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REC plans to fund 30-40 percent of 94 GW coal-based capacity

Wednesday, 15 May 2024
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REC has plans to fund 30 to 40 percent of the 94 GW coal-based capacity which is expected to come up by 2032, as additional capacity will be coming in the next eight years.

By the year 2030, the PSU aims to double its asset under management (AUM) to USD 125 billion. Thirty percent of it will be from renewable energy segment. Around 15 to 20 percent will come from non-power infrastructure logistics, and 50 to 55 percent of asset management will come from the conventional coal-based generation capacity, distribution and transmission sector.

The viability of the power distribution sector has been improving with the implementation of the revamped distribution sector scheme (RDSS) and Electricity (Late Payment Surcharge and Related Matters) Rules. The sector will provide a good business opportunity for the next 10 to 12 years.

The overall power sector is showing improvement trends. Last year power demand increased by eight percent and in the current financial year in the last month in April power demand increased by 11 percent. The AT&C losses came down by five percent in FY23. This is overall increasing the operational and financial efficiency of distribution companies.
 

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