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India power: the problem with surplus capacity


India power: the problem with surplus capacity

Report summary

Following some early success by Tata and Torrent Power, investing into power generation in India seemed like a no-brainer. Yet, a large pipeline of new power capacity is coming online, but the utilities have limited appetite to buy more power. Wood Mackenzie estimates that the surplus generation capacity could reach 25 GW by 2015, if reforms are not undertaken to unlock stronger power demand growth.

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  • India entering into power surplus?
  • Capacity buffer is generally a good thing, but India's case is different
  • India has not fulfilled its economic promise
  • Load shedding continues despite surplus capacity
  • Elections may boost power demand growth in 2014
  • Wish list for the generators: reforms in power distribution
    • Peak tariffs should reflect the cost for purchasing peak power
    • T&D losses are still the hidden elephant in the room
  • ...and the time is ticking down

In this report there are 10 tables or charts, including:

  • India entering into power surplus?
    • Power situation across states
  • Capacity buffer is generally a good thing, but India's case is different
    • Utilisation factors for grid capacity
  • India has not fulfilled its economic promise
    • Growth in generation capacity (2005 - 2013)
    • GDP breakdown by sectors
    • Power demand and share of industrial demand
    • India power: the problem with surplus capacity: Image 6
  • Load shedding continues despite surplus capacity
    • Range of power tariffs in key states*(2013)
    • Growth in grid vs captive generation
  • Elections may boost power demand growth in 2014
    • Regional grids in India and the main interconnectors
  • Wish list for the generators: reforms in power distribution
    • Breakdown of cost structure in select states (2013)
  • ...and the time is ticking down
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