Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (Forecasting, Scheduling and Deviation Settlement and related matters for Solar and Wind Generation) Regulations, 2019

May 02, 2019 | by Avantis RegTech Legal Research Team

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The Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC) on April 29, 2019, has published Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (Forecasting, Scheduling and Deviation Settlement and related matters for Solar and Wind Generation) Regulations, 2019.

Objective:

•These Regulations are intended to facilitate Grid integration of Wind and Solar energy generated in Haryana while maintaining Grid stability and security as envisaged under the Haryana Grid Code and the Act, through forecasting, scheduling and a mechanism for the settlement of deviations by such Generators.

•In order to maintain system security, stability and reliability, the SLDC shall take into consideration the forecasts of Wind and Solar generation for Week-Ahead, Day-Ahead and intra-Day operations and scheduling and long term forecasts for its planning. Provided that the day Ahead forecasting may be given twice by the QCA i.e R-0 and R-1 on a fixed time as mutually decided by QCA and SLDC.

•The SLDC shall make use of the flexibility provided by conventional Generating Units and the capacity of inter-Grid tie-lines to accommodate Wind and Solar energy generation to the largest extent possible subject to Grid security.

Applicability:

•These Regulations shall apply to all Wind and Solar Energy Generators in Haryana connected to the Intra-State Transmission /Distribution System, including those connected through Pooling Sub-Stations, and using the power generated for self-consumption or sale within or outside the State:

Provided that the combined installed capacity of the Solar or Wind Generators connected to a particular Pooling Sub-Station, or that of an individual Generator connected to some other Sub-Station, shall not be less than 1 MW.

•The Commission shall review these Regulations after two years, or earlier if it considers necessary.

The Regulations shall come into force after their publication in the Official Gazette and institution of commercial arrangement for settlement of Deviation Charges and penalty in the State.

Provided that the Commercial Arrangements specified in these Regulations, and the related provisions regarding Deviation Chargesand penalty, shall come into forcewithin six months of the publication of the Regulations.

[Notification No. HERC/44/2019]

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