in place (FSA). The coal prices are boomeranged, making the power generation unviable. Many plants are operating at PLF of 40 -50 %. SEB has gone bankrupt due to populist majors & subsidies. SEB are not willing to buy @ higher cost, instead go load shedding. Please consider the costover due to delay
2.10 PM Mar 11th 2014
by additions to regulated equity on installation of new capacities. Regulated equity had gone up by 20% in 2013 and another 8% increase expected this year. With signing of FSA and allotment of coal blocks capacity additions would get better. So all in all I am hoping the price to come down to double digits
6.22 PM Feb 24th 2014
decreased due to FSA with various nodal agencies. Today also its Rajasthan power plant closed due to lignite supply problem. but company is developing lignite mines with Rajastan mines and mineral for a capacity reserve of 400 million reserve, current requirent is only 9m per yr. apart from other karnataka
7.46 PM Feb 8th 2014
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