The green initiatives in Union budget 2019 focus on renewable energy, air pollution, water, and solid waste management for a sustainable future. That makes the integration of renewable energy like solar and wind in existing national grid a must to achieve India’s target of 175GW in renewable energy capacity by 2022.
But the variability and intermittency in solar and wind energy generation is a challenge to the proper utilization of these energy options in the grid. Hence, to stabilize the grid properly, accurate Deviation Settlement Mechanism (DSM) regulation is required to bring grid discipline.
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) and other State Electricity Regulatory Commissions (SERCs) have accordingly designed the Forecasting & Scheduling (F&S) regulations. Read More
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