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BESCOM Solar Rooftop Project Guidelines

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Rooftop solar projects with net meterings is possible in Bangalore. This presentation provides details about the process to get the projects implemented. The source of the information is from BESCOM and KERC as per latest orders.

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BESCOM Solar Rooftop Project Guidelines

  1. 1. BESCOM Rooftop Solar Projects Net Metering Guidelines juwi India Renewable Energies Pvt. Ltd
  2. 2. Contents 1. Introduction 2. FAQs on rooftop solar PV 3. BESCOM’s process flow for implementation 4. Applicable charges 5. Timelines 6. Billing and payment 7. Documentation
  3. 3. Introduction Solar energy is a clean, pollution free and renewable source of energy. Karnataka state is blessed with about 240 to 300 sunny days with good solar radiation The solar policy 2014-2021 announced by the Government of Karnataka emphasis on solar rooftop projects and with facilitation from Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) BESCOM has taken the lead to implement net-metering for rooftop projects. BESCOM has proposed to implement the project for all consumers in Bangalore circle.
  4. 4. FAQs on rooftop solar PV What are the main components of a solar PV system? Solar Modules: Convert the solar light to electricity. Inverter: Convert the Direct Current (DC) from modules to Alternating Current (AC). The output from the inverter is connected to the the distribution board.
  5. 5. What is rooftop solar with net metering? When your electricity demand (load) exceeds your solar generation, energy will be imported from the BESCOM supply. When your solar generation exceeds your load demand (consumption), the energy will be exported to the BESCOM grid.
  6. 6. Schematic representation of the system Source: BESCOM
  7. 7. What are the benefits of rooftop with net metering? Net metering policies are intended to promote distributed generation where consumers with availability of roof space can generate energy and sell to the utility. Net meters (Import-Export) meters will be installed which will account the export and import of energy. Load demand of consumers will vary daily and with net metering you will have the benefit of ‘selling’ the solar energy you generate when your consumption is low. BESCOM will pay the consumer if the net export exceeds the import for a month As per KERC order (10th Oct 2013) the tariff are as follows(until further order revision) KERC approved tariff Without MNRE subsidy INR 9.56/kWh With MNRE subsidy INR 7.20/kWh
  8. 8. How much does it cost for the system? Source: BESCOM
  9. 9. BESCOM’s process flow
  10. 10. BESCOM’s process flow cont.
  11. 11. Applicable charges Capacity of the system Registration fee Facilitation fee Up to and inclusive of 5.0 kWp INR 500 INR 1000 Above 5.0 kWp and below 50 kWp (67 Hp/59 kVA) INR 1000 INR 2000 Above 50 kWp (67 Hp/59 kVA) and up to 500 kWp INR 2000 INR 5000
  12. 12. Timelines Timelines Application approval 7 working days from application submission Approval for installation 3 working days from the date of submission of technical details Installation 180 days Approval from Chief Electrical Inspectorate 7 working days after submission of work completion certificate Approval for grid synchronisation 3 working days from CEI inspection
  13. 13. Billing and payment The consumer shall receive a monthly net import/export bill indicating either net export to the grid or net import from the grid. “Import”- means energy supplied by the BESCOM grid. “Export”- means energy delivered to the BESCOM grid. In case of net import bill, the consumer shall pay the same as per existing tariff. In case, the export energy is more than the import, AEE, C,O&M sub-division will arrange for the energy exported as per the KERC approved tariff through NEFT. The amount payable by the BESCOM to the Seller for energy injected to the BESCOM grid (excluding self-consumption) during the billing period becomes due for payment, which shall be settled within 30 days from the date of meter reading and credited to the bank account through NEFT.
  14. 14. Documentation Copy of latest electricity bill Authorisation letter Format 1A/1B PPA is executed with BESCOM on INR 200 stamp paper All documents and online application is available on BESCOM website.
  15. 15. Thanks For Your Attention. juwi India Renewable Energies Pvt. Ltd. Samhita Plaza, No. 248, 1st Floor, 80 Feet Road, Defence Colony, Indiranagar, Bengaluru 560038 Tel. 080-49059000 info@juwi.in www.juwi.in

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