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Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead
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Power Sectors Reforms in Delhi: Implications, Promises, and the road ahead

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Done as a requirement for CCS summer internship 2009, this ppt presents a birds eye view of power sector reforms in New Delhi, explains the power procurement procedure and then recommends some more …

Done as a requirement for CCS summer internship 2009, this ppt presents a birds eye view of power sector reforms in New Delhi, explains the power procurement procedure and then recommends some more policy changes, and the necessity of some measures for moving ahead on the reform path.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Figure copyright with Paras Malhotra, PEC and Shivraj Singh Negi, IIT Madras
  • 3.
    • Privatization in Generation and Distribution.
    • Autonomous Regulatory Bodies.
    • Reduction of inefficiency and subsidies.
    • Strong reasons for public ownership of Transmission.
    FEATURES:
    • Observations:
    • Fabian approach to reforms
    • In the first stage.
  • 4.
    • Observations:
    • Heavy regulation
    • b. Still limited choice for
    • consumers.
  • 5.  
  • 6. WHAT NEXT?
  • 7. RECOMMENDATIONS
    • Demand Side Management.
    • Energy Standards.
    • Net-Metering.
    • 2. Supply Side Management
    • Monitoring the power plants.
  • 8. Energy Efficiency Policy (EEP)
    • Legislative measures
    • Fiscal Measures
    • Administrative Measures
    • Civil Initiatives
  • 9.  
  • 10. References and Credits
    • Images and cartoons from different sites on the internet.
    • Data supplied by DERC
    • Special thanks to Mr. A K Tewary, Secretary DERC.
    • Prof. Sudhir Chella Rajan, IIT Madras.

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