The Ministry of Power published the draft guidelines for short-term sale of power through tariff-based bidding process on the 6th of March 2019 for public consultation. Promotion of competition in the electricity industry in India is one of the key objectives of the Electricity Act, 2003 as amended from time to time (the Act).

Adani Power Maharashtra (APM), which operates 3,300 mw of thermal power plant Tiroda in the Vidarbha region, cannot escape from its responsibility to fully utilize the fly ash as per its commitment

Industry players have sought more time from the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to complete their site visits in Leh and Ladakh districts, where the government plans to set up solar parks

With the government announcing 100 per cent household electrification in Uttar Pradesh (UP) under Saubhagya scheme, newly connected households are likely to place greater financial burden on electricity distribution companies (discoms) due to poor metering, infrequent billing, and inefficient collection of dues.

The government has undertaken nine schemes, including two power distribution projects in Rangpur and Rajshahi divisions for bringing one crore people under electricity coverage.

With the government successfully electrifying 99% of all houses in India under the Saubhagya scheme, there is an urgent need for a hefty investment in grid transmission infrastructure to keep pace with growing low-cost renewable capacity so that new households can actually afford to buy electricity.

PATIALA: Selling power during peak hours and then purchasing it during the lean period has helped Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) save millions, according to its chairman and managin

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.

Order of the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission in the matter of Nabha Power Limited Vs Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. dated 09/01/2019. Nabha Power Limited (NPL), has filed the present petition under Section 86 (1) (b) read with Section 86 (1) (f) of the Electricity Act, 2003 and Article 13 of the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) dated 18.01.2010 executed by NPL and Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) for the approval and consequent tariff adjustment due to a „Change in Law‟ event viz.

Draft tariff regulations (2019-24) are positive for regulated utilities as base RoE remains unchanged at 15.5% (our expectation: cut to 14%).

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