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Financial & Operational Opportunity Track for Discoms Under UDAY

March 2016 | 300 pages | ID: F5147816A4AEN
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What erstwhile was ignored, has now gained pinnacle importance by Government as the future of power sector at large depends upon better financial health and consistent operations of DISCOMS. To ensure this objective Government did attempted FRPs for struggling Discoms in 2013 which tanked due to lack of timely implementation, forcing yet another scheme to turnaround the fate of state owned distribution utilities which has earned the nomenclature as UDAY (Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana). The scheme is touted as the next paladin to bail out the struggling Discoms, potentially could see them turn green in a time horizon of 3-4 years from 2015/16.
CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER 2: POWER DISTRIBUTION IN INDIA AND THE UDAY SCHEME

2.1 Issues with Power Distribution in India
2.2 Financial Restructuring Programme - Evaluating Success & Failure
2.3 UDAY-Scheme Overview

CHAPTER 3: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN UTTAR PRADESH

3.1 Substation
3.2 Metering
3.3 Billing
3.4 Transformers
3.5 Equipments
3.6 Capacity Expansion
3.7 Feeder Segregation
3.8 Distribution Line
3.9 Franchise/Private
3.10 Power Sale
3.11 Open Access
3.12 Cabling
3.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
3.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 4: FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN UTTAR PRADESH

4.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
4.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
4.3 Increase in Liquidity
4.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
4.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
4.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 5: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN UTTARAKHAND

5.1 Substation
5.2 Metering
5.3 Billing
5.4 Transformers
5.5 Equipments
5.6 Capacity Expansion
5.7 Feeder Segregation
5.8 Distribution Line
5.9 Franchise/Private
5.10 Power Sale
5.11 Open Access
5.12 Cabling
5.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
5.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 6: FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN UTTARAKHAND

6.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
6.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
6.3 Increase in Liquidity
6.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
6.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
6.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 7: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN JAMMU & KASHMIR

7.1 Substation
7.2 Metering
7.3 Billing
7.4 Transformers
7.5 Equipments
7.6 Capacity Expansion
7.7 Feeder Segregation
7.8 Distribution Line
7.9 Franchise/Private
7.10 Power Sale
7.11 Open Access
7.12 Cabling
7.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
7.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 8: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN JAMMU & KASHMIR

8.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
8.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
8.3 Increase in Liquidity
8.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
8.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
8.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 9: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

9.1 Substation
9.2 Metering
9.3 Billing
9.4 Transformers
9.5 Equipments
9.6 Capacity Expansion
9.7 Feeder Segregation
9.8 Distribution Line
9.9 Franchise/Private
9.10 Power Sale
9.11 Open Access
9.12 Cabling
9.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
9.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 10: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

10.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
10.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
10.3 Increase in Liquidity
10.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
10.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
10.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 11: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HARYANA

11.1 Substation
11.2 Metering
11.3 Billing
11.4 Transformers
11.5 Equipments
11.6 Capacity Expansion
11.7 Feeder Segregation
11.8 Distribution Line
11.9 Franchise/Private
11.10 Power Sale
11.11 Open Access
11.12 Cabling
11.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
11.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 12: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HARYANA

12.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
12.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
12.3 Increase in Liquidity
12.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
12.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
12.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 13: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN RAJASTHAN

13.1 Substation
13.2 Metering
13.3 Billing
13.4 Transformers
13.5 Equipments
13.6 Capacity Expansion
13.7 Feeder Segregation
13.8 Distribution Line
13.9 Franchise/Private
13.10 Power Sale
13.11 Open Access
13.12 Cabling
13.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
13.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 10: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

10.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
10.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
10.3 Increase in Liquidity
10.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
10.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
10.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 11: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HARYANA

11.1 Substation
11.2 Metering
11.3 Billing
11.4 Transformers
11.5 Equipments
11.6 Capacity Expansion
11.7 Feeder Segregation
11.8 Distribution Line
11.9 Franchise/Private
11.10 Power Sale
11.11 Open Access
11.12 Cabling
11.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
11.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 12: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN HARYANA

12.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
12.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
12.3 Increase in Liquidity
12.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
12.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
12.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 13: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN RAJASTHAN

13.1 Substation
13.2 Metering
13.3 Billing
13.4 Transformers
13.5 Equipments
13.6 Capacity Expansion
13.7 Feeder Segregation
13.8 Distribution Line
13.9 Franchise/Private
13.10 Power Sale
13.11 Open Access
13.12 Cabling
13.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
13.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 14: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN RAJASTHAN

14.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
14.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
14.3 Increase in Liquidity
14.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
14.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
14.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 15: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN PUNJAB

15.1 Substation
15.2 Metering
15.3 Billing
15.4 Transformers
15.5 Equipments
15.6 Capacity Expansion
15.7 Feeder Segregation
15.8 Distribution Line
15.9 Franchise/Private
15.10 Power Sale
15.11 Open Access
15.12 Cabling
15.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
15.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 16: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN PUNJAB

16.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
16.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
16.3 Increase in Liquidity
16.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
16.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
16.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 17: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN MAHARASHTRA

17.1 Substation
17.2 Metering
17.3 Billing
17.4 Transformers
17.5 Equipments
17.6 Capacity Expansion
17.7 Feeder Segregation
17.8 Distribution Line
17.9 Franchise/Private
17.10 Power Sale
17.11 Open Access
17.12 Cabling
17.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
17.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 18: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN MAHARASHTRA

18.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
18.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
18.3 Increase in Liquidity
18.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
18.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
18.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 19: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN MADHYA PRADESH

19.1 Substation
19.2 Metering
19.3 Billing
19.4 Transformers
19.5 Equipments
19.6 Capacity Expansion
19.7 Feeder Segregation
19.8 Distribution Line
19.9 Franchise/Private
19.10 Power Sale
19.11 Open Access
19.12 Cabling
19.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
19.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 20: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN MADHYA PRADESH

20.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
20.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
20.3 Increase in Liquidity
20.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
20.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
20.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 21: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN GUJARAT

21.1 Substation
21.2 Metering
21.3 Billing
21.4 Transformers
21.5 Equipments
21.6 Capacity Expansion
21.7 Feeder Segregation
21.8 Distribution Line
21.9 Franchise/Private
21.10 Power Sale
21.11 Open Access
21.12 Cabling
21.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
21.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 22: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN GUJARAT

22.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
22.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
22.3 Increase in Liquidity
22.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
22.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
22.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 23: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

23.1 Substation
23.2 Metering
23.3 Billing
23.4 Transformers
23.5 Equipments
23.6 Capacity Expansion
23.7 Feeder Segregation
23.8 Distribution Line
23.9 Franchise/Private
23.10 Power Sale
23.11 Open Access
23.12 Cabling
23.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
23.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 24: FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

24.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
24.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
24.3 Increase in Liquidity
24.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
24.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
24.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 25: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN CHATTISGARH

25.1 Substation
25.2 Metering
25.3 Billing
25.4 Transformers
25.5 Equipments
25.6 Capacity Expansion
25.7 Feeder Segregation
25.8 Distribution Line
25.9 Franchise/Private
25.10 Power Sale
25.11 Open Access
25.12 Cabling
25.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
25.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 26: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN CHATTISGARH

26.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
26.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
26.3 Increase in Liquidity
26.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
26.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
26.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 27: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN BIHAR

27.1 Substation
27.2 Metering
27.3 Billing
23.4 Transformers
23.5 Equipments
27.6 Capacity Expansion
27.7 Feeder Segregation
27.8 Distribution Line
27.9 Franchise/Private
27.10 Power Sale
27.11 Open Access
27.12 Cabling
27.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
27.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 28: FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN BIHAR

28.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
28.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
28.3 Increase in Liquidity
28.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
28.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
28.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 29: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN ODISHA

29.1 Substation
29.2 Metering
29.3 Billing
29.4 Transformers
29.5 Equipments
29.6 Capacity Expansion
29.7 Feeder Segregation
29.8 Distribution Line
29.9 Franchise/Private
29.10 Power Sale
29.11 Open Access
29.12 Cabling
29.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
29.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 30: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN ODISHA

30.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
30.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
30.3 Increase in Liquidity
30.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
30.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
30.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 31: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN KERALA

31.1 Substation
31.2 Metering
31.3 Billing
31.4 Transformers
31.5 Equipments
31.6 Capacity Expansion
31.7 Feeder Segregation
31.8 Distribution Line
31.9 Franchise/Private
31.10 Power Sale
31.11 Open Access
31.12 Cabling
31.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
31.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 32: FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN KERALA

32.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
32.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
32.3 Increase in Liquidity
32.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
32.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
32.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme

CHAPTER 33: OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN KARNATAKA

33.1 Substation
33.2 Metering
33.3 Billing
33.4 Transformers
33.5 Equipments
33.6 Capacity Expansion
33.7 Feeder Segregation
33.8 Distribution Line
33.9 Franchise/Private
33.10 Power Sale
33.11 Open Access
33.12 Cabling
33.13 Energy Efficiency Practices
33.14 Operation& Maintenance

CHAPTER 34: FINANCIALOPPORTUNITY FOR DISCOMS IN KARNATAKA

34.1 New Sourceof Revenue Generation
34.2 Decreasein Fiscal Deficit
34.3 Increase in Liquidity
34.4 Ease in Availability of Loans
34.5 Revised Tariff Structure as per Universal Currency
34.6 Application of DDUGY & IntegratedPower Development Scheme


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