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Transcript of HRRT_POWER_2015_NEWDELHI_UTPAL_GHOSH
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Keeping in view the present business scenario, multi-skilled Human Resource has become imperative for surviving in the competitive field of Power Sector.
INDIAN POWER SCENARIO & ROAD MAP
CHALLENGES IN INDIAN POWER SECTOR
Growth of the Indian Economy and Growth of Power Sector is therefore synchronous.
Energy Audit – Identify your “best bets”
Energy Calculator – Identify those areas that use the most energy
Make a plan, set some goals
Involve the whole family & office
India International Center
Lodhi Road, New Delhi
PRESIDENT & CEO
Electricity consumption is closely linked to the economic growth and the human development in a country
Power sector reforms is a global trend.
Since 1990s more than 70 developing countries had pursued some elements of power sector reform (Bacon, 1999).
1 Corporatization of the State Enterprise(s)
2 Enactment of a framework energy law
3 Creation of an independent regulator
4 Restructuring (unbundling) of the core enterprise(s)
5 Attract greenfield private investment
6 Privatization of state enterprise(s)
7 Competition for wholesale supply of electricity
8 Retail competition
Bacon model proposes 8 steps of the power sector reforms.
The Energy Intensity (amount of energy consumed in generating one unit of Gross Domestic Product) (at 2004-05 prices) increased from 0.4656 Mega Joules in 2005-06 to 0.4192 Mega Joules in 2013-14
Korea 96 per cent
China 46 per cent
USA 58 per cent
Germany 70 per cent
UK 68 per cent
Japan 80 per cent
India 4.5 per cent
% OF SKILLED WORKFORCE, GLOBALLY
Only 4.5 per cent of India's work force has been considered as skilled.
CHALLENGES IN INDIAN POWER SECTOR
Shortage in domestic Gas supply
Hurdles in Gas supply
Delay in investments
Low hydro thermal mix
Tariffs not reflecting cost of supply
SURVIVING IN THE BUSINESS THROUGH MULTI - SKILLING
Sufficient Power to achieve targeted GDP
Optimum Power Cost
Commercial viability of Power Industry
Increase the ratio of renewable power production
Invest in Clean Technologies
Power for All
INDUSTRY CHALLENGE TO ATTRACT GREATER TALENT
Low Industry Attractiveness
Tough working conditions.
Thermal Power Plants have both atmospheric and noise pollutions and far away locations
Hydro Power Plants are located in remote places
Negative public perception about environment
Industry is perceived to be low Tech.
Low Industry awareness
Sudden growth in the sector has resulted into vaccum at middle and senior level.
Skilled Manpower Shortage
POWER CONSERVATION APPEAL
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
– Part of an effective conservation program
My is appeal to the delegates of this conference is to personally make a pledge to give up their LPG subsidy if not already done. As you may be aware that there are 15 crore LPG connections (25,000 cr LPG subsidy) of which about 15 Lakhs have already given up their subsidy.
30,000 households giving up LPG subsidy daily
Growing Energy Demand of the Country is congruent with the Growth of Energy Sector
Multi-Tasking by HR
for the Power Sector
GLOBAL POWER SECTOR REFORMS
GIVE IT UP
SURVIVING IN THE BUSINESS THROUGH MULTI- SKILLING
APPEAL -POWER CONSERVATION & GIVEITUP CAMPAIGN
The Indian power sector has an investment potential of Rs 15 trillion (US$ 237 billion) in the next 4–5 years, thereby providing immense opportunities in power generation, distribution, transmission, and equipment
The present reform initiatives will lead to doubling the current production capacity providing 24x7 electricity for residential, industrial, commercial and agriculture use.
The government’s immediate goal is to generate two trillion units (kilowatt hours) of energy by 2019. National Solar Mission with the electricity production target of 100,000 MW by 2022.
The government has also sought to restart the stalled hydro power projects and increase the wind energy production target to 60 GW by 2022 from the current 20 GW.
Indian Economy has witnessed rapid growth in the past decade and to sustain similar growth trajectory of 9% power sector needs to grow at least 8.1% p.a
Indian power sector is undergoing a significant change that has redefined the industry outlook. Sustained economic growth continues to drive electricity demand in India
The Government of India’s focus on attaining ‘Power For All’ has accelerated capacity addition in the country
WAY FORWARD & CONCLUSION
CURRENT INDIAN SCENARIO
GLOBAL POWER SECTOR