In an interview with Mercom India, a SunSource Energy executive, said: “The content of this notification is contrary to current regulations. Wheel and bank fees for rooftop solar projects are fully in line with clean energy targets and it is difficult to imagine how it will be implemented. Wheel taxes only apply if KERC changes its rules. For now, it`s not sustainable until KERC implements it.┬áSolar power projects in the existing consumer`s premises for their own use are treated as an independent project independent of the KPTCL or ESCOM network and with batteries. The agreement on rads and banks for such projects will not be necessary. It was also decided that the consumer must receive an electrical safety certificate from the Electrical Inspection Division. Upon issuance of the Electrical Safety Certificate, the Chief Electrical Inspector will confirm whether the production project is autonomous or away from the grid. The monthly progress report for these projects must be forwarded to KPTCL, the relevant ESCOMs and karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL). In its order, KERC found that, contrary to Amplus`s claims, the proponent had not submitted in its petition the necessary bicycle and bank agreements with each licensee, as required by the regulations. He found that the developer`s open access subsidy was therefore invalidated and that he was not entitled to compensation for the electricity injected into the grid before signing the cycling and banking contract. At the meeting, the government decided that the consumer of solar projects coupled with the grid would be required to reach an agreement on wheel and bank fees.

The agreement will be concluded with Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited (KPTCL) or the electricity companies concerned (ESCOMs) in accordance with state rules. In May 2018, KERC launched a cycling and transportation costs contract for renewable energy projects in the state. The contract has been in effect since April 1, 2018 and is applicable until March 31, 2020. In its order, KERC found that, contrary to Amplus`s assertions, the supporter had not provided in its application the necessary bicycle and bank agreements with each licensee, as required by the rules. He found that the developer`s open access subsidy was therefore invalidated and that he was not entitled to compensation for the electricity injected into the grid before signing the bicycle and bank contract. The bicycle tax is called the bicycle tax. This is an amount of MWh recovered by the owner of the gearbox for the use of his system. If the antivity of the resources has to go through several [transfer owners], it is possible to charge a bike for each person.