MERC DETERMINES GENERIC TARIFF FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR FY 2017-18

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission has released an order for the generic tariff for renewable energy for FY 2017-18. It specifies the terms and conditions and procedures for determination of generic tariff by the commission. The capital cost for wind energy projects has been determined on the basis of revised capital cost given by CERC. The value for capital cost is Rs 594.41 lakh/MW.

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In the order, the capital cost for solar PV has not been determined by the CERC. Therefore, the commission determined the value of capital cost at Rs 424.74 lakh/MW. The normative capital cost for solar thermal projects is Rs 1200 lakh/MW. The table given below specifies the value of tariff for solar projects :

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The order can be accessed here

KSERC RELEASES TARIFF ORDER FOR FY 2017-18

KSERC (Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission) has released a tariff order determining the retail tariff for FY 2017-18 for the state. Salient features of the order are as follows:

 

 

Transmission Charge: The transmission charge for FY 2017-18 is Rs 0.37/unit

Wheeling Charges: The wheeling charges determined for the FY 2017-18 are Rs 0.31/unit

Cross Subsidy Surcharge: The cross subsidy surcharge is  Rs 0.91/unit.

 

The order can be accessed here.

HPERC NOTIFIES RETAIL TARIFF ORDER FOR FY 2017-18

The HPERC has released the retail tariff for FY 2017-18 in its order. The tariff has basically remained unchanged to a large extent.

 

The tariff is given as follows:

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Cross Subsidy Surcharge: Rs 1.89/unit

Wheeling charges: Rs 1.83/unit

Additional Surcharge: Rs 0.49/unit

The article can be accessed here.

The press note about the same can be accessed here.

APERC DETERMINES TARIFF FOR WIND PROJECTS

The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission has recently proposed the tariff for wind energy sources which will be applicable for the projects commissioned during FY 2017-18. The tariff will be applicable for 25 years. The details of the tariff proposed are as follows:

 

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The order can be accessed here.

MERC DETERMINES LEVELISED TARIFF FOR RENEWABLE SOURCES FOR FY 2017-18

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission has released an order for the generic tariff for renewable energy for FY 2017-18. It specifies the terms and conditions and procedures for determination of generic tariff by the commission. The capital cost for wind energy projects has been determined on the basis of revised capital cost given by CERC. The value for capital cost is Rs 594.41 lakh/MW.

The valued for tariff decided for wind energy projects is as follows:

 

In the order, the capital cost for solar PV has not been determined by the CERC. Therefore, the state electricity commission determined the value of capital cost at Rs 424.74 lakh/MW. The normative capital cost for solar thermal projects is Rs 1200 lakh/MW. The table given below specifies the value of tariff for solar projects :

 

The order can be accessed here.

TNERC NOTIFIES SOLAR TARIFF FOR FY 2017-18

 Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission, in its latest order dated 28th March, 2017, has released the tariff values for solar projects in the state.

The tariff values are given as follows:

There has been a slight decrease in tariff for both solar PV and solar thermal this year as compared to the last FY. A comparison of the same is given as follows:

 

The order can be accessed here

KERC DETERMINES RETAIL TARIFF FOR STATE

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission in its order dated 11th April, 2017, has approved the retail supply tariff for 2017-18. The tariff hike proposed by the KERC for industrial and commercial consumers and a comparison of the existing and the new tariff proposed by the commission can be seen as follows:

 

 

The table below represents the cross subsidy charges worked out as per the different consumer category:

 

The order can be accessed here.

APERC RELEASES RETAIL TARIFF ORDER FOR FY 2017-18:

The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission has released an order dated 31st March, 2017 regarding the Tariff for Retail Sale of Electricity during 2017-18.

 

The below table gives the comparison between the new tariff determined from FY 2017-18 and FY 2016-17 and % change in the tariff from  FY 2016-17 and FY 2017-18 for different categories:

 

Wheeling Charges:

The tariff included the wheeling charges for FY 2017-18 and they are given as follows:


No information about wheeling loss has been given in this order.

 

Cross Subsidy Surcharge:

The Cross Subsidy Surcharge (CSS) for FY 2017-18 has been given below for different categories:

The regulation can be accessed here

MPERC RELEASES TARIFF ORDER FOR LV, HV AND EHV CONSUMERS:

Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (MPERC) in its order dated 1st April 2016 has determined the tariff for Low Voltage (LV), High Voltage (HV) and Extra High Voltage (EHV). A summary of the tariff for HV3 consumers which includes Industrial, Non-industrial and Shopping Malls has been given in the table below:

The order can be accessed here

GERC Determines tariff for small hydro power projects for FY 2016-17

The GERC (Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission) on 14th December 2016 finalized the tariff for Renewable Sources of Energy (small, mini & micro hydro projects). The tariff will be applicable for the projects to be commissioned during the year 2016-17.

Previously in the September 2016, the commission notified a draft for the determination of the RE tariff and invited comments and suggestion. After considering all the submitted comments and suggestions the commission has come out with the final tariff. The brief details of the tariff finalized are provided in the table below:

Wheeling of power for third party sale from the small hydro projects will be allowed on payment of transmission charges, wheeling charges and losses of energy fed into the grid, as applicable to normal open access consumers.

The small hydro projects who desire to wheel electricity under third party open access has to pay 50% of cross subsidy surcharge as applicable to normal open access consumers. Also, additional surcharge as determined by the Commission from time to time shall also be applicable for selling power to third party under open access.

The regulation can be accessed here.

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