Report on Power Sector

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Study on Regulatory Framework and Evolution of Tariff in Power Sector of India and Commercial Appraisal of a Thermal Power Project
Submitted in partial fulfillment of requirement for the PGDM-IB Course (2012-14)

Under the guidance of: Dr. Savita Gautam Internal Project Guide And Mr. Mangal Hembram Director, F&CA Division Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Power, India

SUBMITTED BY: Nikhil Gurg ROLL NO.: 063030 PGDM-IB 2012-14

FORE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT B-18, QUTUB INSTITUTIONAL AREA, NEW DELHI

Ministry of Power, India c

Study on Regulatory Framework and Evolution of Tariff in Power Sector of India and Commercial Appraisal of a Thermal Power Project

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Ministry of Power, India c

COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF INDUSTRY MENTOR TO BE APPENDED HERE

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Ministry of Power, India c

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the work embodied in this project entitled „Study on Regulatory Framework and Evolution of Tariff in Power Sector of Indiaand Commercial Appraisal of a Thermal Power Project’ has been submitted by Nikhil Gurg (063030), IMG-VI for partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of “Post Graduate Diploma in Management – International Business Management” during the academic year 2012-14 at FORE School of Management, Delhi is a record of bona-fide piece of work, carried out by him under my supervision and guidance.

Dr. SavitaGautam (Internal Project Guide)

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Table of Contents
LIST OF TABLES ............................................................................................................ 8 LIST OF FIGURES .......................................................................................................... 9 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................... 10 EXECUTIVE



References:       Ministry of Power, Electricity Act, 2003 www.planningcommission.nic.in accessed on June 6, 2013 www.ieee.org accessed on June 6, 2013 8.4 Annexure 4: Sector Wise Plant Load Factor

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