Monthly Archives: November 2015

Suggestions to TSERC on Chattisgarh PPA


To,                                                                                                       Dt: 30-11-2015
The Secretary,
Telangana Electricity Regulatory Commission (TSERC),
11-4-660, 5th Floor, Singareni Bhavan,
Red Hills, Lakdi-ka-pul, Hyderabad – 500004.
Sir,
            Sub: Submission of Comments, Objections and Suggestions on Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) between Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company Limited (CSPDCL) and TSDISCOMS (TSSPDCL TSNPDCL)–- Reg.
            Ref: 1. Public Notice OP No: 93 of 2015
Below are my  suggestions
1. Add  section  on Lead  Procurers Rights
      To   Change the  Dispatch  schedule  between  Procurers,  or  Divert,  Exchange, Sell  the capacity to Third  Parties
2.   Section  6.7.3

If any Procurer does not avail of power up to the available capacity provided by the Supplier corresponding to such Procurer’s Contracted Capacity, the Supplier shall be entitled to sell such available capacity not scheduled by such Procurer, to any person without losing the right to receive the Capacity Charges from the Concerned Procurer for such unavailed available capacity. In such a case, the sale realization in excess of the Energy Charges, shall be equally shared by the Supplier with the Concerned Procurer. If both Procurers do not avail of the available capacity corresponding to their Contracted Capacity, provisions of this Article shall be applicable to them mutatis mutandis and in such case, fifty percent (50%) of the excess over Energy Charges recovered by the Supplier from sale to third party shall be retained by the Supplier and the balance fifty percent (50%) shall be provided by the Supplier to the Concerned Procurer(s) in the ratio of their available capacity not dispatched by such Concerned Procurer(s) and sold by the Supplier to third parties. During this period, the Supplier will also continue to receive the Capacity / Fixed Charges from such Procurers.

Revised as

If any Procurer does not avail of power up to the available capacity provided by the Supplier corresponding to such Procurer’s Contracted Capacity, the Supplier shall be entitled to sell such available capacity not scheduled by such Procurer, to any person without losing the right to receive the Capacity Charges from the Concerned Procurer for such unavailed available capacity. In such a case, the sale realization in excess of the Energy Charges, shall be equally shared by the Supplier with the Concerned Procurer. If both Procurers do not avail of the available capacity corresponding to their Contracted Capacity, provisions of this Article shall be applicable to them mutatis mutandis and in such case, Supplier retains  Energy Charges  and  passes  the  Excess  till  concerned Procurer(s)  recovers  the  Capacity  charges  being  paid  and  if recovered  prices is  greater  than Energy  Charge +  Capacity Charge  then fifty percent (50%) of the excess over Energy Charges  and Capacity Charges recovered by the Supplier from sale to third party shall be retained by the Supplier and the balance fifty percent (50%) shall be provided by the Supplier to the Concerned Procurer(s) in the ratio of their available capacity not dispatched by such Concerned Procurer(s) and sold by the Supplier to third parties. During this period, the Supplier will also continue to receive the Capacity / Fixed Charges from such Procurers.

Request friends  in  India  to send  these suggestions  formally  to TSERC as  both  will protect TS interests  completely  and are reasonable can’t be denied by CSPDCL

Regards

Poddutoori Venkata  Gandhi

Telangana continues to be isolated from National Power Grid


Dear  Prime Minister  Narendra  Modi  Ji

Hope you are  aware the  Telangana  State the  29th  State of  India established on  2nd June 2014 is now about 18 months old and it continues to suffer from Total Isolation from 765 HVDC National  Power Grid to be able to Buy Power from Power Surplus States to fill its Huge Power Deficit this is in the Hands of Central Government owned Power Grid Corporation  of India

Saheb Ji

Do care for the farmers of the state suffering from both Power deficit and Rain Deficit on  Priority, if the Power Minister is to give clear and firm answer through parliament to the people of state

  1. What steps Center has taken to address the power deficit  of Telangana state as has been  identified  as the critical problem of Telangana state in the Andhra  Pradesh Re-organization Act 2014
  2. What is the Current Status and when will center complete Wardha-Dichapally-Maheshwaram 765KV HVDC Line to end the Isolation of Telangana State and Hyderabad Metro from the 765HVDC Power Grid of India

Telangana  is  denied Access to National Grid

Thank You

Poddutoori Venkata Gandhi