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MERC initiates Net Metering in Maharashtra

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Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission [MERC] has come out with a draft policy on Net Metering for Rooftop Solar Systems for the State of Maharashtra. 

Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission, vide its Order dated 25 November, 2013 in Case No. 86 of 2013, constituted a working committee to study the technical and commercial issues involved in providing connectivity to solar rooftop PV projects and other small solar PV projects with distribution network. The committee submitted its report to the Commission on 25 July, 2014.

One of the recommendations of the working committee is to “formulate separate Regulations for Solar Rooftop PV promotion by Net metering arrangement”. The copy of the working committee’s report for formulation of Regulatory Framework for Exploring Grid Connectivity of Solar generators below 1 MW capacity is available on the Commission’s website in downloadable format.

The Commission invites written suggestions and objections from the public, Distribution Licensees and other stakeholders on the above draft, which may be sent in 6 (1+5) copies to the Secretary, MERC, 13th floor, Centre No.1, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai-400005 personally or by Post or Fax or Email [Fax No.022- 22163976, Email: mercindia@ merc.gov.in] on or before 31 March, 2015

The below pdf file is the draft policy. Please click to download. 

 

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Solar PV | News published on 10 / 03 / 2015 by Bharat Vasandani

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