India opens door wider to electricity exporters

India opened the door wider to power exporters by removing a discriminatory provision in the Guidelines on Cross Border Trade of Electricity under which Nepali-based hydropower projects which are owned by the Indian government or have a majority Indian share are only allowed to export power to India.

This condition essentially bars plants built with Nepali or third country funding from exporting electricity to India, and its removal has been hailed as a major boost for Nepal’s energy sector….read more

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