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IPCL and DPSC to Build a Coal-Fired Captive Power Plant - Increased Private Sector Participation Driving New Capacity Build-up in India - Deal Analysis From GlobalData
 
 
     Published : July  - 2011  | Format : Electronic PDF  | Pages : 4
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IPCL and DPSC to Build a Coal-Fired Captive Power Plant - Increased Private Sector Participation Driving New Capacity Build-up in India - Deal Analysis From GlobalData

Summary

India Power Corporation Limited (IPCL) and DPSC Ltd., a power generation and distribution group, announced an investment of $712.26m for the construction and development of a coal-fired captive power plant in Raghunathpur, West Bengal, India. The announcement comes soon after the acquisition of DPSC Ltd. in 2010 by IPCL, a private utility that embarked on a major expansion plan to strengthen the distribution network and make the state of West Bengal self-sufficient in power. The combined entity presently has an installed generation capacity of about 77.4 MW, which they plan to scale-up by adding another 4,362 MW, with a total investment of INR250,000m ($5,688m) by March 2015. Aside from the 540 MW Raghunathpur coal-fired power plant that would be commissioned by 2014, the company has also invested to build another 450 MW coal-fired plant in the same area at Haldia, which will be implemented by 2013.

Scope

- The information related to IPCL and DPSC's investment to build a coal-fired captive power plant
- Comparison of similar asset finance deals
- Key drivers of the deal
- Rationale of the deal
- A brief on IPCL and DPSC

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The Deal Report allows the reader to - 
- Understand the reasons for the investment
- Understand the response from the markets 
- Understand the impact of the deal on IPCL and DPSC
 
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