Open Access – Not really an open and shut case

Akhilesh Magal | 26 December 2011

Open Access – Not really an open and shut case The Electricity Act of 2003, allows power consumers to purchase electricity from any power producer not limited to the distribution company (DISCOM) in that area. The term open access refers to the distribution and transmission lines being open to all somewhat similar to our highways where anybody can use it as long as they pay a toll. This regulation was meant

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