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EXTRAORDINARY
PART III-Section 4

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

 No.48]                       NEW DELHI, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1999                              

CENTRAL ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION

CORRIGENDUM

New Delhi, the 31st May, 1999

No.8/I(I)/99- The following regulations in Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Conduct of Business) Regulations, 1999 shall read as under instead of that published on 26-4-1999 in Part III Section IV G.I.No.1264:
Regulation 
No  
Chapter
7

I

The proceedings of the Commission shall be conducted in English, or in Hindi, if permitted by the Commission.

13(3) I

In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the above provisions, the Secretary shall have the following powers and perform the following duties namely;

13(3)(g) I

he shall have the right to collect from the Central Government or other offices, companies and firms or an other party as may be directed by the Commission of efficient discharge of the functions of the Commission under the Act and place the information before the Commission.

18(1) I

It shall be open to the Commission to permit any association/forum or other bodies corporate or any group of consumers to participate in any proceedings before the Commission.

18(2)

I

It shall be open to the Commission for the sake of timely completion of proceedings, to direct grouping of the associations/forums referred to above, so that they can make collective affidavits.

18(3)

I

The Commission may, as and when considered appropriate, notify a procedure for recognition of associations, group, forum or bodies corporate as registered consumer association for purposes of representation before the Commission
21 Quorum

II

The Quorum for the proceedings before the Commission shall be there.

22

II

No Member including Ex-officio Member, shall exercise his vote on a decision unless he is present during all the substantial hearings of the Commission on such matter.
54(4)

II

The Commission may direct the parties to file written note of arguments or submissions in the matter.

80

V

Any generating company as specified in clause 79(I) proposing to enter into any agreement for supply of electricity between the generating company and any buying party shall get the approval of the Commission for the Tariff before entering into such contracts.

81

V

The Commission shall frame from time to time guidelines in matters relating to electricity Tariff in terms of section 13(g) of the Act which shall be notified.

84

V

The Commission may work out appropriate incentive schemes for generating and transmission utilities for better performance, which may be notified from time to time.

85

V

The Commission may, if considered appropriate, approve differential tariffs linked to factors like time of day Metering (TOD) any payment terms with built in incentives for timely payment of bills.

91

V

Any utility found to be charging a tariff different from the one approved by the Commission shall be deemed to have not complied with the directions of the Commission and shall be liable to penalties under section 45 of the Act, without prejudice to any other proceedings and penalty to which it may be liable under any other Act. Any excess charge of tariff by any utility in any year shall be dealt with as per the directions of the Commission.

95

V

The Commission may require any utility to prepare and the Commission may approve the code concerning planning, development, connection/use of Inter-State Transmission System and integrated operation and grant of transmission licence which shall be notified as Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC).

 
SANJEEV S.AHLUWALIA. Secy.
[No.ADVT/III/IV/150/99(Exty.)]


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