KPMG

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KPMG

Advisory on Studying Competition, Regulation & Market Reforms for Power Sector in India

Eninrac team was engaged by the firm to study the existing regulations, in the Indian power market and how more competency can be imbibed. The findings of the study aided in preparing a roadmap to improve competition in the power sector, facilitated a level playing field for private sector operators and traders and help in overall reformation of power sector. Value proposition of the study was augmentation of innovative measures to implement PPP options and model throughout the value chain of the power sector to address some of burgeoning issues faced by the sector.

Scope of the study –

The client wanted us to map the as-is scenario of power sector in India at national level. The scope broadly covered examining the role of regulators, enhancing liquidity and sustainable development of a market for power transactions, revisiting open access issues, rationalization of power tariff, redefining generation mix , evaluating competition and review of regulations

Objective I:  Examining the role of regulators for enabling competition and limiting monopoly.
Objective II: Examining feasibility of introducing new products(including financial products), enhancing liquidity of the market and sustainably developing the market for power transactions.
Objective III: Revisiting open access issues and ascertaining its on-ground implementation vis-a-vis claims
Objective IV: Rationalisation of power tariff in order to strike the right balance for commercial viability of distribution utilities and the interests of end use consumers
Objective V: Redefining generation mix in order to ascertain 24X7 affordable power catering unserved/underserved demand
Objective VI: Evaluating competition and regulatory issues in T&D sector, enhancing new product range and simplifying trading market regulations
Objective VII: Review of regulations to include enablement of evolving disruptive technologies in terms of structure, function and technological changes


Service Module Employed – Strategy Advisory

Through our strategy advisory we help clients to reimagine their operational value chain in order to fully optimize their products portfolio and service offerings. Also adding competitive advantage by enhancing the extended service capabilities. We help the clients developing an operating model that enable the organizations to sustain long unlocking value addition.
For this engagement we employed our “Research & Consulting” division to conduct a deep dive study and garner an effective solution for the client. Under strategy advisory our team of consultants develop such transformation strategies that unlock the full potential of operations both for products and service offerings , sustained by strengthening institutional capabilities and adding agility. We help the client with improving their customer experience, enhance enterprise efficacy, tapping new ideal and complementary markets to venture in terms of improving extended service capabilities

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Solution Driven

We believe in augmenting value to our client’s business. Our team capitalize on knowledge, research, proprietary tools, and thought leadership across categories and industries. We harbour on deeply understanding our client’s organizational set up, formulate strategies to provide tangible solutions through practical and hands on partnership. We believe in growing with the client and not on them.

Client Testimonial

Eninrac team is highly competitive. Its heartening to see the passion with which they deliver the work as the same can be seen in the output – Director (Power & Utilities)

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