Objectives of national electricity policies, Electrical Engineering

OBJECTIVES OF NEP:

  • Access to Electricity for whole households within the next five years.
  • Availability of Power to be ensured to meet the demand through 2012.

Peaking shortages and Energy to be overcome and adequate spinning reserve to be available.

  • Supply of Quality Power and Reliable of specified standards in an efficient manner and at reasonable rates.
  • Per Capita Availability of Electricity to be increased to over 1000 units through 2012.
  • The minimum Consumption of 1 unit per household per day as a merit good through year 2012.
  • Commercial Viability and Financial Turnaround of Electricity Sector.
  • Protection of Consumers' Interests.

We now shortly discuss some salient features of the policy.

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