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PowerGrid Corporation of India Ltd. as the Central Transmission Utility (CTU) has been designated as the Nodal Agency for grant of Connectivity, Long-Term Access and Medium-Term Open Access to the inter-State transmission system as per the regulation 4 of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Grant of Connectivity, Long-term Access and Medium-term Open Access in inter-State transmission and related matters) Regulations, 2009.
Transmission system for evacuation of power from potential solar and wind energy zones in western region – Individual stakeholder comments
Comments are invited within 45 days (i.e. by 24.11.2019) through email id: firstname.lastname@example.org on the proposal for Certification of personnel involved in planning at CTU and STU
Status of operationalisation of LTA/LTOA granted by CTU
Determination of Stranded Capacity and Relinquishment Charges in accordance with the directions under petition no 92/MP/2015 vide order dated 08-03-2019
Stranded capacity and Relinquishment charges calculation for JPL
Stranded Capacity and Relinquishment Charges of M/s Korba West Power Co. Ltd.
Stranded Capacity and Relinquishment Charges of M/s Adhunik Power & Natural Resources Limited
Stranded Capacity and Relinquishment Charges of M/s JPL, PTC Lanco and revised Relinquishment charges for Essar Power MP Ltd.
1. Transmission system for 18.5 GW of Solar and Wind Energy Zones in Southern Region
Transmission system for 18.5 GW of Solar and Wind Energy Zones in Southern Region was discussed and agreed in the 2nd SR SCT meeting held on 10.06.19.
The details of the scheme, its justification, estimated cost and its tariff impact, results of the system studies, study assumptions & inputs considered, stakeholder consultation/approval details etc. are attached for your observations, if any latest by 25.08.19 at mail ids email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
2. TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR EVACUATION OF POWER FROM POTENTIAL SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY ZONES IN WESTERN REGION – PHASE II (REZ PHASE II) AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR PROVIDING IMMEDIATE CONNECTIVITY TO DHOLERA UMSP
Transmission System for Evacuation of Power from potential Solar and Wind energy zones in Western Region (Phase II) and Transmission system for providing immediate connectivity to Dholera UMSP was discussed and agreed in the in the 2nd WRSCT meeting held on 21.05.2019. The details of the scheme, its justification, estimated cost and its tariff impact, results of the system studies, study assumptions, stakeholder consultation/approval details etc. are attached for your observations, if any latest by 20.08.19 at mail ids email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Transmission System strengthening for potential solar energy zones (11.1GW) –Phase -II in Northern Region (8.1GW under ISTS and balance 3.0GW under Intra-State by RVPN).
Transmission System for Solar Energy Zones (SEZs) in Rajasthan under Phase-II involving Hybrid system with EHVAC and VSC based HVDC was discussed and technically agreed in the 4th NRSCT meeting held on 25/07/19. Accordingly, the details of the scheme, justification, estimated cost and its tariff impact, results of the system studies, study assumptions, stakeholder consultation/approval details etc. were uploaded on CTU website on 14/08/2019 and forwarded to stakeholders(Generators, STUs, RLDCs, SLDC & Distribution Licensees) for their observations by 28/09/2019.Subsequently, the transmission system was again taken up in 5th NRSCT meeting held on 13/09/2019. During the meeting, various alternatives, viz. EHVAC system and Hybrid system with EHVAC and VSC based HVDC system were discussed. It was observed that it would be difficult to implement VSC based HVDC transmission system by Dec’21 matching with anticipated RE generation projects. Further, Hybrid of HVDC and AC system is found to be about Rs. 4500 – 5000 Cr. costlier compared to AC system. Considering above aspects as well as phased implementation of generation projects, EHVAC transmission system alongwith STATCOMs for reactive power control was agreed in 5th NRSCT meeting (MOM awaited).Considering above, details of the revised scheme, justification, estimated cost and its tariff impact, results of the system studies, study assumptions, stakeholder consultation/approval details etc. are attached for stakeholders(Generators, STUs, RLDCs, SLDC & Distribution Licensees) observations, if any, latest by 05/10/2019 at mail ids email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of Planned Pooling Stations for 66.5GW REZs in India along with details of RE Potential, Stage-II connectivity & LTA as on 31.10.2019
Status of allocation of bays at ISTS substations for Stage-II Connectivity grantees as on 31.10.2019
Status of margins available at existing ISTS substations for proposed RE integration as on 31.10.2019
Determination of Point of Connection (PoC) rates and transmission losses in accordance with Regulation 17(2) of Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Sharing of Inter State Transmission Charges and Losses) Regulations, 2010 and amendments thereto.
July, 2019 to September, 2019
April, 2019 to June, 2019
January, 2019 to March, 2019
October, 2018 to December, 2018
July, 2018 to September, 2018
April, 2018 to June, 2018
January, 2018 to March, 2018
October, 2017 to December, 2017
July, 2017 to September, 2017
Details of Transmission System approved in:
National Electricity Plan (Volume-II) Transmission: 2017-22
Transmision Scheme agreed in Regional Standing Committee on Transmission
Empowered Committee on Transmission