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Whar are the generating plants under Rel. Power - both existing and proposed.

About: Company: Reliance Power Ltd.

Asked by atin sarker, 17 Jul '08 09:05 pm
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R power HAS GOOD FUTURE DEAR PLEASE CONTINUE IN IT
Answered by vinod bhakal, 17 Jul '08 09:11 pm

 
  
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No existing plants. But a lot of power plants are under construcyion, by 2012 we expect the shares to go northwards, very fast.
Answered by Ramaswamy Nagarajan, 17 Jul '08 09:14 pm

 
  
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See below report which is showing the potentiality of the company

Mr. Ambani also dismissed concerns about fund raising given the investment plans of about Rs.1,00,000 crore envisaged by the company. He said, "I don't see financing as a challenge going forward. In fact, many international fund houses come to us for pre-IPO placement but we have decided against it" (Economic Times, 7 January 2008).
Lalit Jalan, director, Reliance Power, told a news conference in Hyderabad on 7 January that the Indian electricity sector offered huge opportunities. "There are huge shortages in India. Four hundred million Indians don't have access to power. The per capita consumption in India is 600 units per annum, which is less than one fourth of the world average of 2,500 units," Jalan said. The per capita consumption of power in India is also one-third of China's per capita consumption of 1,684 units. The total installed capacity in India is 132,000 MW, which is a quarte ...more
Answered by Gopal Krishna, 20 Jul '08 08:37 pm

 
  
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