Power sector reforms and its impact on power tariff: an experience of Andhra Pradesh, PS Perini

Tags: Power Tariff, Power Sector, Tariff Rates, Power Sector Reform, Financial Restructuring, State Electricity Boards, Marginal Cost, Energy Costs, Energy Efficiency, Electricity Supply Industry, Electricity Industry
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Restructuring of Power Industry
1.2 Hypothesis established from the existing Literature
1.3 Database
1.4 Objectives of the Study
1.5 Hypothesis to be Tested
1.6 Methodology
1.7 Nature of the Present Study
II ELECTRICITY 2.0 Introduction 2.1 The Link Between Electricity, energy efficiency, and Economics 2.1.1 Energy Efficiency and its Link with Electricity 2.1.2 The Economics of Energy Efficiency 2.2 Attributes of Electricity 2.2.1 Technical 2.2.2 Economic 2.2.3 Resource Use 2.3 Summary
III ECONOMICS OF ELECTRICITY 3.0 Introduction 3.1 Economic Characteristics of Electricity 3.1.1 Natural Monopoly 3.1.2 Decreasing Cost Industry 3.1.3 Non-Storability 3.1.4 Wide Fluctuations in Demand 3.1.5 Practice of Differential Pricing 3.1.6 Price Regulation 3.1.7 Low Capital Turnover Ratio 3.2 Summary
IV COST STRUCTURE OF ELECTRICITY 4.0 Introduction 4.1 Analysis of marginal cost in Electricity Industry 4.1.1 Estimation of Long Run Marginal Cost in Thermal Power Plants 4.1.1 (A) Marginal Capacity Costs 4.1.1 (B) Marginal Energy Costs 4.1.2 Estimation of Long Run Marginal Costs in Hydro Electric Plants 4.1.3 Estimation of Marginal Costs in a Mixed Hydro-Thermal Systems 4.2 Summary
V CONCEPT OF RESTRUCTURING ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY 5.0 Introduction 5.1 Electricity as Product 5.1.1 Problematic Area in power sector 5.1.2 Reasons for Reform Trend in ESI 5.2 Hindrances to Privatization 5.3 Importance to Liberalization 5.4 Summary VI EXPERIENCES WITH RESTRUCTURING 6.0 Introduction 6.1 Reform Aims 6.2 Choice of Reform Model 6.2.1 Financial Aspect 6.3 Role of Regulation in Restructuring Aspect 6.4 Reform Design 6.4.1 Reform Model Selection 6.4.2 Reform implementation schedule 6.4.3 Transitional and Supplementing Regulation 6.5 Results of Restructuring 6.6 Lessons from Restructuring 6.7 Summary VII THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ELECTRICITY PRICING 7.0 Introduction 7.1 Importance of Pricing as a Corner Stone in Restructuring 7.2 Marginal Costs and Tariffs 7.2.1 Application of Pricing Principles in Different Countries 7.3 Summary VIII RESTRUCTURING OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY - INDIAN EXPERIENCE 8.0 Introduction 8.1 The Economy and Electricity Linkage in India 8.1.1 Plan Outlay and Expenditure in Power Sector 8.1.2 Electricity Generation from Various Sources 8.1.3 Demand - Supply Balance 8.1.4 Consumers of Electricity and Electricity Consumption in States 8.1.5 Electricity, Transmission and Distribution 8.1.6 Technical Efficiency - State Level Performance 8.1.7 Transmission and Distribution Losses 8.1.8 Cost Structure of SEB's 8.1.9 Pricing of Electricity 8.1.10 Commercial Loss 8.1.11 Effective Subsidy and Cross Subsidization 8.1.12 Rate Of Return
10.3.7 Power Tariff Based on Distribution of Electricity Supply Industry General Micro Economics in Pricing of Electricity Methodology For Determination of Future Tariffs The Design of Retail Tariff Rates 10.3.8 Summary XI EQUILIBRIUM IN ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY 11.0 Introduction 11.1 Consumption of Electricity 11.2 Tariff Rates of Electricity 11.3 Revenue of Electricity Supply Industry 11.4 Summary XII SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 12.0 Introduction 12.1 Summary 12.2 Conclusions 12.3 Methodology 12.4 Policy Recommendations 12.5 The Status of AP Power Sector Before and After Reforms APPENDIX BIBILIOGRAPGHY SOURCES OF DATA
8.1.13 Net Internal Resources 8.2 Review of Evolution, Growth and Performance of Power Sector in India 8.3 financial performance of State Electricity Boards 8.4 Pricing Policies of State Electricity Boards in India 8.5 Reform in Pricing Policy 8.6 Power Sector Restructuring and Lessons for India 8.7 Lessons for Power Sector Reform in India from Abroad 8.8 Summary IX REFORM TREND IN Andhra Pradesh 9.0 Introduction 9.1 Power Development in Andhra Pradesh 9.2 Source of Power - Installed Capacity 9.3 Generation of Power 9.4 Demand and Supply of Power 9.5 Transmission and Distribution Losses 9.6 Consumers of Electricity 9.7 Consumption and Cost of Fuel Per Unit of Electricity Generation 9.8 Consumer Category Wise Average Tariff 9.9 Emerging Power Crisis in Andhra Pradesh 9.10 Implementation of Reform and Restructuring Programme 9.10.1 Establishment of Regulatory Commission 9.11 Unbundling, Corporation, and Commercialization 9.11.1 Privatization of Distribution 9.12 Financial Restructuring 9.12.1 Power Sector Investment Program 9.13 Summary X ESTIMATED POWER TARIFF MODEL 10.0 Introduction 10.1 Review of the Legislative Provisions and Trends in Tariff Setting 10.1.1 Computation of Annual Fixed Charges 10.1.2 Computation of Variable Charges 10.1.3 Guidelines for Inviting Tariff Based Bids 10.1.4 Fixed / Capacity Charge (Rs. / MW) 10.1.5 Variable Expenses 10.2 Methodology 10.2.1 Tariff Projections Without Cost Escalations 10.2.2 Tariff Projections With Cost Escalations 10.3 case studies 10.3.1 Case Study I - Pro Privatization Period 10.3.2 Case Study II - Scenario of Privatization Period 10.3.3 Case Study III - Privatization Period 10.3.4 Case Study IV - Privatization Period 10.3.5 Case Study V - Privatization Period 10.3.6 Power Tariff Projections

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