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POWER INDUSTRY NIKETAN HARSH

SINGH ROLL NO : 14

INTRODUCTION

India is the 5th largest power producer in the world. India power capacity is more than145000MW.

The union government passed serval laws and restructured the power industry to meet the challenges and post liberalization.

INDIAN POWER INDUSTRY BEFORE INDEPENDENCE

The British controlled the indian power industry firmly before independence.

The legal and policy framework was conducive to private ownership, with not much regulation with regard to operational safety.

INDIAN POWER INDUSTRY AFTER INDEPENDENCE

Immediately after independence, the country was faced with capacity restraint.
The Union Government as part of its policy of economic liberalization allowed greater investment by private sector in the power industry.

FUTURE TREND

According to experts the private sector would play a greater role in power generation and foreign investments.
The government of indias gives in detail the guidelines for the policies in india for the next 25 years to attract investment of other products.

MINISTRY OF POWER
In 1992,the Ministry Of Power started working indepndently with work areas covering planning and strategizing. The power management and implementation of the various power projects undertaken. The Ministry Of Power is coordinated by central electricity authority in all technical and economic aspects.

POWER INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA The Power industry in india derives its fund and

financing from the government.

The Power Ministry India has set up Power Finance Corporation of india that looks after the financing of the power sector in india. Power Finance Corporation Ltd India also looks after the installation of any new power projects as well as renovation of an exiting power project in india.

POWER SUPPLY IN INDIA

Power is derived from various sources in india. Following are various sources of derived power.

Thermal Power in India Hydropower is India Wind Power in India Solar Power in India Nuclear Power in India Biogas Production in India

TWO SUPPLY CHAINS

The distribution of the power generated is undertaken by Rural Electrification Corporation for electricity power supply to the rural areas. North Eastern Electric Power corporation for electricity supply to the North East India regions.

POWER COMPANIES IN INDIA


Many government as well as private organizations have taken up the task of power generation in India. The major Indian Power Companies playing prime are: Essar Group Reliance Energy Ltd Alton Power India Gujarat State Petroleum corporation Ltd Jindal steel & Power Ltd United Power