The latest landmark order by power sector regulator CERC on pass through of the higher cost of imported coal to consumers would enable resolution for affected domestic coal-based projects aggregating to 14,000-15,000 Mw with long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
A recent order from India’s top regulatory authority for the energy sector threatens to impose costs that run into trillions of rupees on several states and undermine the sanctity of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) across the country. It could also undermine contractual laws and established procedures for tenders and bids for government contract
In a landmark judgment, power sector regulator Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has held that the imposition of safeguard duty on imports of solar cells and modules amounts to a “change in law” event for the developers who must be compensated for the increased expenditure.
NHPC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Neyveli Lignite Corporation of India (NLCIL) in the area of Power Trading on 18 February 2019 at Chennai.
The Supreme Court may have allowed India’s central electricity regulator to consider reopening the power supply contracts of the loss-making generating stations of Tata, Adani and Essar in Gujarat, but it does not mean
Ksenia Kondratieva The stocks of Tata Power and Adani Power shot up around 20 per cent on Monday following a Supreme Court directive to the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC).
Providing a relief to solar power developers, the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has held that the introduction of the GST would be considered as ‘change in law’.
Power sector regulator Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has approved state-run lignite miner NLC India Ltd’s application for inter-state trading licence.
In a bid to assist loss-making power distribution companies (discoms), the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has proposed that payment which they make to power generators would be according to the energy supply to discoms, rather than just plant availability.
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) will kick-start in the next 10 days the process of setting tariff regulations for the next five years of tariff control period, starting 2019, said its chairperson PK Pujari.