Indian infrastructure is creaking.Power sector is very bad.Delhi ,UP is an example.
I was thinking it was time for government to do some bold reforms.
MNERGA schemes .land acquisition act ,Food security act all are impediment to growth.
Supply side issues like gas /coal needs to overhauled.
Stalled projects with backing from states needs to be pushed.
Power tariff reforms are not done in states.
Gas price decision making is still balanced.
Need to first carry out power sector reforms.
How will government fund this projects?
Labour reforms,tax reforms.
I think it needs to be taken care in the first months itself.
Inflation needs to be tackled so that interest rate can be brought down.
Every project that are taking off needs to be monitored until completion.
Especially government sponsored projects are delayed sometime.
Hope the government carries out the reforms in the first days itself.
Gigantic push to the infrastructure sector is required. more
On Friday, June 13, 2014 11:40 PM, HIMANISH BHATTACHARJEE <email@example.com> wrote: more
Yes Govt. need to do reforms in Power Sector.
We should not depend on Coal for Power Generation. There are may resources
of renewable power generation.
Renewable energy can be generated according to resources available
â¢ Punjab ,Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Andra Pradesh, Utter Pradesh-
Encourage people to start Rice mill where large amount of rice paddy
is available. Rice husk can be used as a fuel to generate electricity,
Govt. should allow rice miller to supply electricity to grid. Let
rice be a byproduct for them. So that rice will be cheaper in cost.
â¢Encourage people to use Solar Energy where sun rays are available.
â¢Encourage people to start wind mill where high flow of wind available.
â¢Encourage people to generate hydro power where water flow is available,
small water flow electric generators are available.
â¢Encourage biofuel industry.
â¢In brazil all commercial vehicles are running on biofuel
We have enough quantity of Sugar Can to produce bio fuel.
On Sat, Jun 14, 2014 at 12:07 PM, HIMANISH BHATTACHARJEE <