Captive Power Plants: Case Study of Gujarat, India

@inproceedings{Biswas2004CaptivePP,
  title={Captive Power Plants: Case Study of Gujarat, India},
  author={Debashish Biswas and Tirthankar Nag and Amee Yajnik and Thomas Charles Heller and David G. Victor},
  year={2004}
}
In India, in the last few years, the installed capacity of the Captive Power Plants (CPPs) has grown at a faster rate compared to the utilities. This study examines the factors responsible for the growth of the CPPs. For this purpose the case study of the CPPs of Gujarat is undertaken. In 2002, Gujarat had 2.44 GW installed capacity of captive power plants, which represent almost 22% of the total installed capacity. The factors which caused the CPPs in Gujarat grow at a faster rate compared to… CONTINUE READING

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