Goa Regulators’s conference to discuss bottlenecks in power
Electricity regulators from all over the country will meet this week to iron out the hurdles in the distribution segment and suggest measures for improving the power dissemination situation in the country.
“The 4-day long Regulators and Policymakers Retreat, in Goa this week, will attempt to address the burning issues in the Indian Power Sector and look at the challenges of Democracy and Development,” a release by IPPAI, the organiser of this event, said.
This annual event receives participation from Chief Ministers, Members of Parliament, regulators, policymakers, industry players in generation, transmission and distribution and other eminent personalities.
Independent Power Producers’ Association of India (IPPAI) was set up in 1994 to provide a forum to facilitate private sector investments in the Indian Power Sector.
Some of the key issues which are likely to be discussed during the 4-day long event include Electricity Act 2003, fuel supply constraints and issues in distribution.
The event is also expected to be attended by representatives of various regulatory commissions, private power companies, sectoral experts, among others.