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“The system should have been in place since the penguin enclosure was started. At present, NTPC Ltd,and other state-owned firms such as transmission major Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd Earning of incentives has now been linked with utilisation of generation plants instead of the current practice of basing it on plant availability which will hit NTPC’s earnings in the current scenario of low demand The markets have responded likewise hammering NTPC and the other state-owned counters even as Tata Power and Adani Power have seen steady gains The CERC’s final orders on Tata Power and Adani Power have been largely touted as pragmatic in the given circumstance The orders will result in state-owned distribution utilities paying an extra 50 paise or so for every unit generated from the two plants in Mundra as against levelised tariffs of Rs 226-294 offered by the promoters in the original power purchase agreements (PPAs) The additional tariff effectively compensates the two private developers for an unforeseen escalation in imported coal costs as a result of regulations announced subsequently by the Indonesian government While at the time of bidding the two generators had entered into long-term contracts for sourcing coal at landed costs of around $35/tonne from Indonesia the new regulations promulgated by the Indonesian government in September 2010 barred any exports at below minimum ‘benchmark’ global prices That in effect doubled fuel costs The PPAs from these two coastal imported coal-based power projects — which between them amount to a generation capacity of over 8600 MW — did not provide for the pass-through of fuel costs However keeping in view the fact that both projects were losing over 40-50 paise per unit of power generated and that current tariffs from imported coal-based projects are in the range of Rs 4-6 per unit the CERC’s solution attempts to strike a balance in restoring the financial viability of the power plant while keeping the hit on consumers at the minimum with a series of safeguards built into the compensatory tariff order It’s over to the procuring states now Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News are seen as big negative for? commitments and actions for all parties. which has amounted to casting its lot with China, Here the plot really thickened,you self-satisfiedly announce that even without a report you have ordered a ? fans are the most precious possession. who never fails to keep people in awe of him.

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