Trading Private Limited
We are a company whose prime focus and main
agenda is trading in power, facilitating PPA for our clients
and operating all over India for buying and selling of power.
Our effectiveness results from access to the
latest developments in information technology, market intelligence,
a strong financial standing and creating a unique relationship
with buyers and sellers.
Some of our main objectives is to undertake the business of
purchase of all forms of power, generated both from conventional
and non-conventional energy from any sources whether government,
private, public or joint sector undertakings. The objectives
also include to promote, plan, develop, promote, and establish
an efficient and reliable power trading system. We have the
necessary skills, manpower, management and experience to handle
and manage power trading operations in India.
We Conduct business based on latest trends and market dynamics
but at the same time care for our suppliers, backend and customer
needs. Being trustworthy and ethical are our foundation principles
and we strive to deliver results and bring value to all concerned.
Both customers and our suppliers. We try and conduct our business
professionally with transparency, commitment and an uncompromising
Group is based on these value codes.
Power Trading in India
In India, there is a very high demand for power but a moderate
supply resulting in a power deprived consumer base. Also there
are a lot of regions in the rural areas which are not even electrified
till date. Then there is also a problem of Captive Power Plants
being inefficient and running at less than 100% capacity. The
grid is mostly over burdened with the demand for power which
makes the equipment deteriorate faster than the expected time.
The Electricity Act, 2003, mandated development of power markets
by appropriate commissions through enabling regulations. This
paved the way for the new trends to emerge like Open Access
and the one in February, 2007, when the Central
Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) issued guidelines
for grant of permission for setting up operation of power exchanges
within an overall regulatory framework. The emerging trends
will help in proper flow of power from surplus regions to deficit
regions and thus try to bring about a balance in the power sector.
The National Electricity Policy, pronounced in February 2005,
stipulated that enabling regulations for inter-and-intra-state
trading, and also regulations on power exchange, shall be notified
by the appropriate Commissions within six months. On 6th February
2007, the Central electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) issued
guidelines for grant of permission for setting up and operation
of power exchanges within an overall regulatory framework. Private
entrepreneurship is allowed to play its role. Promoters are
required to develop their model power exchange and seek permission
from CERC before start of operation.