Integration of Short and Medium/Long Term Planning in the Indian Power Sector
S. Ramesh and
The Energy Journal, 1990, vol. Volume 11, issue Number 1, 101-118
The power supply situation in India is characterized by shortages. In response to this situation, many industrial consumers have invested in captive generation facilities for their own use. Although the use of small, expensive, diesel-based captive generator sets may be rational from the viewpoint of the industrial entrepreneurs, their use is not the least-cost option for the Indian economy.
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