The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) is seriously considering opting for a three-part structure as against the current one of two while fixing the multi-year tariffs for 2019-24, according to sources familiar with the development.
The power sector regulator will this month release the draft of its recommendations, which when finalised, will determine the tariff of around 76,000 MW of thermal and hydro capacity belonging to public sector generators like NTPC, NHPC and Damodar Valley Corporation.
What is currently being discussed at the level of the Chairman and senior officials is the approach paper that the regulator had floated in May. Read More
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