Skewed system: Power subsidies refuse to go away

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September 23, 2020 10:21 AM

The National Tariff Policy, 2016 caps cross-subsidy among electricity consumers at 20% of average of cost of supply.

Power subsidies, National Tariff Policy 2016, electricity consumers, industrial electricity consumers, economyAlas, no state has strictly followed this; industrial and commercial consumers continue to be over-burdened, at the cost of the country’s economic competitiveness.

The National Tariff Policy, 2016 caps cross-subsidy among electricity consumers at 20% of average of cost of supply.

Alas, no state has strictly followed this; industrial and commercial consumers continue to be over-burdened, at the cost of the country’s economic competitiveness.

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