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Title: Power Open Access


1
Open Access Power Purchase
2
Definition
  • Electricity Act 2003 Open Access is defined as
  • Open access means the non-discriminatory
    provision for the use of transmission lines or
    distribution system or associated facilities with
    such lines or system by any licensee or consumer
    or a person engaged in generation in accordance
    with the regulations specified by the Appropriate
    Commission.

3
  • POWER TRADING
  • Bilateral Transactions
  • Sale/Purchase of Power
  • Swapping Arrangement of Power (Energy Banking)
  • Collective Transactions (IEX, PXIL)
  • Renewable Power Trading
  • Advisory

4
PROCESS
BY IEX (Daily Bidding)
Volume cleared Report and price are determined by
same day (trading date) evening. Payment terms
will be advance of one day consumption
BIDDING TIME UPTO 11 AM, ONE DAY PRIOR Ex.
Trading date 24-2-2016, Delivery Date 25-2-2016
Delivery starts from date changing hours 0000
to 2400
BY Bilateral Transaction (Fixed Tariff Agreement)
Bill will be generated monthly. Payment terms
will be within seven days from monthly Bill
generation date like ISCOM.
Agreement between Consumer and Provider for a
longer period with Fixed Rate
5
Pre-requisites of Open Access
  • Special Energy meters (ABT Meter 0.2 S class)
    are required to be installed for energy
    accounting.
  • Available Transmission Corridor. (11KV, 33KV,
    66KV,110KV etc.)
  • Contract demand should be more than 1 MW (1125
    KVA).
  • Payment security for availing Open Access.
  • No court case pending related to BESCOM.

6
INVESTMENT
  • ANNUAL IEX REGISTRATION FEES
    Rs One lakh SERVICE TAX
  • MONTHLY NOC FEES
  • Rs 5000 dd in favor of CHIEF ENGINEER SLDC,
  • KPTCL (Applicable for month industry wish to
  • trade)
  • ABT Meter if not installed (As per vendor
    Quotation)

7
Open Access cost analysis (1MW Purchase by IEX)
BIDDING COST ANALYSIS BIDDING COST ANALYSIS  
Description Description Total per day
Volume to be purchased in an Hour in kWh Volume to be purchased in an Hour in kWh 1000
No. of Hours No. of Hours 24.00
Actual Rate As on Rs. Per Mwh Actual Rate As on Rs. Per Mwh 3200.00
Actual Rate As on Rs. Per kWh Actual Rate As on Rs. Per kWh 2.95
ADJUSTMENT OF POC/CTU TRANSMISSION , STATE TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTION LOSSES ADJUSTMENT OF POC/CTU TRANSMISSION , STATE TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTION LOSSES  
Unit purchased from power exchange in kWh Unit purchased from power exchange in kWh 24000.00
Adjustment of POC/CTU Transmission Losses 1.95 23532.00
Adjustment of State Transmission Losses 3.47 22715
Distribution loss 4.20 21761
ADJUSTMENT OF CHARGES CROSS SUBSIDY ADJUSTMENT OF CHARGES CROSS SUBSIDY  
Cost of Energy as per Market Clearing Price Cost of Energy as per Market Clearing Price 70800.00
NLDC Application Fee in Rs. Per Day 5.00 5.00
NLDC Scheduling Operating Charges in Rs Per Day 180.00 180.00
NOC charges per month 5000 5000.00
POC / CTU Transmission Charges in Rs. Per kWh 0.2694 6465.60
State Transmission Charges in Rs. Per kWh 0.08 1920.00
SLDC Scheduling and Operating Charges in Rs. Per Day 1000 1000.00
IEX Transaction Fees in Rs. Per kWh 0.0230 552.00
Trading margin in Rs. Per kWh 0.01150 276.00
Cross Subsidy in Rs. Per kWh 1.18 25678.44
Cost to meet RPO in Rs. Per kWh (Non-Solar) 0.08440 1986.10
Cost to meet RPO in Rs. Per kWh (Solar) 0.01767 415.81
Total amount to be paid in Rs. Total amount to be paid in Rs. 114278.95
Landed cost to in Rs. Per kWh Landed cost to in Rs. Per kWh 5.25
BESCOM Variable Cost to Consumer in Rs. Per kWh BESCOM Variable Cost to Consumer in Rs. Per kWh 6.43
     
Total billing Cost as per MESCOM Total billing Cost as per MESCOM 139998.28
Total billing Cost as per Power Trading Total billing Cost as per Power Trading 114278.95
savings / Losses savings / Losses 25719.33
Adjustments Adjustments 0
TOTAL SAVINGS TOTAL SAVINGS 25719.33
8
Cost Analysis for Bilateral Transaction (Fixed
Tariff Agreement)
  • Savings in the range of Rs 1.10 to 1.25 per Unit
    from base rate of ISCOM.
  • Agreement will be for two years. Can be renewed
    with mutual consent.
  • IEX price will be varied as per Demand-supply.
    FTA price will be fixed irrespective of
    demand-supply.

9
Pros and cons (IEX)
  • Pros
  • Can be bought independently for slot of 15 mins
    each in a day
  • Can be purchased from one slot of 15 mins to all
    slot of 24 hrs each in a day as per operation
    schedule.
  • No long Term Commitment required as it is Day
    Ahead Process.
  • If bid is not cleared than Power will be
    continued from ESCOM at ESCOM Price
  • Cons
  • Whatever is purchased for the duration, need to
    consumed.
  • Power purchased will be considered as consumed
    even if there is power cut from BESCOM
  • Price of Exchange determined on trading date
    based on Demand Supply Curve for every 15 minutes
    interval.

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