Consumer & Distribution Utility Wise Comprehensive Track
Against the background of many positive changes in power sector, this dossier attempts to make a few analytical observations that are relevant for the states, their regulators and other stake holders in term of Power Distribution Tariffs for India – 2018
Discoms by and large are not transparent about the power cuts they impose and the power outages due to faults, making independent estimation of the ‘unconstrained demand’ (the likely demand), in the absence of power outages, very difficult. All these above mentioned pointers makes it difficult to exactly access the power demand scenario and hence planning for the same becomes difficult. This irregularity in proper demand planning reflects in ARR filings, directly impacting the power tariff of the state.
Key Queries Resolved
What is the key rationale behind tariff calculation for FY 2018-19?
What is the consumer profiling of the state?
What is the consumer category wise tariff structure?
What is the actual power situation of the state?
What is the actual connected load among various consumers?
What is consumer category wise revenue contribution?
What is the Net ARR of the distribution utilities?
How much is the net gap/surplus for distribution utilities?
Contents and Coverage
Northern Region Power Distribution Tariff for FY 2018-19
Western Region Power Distribution Tariff for FY 2018-19
Eastern Region Power Distribution Tariff for FY 2018-19
Southern Region Power Distribution Tariff for FY 2018-19
North Eastern Region Power Distribution Tariff for FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Domestic Consumers for FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Commercial Consumers FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Agricultural Consumers FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Industrial Consumers FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Other Bulk Consumers FY 2018-19
Power Distribution Tariff Applicable for Railways/MRTS Consumers FY 2018-19
BUSINESS CASE FOR POWER DISTRIBUTION TARIFFS IN INDIA
Thrust given to add power generation capacity (Renewable and Thermal): A move to create “one market in power“
Long overdue reforms of Discoms taking shape
Energizing the development of Renewable Sector
The new paradigm of surplus power sets the stage for new reforms
Move to make tariff structure more simple
High tariffs and erratic supply for industry have led to a slow but steady decline in the growth of industrial electricity purchases from utilities and a gradual transition towards captive generation.
Push to “Make in India” initiative
Push to allow Open Access on large scale
Distribution Utility wise tariff schedule in India applicable for FY 2018-19
Applicable Tariff Sheet for each distribution utility and types of consumers applicable for FY 2018-19
Charts and Analysis for each Distribution Utility
Old vs New Tariff Comparison (Last 1 year regulatory track of change in applicable surcharges and duties)
Easy to use Excel and Pdf Format
Consumer category wise tariff schedule for FY 2018-19
Consumer profiling as per connected load
Consumer category wise revenue contribution
Net Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) of Distribution Utilities
Revenue Gaps/Surplus for Distribution Utilities
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