Impact assessment of the Electricity Act 2003 on the Indian power sector

@inproceedings{Thakura2004ImpactAO,
  title={Impact assessment of the Electricity Act 2003 on the Indian power sector},
  author={Tripta Thakura and S. G. Deshmukhb and S. C. Kaushika and Mukul Kulshresthac},
  year={2004}
}
  • Tripta Thakura, S. G. Deshmukhb, +1 author Mukul Kulshresthac
  • Published 2004
This paper analyzes the likely impacts of the major policy reforms unveiled by the Government of India for revamping the country’s power sector. The provisions of the new enactment have recently come into force and seek a paradigm policy shift in the form of the Electricity Act 2003. The paper details out the key features of the Act and the likely power industry changes being brought about in the new regime. These changes comprise the structural changes in the power industry as well as the… CONTINUE READING
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