution Supply Tariffs for the year 2014-15 applicable in different
states of India. This includes information about Industrial, Commercial, Agricultural and Domestic Charges.
The Second Volume will consist of Transmission and Generation Power Tariffs for the year 2014- 15 applicable for different power generation companies of India. This volume gives critical information about Wheeling, Cross Subsidy surcharge, Fuel Adjustment Charges, Open Access Charges, Renewable and Cogeneration Charges.

Highlights of the Report:

• Brief overview of the power sector along with the prevailing tariff structure in India
• State-wise tariff structure along with rate slabs
• Power tariff rates consumer cat egory wise
o Industrial
o Commercial
o Agricultural
o Domestic
• Wheeling, Subsidy & O.A charges of the DISCOM’S
• FSA charges of the DISCOM’S
• ARR of the DISCOM’S
• Comparison between 2013-14 Tariffs and 2014-15 Tariffs

Value Proffer to the Client:

• Easy to Read PDF
• Online Subscription of Retail Power Tariffs Database for 1 year with frequent updates
• Analyst Support

A Must Buy for:

• IPP’s
• CPSU’s
• SEB’s
• FII’s
• Banks
• EPC Contractors
• Coal Mining Agencies
• Coal Traders
• Gas Supplying Agencies
• Power Traders
• Technical & Environmental Firms
• Research Firms
• Consulting Firms
• Fuel Traders

Table Of Contents

Power Tariffs in India - 2014 - 2015
Volume I: Retail Power Tariffs in India- 2014-15
Part 1: Overview of Tariffs
1. Introduction
1.1 How is Tariff Calculated?
1.2 Design of Tariffs
2. National Tariff Policy (NTP)
3. CERC Tariff Regulations 2014- 2019 for Thermal Power Stations
4. Initiatives
5. Distribution Franchisee Option
6. Distribution Segment
6.1 Cost of Supply
6.1.1 Under Unbundled state structure
6.1.2 Private Discoms
6.1.3 Franchise
6.2 Power Procurement Cost
6.2.1 Under Unbundled state structure
6.2.2 Private Discoms
6.2.3 Franchise
Part 2: Latest Tariff Data
1. Schedule of Retail Supply Tariff-(FY 2014-15 V/s 2013-14)
1.1 Arunachal Pradesh
1.2 Andaman and Nicobar
1.3 Andhra Pradesh
1.4 Assam
1.5 Bihar
1.6 Chhattisgarh
1.7 Chandigarh
1.8 Daman and Diu
1.9 Dadra and Nagar Haveli
1.10 Delhi
1.11 Goa
1.12 Gujarat
1.13 Haryana
1.14 Himachal Pradesh
1.15 Jammu and Kashmir
1.16 Jharkhand
1.17 Karnataka
1.18 Kerala
1.19 Lakshadweep
1.20 Madhya Pradesh
1.21 Maharashtra
1.22 Manipur
1.23 Meghalaya
1.24 Mizoram
1.25 Nagaland
1.26 Orissa
1.27 Punjab
1.28 Puducherry
1.29 Rajasthan
1.30 Sikkim
1.31 Tamil Nadu
1.32 Tripura
1.33 Uttar Pradesh
1.34 Uttarakhand
1.35 West Bengal
2. Annexures
Volume II: Power Transmission and Generation Tariffs in India 2014-15
Part 1: Power Transmission
1. Andhra Pradesh
2. Assam Power Generation Corporation Limited
3. Bihar State Power Transmission Company Limited
4. Delhi Transco Limited
5. Torrent Energy Ltd.
6. MPSEZ Utilities Private Limited
7. Paschim Gujarat Vij Company Ltd.
8. Madhya Pradesh Vij Company Ltd.
9. Dakshim Gujarat Vij Company Ltd.
10. Uttar Gujarat Vij Company Ltd.
11. Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited
12. Himachal Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation
13. Jammu Power Development Department-Transmission
14. Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited
15. Meghalaya Power Transmission Corporation Limited
16. Odisha Power Transmission Corporation Limited
17. GRIDCO Limited
18. Punjab State Transmission Corporation Limited
19. Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation
20. Power Transmission Corporation of Uttarakhand
21. West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. (WBSETCL)
22. DPSC Limited
23. Haryana
Part 2: Power Generation
1. Bihar State Power Generation Company Limited
2. Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company Limited
3. IPGCL- Indraprastha Power Generation Co. Ltd
4. PPCL- Pragati Power Corporation Ltd.
5. Aspen Infrastructure Limited
6. Torrent Energy Ltd.
7. Himachal Pradesh Power Generation Corporation
8. JandK State Power Development Corporation Limited
9. Puducherry Power Corporation Limited (PPCL)
10. Satpura Thermal Power Station, Sarni
11. Meghalaya Power Generation Corporation Limited
12. Odisha Hydro Power Corporation Limited
13. Rajasthan
14. Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation
15. West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited
16. Haryana
17. Tuivai Hydel Power Project (210 MW) of Mizoram

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