POWER ENGINEERING: TODAY AND TOMORROW ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING SECTOR OF INDIA: PROBLEMS AND SECTOR’S REFORMS
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POWER ENGINEERING: TODAY AND TOMORROW ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING SECTOR OF INDIA: PROBLEMS AND SECTOR’S REFORMS
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The article is devoted to the research of the electricity power engineering sector of India both in its current state and in dynamics over the past two decades. The brief statistical overview is coupled with institutional analysis of the liberalization of the sector. This process was initiated in the beginning of the 1990s and is still under way. The landmark of the reforms the 2003 Electricity Act is reviewed in detail. The author compares the situation in electricity power engineering sector of India’ economy with that in the neighboring countries of the region, Pakistan and Bangladesh, and makes an assessment for the future.
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India, fuel and energy complex, power sector, institutional structure
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01.06.2013
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