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Government Solar and Net Metering Policies

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Presentation made by Er.Kishore Shinde
Solar Roofs India 2017 by Solar Quarter

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Government Solar and Net Metering Policies

  1. 1. Government Solar, And Net Metering Policies. Presented by Er. Kishor Shinde General Manager (MEDA), Divisional Office Pune. Solar Roofs India 2017 by Solar Quarter (09.11.2017) Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA)
  2. 2. 2 1. MEDA is Registered as a Society under Societies Registration Act, 1860 (In 1985) and Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 (In 1987). 2. To Promote and Develop New and Renewable Sources of Energy and Technologies (State Nodal Agency) 3. To Promote and Implement Energy Conservation. (State Designated Agency under the Guidance of BEE) About MEDA 2
  3. 3. 3 National Objective for RE  Sustainable Economic Growth by Energy Security.  Minimize Dependency on Fossil Fuels.  Reduce Carbon Emissions.  Develop Alternative Energy Sources that are Clean, Reliable and Sustainable.  Access to Energy for All.
  4. 4. 4 State Objective  Government of Maharashtra in line with the policy of Central Government has adopted the policy of achieving the Target of Renewable up to 10 % of the Conventional Energy in the State and Accordingly declared policies from time to time.
  5. 5. 5 National RE Target by 2022  Establishment of Renewable Energy Projects of 175 GW capacity by 2022, which includes  100 GW of solar power  60 GW of Wind  10 GW of Bio-Mass  5 GW of Small Hydro
  6. 6. 6 National Solar Mission  Launched in 11-Jan-2010.  Target : 20GW(GCT) + 2 GW. (Off Grid).  Approved Up scaled in 2015 Target : 100 GW by 2022.  Year Wise cumulative target (100 GWp).Year Yearly Solar Target (GW) Cumulative Solar target (GW) 2015-2016 5 5 2016-2017 12 17 2017-2018 15 32 2018-2019 16 48 2019-2020 17 65 2020-2021 17.5 82.5 2021-2022 17.5 100
  7. 7. 7 National RE Achievement- 2017  Achievement ( As on 30.09.2017)  Wind : 32700.64 MW  Bio and Waste to power : 8295.78 MW  Small Hydro : 4389.55 MW  Solar Power Projects (GM) : 13981.64 MW  Solar Power Projects (RT) : 790.22 MW.  Total : 60157.83 MW
  8. 8. 8 Maharashtra State RE Target by 2022  For Maharashtra Capacity addition of 14,400 MW (14.4 GW) of RE projects – to ensure ambitious share in the ambitious National target of 175 GW.  Renewable Energy Policy – 2015 dated 20.07.2015.  Government Policies.(Overall Target as per RE 2015 Policy )  Wind : 5000 MW.  Bagasse : 1000 MW.  Small Hydro : 400 MW.  Biomass-Based : 300 MW.  Industrial Waste : 200 MW.  Solar Power Projects :7500 MW (MahaGenco = 2500 MW)
  9. 9. 9 Maharashtra State RE Achievement- 2017  Achievement as on 30.09.2017.  Wind : 4769.21 MW.  Bagasse : 1848.85 MW.  Small Hydro : 304.525 MW.  Biomass-Based : 215.000 MW.  Industrial Waste : 34.713 MW.  Solar Power Projects : 620.450 MW. Total : 7792.748 MW
  10. 10. 10 Road Map for Rooftop Solar Powered Systems by 2022 (Maharashtra) 4700 MW Till year 2022 20 MW 2015-16 565 MW 2016-17 588 MW 2017-18 704 MW 2018-19 823 MW 2019-20 940 MW 2020-21 1060 MW 2021-22
  11. 11. 11 Road Map for Rooftop Solar Powered Systems by 2022  415 MW grid connected solar rooftop projects Out of Total 4700 MW will get the Central Financial Assistance (i.e. 30%) till 2019.  Year wise CFA Target is as below 415 MW till year 2018-19 100 MW 2015-16 150 MW 2016-17 150 MW 2017-18 15 MW 2018-19
  12. 12. 12 General Guidelines.  Benchmark Cost by MNRE is 75000/- per KWp.  Recent Revision (17.03.2017): 1 to 10 KW : 70000/- per KWp 10 to 100 KW :65000/- per KWp and > 100 KW 60000/- per KWp.  Benchmark Cost for Maharashtra is Rs 61000/- per KWp,  CFA is 30 % of Benchmark cost or Project cost which ever is minimum.  CFA scheme is not applicable for Govt. Buildings, Govt. Institution/ Govt. Organizations including PSU’s .  Applicable for system from 1 KWp to 500 KWp only. Methodology for Implementation of GCRT Solar Projects in the State of Maharashtra
  13. 13. SECTOR WISE / CATEGORY WISE ELIGIBILITY FOR CFA 13 Sr. No Category Coverage of Building CFA 1 Residential All type of Residential Buildings CFA up-to 30% of benchmark cost or project cost whichever is minimum. 2 Institutional Schools, Health Institutions including Medical college & Hospitals, Universities, Educational institutions etc. [including those registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and the Indian Trust Act 1882.] CFA up-to 30% of benchmark cost or project cost whichever is minimum.
  14. 14. 14 Sr. No Category Coverage of Building CFA 3 Social Sector Community centres, Welfare Homes, Old Age Homes, Orphanages, Common Service Centres, Common Workshops for Artisans or Craftsman, facilities for use of Community. Trusts/NGOs/Voluntary Organizations/Training Institutions, any other Establishments for Common Public use etc. [including those registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and the Indian Trust Act 1882] CFA up-to 30% of benchmark cost or project cost whichever is minimum. SECTOR WISE / CATEGORY WISE ELIGIBILITY FOR CFA
  15. 15. 15 Incentive based scheme for Govt. buildings, Govt. institutions/Govt. organizations including PSUs. (Revised on 30.03.2017) 03/88/2015-16/GCRT Sr. No. Achievement vis-à-vis target allocation Incentive 01 80% and above within the sanction period 16,250 per kW 02 Below 80% and upto 50% within the sanction period 9,750 per KW 03 Below 50% and above 40% (Including 40 %) within the sanction period 6,500 per kW 04 Below 40% within the sanction period NIL
  16. 16. 17  General Guidelines:  MERC Notified (Net Metering Policy for Roof top Solar PV System) Regulation 2015 on 10th Sept 2015 for New/Existing Consumer for their own captive Use.  Net metering eligible for all LT/HT consumer with system from 1 KWp to 1 MWp.  Solar System are owned and operated by the consumer itself or by third party leasing such system to the consumer. Net metering for Roof-Top Solar Photo Voltaic Systems) Regulations, 2015
  17. 17. 18  The cumulative capacity of all Roof top Solar system under Net metering arrangements connected to the particular Distribution Transformer shall not exceed 40 % of its rated capacity.  The solar installation beyond 40 % of DTC rated capacity may be allowed on consideration of detail load study of particular DTC.  The variation in capacity of Solar PV system shall be allowed within a range of 5 % Net metering for Roof-Top Solar Photo Voltaic Systems) Regulations, 2015
  18. 18. Billing and Accounting Methodology ➢ Monthly Surplus Units after Own Consumption injected into Grid are to be carried forward to next billing month.(Banking Given to the Consumers. ) ➢ Consumers eligible for TOD tariff should have TOD Net Meter installed. ➢ Consumers NOT eligible for TOD tariff may have TOD or Non – TOD Net Meter installed. ➢ Surplus Units Balanced at the end of FY are purchased by MSEDCL at Average Power Purchase Cost (APPC) which shall be accounted for Solar Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO).
  19. 19. 20 Energy Billing
  20. 20. 21  Demand Charges (category wise).  Energy Charges (category wise).  Wheeling Charges (voltage wise).  FAC.  Electricity Duty (category wise).  Tax on sale – 9.04 paisa/kWh.  DPC - 1.25%.  Interest  60 to 90 days 12%,  Above 90-120 days 15% and  Above 180 days 18%.  Interest on arrears of interest. Components of MSEDCL Bill(2017-18)
  21. 21. 22  Residential-  Demand Charges-Rs.60 /month,1-Ph & 170 for 3-ph (Inclusive of wheeling charges Rs 1.21 /KWh)  1-100 : Rs 4.21  101-300 : Rs 7.94  301-500 : Rs 10.91,  500-1000 : Rs 12.41 &  Above 1000 : Rs 13.69  + ED : R- 16%, C- 21%,Cinema- 19%, CPP- 120 paise per unit & Industrial- 9.30%+ Tax on sale- 8 paise per unit+FAC MSEDCL Tariff Year 2017-18
  22. 22. 23 MSEDCL Tariff - 2016-17  HT Category-22kV and 11kV:-  HT- Industry:-  Continuous / Non continuous, Express / Non express:- Rs.7.95(7.92) per kWh (Including, wheeling charges Rs0.0.82 per kWh),  Demand charges Rs.235 per kVA per month.  Seasonal Industry:  Rs.8.65 per kWh (Including, wheeling charges Rs0.82 per kWh),  Demand charges Rs.235 per kVA per month.
  23. 23. 24 MSEDCL Tariff - 2016-17  HT IX Public Services: Govt Educational Institutes, Hospitals.  Express /Non Express: Rs.7.92(7.88) /kWh (Including, wheeling charges Rs 0.82 /kWh),  Demand charges Rs.235(220) /kVA per month.  Public Services Others (Including Ports):-  Rs.9.82 per kWh (Including, wheeling charges Rs0.82 per kWh)  Demand charges Rs.235 per kVA per month.
  24. 24. Billing and Accounting Methodology ➢ In case the consumer is eligible for TOD tariff, the consumption in each TOD slot will be first compensated with units injected in corresponding TOD slot. Any injection over and above the consumption in a TOD slot will be accounted as if the Excess injection had occurred during off-peak hours i.e. during A zone only. Example are given below  ZONES  A ZONE : 22:00 TO 06:00 (-1.50 … REBATE)  B ZONE : 06:00 TO 09:00 AND 12:00 TO 18:00 (0.00)  C ZONE : 09:00 TO 12:00 (+0.80 …. ADDITIONAL)  D ZONE : 18:00 TO 22:00 (+1.10 …..ADDITIONAL)
  25. 25. Billing and Accounting Methodology Case 1 Import Units Export Units Offset Units Excess Units for Adj. in “Slot A” Net Units for Billing Carry Forward Units Slot - A 250 0 0 0 250 0 Slot – B 250 200 200 0 50 0 Slot – C 250 90 90 0 160 0 Slot – D 250 10 10 0 240 0 Total 1000 300 300 0 700 0
  26. 26. Import Units Export Units Offset Units Excess Units for Adj. in “Slot A” Net Units for Billing Carry Forward Units 1 2 3 4 5 =(If 3 > 2 then 3-2 else 3) 6= (2-4) 7 Slot - A 250 0 250 0 0 410 Slot – B 250 800 250 550 0 0 Slot – C 250 360 250 110 0 0 Slot – D 250 40 40 0 210 0 Total 1000 1200 790 410 210 410 Billing and Accounting Methodology Case 2
  27. 27. INNOVATIVE SCHEME PLANNED BY GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA 28
  28. 28. CM Solar Agri Feeder Scheme  Agriculture sector consumes 30 % of the total power consumption in the Maharashtra State.  Policy published for Agriculture feeder as “Chief Minister Solar Agriculture Feeder Scheme” on 14th June 2017.  Concept to energize Agriculture pumps from solar energy feeder to help farmer to avail power during the day time.  Curtail burden of energy charges on cross subsidizing consumers.
  29. 29. CM Solar Agri Feeder Scheme  Two demonstration sites proposed for the project by MahaGenco in Co-ordination with MEDA and MSEDCL  Village Kolambi, Dist : Yawatmal.  Village RaleganSidhi , Dist : Ahmednagar.
  30. 30. Drinking Water Pump for Rural Area  Off Grid Solar Pump for Drinking water in Rural Area.  Pump capacity of 3/5/7.5 and 10 HP.  100 % fund by the Government.  Beneficiary to be finalized by CEO  Target of 2 Crs each District in the First Phase  Scheme will be implemented and Executed by MEDA
  31. 31. Achievement  As per recommendation of 13th finance commission Maharashtra State received Rs. 961 crores for best achievement in Renewable Energy capacity addition during 2010-11 to 2013-14.  National Award for Outstanding performance in the promotion of Renewable Energy during 1st April 2010 to 31st March 2014  National Award as the Best State Designated Agency for Energy conservation activities for the years 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14.  National Awards for Excellence in the field of Renewable Energy in various 12 categories from AREAS.  National Excellence Award 2016 for Rooftop Solar Power Projects in the Innovations in Solar Energy Category  National Excellence Award for highest number of CST installations in the State of Maharashtra- 2016
  32. 32. Er. Kishor Shinde General Manager (Pune Division) Cell : 7030927278 Email :dgmpune@mahaurja.com domedapune@mahaurja.com Thank You

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