The draft regulation proposing to amend the Central Electricity Authority (Technical Standards for Connectivity to the Grid) Regulations, 2007 was published in six newspaper dailies, as required by sub-section (3) of section 177 of the Electricity Act, 2003 (36 of 2003) read with sub-rule (2) of rule (3) of the Electricity (Procedure for previ

The first objective of the study is to forecast the future generation scenario for the year 2021-22 and compare with demand as projected in the 19th EPS to estimate the extent of flexibility & ramp rate required in the system on account of demand as well as solar & wind generation variation considering entire renewable generation to be a

India is now amongst the fastest developing countries in the world in terms of GDP as well as the electricity consumption. The challenge is to meet the energy needs of high economic growth & electricity consumption of about 1.3 billion people.

The CDM has by now become an established mechanism for crediting climate friendly projects. Projects involving displacement or saving of grid electricity must calculate their emission reductions based on a grid emission factor, which needs to be determined in accordance with the rules set by the CDM Executive Board.

This review covers the performance of Hydro-Electric (HE) Stations having installed capacity of more than 25 MW. As on 31st March, 2018 there were 712 HE generating units installed in 206 Hydro-Electric Stations with an aggregate installed capacity of 45293.42 MW in operation.

This Report had done a detailed analysis of estimating this financial implication using test cases of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat during the renewable-rich season in 2017. The Report recommends methods for sharing of balancing responsibility.

The CDM has by now become an established mechanism for crediting climate friendly projects. Projects involving displacement or saving of grid electricity must calculate their emission reductions based on a grid emission factor which needs to be determined in accordance with the rules set by the CDM Executive Board.

As per Section 3 of the Electricity Act 2003, Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has been entrusted with the responsibility of preparing the National Electricity Plan in accordance with the National Electricity Policy and notify such plan once in five years.

Section 3(4) of Electricity Act, 2003 stipulates that, the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) shall prepare a National Electricity Plan in accordance with the National Electricity Policy and notify such plan once in five years.

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