Chhattisgarh Commission Works On Tariff Terms for Renewable Projects in the State

The renewable projects that come under these regulations include wind power projects, hydro projects, biomass power projects based on Rankine cycle technology, non-fossil fuel-based co-generation projects, solar projects including solar thermal power projects, municipal solid waste based power projects, refuse-derived fuel based power projects

December 19, 2019. By Hemant Arora

The Chhattisgarh State Electricity Regulatory Commission has specified the terms and conditions of tariffs for renewable energy sources for the sale of power to distribution licensees, as per the reports.


The renewable projects that come under these regulations include wind power projects, hydro projects, biomass power projects based on Rankine cycle technology, non-fossil fuel-based co-generation projects, solar projects including solar thermal power projects, municipal solid waste based power projects, refuse-derived fuel based power projects, the reports add.

The control or review period under these regulations will be three years, with the first year commencing from April 1, 2019, as per the new regulations.

It would also determine the generic preferential tariff in case of small hydro, solar PV, and co-generation power projects at the beginning of each year of the control period, according to the commission.

The commission said it would determine generic tariffs only for solar PV projects ranging between 0.5 MW to 2 MW and 2 MW to 5 MW in capacity, as per its new regulations.

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