Lower power tariffs can ignite India’s growth engine
India’s surplus power is not so much about creation of additional capacities, but more to do with lack of demand for power.
- ‘Blame high power tariff, poor plant efficiency for present crisis’, says Asok Dasgupta, President, IPPAI.
- NLC bets big on diversification due to high cost of lignite production.
- RINL leverages on PCI use to reduce cost.
- ‘Captive blocks, washeries key to augmenting domestic met coal supply’, says S K Basak, ED (collieries division), SAIL.
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