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CENTRAL ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
NEW DELHI

Coram: Dr. Pramod Deo, Chairperson
Shri S.Jayaraman, Member Shri V.S.Verma, Member Shri M.Deena Dayalan, Member

No. L-1/18/2010-CERC
 

Date of Order: 18-2-2011

       Approval of detailed “Procedure for the Implementation of the Mechanism of Renewable Regulatory Fund” under Regulation 6.1 (d) of Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Indian Electricity Grid Code), Regulation 2010.

ORDER

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Indian Electricity Grid Code) Regulations, 2010 was notified by the Commission on 28.4.2010 (hereinafter referred to as “grid code regulations”). Regulation 6.1 (d) read with Annexure I to grid code regulations provides for the Complementary Commercial Mechanism as part of the Scheduling and Despatch Code. Clause 9 of Annexure I provides as under:
“9. NLDC shall prepare, within one month of notification of these regulations, a detailed procedure for implementation of the mechanism of Renewable Regulatory Fund and submit the same for approval by the Commission.”

2.

The

National

Load

Despatch

Centre

(NLDC)

in

its

Letter

No.

POSOCO/CERC/REC-3 dated 30th November 2010 had submitted the draft “Procedure for Implementation of the Mechanism of Renewable Regulatory Fund” (hereinafter referred to as “Detailed Procedure”) for approval of the Commission.

 
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3.

We have examined the Detailed Procedure submitted by NLDC at great length.

We hereby accord our approval to the Detailed Procedure as per the Annexure to this order. Though the Detailed Procedure will be implemented with effect from 1.1.2012, we direct NLDC to arrange for mock exercise as per the Detailed Procedure with effect from 1.7.2011.

4.

We direct that NLDC shall give wide publicity to the Detailed Procedure for the

information of and compliance by all concerned.
    Sd/‐  (M.Deena Dayalan) Member                              Sd/‐  (V.S.Verma) Member Sd/‐  (S.Jayaraman) Member Sd/‐  (Dr. Pramod Deo) Chairperson

 
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which in turn would submit the same to the concerned Regional Power Committee (RPC).2010. 2010 (hereinafter termed as ‘ the IEGC 2010’). 2. RLDC and NLDC] as on the date of coming into force of IEGC. Applicability: 2.1(d)read with Clause 9 of Complimentary Commercial Mechanism (Annexure-1) of Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Indian Electricity Grid Code) Regulations. b) 2. This Procedure is issued in compliance with Regulation 6.2010 with effect from 3.2. and who have not signed any PPA with states/UTs/DVC or others [for which declaration has to be submitted to State Load Despatch Centre (SLDC)/Control Centre by the applicant. This procedure shall be implemented with effect from 1. 1. with collective capacity as mentioned above connected at connection point of 33 KV level and above.1. Regional Load Despatch Centre (RLDC) and National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC)] as on the date of coming into force of IEGC 2010. If the collective   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 3 of 23  . with effect from 3. This procedure shall be applicable to: a) Wind farms with collective capacity of 10 MW and above connected at connection point of 33 KV level and above.5.      ANNEXURE Procedure for implementation of the mechanism of Renewable Regulatory Fund 1.5.2012. which in turn would submit the same to RPC. The Solar generating plants with capacity of 5 MW and above connected at connection point of 33 KV level and above and who have not signed any PPA with states/UTs or others [for which declaration has to be submitted to SLDC/Control Centre by the applicant.2010. whether connected to the transmission or distribution system of the State or to the inter-State transmission system.1.2 Eligible wind farms or solar generating plants may be on an individual developer basis or a group of developers.1. Introduction: 1.

in order to make an undue commercial gain). as amended from time to time. 3. General Conditions 3. UI charges. The scheduling jurisdiction and procedure. 2. Special Energy Meters installed shall be capable of time-differentiated measurements for time block wise active energy and voltage differentiated measurement of reactive energy.6.3. energy accounting and accounting of Unscheduled Interchange (UI) charges would be as per the relevant Regulations of the Central Commission.2. Renewable Regulatory Fund   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 4 of 23  . metering. 3. Special Energy Meters shall be installed by the Central Transmission Utility for and at the cost of the regional entities and by the State Transmission Utility for and at the cost of the intra-State entities. 3. 3. 3. shall furnish the details of Contracts along with contracted price through the respective RLDC to the concerned RPC. metering. Renewable Regulatory Fund. Wind Farm/Solar Energy Generator. which are intra-State entities. shall furnish the details of Contracts along with contracted price to the concerned RPC and RLDC through the respective SLDC.3 This procedure shall not be applicable to plants selling power through collective transactions as no revisions in schedules are envisaged in the same and buyers and sellers are anonymous.1. which are regional entities. Wind Farm/Solar Energy Generators. The concerned SLDC/RLDC will be responsible for checking that there is no gaming (gaming is an intentional mis-declaration of a parameter related to commercial mechanism in vogue.5.4. 4. Wind/Solar Generator shall provide Data Acquisition System Facility for transfer of information to concerned SLDC. they shall sign an agreement which shall clearly specify the nodal developer who shall be responsible for coordinating on behalf of all the developers on issues like SCADA. scheduling.  capacity is through a group of developers. 3. with concerned SLDC/RLDC etc.

the transactions would be between the wind generator and the purchasing State at the contracted rate for actual generation upto 150% of the scheduled generation. the implication of these UI charges shall be shared among all the States/UTs of the country/DVC in the ratio of their peak demand met in the previous month based on the data published by CEA.1 A Fund shall be opened by the National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC) on a national level known by the “Renewable Regulatory Fund (RRF) on the lines of UI Pool Account at the Regional level.4 In the case of intra-State sale of wind energy. levied under the Regulations. All payments on account of Renewable Regulatory charges. from the grid security point of view.02 HZ . The difference of actual generation from the schedule for the purchasing State would be settled   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 5 of 23  .2 UI charges for within this variation.2 The RRF shall be maintained and operated by the National Load Despatch Centre in accordance with provisions of the Regulations.30% would be settled directly between the host State and the Wind Farm in accordance with the energy accounts issued by the RPC.  4.1 The wind generators shall be responsible for forecasting their generation upto an accuracy of 70%. However. 4. The implication due to deviations outside +/. UI charges would be applicable to the wind generator. and interest.2. the transactions would be between the wind generator and the host State at the contracted rate for actual generation. would be allowed in a time block. no UI would be payable/receivable by Generator. in the form of a regulatory charge known as the Renewable Regulatory Charge operated through the Renewable Regulatory Fund (RRF). Therefore. 5.30% would be applicable to the host state. if the actual generation is beyond +/. received for late payment shall be credited to the RRF. if grid security is not affected by the generation above 150%.5 In the case of inter-State sale of wind energy. Scheduling and settlement of accounts in case of Wind Farms 5. i.50.30% of the schedule. 5. if any. 5.3 A maximum generation of 150% of the schedule only. The implication due to deviations of actual generation within +/30% of the scheduled generation would be settled through the RRF. For actual generation within +/. 5. for injection by wind. the only charge payable to the wind energy generator would be the UI charge applicable corresponding to 50. 5. For any generation above 150% of schedule. as described in Para 5.30% of the schedule.e within +/.

the deviation of actual generation from the schedule would be dealt with in proportion to the shares of the States in the generation of the Wind Farms/Solar Generators.1 In case of sale of power to two or more States. weather forecasting. solar insolation. 6.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 6 of 23  . 6. 6. 7. Settlement of accounts in case of both Wind Farms/Solar Generators 7.  at the UI rate of the Region of the purchasing State through the RRF. to the extent subjected to it. the purchasing State would pay the solar generator at the contracted rate for actual generation. the host State would pay the solar generator at the contracted rate for actual generation. on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation below the frequency specified in the CERC (Unscheduled Interchange and related matters) Regulation.4 In the case of inter-State sale of solar energy.2. season and normal solar generation curve and shall be vetted by the RLDC in which the generator is located and incorporated in the inter-state schedule.3 In the case of intra-State sale of solar energy.30% would be settled directly between the host State and the Wind Farm in accordance with the energy accounts issued by the RPC.1. if any. 6. it may ask the solar generator to modify the schedule.2 In addition to the settlement of accounts for wind farm in Para 5 and Solar generator in para 6 above. If RLDC is of the opinion that the schedule is not realistic. Scheduling and settlement of accounts in case of Solar Generators 6. The deviations outside +/. The implication of UI charges due to the deviation for purchasing State and host State would be settled through the RRF. 2009. the host State would also receive compensation from the RRF for total or part difference between the total scheduled generation and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the State as a whole @ additional UI rate. In case of solar generation no UI shall be payable/receivable by Generator. The implication due to deviations of actual generation within +/.30% of the scheduled generation would be settled with the host State through the RRF. The schedule of solar generation shall be given by the generator based on availability of the generator. 7.

if any. in which the wind farm/solar generator is located. shall provide the 15-minute block-wise data of schedule and actual generation from wind farm generation/ Solar Generation plants as recorded in the Special Energy Meters to the concerned RLDC and NLDC on a weekly basis. +30% to +50% block. 7. The RLDC shall furnish the processed data on a weekly basis by each Thursday noon for the seven day period ending on the previous Sunday midnight.2. Processed data means the data of scheduled generation and actual generation of wind farm/solar generator and the deviations of generation within the +/. operated through the Renewable Regulatory Fund. This would be as certified by the RPC.3 The Host State would also receive from the RRF. shall be prepared by RPC on a weekly basis. for preparation of energy accounts related to accounting of energy from wind farm and solar generation on a weekly basis. 8. known as the Renewable Regulatory Charge. in whose region the host State is located.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 7 of 23  .5 All cases of accounting for intra-State sale and inter-State sale of wind and solar generation are given in Appendix. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole.30% block. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage/MW prescribed in the UI Regulations. All accounts related to accounting of energy from wind farm and solar generation. SLDCs/Control Centres of the States/UTs/DVC. 7. on a monthly basis. based on inputs from the concerned RLDC. to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it. All the data shall be submitted in the form prescribed by the NLDC. as shown in the cases in Appendix.4 The net leftover amounts in the RRF. would be shared among all the States/UTs of the country/DVC in the ratio of their peak demands met in the previous month based on the data published by CEA in the form of regulatory charge (whether positive or negative). This would be as certified by the RPC. below 30% block and above +50% block in the case of wind farms on 15-minute block basis and the deviations of generation of solar generator on 15-minute block basis.1. Energy accounting of wind farm and solar generation : 8. 7. to the concerned RPC in a mutually agreed format. whether positive or negative.1.  for the State as a whole. as described at Para 4. 8. in whose Region the host State is located.

the defaulting constituent shall have to pay simple interest @ 0. beyond 12 days from the date of issue of the Statement of Renewable Regulatory Charges/ UI charges. In case any mistake is detected.3. In case any mistake/omission is detected.. In case any mistake is detected.1.04% for each day of delay. the RLDC shall forthwith make a complete check and rectify the same. then the entities who have to receive the amount from the RRF. payment or interest thereon shall be paid   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 8 of 23  . beyond twelve (12) days from the date of issue of the statement by the Secretariat of the respective Regional Power Committee. 8. All computations carried out by RLDC shall be open to all regional entities for checking/verifications for a period of 15 days. RPC Secretariats shall forthwith make a complete check and rectify the mistakes. If payments against the charges on account of energy accounting of wind farm and solar generation either directly between the wind farm or solar generation and the purchasing State/host State or by them into the RRF. The payment of all charges on account of energy accounting of wind farm and solar generation shall have a high priority and the concerned constituent shall pay the indicated amounts within 10 (ten) days of the issue of the accounts by the Secretariat of the respective Regional Power Committee.5 All Regional Energy Accounting calculations carried out by RPC Secretariats shall be open to all regional entities for any checking/verification for a period of 15 days. 8. based on the data provided by the RLDC and shall be issued to all concerned with a copy to RLDC and NLDC by Tuesday. 9. 9.4 A statement of energy accounting of wind farm and solar generation shall be prepared by the Secretariat of the respective Regional Power Committee on weekly basis. for seven day period ending on the penultimate Sunday mid-night based on which NLDC will settle the accounts on weekly basis. All payments to the wind farm or solar generation/purchasing State/host State entitled to receive any amount from the Renewable Regulatory Fund shall be made within 2 working days of receipt of the payments into the “Renewable Regulatory Fund”. i.  8. RLDC shall forthwith make a complete check and rectify the mistakes. 9. Schedule of Payment of energy accounting of wind farm and solar generation and Payment Security 9.3 The data furnished by the RLDC shall be open to all entities for any checking/verification for a period of 15 days. Provided that in case of delay of payment and interest thereon.e. if any.2. are delayed by more than two days.

9.7 All payments to the States/UTs/DVC. as mentioned in clause 7. if any.5 If payments against the Renewable Regulatory charges towards deficit in the RRF as mentioned in clause 9.4.9 All the transactions shall be through ECS only. The net leftover amounts in the RRF. beyond twelve (12) days from the date of issue of the statement by the RPC the defaulting state shall have to pay simple interest @ 0.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 9 of 23  . in case of surplus amount in the RRF at the end of the month. which is to be shared among all the States/UTs of the country/DVC in the ratio of their peak demands met. whether positive or negative.4 above. towards Renewable Regulatory Charges. this procedure shall be reviewed or revised by NLDC with the approval from the Commission. 9. In case the balance available is not sufficient to meet the payment to the constituents. 9. shall be done within 10 (ten) days of the issue of monthly statement of Renewable Regulatory charges by NLDC into the RRF.e. irrespective of the fact that constituents who have to receive payments have been paid from the RRF in part or full.04% for each day of delay.8 Separate books of accounts shall be maintained for the principal component and interest component of Renewable Regulatory charges by the NLDC.3 above on a monthly basis.  from the balance available if any. i. 9.. shall be made within 2 working days of receipt of the payments in the RRF mentioned above. 10 Removal of Difficulties In case of any difficulty in implementation. Provided further that the liability to pay interest for the delay in payments to the Renewable Regulatory Fund shall remain till interest is not paid. 9.5 (b) Next. then the payment from the RRF shall be made on pro rata basis from the balance available in the Fund. 9. shall have a high priority and payments by the States/UTs/DVC. are delayed by more than two days.6 All payments received in the RRF shall be appropriated in the following sequence: (a) First towards interest on account of Para 9. in the RRF.

120 MW). in whose Region the host State is located. 20 MW) @ UI rate .1 : State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual(i. Step 3: The Host State also receives from the RRF. Or State receives from RRF for difference (i.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 10 of 23  . 20 MW) @ contracted rate .contracted rate. to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it.  WIND GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations.e.UI rate.2 : State pays to RRF for difference (i.e.e. Step . if contracted rate is greater than UI rate. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole. if UI rate is greater than contracted rate.1 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 120 MW Step . if any. This would be as certified by the RPC.

1 : 80 MW). on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole. 20 MW) @ UI rate .e. 20 MW) @ contracted rate .UI rate.. (For example. due to under generation by combined wind and solar of 100 MW.5 Hz. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate. in whose Region the host State is located. if any. Or State pays to RRF for difference (i.e. Step .2 : State receives from RRF for difference (i.)This would be as certified by the RPC.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 11 of 23  .2 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 80 MW Step . if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. then 50% of the additional UI charges would be received by the host State from the RRF.e. State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i.contracted rate. to the extent subjected to it.3 : The Host State also receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate. if the host State overdraws beyond schedule by 200 MW at a frequency below 49.  WIND GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . Step .

if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.UI rate. State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i. 30 MW) @ contracted rate . in whose Region the host State is located.e. Or State receives from RRF for this difference (i.e. 30 MW) @ UI rate . if any.2 : State pays to RRF for the difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.  WIND GENERATORS – Intra-State Case .e.e.UI rate.3 : State pays to Wind Farm for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.contracted rate. 10 MW) @ contracted rate . on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole. if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. Step . the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations.e. +30%) and the actual generation (i.3 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 140 MW Step . This would be as certified by the RPC. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate. +30%) and the schedule (i.e.1 : 140 MW). for 10 MW) UI rate . Step 4 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.e. if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. Or State receives from Wind Farm for this difference (i. Step .   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 12 of 23  . to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it.contracted rate.

on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole.3 : State pays to RRF for the difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.4 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 160 MW Step . This would be as certified by the RPC. Page 13 of 23    Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund . for 20 MW) at UI rate . +30%) and the schedule (i.1 : State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation upto 150% of schedule (i.e.e. for difference between higher limit of 150% and the actual generation for generation beyond 150% (i. 150 MW). if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. Step 5 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.4 : State pays to Wind Farm for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.contracted rate. to the extent of under-rawal subjected to it.e. Step . if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.e. 30 MW) @ UI rate . 30 MW) @ contracted rate .UI rate.  WIND GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . +30%) and the higher limit of 150% (i. Step .e. Or State receives from Wind Farm for this difference (i.contracted rate.02 Hz.2 : State pays to Wind Farm at UI rate corresponding to frequency range 5050. Or State receives from RRF for this difference (i.e.UI rate.e. in whose Region the host State is located. for 10 MW). 30 MW) @ contracted rate . if contracted rate is greater than UI rate. Step . if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for underdrawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations.e. if any.

-30%) and the actual generation of the wind farm (i.UI rate. 10 MW) @ UI rate .3 : Wind Farm pays to the host State for difference between the lower limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.2 : State receives from RRF for difference between the schedule and the lower limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.e. if any.e. -30% or 30 MW in this case) @ UI rate . 10 MW) @ contracted rate . Step .contracted rate. 30 MW) @ contracted rate . on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole. This would be as certified by the RPC.UI rate. Or Wind Farm receives from the host State for the difference (i.4 : The Host State also receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate.e.e.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 14 of 23  . in whose Region the host State is located. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.e.  WIND GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . if UI rate is greater than contracted rate.e. Or State pays to RRF for difference (i. to the extent subjected to it. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.contracted rate.1 : 60 MW). State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i. Step . if UI rate is greater than contracted rate. Step .5 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 60 MW Step .

Step . This would be as certified by the RPC. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole.e. to the extent of under-rawal subjected to it. Step . 120 MW).e.e. 20 MW) upto the higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.  WIND GENERATORS – Inter-State Case .2 : Purchasing State receives from RRF the difference between the actual generation and the schedule (i.1 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 120 MW Step .1 : Purchasing State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation(i.e. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for underdrawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations. +30%) at UI rate of its Region.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 15 of 23  . 20 MW) @ UI rate of the host Step 4 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.3 : Region. Host State pays to RRF for difference (i. if any. in whose Region the host State is located.

Step .1 : Purchasing State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i. 20 MW) @ UI rate of host Step . on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 16 of 23  . to the extent subjected to it. if any.2 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 80 MW Step .e. in whose Region the host State is located.e. Host State receives from RRF for difference (i. Step . This would be as certified by the RPC.4 : The Host State also receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate. 20 MW). 80 MW).2 : Purchasing State pays to RRF at UI rate of its Region for difference from the schedule (i.3 : Region.e.  WIND GENERATORS – Inter-State Case .

Step . if UI rate is greater than contracted rate.e. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate. Or Wind Farm pays to RRF for this difference (i.UI rate. +30%) and the actual generation. to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it.3 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 140 MW Step . 140 MW). Step .e. for 10 MW) @ UI rate . for 10 MW).2 : Purchasing State receives from RRF the difference from schedule(i. +30%) and the actual generation upto 150 MW (i.e. Step 6 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.e. if any.5 : Host State pays to the RRF at the regional UI rate of the host State for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i. This would be as certified by the RPC.e.3 : Wind Farm receives from RRF for this difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.e. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations. in whose Region the host State is located.4 : Host State pays to RRF at the UI rate of the host State for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole. for 30 MW).1 : Purchasing State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i.e.contracted rate.e. upto 150 MW (i.  WIND GENERATORS – Inter-State Case . Step . +30%) and the schedule (i. 10 MW) @ contracted rate . Step .   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 17 of 23  . for 40 MW) at UI rate of its Region.e.

+30%) and the schedule (i.e. to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it.e. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole. +30%) and the higher limit of 150% (i.e. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations. Step . Or Wind Farm pays to RRF for this difference (i. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.e.3 : Host State pays to RRF at UI rate of host Region for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.e. 20 MW) @ contracted rate .5 : Wind Farm receives from RRF for this difference (i. for 20 MW).2 : Purchasing State receives from RRF for this difference (i. if UI rate is greater than contracted rate.e.4 : Host State pays to RRF at UI rate of host Region for difference between higher limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.UI rate. if any. 50 MW) @ UI rate of its Region. This would be as certified by the RPC. for 10 MW) @ UI rate corresponding to frequency range 50-50. Step . 20 MW) @ UI rate contracted rate. in whose Region the host State is located. Step . Step .e. 30 MW).4 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 160 MW Step .02 Hz. Step . Step 7 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.e.  WIND GENERATORS – Inter-State Case .1 : Purchasing State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation upto higher limit of 150%(i.e.6 : Wind Farm receives from host State for difference between higher limit of 150% and the actual generation (i. 150 MW).   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 18 of 23  .

2 : its Region.UI rate.e. if contracted rate is greater than UI rate.e. Purchasing State pays to RRF for this difference (i. Step .5 : The Host State also receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate.3 : Wind Farm pays to the RRF for difference between the lower limit of schedule after which the wind farm is responsible (i.e. Or Wind Farm receives from RRF for difference (i. 40 MW) @ UI rate of Step . Step . in whose Region the host State is located.e.5 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 60 MW Step .e. -30%) and the actual generation of the wind farm (i. to the extent subjected to it. if UI rate is greater than contracted rate.  WIND GENERATORS – Inter-State Case . if any.1 : Purchasing State pays to Wind Farm at contracted rate as per actual generation (i.contracted rate. 10 MW) @ contracted rate . on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole.e.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 19 of 23  . 10 MW) @ UI rate . 60 MW).4 : The host State receives from RRF for difference between the scheduled generation and the actual generation (i. 40 MW) @ UI rate of its Region. This would be as certified by the RPC. Step .

  SOLAR GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it. Step 2 : The Host State receives from the RRF.1 : 120 MW). if any. in whose Region the host State is located. This would be as certified by the RPC. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole.1 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 120 MW Step .e.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 20 of 23  . Host State pays to Solar Generator at contracted rate as per actual (i. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations.

in whose Region the host State is located. Step .  SOLAR GENERATORS – Intra-State Case . to the extent subjected to it. if any. 80 MW).2 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 80 MW Step .1 : State pays to Solar generator at contracted rate as per actual generation (i.2 : The State receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 21 of 23  .e. This would be as certified by the RPC. on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole.

Step . Step 4 : The Host State also receives from the RRF.2 : Purchasing State receives from RRF for the difference (i.e.e. to the extent of under-drawal subjected to it. 20 MW) @ UI rate of its Region.   Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 22 of 23  . 20 MW) @ UI rate of its Region. This would be as certified by the RPC.1 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 120 MW Step .1 : Purchasing State pays to Solar Generator at contracted rate as per actual generation(i. in whose Region the host State is located. if any. on account of net over-generation by solar and wind farms in the State as a whole. the difference between the UI rate and the cap UI rate for under-drawal beyond the percentage prescribed in the UI Regulations.  SOLAR GENERATORS – Inter-State Case . 120 MW). Step .e.3 : Host State pays to the RRF for difference between the scheduled generation and the actual generation (i.

1 : Purchasing State pays to Solar generator at contracted rate as per actual generation (i. Purchasing State pays to RRF for difference (i. This would be as certified by the RPC.2 Generation Schedule -100 MW Actual Generation – 80 MW Step .e. on account of net solar and wind farm under-generation for the State as a whole.      Detailed Procedure for Renewable Regulatory Fund Page 23 of 23  . 20 MW) @ UI rate of its Step .3 : its Region.2 : Region. if any.  SOLAR GENERATORS – Inter-State Case . 20 MW) @ UI rate of Step . to the extent subjected to it. Step . 80 MW).e.e. Host State receives from RRF for the difference (i. in whose Region the host State is located.4 : The Host State also receives from RRF for total or part difference between the total schedule and total actual generation of solar and wind generation collectively in the state as a whole @ additional UI rate.

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