#Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission has finally passed tariff order for FY2015-16 following long delays due to incomplete filings — IndiaPowerTrading (@ipt2015) September 23, 2016 #Rajasthan industrial consumers demand open access eligibility for 100 kW and above (current is 1000 kW and above). RERC declines request. — IndiaPowerTrading (@ipt2015) September 23,…
September 23, 2016
PSPCL is already working to file a petition asking to levy additional surcharge on open access transactions between 1 October 2016 and 31 March 2017.
Renewable energy forecast and scheduling regulations shall be applicable in Karnataka starting 1 December 2016.
The latest solar RPO trajectory announced by Maharashtra falls short of the central government’s target of 8% solar RPO by FY2022.
Maharashtra may see a surge in applications for day-ahead open access. Such a shift may increase the overall demand & clearing prices at power exchanges.
An additional surcharge of Rs 0.49/kWh shall be levied on open access consumers between 1 April and 30 September 2016.
UPERC has directed Uttar Pradesh PCL to explain why it did not procure electricity at cheaper rates from power exchanges during FY2015-16.
The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission ruled that open access consumers can procure power from multiple generators.
Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission has sided with the discom to deny NOC for a fresh, additional open access application of less than 1 MW.
Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission has allowed Bihar SPHCL to procure surrendered power from Adani Energy Limited through open access.
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