Technology to Enable Power Sector Reforms: An Indian Perspective
June 2009

Technology to Enable Power Sector Reforms: An Indian Perspective

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Shalabh Srivastav
Sr. Manager Accenture

Background

With a demand supply gap of 66 billion units (~10%)1 and peak shortage of 16,000 MW (~15%), it is estimated that India needs to add nearly 80,000 MW of generation capacity by year 2012 (to the existing 140,000 MW1 in 2007-08). This is estimated to entail investments to the tune of $ 258 billion in the power sector

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