Telangana Power Separate EV Charging Category Plan
Author: Source: Datetime: 2018-09-01 12:26:52
The two discoms have submitted these latest documents to the National Electricity Regulatory Commission (TSERC), and the rates for these documents have been reduced compared to the documents they submitted previously.
Earlier this year, TSERC declined to approve individual consumer categories for electric vehicle charging stations, as proposed by Discoms in its annual revenue requirements (ARR) document submitted in December last year, and noted that it is premature to introduce a new category for this purpose. .
The new tariff rate is expected to encourage people to consider electric vehicles as viable options compared to the steep commercial rates offered by power companies in December. They proposed slab-based rates, starting at Rs 7.50 per 100 units of consumption, and charging more than 500 units at charging stations up to Rs 10 per unit.
Although the power consumption of the LT level will cost Rs 6.10 per unit time, the same HT level will be charged at Rs 7.10 per unit between 6 am and 10 am. The cost per unit between 6:00 and 10 pm is 5.10 rupees. During the day, between 10 am and 6 pm, the tariff will be the same as the LT voltage level.
Since the establishment of electric vehicle charging stations in subway stations and other parts of the city has been initiated by public and private sector participants, Discoms has proposed to the regulatory body an improved charging tariff for electric vehicles.
After the Federal Ministry of Power revised the tariff policy in May, after the tariff for electric vehicle charging must be less than or equal to the average power supply cost, Discoms proposed to lower the charging standard. In the fiscal year 2018-19, the average supply cost at the state level has been determined at 6.04 rupees per unit.
After the Ministry of Electric Power revised its tariff policy, Telangana was one of the first states to impose separate tariffs on electric vehicle charging. In June, Maharashtra National Electricity Distribution Corporation (MSEDEL) proposed charging a charge of Rs 6 per unit from an electric vehicle charging station at HT and LT voltage levels.
The National Electricity Regulatory Authority invited public comments and suggestions by September 12, 2018, and then approved the price of electricity under a separate electric vehicle charging station/battery replacement category, as required by the distribution permit holder.
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