2 edition of Private sector participation in the Indian power sector and climate change found in the catalog.
Private sector participation in the Indian power sector and climate change
by Département de la recherche, Agence française de développement in Paris
Written in English
|Statement||Shashanka Bhide, Payal Malik, S.K.N. Nair|
|Series||AFD working paper -- no. 99|
|Contributions||Malik, Payal, Nair, S. K. N., Agence française de développement. Département de la recherche|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||2011323692|
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This book reviews the major developments in and the lessons learned from the year () experience with private sector participation (PSP) in the power sector in India. Financial Environment for private sector units modified to allow liberal capital structuring and an attractive return on investment.
Up to hundred percent (%) foreign equity participation can be permitted for projects set up by foreign private investors in the Indian Electricity Sector. "The state of the Indian power sector today is an acknowledged constraint to the country’s growth aspirations.
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