Impacts of Madya Pradesh (India) Power Reforms

ADB report shows the impacts of ADB's assistance to the state of Madhya Pradesh since 1999 in fiscal consolidation and sectoral reform programs and investments in energy, urban infrastructure (e.g., Madhya Pradesh Urban Water Supply and Environmental Improvement Project, Indore Water Supply Project), and transportation.
Impacts of MP power sector reforms include reported achievements in:
 -       restructuring of the vertically integrated MPSEB into six successor companies
-       a robust regulatory regime in the state
-       open access to consumers demanding power to the tune of 1 MW and above
-       100% feeder meterization
-       regular energy audits
-       issuance of a non-conventional energy policy and a small hydro policy
-       improve power availability situation— industrial consumers now practically have 24 hours supply
-       reduce the transmission and distribution losses from 47.18% (in 2001) to 40.07% (in 2007)
-       improve collection efficiencies
-       specific improvements in transmission
-       etc.
Partnerships in Development:  Madhya Pradesh Meets the Infrastructure Challenge
ADB, Dec 09, http://www.adb.org/documents/books/partnerships-in-development/default.asp

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