Circular / Notification
Act & Notification
TRACK Registration Number
Own Generating Plant Registration Information
DG Installation Information
Process of Registration
Every person, other than a licensee or the state government who has installed or will install a generating plant for generation of energy for his own consumption, shall, for the purpose of registration of such plant (a diesel based generating plant or coal based generating plant or waste gas based generating plant etc as the case may be), make an application through the web portal www.dedwb.gov.in to the Registering Authority after payment of requisite fees. Firstly, the consumer is required to create their user credential in the portal which required a valid mobile & mail ID. After creation of user id they will get a dashboard where they will do the registration process from “Registration Module”. The registration is valid for three (3) years from the date of application of registration at portal. After completing the three (3) Years, the consumers have to apply for renewal of the registration. Flow of Registration: Step1: Application from Consumer side with prescribed documents. Step2: Documents verification by DED Officer, Step3: Inspection conducted by DED Officer, Step4: Assessment order issued by DED Officer, Step5: Payment of Electricity duty as per Assessment order by the Consumer, Step6: Issuance of meter Approval, Step7: Issuance of Registration certificate & Download from the portal.
Fees Structure of Regsitration
From 3.13 KVA To 100 KVA - Rs. 100.00 /- Above 100 KVA - Rs. 500.00 /-
Documents required for DG Installation
a. Copy of last paid electricity bill b. Purchase voucher of the generating plant/plants. c. Rent Agreement of the Own Generating Plants, if applicable d. Commissioning report of the Own Generating Plants. e. Single line electrical distribution diagram showing the detailed load of the premises and change over system with the generating plant/plants. f. Test certificate containing test results of the sealed and tested kWh meter/meters (Energy meter) along with current transformers, potential transformers, if any. g. PAN certificate of the organization. h. Log book or relevant documents for ascertaining consumption of electrical energy for calculating arrear electricity duty.