Overview of Open Access in distribution

Kulkarni, J. D.
October 2014
Power Watch India;Oct2014, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p60
The article reports on the implementation of the Open Access policy in electric power distribution in India, which allows consumers to purchase electric power from any distribution company in the country. Topics discussed include the difference in the impact of Open Access on power transmission and power distribution, factors that affect pricing for open access services among renewable energy generators and restrictions imposed by the government with regards to using open access generation.


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