Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission

Despite MERC Order, Will Myrah Energy Execute 100 MW Project in Time?

If you ever needed to see the long journey and pitfalls a developer has to travel between bidding and actually completing a renewable project in India, then the case of Mytra Energy subsidiary Mytrah Vayu (Vedavati) Private Limited (MVEL) versus the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. (MSEDCL) and Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd […]

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Efficiency in Focus as MERC Declines Adani Plea On RE Pricing for Mumbai

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulation Commission, in its order dated January 8 has disposed of the plea by Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited (AEML) on tariff for the renewable energy it planned to purchase to meet the city’s RPO obligations and broader energy needs. The plea by AEML, which pitched for sourcing 700 MW of RE power […]

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Tata Power’s Renewable Arm Gets LoA to Develop 150 MW Solar Project

As per the deal, the energy will be supplied to Tata Power – D under a long-term PPA for 25 years from the scheduled commercial operation date. Renewable arm of utility giant Tata Power, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) has got a Letter of Award (LoA) from Tata Power – Distribution (Tata Power – […]

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Tata Power Renewable Gets 150 MW Solar Proj in MSEDCL’s 1,000 MW Bid

The company has received the Letter of Award (LoA) to develop the project and will sign a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the MSEDCL. Tata Power’s renewable arm Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) has bagged the 150 MW solar PV project in the bidding process of Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co Ltd’s […]

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MahaMetro to Save Rs 12 Cr on Power Bills by Going Solar

The cost of solar power per unit is Rs 3.58 whereas the MSEDCL supplies it for Rs 9.67 per unit. On top of the three metro stations, the MahaMetro has started installing solar panels that will supply power to stations. In order to save charges on its power bills, MahaMetro will supply solar power to […]

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Maharashtra to Obtain 1,000 MW Solar Energy From Six Producers

The power will be supplied to agriculture pumps during the day. It will also help the MSEDCL attain the Renewable Purchase Obligation mandated by the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) under the Electricity Act-2003 to purchase a minimum level of renewable energy out of its total consumption. To fulfill its energy requirements, the state of […]

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MSEDCL to Buy Cheapest Solar Power in the Country

MSEDCL issued tenders to buy 1,020 solar power from private producers. The two companies that agreed to supply power are JLTM Energy and Mahoba Solar. Both agreed to supply 20 MW and 200 MW at the rate of Rs 2.71 per unit. Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) has entered into an agreement with two […]

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Electricity Utility MSEDCL Blocks Metro Rail’s Solar Power Plan

Discom MSEDCL refuses to relax the norms for solar power to meet the 65 percent of Nagpur Metro Rail’s energy needs. Mahametro’s plan to meet 65% of Nagpur Metro Rail’s energy needs through solar power has received a jolt as state-run Discom MSEDCL has refused to relax its norms for the project. Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory […]

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