Guidelines for the Development of Wind Power in Government Lands under Captive Power Producer (CPP) through Private Developers

Last IREEED Review: 19 September 2013
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State: Kerala
Technology : Wind
Date of Issue : 06 November 2004
Nodal Agency : Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT)
These guidelines are issued to give a momentum to harness the wind power potential available in the State through private developers. Allotment of Government land will be based on a two-stage bidding process. Government land will be licensed to Captive and Independent Power Producers on payment of a licensing fee for the development of wind power for a period of 20 (twenty) years from the date of allotment. The Developer shall be responsible for all statutory clearances and approvals from the concerned agencies. The Developer should develop the Wind Farm at the full installed capacity as per the approved Technical Proposal. The Developer at their own cost and responsibility shall carry out development of necessary infrastructure facilities. Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT) shall finalize and develop the pooling substation and transmission line from the pooling substation to the KSEB substation/ interconnection point in consultation with the KSEB/ STU as per the laid down specifications. KSEB/ STU will provide its surplus transmission capacity available with it for wheeling power from the wind generating station to their captive consumption end on payment of wheeling charges and other levies as determined by SERC. Power if not purchased by KSEB can be sold to the third party. In addition the developer will have to abide and follow the technical specifications as per the State Electricity Board norms.
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