Power Trading India Private Limited
Ongoing Project: 200 MW Solar Power Park in South Tamil Nadu with 230 KV and 110 KV evacuation line.
WHAT IS POWER TRADING ?
After the enactment of Electricity Act in 2003, the concept of Open Access and Power trading were created. Since generation and consumption of Power is not evenly distributed in India, the concept of Power trading enables surplus generation from one Region to flow to another Region which is deficit in Power or within the same Region.
WHAT IS INDIAN ENERGY EXCHANGE ?
Indian Energy Exchange ( IEX) is India’s first ever, nationwide, automated, and online electricity trading platform , where number of Buyers and Sellers or Consumers and Generators come together on a common ground and trade in hourly electricity contracts. It is a new concept of Power trading introduced in India under the approved guidelines of Hon. CERC.
WHO IS THE REGULATING AUTHORITY OF THE IEX ?
CERC (Central Electricity Regulatory Commission)
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF POWER TRADING INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED?
We are No.1 in terms of total number of trading clients as well as traded volume on the Exchange on behalf of our clients. We provide IT infrastructure for bidding on IEX. Advisory services related to power prices and the follow up on bidding strategy (e.g. weather related information, demand supply position etc) . Facilitation of procedures on behalf of clients for delivery of power (e.g. SLDC standing clearances, coordination with NLDC etc). Apart from trading of Power on behalf of our clients, we also offer advisory services, training and grooming of clients, providing regular feed backs on the new policies and its implications on the industry as a whole and similar services, which helps our clients in keeping in touch with the latest news on the Power Market. We also offer REC related services like Accreditation, Registration , Issuance and trading of REC instruments on the IEX platform.
“Working with Power Trading was really good… we sensed that we would get a very strong process and framework and that it would be handled in a structured and professional way.”