India’s power sector has been grappling with transmission related issues for a long time. With the problems aggravated in the face of higher power generation and demand. The creation of a separate fund for the development of transmission and power sector related infrastructure is a step in the right direction.
NLC India Limited has told the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) that the date of commercial operation of its 1,000 MW (2 x 500 MW) lignite-based thermal power project at Neyveli is being pushed to the financial year 2019-20
Power regulator CERC allowing a tariff relief to independent power projects (IPP) affected by domestic coal shortfall is positive for the power generation segment, rating agency ICRA said Monday.
Power regulator Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has allowed compensation to GMR Group for running its power plant on imported coal in the event of coal shortage.
Saddled with surplus power generation and lower demand from the utilities, the government is looking at throwing open a short-term power market to the consumers in the neighbouring countries by allowing them access to Indian power exchanges for meeting day-to-day requirements.
Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has amended the regulations for sharing of the inter-state transmission charges and losses—introduced in 2010— for the sixth time. The amended regulations will be effective from February 13, 2018.
Central Electricity Regulatory Commission’s tariff norms for the five-year period between financial year 2019 and 2024 will provide relief to power utilities, according to brokerages.
In a recent discussion paper titled Market Based Economic Dispatch of Electricity: Re-designing of Day-Ahead Market (DAM) in India, the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has analyzed India’s power market
CERC’s draft tariff rules positive for power generation, transmission firms; energy production cost may decline: Report
Continuation of norms on the return on equity (RoE) and capital structure in the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission’s (CERC) draft tariff regulations for 2020-24, is likely to be positive for power generation and transmission companies, ICRA said in a report.
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC’s) draft tariff regulations for five years between FY2019-2024 will be favourable for power generators, as the regulator has maintained the status quo on most of the parameters, says India Ratings (Ind-Ra).