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Supply and Demand Power Gap- Case study of Gujarat

Supply and Demand Power Gap- Case study of Gujarat

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The report attempts to identify the demand and supply gap within Gujarat,India, to identify the factors that lead to the creation of the gap and view solutions in the form of government strategies and regulatory impact.
The report attempts to identify the demand and supply gap within Gujarat,India, to identify the factors that lead to the creation of the gap and view solutions in the form of government strategies and regulatory impact.

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Published by: Sparshy Saxena on May 18, 2010
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SUPPLY & DEMANDGAP OF POWER 
Case Study of Gujarat State
Executive Summary
The report aims to study the demand and supply gap, with a special reference on the state of Gujarat. The gap is seen in all aspects which include comparison of the present position of Gujarat with the Indian average., which shows that Gujarat is better placed as compared with theother states in terms of generation capacities (conventional and renewable), infrastructure andefficiency. The report also observes the initiatives that are undertaken by the state in order toovercome the demand shortage in the state. These initiatives include capacity additions, longterm procurement of power and efficiency parameters like Multi-Year Tariff system. Regulatorsalso play a role in the demand management on account of their policies and ability to control themarket.
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Submitted to : Prof Lalit KhuranaSubmiited by : Sparshy Saxena (20081035)
 
6.Demand & Supply Scenario..............................................................................................................236.1 All India Scenario.........................................................................................................................236.2 Gujarat Scenario..............................................................................................................................256.2.1 Consumer profile......................................................................................................................256.2. 2 Fuel profile – present & projected...........................................................................................266.2.3 Transmission Losses.................................................................................................................286.2.4 Future Demand projections.......................................................................................................306.3 Gujarat v/s Indian Average..............................................................................................................316.4 Reasons for the Gap.........................................................................................................................347.Strategies adopted by Gujarat government for Power Management..................................................357.1 Capacity additions...........................................................................................................................357.1.1 State & Private..........................................................................................................................357.2Jyotigram Yojana.......................................................................................................................397.3Energy Development.................................................................................................................408Regulators.........................................................................................................................................418.1 Regulatory Policies..........................................................................................................................428.2 Observations....................................................................................................................................448.3 Role of Regulators in meeting Demand with Supply.......................................................................459Findings.............................................................................................................................................4810Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................50Bibliography..............................................................................................................................................51Appendix 1................................................................................................................................................52Appendix 2................................................................................................................................................53Appendix 3................................................................................................................................................54Appendix 4................................................................................................................................................55
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