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Report on developer-wise status of private sector power projects (CD)

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Infraline Energy Research 2008DDC classification: D001441 Summary: India suffers from widespread shortages of electricity supply. These shortages, among others, are detrimental to the economic growth. The central sector, which was the mainstay for funding power projects, reached its saturation point. Efforts in expanding generation capacity by the state-owned electric utilities were hampered by severe resource constraints. The only solution seemed to be inviting private sector to pool in capital. It was also thought that private sector would impart a degree of efficiency through improved capacity utilisation, better operational and technical performance. Against this backdrop, to mobilize additional resources to help bridge the gap in demand and supply, the Government of India formulated a policy in 1991 with the objective to encourage greater investment by private enterprises in the electricity sector. This report we bring our clients the developer-wise status of projects as received from the developers including information on Financial Closure like funds required for each stage of the project, funds tied up, FI wise commitment and disbursal status, and Pending Issues with state/central government besides other details.
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India suffers from widespread shortages of electricity supply. These shortages, among others, are detrimental to the economic growth. The central sector, which was the mainstay for funding power projects, reached its saturation point. Efforts in expanding generation capacity by the state-owned electric utilities were hampered by severe resource constraints. The only solution seemed to be inviting private sector to pool in capital. It was also thought that private sector would impart a degree of efficiency through improved capacity utilisation, better operational and technical performance. Against this backdrop, to mobilize additional resources to help bridge the gap in demand and supply, the Government of India formulated a policy in 1991 with the objective to encourage greater investment by private enterprises in the electricity sector. This report we bring our clients the developer-wise status of projects as received from the developers including information on Financial Closure like funds required for each stage of the project, funds tied up, FI wise commitment and disbursal status, and Pending Issues with state/central government besides other details.

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