A provision for open access was created in The Electricity Act, 2003, enabling private purchase and sale of power for parties with contract demand greater than 1 MW. It requires permission from and payment of infrastructure usage charges, determined by the electricity regulatory commissions, to the respective agencies.
Wind and solar plants can be set up for self-consumption through investments from the consuming entity. Doing so provides added benefits and removes some risks over the traditional 3rd party model, including imposition of cross-subsidy surcharge.
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