BOO/BOOM/BOOT Models and Implications in Developing Countires
Pratik, Manager, India, Member
Dear Mr. Sandip, kindly note that the business model for financing the power project and usage of the facility in terms of the end user satisfaction / defined end result shall only be possible when the time lines from the strategy thought >> strategy delivery >> strategy discussion >> strategy implementation >> strategy modification periodically - feedback loop >> strategy mapping and lastly end result is defined.
Case for the India - loans for the wind power projects are given by banks by a%, IRR realised by investor at the end of 20 years b% per annum, at the end of the power purchase agreement - say 13 years in Maharashtra shall be with c inr / unit - government regulations, at the end of 10 & 20 years o & m agreement rates shall be d lacs / annum.
I mean to say the central regulation / state regulation / energy development authority / discoms / open access / conventional unit rates / renewable energy unit rates.
Are we attracting investor or sedning to college for study? Too much regulations..