benchmark return and for servicing the costs of foreigndebtHowever these policies were not adopted later on as it wasconsidered that the privatization and globalization of such dealingwill lead to whither for the monopoly of SEBs. So in the same year The National Development was the first official body to steer thereform process.
The industry should be given new mission and redressal tobe accountable to the consumers;
Foremost reform needed in the state power sector is torestore the autonomy of the state power utilities;
The State Government must not interferein any of themanagerial operation of the SEBs to enable the latter tohave necessary technical, managerial and financialautonomy;(4)In the long run, the SEBs should function as corporatebodies;
Charges for the power supply should be increased increasedso that it is not less than 50% of the average cost of generation i.e., cost per unit of electricity generated anddistribution of electricity during the year;
To make valuable efforts/measures that are necessary forthe stoppage of unauthorized use and theft of electricity.
Role Of Government To Ensure The Monopoly Of The State Electricity Board Of India
National Electricity Policy and Tariff Policy:-
the Govt. of Indiacame with much electricity policy about the electricityproduction and charging new prices from the people forthe electricity used.
These policies were to prepared for thedevelopment of power systems based on optimal utilization of resources such as coal, natural gas, nuclear substances, hydro andrenewable sources of energy.