Through a new system power surplus states can transfer their surplus electricity to the states which are grappling with power shortage, said the Union government on May 20. An official statement said that the surplus power from the states can be transferred to power deficit states through the Inter-State Transmission System (ISTS) from the source of supply between the point of supply and point of drawl.
The statement added that Central government through Electricity Act (2003), trading mechanism and Power Exchange in accordance with the relevant regulations notified by CERC facilitate this process.
National Grid, for evacuation of power from generating sources located in different regions in the country and facilitating transfer of power from surplus to deficit regions, is in place, it said. In addition, licences have been granted for trading of power. Power exchanges have also been set up for facilitating transfer of power from surplus to deficit States. Power can also be supplied under bilateral arrangements.
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