However, the restructuring plans come with certain conditions. The state government will have to ensure that electricity tariffs are revised and that transmission and distribution losses are curbed. To ensure that the state complies with the FRP, the Centre has attached incentives with it.
"We will have to revise our tariff plans on a yearly basis. Also private players will now be allowed in the power distribution as we asked for roping them in," a senior discom official said. He added, "After the financial restructuring plan, we will have to present our growth and revenue generation target for te next three to five years." With the current restructuring, Rajasthan will be the biggest beneficiary, officials added.