The Western Regional Load Despatch Centre (WRLDC), the transmitter of power, has disputed R-Power's claims on the date of Sasan plant in Madhya Pradesh, the country's first ultra mega power project (UMPP). The plant is said to be relied on domestic coal and it has already commenced operations. WRLDC has petitioned the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), questioning a certificate from an independent engineer for the performance test conducted to declare commissioning of the Sasan UMPP.
This could impact the tariff R-Power-controlled Sasan Power would earn from the sale of power. R-Power had produced the test certificate claiming March 30, 2013, as the date of commissioning. If this certificate is taken as the basis, the first year of operation for the plant will be 2012-13, during which it gets about 70 paise a unit (kilowatt per hour) for the power supplied, says a government official.
The same tariff is to continue for the second year but it is to rise more than 70 per cent from the third year. If 2012-13 is not considered the first year, the third year - as also a higher rate of tariff for the company - gets pushed by another year. The electricity generated from the project would be sold to 14 distribution companies across seven states, including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Delhi.
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