Workshop on
Implementation of
Deviation Settlement Mechanism

21 March 2020 at Hotel Hilton, Mumbai

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In order to develop proper understanding of the amended regulation an interactive workshop is organised on Implementation of Deviation Settlement Mechanism; scheduled on 21 March 2020 at Hotel Hilton, Mumbai. The discussion is expected to provide better insight into the philosophy of amended regulation and implementation thereof.

Brief Introduction

The developing countries have sustained power shortage problem compared to developed countries for many reasons, mostly financial in nature. Mismatch between power generation and demands, results in deviation of system frequency and tie-line power. Automatic Generation Control (AGC) is a very indispensable control strategy in electric power system, utilized to maintain the tie-line-power flows stipulated tolerances and to hold the system frequency at or very close to a specified nominal value. Each unit generates most economic values and also maintains the correct value of share of power generations between generators, for mitigating growing power demands.

In India, before introduction of Availability Based Tariff (ABT) grid was undisciplined. There was large variation in the grid frequency. After implementation of ABT grid frequency was narrowed as well as grid was disciplined. Main aim of ABT was to increase generation capacity of the nation but it was taken as a profit making entity. Deviation Settlement Mechanism (DSM) is a regulatory mechanism by which grid stability is achieved by imposing penalty and incentives for over drawl/injection or under drawl/injection from the schedule. DSM is a frequency linked mechanism. It is not related to any market conditions.

The management of grid imbalances plays a crucial role in maintaining a secure and reliable grid, and ensuring a healthy and robust interplay across the power generation, transmission and distribution segments. The central regulator, together with system operators, is taking steps to ensure secure and reliable grid operations in a rapidly changing market scenario.

Any power system needs to balance the generation and consumption of energy over multiple timeframes from seconds, hours, days and even years ahead. There is always deviation in actual generation from scheduled generation and actual drawl from scheduled drawl. There will always be differences between the contracted volumes and the actual metered volumes. Thus, to handle these differences (or imbalances) in real time, there is a need for imbalance handling mechanism. The imbalance handling mechanism has been in operation at the inter-state level for nearly 15 years.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE

The workshop is expected to provide better insight into the philosophy, develop proper understanding and implementation of amended regulation thereof

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It is requested to nominate concern officers from your organisation in the field of Commercial Accounting to attend the aforesaid workshop.

- Ashwinkumar Khatri, Director General

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Draft AGENDA

09.00 Hrs

Registration & Welcome Tea

10.00 Hrs

Welcome Address

Shri VP Raja, Former Chairman - MERC*
Shri Ashwinkumar, DG - Mission Energy Foundation

10.15 Hrs

Chief Guest Welcome Address

Smt. Shaila A, CMD - MAHAGENCO

11.00 Hrs

DSM Methodically Explained by CERC

Dr. S K Chatterjee, Chief (RA) – CERC* / Smt. Rashmi Nair, Dy Chief (RA) - CERC*

14.00 Hrs

Predictive Challenges for MERC in Implementing DSM in Maharashtra

Shri Abhijit Deshpande, Secretary – MERC 

15.30 Hrs

Duties & Role of SLDCs in Smooth Implementation of DSM

Shri Satyanarayan S, Member Secretary – WRPC
Shri S K Soonee, Advisor - POSOCO

17.00 Hrs

NTPC Case Study

18.00 Hrs

Workshop Conclusion: Thank You Note

Shri Ashwinkumar, DG - Mission Energy Foundation

18.30 Hrs

Networking Cocktail Snacks

REGISTRATION Process

Online Registration

To participate as Delegates fill and submit online form from the links below.

Receive Invoice

We will email you an invoice along with necessary required documents for processing the payment. The original invoice shall be sent to your postal address.

Make Payment

Make online payment via our secured payment gateway using your Credit Card or Bank Transfer or send Cheque / DD to our postal address.

DELEGATE Registration

Indian Delegate:
INR 14500 Per Delegate + 18% GST 

Overseas Delegate:
USD 350 Per Delegate

Group Discount
5% for 3+ participants
10% for 7+ participants


Workshop Venue

Hotel Hilton

Address:
Sahar Airport Rd, Ashok Nagar, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

Phone:
022 2838 0000

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Mission Energy Foundation - Organiser

Mission Energy Foundation is a micro-enterprise initiative that strives to spread knowledge in the globalising energy sector. We educate and spread technology awareness through ongoing contacts and discussions with the public and industry concerning what the future of the growing energy sector should be.

Throughout the last 12 years Mission Energy Foundation have delivered successful platforms of knowledge dissemination on various subjects like Gasification, Waste-to-Energy, Fly Ash Utilization, Biomass, Solar and Wind gathering who's who from Entrepreneurs to Academicians to Government Authorities to Technology Providers to Consultants to Industry Professionals from the growing energy sector globally.

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