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OCT 05 2013

Gujarat: Hearing in the matter under GERC (Terms and Conditions of the Intra-State Open Access), Regulations, 2011

  • Economic Times, ET Bureau / Hyderabad
  • Created: Sat 05th OCT 2013

1. In the matter under GERC (Terms and Conditions of the Intra-State Open Access), Regulations, 2011 for determination of additional surcharge payable by open access consumers availing power under open access. – Scheduled date of Hearing 05/10/13

2. In the Petition under section 42 (2), section 86 (1) read with section 94 (1) (g) of the Electricity Act, 2003 and Regulation 3 (p) of the Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission (Terms and Conditions of Intra-State Open Access) Regulations, 2011 for granting NOC for Open Access and denial of NOC for Open Access is absolutely illegal, discriminatory, arbitrary and in violation of GERC (Terms and Conditions of Intra-State Open Access) Regulations, 2011 and strict interpretation of regulations incorporated in GERC (Terms and Conditions of Intra-State Open Access) Regulations, 2011 Notification No. 3 of 2011 in context with Open Access - Scheduled date Hearing 05/10/13

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