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JUN 29 2017

MERC allows GEPLs petition regarding PPA approval and adoption of tariff

  • Economic Times, ET Bureau / Hyderabad
  • Created: Thu 29th JUN 2017

 

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has allowed Gigaplex Estate Private Limited’s (GEPL) petition seeking the approval of a power purchase agreement (PPA). Further, the commission has approved the adoption of tariff for procurement of 2 MW RTC Power and 1 MW peak load power from April 19, 2017 to September 30, 2017 in accordance with the standard bidding guidelines under the provisions of section 63 of the EA, 2003.

MERC-approved tariff for power procurement

Seller

 Time slot

 Quantum (MW) at delivery point

 Rate/Tariff (Rs/kWh)

GEPL, Mumbai (Source of power: D.B. Power Limited, Chattisgarh)

 00:00 hours to 24:00 hours (All days of the week, i.e., Monday to Sunday)

 2

 3.49

 08:00 hours to 23:00 hours (Weekdays,i.e., Monday to Friday, and excluding national holidays)

 1

 3.74

Source: MERC

Tags

Maharashtra Chattisgarh Global Energy Ltd. Tariff Power Purchase Agreement Electricity Regulatory Commission Mumbai Maharashtra State Electricity Regulatory Commissiion Power Electricity GIGAPLEX MSEB GEPL Gigaplex Estate

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