Private power generating companies seek sops on electricity export

Citing strategic advantage over China, the gencos have asked the Centre to consider influence over neighbouring countries through energy exchange

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The Association of Power Producers (APP) has written to the ministry of commerce and industry asking for concessions to make electricity export from India competitive

New Delhi
Privately-owned power generating companies (gencos) have requested the Centre to provide relaxations on duties and provide incentives for exporting electricity to neighbouring countries.

Citing strategic advantage over China, the gencos

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First Published: Feb 22 2021 | 6:10 AM IST

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