Integrated Investment Appraisal of a Cogeneration Electricity Project Agreement with Global Environment Externalities
This paper reports on integrated investment appraisal of cogeneration electricity project that uses the waste heat from a steel manufacturing factory to power this thermal electricity generation plant. It examines how an independent power producer, a large steel manufacturing, a dedicated consumer of electricity and a state electricity board, through a series of contractual agreements, managed to facilitate the investment in a 260 megawatt (MW) dual fuel-based thermal power project in the state of Karnataka, India. Since the early 1990’s, India has attempted to expand its power generation capacity by foreign investors to participate in build, own, and operate power projects. This paper reports on an integrated investment appraisal of the project.
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