CERC Declines To Consider Power Exchange RTM Abortions As ‘Force Majeure’

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), in its latest judgement, declined to consider the plea of BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd, a power distribution licensee from Delhi. The discom had approached the Central Commission asking it to consider the events related to abortion and the cancellation of bids placed on the Real Time Market (RTM) of […]

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CERC Rejects Punjab Discom’s Plea To Penalize Adani Green Over Delays

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), in its latest judgement declined the petition of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) against Adani Green Energy. The Punjab discom had pleaded with the CERC to reduce the tariff of 50MW of a Gujarat-based wind power project developed by Adani Green due to the delay in the commencement of the […]

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CERC Refrains From Penalizing Southern States For Power Over Drawl 

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), in its latest judgment, has warned the southern Indian states against ignoring the warnings from the regional load despatch centers. The Commission, however, refrained from levying penalties on the state utilities for the same. The case came to the fore when the Southern Regional Load Despatch Centre (SRLDC) moved the […]

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RERC Orders Penalising All Errant Officials Of RUVNL In Late-Payment Case

The Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC), in its latest judgment, has ordered penalizing all errant officials of the Rajasthan Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (RUVNL) for delaying payment to a wind power producer in the state. The order came to the fore after the alleged errant state discom failed to pay the third due installment to Mahalaxmi […]

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Errant EV Players Might Face More Trouble For Flouting FAME-II

The Ministry of Heavy Industries is now mulling stringent actions against alleged errant two-wheeler Electric Vehicle (EV) players in India for falsely claiming subsidies under the Faster Adoption of Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME)-II. The ministry is the nodal agency for disbursing FAME-II funds to EV players. As per reports, the ministry has planned to […]

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Unregistered Solar Rooftops in Capetown to Face Penalty

The city administration has taken this decision after witnessing a huge spike in solar rooftops installed in Cape Town posing a safety and a legal risk. Residents of Cape Two who are using rooftop solar installations will have to pay a hefty fine if they fail to get their solar installation registered by February next […]

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