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India Supreme Court allows Tata Power, Adani Power to renegotiate sales pact

Verdict could lead to higher tariffs after years of losses from Indonesian coal prices

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Tata Power, Adani Power, and Essar Power in Gujarat state sought higher tariffs to cover the increased cost, but the distribution companies resisted.   © Mint/Getty Images

MUMBAI (NewsRise) -- India's Supreme Court allowed Tata Power and other electricity producers to renegotiate their agreements with state-run distributors, offering a ray of hope to the companies grappling with staggering losses at their power plants in the nation's western parts.

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