Electricity is a fundamental necessity for domestic households and commercial institutions and is crucial India’s growth aspirations. The Central Government has taken several initiatives for the development of power sector, promote competition and provide electricity to all.
Eternity Partners (LLP) boasts of a young and energetic core team with enormous knowledge of the power sector and all aspects of power generation and trading together with related experience. EP's senior executives have a deep understanding of the dynamics of the electricity market environment and its trends. The ability to respond quickly to market situations also enables EP LLP to maximise productivity and offer workable real-time solutions to customers. This also gives us an edge over other organisations in the field while allowing us a relative head start for looking into new technologies and trends.
Eternity Partners is the only entity to hold an Intra-State Power Trading License for the States of Mizoram and Manipur. We aim at safeguarding consumer’s choice by providing them with cheap and affordable power by sourcing them from generators within the State and develop a market where competition will lead to opportunity. We are equipped with experts who understand the dynamics of the electricity market and its trends. The ability to respond quickly to market situations enables us to maximize productivity and offer workable real-time solutions to our customers.
EP has also been focusing on renewable sources of energy and how they can be more visible and utilised, especially in Mizoram, as we are quite deficient in power supply and has to depend largely on power imported from other states. We are looking for means and opportunities wherein renewable energy sources can be tapped and utilised to meet the deficit and cut down on the expenses incurred by power imports.
EP has also been appointed as a member of the drafting committee for the new Solar Power Policy of Mizoram 2016 and is the only private organisation to be a part of the committee. We have also done extensive ground level survey, research on public (especially rural population) response to development of solar power, and the feasibility of developing solar power plants in various parts of Mizoram. Taking into consideration that Mizoram receives an average solar insulation of about 4.5 kWh/m2/day and an average of 300 sunshine days, and the various schemes and subsidies made available by the Central Government; it is safe to say that solar energy will be one of the of the most important sources of renewable energy source in Mizoram.