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School colleges and Universities

School colleges and Universities
Educational Institutions can save millions by going solar. 

Education is a vital sector in any country, and in India, it is no different. India has one of the largest education systems globally, with a network of universities, colleges, and schools spread across the country. The education sector contributes significantly to the country's economic growth by providing skilled people and promoting research and innovation. However, the sector faces several challenges, such as insufficient infrastructure, limited funding, and a shortage of qualified personnel. Despite the challenges, the Indian education system is striving towards a more sustainable future, recognizing the role it plays in shaping the country's future. Some schools and universities in India are integrating sustainability into their curriculum and campus operations, promoting sustainable transportation options, and implementing energy-efficient systems


billion is expected worth of the
Indian Education sector by FY25


billion growth of the Indian
ed-tech market anticipated by 2031


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the various Open Access charges?

Each state has different regulations for Open access projects. Hence, charges for such projects vary with its location and procurement model. However, most states do have favourable policies for open access and have generally exempted Open Access projects from many of these charges.

Various charges under the Open Access mechanism include:

Transmission charges - Charges are payable to the transmission company for using the transmission infrastructure.

Wheeling charges - Charges are payable to the distribution company for using the infrastructure.

Transmission losses and Wheeling losses- These are the electricity losses incurred during the transmission and distribution of power.

Cross-subsidy surcharge (CSS) - These are payable by commercial and industrial buyers to fund the tariff subsidy for agricultural and residential buyers.

Additional surcharge (AS)

Banking charges

Which power procurement models can be used in Open Access?

The important models are:

  • Captive
  • Group Captive
  • Third Party PPA:
What do you mean by Open Access Power?

Open access power is a regulatory mechanism that allows a grid-connected bulk consumer with a connected load of 1MW or above to meet a part of or their entire electricity requirements via alternate energy sources.