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Annual Report 2010-11

Annual Report 2010-11


Government of India CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY Ministry of Power

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ANNUAL REPORT 2010-11

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF POWER CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY JUNE 2011


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S2! -/#(, 1$ O%%("$0: R$&(-, * P-4$/ C-++(11$$0: 1. 080-0= %0.=0?,=D, !:=?30=9 $024:9,7 #:B0= C:884??00, 18-A, %3,300/ J00? %4923 ,=2, !0B D0734- 110016 2. 08-0= %0.=0?,=D, E,>?0=9 $024:9,7 #:B0= C:884??00, 14 G:71 C7@- $:,/, &:77D2@920, K:76,??,-700033. 3. 08-0= %0.=0?,=D, )0>?0=9 $024:9,7 #:B0= C:884??00, #7:? !:. F-3, ";;:>4?0 %EE#+ C:8;70C, IDC A=0, ,=:7, A9/30=4(E,>?), @8-,4-400093. 4. 08-0= %0.=0?,=D, %:@?30=9 $024:9,7 #:B0= C:884??00, 29 $,.0 C:@=>0 C=:>> $:,/, !0,= A9,9/ $,: C4=.70, B,92,7:=0 - 560009 5. 08-0= %0.=0?,=D, !:=?3 - E,>?0=9 $024:9,7 #:B0= C:884??00, 023,7,D, %?,?0 H:@>492 F49,9.0 C:-:;0=,?4A0 %:.40?D L?/. B@47/492, !:92=48 H477>, %3477:92-793003. R$&(-, * P-4$/ S2/3$5 O%%("$0: 1. DD. D4=0.?:=, $024:9,7 #:B0= %@=A0D "114.0 (!:=?3), 29/ F7::=, %0B, B3,B,9, $.K. #@=,8, !0B D0734-110066. 2. DD. D4=0.?:=, $024:9,7 #:B0= %@=A0D "114.0 (E,>?), $::8 !:. 201, C.G.". C:8;70C, JDFKB7:.6, %,7? L,60 C4?D, K:76,?,-700064. 3. DD. D4=0.?:=, $024:9,7 #:B0= %@=A0D "114.0 ()0>?), 5?3 F7::=, #7:? !:. F-3, ";;:>4?0 %EE#+ C:8;70C, IDC A=0, ,=:7, A9/30=4 (E,>?), @8-,4-400093. 4. DD. D4=0.?:=, $024:9,7 #:B0= %@=A0D "114.0 (%:@?3), #:>? B:C !:. 38, 6?3 F7::=, JFK )492, K09/=4D, %,/,9, K:=,8,92,7,, B,927:=0-560034. R$&(-, * I,0.$"1-/( * O/& ,(0 1(-,0: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. %@;0=49?09/492 E924900=, $024:9,7 I9>;0.?:=4,7 "=2,94>,?4:9 (!:=?3), 18-A, %3,300/ J00? %4923 ,=2, K,?B,=4, %,=,4, !0B D0734- 110016 %@;0=49?09/492 E924900=, $024:9,7 I9>;0.?:=4,7 "=2,94>,?4:9 (E,>?), 14 G:71 C7@- $:,/, &:77D2@920, K:76,??,-700033. %@;0=49?09/492 E924900=, $024:9,7 I9>;0.?:=4,7 "=2,94>,?4:9 ()0>?), G=:@9/ F7::=, )$#C B@47/492, F-3, IDC A=0, ,=:7, A9/30=4 (E,>?), @8-,4-400093. %@;0=49?09/492 E924900=, $024:9,7 I9>;0.?:=4,7 "=2,94>,?4:9 (%:@?3), B7:.6 I(, F7::=- III, %3,>?=4 B3,B,9, C3099,4-600006. %@;0=49?09/492 E924900=, $024:9,7 I9>;0.?:=4,7 "=2,94>,?4:9 (!:=?3-E,>?), 023,7,D, %?,?0 H:@>492 F49,9.0 C:-:;0=,?4A0 %:.40?D L?/. B@47/492, !:92=48 H477>, %3477:92-793003.
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THE AUTHORITY

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Chairperson (CEA)
(Gurdial Singh)

Secretary (CEA)
(Amarjeet Singh) (Co-ordination) (HRD)

Chief Engineer

Chief Engineer

Central Eletricity Authority

Member (Planning)
(Vacant)
Chief Engineer (Thermal Plg. & Investigation) Chief Engineer Chief Engineer (Grid Management) Chief Engineer (Financial & Commercial Appraisal)

(A S Bakshi
Chief Engineer (Hydro Plg. & Investigation)

Member (Hydro)
(Vacant) (Vacant)

Member (Thermal)
(Economic & Comm.)
(Dr. Jaipal Singh)

Member (Grid Op. & Distn.)

Member

Member (Power System)


(Vacant)
Chief Engineer (System Planning & Project Appraisal)

Chief Engineer (Integrated Resource Planning)

N.E. Cell

Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Appraisal)

Chief Engineer (Thermal Engg. & Tech. Development)

(Operation Performance Monitoring)

Economic Adviser (Economic Policy)

Chief Engineer (System Engg. & Tech. Development)

(Research & Development)

Chief Engineer Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Monitoring) Chief Engineer (Distribution Plg. & Development) Chief Engineer (Thermal Project Monitoring)

Chief Engineer (Load Dispatch & Telecomm.)

Chief Engineer (Financial Studies & Appraisal)

Chief Engineer (Power System Project Monitoring)

(Conservation & Efficiency)

Chief Engineer

Chief Engineer (Hydro Engg & Renovation/


Modernization)

Chief Engineer (Thermal Renovation & Modernisation)

Chief Engineer (Legal) Chief Engineer

(Electrical Inspectorate)

Chief Engineer

(Operation Monitoring)

Chief Engineer Chief Engineer (Thermal Civil Design)

(Information Technology)

SE (RIO-North) MS (NRPC) MS (WRPC) MS (SRPC) MS (ERPC) MS (NERPC) SE (RIO-West) SE (RIO-South) SE (RIO-East) SE (RIO-North East)
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Chief Engineer (Hydro Engg. & Tech. Development)

(Data Management and Load Forecasting) RPSO (East)

Chief Engineer

RPSO (West)

RPSO (North)

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CEA-Hel ing $he T"an#fo"ma$ion of Indian Po'e" Sec$o"


RPSO (South)

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INDEX
S. N-. C3,;?0=-1 C3,;?0=-2 C3,;?0=-3 C3,;?0=-4 C3,;?0=-5 C3,;?0=-6 C3,;?0=-7 C3,;?0=-8 C3,;?0=-9 C3,;?0=-10 C3,;?0=-11 C3,;?0=-12 A990C@=0 2A A990C@=0 3A A990C@=0 3B A990C@=0 3C A990C@=0 3D A990C@=0 4A A990C@=0 4B A990C@=0 5A A990C@=0 5B A990C@=0 5C A990C@=0 5D A990C@=0 5E N +$ -% 1'$ C' .1$/ "=2,94>,?4:9 #7,99492 1:= #:B0= D0A07:;809? #:B0= %D>?08> #7,99492 ,9/ D0A07:;809? G=4/ ,9,20809? HD/=: #:B0= D0A07:;809? &30=8,7 #:B0= D0A07:;809? D4>?=4-@?4:9 ,9/ $@=,7 E70.?=414.,?4:9 D0>429 & E924900=492 %0=A4.0> E.:9:84. ,9/ C:880=.4,7 A>;0.?> :1 #:B0= I9/@>?=D #:B0= G090=,?4:9 #:B0= D0A07:;809? 49 !:=?3-E,>?0=9 $024:9 &=,49492 ,9/ H@8,9 $0>:@=.0 D0A07:;809? %?,?@> :1 #=:50.?> @9/0= !,?4:9,7 #0=>;0.?4A0 #7,9 :9 #:B0= %0.?:= D0?,47> :1 I9?0=-$024:9,7 &=,9>84>>4:9 .,;,.4?D G EC4>?492 ,9/ ;7,990/ 1:= 11?3 #7,9 I>>@0> ;0=?,49492 ?: &=,9>84>>4:9 %D>?08 #7,99492 /4>.@>>0// $0>:7A0/ /@=492 2010-11 &=,9>84>>4:9 L490> .:8;70?0/ /@=492 ?30 D0,= 2010-11 %@--%?,?4:9> .:884>>4:90/ /@=492 ?30 D0,= 2010-11 #:B0= %@;;7D #:>4?4:9 /@=492 2010-11 %?,?@> :1 C,;,.4?:= I9>?,77,?4:9 ,> :9 31.3.2011 #F$> @9/0= 50,000 ) HD/=:070.?=4. I94?4,?4A0 HD/=: .,;,.4?D ,//4?4:9 /@=492 2010-11 HD/=: .,;,.4?D ,//4?4:9 ;=:2=,880 1:= ?30 D0,= 2010-11 HD/=: #=:50.?> 4/09?4140/ 1:= -09014?> /@=492 12?3 #7,9 D0?,47> :1 >,A492> ,.340A0/ 49 ?30 H,=/ C:>? B3470 C:9.@==492/A;;=,4>492 :1 HD/=: G090=,?4:9 %.3080> -D C09?=,7 E70.?=4.4?D A@?3:=4?D /@=492 2010-11 (01.04.2010 ?: 31.03.2011) A990C@=0 6A A990C@=0 6B %,7409? F0,?@=0> /B=:,/ %?,?@> :1 ' ##> @9/0= .:9>?=@.?4:9 #=:50.?> B,>0/ :9 &,=411 B,>0/ C:8;0?4?4A0 B4//492 (C,>0-II) -D %?,?0> 191-192 193 P &$ N-. 1-18 19-34 35-52 53-62 63-72 73-94 95-102 103-108 109-126 127-132 133-148 149-151 152-154 155-156 157-161 162-172 173-178 179 180 181-183 184-185 186 187-189 190

Thing# 'e $ake fo" g"an$ed, #%ch a# 'a$e", ma( be $he ba#i# fo" f%$%"e 'a"# be$'een $ho#e 'ho ha&e $he "e#o%"ce# in ab%ndance, and $ho#e 'ho need $hem badl(.- Mikhail Go"bache&.

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S. N-. A990C@=0 6C A990C@=0 6D A990C@=0 6E A990C@=0 6F A990C@=0 6G A990C@=0 6H A990C@=0 6I A990C@=0 6J A990C@=0 8A A990C@=0 8B A990C@=0 8C A990C@=0 9A A990C@=0 9B A990C@=0 10A A990C@=0 10B

N +$ -% 1'$ C' .1$/ &30=8,7 #=:50.?> C:884>>4:90/ D@=492 2010-11 &30=8,7 '94?> #=:2=,80/ F:= C:884>>4:9492 D@=492 2011-12 & 2012-13 %?,?@> "1 '94?> )30=0 L410 EC09?4:9 ):=6> H,A0 B009 C:8;70?0/ D@=492 11?3 #7,9 %?,?@> :1 '94?> B30=0 $& %?,?@> ,> :9(31.03.2011) D0?,47> "1 '94?> #=:2=,880/ F:= LE ):=6> D@=492 11?3 #7,9 B@? L4607D &: %74; -0D:9/ 11?3 #7,9 D0?,47> "1 '94?> #=:2=,880/ F:= $& &: %74; B0D:9/ 11?3 #7,9 ):=6> D@=492 11?3 #7,9 B@? L467D ):=6> 3,A0 -009 .:8;70?0/ /@=492 11?3 #7,9

P &$ N-. 194 195-196 197 198-200 201-202 203 204 205 206-208 209 210 211 212-215 216-219 220-226

D0?,47> "1 '94?> #=:2=,880/ F:= LE ):=6> D@=492 2011-12 "1 11?3 #7,9 D0?,47> "1 '94?> #=:2=,880/ F:= LE ):=6> D@=492 2011-12 "1 11?3 #7,9 HD/=: #:B0= %?,?4:9> 49 ";0=,?4:9 1:= )34.3 C:9>@7?,9.D %0=A4.0> H,A0 B009 $09/0=0/ BD CEA L4>? "1 #=:50.?> F:= )34.3 D0?,47 D0>429 & E924900=492 %0=A4.0> )0=0 #=:A4/0/ D@=492 2010-11 L4>? "1 I8;:=?,9? A.?4A4?40> #0=?,49492 &: C4A47 ):=6> "1 H.E. #=:50.?> "@?>?,9/492 D@0> #,D,-70 ?: C09?=,7 #@-74. %0.?:= '9/0=?,6492> (C#'>) A> "9 31.12.2010 %?,?0B4>0 E>?48,?0/ AA0=,20 $,?0> "1 E70.?=4.4?D A77 I9/4,/%0.?:=-)4>0/:=2,94>,?4:9-B4>0 G090=,?4:9 &,=20?/A.?@,7 G090=,?4:9 F:= &30 *0,= 2010-11 I9,>?,770/ C,;,.4?D (I9 %0.?:= @?474?0> )) "1 #:B0= '?474?40> I9 &30 %?,?0>/'?> L:.,?0/ 49 9:=?30=9 $024:9 I9.7@/492 A77:.,?0/ %3,=0> I9 5:49? & C09?=,7

A990C@=0 11A

50000

) H.E. I!I&IA&I(E

227-229

L:B &,=411 HE %.3080> @9/0= %@=A0D & I9A0>?42,?4:9 / #=0;,=,?4:9 :1 D#$ 49 !:=?3-E,>?0=9 $024:9 A990C@=0 11B A990C@=0 12A HD/=: ;=:50.?> I9 9:=?3-E,>?0=9 $024:9 4/09?4140/ F:= B09014?> D@=492 12?3 #7,9 D0?,47> :1 F:=0429 &:@=> ;0=1:=80/ /@=492 2010-11 230 231

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ORGANISATION
1.1 Organisation of CEA (4) Regional Power Survey Organizations and five (5) Regional Power Committees located in various parts of the country. Under Chief Engineer (EI) in Power System Wing, five (5) Regional Inspectorial Organisation (RIO) offices, each headed by an officer of the rank of Superintending Engineer function at New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Shillong to inspect the HV/MV installations of the Central Government. B) Regional Power Survey Organisation (RPSO) A) Regional Inspectorial Organisation (RIO)

1.1.1 The Central Electricity Authority (CEA) is a statutory organisation originally constituted under section 3(1) of the repealed Electricity (Supply) Act, 1948 since substituted by section 70 of the Electricity Act, 2003. It was established as a parttime body in the year 1951 and made a full- time body in the year 1975.

1.1.2 As per section 70(3) of the Electricity Act, 2003, Authority shall consist of not more than 14 members (including its Chairperson) of whom not more than eight shall be full-time Members to be appointed by the Central Government.

1.1.3 CEA is headed by a Chairperson who as the Chief Executive of the Authority largely oversees the development of Power Sector in the country. A Secretary, appointed by the Authority with the approval of the Central Government under section 72 of Electricity Act 2003, assists the Chairperson in discharging of CEAs statutory functions. The Secretary also assists the Chairperson in all matters pertaining to administration and technical matters including human resource development and concurrence of hydro power projects etc. There are six (6) Wings in CEA namely Planning, Hydro, Thermal, Grid Operation & Distribution, Economic & Commercial and Power System each headed by a Member of the Authority. Under each Member, there are technical Divisions, headed by an officer of the rank of Chief Engineer. At present, there are twentynine Divisions in CEA headquarter at New Delhi. 1.1.4 There are 14 subordinate offices of CEA viz. five (5) Regional Inspectorial Organizations, four Sub-ordinate offices of CEA

Four (4) Regional Power Survey Organisation (RPSO) offices, each headed by an officer of the rank of Deputy Director function at New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata under Chief Engineer (DMLF) in the Planning Wing to carry out surveys to forecast the demand of power in their respective regions. Five (5) Regional Power Committees (RPCs) each headed by a Member Secretary, an officer of the rank of the Chief Engineer, are functioning at New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Shillong to facilitate the integrated operation of the Regional Electricity Grids. 1.2 The functions and duties of the Authority are delineated under section 73 of the Electricity Act, 2003. Besides, CEA has to discharge various other
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Functions of CEA

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functions as well under sections 3, 8, 34, 53, 55 and 177 of the Act. Section 73 a) Functions and Duties of the Authority j)

generation, transmission, trading, distribution and utilization of electricity and carry out studies relating to cost, efficiency, competitiveness and such like matters; make public from time to time the information secured under this Act, and provide for the publication of reports and investigations; promote research in matters affecting the generation, transmission, distribution and trading of electricity;

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specify the technical standards for construction of electrical plants, electric lines and connectivity to the grid; specify the safety requirements for construction, operation and maintenance of electrical plants and electric lines;

advise the Central Government on the matters relating to the national electricity policy, formulate short-term and perspective plans for development of the electricity system and coordinate the activities of the planning agencies for the optimal utilization of resources to subserve the interests of the national economy and to provide reliable and affordable electricity to all consumers;

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carry out, or cause to be carried out, any investigation for the purpose of generating or transmitting or distributing electricity;

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advise Central Government on any matter on which its advice is sought or make recommendation to that Government on any matter if, in the opinion of the Authority, the recommendation would help in improving the generation, transmission, trading, distribution and utilization of electricity; collect and record the data concerning the

promote measures for advancing the skills of persons engaged in electricity industry;

promote and assist in the timely completion of schemes and projects for improving and augmenting the electricity system;

specify the conditions for installation of meters for transmission and supply of electricity;

specify the Grid Standards for operation and maintenance of transmission lines; n)

advise any State Government, licensees or the generating companies on such matters which shall enable them to operate and maintain the electricity system under their ownership or control in an improved manner and where necessary, in coordination with any other Government, licensee or the generating company owning or having the control of another electricity system; advise the Appropriate Government and the Appropriate Commission on all technical matters relating to generation, transmission and distribution of electricity; and discharge such other functions as may be provided under this Act.

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In addition to above functions and duties, CEA has to perform the following functions in terms of the under mentioned sections of the Electricity Act, 2003:Section 3 (1) National Electricity Policy and Plan

The Central Government shall, from time to time, prepare the National Electricity
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PROVIDED that the Authority while preparing the National Electricity Plan shall publish the draft National Electricity Plan and invite suggestions and objections thereon from licensees, generating companies and the public within such time as may be prescribed; PROVIDED FURTHER that the Authority shall a) notify the plan after obtaining the approval of the Central Government;

Policy and Tariff Policy, in consultation with the State Governments and the Authority for development of the power system based on optimal utilization of resources such as coal, natural gas, nuclear substances or materials, hydro and renewable sources of energy, The Central Government shall publish the National Electricity Policy and Tariff Policy from time to time. The Central Government may, from, time to time, in consultation with the State Governments and the Authority, review or revise the National Electricity Policy referred to in sub-section (1). The Authority shall prepare a National Electricity Plan in accordance with the National Electricity Policy and notify such plan once in five years.

(2)

a scheme estimated to involve a capital expenditure exceeding such sum, as may be fixed by the Central Government, from time- to time, by notification. The Authority shall, before concurring in any scheme submitted to it under subsection (1) particular regard to, whether or not in its opinion: a)

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Section 8 - Hydro-Electric Generation

The Authority may review or revise the National Electricity Plan in accordance with the National Electricity Policy.

b) revise the plan incorporating therein directions, if any, given by the Govt. while granting approval under clause (a).

(3)

Any generating company intending to set up a hydro-generating station shall prepare and submit to the Authority for its concurrence,

Every transmission licensee shall comply with such technical standards, of operation and maintenance of transmission lines, in accordance with the Grid Standards, as may be specified by the Authority.
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Section 34 Grid Standards

Where a multi-purpose scheme for the development of any river in any region is in operation, the State Government and the generating company shall co-ordinate their activities with the activities of the person responsible for such scheme in so far as they are inter-related.

b) The proposed scheme meets, the norms regarding dam design and safety.

The proposed river-works will prejudice the prospects for the best ultimate development of the river or its tributaries for power generation, consistent with the requirements of drinking water, irrigation, navigation, flood-control, or other public purposes, and for this purpose the Authority shall satisfy itself, after consultation with the State Government, the Central Government, or such other agencies as it may deem appropriate, that an adequate study has been made of the optimum location of dams and other river-works;

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a)

The Authority may in consultation with the State Governments, specify suitable measures forprotecting the public (including the person engaged in the generation, transmission or distribution or trading) from dangers arising from the generation, transmission or distribution or trading of electricity, or use of electricity supplied or installation, maintenance or use of any electric line of electrical plant ;

Provision Relating to Safety and Electricity Supply

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prohibiting the supply or transmission of electricity except by means of a system which conforms to the specification as may be specified;

eliminating or reducing the risks of personal injury to any person, or damage to property of any person or interference with use of such property;

Section 177-Powers of Authority to Make Regulations 1)

For proper accounting and audit in the generation, transmission and distribution or trading of electricity, the Authority may direct the installation of meters, by a generating company or licensee at such stages of generation, transmission or distribution or trading of electricity and at such locations of generation, transmission or distribution or trading, as it may deem necessary.

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The Authority may, by notification, make regulations consistent with this Act and the rules generally to carry out the provisions of this Act.

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g)

specifying action to be taken in relation to any electric line or electrical plant, or any electrical appliance under the control of a consumer for the purpose of eliminating or reducing the risk of personal injury or damage to property or interference with its use;

inspection of maps, plans and sections by any person authorized by it or by Electrical Inspector or by any person on payment of specified fee;

keeping by a generating company or licensee the maps, plans and sections relating to supply or transmission of electricity;

giving a notice in the specified form to the Appropriate Commission and the Electrical Inspector, of accidents and failures of supplies or transmission of electricity;

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In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the power conferred in sub-sec. (1), such regulations may provide for all or any of the following matters, mainly :the Grid Standards under section 34;

b) suitable measures relating to safety and electricity supply under section 53; c) d) the rules of procedure for transaction of business under sub-section (9) of section 70; e) the installation and operation of meters under section55;

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All regulations made by the Authority under this Act shall be subject to the conditions of previous publication. Broad Functional Areas of work of Chairperson and the Members of the Authority

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thermal projects; quality assurance standards and plans; preparation of model documents and standards; thermal projects investigation and ash utilization; monitoring of construction and stabilization of thermal projects and suggesting remedial measures to problems involved; renovation, modernisation and life extension programmes of thermal generating stations; making operating norms for thermal generating stations etc. Member (Hydro)

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Chairperson is the Chief Executive of the Authority. Member (Planning)

Formulation of National Electricity Plan; integrated resource planning; coordinating the activities of Planning agencies for optimization of resource utilization; formulation of short, medium and long term power plans; long and short term demand forecast and sensitivity studies; material and manpower planning; coal, oil and gas linkages to power projects; surveys for power demand growth; identification and testing of co-lateral parameters for economic model for demand forecasting; collection, compilation and publication of statistics of Power Sector; securitization of resources/ fuel availability and fuel efficiency with the support of emerging technologies; modernization of project management; concepts of skill development; pro-active technology forecasting approaches; research and development in Power Sector, co-ordination with multiple agencies involved in research and development activities, energy conservation; energy auditing; environmental aspects of thermal projects; coordination of fuel oil/ liquid fuel supplies; coal quantity and quality control; etc. Overall thermal power development in the country; updating, development and evaluation of thermal technologies; design and engineering of Member (Thermal)

Overall hydro power development in the country; technical appraisal of hydro-electric projects; integrated planning for utilization of water resources; assessment of hydro potential; assistance to States on investigation and project report preparation; construction & investigation, monitoring of hydro projects and suggesting remedial measures to problems involved; updating, development and evaluation of hydro technologies; environmental aspects of hydro projects; quality assurance plans and standardization, design and engineering of hydro projects; renovation, modernization and up rating of hydro stations; cooperation with neighbouring countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar for development of water resources for mutual benefits; etc. Planning and development of Transmission system consistent with national power plans; studies for the purpose of appraisal of transmission projects; transmission technology development; design and engineering; standardization and preparation of model document; renovation and modernization of transmission schemes; construction monitoring of transmission projects; inspection of existing electrical installations in Union Territories and Central Government Departments; investigation of accidents on electrical installations and suggesting remedial measures for their minimization and prevention etc.
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Formulation of policies for safe, secure and economic operation of regional grids; integrated operation, co-ordination of five regional grids through Regional Power Committees (RPCs); monitoring of delivery of shares from Central Sector projects; intra and inter-regional exchange of power; regional energy accounting; load generation balance; investigation of grid disturbances; matters relating Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (APDRP) in J&K; monitoring of rural electrification programme; all matters relating to power development in union territories; telecommunication in Power Sector; telecommunication data acquisition and software support; operation monitoring and performance review of thermal power stations; updating of maintenance procedures; generation data collection; performance analysis; maintenance monitoring etc. Economic evaluation of power policies and projects; appraisal of tariff for Nuclear Power Stations; financial packages; financial parameters;
Category CPES GROUP-A CPES GROUP-B Group-A Group-B Group-C Total Group-D Non CPES Group Head-Quarters 368 92 45 Sanctioned Strength Sub-Office 113 17 29 93 315 63 -

Member (Grid Operation & Distribution)

interest during construction and completed cost; examination of bulk power tariff structure; performance of SEBs; scrutiny for import duty exemption; certification of deemed export benefit; co-ordination for externally aided schemes; examination of Power Purchase Agreements, advice on legal matters, etc. The Secretary (CEA) appointed by the Authority with the approval of the Government of India, assists the Authority in discharge of CEAs statutory functions. The Secretary also assists the Chairperson (CEA) in all matters pertaining to administration and technical matters including human resource development and techno-economic appraisal and concurrence of hydro power projects, planning of budget and expenditure control etc. 1.4 The staff strength of CEA as on 31.03.2011 was 999 against sanctioned strength of 1614 leaving 615 posts vacant. Summarized position of staff strength is shown in the table below:
Filled Strength Sub-Office 75 5 -

Secretary

Member (Economic & Commercial)

Personnel and Administration

Total 481 109 409 507 1614 63 45

HeadQuarters 215 27 28 -

Total Strength 290 32 28 51

380 414 1299

309 208 787

16 65 212 51

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1.4.1 Representation of women in CEA

CEA had a total of 208 women employees as on 31.03.2011.

The group- wise number of women employees is shown in the table below:
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1.4.2 Representation of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), OBC & Physically Handicapped employees
Category CPES GROUP-A CPES GROUP-B Group-A Group-B Group-C Total Non CPES Group No. of Govt. Employees Sanctioned 481 109 45 Filled 290 32 28

CPES GROUP-A CPES GROUP-B Non CPES Group Group-A Group-B Group-C Group-D Total

Sanctioned 481 109 45 409 507 63 1614

Filled 290 32 28 325 273 51 999

No. of Women employees In position 15 7

No. Of SC Govt. employees in position 55 2 2

The group-wise number of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), OBC & Physically Handicapped employees as on 31.3.2011 is shown in the table below:
No. Of ST Govt. employees in position 13 No. Of OBC Govt. employees in position 6 No. of Phy. H. Govt. employees in position 1 -

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5.17% 21.87% 14.28% 35.38% 22.18% 11.76% 20.82%

% age

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325 273 999 51

40 79 194 16

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Representation of CEA Officers on Boards of PSUs The Chairperson, Members and other officers
Name & Designation of Officer Sh. Gurdial Singh, Chairperson & Member (Hydro) (w.e.f. 22.12.2004) Sh. Gurdial Singh, Chairperson & Member (Hydro) (w.e.f. 19.03.2008) Sh. A.K.Gupta, CE (TRM) (w.e.f. 17.12.2007)

of CEA, who have been nominated to Board of Directors of various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and other Government Organisations as technical experts, are shown in the table below:
Organisation Nominated as Director Director Director 7

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THDC J&K State Power Development Corp. Ltd.

Haryana Power Generation Corpn. Ltd. (HPGCL)

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During the year 2010-11, against an allocation of Rs.15.00 Crores (reduced to Rs.8.43 Crores in the RE 2010-11) under Plan head, an expenditure of Rs.7.06 Crores has been booked upto 31-03-2011. An expenditure of Rs.7.02 Crores was booked under Plan head during 2009-10.

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on the decision decided in these meetings. Once in a year a meeting of all Chief Engineers of CEA held under the chairmanship of Chairperson, CEA in which progress of Hindi in their respective field has been discussed and action has been taken accordingly. All efforts are being made to enhance the usage of Hindi in official work in CEA. All incentive schemes sponsored by the Deptt. of Official Language are in operation in CEA. In addition a Roving Shield is awarded to the Division/Section/Unit who does maximum work in Hindi throughout the year. During the year, Rajbhasha Shields were awarded to 10 Divisions/Sections where maximum correspondence is made in Hindi with Regions A & B. Apart from above CEA has introduced a Cash Award Scheme namely Kendriya Vidyut Pustak Lekhan Puraskar Yojna on All India basis to promote original book writing in Hindi from the calendar year 2003. Under this scheme prize money is - First Prize - Rs. 60,000/-, (B) Second Prize Rs.40,000/- (C) Third Prize - Rs. 25,000/-.and one consolation prize of Rs.10,000/- only. Evaluation work of the received books has been done and the following prizes were awarded under this scheme Ist prize Sh. Mahipal Singh (CEA) and Sh. Narendra kumar, 2nd prize Mrs. Shashibala Banduni (PFC) and 3rd prize Sh. Tejal kanitkar and Shrikumar N. (NGO, Pune). To create interest in Hindi the Hindi Books were regularly purchased for library of CEA as per the target prescribed by the Official Language department.

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On the Non-Plan side, during the year 201011 an expenditure of Rs.64.74 Crores was incurred against an allocation of Rs.65.64 Crores, whereas during the year 2009-10, an expenditure of Rs.71.26 Crores was incurred. 1.6.1 Revenue Recovered for Consultancy Services by CEA and Recovery of expenses by RPCs from constituents

CEA renders Consultancy Services for design and engineering of thermal and hydro projects to various SEBs and power utilities. During 2010-11, CEA rendered consultancy services worth Rs.3.82 Crores and an amount of Rs.3.08 Crores was recovered during the year (upto 31-03-11). RPCs received revenue of Rs.11.22 Crores from their constituents during the year 2010-11. Inspection Fees collected by RIOs amounting to Rs.3.07 Crores during the year 2010-11 1.7

In CEA the OLIC meetings are held regularly and in regular interval under the chairmanship of Chairperson, CEA. Prompt action has been taken
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Progressive use of Hindi in Official Work of CEA

During the year, Four Hindi Computer Training Programme (each of five days) were organized in coordination with NPTI, Faridabad in which altogether 80 employees have been given training on computer and Four Hindi workshops
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In CEA Hindi fortnight has been organized during 15.09.2010 to 29.09.2010 and prize distribution ceremony has been held on 29.09.2010 in which Chairperson, CEA presided over at the occasion. During the fortnight five competition were held namely General Essay, Technical Essay, Noting Drafting, extempore speech and Quiz in which most of the officers and employees were
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Now in CEA all Officers and employees are trained in Hindi Language and all typists are trained in Hind Typing. Newly recruited officers/employees are being trained in Hindi Training Courses organized by the Training Institute from time to time.

were also organized in which about 200 employees have participated.

participated. The winners of these competitions have been given cash award of Rs. 1500/- Ist prize, Rs 1000/- IInd prize and Rs. 500/-IIIrd prize respectively. Chairperson, CEA distributed the prizes and appreciation letter to the winners and made the occasion successful. 1.8 1.8.1 Activities undertaken for the benefit of the Persons with Disabilities Welfare Activities in CEA

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Reservation is being provided in CEA to the Persons With Disabilities as per provisions of Rules.The represention of physically challenged employees in all categories of CEA is given at below:Percentage of Challenged Total 3 3 Employees 0.94% 0.30% Physically

Group

On 01.01.2011 318 357 273 999 51 VH -

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Group B Group C Total Group D

In addition, due care is taken to post persons with Disabilites to disabled friendly offices of CEA for providing the barrier free environment. Also the guidelines issued by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and other Ministries/Departments from time to time in the related matter are regularly forwarded for implementation the feedback of the implementation of related Programme are sent to the Ministry of Power on regular basis.

1.8.2.1 Welfare of SC/ST/OBC

Director (A-II) designated as Liaison Officers in CEA to look after the welfare of SC/ST/OBC&PH employees respectively. 1.8.2.2 Activities related to Women employees Women employees of CEA have been participating in various activities viz. sports, recreation & Cultural activities. They have also been co-opted as member of CEA Department Canteen Management Committee.
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As in the past this year too Sadbhavna fortnight was observed from 20th August to 3rd September, 2010 Chairperson, CEA administered Sadbhawana pledge on 20th August, 2010. As per directions of National Foundation for Communal Harmony,CEA observed the Quami Ekta Week from 19th to 25th November, 2010. The employees of CEA donated generously towards the fund for physical and psychological rehabilitation of child victims of communal/caste/ethnic/ terrorist violence. 1.8.3 Associations/ Unions in CEA 1.8.2.4 Quami Ekta Week

1.8.2.3 Sadbhawana Fortnight

40 cases of transfer of capitalized value in respect of ex-employees of CEA who have been permanently absorbed in Government Undertakings/ Autonomous Bodies were processed and finalized where CEA has discharged its pensionary liabilities to the concerned Organiszations. 1.8.4.3 Restoration of one-third commuted portion of Pension/ grant of Family Pension

1.8.4.2 Transfer of Capitalized Value of Pensionary Benefits

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The following Associations/Unions of employees in CEA were active during 2010-11.

Subsequent to issue of revised instructions/ guidelines by the Deptt. of Pension & Pensioners Welfare for calculation of 1/3rd restored amount of commuted portion of pension and subsequent to 6th CPC, 42 cases relating to revision of the restored amount of 1/3rd portion of pension and grant of family pension to the beneficiaries have been settled. 1.8.4.4 Pro-rata pension (CAT/ Court Cases) 21 cases of grant of pro-rata and other pensionary benefits to ex-employees of CEA permanently absorbed in PSUs who had approached the CAT/Court for relief were processed. Out of these, 3 cases where judgments were passed, have been settled and requisite payments released as directed by the Honble CAT/Court. One (1) more such case for releasing pro-rata pensionary benefits is under process in MoP. . In one (1) case, the judgment of the Honble CAT required the Department to consider the claim of the applicant for pro-rata pensionary benefits and issue suitable orders. In this case, the Department considered the claim of the applicant and finding him ineligible for pro-rata pensionary benefits, issued requisite speaking order to him. In 3 cases where judgments were received, the Department/ Government has filed Appeal in the Honble Supreme Court and Delhi High Court and the cases
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(i) Power Engineers Assocition-Under process for recognition under CCS (RSA) Rules,1993. (ii) Drawing Staff Association Recognized for three years under CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993

1.8.4 Pension Cases

72 regular superannuation cases, 3 VRS cases, and 6 death cases have been settled during the year 2010-2011 and necessary payment of retirement benefits have been released. In addition, 60 (approx.) more revised pension cases were also settled subsequent to revision of Pay/ Pay Scale due to 6th Pay Commission.
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are still sub-judice. Six (6) cases have been dismissed by the Honble CAT. Seven (5) cases are still sub-judice in the Honble CAT. 2 cases cases have been kept pending by CAT for consideration after High Court takes a decision in the case of Shri Pal & Daulat Singh. 1.9 Vigilance Activities / Disciplinary Cases in CEA

1.10 Electric Power Information Society (EPIS)

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The Vigilance Division, CEA deals with various facets of Vigilance mechanism and functions for carrying out investigations into complaints, suggesting corrective measures for improving the control system, compliance of laid down procedures and also for carrying out preventive vigilance exercises. Complaints other than anonymous/ pseudonymous were taken up for investigation promptly and after completion of investigations, reports submitted to the prescribed authority. As on 1.4.2010 two cases of disciplinary action were pending under CEAs disciplinary jurisdiction. One case was added during the period. Out of them one case has been finalized. Thus at present (as on 31.3.2011) two cases are pending finalization. Prescribed periodical Returns were sent to the Ministry of Power in time. As part of preventive vigilance, the Vigilance Division is helping in ensuring job rotation in sensitive posts. The Vigilance Division has also taken steps to ensure that website of CEA plays an important role in increasing transparency in its functions. Vigilance Awareness Period was observed from 25th October to 01st November, 2010. The occasion was used for Generation of Awareness and Publicity against Corruption.

The Electric Power Information Society (EPIS) was established in June 1996 under the aegis of Central Electricity Authority on no-loss-no profit basis for bringing out various CEA publications. These publications including a quarterly technical journal Vidyut Bharati are being distributed by CEA among various Government agencies on complimentary basis. These are also available on sale for general public. During the year 2010-11, the following publications have been brought out: 1. a. b. 2. i) Vidyut Bharati, Quarterly Journal issues January - 2010 April - 2010

CEA Annual Report CEA Annual Report 2008-09 (English & Hindi Version) ii) CEA Annual Report 2009-10 (English Version) 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Performance Review of Stations, 2009-10 PTCC Manual, 2010

Performance Review of Thermal Power Stations, 2009-10

Hydro Power

Growth of Electricity Sector in India from 1947 to 2010

To redress the grievances of CEA Head Quarter, in accordance with the instructions of Deptt. of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Shri Bhim Rai, Chief Engineer (Electrical Inspectorate) is functioning as Director (Grievances). 7 grievance cases were received
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from April-2010 to March -2011, out of which one case has been redressed. 1.12 Right to Information Act, 2005 Under the Right to Information Act, Shri T.P. Singh, Chief Engineer (Coord.) has been nominated as Nodal Officer of CEA. During the financial year 2010-11, 119 requests/applications have been received under the Act. Out of 119 cases, 117 had been decided and 2 no. requests are under process. Further, 7 applicants filed the appeal to the appellate authority, CEA which have been decided. 1.13 Public Relations Group

Material for Calling Attention Motion and No day Yet named Motions on various matters under Rule 196, 377 etc. of Parliament Procedure were also dealt with.

participation in briefings. Subsequent need based queries and updating was also accomplished promptly.

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Generation, compilation and updating of material in respect of various Consultative Committee meetings were accomplished. The action taken reports on these were prepared with the help of data / replies received from various units.

The Public Relations Group (PR Group) was constituted in CEA in March, 1999 with a view to consolidate and project the achievements of CEA as also to interact with the media. The PR Group is headed by Secretary, CEA. Shri R.K. Verma, Director (DP&D), appointed as Director (PR), assists the Secretary, CEA in coordinating and implementing public relation activities with the help of officers from various wings. The Public Relation (PR) Group has also been organising CEA stall in IITF Exhibition at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi every year. 1.14 Parliament Questions, Assurances, VIP references Parliament

VIP/MOP references including references from PMO covering areas of Power Sector were processed and as a result of active communication with respective divisions/authorities, data so generated was finalized and forwarded to MoP. Material was also compiled and processed for Presidents Address to both the Houses of Parliament and Finance Ministers Budget Speech. Chief Engineer (Coordination) also acts as Nodal Officer for RTI matters relating to power sector. During the year 2010-11 there were four Parliament Sessions and dealt with the Admitted version of Questions as follows:
S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Particulars Budget Session 2010-11 Monsoon 2010-11 Starred Question 45 27 25 09 Unstarred Question 302 228 242 102

Work relating to answering of Parliament Questions, Parliamentary Assurance, VIP reference and compilation and updating material for Consultative Committee and Standing Committee on Energy, compilation and processing of material for presentations such as power sector reform and Pvt. Sector participation including action taken reports, notes for Estimates Committee and Ministers meeting on power scenario etc. were dealt with. This involved data sourcing and collection, preparation and forwarding of replies to MoP and
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During the year following references were dealt: No. of Standing Committees VIP/PMO references No. of Consultative Committees 28 3

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the details of the thermal and hydro generating units commissioned during the month and the progress of major transmission lines & sub-stations commissioned. The status of generation vis--vis the programme and also the performance with reference to the corresponding period of previous years and the status of the coal position of various thermal power stations is highlighted. The up-to-date details of the generating capacity, energy demand and the demand met in various States and the Region are brought out for overall review of the power situation in the country. Also information regarding capacity addition, generation targets/achievements etc. are sent to MoP every month for Press Release by the end of 2nd week. 1. Material for Economic Survey 2010-11

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CEA receives regular data on almost all the areas of Power Sector, such as generation, transmission and distribution of power. The information received is incorporated in the following regular monthly reports: Report on important developments during the month for Prime Ministers Office Summary report for Council of Ministers on important developments in Power Sector during the month. Executive Summary Thrust area report for P.M.O. Fortnightly Report for P.M.O.

1.15 Monthly Reports

1.15.1 Information on various issues provided to the Ministry of Power 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Annual Report 2010-11 of MoP National Electricity Policy Estimates Committee Work relating to ISO

Major Achievements in Power Sector Performance review of Power Sector Power Ministers Conference Material for various speeches for use by MOS (Power).

The Executive Summary is issued by 10th of every month and is an important reference document reflecting targets vis--vis achievements in almost all the important areas of Power Sector in the month of review. Executive Summary of the important activities in the Power Sector and the energy generation parameters for the review and information is sent to Honble Minister of Power and other concerned officials. The report contains

The first two reports are issued by 1st and 5th of every month briefly highlighting the major achievements/milestones/critical issues in Power Sector.

The use of computers for power sector development was started in CEA in mid sixties. In the initial years, the usage was mainly for power system planning studies. However, over the years computerization has pervaded all activities of CEA. A number of software packages have been procured (refer Software facilities) and in-house expertise developed. The hardware facilities have also been enhanced.
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All the technical Divisions and the administrative sections have been provided with computers to facilitate computerization of all the works in CEA. All the desktop computers in CEAs offices at Sewa Bhawan and West Block-II have been interconnected through wired as well as wireless LAN. The important statistics / data / information of CEA are up-linked and updated regularly on the bilingual website of Central Electricity Authority (www.cea.nic.in) for global access. The website is bilingual (English & Hindi) and has been designed, developed and being maintained in-house by the IT Division of CEA. It has also been made WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.0 compliant to enable differently abled people access the information available on the website easily by adjusting text font size, contrast and using assistive technologies like screen readers, etc. The internet facility is provided to about 600 officials through 34 Mbps RF link provided by NIC. A Data Center, which is ISO 27001:2005 certified, has been set up at Sewa Bhawan building for collecting and scrutinizing online data from various power sector utilities / organizations. The hardware facilities presently available include: IBM X3800 Server (4 Nos.) IBM X3500 Server (8 Nos.) 1.16.1 Hardware Facilities

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1.16.2 Software facilities

Advanced peripherals like A0 size plotters/digitizers, multifunction colour laser printers, high speed digital printer-cumcopiers, A3 size inkjet printers, heavy duty line printers, CD writers, scanners, KVM Switch, etc.

Workstations (4 Nos.)

Oracle Database 10g Enterprise edition, RAC, advanced security, Diagnostics pack, Tuning pack

Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 operating system

IBM P550 RISC Server (2 Nos.)

IBM Websphere application server, portal server, process server Symantec antivirus enterprise edition Lotus Domino enterprise mail server

IBM DB2 Content Manager Enterprise edition, performance expert

IBM DS4700 SAN storage, IBM make SAN switch, IBM TS3310 Tape library

Cisco Catalyst 4500 series core switch, Cisco Catalyst 3750 series L3 switch, Cisco 2821 router, Cisco ASA5540 firewall.

Microsoft Windows CALS proxy software Cisco LMS network management tool IBM Tivoli storage manager Cisco AAA software

About 600 Nos. of Pentium-III / Pentium-IV / Core 2 Duo based PC systems.


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Peace).

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MS Office 2007 bilingual software.

Cadworx-Plant design and Automation Software Version 2005 standalone PC Version

Caeser II Ver.4.5 standalone PC version-Pipe stress Analysis Software.

Data Base-(Foxpro, Visual Dbase, MS Access) for desktop PCs Report Generation (Adobe Acrobat 5/6/8) Graphic Packages (AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011) Microsoft Visual studio Bilingual Software (LEAP, Akshar, APS 2000++)

AutoCad based specification driven Plant Design. Primavera for enterprise for construction (P3ec) version 4.1. STAAD Pro Structural Suite Software. Cyme software for power flow study. Software for (SynerGEE). Distribution

Planning for

Some of the important and scientific application packages available include: Power System Analysis Package (PSAP) Electric Generation Expansion Analysis System Model (EGEAS) MULTISYM.

Office automation package for GPF/Consultancy/ Billing/ Newspaper billing.

Payroll package for CEA (developed inhouse)

PLS-CADD software package transmission line terrain modeling.

i-tower software package for designing steel lattice structures. Current Distribution Electromagnetic Interference, Grounding and Soil Analysis (CDEGS) software package. PSCAD/ EMTDC software package. ASPEN line constant programme. ASPEN one line for relay co-ordination. CYMCAP package for ampacity calculation.

Integrated System Planning Model (ISPLAN) River Basis Planning Module SIMHYDE. River Basis Planning Module MINERVA. Thermoflow software (GT Pro, GT Master and Peace, Steam Pro, Steam Master and

iSWITCHYARD software for design of switchyard and sub-station structures.

SIMPOW and NEPLAN load flow, short circuit, optional power flow and stability studies. PSS/E for load flow, short circuit and stability studies.

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Govt. of India, Ministry of Power had approved a scheme Upgradation of I.T. facilities in CEA at an estimated cost of Rs. 10.47 Crores. The scheme envisaged providing computers at each working desk inter-connected through LAN and having the facility of Internet. It also envisaged receiving data electronically from the utilities online through CEA website by direct entry into the database. To achieve the above, 14 Nos. of servers of various types along with firewall and intrusion detection system have been installed at the Data Centre in Sewa Bhawan office. This setup facilitates (a) a centralized and online database for collecting the data of Indian power sector and analyzing the same (b) project monitoring (c) interlinking various database of each division on relational basis for sharing data among them (d) automatic uplinking of information to CEA website, etc. The project under the scheme has since been completed. The study by the consultant to recommend further upgradation of IT facilities in CEA in Phase-II was subsequently initiated with the approval of Ministry of Power with the following broad objectives: To provide adequate redundancy in the existing Data Centre to enhance reliability of the system and to build a separate Disaster

1.16.4 Upgradation of I.T. facilities in CEA

All the formations of CEA continue to make use of the existing computer facilities for carrying out studies and day-to-day work. The computer systems are extensively utilized by technical wings of CEA for bringing out various reports through complex engineering studies and analysis. These facilities are also used for internet communications, data transfer between CEA and MoP, budgetary allocation and monitoring and sanction/grant of loans/advances to CEA personnel.

1.16.3 Usage of Facilities

Recovery Data Centre.

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All the technical Divisions and the administrative sections have been provided with computers to facilitate computerization of all the works in CEA. All the desktop computers of CEA office at Sewa Bhawan and West Block-II have been interconnected through wired as well as wireless LAN. The important statistics / data / information of CEA is uplinked on the website of Central Electricity Authority (www.cea.nic.in) for global access. The bilingual (English & Hindi) website has been designed, developed and maintained in-house by IT Division, CEA. The internet facility is provided to about 600 officials through 34Mbps RF link provided by NIC. A Data Centre has been set up in CEAs office building (Sewa Bhawan) for collecting and scrutinizing online data from various power utilities / organizations. The same has been ISO 27001:2005 certified during the year 2009-10 1.17 ISO 9001:2000 Quality certification for CEA System

The consultant has since submitted the studyreport and necessary action based on the recommendations therein is in progress. The use of computers for power sector development was started in CEA in mid sixties. In the initial years, the usage was mainly for power system planning studies. However, over the years computerization has pervaded all activities of CEA. A number of software packages have been procured (refer Software facilities) and in-house expertise developed. The hardware facilities have also been enhanced.

More intensive and comprehensive IT based monitoring of execution of power projects.

In order to improve quality of output and competency of the personnel of CEA, the Quality Management System(QMS) as per ISO 9001:2000 was adopted by CEA in February March 2004 which was subsequently renewed in 2007.
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S. No.. 1 2 Date of constitution of Committee 25.05.2010 29.06.2010

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Surveillance Audit in March 2011 for continuance of ISO certification. The following committees/ working groups, comprising of CEA officers & others, were constituted by CEA:

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Name of the Committee Committee for appointment of a Consultant for the Scheme Computerisation of Power & Telecommunication Co-ordination Committee (PTCC).

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01.11.2010

14.12.2010 04.03.2011

Constitution of a Committee for analysis of performance of Chinese equipment vis--vis Indian equipment (BHEL) including coal consumption.

Constitution of Standing Task Force to study operational problems of Thermal Power Stations in India.

Constitution of a Committee to frame Guidelines for Load Acceptance Criteria for Hydroelectric Power Plants.

Constitution of Working Group-3 of India Smart Grid Task Force.

Constitution of a Committee for framing the guidelines / advisory for imposition of Liquidity Damages (L D) in respect of Balance of Plants.

Constitution of a Group for studying the range of blending of imported coal with domestic coal.

Committee for procurement/upgradation of Planning model.

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2.1.1 Generation Planning Studies i) Generation Planning Studies have been carried out for the terminal year of 12th Plan and 13th Plan for preparation of Draft National Electricity Plan. Power absorption studies for accord of concurrence to the following projects have been carried out: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Teesta-IV HEP (4x130 MW) in Sikkim by M/s NHPC Ltd. 2. Power Planning ii) Draft National Electricity Plan covering review of 11th Plan & 12th Plan in detail and perspective 13th Plan has been prepared and submitted to Ministry of Power for approval. The draft Plan will be circulated to all stakeholders for suggestions/comments and the same would be incorporated suitably in the final Plan. The Plan will be thereafter notified in the Gazette of India after approval by Government, as per the Electricity Act, 2003. Evaluation Report of the sub-committee for appointment of a consultant to study the infrastructure Development of Power Sector in Delhi brought out. Electricity Demand

ii)

iii)

Sainj HEP (2x50=100 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s Himachal Pradesh Power Corp. Ltd Nafra HEP (2X48 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by Sew Nafra Power Corporation Private Limited Nyamjangchu HEP (6X130=780 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/S Bhilwara Energy Limited Baglihar St-II HEP (3x150 =450 MW) in J&K by M/s. JKSPDC

Kutehr HEP (3x80=240 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s JSW Energy Ltd.

2.2 a)

Panan HEP (4X75= 300 MW) in Sikkim by M/S Himgiri Hydro Energy Pvt. Ltd

2.1.2 Reports brought out i)

Revised Guidelines for Qualifying requirements of bidders of Balance of Plants of Coal/Lignite based thermal power projects brought out in September,2010.

Under existing system, electricity demand of the country is projected periodically, normally once in five years, for short and long time frames. The demand forecasting is done by a National level Committee of Experts constituted by CEA with consent of the Ministry of Power, by conducting an exhaustive Electric Power Survey (EPS) of India. EPS is undertaken by DMLF Division CEA by obtaining inputs from four Nos. Regional Power Survey offices which coordinate with various organization/utilities. The electricity demand forecast is basic input for formulation of National Electricity Policy, Developmental Plans and Programmes & Schemes concerning generation, transmission, trading, distribution and utilization of electricity. The demand forecast
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The latest forecast of electricity demand had been made by the 17th Electric Power Survey Committee (EPSC) and published in March, 2007. The 18th EPSC was constituted by CEA in February, 2010. The terms of reference of 18th EPS are 1.

qualifies the need for development of various areas of electricity consumption to orient the growth of the specified sectors of development and leads to planned growth in various categories of electricity consumption. Electric load forecast also drives the development of transmission highways and optimum transmission network for carrying electricity from generation centres to load centres. Inter-regional transmission links for electricity transmission from surplus region to deficit region is an important input for planning and development of such links. The load projections also facilitate planning of electricity transfer MoU and trading of electricity for the mutual benefits of surplus/deficit regions/States.

2.

To project the perspective electricity demand for the terminal years of 13th and 14th Five Year Plans i.e. year 2021-22 and 2026-27.

To forecast year wise electricity demand for each State, Union Territory, Region and All India in detail upto the end of 12th Plan i.e. for the years 2012-13 to 2016-17.

Volume II Electric Power Survey of Feb.,2012 Mega Cities

Volume I State wise/Region wise/All India 18th EPS Sept.,2011

The 2nd meeting of 18th EPSC was held on 29.3.2011 to discuss the preliminary forecast of the States and review the work of 18th EPS. The Committee decided that the Report of 18th EPS be brought out in following four volumes:-

Parikh, Former Member, Planning Commission and Shri Surya P. Sethi, Former Principal Adviser, Planning Commission, Shri T.L. Shankar, Adviser & Project Leader for Power Sector, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Prof. Sanjeev Ghotge of World Insititute of Sustainable Energy (WISE), Dr. Leena Srivastava, Sr. Vice President, Shri K. Ramanathan, Distinguished Fellow, The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) and Ms. S. Bhavani, Senior Economic Adviser representing Chief Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance. The EPSC decided the methodology to be adopted and action plan for carrying out the survey. The EPSC also decided to enlarge the scope of survey by inclusion of power survey for Mega Cities & National Capital Region, Delhi.

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The brain storming session & Ist meeting of th 18 Electric Power Survey Committee (EPSC) was held on 27.8.2010. The session was attended by Members/representatives of 18th EPSC and the eminent experts as special invitees viz. Dr. Kirit

Volume IV 18th EPS of India (by Oct., 2012 Econometric model) The 17th EPS Report was prepared in consultation with utilities by considering various assumptions, in order to keep a watch on the load (b) Analysis of Load Growth:

Volume III Electric Power Survey of June,2012 NCR, Delhi

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growth vis--vis demand forecast of various States. Analysis of energy requirement and the peak demand is being carried out regularly. All India energy requirement deviated by 0-7% in all regions except NER region. The deviation in NER region was 19% during the year. All India actual energy requirement was 861.59 BU against the projected forecast 906.32 BU. The deviation in peak demand has been observed from 8% to 17% in all regions and 13.7% deviation at all India level. The All India peak demand was observed 122.29 GW against the projected 141.68 GW at the power station bus bars. The reason of this variation mainly attributes to the heavy monsoon season spread all over India. The analysis of the demand shows that there are spurts in the peak demand by 15-30% whereas the corresponding energy demand during the same year had grown by 8-10% only. The irregular increase in peak demand without corresponding energy growth needs to be addressed through load management, Demand Side Management and T&D loss reduction programme. Accordingly many States have been advised to develop the load growth and infrastructure to provide power for all. 2.4 Publications on All India Electricity Statistics General Review & Growth of Electricity Sector in India

of Electricity Sector in India from 1947 onwards.

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2.4.1 All India Electricity Statistics General Review In General Review-2010 Nation wide electricity statistics relating to Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Consumption and Trading are included along with important information relating to growth of the Indian Electricity Sector, organizational structure of Electricity Supply Industry in India and reforms carried out by Utilities are incorporated. The General Review incorporates many important statistics/data on installed capacity, energy generation and utilization of energy along with the transmission and distribution losses. This publication contains energy utilization by various categories of electricity consumers like domestic, commercial, irrigation, industries (LV/MV, HV/EHV), public lighting, public water works, etc. The various Chapters/Tables of the publication indicates the above information Statewise/Sectorwise/Categorywise/Modewise etc. In addition, the information on captive generation by 3024 Nos. HV/EHV industries is also compiled along with installed generating capacity by captive generators. General Review 2010 containing data for the year 2008-09 was prepared. 2.4.2 Growth of Electricity Sector in India A Publication titled Growth of Electricity Sector in India from 1947-2010 was prepared in June, 2010 containing data for 2008-09 and provisional/estimated data for 2009-10 in respect of Indian Electricity Sector is also indicated. The data for this publication has been sourced from various
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Utilities and Non-utilities and various National & International Journals. This annual publication of CEA illustrates the growth of vital development indicators like generating capacity, electrical energy production, transmission and distribution network, captive power plants and pattern of consumption of electricity etc. The important statistics have been compared with the International data with respect to some of the developed and developing nations. Two new charts indicating basin wise Hydro Potential in the country were added in this edition of the publication. The booklet contains maps and charts presenting a panoramic view of the growth of Indian Electricity Sector.

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A Standing Committee is constituted under the chairmanship of Member (Planning) for considering the proposals of derating, up rating & retirement of electricity generating capacity of power stations.

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The Committee considers the performance of the units analyses the performance data and the overall generation throughout the life of the plant and carries out detailed scrutiny of technical parameters of proposed units. Keeping in view the technical merits of the proposals from case to case the committee makes recommendations for the approval of the Chairperson/Authority. During the year 2010-11 various proposals of duration / upration were considered by the standing committee of CEA on duration / upration / retirement. Approval to the upration of following units was accorded:
Net upration / deration (MW) Net Deration 5 MW Utility Agency

Sl. Name of the Station & unit nos. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 22 Bhusawal TPS Unit No.1

Installed Derated capacity /Uprated (MW) capacity (MW) 55 7 7 7 7 50 8 8 8 8

MAHAGENCO TNEB TNEB TNEB TNEB TNEB TNEB TNEB TNEB

Papanasam HE Project Unit No.1 Papanasam HE Project Unit No.2 Papanasam HE Project Unit No.3 Papanasam HE Project Unit No.4

Net Upration 1 MW Net Upration 1 MW Net Upration 1 MW Net Upration 1 MW

Mettur Dam Power House Unit No.1 Mettur Dam Power House Unit No.2 Mettur Dam Power House Unit No.3 Mettur Dam Power House Unit No.4

10 10 10 10

12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50

Net Upration 2.50 MW Net Upration 2.50 MW Net Upration 2.50 MW Net Upration 2.50 MW

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Ministry of Power, under National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) has initiated National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE). Working Group III under NMEEE had inter-alia recommended retirement of old and

Implementation of initiative of Working Group III on National Mission on Enhance Energy Efficiency for retirement of TPS in 11th Plan.

inefficient Thermal Units. As a follow up of the recommendation of NMEEE regarding retirement of old and inefficient thermal generating units, CEA has undertaken an exercise of identification of thermal units for phased retirement during 11th & 12th Plan period. The installed capacity so identified is 5000 MW (approx.) out of this an aggregate capacity of 3076 MW has been identified for retirement during 11th Plan. The following thermal units have been retired under this Plan during 2010-11 (4th year of the 11th Plan):

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Thermal units Retired under NMEEE during 2010-11


Unit No. 4 5 6 3 1 2 3 4 5 6

Chandrapur T P S (DVC) Chandrapur T P S (DVC) Chandrapur T P S (DVC) Faridabad T P S Uran Gas Station Uran Gas Station Uran Gas Station Uran Gas Station Dhuvaran TPS Dhuvaran TPS

Installed Capacity Retired (MW) 120.00 120.00 120.00 55.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 110.00 875.00 110.00 60.00

Total (Retired)(MW)

2.7

A document titled Crisis & Disaster Management Plan for Power Sector was brought out in July, 2004 to serve as a guide to all utilities involved in generation, transmission, distribution of electricity for formulating the Crisis and Disaster Management Plan for their infrastructure. In the intervening period considerable changes have taken place, such as enactment of Disaster Management
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Act (December, 2005), creation of National Disaster Management Authority. As per disaster management act 2005,Ministries/ Departments have been entrusted with specific responsibilities with regard to formulation of Crisis Management Plan/Disaster Management Plan and implementation of various steps/measures in respect of the role assigned to various respective organizations/sectors. With a view to review the document and incorporating various aspects of Disaster Management Act 2005 and related issues,
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an Inter-disciplinary Committee headed by Member (Planning), CEA with representatives from CEA, NLDC, NTPC, NHPC, OHPC, APGENCO and IPPs had been constituted with the following terms of reference: Review of Disaster Management Plan/Crisis Management Plan of Power Sector incorporating provisions of Disaster Management Act, 2005 and guidelines of NDMA and other related aspects.

Power under the chairmanship of Chairperson, CEA, in 2001, to prepare the National Perspective Plan (NPP) for Research and Development in Indian Power sector with a R&D Road Map for next 15 years and to make recommendations from time to time for optimum utilization of infrastructure, raising of funds and to ensure that the outcome of research results in benefits to the customers and enhances the operational efficiency of the sector. Earlier, the MoP approved 4 (four) R&D projects with an outlay of Rs 11.54 crores which were taken up by various organisations during the 10th Plan and

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In line with the decisions taken during the meeting of the Committee held on 8th June,2010 the review of the document is being undertaken by incorporating observations/suggestions of members of Committee. The details of Mock Drills in Power Sector conducted by various State/Central Utilities are analysed and quarterly reports submitted to MoP in accordance with the directions given during the meeting by Secretary (Security), Cabinet Secretariat in October, 2009. 2.8

To formulate mechanism for annual updating/review of Disaster Management Plan/Crisis Management Plan and implementation of the observations of DM audit and other provisions as per amendments in DM Act and guidelines of NDMA issued from time to time.

are nearing completion. The Conveners of the Task Forces, constituted by the SCRD, have been entrusted with monitoring the progress of ongoing R&D Projects. Subsequently, of the 8 (eight) R&D projects recommended by the SCRD, 6 (six) have been approved by the MoP for the 11th Plan. The statuses, both physical and financial, of these ongoing R&D projects is detailed in (a) of Annexure No. 2A. The 13th meeting of Standing Committee on R&D was chaired by the Chairperson, CEA, on 24th February, 2011 to consider the R&D projects which were recommended by the various Task Forces. The SCRD, apart from taking stock of the various on-going R&D projects, considered two projects in the area of distribution and three in hydro. The details of the projects are at (b) of Annexure-2A. Buget requirement during 2010-11 & 2011-12 for the 11th Plan Projects already approved by Ministry of Power is given below:-

Research & Development in Power Sector for Research &

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Project Total Outlay Rs 163.013 (MoP supporting fully) Rs 109.03 (Full support of MoP ) Allocated MoP share during Requirement 2009-10 as during first 2010-11 installment MoP share: Rs 134.838 Funds released Rs 14.088

(Figures in Rs lakhs) Requirement during 2011-12

S. No.

Title of the project and Implementing Organization Development of Silt Erosion Resistant Nanocomposite coatings by Physical Vapour Deposition for Hydro Turbine Components. IIT Roorkee (3 years) Tunneling in water charged zones under high hydrostatic pressure. NHPC, Faridabad. (2 years) Development of DVR based voltage source stabilizers for process industry. CDAC (2 years) Improvement in reliability, safety and long term Performance of Power and converter transformers through improvements in quality of transformer Oil- CPRI (2 years) Design and Development of HTS Fault Current Limiter. Crompton Greaves, Mumbai (2 yrs) A study on Stability and Reliability of the Power System with Large penetration of Wind Power. CPRI (Three years) TOTAL

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MoP share: Rs 52.20 Funds released

Rs 56.83

NIL

Rs 81.90 MoP share: (Full support Rs 48.93 of MoP) Funds released. Rs 90.0 MoP share: (Full support Rs 50.0 of MoP) Funds released Rs 90.0 (Full support of MoP) Rs 174.484 (MoP support is Rs 102.0) Rs 76.0lakhs Funds released MoP share: Rs 40.0 Funds released

Rs 32.97

NIL

Rs 40.0

NIL

Rs 77.2lakhs

Rs 30.0 Rs 251.088

Rs 32.0 Rs 46.088

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2.8.2 Innovative R&D Proposals

2.8.3 R&D schemes for Hydro Power Generation The various R&D Schemes/Projects to be taken up in the Hydro Sector during 12th Plan were examined and projects found feasible were identified in consultation with the Members of the Task Force representing various agencies i.e.
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BHEL, NHPC, SJVNL, IIT Roorkee, CEA & CPRI. This also include scrutiny of various R&D proposals received from different organisations and obtaining the views of the Task Force members on these proposals and the clarifications from the project proposer. This also involved organising from time to time, meetings of Task Force constituted for Hydro, as CE (HE&TD) is the convener. The necessary inputs to the Standing Committee, headed by Chairperson, CEA, as required from time to time were also provided. A list of various R&D schemes are indicated as under Details of Proposals in the field of Hydro Sector under National Prospective Plan for R&D during the year i) A. Projects under Implementation

iii)

SFC Memo for the above three proposals shall be prepared by CPRI & put up to MoP for approval. C. i) Proposals Scrutinised by Task Force but transferred to CPRI for implementation under RSOP Scheme of CPRI.

Development of a selection methodology for tunnel boring machine / road header in different geological conditions for rapid tunneling CIMFR, Nagpur & ISM, Dhanbad.

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Development of Silt Erosion Resistant Nanocomposite Coatings by Physical Vapour Deposition for Hydro Turbine Components IIT Roorkee Proposals Recommended by the Task Force and Standing Committee on R&D (SCRD)

Tunneling in water charged zones under high hydrostatic pressure - NHPC

Development of Silt Erosion Resistant Materials for Hydro Turbine GeneratorsNML, Jamshedpur

ii) Assessment of correlation between Rock types and Tunneling rate in Himalayas CIMFR, Roorkee 2.10 CEA Chairs at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

Tunneling in rock burst prone areas - CIMFR, Roorkee

An MOU exists between CEA and the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi under which two CEA Chair Professorships, one in the Center for Energy Studies alternatively Department of Mechanical Engineering and the other in Electrical Engineering Department, has been established, to fulfill following objectives: To take part in the academic programs of IIT, Delhi, as full time professors/faculty in the Center for Energy Studies alternatively Department of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Department and coordinate HRD programs in the frontier areas of Power Management;

i) ii)

Evaluation of efficacy of rock reinforcement measures on long-term stabilization of hydel caverns CIMFR, Nagpur Predicting geology and classifying rock mass for support design ahead of tunnel face CIMFR, Roorkee

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To develop R&D programs relevant to the needs of CEA and in areas defined in the appendix to the MOU; and

Energy Forum (IGEN) meeting held in New Delhi. Following activities are proposed under IGEN Phase II Programme:-

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To initiate and develop HRD programs relevant to the needs of CEA and to coordinate courses for any batch of students from the CEA.

(a) To support 15 Thermal Power Generating Utilities in various States for their plant efficiency improvement using diagnostic tools;

(b) To introduce the model power plant concept in 4 thermal power stations; (c) Human resource development to improve knowledge on critical areas such as boiler, turbine, auxiliaries and C&I; and (d) Midterm review of the project.

Efficiency Efficiency

2.11.1

Energy

2.11.2

A project Power Plant Optimization Component: Improvement in the availability and efficiency of Power Plants under IndoGerman Efficiency programme (IGEN) is being implemented jointly by M/s GTZ and CEA with the objective to promote energy efficiency and its conservation through improvement in the availability and efficiency of Power Plants. Implementation agreement between Ministry of Power and M/s GTZ was signed in November, 2006. Under the programme the work of mapping of 85 units at 47 nos. thermal power atations all over the country has been completed in association with GTZ. Now the proposed activities for thermal power plant optimization component under Phase II of Indo German Energy Programme (IGEN Programme) (October, 2009 September, 2013) has been finalized. The implementation agreement between GTZ, BEE and CEA has been signed on 1st November, 2010 during the 4th Indo-German
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In order to deal with the complex operational problem arising from the operating power stations and to deal with the enhancement of efficiency at the operating power stations, it is proposed that a common platform should be made available where latest state of the art technologies, problems and remedial actions can be shared effectively among power utilities and professionals. Under the IndoGerman Energy Forum an Excellence Enhancement Centre for Indian Power Sector (EEC) is therefore, being set up in order to initiate a mind-setting process towards a spirit to excellence and leadership. EEC has already been registered as society under societies Registration Act XXI 1860 applicable to NCT with the following objectives: a)

Excellence Enhancement Centre for Indian Power Sector

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b) To raise awareness for the need of excellence.

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d) Provide common solutions and joint action plans for mitigating problems associated with power sector in consultation with top experts of power sector. Translate, print, publish and circulate appropriate material for dissemination of useful knowledge through magazines, pamphlets or other printed mode for the development and advancement of excellence in power sector. Disseminate the best practices at the power stations.

the power industries and power plant operators for technological development.

The following shall be the ex-officio Members of the Governing Body of the EEC (i) Chairperson, CEA Ex-Officio President

(iii) Director General, BEE Member

(ii) Member (Planning), CEA Ex-Officio VicePresident (iv) Chief Engineer (C&E), CEA Member Secretary

Central Electricity Authority (CEA), accordingly took up in cooperation with GTZ-CDM India, to compile a CO2 database for all Grid connected Power stations in the country. The objective of the database is to facilitate the consistent and accurate quantification of CO2 emissions baseline by CDM project developers in the Indian Power sector. India is first CDM country in the world to have published such an official baseline for the power sector in the country as a whole. The database along with a Users Guide is available on CEA website www.cea.nic.in. The latest version 6.0 contains the data upto 2009-10. 2.11.4 Environment aspects of electricity generation

under Kyoto protocol of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) provides an opportunity for the Indian Power sector to earn revenue through the reduction of Greenhouse Gases emissions particularly Carbon Di oxide (CO2).

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(v) Secretary, CBIP Member and Treasurer

CEA collected and compiled the monthly environmental data for the year 2010-11 for thermal power stations that are in operation. Those power stations where stack emissions exceeded the norms were requested to take remedial measures and draw up action plan so that such emissions are brought down within the prescribed norms. 2.12 Performance Awards in Power Sector 2.12.1

2.11.3 Clean Development Mechanism

The EEC will be operationalised after the signing of Implementation Agreement by CEA, BEE and GIZ. The approval of DEA/MOP is awaited on the proposed Implementation Agreement. The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

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Based upon the data/ inputs furnished by various power utilities, the national awards for power utilities for meritorious performance during 2009-10 were finalized. Central Electricity Authority (CEA) plays a pivotal role in establishing a system of coal allocation and coal supply to coal based power projects. The Plant Load Factor (PLF) of the thermal power stations in the country has been improving steadily over the years in view of various initiatives being taken by the Power utilities as well as CEA. Apart from enhanced capacity addition, PLF has increased from 57.1% in 1992-93 to 75.4% in 2010-11, due to which the demand of coal had increased substantially 2.13.1 Monitoring Mechanism of Coal Supply to Power Stations 2.13 Fuel Management and Analysis

2.12.2 Awards for the Year 2009-10

generation, timely completion of thermal, hydro and transmission projects and performance in distribution companies and rural distribution franchisees in the power sector. To encourage environmental friendly measures, a new category of award namely, Environment Management Award for thermal power stations has been introduced from the year 2008-09.

Tonnes equivalent to 13 days of consumption against the normative all India coal stock requirements of 21 Million Tonnes. There was an overall improvement in All India coal stock position against the coal stock position as on 1st April, 2010 which was 14.2 Million Tonnes equivalent to 13 days of consumption. In order bridge the gap between demand and availability of coal, Power Utilities were persuaded to import coal as per their target assigned. Main reasons for the critical coal stock at various thermal power plants were less supply of coal from Coal India Limited or inadequate import/no import by some of the power utilities. During the year 2010-11, CIL had supplies around 303 MT against a target of 335 MT, thus there was a growth of only 2.0%. in coal supply. Based on the Daily Report and interaction with the concerned power utilities, the critical issues were deliberated in the meetings in the various Committees with a view to address the constraints. The various Committees to monitor coal supply are as follows :Infrastructure Constraints Review Committee, headed by Secretary (Coordination), Cabinet Secretariat.

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The coal stock position at various thermal power stations in the country is being monitored in Central Electricity Authority on a daily basis. During the year 2010-11, eighty five (85) power stations aggregating to a total installed capacity of 82,442 MW were monitored on a daily basis. As on 31st March 2011, the Critical (coal stock less than 7 days) and Super Critical (coal stock less than 4 days) power stations were twenty nine (29) and thirteen (13) respectively. All India Coal stock position as on 31st March 2011 was 15.2 Million
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normative level. for the year 2010-11, Ministry of Coal/Coal India Limited had committed to supply 335 Million Tonnes coal, in addition to this, 31 MT of coal was assessed from SCCL and 22 MT from captive mines (Bengal Emta,Kemta, ICML and Panem). Thus, a total of 388 MT coal was expected from indigenous sources. To meet the estimated requirement of 445 MT of utility power stations, an import target of 35 MT was assigned to Power Utilities. in addition to this 9MT coal was envisaged to be imported by Thermal power stations designed on imported coal. 2.13.2.2 Comparative Coal Supply Position in the year 2010-11

During the year 2010-11, details of source wise committed / assured quantity and actual receipt at the power stations is given below: (Million Tonnes)
Actual Receipt (MT)

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Coal receipt consumption and stock position at various utility power stations during the last 3 years is given as under: (Million Tonnes)
STATUS Demand 2008-09 378.0 343.0 342.6 16.1 2009-10 404.0 363.0 352.3 23.2 YEAR 2010-11 445.0 388.0 354.9 30.8

*CIL SCCL Captive Mines Bengal Emta ICML Panem Berrmo Jindal Kemta Import Total *

335 31 22.0 3.7 2.7 7.2 0.4 5.5 2.5 46 434

302.8 33.6 21.6 3.0 2.7 7.9 0.3 5.2 2.2 30.3 388

90 108 97 81 100 110 75 96 88 66 89

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Receipt (indigenous coal) Receipt (Imported coal) Total Receipt * Opening Stock (includes Imported coal) (includes Imported coal) Closing Stock # * 30 (includes Imported coal) (including Imported Coal)

358.7 11.1 355.4 11.7

375.5 11.7 367.3 14.6

385.7 14.6 386.6 16.0

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During the year 2010-11, against a import target of 35 MT coal, the power utilities had imported around 21.8 Million Tonnes of coal. Out of this, 21
S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 11 9 Board/ Utility HPGCL PSEB RVUNL 1 Annual Target of Imported Coal 1.450 0.300 1.460 1.080 0.800 0.500 1.480 3.350 0.600 1.600 1.800 0.900 0.100 1.730 0.630 13.900 0.300 0.060 0.100 0.300 0.720 0.300 0.030 0.030 0.100 35.000 0.200 1.180 2

MT was received at the power stations and 0.79 MT was available at ports. Utility-wise details of annual targets of imported coal and coal received are detailed below:
Receipt at TPSs during March -2011 0.000 0.000 0.222 0.000 0.000 0.026 0.081 0.451 0.045 0.000 0.374 0.240 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.057 0.888 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.395 0.011 4 (Million Tonnes) Available at Port 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.000 0.003 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.162 0.000 0.622 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.788 5 Pro-rata Receipt % 7 5 27 115 75 69 45 0 136 121 123 19 71 34 81 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 62 0 18 0 0

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Receipt at TPSs during April-Feb. 11 0.079 0.000 0.170 0.000 0.143 0.547 1.024 1.865 0.765 0.718 1.802 0.869 0.000 0.323 0.288 0.341 9.694 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.014 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 18.642 0.000 3

Total 6=(3+4+5) 0.079 0.000 0.392 0.000 0.143 0.573 1.106 2.316 0.813 0.718 2.176 1.109 0.000 0.323 0.450 11.204 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.025 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 21.825 0.000 0.398

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NTPC(JV) Muzaffarpur NTPC(JV) Ind Gandhi Reliance ROSA STERLITE

NTPC SAIL POWER Co TATA (MAITHON RB) LANCO ANPARA DPL CSEB TOTAL

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2.13.2.5 Generation Loss During the year 2010-11, Power Utilities reported a generation loss of 8.1 BU due to shortage of coal. Out of this, 4.0 BU reported at Farakka TPS and Kahalgaon TPS which was manly due to delay in development of linked coal mine for the above mentioned pit head power plants. Railway was also able to supplement only on an average 2.5 rakes per day of imported coal against a requirement of 4 rakes per day. 2.13.2.6 Specific Coal Consumption The specific coal consumption of power plants in the year 2009-10 was 0.72kg/kwh as compared to 0.74 kg/kwh during the year 2008-09. This was due to increase in consumption of imported coal. 2.13.2.7 Coal Quality Issues It was observed that supply of oversized coal, boulders, foreign material and sticky coal being received from BCCL, CCL etc. was a matter of concern. Apart from frequent break down in coal handling system of Power Stations this had also resulted in high detention of railway rakes and resulted in heavy demurrage charges on Power Utilities. CEA had sent details of the complaints about coal quality as received from power utilities to Ministry of Coal, Ministry of Power, Ministry of Railways and Coal India Limited for necessary remedial action. 2.13.2.8 Estimated Coal Requirement for the year 2011-12 For the year 2011-12, a coal based capacity addition programme of 12375 MW including capacity addition of 9913 MW based on indigenous
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coal and 2462 MW based on imported coal is envisaged. CEA estimated that the total coal requirement is 475 MT comprising of 455 MT from indigenous coal based projects and 20 MT for the projects based on imported coal. The total coal availability from indigenous sources is expected to be 402MT resulting in a shortfall of 53MT of indigenous coal availability. The Power Utilities have been advised to import 35 MT to bridge this shortfall in availability of domestic coal. 2.14 Gas supply to Gas based Power Stations

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Out of total 1, 73, 626.40 MW installed generating capacity in the country as on 31st March 2011, 17,706.35 MW (about 10.20%) was gas/liquid (excluding DG stations) fuel based. CEA monitored the supply of gas to power stations of total 16, 639.77 MW capacities which use gas as the primary fuel. The liquid fuels, being freely available, were not monitored by CEA. However, the monthly fuel consumption data for liquid fuel based GT stations (total installed capacities 1,066.58 MW as on 31.3.2011) and annual fuel consumption data for DG (10 MW and above) stations are being collected and compiled from the year 2007-08 and report being sent to all concerned. Similarly, annual Secondary Fuel Oil Consumption (SFOC) data for Coal/Lignite based thermal power stations is being collected and compiled and report being sent to all concerned. 2.14.1 Gas Requirement & Supply Position The production and supply of gas had not been keeping pace with the growing demand of gas in the country, including for that of power sector. Even the commitments of gas allocations made earlier to power stations were not fulfilled. Supply of gas to gas based power plants during last few years had been as under:

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Capacity at the Gas Required* end of year (MMSCMD) (MW) (3) 9028.70 9432.90 9949.00 10,154.90 10,224.90 10,919.62 12,444.42 13,408.92 13,599.62 15,769.27 16,639.77 (4) 44.54 46.31 48.26 49.25 49.73 53.38 61.18 65.67 66.61 78.09 81.42

Aver. Gas Supplied (MMSCMD) (5) 24.40 24.33 25.12 25.62 30.70 35.37 35.10 38.14 37.45 55.45 59.31

Shortfall (MMSCMD) (6)=(4)-(5) 20.14 21.98 23.14 23.63 19.03 18.01 26.08 27.53 29.16 22.64 22.11

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The production of gas from KG basin (D-6) has started from April 2009 and hence the gas supply to Gas based GT stations have improved considerably since then.It may be seen from above that the gas supply for gas based power stations have been inadequate. It was enough to operate these stations at about 50.6% % PLF only during 2008-09. Similarly the average gas supply during 2009-10 was 55.45MMSCMD,against the requirement of 78.09 MMSCMD (as on 31.3.2010 to operate the stations at 90% PLF, which was sufficient to operate these stations at about 63.98% PLF. The average gas supply during the year 201011 was 59.31 MMSCMD, against the requirement of 81.42 MMSCMD (as on 31.3.2011) to operate the stations at 90% PLF, which was sufficient to operate these stations at about 65.56% PLF

There was a shortage in availability of gas. This resulted in loss of generation of power. In case of gas based power stations having provision for the use of alternate fuels, such as naphtha, HSD, generation was augmented by use of such fuels. On account of the prevailing high costs of liquid fuels resulting in high cost of generation, the actual generation using these fuels was, however, dependent upon the requirement/acceptance by the beneficiaries. Loss of generation due to shortage in availability of gas as reported to CEA and based on possible operation of power plants at 90% PLF were as under:

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Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

As reported to CEA by Gas Based Power Stations 7.03 7.69 8.06 11.99 3.24 6.39 9.34

Generation Loss during the year (BUs)

Based on possible operat. of gas power plants at 90% PLF 23.71 23.88 26.33 31.17 33.71 25.02 28.27

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3.1 Transmission Planning transmission system, as on 31-03-2011 was 20750 MW. At present, except Southern Region, all the other four regions are inter-connected in synchronous mode and are operating in parallel. Total inter-regional transmission capacity by the end of 9th Plan was 5750 MW. During 10th Plan i.e. 2002-07, a total of 8300 MW of inter-regional capacities were added. Thus, total inter-regional transmission capacity by the end of 10th Plan was 14050 MW. During 11th Plan i.e. 2007-12, inter-regional transmission systems of 17600 MW capacity have been planned and it is expected that, by end of 11th Plan, total inter-regional transmission capacity of the National power grid would be increased to 31650 MW. Out of the programme for 11th Plan, 2400 MW capacity was added during 2007-08, 3300 MW during 2008-09 and 1000 MW during 2009-10. Barh-Balia 400 kV D/C line of 1600 MW capacity has been completed during 2010-11, but is yet to be commissioned. Details of existing and planned inter-regional transmission capacity up to end of 11th plan are shown in Annexure - 3A. 3.3

3.2

All issues relating to planning and development of Transmission System in the country are dealt in the Power System Wing of CEA. This includes evolving long term and short term transmission plans. The network expansion plans are optimized based on network simulation studies and techno economic analysis. This also involves formulation of specific schemes, evolving a phased implementation plan in consultation with the Central and State transmission utilities and assistance in the process of investment approval for the Central Sector schemes, issues pertaining to development of National Power Grid in the country and issues relating to trans-country power transfer. Transmission planning studies are being conducted to identify evacuation system from generation projects and to strengthen the transmission system in various regions. The studies for long-term perspective plans are also being carried out on All India basis for establishing inter regional connectivity aimed towards formation of the National Power Grid system. The National Power Grid system is being evolved to facilitate free flow of power across regional boundaries, to meet the short fall of deficit regions from a surplus region, for evacuation of power from project(s) located in one region to the beneficiaries located in other region(s) as well as facilitate trading of electricity among buyers and sellers in various regions. Inter-regional Transmission System in India-National Grid

A national power grid in the country is being developed in phased manner. By now, all the regional grids have already been inter-connected and total transmission capacity of inter-regional

The Regional Standing Committees on Power System Planning constituted by CEA have representation of CEA, Transmission Utilities of constituent States of the region, Central Transmission Utility (i.e. POWERGRID), representative of Central Sector Generating companies and Regional power Committee. The requirement of inter state transmission system for evacuation of generation and for system
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improvement are evolved on the basis of power system study and firmed up through discussion in the meetings of the Regional Standing Committee of power system planning. 3.3.2 Standing Committee Meetings held during 2009-10 Northern Region

20-09-2010 at NRPC, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi.

Southern Region

29th Meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Northern Region held on 29th December 2010 at POWERGRID, Gurgaon. 30th Meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Southern Region held on 13-04-2010 at POWERGRID, Gurgaon.

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The issues pertaining to transmission system planning which were taken up during these meetings are given in Annexure 3B.

Standing Committee meeting on Power System Planning in Eastern Region held on 28-12-2010 at POWERGRID, Gurgaon.

Following is the list of DPRs/FRs of hydro power projects examined for processing of clearance by CEA Northern Region

Examination of DPR/FR of Hydro Power Projects for processing of clearance by CEA

Himachal Pradesh (i) Shontong Karcham HEP (450 MW) (ii) Sainj HEP (100 MW) (iii) Bajoli Holi (180 MW) Uttarakhand (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Koteshwar II HE Project(400 MW)) Tiuni Plasu HEP (24x3=72 MW) Vyasi HEP (60x2=120 MW) Jelam Tamak HEP (128 MW) Devsari HEP (252 MW) Bogudiyar- Sirkari Bhoyal HEP (3x73=146 MW)

Western Region

31st Meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Southern Region held on 16-11-2010 at NRPC, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi. 30th meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Western Region held on 08-07-2010 at NRPC, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi.

Eastern Region

31st meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Western Region held on 27-12-2010 at POWERGRID, Gurgaon.

Jammu and Kashmir (i) Baghliar H.E Project (3x150=450 MW) Stage-II HEP

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Eastern Region (i) (i) Dagmara HEP (5x25 MW) by M/s BSHEPC. Lethang H.E. Project (3x32 MW) by M/s KHC Ltd. Arunachal Pradesh Sikkim Bihar

SR-XIV

PGCILs scheme System Strengthening in SR-XV

PGCILs scheme System Strengthening in SR-XVI

PGCILs scheme System Strengthening in SR-XVII

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Common transmission system for transfer of power from IPP projects in Southern Region to WR and NR- scheme I

(i) Nyamjang Chhu HEP (6x130 MW) (ii) Nafra HEP ( 2x60 MW) (iii) Demwe Upper HEP (4x272.5+1x50 MW) (iv) Hirong HEP (4x125 MW) (v) Naying HEP (4x250 MW) (vi) Talong Londa HEP (3x75 MW) (vii) Tato II HEP (4x175 MW) (viii) Tawang I HEP (3x200 MW) (ix) Tawang II HEP (4x200 MW) (i) Mizoram Manipur Kolodyne II HEP (4x115 MW)

Common Transmission System associated with Coastal Energen Private Ltd. and IndBharat Power (Madras) Ltd. LTOA generation projects in Tuticorin area Part-B Dedicated 400kV D/C quad transmission line from GMR Rajamundry Energy Ltd. to Khammam in AP

Transmission system associated with Krishnapatnam UMPP -PartA ,Part-B and Part-C

Common Transmission System associated with East Coast and NCC power projects in Srikakulam area -PartA ,Part-B and Part-C Dedicated transmission line for Costal Energens 2x600MW power plant in Tuticorin district, Tamilnadu. Common system associated with ISGS projects in Krishnapatnam area. East Coast Energy private Ltds schemeconstruction of 400kV transmission lines of Bhavanapadu thermal power project Ph -1 (2x660 MW)

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(i) Chapki HEP (3x2.5 MW)

A list of transmission proposals examined for approval u/s 68 is given below. Southern Region PGCILs scheme System strengthening in

Examination and appraisal of Transmission Schemes for approval under Section 68 of Electricity Act, 2003 during 2010-11

Common transmission system associated with ISGS projects in Vemagiri area of APPart -A

Common transmission system associated with ISGS projects in Nagapattinam / Cudalore area in TN-Part -A

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Transmission system for connectivity of Thermal Powertech Corp. India Ltd. Strengthening

Northern Region

Transmission system for immediate evacuation of power from Tilaiya UMPP (4000MW) by PGCIL in Jharkhand. Transmission system for evacuation of power from Orissa IPPs Phase-I. Eastern Regional Strengthening Scheme-IV.

Transmission System for transfer of power from generation projects in Sikkim to NR/WR and transmission system for development of new pooling station in Northern part of west Bengal/Bihar and transfer of power from Bhutan to NR/WR.

Revised Eastern Regional Scheme-III.

Northern Regional System Strengthening Scheme-XXII. Transmission System associated with Tehri PSP.

Northern Regional system strengthening scheme-XXI

Transmission System associated with 300MW generation project at Beawar of M/s Shree Cement Pvt. Ltd.

400 kV D/c overhead transmission lines connecting Rosa TPP(Stage II)and proposed 400 kV substation of PGCIL at Shahjanhanpur to Rosa Power Supply Company Limited. Northern Regional system strengthening scheme-XXIII System Strengthening Scheme in NR for Tilaiyya, Nabinagar and Barh-II

Combined Transmission system in NR/WR/ER for evacuation of power from Orissa IPPs Phase-I.

Dedicated Transmission System for connecting Rangit HEP (120 MW) with the New Melli pooling station of CTU (PGCIL).

Dedicated Transmission System for connecting GMR TPS (2x525 MW) with the Angul pooling station of CTU (PGCIL).

Dedicated Transmission System for connecting Sterlite TPS (4x600 MW) with the Jhasurguda pooling station of CTU (PGCIL).

Dedicated Transmission System for connecting Jindal TPS (2x600 MW) with the Angul pooling station of CTU (PGCIL).

Installation of overhead lines under Transmission System associated interconnection between Electrical grid of India and Bangladesh- Indian portion.

Western Region

Dedicated Transmission system of Athena Chattishgarh Power Private Limited (ACPPL) System Strengthening Common for WR & NR Transmission system of M/s Moser Baer Power Limited generation project (2X600 MW) coming up in Madhya Pradesh Transmission associated with Solapur TPP

Installation of transformer at Vapi and Mapusa substation Construction of 400 kV D/C line with ACSR quad Moose from GMR Chattishgarh Energy Private Limited (GCEPL) generation switchyard to Raipur PS

Dedicated Transmission System for connecting Adhunik TPS (540 MW) with the Jamshedpur sub-station of CTU (PGCIL).
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Installation of overhead line under transmission system associated with 1320 MW Jaypee Nigrie STPP in MP

system by M/s Talcher II Transmission Company Ltd. (100% subsidiary of Reliance Power Transmission Ltd.) Transmission Lines associated with System Strengthening in Northern Region for import of power from North Karanpura and other projects outside Northern Region and System Strengthening in Western Region for import of power from North Karanpura and other projects outside Western Region and also for power evacuation from projects within Western Region by M/s North Karanpura Transmission Company Ltd. (100% subsidiary of Reliance Power Transmission Ltd.) Transmission Lines associated with EastNorth Interconnection for laying down 400kV D/C Bongaigaon-Siliguri Transmission Line & 400kV D/C Bhiarsharif-Purnea Transmission Line by M/s. East-North Interconnection Company Limited

Errection of 400kV D/C line from Kasaipalli generating station to 765/400kV Bharari(Bilaspur) pooling station of PGCIL.. Installation of 400kV D/C transmission line for connectivity of Vandana Vidyut with interstate transmission line (korbaBirsingpur)bt Powergrid by LILO arrangement Transmission system for connectivity of Chitrangi Power Limited generation project coming up in MP

LILO of one circuit of Sugen-Pirana400kV D/C line at UNOSUGEN

Dedicated transmission line for 1x600MW Korba West Power Company Limited

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Examination and appraisal of Transmission Schemes for approval under Section 164 of Electricity Act, 2003 during 2010-11

Western Region System Strengthening Scheme - XIII

400kV D/C transmission line from DGEN Generating station to Navsari substation

Transmission system for connectivity of Essar Power Gujrat ltd generation Project coming up in Gujrat

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Western Region

Transmission System associated with 300MW generation project at Beawar of M/s Shree Cement Pvt. Ltd.

Eastern Region

GMR Rajahmundry Energy Ltd (GREL)s scheme dedicated 400kV transmission line from GREL Vemagiri to Khammam. Transmission lines associated with Augmentation of Talcher-II transmission

Construction of dedicated 400kV D/C Twin Moose line from EMCO Power plant to Bhadravati(PG). Construction of GCEPLRaipur PS (PG) 400kV D/C line. Cross-Border power exchange

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establish 1x500 MW HVDC back to back link between Eastern grid of India and Western grid of Bangladesh. This link would enable exchange of power in either direction to the tune of 500 MW. The scope of the agreed cross border interconnection is as following: India portion: Baharampur (India)-Bheramara (Bangladesh) 400kV D/C line LILO of Farakka - Jeerat 400kV S/C line at Baharampur Establishment of 400kV Switching Station at Baharampur

on 6-7th March, 2011 at Dhaka, progress of the activities for the cross-border interconnection was reviewed. The overall progress is as following:

The BPTA between POWERGRID and BPDB (Bangladesh Power Development Board) has been signed on 26.7.2010

M/s. NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Ltd. (NVVN) is the nodal agency in Indian side for trading of electricity between India and Bangladesh

Bangladesh portion:

Baharampur (India)-Bheramara (Bangladesh) 400kV D/C line LILO of Ishurdi - Khulna South 230kV D/C line at Bheramara Establishment of 500MW HVDC back-toback Station and 230kV Switching Station at Bheramara

Indian portion of the works is estimated to cost Rs. 169.86 crores (USD 36.06 million) and would be implemented by POWERGRID. Bangladesh portion of the works is estimated to cost Rs. 736.84 crores (USD 156.44 million) and the works would be implemented by PGCB, Bangladesh (Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd.). In the 2nd meeting of Joint Working Group (JWG) of the two countries held on 22nd June, 2010 in Delhi and subsequently, in the 3rd meeting of Joint Steering Committee (JSC) and JWG held
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For procurement and supply of additional power in excess of 250 MW to Bangladesh from Indian Electricity Market, NVVN will be the nodal agency and will engage with BPDB in the matter.

The Govt. of India will allocate 250 MW from Central generating stations for Bangladesh and in this regard draft Power Purchase Agreement between BPDB and NVVN is being fianlised.

The Indian portion of the works is scheduled for completion by Sept., 2012 The Bangladesh portion is scheduled for completion of March/April, 2013

3.7.2 India-Bhutan Agreement

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consultancy, CEA submitted the first draft NTGMP report in Nov. 2010, considering various HEPs to be harnessed in Bhutan by 2020. Subsequently, the RGoB submitted revised load data and capacity addition programme for 2020 scenario along with a list of prospective new HEPs for 2030 scenario targeting total hydro development programme for 26,500 MW. Accordingly, the NTGMP exercise is being reviewed. 3.7.3 Roadmap for SAARC Electricity (SAME) Market for

The 16th South Asian Association Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit was held in Thimpu, Bhutan on 28-29th April 2010, wherein the Indias proposal for Roadmap for developing SAARC Market for Electricity (SAME) on regional basis was taken up. This Roadmap was further discussed in the 2nd meeting of the SAARC Expert Group (SEG) on Electricity, held in Udaipur on 18th January, 2011 and action plan for its implementation was finalized.

April 2009, it was recommended that the SAARC Energy Centre (SEC) may prepare the draft Terms of Reference (TORs) for Regional intergovernmental Framework Agreement. The TOR was finalized by the Expert Group Meeting held in Goa, India on December 22, 2009. Subsequently, the Government of India prepared a Draft SAARC Inter-Governmental Framework Agreement for Energy Cooperation (Electricity), which was circulated among the Member States through the SAARC Secretariat. The draft Agreement was discussed in SAARC Workshop held at Udaipur on 19th January 2011 and was finalized after detailed deliberations. The Final draft would be circulated to the Member States through the SAARC Secretariat for their consideration. 3.7.5 Examination of interim report of Tamanthi HEP (6x200 MW) in Myanmar The interim report for development of 1200 MW hydro electric project at Tamanthi in Myanmar was prepared by NHPC Ltd. In the interim report, composite transmission system for evacuation of power from Tamanthi (1200 MW) and Shwazaye (642 MW) in Myanmar was considered. The power from the projects is proposed to be delivered at pooling point in North Eastern Region through 400 kV AC network and further evacuated to Northern / Western Region over +/- 800 kV 6000 MW HVDC line. 3.8 (i) Examination schemes of NER transmission

3.7.4 Finalisation of Draft SAARC InterGovernmental Framework Agreement for Energy Cooperation (Electricity) In the Fifteenth SAARC Summit held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on 2-3rd August 2008, the regional cooperation in energy was reviewed and emphasized the need to develop the regional hydro potential, grid connectivity and gas pipelines. It was desired in the meeting that the possibility of evolving an appropriate regional intergovernmental framework for Energy Cooperation may be explored to facilitate such an endeavor. In the Fifth Meeting of the SAARC Working Group on Energy held in Thimphu, Bhutan on 29-30th

(ii)

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(iv) Examination of construction of 132 kV S/C WokhaZunhebotoMokokchung transmission line PhaseI, WokhaDoyang NH61 in Nagaland for possible funding under NLCPR. (v)

(iii) Upgradation of 132/66/33 kV grid S/S at Nagarjan, Dimapur from 3x20 MVA to 2x100 MVA for possible funding under NLCPR.

New Kohima line and augmentation of 132 kV Dimapur S/S

4.

5.

Establishment of Pooling Stations at Raigarh (Kotra) and Raipur for IPP Generation Projects in Chhattisgarh Estimated Cost Rs. 1723.60 crores including and IDC of Rs. 108.66 crores at 3rd Quarter 2010 Price level.

(vi) Transmission Project (Ph-I): 132 kV D/C line from Surajmaninagar to Budhjungnagar and associated feeders bay at Budhjungnagar, West Tripura under NLCPR

Transmission Project (Ph-I): 132 kV D/C line from Surajmaninagar to 79 Till Grid S/S, West Tripura under NLCPR

6.

Establishment of Pooling Stations at Champa and Raigarh (near Tamnar) for IPP Generation Projects in Chhattisgarh Estimated cost Rs. 2029.69 crores including an IDC of Rs. 129.23 crores at 3rd Quarter 2010 Price level. Transmission system for transfer of power from Generation Projects in Sikkim to NR/WR (Part-B) Estimated Cost Rs. 1589.84 crores including and IDC of Rs. 102.13 crores at 3rd Quarter 2010 Price level.

(vii) Transmission Project (Ph-I): 400 kV Substation at Surajmaninagar (to be charged at 132 kV) and infrastructure development, West Tripura under NLCPR. 3.9 Technical Appraisal and vetting of transmission schemes of POWERGRID costing more than 1000 Crores

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2.

Transmission System associated with Coastal Energen Private Ltd. and Ind-Bharath Power (Madras) Ltd. LTOA generation projects in Tuticorn area (Part-B)

3.

Transmission System for Integration of Pooling stations in Chhattisgarh with central part of WR for IPP generation projects in Chhattisgarh Transmission system for Phase 1 Generation Projects in Orissa (Part-B) Estimated Cost Rs. 2743.19 crores including and IDC of Rs. 180.92 crores at 3rd Quarter 2010 Price level.

Transmission system planning studies were carried out to evolve a composite system for evacuation of power from generation projects envisaged beyond 11th plan. Studies were carried out to identify long-term system strengthening requirements in various regions/states. A list of studies carried out to evolve long term perspective plan are as below: Transmission system planning studies were carried out to evolve a composite system for evacuation of power from generation projects envisaged beyond 11th plan. Studies were carried out to identify long-term system strengthening
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Transmission system for Phase 1 Generation Projects in Orissa (Part-C) Estimated Cost Rs. 2662.50 crores including and IDC of Rs. 175.15 crores at 3rd Quarter 2010 Price level.

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requirements in various regions/states. A list of studies carried out to evolve long term perspective plan are as below: Transmission System for evacuation of power from Yeramaras (2x800 MW)& Edlapur(1x800 MW) Generation projects of KPCL near Raichur in Karnataka.

Strengthening of Southern region grid to address issue of congestion in S1-S2 bid areas. Transmission System for evacuation of power from Rayalseema St-IV (1x600MW) of APGENCO in Andhra Pradesh.

Generation Co. Pvt. (Nagapattinam), Spectrum Power Generation Ltd., Reliance Infrastructure Limited, GVK Gautami Power Ltd., GVK Power (Jegurupadu) Pvt. Ltd, Rajanagaram Gas Power Pvt. Ltd., RVK Energy (Rajahmundry) Pvt. Ltd., PPN Power Generating Co. Pvt. Ltd generation projects in Southern region. Power system studies were carried out to evolve the transmission system for evacuation of power from generation projects envisaged during 12th plan for NEP.

Transmission planning studies for strengthening of Southern Region network i.e Sorthern Region System Strengthening Scheme XIV, XV,XVI

System Studies for providing LTA/ connectivity to Simhapuri Energy Pvt. Ltd., Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd., Krishnapatnam Power Corporation Ltd. (Navayuga), Kineta Power Pvt. Ltd., Thermal Powertech Pvt. Ltd., Nelcast Energy Corpn. Ltd., East-Coast Energy Pvt. Ltd., NCC Power Projects Ltd., Alfa Infraprop Pvt. Ltd. , Coastal Energen Pvt. Ltd., Ind-barath Power (Madras) Ltd., GMR Rajahmundry Energy Ltd., Lanco Kondapalli Power Pvt. Ltd., NSL Power Pvt. Ltd. (Nagapattinam), PEL Power Ltd. (Nagapattinam), IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power Co. Ltd.(Cuddalore), Sindya Power

Transmission System proposed by TNEB Setting up of Karamadai 400/230kV substation by TNEB.

Long term planning studies were carried out to evolve a composite system for evacuation of power from generation projects (1000MW) corresponding to 2020 in Bhutan with various alternatives and also Studies were carried out to identify long-term system strengthening requirements in Bhutan. This work rendered by Govt. of Bhutan to CEA as a Consultancy work and based on the studies results a draft Report on National Transmission Grid Master plan (NTGMP) for Bhutan was prepared and submitted to Bhutan Govt. 3.10.2 Short Term Planning Studies

Power system studies were carried out to evolve the transmission system th corresponding to 12 plan with various alternatives for strengthening the Purnea Gokarna section for reliable power supply to West Bengal.

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Ganga Crossing Transmission Line at Fatuah near Patna. (vi) Assistance to CPRI: Examined SFC proposal of CPRI of Rs. 62.65 Crores in respect pf Augmentation of High Voltage test facility, Diagnostic, Relay Vibration, LED test facilities and Infrastructure protection.

3.11 Consultancy services and various utilities (i)

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3.11.1 Representation / Nomination in the Committees a)

Power Development Department, Govt. of J&K: 220kV and 132kV Transmission Systems covered under Prime Ministers Reconstruction Plan which includes number of Transmission Lines at 220 kV and 132 kV voltage level and 220/132 kV and 132/33 kV Sub Stations (16 Nos). WAPCOS: Transmission and Substation work relating to Salma Hydro Project, Afghanistan.

A Committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Engineer (SETD), was constituted to investigate causes of failure and to suggest remedial measures to avert/minimize the failure in respect of the following:i) Transmission line towers of 220kV & above Voltage Class

(ii)

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(iii) Damodar Valley Corporation: Design of 220kV, 132kV and 33kV Transmission Line Towers. (iv) Assistance to Delhi Transco. Ltd. and APTRANSCO in the preparation of technical specification and evaluation of tenders for 220 kV & 132 kV XLPE Cables and GIS Substation (v)
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BSEB, Govt of Bihar: consultancy services to BSEB for rehabilitation of 220 kV D/C

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As a part of activity of Standing Committee to assess the cause of failure of various Transmission Line Towers of 220 kV and above voltage level of Power Grid, investigations in respect of the following lines were carried out and remedial measures suggested. Standing committee of experts headed by CE (SETD), CEA submitted report for the same. 1. 2. 400 kV D/C Misa-Balipara 400 kV D/C Binaguri-New Purnia

a)

b) Failure of 220/66-33 kV, 100 MVA transformer at Park Street Substation of Delhi Transco. Ltd. c) Failure of 400/220/33 kV, 315 MVA transformer at Mandola Substation of PGCIL.

Failure of two 220/66/11 kV, 100 MVA transformers at Mehrauli S/S of M/s Delhi Transco Ltd.

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400 kV S/C Dulhasti-Kishenpur (Xarm damage) 220 kV D/C Arah-Khagaul 400 kV S/C Agra-Ballabhgarh

400 kV D/C Malda-New Purnia Line

400 kV D/C Siliguri-Purnia Quad Line (Powerlinks Transmission Ltd.)

220 kV D/C Dalkhola-Purnia

d) Failure of two 220/66 kV, 100 MVA transformers at Okhla S/S of M/s Delhi Transco Ltd. e) Failure of 400/220/33 kV, 315 MVA ICT at Dehgam Substation (Western Region - II) of PGCILf)Failure of 220/66 kV, 100 MVA transformer at Baddi Sub Station of HPSEB.

3.13 Technology Improvement Programme in Power System After completion of training at Chicago, USA, following Pilot Project was taken up with SEBs in following area: Residual Life Assessment (RLA) of Substation Equipment Construction of any transmission system requires huge investment and the cost of EHV Substation equipment contributes a major portion of cost of the transmission system. As the transmission lines and substations grow old, there is a need of condition monitoring of substation equipment material to assess their residual life and ensure timely action to prevent

10.

400 kV S/C Farakka-Subhashgram

As a part of activity of Standing Committee to assess the cause of failure of various S/S equipment of 220 kV and above voltage class, investigation in respect of the following utilities was carried out and recommendation sent to concerned utility.

3.12.2 Substation Equipment

400 kV D/C Malda-New Purnia LILO (Loc No. 74 & 75)

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catastrophic failures. A pilot project on Residual Life Assessment of Substation Equipment was taken up with the MSEB (now MSETCL). The following diagnostic tools were procured and installed in 220/33 kV Mudsighi400/220kV Kolhapur-II Substation of MSETCL at Kolhapur and are being used. ii) i) Transformer Winding Resistance Meter (3 phase) Digital Earth Tester

transmission lines and sub-stations at voltage levels of 220 kV and above is being carried out with a both to ensure evacuation of power from new power system network in the country. view to achieve completion of transmission system Generating Stations as well as to strengthen the For the year 2010-11, a programme for

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vi) vii)

Circuit Breaker Operation Analyzer

Automatic relay test kit

Contact Resistance Meter

comprising of 12515 Ckm of 400 kV and 6048 Against this programme, 7996 Ckm of 400 kV and 7165 Ckm of 220 kV transmission lines aggregating

In addition to above, the following diagnostic tools, which were being used in MSETCL, are at present being utilized by GETCO, Ahmedabad. 1. On line Dissolved gas Analyzer for Transformer

Automatic Capacitance & Tan Delta Measuring Equipment.

Leakage current monitor for lightning arrester

2010-11 are given in Annexure 3C. Voltage-wise/

of transmission lines completed during the year Sector-wise actual

to 15161 Ckm were actually commissioned. Details

achievement vis--vis programme for the year in Charts I,II and III.

2010-11 in respect of transmission lines are given Similarly, for the year 2010-11 in respect

2. 3.

Partial Discharge Measuring Equipment for Transformer Frequency Response Analyzer for Transformer.

and 11776 MVA at 220 kV was envisaged.

capacity comprising of 15960 MVA at 400 kV Against this programme, 13970 MVA at 400 kV level and 17687 MVA at 220 kV aggregating to Details of sub-stations completed during 201011 are given in Annexure 3D.
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3.15 Inspection of

The Chief Electrical Inspector and Electrical Inspectors appointed by the Central Government under section 162 of EA 2003 discharge the and Functions of Chief Electrical Inspector and procedures provided in Central Electricity functions described in The Qualifications, Powers Electrical Inspectors Rules, 2006 as per the Authority (Measures Relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010. The Chief Engineer of

installations within their respective jurisdictions.

Central and State Electrical Inspectors in respect of

statutory inspection of electrical installations by

The Indian Electricity Act, 2003 stipulates

Electrical Installations

(c) Inspection of Electrical installations in cinema house under the respective.

of capacity exceeding 10 kW respectively.

voltage exceeding 650 V & generating plants

certificates for grant of annual license to the

Cinema house and issue of no objection

Cinematography Act in force in the Union Territories. (d) Investigation of fatal and non-fatal electrical to avoid recurrence of such accidents in (e) Scrutiny of cases regarding construction future. accidents and remedial measures to be taken

Chief Electrical Inspector and is assisted by the officers Organizations (RIOs) with Headquarters at New from five Regional

Electrical Inspectorate Division is appointed as

officers of Electrical Inspectorate Division and the

Inspectorial

under overhead lines involving infringement of Regulations 60, 61 & 63 of Central Electricity Authority (Measures Relating to 2010. Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations,

various responsibilities, briefly described as under: installations and issue of notices to the

appointed as Electrical Inspectors in discharging the

Delhi, Chennai, Shillong, Mumbai & Kolkata

(a) Statutory periodic inspection of electrical owners of installations for compliance under Regulation 30 of Central Electricity Authority Supply) Regulations, 2010.

(f) Issue of Electrical Contractor licenses and wireman through the Licensing Board in respect of Union Territory of Puducherry. RESUME OF INSPECTION WORK DONE The Electrical Inspectorate Division and its five Regional Inspectorial Organisations inspected a number of installations comprising of 213944 Eq. MV and collected a revenue of Rs. 373.58 lakhs during 2010-11, the region wise break up of which is given below:
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(b) Scrutiny of references received under Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010 for and granting approval Authority (Measures Relating to Safety and energisation of electrical installation of for Regulations 43 & 32 of Central Electricity

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Eq. MV installations (Nos.) 2009-10 43220 46070 62300 13473 208017 42954 2010-11 51489 48541 45340 21229 213944 47345

Fee Collected (Rupees in Lakhs) 2009-10 131.54 96.74 36.88 357.80 29.88 62.76 2010-11 96.60 88.69 27.13 55.78

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3.15.1 Major Achievement In Terms of Inspection During The Year 2010-11 (Important installations inspected)

2.2 Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety and Electricity Supply) Regulations, 2010 were formulated under Section 53 read with Section 177 (2) (b) of Electricity Act, 2003. These regulations have been notified and have come into force with effect from 24th September 2010 in place of I.E. Rules 1956.

A) New Electrical Installations under Regulation 43 & 32 of Central Electricity Authority (Measures Relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010.

c)

Sonepat, Kaithal-Meerut, GorakhpurLucknow, Mundka-Jhajjar, KanpurBallabhgarh, Abdullapur-Sonepat, DamohBirsinghpur, Degam-Pirana, Sugen-Pirana, Bhadrawati-Parli, Raipur-Raigarh, Ranchodpura-Limbdi, Tiruniveli-Edamon, Udumalpet-Arasur, Kundankulan-Tiruniveli, Barh-Balia, Maithon-Maithon Right Bank, Baripada-Menhasal, RanchRourkelaKoderma-Biharshariff, 220 kV Misa-Byrnihat and 132 kV Kopili-Khandong etc. Generating Units: NLC Birsinghpur (Unit 1&2), NTPC Dadri (Unit 5 & 6), Farkka (Unit 6), THDC Koteshwar (Unit 1 & 2), Korba (Unit 7), NALCO Angul, DVC Mejia (Unit 1), CTPS (Unit 8), MPL Maithon Right Bank. Periodical Inspections (under Regulation 30 of Central Electricity Authority (Measures Relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010) Extra emphasis was laid on Periodical inspection of large plants in Power and Petrochemical Sector under Regulation 30 of Central Electricity Authority (Measures Relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010. Important projects covered are:

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b) Transmission lines: 400 kV Bahadurgarh-

a) 400 kV S/S at Sonepat, Meerut, Fatehabad, Gorakhpur, Amritsar, Kanpur, Abdullapur, Jalandhar, Maharanibagh, Khadoli, Damoh, Birsinghpur, Dehgam, Wardha, Pirana, Kohlapur, Solapur, Parli, Pune, Sujalpur, Kundankulam, Tiruniveli, Hyderabad, Arasur, Neyveli, Rourkela, Maithon, Biharsharff, CTPS, 220 kV S/S at Pithoragarh, Vizag, CTPS, Kota, Nalagarh, Bhiwadi and Misa etc.

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a) Generating plants: Unchahar TPS, RAPS Kota, Singrauli TPS, Tanakpur HEP, Auraiya GBPP, Dadr TPP & GBPP, TAPS, Kalpakkam, Neyveli, Ranganadi HEP, Doyang HEP etc.

b) 500 kV HVDC Dadri, 765 kV S/S Seoni, 400/220 kV S/S at Allahabad, Meerut, Bahadurgarh, Lucknow, Kaithal, Kalpakkam, Somanhalli, Mysore, Gooty, Trichy and electrical installations of GAIL, IOCL, ONGC etc.

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CHAPTER 4

GRID MANAGEMENT
4.1 Organizational Structure Operation and Management in Grid Coordination Sub Committee meets before the Regional Power Committee for putting up matters for decision in the Regional Power Committee. The RPCs play an important role in planning grid operation, since they are responsible for protection coordination, outage planning of generating units and transmission system, planning reactive compensation etc. Member (GO&D) , CEA is also Member of the Regional Power Committees and guides the Committees to arrive at amicable solutions in case of disputes between Members of the Committees through unbiased decisions. The Grid Management Division of CEA monitors the power supply position in the country, prepares the all-India monthly power supply position, coordinates all matters of grid operation and management between the five Regions, coordinates enquiry of grid disturbances, recommends to the Ministry of Power the quantum of allocation from the unallocated quota of Central Generating Stations and also coordinates the implementation of the allocation through the Regional Power Committees. . The anticipated Power Supply Position for the next year known as Load Generation Balance Report is prepared every year. The Grid Management Division also prepares Regulations containing standards pertaining to grid and connectivity to it. Regulations for operation of inter-State transmission system are specified by the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission. 4.2 Power Supply Position The Central Electricity Authority brings out

Central Government has established Regional Power Committee (RPC) in each region in accordance with provisions of Electricity Act, 2003 to facilitate integrated operation of the power system in that region. The real time operation of the power system is looked after by the Regional Load Despatch Centres (RLDCs) set up in the five Regions and on the national level by National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC). The Regional Power Committee is a conglomerate of all the players partaking in grid operation, i.e. Regional Load Despatch Centre, generating companies, transmission utilities, distribution utilities, power traders, etc. Its Secretariat is manned by the officers of Central Electricity Authority (CEA). Regional Power Committees operate through a number of Sub-Committees, viz. Operation Sub Committee, Commercial Sub Committee, Protection Sub Committee, System Studies Sub Committee and Technical Coordination Sub Committee. The Operation Sub Committee meets every month to review the grid operation in the previous month and plan grid operation for the next month. The Commercial Sub Committee discusses all commercial related issues viz. energy accounting related matters, maters pertaining to SEMs settlement of dues etc. The Protection Sub Committee discusses and finalises protection schemes including protection coordination. The System Studies Sub Committee meets periodically for the purpose of System Studies. The Technical

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the All India Power Supply Position on a monthly basis, both in terms of energy and peak giving the requirement, availability and shortage in Million Units (MUs) as well as in percentage and the peak demand, peak met and peak shortage in terms of Mega Watt (MW) and percentage. The total energy requirement in the country during 2010-11 was 8,61,591 MUs as against 8,30,594 MUs during the previous year, registering an increase of 3.7%. The total energy availability in the country during the aforesaid period was 7,88,355 MUs as against 7,46,644 MUs during the previous year, registering an increase of 5.6%. The energy shortage during the year 2010-11, therefore, decreased from 83,950 MUs (10.1%) to 73,236 MUs (8.5%) registering a

decrease of 1.61%. The peak demand during the year 2010-11 was 1,22,287 Mega Watt (MW) as against 1,19,166 MW during the previous year, registering an increase of 2.6 %. The peak demand met during the aforesaid period was 1, 10,256 MW as against 1, 04,009 MW during the previous year, registering an increase of 6.0%. The peak shortage thereby decreased from 15,157 MW (12.7%) to 12,031 MW (9.8%). An overview of power supply position in terms of energy and peak demand for the period from 1998-99 to 2010-11 is presented in Exhibit-I and Exhibit-II respectively. The State/ Region-wise power supply position during the year 2010-11 is enclosed at Annexure-4A.

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4.3

Northern, Western, Eastern and NorthEastern Grid (NEW Grid) with an installed generating capacity of 1,26,077 MW as on 31.03.2011 and peak load of 89,198 MW for the year 2010-11 are connected through synchronous links. Southern Region, with an installed generating capacity of 47,473.30 MW as on 31.03.2011 and peak load of 33,256 MW for the year 2010-11 is connected with Eastern Region and Western Region through asynchronous HVDC links. The interregional transfer of power takes place on account of Power flow from power surplus region to power deficit region as well as bilateral transactions and transactions effected through

Optimum Utilization of available Generating Capacity - Inter Regional Exchanges of Power

power exchanges called collective transactions. The total Inter-Regional exchange of power during the year 2010-11 was 34,818 MU which includes imports of 18,193 MU by Northern Region, 4,435.5 MU by Western Region, 9,219.3 MU by Southern Region, 1,145.5 MU by Eastern Region and 1,824.2 MU by North-Eastern Region. During 2010-11, Eastern Region was the biggest exporter. Goa, DNH & Daman Diu in Western Region, Jharkhand, Bihar and CESC in Eastern Region, Manipur, Mizoram, in North- Eastern Region and Puducherry in Southern Region were net importers of power during this period. Govt. of India (GOI) set up Central Generating Stations(CGS) through GOI Undertakings, viz. NTPC Ltd., National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC), Satluj Jal Vidut Nigam

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Ltd. (SJVNL), Nyeveli Lignite Corp. (NLC) Nuclear Power Corporation (NPC) etc. Except for few stations dedicated to the host state, output of CGS is allocated to various states. About 85% of the installed capacity is allocated as firm shares, whereas about 15% is kept as unallocated quota, which is allocated by GOI to states from time to time depending upon relative shortages in the region and contingent conditions. CEA keeps a close watch on the power supply position and recommends to the Ministry of Power the quantum of allocation from the unallocated quota. CEA also coordinates the implementation of the allocation through the Regional Power Committees. Open Access is a key provision in the Electricity Act, 2003 for utilisation of power in

surplus states by needy states/utilities in deficit areas, besides bringing about competition and enhance efficiency. All such transactions took place through the provision of short-term open access (STOA) though CERC has also made provisions for Medium Term Open Access. The inter-regional energy exchanges, which included the long-term and short-term open access transactions, were 34,818 MU during the year 2010-11, as compared to 26,464 MU during the previous year, showing a growth of 31.6%. The inter-regional exchanges helped a number of States / utilities in all the Regions to bridge the gap between demand and supply of power. Details of Inter-regional exchanges of energy among the Regions during 2009-10 and 2010-11 are given below:

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From i) Northern Sub Total ii) Western Sub Total iii) Southern Sub Total iv) Eastern Sub Total v) N-Eastern Sub Total Total 56 Region To Western Southern Eastern North-Eastern Northern Southern Eastern North-Eastern Northern Western Eastern North-Eastern Northern Western Southern North-Eastern Northern Western Southern Eastern 2009-2010 500.5 441.2 90.3 119.3 1151.3 4684 2399 242.2 7.4 7333 2522.3 804.8 6.6 0.0 3333.7 8937.6 2616 1542 1188.3 14283.9 219.6 112.1 8.6 21.3 361.6 26463.5

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The Western Grid has an installed capacity of 53,562.25 MW as on 31-03-2011 consisting of 38,916.79 MW thermal, 7,447.5 MW hydro, 1,840 MW nuclear and 5,357.96 MW from renewable energy sources. The Western Grid faced an energy

4.4.2 Western Regional Grid

The Northern Grid has an installed capacity of 46,988.55 MW as on 31.03.2011 consisting of 28,380.25 MW thermal, 13,822.75 MW hydro, 1,620 MW nuclear and 3,165.55 MW from renewable energy sources. The Northern Grid faced an energy shortage of 8% and a peaking shortage of 8.9% during the year 2010-11 as compared to energy and peak shortages of 11.6% and 15.4% respectively during previous year 200910. Frequency of NEW grid remained 82.66 percent of time in the CERC recommended band of 49.5Hz to 50.2Hz during the current year. Northern Region was the biggest importer of power, importing 18,193.5 MU-9,811 MUs from Eastern Region, 1,935.1 MU from Southern Region, 6,166.9 MU from Western Region and 280.5 MU from North Eastern Region during the year 2010-11. Power was transferred from Eastern Region to Northern Region over HVDC back-to-back station at Sasaram, Muzaffarpur-Gorahkpur 400 kV D/C line, Patna Balia 400 kV D/C line and Biharshariff Balia 400 kV D/C line. Northern Region is also connected to Western Region through Agra Gwalior 765 kV line 1&2 (presently being operated at 400 kV), Kankroli-Zerda 400kV D/C Line and HVDC back to back link at Vindhyachal. With the commissioning of Agra Gwalior, Patna Balia , Biharshariff Balia lines and Kankroli-Zerda, the stability of the combined grid has improved and also this has facilitated free flow of power from the surplus areas to deficit areas.

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Operation of Regional Grids

The Southern Grid has an installed capacity of 47,473.30 MW as on (31-03-2011) consisting of 25,512.60 MW thermal, 11,299.03 MW hydro, 1,320 MW nuclear and 9,341.67 MW from renewable energy sources. The Southern Grid faced an energy shortage of 5.2% and a peaking shortage of 6.4% during the year 2010-11 compared to energy and peak shortages of 6.4% and 9.7% respectively during year 2009-10. Frequency of Southern grid remained 85.77 percent of time in the CERC recommended band of 49.5 to 50.2Hz during the current year The Southern Region has been both importing and exporting power from/ to other Regions during the current year. They exported power to the extent of 2,571.4 MU to other Regions out of which 1,935.1 MU was exported to Northern Region and 222.3 MU to Western Region and 414 MU to Eastern Region. It imported a total of 9,219.3MU energy from other regions-1,731.4 MU from Eastern Region, 6594 MU from Western Region and 888.8 MU from Northern Region. The Talcher Stage-II Super Thermal Power Station (4X500 MW) in Eastern Region is dedicated power station for the Southern Region except for 200 MW to the home state of Orissa in ER. The power from this station and surplus power from ER flows over Talcher-Kolar HVDC bipole link and HVDC backto-back link at Gazuwaka and Balimela-Upper Sileru 220kV S/C. It is connected with Western Region through HVDC back to back link at Chandrapur. 4.4.4 Eastern Regional Grid The Eastern Grid has an installed capacity of 23,196.84 MW (as on 31-03-2011) consisting of
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shortage of 13.3% and a peaking shortage of 14.7% during the year 2010-11 as compared to energy and peak shortages of 13.7% and 17.7% respectively during the previous year (2009-10). Southern Regional Grid

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The Eastern Region was the highest exporter of power among all Regions, exporting a total of 16,153.5 MUs during 2010-11. It exported 9,811 MUs to Northern Region, 2,929.7 MUs to Western Region, 1,731.4 MUs to Southern Region and 1,681.4 MUs to North Eastern Region. There were imports from all Regions totalling to 1,145.5 MUs. Eastern Region is the only Region connected to all other Regions. It is connected to Northern Region through Muzaffarpur - Gorahkpur 400 kV D/C line with TCSC, Patna Balia 400 kV D/C line, Biharshariff Balia 400 kV D/C line and Sasaram Allahabad/ Varanasi 400 kV D/C line bypassing of HVDC back-to-back link at Sasaram , to Western Region through 220 kV triple circuit Korba Budhipadar lines and Raipur- Rourkela 400 kV D/C lines and Ranchi- Sipat 400 kV D/C line, to Southern Region through Talcher - Kolar HVDC bipole link and HVDC back-to-back link at Gazuwaka and to North-Eastern Region through Bongaigaon Malda 400 kV D/C lines and Birpara Salakati 220 kV D/C lines. The North-Eastern Grid has an installed capacity of 2,329.34 MW as on 31-03-2011 consisting of 989.74 MW thermal, 1,116 MW hydro and 223.6 MW from renewable energy sources. The North-Eastern Grid faced an energy shortage of 8.8% and a peaking shortage of 18.5% during the year 2010-11 as compared to energy and peak shortages of 11.1% and 17.9% respectively during
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the previous year 2009-10 mainly on account of transmission and distribution constraints. The North-Eastern Grid operated in synchronism with Eastern Grid, Northern Grid and Western Grid. North Eastern Regional Grid is connected directly only to the Eastern Regional Grid and any export of power to the other Regions has to be wheeled through the Eastern Regional Grid. The energy exported from North-Eastern Region to Northern Region, Western Region, Southern Region and Eastern Region was 280.5 MUs, 58.6 MUs, 5 MUs and 16.9 MUs respectively. The total export from this Region to other Regions was 361 MUs. The power transfer from North-Eastern Region to Eastern Region is taking place over Bongaigaon Malda 400 kV D/C lines and Birpara Salakati 220 kV D/C lines. 4.5 Monitoring of Capacitor Installation Programme

4.4.5 North-Eastern Regional Grid

In order to obtain a proper voltage profile in the regional Grids, the capacitor requirement at regional level is assessed by respective Regional Power Committees (RPCs). The capacitor installation programme for the year is finalised in consultation with the constituents of the Region. During the year 2010-11, against additional requirement of shunt capacitor of 8438 MVAR in the country, only 1526.6 MVAR have been installed. Region wise details of shunt capacitor installation is given at Annexure 4B. Capacitors were not required to be installed in the Eastern and North-Eastern Regions, as there were no problems of low voltages in these regions. The progress of capacitor installation in the country has been slow. The matter is being followed up with states by CEA and RPCs. 4.6 All the Regional Power Committees, except North Eastern Regional Power Committee at
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Shillong have their own office building and staff quarters. The SFC memo for construction of officecum-residential complex for NERPC, Shillong and RIO ,NE, Shillong was approved at a cost of Rs. 1,144/- lakhs by Ministry of Power in January 2008.The construction work has been awarded to M/s Infrastructural Development Consortium, Shillong by CPWD, Shillong and the work is likely to be completed during 2011-12 4.7 Power & Telecommunication Co-ordination Committee (PTCC)

PTCC Directorate of LD&T Division, CEA continued following up proposals in respect of commissioning of new EHT transmission lines having voltage level of 220 kV and above. The efforts have been for expeditious PTCC clearance of these lines. This could be achieved through discussions/follow-up with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL), Railways and SEBs/Power Utilities. Assistance was also provided to the State Power Utilities in resolving complex PTCC cases of voltage level of 132 kV and below.

Two Central PTCC meetings were held during 2010-11. The first (91st) Central PTCC meeting was held on 8th June 2010 at Trivandrum and the second (92nd) Central PTCC Meeting was held on 20th December 2010 at Guwahati. The meetings were attended by officers upto the rank of Chief Engineer from SEBs/Power Utilities, Chief General Managers from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) and senior officers from Railways and Defence. In the meetings many important issues related to Power Sector were discussed and decided. Besides these meetings, a few special meetings were also held to take care of some specific issues like to expedite PTCC clearance of Powergrid lines which were close to completion; the issues were discussed and decided in a special meeting held in Mumbai. Similar meetings were held at Bangluru and Ahmadabad. During 2010-11, 142 new cases of EHT power lines (220 kV and above) were received for processing of PTCC route approval. A bar chart in this regard indicating year wise number of PTCC cases received during last four years is given below :

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During 2010-11, CEA has sent Induced Voltage (IV) comments for 111 cases to DEs (T), PTCC/BSNL for issuing necessary PTCC route approvals. About 3200 circuit KMs of 220 kV lines, about 8450 Circuit KMs of 400 kV lines and 2000 circuit KMs of 500 kV HVDC lines were accorded PTCC clearance to enable Power Utilities

to commission their lines as per schedule.

PTCC Clearance in Circuit Kilometer

A bar chart indicating the Circuit kilometers of 220kV, 400kV, 765 kV and 500 kV HVDC transmission lines for which PTCC route approval was accorded during the last four years is given below.

The above data indicates that although there is a marginal increase in number of cases processed for PTCC route approval during 201011 in comparison to 2009-10 but there is 37% increase in the total circuit kilometers of the EHT power lines (Total length of 220 kV, 400 kV & 500 kV HVDC) for which PTCC Route approval has been accorded The PTCC Manual was earlier issued by CEA in 1995. The revised edition of PTCC Manual was prepared by CEA and the same was released by
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Chairperson CEA on 28th December 2010. In order to cut down the processing time of PTCC route approval, a proposal for the computerization of PTCC process was forwarded to Ministry of Power (MoP) and the same had been sanctioned by MoP. As per the scheme, the Consultant Evaluation Committee (CEC) was constituted by CEA. The CEC prepared the Request for Proposal (RFP) document for the appointment of consultant and bids for the same have been appointed. The work of evaluation of bids is under progress.
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All the five Unified Load Despatch and Communication (ULDC) Scheme are in operation for about last 9 years. Unified Load Despatch Scheme Monitoring Group (USMG) which has been inter-alia entrusted the work of formulating minimum standard requirements for ULDC Scheme (Phase-II) in Northern Region. The group submitted its report on Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) specifications & short listed the suppliers and also a report was submitted on the subject of replacement of the ULDC system by State Transmission Utilities (STUs) & Central Transmission Utilities (CTUs) and involvement of

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POWERGRID for maintaining the compatibility for interconnection of system for data exchange. CEA has been providing technical input to the Group / Committee. The National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC) is in operation for last two years successfully.

4.8.1 Frequency Allocation Co-ordination for Microwave and Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) CEA co-ordinates and follows up with Wireless Planning and Co-ordination (WPC) Wing of Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to achieve timely frequency allocation for PLCC system of new power transmission lines and VHF/ UHF / Microwave systems of power utilities.

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HYDRO POWER DEVELOPMENT


5.1 Hydro Potential and its Development The basin-wise details of hydro electric potential development in terms of Installed Capacity are indicated in the table below. As on 31.03.2011, the hydro-electric schemes in operation account for only 22.56% and those under execution for 10.85% of the total potential in terms of installed capacity. Thus, the bulk of the potential (66.59%) remains to be developed.

The re-assessment studies of hydro-electric potential of the country, completed by Central Electricity Authority in 1987, have assessed the economically exploitable hydro power potential in terms of installed capacity as 148701 MW out of which 145320 MW of capacity is from schemes having capacity above 25 MW.

The re-assessment studies have also identified 56 sites for Pumped Storage Schemes (PSS) with probable total installation of about 94,000 MW. At present, 9 Nos. Pumped Storage Projects having total installed capacity of 4785.60 MW (Above 25 MW) are under operation and one Pumped Storage project (1000 MW) is sanctioned

and yet to be taken up for construction.

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50,000 MW Hydro-Electric initiative

Under the 50,000 MW Initiative, preparation of Preliminary Feasibility Reports (PFRs) of 162 hydro-electric projects spreading in 16 states was taken up by CEA as nodal agency in the year 200304 with CPSUs/State agencies as Consultants. CEA's role included overall coordination, facilitating collection of data, and quality control by vetting conceptual planning, assessment of power benefits and selection of project parameters, evacuation of power and monitoring of works. National Hydro-Electric Power Corporation Ltd, WAPCOS, North-eastern Electric Power Corporation, Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd and number of State Power Utilities were associated to complete these feasibility studies. The PFRs were completed in Sept., 2004 for all these projects with an installation of 47,930 MW. The details of these projects are given at Annexure 5A. As a follow up of preparation of PFRs, it has been decided to take up implementation/ preparation of DPRs of these schemes for execution in the near future. Out of 162 schemes (47930 MW), DPRs of 28 schemes (10093 MW) have already been prepared and 31 schemes (17093 MW) are under Survey & Investigation for preparation of DPRs. Further, 8 schemes (2495 MW) have been allotted to developers but the work of Survey & Investigation for preparation of DPRs is yet to start. The work of preparation of DPRs of remaining 95 schemes (18249 MW) is held up due to proposed change in Agency /Allotment by State Govt., issues related to Environment & Forest Clearance and local agitation. 5.3 Construction Projects Monitoring of Hydro

2003. The progress of each project is monitored continuously through frequent site visits, interaction with the developers and critical study of monthly progress reports. Chairperson, CEA holds review meeting with the developers and other stakeholders to sort out the critical issues. 5.4 Hydro additions during 2010-11

Target hydro capacity addition for the year 2010-11 was 1466 MW and the capacity achieved against this target was 690 MW. Project-wise details are given at Annexure 5B. 5.4.1 Hydro capacity programme during 2011- 12 Hydro Capacity Addition Programme for the Year 2011-12 is 2080 MW (715 MW in Central Sector, 195 MW in State Sector, and 1170 MW in Private Sector.). Project-wise details are given at Annexure 5C. 5.4.2 Survey & Investigation of Hydro Projects

In order to accelerate the pace of hydro development in the country, CEA provides assistance to various Central/State agencies in the matter of survey, investigation and preparation of DPRs of hydro projects. CEA has been monitoring the physical and financial progress of survey and investigation of all the hydro schemes. 5.5 Power Project Planning & Optimization Studies

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Studies and other Activities Related to Hydro Power Planning

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Capacity Addition during the 12th Plan

5.6.1 Indus Water Treaty Matters Studies relating to Impact of Kishanganga on Neelam Jhelum, Kohala and other projects viz. Uri I, Uri II and Lower Jhelum in India were carried out. 5.6.2 Revision of Design Energy Proposals for review of design energy of Koteshwar Hydro Electric Project (400 MW) in Uttarakhand by THDC, Kopili Hydro Electric Project (275 MW) in Assam by NEEPCO and Bairasiul Hydro Electric Project (180 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by NHPC were examined. Reassessment of H.E. Potential in J&K has been undertaken.

As per the studies carried out by CEA to assess the requirement of additional capacity during the 12th Plan (2012-17), to meet the all India peak demand and energy requirement at the end of 12th Plan , a capacity addition of more than 100,000 MW in the 5 years period of 2012-17 would be required, out of which 20,000 MW is proposed to be added through hydro Projects. To meet the requirement of additional capacity during the 12th Plan (2012-17), a shelf of 87 candidate hydro projects having aggregate capacity of 20334 MW (excluding slippages from 11th Plan) was prepared. The no. of projects have now been reduced due to merger and deletion of some projects and change in installed capacity during S&I and preparation of DPR. With the incorporation of the above changes, 83 projects (22011 MW, excluding slippages from 11th Plan) have been identified as candidate projects for benefits during 12th Plan. List of these schemes is given at Annexure-5D. 5.8 Co-operation with Neighbouring Countries Development of water resources of the common rivers of India and neighbouring countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar for mutual benefits has been under consideration. During the year, following works were handled: Commercial viability accorded to Arun-3 HE Project (900 MW) in Nepal being implemented by SJVNL.

Reports regarding downstream impact of H.E Projects in Arunachal Pradesh on Assam have been examined. Draft revised state Hydel Policy of J&K has been examined.

Work on various issues of importance in North Eastern Region relating to Action Plan of Inter Ministerial Group (IMG) recommendations like providing data to CWC for basinwise studies of Subansiri and Siang basins in Arunachal Pradesh, Forest land involved, status of development of identified/allotted H.E Projects, Environment and Forest clearance.

Interim Report on Tamanthi hydro power and multipurpose Project (1200 MW), Myanmar as prepared by NHPC has been finalized by CEA in consultation with CWC, Power Grid and GSI. Further Report for Shwezaye Project (642 MW) has also been taken up and being finalized.
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CEA, being the Nodal agency for the Task Force constituted for submission of Interim Report of Tamanthi & Shwezaye Projects in Myanmar, Meetings were organised.

India was examined and commented upon.

A team of officers from CEA, CWC, NHPC and GSI visited Myanmar for holding discussion with Govt. of Union of Myanmar regarding development of Tamanthi (1200 MW) and Shwezaye (642 MW) HEP as per the tour of Task Force. The cost Estimates for preparation of DPR of Wangchhu H.E. Project (600 MW) ROR option were examined and recommended to MoP. 5.9

Feasibility Study Report in respect of Baoli2 and Baoli-3 in Central African Republic in connection with extension of line of credit for the project by India was examined and commented upon. A team of officers from MoWR, MEA and CEA attended 4th Meeting of Joint Expert Level Mechanism (ELM) between India and China to discuss issues relating to transborder rivers. Hydro Power Plants Performance & Operation Monitoring Performance of 589 units in 167 Hydro Stations having capacity above 25 MW with aggregate Installed Capacity of 36203.40 MW was analyzed in respect of their outages & generation and report on the review of HE stations for the year 2009-10 was finalized.

Sensitivity Analysis for tariff fixation of Punatsangchhu-I, Punatsangchhu-II and Mangdechhu H.E. Projects in Bhutan was carried out. 5.8.1 Other International Cooperation

Draft MoU for setting of a Joint Venture company for the development of H.E. Projects in Bhutan was prepared.

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A team of officers from WAPCOS and CEA visited Congo for carrying out an on-the-spot feasibility study of Katende HEP in connection with extension of line of credit for the project by India.

The matters relating to cooperation with the countries like Russia, China, Canada, Norway, CAR (Central African Republic), Ghana, Congo, Burundi, Iran & Kazakhstan have been dealt.

Month-wise / station-wise hydro generation targets in respect of hydro power generation having capacity above 25 MW for year 201112 were drawn in consultation with various utilities and tentatively fixed at 112050 MU which was about 0.63 % higher than generation targets for the year 2010-11. To accord recognition to Hydro Power Stations for their all round performance,

Mid term review of generation performance of hydro electric stations of the country for the year 2010-11 was carried out in Dec., 2010 after withdrawal of South-West monsoon by interaction with SEBs, Power Deptts. and CPSUs. The generation targets were reviewed for the remaining part of the year 2010-11.

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Performance data of HE Stations having Installed Capacity of 100 MW and above was analyzed and three HE Stations namely Baspa-II (3x100 MW) of Jaiprakash hydro Power Ltd., Gerusoppa Dam Power House (4x60 MW) of KPCL and Bhira & Bhira PSS (6x25 MW + 1x150 MW) of Tata Hydro were recommended for National Award for best performance under National Award for the
Region Northern Western Eastern Southern N-Eastern All India 51044.00 14193.00 31882.00 9988.00 4245.00 111352.00 Target MU

year 2009-10 for Meritorious Performance in Power Sector. 5.9.1 Hydro Generation Performance during year 2010-11 The region wise summary of Hydel Generation performance in the country is as follow:
MU Deviation (+/ -) (%)

Generation* MU 55839.79 15041.53 30518.04 8991.10 3905.33 114295.79

(+)4795.79 (-)1363.96 (-)996.90 (-)339.67 (+)2443.79 (+)848.53

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Recognising the benefits of the R&M programme, Govt. of India set up a National Committee in 1987 to formulate strategy on R&M of hydro power projects. Based on the recommendations of the National Committee and subsequent reviews, a programme for Renovation, Modernization and Uprating of Hydro Power Stations was formulated by Central Electricity Authority in which 55 schemes were identified with an aggregate capacity of 9653 MW. The total cost of these schemes was estimated as Rs.1493 Crores with expected benefit of 2531 MW.

5.10.1 R&M Phase-I Programme

5.10 Renovation and Modernization of Hydro Electric Power Projects

Against target of 111352 MU, the actual energy generation during the year 2010-11 was 114295.79 MU which is 2.64 % more than the target. Hydel Generation is less than the target in all Regions in the country.

5.10.2 R&M Phase-II Programme

As per the hydro policy of Govt. of India, declared in 1998, renovation & modernization of Hydro Power Plants accorded priority. Accordingly, 67 hydro R&M schemes having an aggregate capacity of 10318 MW were identified to be undertaken under Phase-II programme till the end of 10th Plan to accrue a benefit of 3685 MW at an estimated cost of Rs. 2161 Crores. 5.11 National Perspective Plan

CEA formulated the National Perspective Plan for hydro power stations in the year 2000 and incorporated R&M proposals under Phase-II programme alongwith the left out schemes as recommended in phase-I programme of National Committee. The left out schemes were those which were either under implementation or were yet to be implemented. This Perspective Plan was for 9th , 10th and 11th Plan with 117 schemes having an aggregate installed capacity of 19370 MW with benefit of 7755MW at an estimated cost of Rs.4654 crores.

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Under the hydro R&M programme, 65 (15 in Central Sector and 50 in State Sector) hydro electric schemes (13 upto the 8th Plan, 20 in the 9th Plan and 32 in the 10th Plan) with an installed capacity of 10511 MW at a cost of Rs.1,726 Crores have been completed by the end of the 10th Plan (i.e. by 31.03.2007) & have accrued a benefit of 2351 MW through Life Extension, Uprating and Restoration. At the beginning of the 11th Plan (i.e. May/June,2007) a total of 62 hydro R&M schemes were programmed with an installed capacity of about 11340 MW at an estimated cost of Rs. 4035 Crs. to accrue a benefit of about 4393 MW through Life Extension, Uprating and Restoration. During Dec., 2007, two (2) hydro R&M schemes of Rajasthan having Inter-State issues viz. Rana Pratap Sagar & Jawahar Sagar were dropped due to disagreement between Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Further, three (3) schemes of APGENCO namely Hampi, Machkund and Tungbhadra, one scheme of TNEB namely Sholayar-I & one scheme of KPCL namely Bhadra were shifted to 12th Plan on the request of Project Authorities as the generating units were running satisfactorily. Also, one scheme of BBMB namely Dehar was split into two schemes Dehar, Ph.A and Dehar, Ph.B. Thus a total of 56 hydro R&M schemes having an installed capacity of about 10810 MW at an estimated cost of Rs. 4203 Crores were programmed to accrue a benefit of about 4099 MW through Life Extension, Uprating and Restoration. 5.11.2 11th & 12th Plan Programme

5.11.1 8th, 9th & 10th Plan Achievements

Also, a new R&M scheme of Rengali HPS has been proposed by OHPC for completion in 12th Plan. For the 12th Plan programme, 15 schemes have been dropped on request of Project Authorities as at present, units are running satisfactorily and scope of work shall be finalized only after completion of RLA studies during the 12th Plan. Thus, a total of 35 schemes having an installed capacity of about 3281 MW was envisaged for completion during 12th Plan. After completion of the R&M works of these projects, there will be a benefit of 2795 MW at an estimated cost of Rs. 3058 Crs.

OEM expressed reservations about uprating of the units as such it has been decided that the repair /replacement of underwater parts shall be done under annual O&M. Ramganga R&M scheme has been dropped by UJVNL as the units are operating satisfactorily. Thus a total of 29 schemes having an installed capacity of 8032 MW at an estimated cost of 1527 Crs. which will accrue benefit of about 2029 MW were planned for implementation during the 12th Plan. Out of these 29 schemes, 14 schemes (3 in Central Sector and 11 in State Sector) with an installed capacity of 4338 MW at a cost of about Rs. 211 Crs. have been completed and have accrued a benefit of 380 MW through Life Extension ,Uprating and R&M. This also includes one scheme of KPCL namely Bhadra as completed during 11th plan which was earlier programmed to be completed in 12th plan.

As per the outcome of discussions held with various utilities in CEA during 2010-11, 26 hydro R&M schemes of 12th Plan, out of earlier programmed 56 schemes, having an installed capacity of 2178 MW have been shifted to 12th Plan and 2 R&M schemes namely Salal-II of NHPC & Ramganga of UJVNL have been dropped from 12th Plan. NHPC informed that M/s. BHEL i.e. the
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The 9 ongoing schemes of 11th Plan are now shifted to 12th Plan as there is delay in completion of balance R&M works. Delay in execution of these schemes is either due to project authorities not getting clearance for shutdown of units or due to delay in placement of orders. On request of Project Authorities, 2 R&M schemes have been dropped from 12th Plan namely Gandhi Sagar of MPPGCL and Subernrekha of JSEB as presently the units are operating satisfactorily and the need based R&M works shall now be completed under annual O&M.
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Note: Installed capacity, Benefit & cost figures are rounded to nearest zero. 5.12 Plan-wise summary of hydro R&M schemes (as on 31.03.2011) i) Hydro R&M schemes planned during 11th Plan (as on 31.03.2011)
Estimated Cost (Rs. in Crs.) 4034.75

Hence, a total of 42 schemes having an installed capacity of 5249 MW atan estimated cost of 3888 Crs. which will accrue benefit of about 4063 MW are now planned for implementation during the 12th Plan.

Installed Capacity (MW) 11339.60

Benefit (MW)

4393.45

ii) Hydro R&M schemes planned during 11th Plan (As on 31.03.2011)
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512.87

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Completed

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15

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287.17

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Plan Period No. of Projects Central Sector State Sector Total Installed Capacity (MW) Estimated Cost (Rs.in Crs.) Actual Expenditure (Rs. in Crs.) Benefit (MW)

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Programmed

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42

5248.80

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Under Tendering

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1717.65

11.82

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Under DPR Finalisation Under RLA Studies

363.75

419.93

0.04

e)

340.00

59.94

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accounted for in the other scheme namely Nagjhari, U1 to U6 of same station which is completed during the year 2009-10. On completion of these schemes, there will be a benefit of 422 MW through Life Extension and Uprating at an estimated cost of about Rs. 310 Crores.

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Name of Scheme Dehar Phase-A Nagarjuna Sagar Lingnamakki Sabirigiri Loktak Lower Sileru

Inst.Cap. (MW) 6x165 1x110 + 7x100.8 2x27.5 6x50 3x30 3x9 3x135 4x115

Agency APGENCO APGENCO KPCL KPCL WBSEB NHPC KSEB BBMB

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Jaldhaka St. I

Dehar Phase-A hydro R&M scheme of BBMB and Lingnamakki hydro R&M scheme of KPCL having an aggregate installed capacity of about 1045 MW have been completed during the year 2010-11 at an actual cost of Rs. 9.56 Crores & accrued R&M benefits. Out of the remaining 6 schemes 4 have been planned for completion in year 2011-12 and 2 schemes namely Sabirigiri and Jaldhaka St. I have been shifted to 12th Plan because there is delay in completion of their R& M works. 5.15 Miscellaneous works completed in 2010-11 undertaken/

5.13.1 Achievement during the year 2010-11

capacity of 1425 MW. On completion of these schemes, there will be a benefit of 126 MW through Life Extension, Uprating and Restoration at an estimated cost of about Rs. 226 Crores. 5.16.1 Achievement during the year 2010-11

Renovation and Modernisation of Verzob HE project in Tajakistan-Vetting of Bills by CEA in respect of E&M equipments supplied by BHEL : Bills Var/001 to Var/007 totalling about Rs 18.79 Crs have been verified and comments/observations sent to MEA 5.16 Programme for the year 2011-12

Dehar Phase-A hydro R&M scheme of BBMB and Lingnamakki hydro R&M scheme of KPCL having an aggregate installed capacity of about 1045 MW have been completed during the year 2010-11 at an actual cost of Rs. 9.56 Crores & accrued R&M benefits. Out of the remaining 6 schemes 4 have been planned for completion in year 2011-12 and 2 schemes namely Sabirigiri and Jaldhaka St. I have been shifted to 12th Plan because there is delay in completion of their R& M works. 5.16.2 Miscellaneous works completed in 2010-11 undertaken/

For the year 2011-12, it is programmed to complete following 5 schemes having an installed

Renovation and Modernisation of Verzob HE project in Tajakistan-Vetting of Bills by CEA in respect of E&M equipments supplied by BHEL : Bills Var/001 to Var/007 totalling about Rs 18.79 Crs have been verified and comments/observations sent to MEA
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During the year 2010-11( 01.04.2010 to 31.03.2011), CEA had appraised and accorded concurrence to 07 Nos. Hydro Generation schemes aggregating to 2510 MW capacity with an estimated financial investment of Rs. 12032.69 Crores.

1.

The Government of India vide their Notification No.S.O. 550(E) dated 18th April, 2006 have fixed the following limits of capital expenditure for the Hydro Power Development Schemes exceeding which the concurrence of Central Electricity Authority is required:a) Scheme is included in the National Electricity Plan(NEP) as notified by the Central Electricity Authority under sub-section(4) of Section 3 of The Electricity Act, 2003 and the same conforms to the capacity and type (run-of-river/storage) as mentioned in NEP; and Rs.2500 Crores provided that;

b) The site for setting up hydro generating station has been allocated through the transparent process of bidding in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Central Government under Section 63 of The Electricity Act, 2003. 1. Rs.500 Crores for any other scheme not covered by clauses (a) & (b) above.

It has been observed that in most of the cases, the cost estimates indicated by the project proponents in their Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) were on the higher side due to various reasons. On receipt of the DPRs, the same were thoroughly scrutinized by the various appraisal divisions of CEA & CWC/GSI before the proposals were considered by CEA for its concurrence. Review meetings were convened from time to time by Member (H) CEA, with the project developers and Chief Engineers of Appraisal divisions of CEA, CWC and GSI in order to sort out the outstanding issues/ remove bottlenecks in the DPRs with the objective of minimizing the time for appraisal process and optimizing the proposed capital cost.

5.17.2 Reduction in Cost of Hydro Power Generation Projects

During the year 2010-11, Seven (07) hydro generation schemes aggregating to 2510 MW capacity were appraised / accorded concurrence and net reduction in estimated cost achieved for these projects worked out to Rs 2522.43 Crores (about 17.33%) in hard cost as detailed in Annexure 5E .

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THERMAL POWER DEVELOPMENT


6.1 Setting up of Ultra Mega Power Projects Jharkhand have been awarded and transferred to the developers selected through tariff based competitive bidding. Sasan, Mundra and Krishnapatnam UMPPs are at different stages of implementation. The land acquisition and preliminary studies for fourth UMPP namely Tilaiya UMPP are under progress. Joint Monitoring Committees have been constituted under the Chairmanship of Member (Thermal), CEA has to monitor the progress of implementation of these UMPPs. As per the present status of projects intimated by the developers, two units of 800 MW each of Mundra UMPP are expected to be commissioned in 11th Plan. The salient features and commissioning schedule of the four UMMPPs already awarded are given in the Annexure- 6A.

Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs) are being promoted with a view of providing power to all at a reasonable rate and ensuring fast capacity addition by Ministry of Power, Government Of India as an initiative facilitating the development of UMPP of 4000 MW capacity each under tariff based international competitive bidding route. Project specific Shell Companies (Special Purpose Vehicles) as 100% subsidiaries of Power Finance Corporation Limited have been created for carrying out developmental work consisting of tie up of inputs/clearances and the bidding process for selection of developers for the UMPPs. Various inputs for the UMPPs are tied up by the SPV with assistance of MoP & CEA. CEA is involved in selection of sites for these UMPPs. Initially following nine (9) numbers Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP) were proposed to be set up in different states: i)

Out of above nine (9) UMPPs, Four UMPPs namely Sasan in M.P, Mundra in Gujarat, Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and Tilaiya in

Sasan UMPP in M.P- coal pithead- 6x660 MW ii) Mundra UMPP in Gujarat- coastal- 5x800 MW iii) Krishnapatnam UMPP in A.P.- coastal- 5 x 800 MW iv) UMPP in Jharkhand- coal pithead- 4000 MW v) UMPP in Chhattisgarh- coal pithead- 4000 MW vi) UMPP in Orissa - coal pithead- 4000 MW vii) UMPP in Tamil Nadu coastal- 4000 MW viii) UMPP in Maharashtra.- coastal- 4000 MW ix) UMPP in Karnataka coastal- 4000 MW

In addition to nine UMPPs originally identified, request has been received from some of the state governments for installation of additional UMPPs in their states. These are given below: i) ii) iii) iv) v) Two Additional UMPPs of 4000 MW each in Orissa: Second UMPP in Gujarat- 4000 MWSecond UMPP in Andhra Pradesh- 4000 MW Second UMPP of 4000 MW in Jharkhand Second UMPP of 4000 MW in Tamilnadu In regard to Second UMPP of Andhra

The request for qualification (RFQ) bid documents for the UMPPs in Orissa and Chhattisgarh have been issued. For Cheyyur UMPP in Tamil Nadu, EIA study for captive port is in progress. In regard to UMPPs in Maharashtra and Karnataka the alternate sites are yet to be firmed up as the work at original site could not be taken up due to resistance by local people.

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Pradesh, the site has been finalized and the site related studies have been taken up by the consultants appointed by M/s Power Finance Consultancy Corporation Ltd. In regard to other UMPPs the selection of sites is under process. Selection of sites for Thermal Power Projects

following studies for identification of large pithead and coastal sites using satellite mapping through remote sensing. i)

2. Initially the committee had requested various State Govt. agencies/SEBs/CPSUs to furnish details of sites already identified or those under investigation. The various sites for which details have been received, have been visited by the teams of the Site Selection Committee and reports have been finalised. The teams of the Site Selection Committee are being deputed to new sites in different States as and when request is received from the State Govt/State Utilities for assessing the feasibility of the identified sites. In order to derive economy of scale, a need has been felt to identify large sites near pitheads and coastal areas where big capacity plants say 3000- 5000 MW can be set up. Keeping this objective in mind, CEA awarded
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1. In the context of the need to set up additional thermal power stations to meet the power requirements of the country up to the year 2012 and beyond, CEA had in September, 2001 constituted a committee under the Chairmanship of Member (Thermal) and consisting of members from different Ministries/ Deptts./SEBs etc for selection of sites for large coastal/Pit head and other Thermal Power Stations. As the process of selection of sites is of continuous nature, the above mentioned Committee has been converted into a Standing Committee. Teams consisting of members of the Committee from CEA, Planning Commission, MOE&F, CMPDI, Railways etc are being constituted for visiting from time to time, the sites tentatively identified by the State agencies. These teams also interact with various States/Central departments for assessing the availability of various inputs required for setting up of Thermal Power Plants like land, water, fuel etc.

ii)

Study awarded to National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA), Hyderabad in June 2003 for identification of large coastal sites. NRSA submitted reports for the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh Study awarded to M/s Central Mine Planning Design Institute (CMPDI), Ranchi in August 2003 for identification of large pithead sites. CMPDI submitted reports for pithead sites totaling to about 36000 MW. Study awarded to M/s CMPDI in March 2007 for additional pithead sites. CMPDI submitted the reports for 20,000 MW of pithead sites.

iii)

iv)

v)

Study awarded to CMPDI in February 2009 for selection of sites near load centers in Haryana and Madhya Pradesh. Final reports of the study have been submitted by CMPDI in December 2010. Study awarded to IIT, Roorkee in February 2009 regarding restoration of MDDL of Rihand Reservoir to the designed level, its implication on the existing power plants & additional water availability. Final report of the study has been submitted in March 2011.

i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi)

3. The Site Selection Committee has visited and finalized reports on the new sites in the following States: Eight sites in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry Six sites in Gujarat Eight sites in Maharashtra Six sites in DVC area Eight sites in Andhra Pradesh Seven sites in Haryana

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CMPDI in their latest study reports submitted in December 2010 have identified ten nos. of potential sites in Madhya Pradesh and six nos. of sites in Haryana. The reports have been sent to the State Govts. for necessary action for development of the identified sites. Study regarding restoration of MDDL of Rihand Reservoir to the designed level (775 ft).

Sites selected in Madhya Pradesh & Haryana

Based on the report of CMPDI, NRSA and site visits by the teams of the Site Selection Committee, a large shelf at potential sites has been created. Many sites from this shelf have been identified for benefits during the 11th plan and beyond. The sites for some of the Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs) have been identified from the shelf of sites created under the scheme.

vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii)

Five sites in M.P Twelve sites in Rajasthan Ten sites in Orissa Twelve sites in Chhattisgarh Six sites in Punjab Three sites in Uttar Pradesh Three sites in Bihar

IIT, Roorkee has completed the study under the guidance of a Committee constituted to facilitate the study and comprising of members from Central Electricity Authority, Central Water Commission,Uttar Pradesh Jal Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited.(UPJVUNL),Uttar Pradesh Rajya Viduit Nigam Limited(UPRVUNL), NTPC, Renusagar TPS, Sasan Power Ltd etc. and submitted its final report in March, 2011. The outcome of the study is as follows: (i) The reservoir operation with inflow, irrigation and industrial consumptive demand (upstream and downstream) has been analyzed in view of the present MDDL and has been found that at 75% dependable year, the operation does not meet all allocated requirement. Further, there is a high deficit of water in the reservoir at higher dependable year (more than 75%). In view of high stakes involved in lowering of MDDL to the designed level of 775 ft, there is not much difference in maintaining MDDL 830 ft or 775ft as there is an overall deficit of water in the catchment. There are very high financial implications and power generation disturbance by lowering the MDDL from 830ft. Further, as

(iv) In case, it is not possible to meet the additional demand of water for new proposed TPPs from the reservoir, the consultant to suggest ways to meet this demand such as creation of additional pondage etc.

(iii) To assess whether demand of new proposed thermal power plants could be met from the reservoir and the additional capacity that can be given water allocation.

status of silting in the reservoir and updated data of inflows into the reservoir and to suggest feasible schemes for above mentioned power projects.

The scope of the study awarded to IIT, Roorkee was as follows: (i)

(ii)

The implication of lowering MDDL on the existing and under construction power stations vis--vis additional water availability taking into account the existing agreement on sharing of water, present & future demand for irrigation, power, drinking water etc.; present

To examine the effect of restoration to designed MDDL of 775 ft (236.22 m) from revised MDDL 830 ft (252.98 m) and to suggest optimum level so as to meet the demand of water for various power stations as well as downstream demand of Bihar.

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(iv) Since there is a water deficit in reservoir at higher dependable years (over 75%), the possibility of transfer of excess water from the nearby streams namely river Gopad and river Kanhar, in order of priority, have been examined and worked out. Such transfer of water, however, shall require interstate concurrence. 6.3 Private Sector Participation

(iii) Present allocation made to existing and proposed thermal power plants can be met by the reservoir only if the Joint Operation Committee of Rihand reservoir allots the water to Bihar depending on the water availability in the reservoir. It cannot meet the allocated downstream water demand of Bihar as per Bansagar agreement. To meet the allocated demand, storage capacity available of the Rihand reservoir can be used by transferring the water from nearby river viz Gopad and Kanhar.

analyzed, there is no significant difference in operating the reservoir by lowering down the MDDL as there is an overall deficit of the water with the reservoir river system.

have been notified for Case I and Case II bidding. Many utilities in states like Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra , Karnataka, etc. have invited bids for development of thermal power projects through tariff based competitive bidding Case-II. Details of such Case II Tariff based competitive bidding projects totaling to 26,680 MW are enclosed as Annexure-6B. This will facilitate significant capacity addition in private sector. The Government has also set up Special Purpose Vehicle under PFC for collective procurement of power on behalf of the distribution utilities by inviting tariff based bids for supplying power from Ultra Mega Power Projects. Procurement of Power through tariff based competitive bidding does not require any upfront capital investment by the Government and the responsibility of mobilizing financial and technical resources for operating generating facilities vests with the project developer/independent power producer.

With the enactment of Electricity Act, 2003, a whole new system was evolved where private players were invited to be an active participant in the power sector. The Electricity Act, 2003 has created a legal framework for development of electricity supply industry through liberalized generation, market development and providing non discriminatory open access to the generators and consumers. In order to achieve these objectives, the Government has issued National Electricity Policy and Tariff Policy. For the purpose of facilitating procurement of power through competitive bidding, the Government of India has issued guidelines for tariff based competitive bidding. The Standard Bid Documents for procurement of power under long term and medium term Power Purchase Agreements
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The private sector has responded enthusiastically to the opening up of the power market and a substantial amount of generating capacity is coming up through IPPs in coal, lignite, gas and hydro power projects. The Government is committed to carry this process forward. It is for the first time in the History of Power Sector in India that Private Sector is showing keen interest in investing and setting up generating facilities. As a result, the scenario in the generation sector appears quite promising and Government of India is making its best efforts to facilitate this process helping the independent power producers to overcome various challenges in the way of project implementation. The Private Sector contributed 1,970 MW to thermal generation capacity during period 2002-07. According to mid- term appraisal out of 16,285 MW capacity envisaged under private sector during 11th Plan a capacity of 11884 MW has been commissioned and another about 4400 MW capacity is likely to be commissioned with a high level of certainty during the remaining plan period. Further the private sector is likely to contribute
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12th Plan

In addition a large number of IPPs have applied for coal linkage totaling to more than 3, 00,000 MW. They are in simultaneous coordination with states for acquiring land, water, and other inputs. Min. of Power vide Office Memorandum dated 21.10.2009 has issued coal linkage policy for 12th Plan Projects and requested CEA to prequalify and prioritize 12th plan projects. CEA requested all the developers to furnish information in the prescribed format for which application for Coal linkage were received by December 2010. CEA has completed the exercise and pre-qualified & prioritized 106 IPPs totaling to more than 1,00,000 MW for coal linkage for 12th Plan based on the criteria given in MoP Office Memorandum dated 21.10.09 and details of priortised Projects have been sent to Min. of Power. 6.4 Construction Monitoring of Thermal Power Projects

As per the Mid-Term Appraisal for 11th Plan, a target of 62374 MW (Thermal: 50757 MW + Hydro: 8237 MW + Nuclear: 3380 MW) with high degree of certainty was envisaged for commissioning during the 11th Plan.

project sites for assessing the progress of various construction activities and rendering necessary advice/ assistance in resolving the problems being faced by the project authorities. Regular review meetings are held in CEA with project authorities, main plant & equipment manufacturers and other equipment suppliers. 6.4.1 Key Initiatives Based on the past experience, there has been a significant shift in approach towards project monitoring with intensive review against prespecified milestones and to facilitate resolution of issues. Some of the key initiatives taken during the year in the role of a facilitator include the following: Detailed schedules were drawn up for equipment supplies and project milestones commitments from project authorities and equipment suppliers/ executing agencies for on-going 11th plan projects targeted for commissioning during 2011-12.

CEA is entrusted with monitoring of various thermal power projects under execution in the country. Project monitoring related activities emerge from Section 73 (f) Functions and Duties of Authority under Electricity Act, 2003 which inter-alia envisages To promote and assist in timely completion of various schemes and projects. Visits are made by CEA officers to the

As against the target of 50757 MW thermal capacity additions during 11th Plan, a capacity of 29461.5 MW (year wise details given in Fig.1) had been commissioned till March, 2011 and balance capacity is targeted for commissioning during the remaining period of 11th Plan and beyond.

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12th Plan thermal projects visited to assess the progress of various activities going on at site including the 11th Plan Gas based projects.

developing road map for introduction of new technologies for thermal power generation.

6.5.1 Capacity Addition Achieved during 2010-11

6.5

Review meetings were held with various BOP vendors for 11th Plan thermal projects to review the progress of work and finalizing the completion schedule of BOPs to match the commissioning of the thermal projects. Thermal Capacity Addition Programme

A large number of supercritical units of 660/800 MW are under construction for likely commissioning in 11th Plan and 12th Plan. Though, initial supercritical units were designed with steam parameters of 247 kg/cm2, 537/565 6 C, higher steam parameters of 247 kg/cm2, 565/593 6 C are being adopted for new supercritical units.

During the year 2010-11, thermal capacity addition of 11250.5 MW was achieved against a programme of 17793 MW, which is the highest addition in any previous year. The details of the projects programmed/ commissioned during the year are given at Annexure-6(C). However, some projects got delayed due to various reasons such as slow progress of works by BOP vendors, law and order issues especially in Easter and North Easter Region, non-sequential supply of main plan equipment, slow civil works alongwith interfacing problems with equipment erection, insufficient deployment of erection and commissioning personnel etc. 6.5.2 Thermal Capacity Addition Programme during 2011-12

As a result of efforts being made to encourage international manufacturers to set up manufacturing facilities for supercritical units in India so as to create indigenous manufacturing capability, several joint venture companies have been/are being set up between international manufacturers and Indian companies for manufacturing supercritical boilers/turbo-generator in the country. Bulk tendering of 11 nos. 660 MW supercritical units of NTPC & DVC has been undertaken by NTPC through International Competitive bidding (ICB) with the mandatory condition that the successful bidders would have to set up manufacturing facilities in India as per phased manufacturing program (PMP). Another bulk order for 9 nos. 800 MW units for NTPC with similar conditions have also been approved. CEA has been actively associated in the whole process and the progress of phased manufacturing program would be monitored by a Committee under CEA.

The remaining projects which were identified for commissioning during the 11th Plan are being intensively monitored to ensure their commissioning during the 2011-12 or early 2012-13. The details of the projects are given as Annexure-6(D). 6.6 6.6.1 Supercritical Technology Thermal Technology Development

6.6.2 Standard Design Criteria/Guidelines for Balance of Plant of 2 x (500 MW or above) Thermal Power Projects. Standard Design Criteria/Guidelines covering scope, design criteria, equipment features and performance guarantee tests etc. for Balance of Plant of 2 x (500 MW or above) Thermal Power Projects was finalised by CEA and also uploaded on CEA website.

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Preparation of document on standard technical features for supercritical units has been undertaken. A Committee comprising NTPC, BHEL, power utilities, power equipment manufacturers and consultants has been set up for the preparation of document. The draft Standard Technical Features for Supercritical Units of 660/800 MW were prepared and comments were sought on it from manufacturers and utilities. The document is under review for the comments received from some of the members. 6.7

6.6.3 Standard Technical Features Supercritical Units of 660/800 MW

for

Preparation of document on standard technical features for supercritical units has been undertaken. A Committee comprising NTPC, BHEL, power utilities, power equipment manufacturers and consultants has been set up for the preparation of document. The draft Standard Technical Features for Supercritical Units of 660/800 MW were prepared and comments were sought on it from manufacturers and utilities. The document is under review for the comments received from some of the members. 6.8 Review of Land Requirements for thermal power stations

Standard Design Criteria/Guidelines for Balance of Plant of (2 x 500 MW or above) Thermal Power Projects

6.9

Optimization of land requirement for various facilities/ areas in thermal power stations were carried out keeping in view the large capacity addition in 12th plan and beyond and challenges being faced in land acquisition. The report has been uploaded on CEA website. Following activities were also undertaken : a) Important Activities

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A Group has been constituted by CEA with Members from BHEL, NTPC & CIMFR for studying the range of blending of imported coal with domestic coal.

b) Committee for framing the guidelines / advisory for imposition of liquidity damages (LD) in respect of balance of plants. c) CEA had set up a Committee to examine the issue of dry cooling system for condenser cooling in thermal power plants. The report of the Committee, including for minimization of plant consumptive water requirement, is under finalization. d) CEA is associated with Advisory Committee for Project Safety Review for Nuclear stations. e) A group has been constituted by CEA with members from NTPC, BHEL, PGCIL, ABB etc. to formulate basic design parameters and features for 765/400/220/132 kV switchyard for Thermal / Hydro power projects and substations f) CEA has been associated with the work of development of geothermal energy for generating the electricity and other nonelectrical utilisation in the country g) Officers of CEA were represented on the following committees : i. CEA has been associated with the Committee set up by CERC for formulating methodology for setting up targets of energy savings for power stations under Perform, Achieve & Trade (PAT) scheme of National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE). ii. A Committee has been set up by Ministry of Power (MoP) under the chairmanship of Member (Thermal), CEA and comprising members from power utilities CISF & NIC for development of Infrastructure protection plan in thermal power sector. iii. Committee to investigate the cause of damage of Turbine and Generator bearings of 110 MW Unit I at PTPS constituted by HPGCL. iv. CEA has been associated with Enquiry Team formed by DVC to investigate the cause of total power failure preceded by motoring of Unit no. 7 at Chanderpur

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The main objective of Renovation & Modernisation (R&M) of thermal generating units is to make the operating units well equipped with modified / augmented latest technology equipment and systems with a view to improving their performance in terms of output, reliability and availability, reduction in maintenance requirements, ease of maintenance and minimizing inefficiencies. The R&M programme is primarily aimed at generation sustenance and overcoming problems. The life extension (LE) programme on the other
S.No. 1 2 3 4 Five Year Plan 7th Plan & 2 Annual Plans 8th Plan (R&M) (LEP) 9th Plan (R&M) (LEP) 10th Plan (R&M) (LEP) Year 85-86 to 89-90 & 90-91, 91-92 92-93 to 96-97 97-98 to 2001-02 2002-03 to 2006-07

6.10 Renovation & Modernisation of Thermal Power Stations

TPP on 07.05.10.

hand focuses on plant operation beyond their original design life after carrying out specific life assessment studies of critical components. 6.10.1

R&M Programme in a structured manner was initiated in 1984 as a centrally sponsored programme during 7th Plan. The momentum for undertaking R&M works continued during the 8th & 9th Plan but the same could however, not be sustained during 10th Plan as per the details given below:
Additional Generation Achieved MU/ Annum 10000 5085 14500 2000

Renovation and Modernisation (R&M) and Life Extension Programme (LEP) from 7th Plan onwards till 10th Plan

No. of TPS / No. of Capacity (MW) Units 34 / 163 44 / 198 43/(194) 1 (4) 13570 20869 (20569) (300)

Equivalent MW** 2000 763 2200 300

37 / 152 29/ (127) 8/ (25)

6.10.2 National Perspective Plan

* Out of 106, 23 units were considered under PIE programme and 45 units were found techno-economically unviable. ** Equivalent MW has been worked out assuming PLF prevailing during that period.

9/25 (14 out of 57 planned ) (11 out of 106 *)

18991 (17306) (1685) 3445 (2460) (985)

Based on the discussions held with Ministry of Power, various utilities, PFC and BHEL, CEA have prepared a document on National Perspective Plan for Renovation & Modernisation and Life Extension and up-rating (LE&U) of thermal power stations up to the year 2016-17. This document also includes revised guidelines for Renovation & Modernization / Life Extensions works on coal /

lignite based thermal power stations and this document was released by Honorable Minister of Power on 14.12.2009 on the occasion of Energy Conservation day.

In the Perspective Plan, 53 units (7318 MW) for LE works and 76 units (18965 MW) for R&M works have been identified in 11th Plan and for 12th Plan 72 units (16532 MW) for LE work and 23 units (4871 MW) for R&M work have been
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6.11 Life Extension / R&M Programme

6.11.1 LE/R&M Programme during 11th Plan (2007-08 to 2011-12)


Sl No. 1. 2. Particular LE works R&M works Total State Sector No. of units 33 27 60 Capacity (MW) 4524 6015 10539

Status of Implementation of LE & R&M works during 11th Plan as on 31st March, 2011 is furnished at Annexure 6-E & 6-F respectively. Break up of units identified for LE / R&M works during 11th plan state sector wise and central sector wise is furnished as under :Central Sector No. of units 20 49 69 Capacity (MW) 2794 12950 15744 Total (State sector + Central Sector No. of units 53 76 129 Capacity (MW) 7318 18965 26283

6.11.2 Estimated funds requirements for LE and R&M programme during 11th Plan

The estimated fund requirements for LE and


Particulars of Works L.E. Program R&M Program Total No. of TPS 23 21

R&M programme for 11th plan is Rs. 16920 crores, comprising Rs. 12433 crores and Rs. 4487 crores for LE and R&M programme respectively, as would be seen from the table given below:No. of Units 53 76 Capacity (MW) 7318 18965 Estimated Cost(Rs. Crores) 12433 4487 16920

Sl. No. 1 2

During the first four years of 11th Plan (till Mar., 2011), LE works have been completed in 12
Sl. No. Central Sector 1 State Sector 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 * Name of TPS Anta CCGT (NTPC) Obra TPS Obra TPS Obra TPS Obra TPS Haduaganj TPS Panipat TPS Ukai TPS Ukai TPS Amarkantak TPS

6.11.3 Life Extension Programme Status during 2007-08 to 2010-11 of the 11th Plan

units comprising 9 units in the state sector and 3 units of NTPC in the central sector out of total 53 units planned for 11th plan. Sector wise details of units where LE works have been completed are furnished as under :GT 1 to 3 1 2 9 6 5 1 1 2 2 Unit No. Capacity (MW) 3x89 40 40 200* 94 60 110 120 120 120 81

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6.11.4 R&M Programme Status during 2007-08 to 2010-11 of the 11th Plan

During the first four years of the 11th Plan (till Mar., 2011), R&M works have been completed in 59 nos. of units comprising 20 nos. of units and
Sl. No. Name of TPS DVC

39 nos. of units in the state and central sector respectively as against total 76 nos. of units planned for the 11th plan. Sector wise details of units where R&M works have been completed are furnished as under:Unit No. Capacity (MW)

Central Sector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 9

NTPC

Durgapur TPS Korba STPS

3&4 1 to 6 1 to 6 1 to 6 1 to 3 3&4 5&6 1 to 7 1&2 1&2 1 to 6 5 to 7 1 to 6 3 to 5 1&2

130+ 210 3x200+3x500 3x200+3x500 3x200 3x110 2x110 6x210

Vindhyachal STPS 1 Ramagundem STPS Farakka STPS St-I, Talcher TPS *

Tanda TPS Unit 1, Singrauli STPS Rihand St 1 Ropar TPS

Unchahar TPS St. 1

5x200+2x500 2x210 2x500 6x210

State Sector

12 13 14 15

Koradi TPS Parli TPS

Chandrapur TPS Rajghat TPS

1x200+2x210 4x210+2x500 2x67.5 3x210

In addition, R&M completed in Talcher TPS Unit 1 to 4 (4x60 MW) which were not originally envisaged for R&M works in National Perspective Plan by NTPC.

Out of 53 units (7318 MW) for LE works and 76 units (18965 MW) for R&M works planned for 11th
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Particulars LE works Completed during 11th Plan (till March, 2011) R&M works Completed during 11thPlan (till March. 2011) Additional Completed* TOTAL

State sector No. of units 9 20 29

Capacity Capacity No. of units (MW) (MW) 904 4485 5389 3 39 4 46 267 10370 240 10877

Central sector

Total (State + Central ) No. of Capacity units (MW) 12 59 4 75 1171 14855 240 16266

* In addition, R&M completed in Talcher TPS Unit 1 to 4 (4x60 MW) which were not originally envisaged for R&M works in National Perspective Plan by NTPC. (Details attached at Annexure 6E & 6F)

6.12 Target vis--vis achievement during the first four years of the 11th Plan:

in Central Sector with a capacity 26283 MW), LE/R&M works in respect of 71 units (29 numbers in State Sector and 42 number in Central Sector) of total capacity of 16026 MW were completed (till March, 2011). In addition, 4 numbers of units of Talcher TPS of 60 MW each which were not originally envisaged for R&M works in National Perspective Plan, were also completed thereby increasing the total number of units where R&M/LE works completed to 75 nos. with a capacity of 16266 MW. In terms of nos. of units as well as capacity, 55% and 61% of targets planned for 11th plan have been achieved respectively during the first four years of the 11th plan. Further, out of remaining 58 units, LE/R&M works are to be completed in respect of 16 nos. of units of total capacity of 3340 MW during remaining period of 1 year of the 11th Plan and LE/R&M works in respect of the rest 42 units of total capacity 6917 MW would likely to be slipped
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beyond 11th Plan (Details at Annexure 6G & 6F IIIB) 6.12.1 Main Reasons of shortfall in achieving LE / R&M targets

In power deficit scenario, utilities hesitate to take longer shut down for undertaking LE works. Delay in supplies of equipment by the suppliers.

Shortage of BOP suppliers/contractors in the country. Non availability of dedicated skilled R&M team with most of the SEBs /PSUs. Lack of co-ordination between contractors and their sub-contractors.

the

Surprises, when the unit is opened up for carrying out the R&M/LE works, new defects or damaged components are observed resulting in delay in procurement & rectification.

Non-availability of funds and poor financial condition of State Electricity Boards (SEBs)/ Power Utilitie
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6.12.2 Improvement in PLF due to implementation of R&M / Life Extension works There has been considerable improvement in Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Utility Name of Station Unit No. 2 6 5 1 1 1 2 2

most of the units where Life Extension works were carried out. The details of PLF before and after LE works are tabulated below: PLF after LEP

Change in PLF where Life Extension works completed during the 11th Plan. Before LEP/ PLF before Derated LEP ** 40 94 60 120 110 40 120 120 0 0 0 40 58 0 52 46

UPRVUNL UPRVUNL UPRVUNL GSECL HPGCL UPRVUNL GSECL

Obra Obra

75.5 Unit synchronised on (2009-10) 5th February 2009. 66.2 Unit synchronised on (2008-09) 20th March, 2008. 55.0 (2008-09) 84.6 (2009-10) 82.0 (2009-10) 65.7 (2010-11) Unit synchronised on 24th May, 2008. Unit synchronised on 4th Nov, 2008. Unit synchronised on 4th May 2009. Unit synchronised on 27th May,2008.

Remarks

Harduaganj Ukai Panipat Obra Ukai Amarkantak Extn.

** Average PLF of last three years before LE.

MPPGCL

62.3 Unit synchronised on (2010-11) 24th February, 2010. 77.0 Unit synchronised on (Oct.2010) 26th August, 2010.

6.12.3 LE and R&M Targets during 2011 12 of 11th Plan


Sl. No 1 2 Particulars LE works TOTAL State sector

Broad details of State / Central Sector wise LE/R&M works to be taken up during 2011 12 of 11th Plan are furnished below:
Central sector Total (State + Central ) 6 760

No. of units 6 6 -

Capacity (MW) 760 760 -

No. of units 10 10 -

Capacity (MW) 2580 2580 -

No. of units 10 16

Capacity (MW) 2580 3340

R&M works

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Ministry of Power had issued guidelines for undertaking R&M and Life Extension works in respect of thermal power stations vide letter No.12/6/99-Th.3 dated 8/12-Janauary, 2004. The guidelines, inter-alia provided that the power stations where BHEL has supplied the main plant e.g. Boilers and TG (BTG) sets, the R&M work may be awarded through negotiations with BHEL. Accordingly, various State utilities awarded contract for undertaking R&M-cum-L.E. works at their thermal units to BHEL as OEM through negotiated route. However, the Guidelines has been revised by CEA in Nov.2009.

6.12.4 Inordinate delay in completion of Life Extension (L.E.) works of thermal power stations being undertaken by OEM

Details of Actual Date of Completion of Life Extension Works Vis--vis Actual Date of Start of Life Extension Works being completed/ undertaken by BHEL
Sl.No. 1. Name of the TPS, Unit No. & Capacity (MW) Panipat TPS, Unit 1, (110 MW) Actual Date of Start of LE works (shut down) 25.09.2007 Actual date of completion of LE work. 04.11.08 Shut down planned as per the contract 6 months Actual time (shut down) taken for completion of L.E. works. more than 13 months Remarks

From time to time, the State Utilities such as UPRVUNL, GSECL, HPGCL etc. have been informing CEA that shut down period of their thermal units for execution of R&M cum- LE works being undertaken by BHEL are getting abnormally extended for a period of 13 to 21 months as against envisaged shut down period of 6 to 9 months, thereby aggravating power supply position and revenue loss to their respective States and, thus, defeating the very purpose and spirit of cost effectiveness of the R&M and LE works at the thermal power stations in making available the additional cheaper power from the old existing thermal units. The statement indicating actual date of completion of life extension works viz-a-viz actual date of commencement of the life extension works undertaken by BHEL is tabulated below:

Though the LE works were completed in 16.9.2007 but the machine was back in service only in May, 2008 after rectifying the teething problems. The unit has touched 110 MW and is yet to achieve full load (120 MW). PG test yet to be done by BHEL. The unit is running at a load of about 100 MW and yet to achieve full load (120MW). PG test yet to be done by BHEL. The unit is running at 100-105 MW. Unit synchronized on 17.09.2010. During stabilization two failures occurred on 15th & 31st Oct. 2010. Turbine reopened in Nov.10 for identification and rectification of problem. Expected date of resynchronization in April.2011.

2.

Ukai TPS, Unit - 1, (120 MW)

06.09.2006

May,08

7 months

more than

3.

Ukai TPS, Unit - 2, (120 MW) Amarkantak Extn. TPS, Unit 2 (120 MW) Obra TPS, Unit - 9, (200 MW)

12.08.2008

17th March, 2010 26.08.2010

7 months

more than 19 months 13 months

4.

26.07.2009

9months

5.

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The common reasons for delay in implementation of R&M-cum-L.E schemes of BHEL supply units as experienced by some of the State utilities are:i) Delayed and non-sequential supply of materials from various BHEL units (Bhopal,Ranipet, Hyderabad).

ii) Deployment of inadequate skilled manpower. iii) Lack of co-ordination amongst BHELs various units.

Mismatching of spares supplied. Lot of rectification had to be done at site for BTG components.

The Partnership-in-Excellence (PIE) programme launched by MoP in August 2005 of 10th Plan, continued in 11th Plan till June 2008 aiming at improving the performance of such stations which were running at PLF much below 60% by associating good operating units like NTPC, Tata Power etc. It was intended for adoption of better O&M practices in these stations so that the utilities could sustain better operating parameter on their own after completion of PIE programme.

6.12.5 Initiative taken by MoP/ CEA for improvement in performance of thermal power stations during 11th Plan

A strong message is required to percolate both at corporate level and unit levels of marketing and project management group of BHEL so that optimum utilization of existing generating assets already created in the Power Sector may be made through timely and successful implementation of R&M-cum- LE programme envisaged in the 11th Plan

CEA has impressed upon BHEL to look into factors as brought out above, causing considerable extension of shut down period of thermal units where L.E works are being carried out by BHEL as OEM

CEA identified thermal stations which were running at PLF below 60%. NTPC was chosen as partner in 16 thermal power stations and Tata Power was selected in case of Dhuvaran TPS. Four stations decided to take self improvement measures. CEA was actively associated in scheme identification, monitoring and facilitating in implementation of PIE programme through interaction with utilities, equipment suppliers, agencies associated with PIE programme and visiting power plants regularly. The PIE programme has been concluded in all identified thermal power stations by June 2008. There have been improvements in most of the stations with significant improvement in the following:
PLF Before PIE Programme (Apr-Sep 2005) 45.5 % 58.8 % 42.5 % 22.0 % 27.0 % 28.3 % PLF after PIE Programme (2007-08) 70.9 % 69.4 % 75.5 % 59.3 % 71.0 % 72.9 % Anual Report 2011-12

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Name of the plant / utility Bokaro 'B / DVC Rajghat / IPGCL Ennore / TNEB

Capacity under PIE Programme 630 MW 390 MW 135 MW 280 MW 280 MW 215 MW

Chandrapura / DVC

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The coal based thermal plants are the backbone of Indian power sector. Presently, 200/210/250/500 MW thermal units contribute about 60% of total generation in the country. They are performing better in terms of their plant load factor and availability. However, a large number of such 200/210 MW units have or are near completing their normal operating life and need modernization and life extension. There exists a potential for enhancing their rated capacity by 48% and efficiency by 8 to 10% in various 200/210 MW LMZ machines. Few such units have been taken up as pilot projects under Energy Efficient R&M (EE R&M) programme through funding support from World Bank and KfW, Germany.

6.12.6 Future vision for Life Extension / R&M Programme

mutually agreed techno-economical R&M solutions. The details of the above programmes are as follows

6.13.1 Energy Efficiency R&M Programme funded by KfW Bank-Germany

Under Energy Efficiency Programme, KfW Development Bank Germany has provided a soft loan of Euro 90 million for the implementation of energy efficient R&M at the following thermal power plants: i) ii) Kolaghat TPS, U-1 ,2 & 3 (3x210MW) of WBPDCL. Bokaro B TPS, U-1, 2 & 3 (3x210MW) of DVC.

So far, R&M activities were confined to old, small size units to sustain their operation, improve plant availability and extend their operating life. However, such units are highly inefficient and beset with various operational problems. It is aimed at to gradually decommission such units. 6.13 External Co-operation for R&M of TPS

The KfW-Germany has financed Energy Efficiency R&M programme on seven old thermal units of 210 MW at three thermal power stations in India. Similarly the World Bank has financed the Coal Fired Rehabilitation Programme India for demonstration of Energy Efficiency Rehabilitation & Modernissation of Coal Fired Generating Units for rehabilitation of 640 MW capacities across the three states West Bengal, Haryana and Maharashtra in India. In addition, KfW has financed the project for Standardisation of the Tendering Procedures and Preparation of Model Contract for the R&M of Fossil Fuel Based Power Plants in India. Also, METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) and MOP have agreed to extend their cooperation in sharing of technical expertise as well as in actual implementation of
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In addition to the above, KfW Bank has provided a grant of Euro 1.3 million for preparation of feasibility reports/DPR to identify & finalize the scope of works for R&M/LE for the above seven units through a consultant. M/s Evonik Energy Services GmBH, Germany have been selected as consultant through ICB route to prepare feasibility study / DPR for the above seven(07) units at three power stations. The implementation of R&M/LE works based on the Detailed Project Report (DPRs) would be taken up by the concerned utilities. Nasik TPS

iii) Nasik TPS, U-3 (210MW) of Mahagenco.

The DPR for Unit-3 (210 MW) was prepared in MERC format by M/s Evonik and submitted to Mahagenco. The DPR was submitted by Mahagenco to MERC for in principle approval. The MERC has given the in principle clearance on 01.04.2011. The final DPR after making the required corrections are awaited from M/s Evonik. b) Bokaro B TPS

The Draft Feasibility Report (DFR) for unit 1 of Bokaro B TPS was submitted in first week of June 2010. After discussion between CEA, DVC
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and M/s Evonik DVC finalized the scope of R&M works. The DPR for Unit-1(210 MW) of Bokaro B TPS has been prepared by M/s Evonik in March,2011. The same is under examination by CEA for finalization. The Draft Feasibility Report (DFR) for unit 3 of Kolaghat TPS was submitted in first week of June 2010. After discussion between CEA, WBPDCL and M/s Evonik the scope of R&M work were finalized. The DPR for Unit-3 (210 MW) of Kolaghat TPS was prepared by M/s Evonik and submitted to CEA in March, 2011. The same was examined by CEA and comments of CEA have been sent to M/s Evonik for incorporation in the final DPR. The final DPR is awaited from M/s Evonik. c) Kolaghat TPS

Phase-II activity comprises the preparation of the model documents / templates in consultation with task force, power utilities & financing agencies. It is intended to apply the documents for the Energy Efficiency Programme financed by KfW. 20th

Phase-I Task

A task force on development of tender procedure and model contracts for the Renovation & Modernization (R&M) of fossil fuel based power plants under the chairmanship of Member (Thermal),CEA was constituted vide MoP letter no. 5/33/2009-S.Th. dated 29/10/2009 comprising the members from various power utilities. The scope of the assignment to be completed by the task force is divided in two phases as under: It comprises of an assessment of tendering procedures currently being followed by public utilities in India and a review of documents used for standard R&M projects and the documents which have already been developed for energy efficient R&M projects financed by particularly World Bank. Phase-II Task

6.13.2 Development of the Tendering Procedures and Model Contract for the R&M of Fossil Fuel Based Power Plants in India. Funded by KfW Bank Germany.

KfW-Germany appointed a Tender Agent to assist CEA in selection of a consultant to carry out the Phase II activity. For selection of the consultant, NIT was published in India and Germany with last date as 10th Jan.' 2011. The bids from the Consultants were opened on 10th Jan.,2011 and technical and financial evaluation of the bids had been carried out and the bid evaluation report was sent to KfW for their No Objection. The No Objection is awaited from KfW Bank-Geremany. 6.13.3Coal-Fired Generation Rehabilitation Project-India funded by World Bank.

The first meeting of task force was held on November 2009 in CEA, N Delhi to discuss the report of phase-I activity i.e. Review of tendering procedures and documents followed by public utilities for renovation & modernization projects and further approach & methodology for development of the tendering procedures and model contract for the R&M of fossil fuel based power plants under Phase-II activity.

The World Bank has financed the Coal-Fired Generation Rehabilitation Project-India for demonstrating Energy Efficiency Rehabilitation & Modernization (EE R&M) of coal fired generating units through rehabilitation of 640 MW of capacity across three States- West Bengal, Haryana and Maharashtra. The project would also address critical barriers to large scale EE R&M in India. The project is funded through IBRD loan of USD 180 million and GEF grants of USD 45.4 million. Out of GEF grant of US $ 45.4 million, US $ 7.5 million have been earmarked for technical assistance components. Out of this technical assistance components, CEA has been provided a grant of US
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This component would fund Energy Efficient R&M of 640 MW capacity comprising Bandel TPS Unit-5(210 MW) of WBPDCL, Koradi TPS Unit6(210 MW) of Mahagenco and Panipat TPS Unit-3&4 (2x110 MW) of HPGCL. The World Bank has earmarked US $ 180 million of IBRD loan and US $ 37.9 million of GEF grants for the Component-1. Component - 2. Technical Assistance to address Critical Barriers to EE R&M

Component - 1. Energy Efficiency R&M Pilot Projects

$ 1.1 million to carry out various studies related to R&M of thermal power stations in India through appointment of some consultants. The above project has two components:at

March 16, 2009, brought Japan and India respectively represented by METI and MOP, to an agreement that the efficiency improvement in existing thermal power stations in India is a highly prioritized area of cooperation. METI and MOP have agreed to extend their cooperation in sharing of technical expertise as well as in actual implementation of mutually agreed technoeconomical R&M solutions. In the spirit of above MOU between Central Electricity Authority and JCOAL for preliminary study of Efficiency and Environment improvement study in coal fired power plants was signed during the meeting of India-Japan high level Energy Dialogues held in New Delhi on 30.4.2010. The purpose of this MOU is to carryout necessary diagnostic activities for few candidate coal-fired power plants pertaining to Energy Efficient Renovation & Modernisation works and finding out measures to overcome barriers for promoting R&M, towards carrying out efficiency and environmental improvement of coal-fired power plants in India.

The Technical Assistance component of the project is aimed at providing support in implementation of EE R&M pilots, developing a pipeline of EE R&M interventions, addressing barriers to EE R&M projects and strengthening institutional capacities of implementing agencies for improved operation and maintenance practices. The World Bank has earmarked US $ 7.5 million GEF grant. for the Component-2. 6.13.4 Japan-India co-operation for PrePrimary study of Efficiency and Environmental improvement of Coal fired stations

India and Japan have been going through a series of intense discussion to materialize the bilateral cooperation, based on the spirit of cooperation in the Power and Coal Sectors as envisaged in the Joint Statement, at the Japan-India Energy Policy Dialogue on September 17, 2008.

Furthermore, the discussion during the Steering Committee and the subsequent Working Group of Japan-India Energy Policy Dialogue on

JCOAL had short listed four candidate coal fired power plants viz. Ukai and Wanakbori TPS (GSECL), Ramagundem STPS (NTPC) and Vijaywada TPS (APGENCO) for pre primary studies. A Pre-Primary Questionnaire prepared by JCOAL was forwarded to concerned utilities and related data had been received from the utilities. A team of experts from JCOAL accompanied by CEA Officers visited four candidate coal fired power plants viz. Ukai and Wanakbori TPS (GSECL), Ramagundem STPS (NTPC) and Vijaywada TPS (APGENCO) during 26th Aug. to 1st Sept. 2010 for pre-primary studies and had short listed three units viz. Wanakbori TPS (GSECL), Ramagundem STPS (NTPC) and Vijaywada TPS (APGENCO) for further studies. A JCOAL expert team had visited Wanakbori TPS (GSECL), Ramagundam STPS (NTPC) and Vijaywada TPS (APGENCO) during 21st to 27th Nov.' 2010 for detailed studies.
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The summary of the Draft report was submitted by JCOAL in last week of Dec. 2010. Findings of their studies have been submitted by them in March,2011. However, the detail report is yet to be submitted by them. JCOAL has proposed for signing of a fresh MoU between CEA, JCOAL and JBIC for carrying out further detailed study for R&M, based on the findings of the Pre-primary Study Report. 6.13.5 World Bank funded EE R&M Pilot Projects i) Bandel TPS, U-5 (210 MW) of WBPDCL

DPR for the R&M project consisting following major packages have been prepared by the M/s Evonik Energy Services (Project design consultant):i) ii) Coal Handling System Package(CHP) Main Plant Package (BTG -Boiler,Turbine & Generator)

The fund allocation for the EE R&M of U-5(210 MW) of Koradi TPS is around 59.00 million US $ (loan) and grant US $ 12.45 million. M/s Evonik Energy Services have been selected as Project Design Consultant w.e.f Nov., 2007. M/s Evonik prepared the DPR of the R&M project consisting four major packages BTG, Electrical, CHP & other BOP. The DPR with an estimated cost of Rs. 486 Crs. was accepted and approved by Mahagenco Board. Final reports for Environmental Audit & Due Diligence (EADD) and Rapid Social Assessment (RSA) were submitted and accepted by Mahagenco. In principle approval of MERC for capital expenditure received vide letter dated 24.05.2010. NIT for BTG pkg. was floated on 7th August' 2010 with last submission date 15-12-2010 which was extended to 15th Feb.' 2011. The bids have been opened on 15.02.2011. The technical evaluation of bids is in process. Total cost of the R&M project of U-3&4 (2x110 MW) of Panipat TPS is around Rs. 448.4 Cr. Fund allocation for the Panipat TPS is around US $ 62 million (Loan) and Grant US $ 13 million. M/s SMEC, Gurgaon had submitted Rapid Social Assessment (RSA) report on 27.09.2010. Environment Assessment Due Diligence (EADD) Report had been submitted by M/s ENZEN, Bangalore on 28.09.2010. M/s Energo Engineering Projects has been appointed as the Design Consultant for preparation DPRs and bid documents for R&M projects. 6.13.6.1 Technical assistance by World Bank to CEA iii)Panipat TPS, U-3 & 4 (2x110MW) of HPGCL

iii) Ash Handling Package & Water System Package (AHP & Water) The Cost of the project is around Rs. 472 crores (330 +142; Loan + Equity) with a Loan: Equity ratio as 70:30. The execution period of the project is 24 months as per tender document. iv) Electrical System Package

The first stage biding for BTG (Main Plant Package) was held in September,2009 and out of four bids received, only one was found responsive. Due to regularity norms, WBPDCL could not proceed for next stage bidding having only one bid responsive and therefore, WBPDCL decided for rebidding. NIT for re-bidding was issued with the last submission date of bid as 22-02-.2011 which was further extended to 22.03.2011. ii) Koradi TPS, U-6 (210MW) of Mahagenco

The World Bank is providing technical assistance of US $ 1.1 million as a part of GEF grant to CEA under Coal Fired Generation Rehabilitation Project-India for addressing the barriers to Energy Efficient R&M of coal fired generating units in India. The scheme would be
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implemented through appointment of consultants for carrying out the following four studies: a) b) Study on reduction of barriers to R&M interventions in thermal power stations in India. c) Study on developing markets for implementation of R&M in thermal power stations in India. Review of institutional capacity and capacity strengthening interventions at CEA.

unts 1&2 (2x210MW) and Parli unit 3 (1x210MW). 6.14.1 Fly Ash Utilisation 6.14 Fly Ash Generation & Utilization

M/s ABPS Infrastructure Advisory Services Ltd has been appointed as implementation support consultant (ISC) by CEA w.e.f. 28.10.2010 to assist CEA in procurement of the above consultants and in implementing the "Technical Assistance to CEA" project. The appointment of other consultants is under process. The EOI notification for procurement of four consultants for carrying out the above mentioned four technical studies has been completed and EOIs have been received for shortlisting of consultants. The evaluation of EOIs for short-listing of consultants for providing consultancy services for the studies and preparation of Request for Proposal documents is under process, 6.13.6.2 Financial assistance by World Bank under GEF facility as Grant for 12th Plan

d) Review of experience from Pilot R&M interventions in thermal power stations in India.

The total ash being generated by 85 Thermal power stations pertaining to various Power Utilities works out to about 123.54 million tones per annum. It is estimated that for the total thermal capacity (coal/lignite) based TPS by end of 11th Plan, the ash generated in the form of fly ash (80-90%) and bottom ash (10-20%) would be of the order of 173 million tones per annum considering 38% ash content in coal as an average and at 80% PLF. The beneficiation of coal by reduction in the percentage ash content and by blending with imported coal will reduce the total quantity of ash generation. Presently the major areas of application of fly ash include: i) ii) Cement manufacturing Roads and embankment construction Brick/Block/Tiles manufacturing Mine- filling

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Structural fill for reclaiming low lying areas

Agriculture, Forestry and Wasteland development

World Bank has made available GEF Grant for various studies viz. Design, Environment Audit & Due Diligence (EADDA) and Rapid Social Assessment (RSA) for LE works under 12th plan at various thermal units of Mahagenco. The units of Mahagenco proposed for above mentioned studies are Bhusawal units 2&3 (2x210MW) , Chandrapur
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As mentioned above, by the end of 2012, the ash likely to be generated from coal/lignite thermal plants shall be of the order of 173 million tonnes per annum. A number of measures are being taken to encourage various sectors to utilize fly ash. The targets of ash utilization are primarily governed by the MOE&F Notification dated 14th September, 1999 and its amendment notification dated 27th August, 2003 & 3rd November 2009 as well as Honble High Court of Delhi directions vide its judgments dated 4th December, 2002, 10th March, 2004 as well as 5th August, 2004. In the latest MOE&Fs amendment notification issued on 3rd Nov. 2009, all coal and, or lignite based thermal power stations and, or expansion units in operation before the date of this notification are to achieve the target of 100% fly ash utilization in five years from the date of issue of this notification and the new coal and, or lignite based thermal power stations and, or expansion units commissioned after this notification have to achieve 100 % ash utilization in 4 years from the date of commissioning.

products (ceramic tiles, wood, paints) pavement blocks, light weight aggregate, extraction of alumina, Cenospheres, etc.

6.14.2- Monitoring of Fly Ash Generationand Utilization

CEA monitors the fly ash generation and ash utilization of coal/lignite based thermal power plants pertaining to power utilities of the Centre and the States. CEA has initiated half yearly monitoring of data during the year 2006-07. The following main activities were carried out during the year: a) The data pertaining to 2009-10 (from April, 09 to March., 10) was sought from 85 coal/lignite based power plants pertaining to 29 power utilities in 17 States. The overall percentage of ash utilization for 2009-10 works out to be 62.60%. The ash utilization in various modes of ash utilization during the year 2009-10 is shown in Graph-I.

b) The progressive ash utilization data up to the year 2009-10 has been compiled and presented shown in Graph-II. c)

The report on Fly ash Generation and utilization data of 85 Nos. of Thermal Power Stations as utilities wise, region wise, sector wise for the year 2009-10 was prepared and sent to Ministry of Power in August, 2010. The actual ash generated was 123.54 MT and ash utilized was 77.34 MT and the overall percentage was 62.60 for the year 2009-10.

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7.1 India Smart Grid Task Force (ISGTF) and India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) Innovation, it was decided to constitute 5 working groups to focus on various aspects of implementation of Smart Grid in India as under-

In the first meeting of India Smart Grid Task Force held in September, 2010 under the chairmanship of Shri Sam Pitroda, Adviser to Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure &
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The main functions of the Smart Grid Task Force is to ensure awareness, co-ordination and integration of the diverse activities related to Smart Grid technologies, practices and services for Smart Grid Research and Development; Co-ordinate and integrate other relevant inter governmental activities, Collaborate on interoperability frame work, Review and validate the recommendations from Smart Grid Forum etc.

India Smart Grid Task Force is an Inter Ministerial Group and will serve as Governments focal point for activities related to smart grid and to evolve the road map for implementation of smart grids in our country. Shri Sam Pitroda, Adviser to Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovation is leading the India Smart Grid Task Force. Members of Smart Grid Task Force have been selected from concerned Ministries (Home, Defence, Communications & IT, New and Renewable Energy, Environment and Forest and Finance etc.) and organizations (Planning Commission, Department of Science and Technology, CERC, CEA, CPRI, BEE, NTPC, PGCIL, BIS, PFC & REC etc.).

7.1.1 India Smart Grid Task Force

For the systemic growth of the Smart Grid in the country, India Smart Grid Task Force and India Smart Grid Forum have been set up under the aegis of the Ministry of Power.

Working Group -1 focuses on trials/ pilots on new technologies/ ideas

Working Group-2 focuses on loss reduction and theft control including data gathering an analytics.

Working Group-3 focuses on access of power to rural areas and reliability and quality of power to urban areas. Working Group-4 focuses generation and renewable. on distributed

MoP have nominated Chairperson, CEA as Chair of the Working Group-4 on distributed generation and renewable and Working Group-5 on physical cyber security, standards and spectrum with Chief Engineer(DPD) as the convener of the Groups.

Working Group-5 focuses on physical cyber security, standards and spectrum.

The various meetings of Working Group-4 and Working Grpoup-5 have been conducted in CEA and the reports of both the Working Groups have been finalized for submission to India Smart Grid Task Force. 7.1.2 India Smart Grid Forum India Smart Grid Forum has been launched by Honble Union Power Minister on 26.5.2010. It is a non-profit voluntary consortium of public and private stakeholders, research institutes and selected utilities with the prime objective of accelerating
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Secretariat of the Forum is initially at PFC, New Delhi. M/s C-STEP is the knowledge partner and Advisor for the Forum. The terms of engagement is being finalised by PFC and later would be reviewed by Smart Grid Forum. Funding of the Forum will be from the annual membership fee from all members (except those specifically exempted) based on their categories. Initial funding of the Forum has been proposed through Ministry of Power, who will be the Patron of the Forum. Under the Smart Grid Forum, the following seven Working Groups have been formedWG1 - Advanced Transmission (incl. PMU, WAMS, FACTS etc.)
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Forum is open for voluntary memberships from all appropriate interested entities. There will be different categories of membership with different rights and responsibilities based on the entity size and other status such as government, regulator, nonprofit organisations, industry, utility etc. Initially the Forum is open by invitation and Invitations have been sent to selected state power utilities, private power utilities, power sector PSUs, empanelled System Integrators, SCADA Consultants and Implementing Agencies of R-APDRP, selected educational and research institutes, NGOs, CEA, CERC, CPRI, FICCI and NASSCOM etc.

development of Smart Grid technologies in India Power Sector. The goal of the Forum is to help the Indian power sector to deploy Smart Grid technologies in an efficient, cost-effective, innovative and scalable manner by bringing together all the key stakeholders and enabling technologies. The India Smart Grid Forum will coordinate and cooperate with relevant global and Indian bodies to leverage global experience and standards where ever available or helpful, and will highlight any gaps in the same from an Indian perspective.

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Chief Engineer (DPD), CEA has been nominated as General Secretary of CEA for the India Smart Grid Forum. The first meeting of the India Smart Grid Forum was held on 17th February 2011 and it was decided to hold the election for the Forum. 7.2

WG7 - Architecture and Design (Standards, Interoperability, Security, CIM etc.)

WG6 - Policy and Regulations (incl. Tariffs, Finance etc.)

WG5 - Consumption and Load Control (Demand Response, Home Automation, Appliances, Storage, Vehicles etc.)

Secretary (Power) of NCT of Delhi constituted an Emergency Response Team (ERT) to ensure uninterrupted power supply to Commonwealth Games venue and Games village and to do mock drills in consultation with Central Electricity Authority. One representative from DP&D Division was nominated from CEA for Emergency Response Team (ERT) for conduction of mock drills at the venues of Commonwealth Games. Mock Drills were conducted at all the playing venues of Commonwealth Games in consultation with CEA i.e at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium,

Association of CEA for conduction of mock drills at all the playing venues of Common Wealth Games 2010 for providing uninterrupted power supply

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Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Talkatora Indoor Stadium, Shayama Prasad Mukharjee Swimming Pool Stadium, Thyagraj Stadium, Siri Fort Sports Complex, Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range, Yamuna Sports Complex, R K Khanna Tennis Stadium, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Delhi University Rugby Stadium and Games village in the month of August & September 2010 and reports of mock drills along with the observations were sent to Delhi Government. The observation for providing uninterrupted power supply to the venues were also sent to the owning agencies of the stadiums (DDA/ CPWD/ NDMC/ DLTA/ DU) for compliance of the observations. The Mock Test Exercises conducted by the ERT was very useful for all the agencies to gear up to provide uninterrupted power supply to Common Wealth Games. 7.3 Works related to Union Territories

7.3.1 UT of Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Attended various meeting in MoP and Port Blair for monitoring the progress of the works being done by NTPC and PGCIL for Restoration/Revival of the Power sector in the various islands of UT of A & N Islands affected by Earthquake and Tsunami on 26.12.04. The following schemes were examined and comments were furnished to UTScheme for establishment of 15 MW DG Power House at South Andaman,

Scheme for augmentation of DG capacity and distribution system at Neil Island and Long Island, and Scheme for establishment of 1x1000 KW DG sets at Mayabunder for providing uninterrupted power supply.

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Technical assistance/advise to Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DONER) with reference to technical clearance of power development schemes of North Eastern States to be funded under NLCPR and National Capital Region Planning Board(NCRPB) were also rendered as & when requested. The following main works were completed during 2010-11

Rendered technical assistance to the UTs viz Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Islands, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Pondicherry, Chandigarh & Delhi including NDMC in project/ DPR formulation, technical clearance of Generation, Transmission & Distribution Schemes of UTs, preparation of technical specification for procurement of equipment, vetting of NITs/ acceptance of tenders, advise to UT Administration on specific technical , organizational and staff matters as and when referred to etc.

The MOU to be signed between A&N Administration and NTPC for the scheme for augmentation of DG capacity by 3 MW at Havelock Island and Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to be signed between A&N Administration and NTPC Ltd for purchase of power from 5 MW SPV Power Plant were vetted and comments were furnished to A&N Administration 7.3.2 UT of Lakshadweep

Examination of the matter regarding unsatisfactory performance and O&M problem of MTU engine of DG sets in various Islands of UT of Lakshadweep. 7.3.3 UT of Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1. The schemes for establishment of 66/11 KV 2x20 MVA S/S at Athal and scheme for establishment of 66/11 KV 2x15 MVA S/S at Velugam in UT of D&NH were accorded technical clearance.
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Technical bids for the following schemes / works were examined and comments / observations were furnished to UT Administration. Annual Maintenance Contract for O&M of 220/66 KV , 2x160 MVA S/S at Khadoli in UT of D&NH Re tendering of the scheme for procurement of distribution planning software and allied services in UT of D&NH Scheme for establishment of new 66/11 KV , 2x15 MVA S/S at Kala, Scheme for augmentation of 66 KV S/C line on D/C tower to D/C line(Hot line stringing) from Kharadpada to Dadra along with 66 KV bay at Dadra Scheme for establishment of new 66/11 KV , 2x20 MVA S/S at Athal

The proposals for providing 66 kV power supply arrangement to Beekaylon Synthetics Pvt. Ltd., M/s Nissan Copper Ltd, M/s Jiwarajaka Textile Ltd ,M/s Shekhawati Poly Yarn Pvt Ltd and M/s KLJ Plasticizer Pvt. Ltd were accorded technical clearance.

commissioning of 66/11 kV, 1x20 MVA transformer at Verkund, Scheme for supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 66 KV bays at Verkund, Dalwada & Ringanwada Scheme for design, supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 66 /11 KV, 2X15 MVA Sub Station at Bhimpore along with associated civil works & associated transmission line in UT of Daman & Diu

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The following schemes were examined and comments were sent to UT Admn . Schemes for establishment of 66/11 KV, 2x10 MVA S/S at Zari new

Scheme for installation of pre paid meters in UT of Daman & Diu

Scheme for establishment of 220/66 kV, 1x100 MVA S/S at Ringanwada

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Matter regarding Corporatization of Electricity Department of Dadra & Nagar Haveli was examined and comments were furnished. The scheme for installation of pre paid meters in UT of Daman & Diu was accorder technical clearance. UT of Daman & Diu

Scheme for augmentation of 66/11 KV Magarwada S/S from 20 MVA (2x10 MVA) to 30 MVA (3x10) capacity, Scheme for augmentation of 66/11 KV Ringanwada S/S from 20 MVA (2x10 MVA) to 40 MVA (2x10 +1x20) capacity

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Technical bids for the following schemes / works were examined and comments / observations were furnished to UT Administration. Scheme for supply, erection, testing and

The matter regarding creation of new posts under Plan scheme for Electricity Deptt of UT of Puducherry and the proposal of Government of Puducherry for creation of six posts as supporting staff for the Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum for UT of Puducherry was examined and comments were furnished. 7.3.6 Delhi/ NDMC / NCRPB

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Conduction of Mock test exercise at Parliament House S/S

To test the reliability of power supply to Parliament House before commencement of each Parliament Session, Mock test exercises at CPWD 11 KV Parliament House S/S were organized by CPWD in the presence of officers of CEA, CPWD & NDMC. The reports of the Mock Test Exercise were sent to MOP, CPWD & NDMC. Examination of the matter to enquire Interruption in Power supply in Parliament House on 19th April, 2010 under Member(GO&D)

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Attended the meeting taken by Jt. Secretary (Dist), MoP on 15-3-2011 to discuss the report of turn around of T&D Sector in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) prepared by TERI . Status of Rural Electrification in the Country: Rural Electrification

Final Report on Preparation of Blue Print for the turn around of T&D Sector in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) prepared by TERI was examined and commenst were furnished to MoP.

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Accordingly, to prepare Functional Plan for Power-2021 for National Capital Region, a study Group was constituted in under the Chairmanship of Shri R K Verma, Director (DPD) Central Electricity Authority with all the Nodal Officers of all the constituents states as its members. Several meeting were held with the nodal officers of the constituent states i.e Delhi, UP, Haryana & Rajasthan and data regarding their present infrastructure and the plan for meeting the expected demand of area by 2021 was analyzed by the Study Group. The Study Group submitted the final Report on Functional Plan for Power 2021 for National Capital Region in December 2010
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NCR Planning Board Act, 1985 provides for preparation of Functional Plans by the NCR Planning Board. Section 2 (d) of NCR Planning Board Act, 1985 defines Functional Plans as a Plan prepared to elaborate one or more elements of the Regional Plan. The Regional Plan policies and proposals are to be implemented through preparation of Functional Plans for various important sectors of RP 2021 NCR.

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During 2010-11 (Upto February, 2011), 36,968 number of inhabited villages have been electrified and 401059 pump sets have been energized. Cumulatively, 537888 inhabited villages constituting 90.6% have been electrified out of a total of 593732 inhabited villages and 17161514 pump sets have been energized in the country. It is observed that: 7 States namely Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Goa, Haryana, Kerala Punjab and Tamil nadu and all UTs except Andaman & Nicobar islands have achieved 100% village electrification.

13 States namely Assam,Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal & West Bengal have achieved more than the National Average of village electrification (90.6%). 9 States namely Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Meghalya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa , Rajasthan & Tripura are lagging behind the National Average of village

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The charts showing the Plan wise and State wise progress of village electrification and pump sets energisation as on 28.02.2011 are shown at the end of the chapter. 7.5.2 Continuation of Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran yojna in 11th plan Scheme of Rural Electricity Infrastructure and Household Electrification.

electrification:

Meetings of monitoring Committee taken by Secretary (Power) at regular intervals regarding the implementation of RGGVY. 94,953 number of villages and 1.70 crores rural households including 1.55 crores BPL households have been electrified under the scheme upto 15/3/2011. Rs.24594.4 crores has been released upto 15.03.2011. 7.5.3

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Under the scheme, projects were financed with 90% Capital subsidy by the Central Government for provision of Rural Electricity Distribution Backbone (REDB), Creation of Village Electrification Infrastructure (VEI), Decentralised Distributed Generation (DDG). ). There is a provision of subsidy of Rs. 540 crores for DDG under the scheme. Guidelines for village electrification through Decentralized Distributed Generation(DDG) under RGGVY in the 11th plan has been approved and circulated vide OM No.44/1/2007-RE dated 12th January,2009. The projects under the scheme will be subject to Three

Central Government approved continuation of Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojna Scheme of Rural Electricity Infrastructure and Household Electrificationin the 11th Plan for attaining the goal of providing access to electricity to all households, electrification of about 1.15 lakhs unelectrified villages and electricity connections to 2.34 crores BPL households. The approval has been accorded for capital subsidy of Rs.28000 crores during the 11th Plan Period.

The task of collection and compilation of data in respect of achievement of rural electrification and energization of pump sets in the country and issue of monthly progress report for use of all Departments/Ministries/Planning Commission/ various High Powered Committees like Consultative Committee of Power etc. was also performed in CEA 7.5.4

Preparation of monthly progress report for village electrification & Pumpset energisation:

CEA is collecting information in respect of number and duration of outages of power supply to consumer and reliability index besides the outages of 11 kV feeders in respect of State capital & major towns with population of more than eight lakhs as well as other towns having population of more than one lakh. This information is being made available to CEA every month by various distribution companies where GIS system has been completed.

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DESIGN AND ENGINEERING SERVICE


Design & Engineering of Hydro Electric Projects Central Electricity Authority renders design & engineering services for detailed engineering to Hydro Power Projects under execution in the Central/State Sectors and neighbouring countries. Design & Engineering includes complete design, techno-economic analysis, preparation of specifications, tender evaluation, selection and sizing of equipments, detailed layout and schematic drawings for hydro turbine, generator, transformer, switchyard equipment and other auxiliaries. 8.1 conventional hydro generating units, bulb/tubular type units, pumped storage schemes and underground power stations with unit capacity from few KW to 250 MW. CEA is fully equipped to provide state of the art design and engineering services for hydro power projects of any type and capacity. 8.2 During 2010-11, CEA continued consultancy services for design and engineering of electrical and mechanical works of eleven (11) nos. hydro electric projects. Out of these Eight (8) projects in India and three (3) are in neighboring countries with aggregate installed capacity of about 4353MW including large hydro power projects such as Loharinag Pala (4x150 MW), Tapovan Vishnugad (4x130 MW), Punatsangchu St.I (6x200 MW) and Punatsangchu St.II (6x165 MW), Bhutan. The Hydro Power Projects for which design & engineering services were rendered by CEA during 2010-11 are as given below:Stae/Executing Agency Capacity (MW) 4x100 4x150 4x130 6x68.67 2x42 1x42 3x7.5 2x20

Programme and Achievement During 2010-11

The legacy of CEA in rendering the design and engineering of Hydro Electric Projects is for a period of 50 years since 1960. Seventy five (75) hydro electric projects in India and neighbouring countries having aggregate installed capacity of over 15757 MW (details as per Annexure-8A) were completely designed and engineered by this organisation during this period are in successful commercial operation. The design consultancy of hydro electric projects include projects with
S.No Northern Region 1. 2. 3. 4. North Eastern Region 5. 6. 7. 8. Neighbouring Countries 9. 10. 11. Project

Hydro Power Stations for which Design & Engineering Services are being rendered by CEA
Koteshwar Loharinag Pala** Tapovan Vishnugad Rampur * Uttarakhand/THDC Uttarakhand /NTPC Uttarakhand /NTPC Himachal Pradesh/SJVNL Meghalaya/MeSEB Meghalaya/MeSEB Meghalaya/MeSEB Meghalaya/MeSEB

Myntdu Leshka MyntduLeshka(Extn.) Ganol New Umtru * Punatsangchu St.I Punatsangchu St.II Salma * Total

Bhutan/PHPA Bhutan/PHPA Afghanistan/WAPCOS

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Report of committee on time extension for construction of civil work for Koteshwar H.E. Project was prepared in which Chief Engineer HE&RM was Committee Member 8.3 Scrutiny / Examination of DPRs of New HE Projects chapters on

Technical specifications for Power Transformers, 400/220kvA auto transformers, 80 MVAr Stunt reactor, UAT & SST dry type transformers, IPBD, Pothead yard equipment, oil purification system, 420 kV XLPE cables and GIS equipments along with tender drawings were prepared, 2 (Two) nos. technical bids for 400kV XLPE cables and 420kV & 245kV GIS equipment were evaluated for Punatsangchu (Stage-I) H.E. Project, Bhutan. In addition to the above, about 7,500 sheets of manufacturers drawings were examined for Koteshwar H.E.Project (4x100 MW), Myntdu H.E.Project (2x42 +1x42 MW), Loharinag Pala (4x150 MW), Tapovan Vishnugad H.E.Project (4x130 MW), Salma H.E.Projects, (3x14 MW) and New Umtru H. E. Project (2x20 MW). Design memos for 30 (thirty) nos. of E&M equipments for Loharinag Pala H.E.Project and Tapovan Vishnugad H.E.Project were examined. Civil construction drawings 100 nos. for Loharinag Pala H.E.Project (4x150 MW), Tapovan Vishnugad H.E.Project, Koteshwar H.E.Project (4x100 MW) and Myntdu H.E.Project (2x42 MW) were examined. During the year, layout drawings of Power house, Switchyard etc. were also finalized for the Loharinag Pala H.E.Project (4x150 MW), Tapovan Vishnugad H.E.Project (4x130 MW) & Salma H.E. Project, (3x14 MW).

Some of the major works completed during the year under consultancy services are as given below:-

equipment, related drawings and the quantities of 31 nos. DPRs of HE Projects and associated clarifications/drawings/documents etc. as received from time to time were examined and commented upon. A list of these HE Projects are as under: S. Project Name No. Nyamjangchu 1 HEP Tawang-I 2 HEP Tawang-II 3 HEP 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Nafra HEP Polavaram HEP Sainj HEP Stae/Executing Agency Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh J&K Sikkim Capacity (MW) 6x130 3x200 4x200 2x60 12x80 4x175 2x50 3x60

Tato-II HEP Bajoli Holi HEP Baglihar-II HEP Teesta (St. VI) HEP Kolodyne HEP Tamanthi HEP Schwezaye HEP Lower Kopli HEP Devasari HEP Kotlibhel HEP St-I(A) Kotlibhel HEP St-I(B) Kotlibhel HEP St-II Vyasi HEP Bogudiyar HEP

3x150 4x125 4x115 642 6x200 3x50 3x65 4x80 2x60 2x73

Mynmar Mynmar Assam

Mizoram

Uttrakhand Uttrakhand Uttrakhand Uttrakhand Uttrakhand Uttrakhand

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Arunachal Pradesh Tilong Londa Arunachal HEP Pradesh Siyom HEP Shontong Himachal Karcham HEP Pradesh Naying HEP Arunachal Pradesh

6x166.67 3x75

b)

3x150 4x250 2x45 3x24 5x25 4x165 3x32

c)

Jelam Tamak Uttrakhand HEP Arunachal Jameri HEP Pradesh Lakhwar HEP Uttrakhand Tiuni Plasu Uttrakhand HEP Kishau Multipurpose Project Lethang HEP Bina Comp. irrigation & Multipurpose Project Nandprayag Langasu HEP Demwe Upper HEP Dagmara HEP Bihar Uttrakhand Sikkim Madhya Pradesh Uttrkahand Arunachal Pradesh

3x42.67 3x100

d) e)

Proposal for re-organizing and elevating the existing Working Group on Mining and metallurgy under the India-Russia Inter-Governmental Commission Trade, Economic, Scientific, Technological and cultural Cooperation (IRIGC-TEC). India Russia Forum on Trade & Investments in New Delhi on Oct., 27, 2010.

Information regarding Ministerial level India-U.S. Trade Policy Forum meeting to be held on 21-22 Sept. 2010 in Washington.

Technological Cooperation.

2x11+2x5 4x25

f)

European Union Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain substances in Electrical and electronic equipment.

Various proposals regarding the foreign assistance/bilateral cooperation pertaining to HE Projects as received from Ministry of Power through F&SA Div./Coordination Div. were examined and commented upon. List of various schemes are as under: a)

Proposals for Foreign Assistance/Bilateral Co-operation for HE Projects.

4x273.5 +1x50

g) h)

2nd Review of Indian-Singapore CECA Questionnaire on the impact of the India-Singapore CECA inputs from Department/Ministries/Stake holders Fourth Session of India-Russia Forum on Trade & Investment to be held in N. Delhi. India-EU Bilateral Trade Investment Agreement (BTIA) negotiation on Sanitary and Phyto Sanitary(SPS)/Technical barrier to trade (TBT) Chapter . India Canada CEPA . Energy Cooperation between India and Norway
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The following innovative proposals as received from time to time were examined from feasibility point of view and commented upon: i) ii) Innovative idea regarding Low cost power production from Prof. Shatender K. Sharma, JNU.

Scrutiny of Innovative Proposals /Schemes for Hydro Power generation

8.8

Generation of power due to occurrence of high and low tides in sea water with the spin of earth rotating about its own axis inclined towards the sun by Sh. S.L.Chhabra, Kota, Rajasthan. 8.6 i) Other Miscellaneous Works

Energy for Tomorrow A Brain Wave from Shri. T.K. Unnikrishnan Asan of Edappally, Cochin

CEA is providing consultancy services for Thermal Power Projects / Power Transmission Schemes. The civil aspects of cost estimates for stage-I and stage-II activities of Hydropower Projects under three-stage clearance of H.E. Projects are also being examined. The monitoring of Fly Ash Generation and Utilization at Thermal Power Stations pertaining to Power Utilities in various states is being carried out. Assistance on civil engineering matters to various Wings/Divisions of CEA / MOP is also provided whenever required.. The main works carried out during the stated period are given as under: 8.8.1 Design and Consultancy Assignments ( civil aspects ) for Thermal/Power Transmission Projects i) Consultancy services to Power Development Department, Govt. of J & K

Design & Consultancy Assignments (Civil aspects) for Thermal/ Hydro/ Power Transmission Projects

Thermal Power Project (2x600 MW)

ii)

Formation of committee for Load Acceptance Criteria in Hydro Power Plants.

iii) 8.7

Examination / preparation of Standard Design Criteria / Guidelines for Switchyard associated with the Generating Plant. Examination of causes of failure of sickle plates of penstocks of Srisailem Left Bank PS & remedial measures.

ii) iii) iv) v) vi)

Transmission Project under Prime Ministers Reconstruction Programme.

The following design & engineering assignments as a part of consultancy work were carried out: a) b) c)
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Review Consultancy Services to DVC, Kolkata for Raghunathpur Thermal Power Station.

Technical advice in r/o other Thermal Power Plants viz. Yamuna Nagar TPS, RG TPP Hissar, Anpara II under UPRVUNL and PPCLS Karaikal CCGT.

Review consultancy for Raghunathpur

Review consultancy for Hisar Thermal Power Project (2x600 MW)

Review consultancy for Yamunanagar Thermal Power Project (2x300 MW)

Draft Standard DesignCriteria/Guide lines for Balance of Plants in respect of civil engineering aspects of Thermal

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Power Projects(2x500 MW or above) were finalized and the guidelines have been circulated in September, 2010. Meeting to review land requirement for Thermal Power Station was attended by officers from CEA and contributed in respect of civil engineering structure.

b)

The details of works carried out during the year are given at Annexure-8B

c)

i)

CEA is providing necessary assistance for civil engineering aspects pertaining to H. E. Projects being referred to it Preliminary Comments on DPR of H.E. Projects.

8.8.2 Assignment pertaining to Civil Works of Hydroelectric Project d)

The inspection of various PLCC equipment was done for Salma Dam Hydroelectric Project, Afghanistan through M/s WAPCOS. The PLCC equipment and 48V DC power supply system, EPBAX system and associated accessories will be installed and system will be commissioned in due course of time. Narmada Control Authority (NCA) has installed an RTU at River Bed Power House (RBPH) at Narmada Complex at Kevadia, Gujarat to enable transmission of data to WRLDC (Western Regional Load Despatch Centre). NCA is now planning to get the data of Canal Head Power House (CHPH) by installing an RTU and master system at Energy Management Centre (EMC) Indore with other communication facilities. CEA has provided technical inputs to NCA. Participating in the discussions organized by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) regarding Power System Control and Associated communicationsSectional Committee- LITD 10 in joint session with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system Working Group for Power Sector to discuss Indian Standard on SCADA.

CEA rendered technical consultancy to Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) for Telecommunication and SCADA system. The scheme is at advance stage of completion.

ii) iii)

Checking and Finalization of Quantities of Civil Works of H.E. Projects

Checking & Finalization of Phasing of Cost of Civil Works of H.E. Projects. Details of the above works Annexure-8C a) are at

8.8.3 Consultancy and Technical Support

e)

Following the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between CEA and Energy & Power Department (E&PD) of Government of Sikkim for Central Load Despatch Centre Phase II (CLDC-II), the Technical Specifications were prepared. E&PD of Govt. of Sikkim.invited the bids. The technical bid evaluation was carried out by CEA. The award is likely to be placed shortly.

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The Electricity Act, 2003 was notified in June, 2003. The Act replaces the three earlier Acts, namely, the Indian Electricity Act 1910, Electricity (Supply) Act, 1948 and the Electricity Regulatory Commission Act, 1998. As per the 2003 Act, CEA has inter-alia been entrusted with duties and functions relating to collection/recording of data/information relating to generation, transmission, distribution, trading and utilization of electricity and to carry out studies relating to cost, efficiency, competition etc. to evaluate the financial performance of the power sector. 9.1 Performance of State Electricity Boards/ State Power Utilities

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9.1.1 Average realization vis-a` vis Average Cost of Supply

The average cost of supply for utilities selling directly to consumers increased from 276 paise/unit in the year 2006-07 to 293 paise/unit in 2007-08 and to 340 paise/unit 2008-09. The average realisation from sale of power has gradually increased from 227 paise/unit in the year 2006-07 to 239 paise/unit in 2007-08 and to 262 paise/unit in 2008-09. The table below gives the average cost of supply and average realization covering all sectors in the country on the basis of the data made available by various SEBs/Utilities:(in paise/unit)

Average Cost of Supply and Average Realization of Electricity from All Sectors
Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Average Cost of Supply 276.00 293.00 340.00 Average Realisation 227.00 239.00 262.00 Gap 49.00 54.00 78.00

Source: PFC Reports on the performance of the State Power Utilities.

9.1.2

Various power utilities in the country have been suffering losses over the years without subsidy. The power utilities incurred losses (without accounting for subsidy) for the period 2006-07 to 2008-09 as indicated below:
Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Losses (Rs. Crores) 26725 32064 52623

Aggregate Losses

9.1.3

CEA - Helping the Transformation of Indian Power Sector.

Source: PFC Reports on the performance of the State Power Utilities.

The gap between average revenue realization and average cost of supply remained constantly high causing erosion over the years in the volume of internal resources generation by the SEBs / utilities and led many of them to virtual bankruptcy. The level of commercial losses of the SEBs/ utilities depended inter-alia on the unaccounted energy losses, effective subsidies incurred towards sales to agriculture and domestic sectors, efforts to neutralize them through cross subsidization and the level of subventions provided by the State Governments. Gross subsidy on energy sales has been increasing over the years because of
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Sector Utilities (CPSUs) for purchase of power and coal resulting in accumulation of huge outstanding amount to be paid by SEBs to CPSUs. This adversely affected the growth and performance of (CPSUs). This payment deficit continues to rise and threaten the viability of the Central Power Utilities. Poor credit worthiness of SEBs also effectively blocked investments by the private sector despite the enabling and encouraging framework laid down by the Centre. Even in the post reform period, managerial and financial inefficiency in the state sector utilities adversely affected capacity addition and system improvement programmes. In pursuance of the reforms process, the Expert Group constituted by the Government under the Chairmanship of Member (Energy), Planning Commission recommended a scheme for one time settlement of dues payable by the SEBs to CPSUs and Railways. This one time settlement scheme of dues (launched on 5th March, 2001) owed by SEBs/Utilities to CPSUs, was aimed at making loss making power utilities bankable. In terms of the Scheme, 60% of interest/surcharge on the delayed
Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 110 For 7 PSUs 41335.36 6747.52 6080.79 2840.75 2909.66 3045.19 4069.92 5837.66

the policy of some of the states to provide electricity at subsidized rates to agriculture and domestic consumers.

Considerable progress has been made since in the settlement of dues payable by SEBs to CPSUs and the Railways. All State Governments signed the tripartite agreement envisaged under the scheme, which was between the State Government, Reserve Bank of India and the Government of India. Out of these, 27 States have issued bonds amounting to Rs. 31,581 crore. The Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi securitized its outstanding dues by converting their dues into long-term advances of Rs. 3,376 crore payable to the CPSUs concerned separately under bi-partite Agreements, as they do not have the power to issue bonds. 9.1.4 Trend in Outstanding Dues to CPSUs by SEBs/Utilities

payments/dues as on 30.9.2001 was waived and the rest of the dues were securitized through tax-free bonds issued by respective State Governments.

CEA has been monitoring the status of the outstanding dues payable by SEBs to CPSUs. The total dues outstanding to various CPSUs as on 31.12.2010 based upon the information received in CEA upto 31.03.2011 is Rs. 6901.65 Crores. Details of outstanding dues payable by SEBs / Utilities to CPSUs is given in Annexure-9A.
For 10 PSUs For 11 PSUs

Total Outstanding Dues (as on 31st March) (Rs. in Crore)

3795.81 4290.01 6081.83 6081.83*

11th; PSU namely NHDC has reported no outstanding dues

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In-fulfillment of its obligation under Section 73(i) & (j) of the Electricity Act, 2003, CEA brings out a publication titled Electricity Tariff & Duty and Average Rates of Electricity Supply in India. The latest edition (March, 2010) contains information on tariffs applicable in various States / Utilities as effective on 31st July, 2009. Average rates of electricity supply presented in this edition have been worked on the basis of the tariff orders issued by the State Electricity Regulatory Commissions and subsequent tariff notifications issued by the concerned SEBs / Power Departments / Utilities. Further, the publication incorporates a comparative study of estimated average rates of electricity in various states of the country. Though, it is somewhat difficult to compare the tariffs applicable in the various States, as the parameters considered by the State Electricity Boards / State Electricity Regulatory Commissions for fixing consumer tariff are not identical, an attempt has been made to workout average rates for various categories of consumers for the purpose of a broad comparison. The methodology followed involves assumption of certain sanctioned load (kW) and monthly electricity consumption (kWh) level for each category of consumers separately. Considering the rates of sale of electricity for various slabs as notified by the supplier, the average per unit rate have been worked out. The electricity duty/ taxes applicable are added to these rates to arrive at the estimated average per unit cost payable by different categories of consumers. A statement indicating estimated average category-wise rates of electricity for various utilities in the country is given at Annexure-9B.
CEA - Helping the Transformation of Indian Power Sector.

Electricity Tariff & Duty and average rates of electricity supply

9.3

The following references on issues concerning financial/commercial matters of power sector were received from MOP / other Ministries / Trade and Industry associations during the year on which CEA's comments / recommendations, were sent to MOP/ concerned departments. 1) 2) Suggestions for annual budgetary exercise relating to Customs & Central Excise Duty for 2010-11

References on techno-financial matters in power sector

3) 4) 5) 6)

Draft Cabinet Note of Ministry of Finance relating to amendment in the Constitution for facilitating introduction to Goods and Service Tax Effect of subsuming Electricity duty in the proposed Goods and Service Tax (GST)

STO Negotiations on Market Access on Environmental Goods : Identification of Existing NTMS on proposed items India-Japan Comprehensive Partnership Agreement (CEPA)

Economic

8) 9)

7)

Second review of India-Singapore CECA Questionnaire on the impact of the India Singapore CECA inputs from Deptt./Ministries/Stakeholders 16th Session of India-Russia Working Group on Trade & Economic Cooperation India-Russia Forum on Trade & Investment

10) 11)

Trade policy review of India Replies to WTO questionnaire on Agriculture

Additional Questionnaire given by WTO Secretariat on Energy Sector

Issues under India US TPF

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Discussions on Domestic Regulation (DR) in WTO

Examination of Background Note circulated by WTO

i.

Mundra UMPP (5x800 MW) in Gujarat

India-Canada CEPA-Indias Negative list for (a) India-Canada CEPA UV and RCA Analysis (HS 6 lines) India-Canada-CEPA-HS8 digit level

Topics in Future Commission

Suggestions for annual budgetary exercise relating to Customs & Central Excise Duty for 2011-12 Studies by Tariff

Continuation of relaxed custom duty structure for Mega Power Projects under Mega Power Policy

The Letter of Intent (LOI) was awarded to M/s Tata Power Ltd. on 28th December, 2006 with a levelised tariff of Rs. 2.264 per Kwh. The project was handed over to the Developer on 23.04.07. ii. Sasan UMPP (6x660 MW) in Madhya Pradesh

The Letter of Intent (LOI) was awarded to M/s Reliance Power Ltd. on 1st August, 2007 with a levelised tariff of Rs. 1.196 per Kwh. The project was handed over to the Developer on 07.08.07. iii. Krishnapatnam UMPP (5x800 MW) in Andhra Pradesh

9.4

Progress in Bidding Process of Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs)

(b)

CEA has been regularly associated with the finalization of Request for Qualification (RFQ), Request for Proposal (RFP) and Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for setting up of Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs) in the country and represented in the concerned committees. The successful bidders for four Ultra Mega Power Projects have already been selected through the tariff based International Competitive bidding process, based on the Capacity and Super Critical technology, specified in the RFQ & RFP documents issued by the shell companies and Letter of Intents have been issued to the successful developers. The bidders quoted the tariff for 25 years. Power Finance Corporation is the designated Nodal agency for the entire bid process. The status of various UMPPs, is as under:
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11.06.2010. The last date of submission of Response to RFQ is May 31, 2011. 9.5.1 Nuclear Power Tariff Fixation 9.5 Consultancy services

iii.

In terms of provisions of Department of Atomic Energy Act, 1962, CEA has examined the power tariff related proposal of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited in respect of Tarapur Atomic Power Station Units 3 and 4 for the period 1st April,2010 to 31st March,2015 and recommendations sent to DAE. 9.5.2 Hydro Electric Projects of Bhutan A number of Hydro Electric Projects are presently under operation / construction in Bhutan. These projects are being financed by Government of India. The Tariff of power being sold by Royal Government of Bhutan to India is decided on case to case basis. The tariff sensitivity related studies for these projects were carried out. 9.5.3 Development of Transmission Projects

iv.

Talcher -II Transmission Scheme - LoI issued to M/s Reliance Power Transmission Ltd. on 18.12.2009 and was handed over to them on 27.04.2010.

them on 20.05.2010.

v.

vi

System strengthening common for WR & NR Transmission schemes. LOI issued to M/s. Sterlite Transmission Projects Pvt. Ltd. on 19.01.2011.

Transmission scheme for Krishnapatnam UMPP synchronous interconnection between SR & WR LOI issued to M/s. Patel Engineering Ltd. on 16.12.2010.

System strengthening for WR Transmission schemes. LOI issued to M/s. Sterlite Transmission Projects Pvt. Ltd. on 31.01.2011.

Nomination of CEA officers to Bid Evaluation Committees

To promote private participation in Development of Transmission projects, Government of India had issued guidelines for selection of Transmission Service Provider through Tariff based Competitive Bidding route. Accordingly PFC/REC (BPC of the projects) had launched the transmission projects based upon these guidelines. The projects are: i. Transmission scheme for enabling import of NER/ER Surplus power by NR - LoI issued to Sterlite Technologies Ltd. on 07.01.2010 and was transferred to them on 31.03.2010.

The E&C Wing, CEA represented in the following Committee by nominating its officer(s). a) Bid Evaluation Committee for Procurement of 2000 MW power under Case-1 by Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) on behalf of Distribution Companies of Uttar Pradesh.

b)

ii.

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North Karanpura Transmission Scheme - LoI issued to M/s Reliance Power Transmission Ltd. on 18.12.2009 and was handed over to

c)

Bid Evaluation Committee for Procurement of 3000 MW power under Case-1 by Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) on behalf of Distribution Companies of Uttar Pradesh. A Committee regarding RFP Bid Evaluation for selection of Developer under Case-2 for 2x600 MW Jawaharpur Thermal Power Project of Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation

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Limited (UPPCL).

e)

f)

Constitution of Technical Evaluation Committee for the evaluation of tenders for the implementation of Biometric Based Attendance Monitoring System (BBAMS) in CEA. Constitution of Committee for selection of contractor for Comprehensive Maintenance of Computer System in CEA.

A Committee called Consultancy Evaluation Committee (CEC) for providing guidance / assistance in appointing consultant and evaluate the out put of the consultant for computerization of Power & Telecommunication Co-ordination Committee (PTCC) processing in CEA.

b)

c)

Constitution of Survey & Auction Committee of CEA a)

Bid evaluation committees for selection of Transmission Service Providers were set up. Officers of E&C Wing were nominated in these committees. These projects are: i) Transmission scheme for Krishnapatnam UMPP synchronous interconnection between SR & WR . System strengthening common for WR & NR Transmission schemes. System strengthening for WR

To promote private participation in Development of Transmission projects, Government of India had issued guidelines for selection of Transmission Service Provider through Tariff based Competitive bidding route.

i)

A Tender Evaluation Committee for evaluation of proposals for selection of consultants was constituted for carrying out the following studies under the Technical Assistance being provided to Central Electricity Authority (CEA) under World Bank funded Coal Fired Generation Rehabilitation Project for addressing barriers to energy efficient rehabilitation & modernization of Coal fired generating units in India : Implementation Support Consultant.

Committee for Up gradation of existing Planning model / procurement of new Planning model in CEA was set up. An officer of E&C Wing was nominated in this committee.

Transmission schemes.

ii)

iii)

Consultant for studies regarding reduction of barriers to R&M interventions in thermal power stations in India. Consultant for studies regarding developing markets for implementation of R&M in thermal power stations in India.

iv)

v)

Consultant for review of experience form pilot R&M interventions in thermal power Stations.

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i) ii)

As an effort of addition of more generation capacity under Ultra Mega Power Project policy, two more projects namely (i) Chhattisgarh UMPP and (ii) Orissa UMPP in addition to earlier awarded four projects, have been launched. These projects are also to be awarded based on tariff based competitive bidding guidelines. For evaluation of bids for these projects, following committees have been formed:

Government to endeavor to provide access for electricity to all areas including villages and hamlets through rural electricity infrastructure and electrification of households.

No license required for sale from captive units.

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The officer(s) of CEA were nominated in these committees.

Apex Evaluation Committee (AEC) RFQ and Expert Committee (RFQ) formed by M/s Orissa Integrated Power Ltd. for bid evaluation of Orissa UMPP.

Expert Committee (RFQ) for bid evaluation of Chhattisgarh UMPP formed by M/s Chhattisgarh Surguja Power Ltd.

9.7.2

Definition of theft expanded to cover use of tampered meters and use for unauthorized purpose. Theft made explicitly cognizable offence and non-bailable. Formulation of Regulations under the Electricity Act, 2003

Deletions of the provision for Elimination of cross subsidies. The provision for reduction of cross subsidies would continue.

Rate of Royalty on coal & lignite was fixed in July 2007 which was to be revised in every 3 years. For this purpose Ministry of Coal under the Chairmanship of Additional Secretary (Coal) has set up a Committee / Study Group on revision of Rates of Royalty on Coal & Lignite. An officer of E&C Wing has been nominated in the Committee.

As per Section 177 of the Electricity Act, 2003 (the Act), the Authority has been vested with the powers to make regulations. Following regulations have been notified: i)

ii) iii) iv) v)

9.7

The Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2007 amending certain provisions of the Electricity Act, 2003 has been enacted on 29th May, 2007 and brought into force w.e.f. 15th June, 2007. The main features of the Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2007 are:

9.7.1 Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2007

The Electricity Act, 2003 & Follow-up

Central Electricity Authority (Procedures for Transaction of Business) Regulations, 2006 notified on 18.08.2006.

Central Electricity Authority (Installation & Operation of Meters) Regulations, 2006 notified on 17.03.2006.

Central Electricity Authority (Technical Standards for Connectivity to the Grid) Regulations, 2007 notified on 21.02.07. Central Electricity Authority (Furnishing of Statistics, Returns & Information) Regulations, 2007 notified on 10.04.2007.

Central Government jointly with State

Central Electricity Authority (Grid Standards for Operation & Maintenance of Transmission Lines) Regulations, 2010 notified on 26.06.2010.
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vii) viii)

ix)

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9.8.1

Status of Power Sector Reforms

Central Electricity Authority (Safety Requirement for Construction, Operation Maintenance of Electrical Plants & Electric lines) Regulations, 2011 - notified on 14.02.2011.

Central Electricity Authority (Technical Standards for Construction of Electric Plants and Electric Lines) Regulations, 2010 notified: English Version on 20.08.2010 & Hindi Version on 07.09.2010.

Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety & Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010 notified on 24.09.2010.

Central Electricity Authority (Amendment to the regulations on Installation & Operation of Meters) Regulations, 2010 notified on 26.06.2010

transmission and distribution, trading and SLDC operations. Creation of National Electricity Fund (NEF) for transmission and distribution reforms was announced in the Finance Ministers Budget speech of 2008-09. The Central Sector plan scheme was prepared based on the Concept Note submitted by the Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Member (Power), Planning Commission and revised as per the guidelines decided in a meeting chaired by Secretary, Planning Commission on 25.1.2010. NEF Scheme is recommended to provide interest subsidy aggregating to Rs.9219 crore for loan disbursement amounting to Rs.25,000 crore by PFC, REC and commercial banks spread over 2011-12 and 2012-13 for distribution schemes. The scheme may be reviewed afterwards. For financial assistance from the NEF scheme, States are classified as special category & focussed States and other States, with the former being eligible for some relaxation in norms. The loans would be for 14 years, with a 3-year moratorium. PFC has been proposed as the designated nodal agency for executing the scheme. 9.9 National Electricity Fund

The States namely J&K, Goa, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland & Tripura and the Union Territories namely Chandigarh, Puducherry, Lakshadweep, Andaman & Nicobar Island, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli have Power Department(s) dealing with matters related to supply of electricity. Out of which, the State of Tripura has created Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited (TSECL) as a single Corporation to look after generation,
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Though the States have signed MoU/MoA with Ministry of Power (MoP) for Restructuring / Unbundling of State Electricity Boards (SEBs), so far, 18 States out of 21 States have unbundled their SEBs. The remaining three States namely Bihar, Jharkhand and Kerala are yet to unbundle their SEBs.

Restructuring of State Electricity Boards/Electricity Departments/ Power Departments

Some of the preconditions for States being eligible for this scheme include operationalisation of SERCs, formulation of business plan for financial turnaround, reorganization of SEBs, submission of annual audited accounts, timely filing of tariff petitions as recommended by the regulator etc. The rate of interest subsidy would be determined by marks assigned on the basis of

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As per provisions of the Section 3 of the Electricity Act, 2003 the National Electricity Policy is to be prepared as also subsequently reviewed, by the Central Government in consultation with State Governments and the Central Electricity Authority. Updates on NEP implementation by States are listed below. (i) Grid Code

9.10 Monitoring of National Electricity Policy2005

reform measures, such as reduction in AT&C losses, reduction in revenue gap, return on equity etc.

Forum of Regulators website. Gujarat has allowed open access to consumers above 5 MW. No State has reportedly taken initiative to ring fence its load dispatch centre, which continue to be under the supervision of the state transmission utilities. (iii) Ring-fencing of SLDC

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(b) (c) (d) (ii)

No State has notified the charges within the stipulated period of June 2005. However, latest reports indicate that open access charges have been determined in most States, except the North East (barring Assam) and Goa. Open access has also been allowed to consumers of up to and above 1 MW load in all States except Gujarat, as per information from the

Determination of open access charges in Transmission

Assam, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh were the first to notify the code within the stipulated deadline of September 2005.

In the North East, the code has been notified only by Assam, so far.

Of the Eastern and Western Region States, Jharkhand and Goa are yet to notify.

Among the States of the Northern and Southern Regions, the grid code has been notified by all States. Himachal Pradesh in the NR and Andhra Pradesh in the Southern Region were the last to notify grid code.

The stipulated deadline was June 2005, which none of the States met. Cross-subsidy charges have not been notified by the States of Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and the North Eastern States (barring Assam), as per information available for 2008-09 and 2009-10 from the Forum of Regulators. (v) Barring Rajasthan in the North, Goa in the West, Tamil Nadu in the South, Bihar and Jharkhand in the East and the North Eastern States excepting Assam and Nagaland, energy audits have been initiated by the others, though the results have not been made available. Metering of 11KV feeders have been completed among the States of the Northern, Western and Southern Regions and nearly so among Eastern and North Eastern Region States, except Bihar and Arunachal Pradesh, where no information has been furnished. (vi) Metering Initiation of Energy Audits

(iv) Determination of cross-subsidy surcharge

As for metering of distribution transformers, the progress is tardy compared to that of 11KV feeders. Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Jharkhand are the few States where the progress is satisfactory.
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(vii) Specification of long-term trajectory for reduction of AT&C losses by SERCs The Northern Region States have specified their trajectories, except Haryana. Among the States of Western Region, only Gujarat has met the requirement. In the Southern region, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu have not specified the required trajectory as yet. Jharkhand in the Eastern Region and all the States of the North East, except Assam, have not fulfilled this requirement. (viii) Third party testing mechanism

Metering of consumers has been almost completed among the Northern and Southern Region States, except for agricultural consumers. In the Western region, progress is slow. In the Eastern and North Eastern regions, some States have achieved 100% progress. Others have either not reported or have achieved less than 100% metering.

Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. The others have either not implemented or are in process of implementation. (x)

9.11

Special Courts have been set up in most of the States except Bihar, Jharkhand and the North Eastern States (barring Assam).

Establishment of special courts for electricity cases

All the Northern States have provided for third party testing, except Punjab. In the Western region, three States, namely Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Goa have not incorporated the testing mechanism, while two States, namely Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat have done so. In the Southern region, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala have incorporated testing mechanism while Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have not done so. In the Eastern region, only Orissa had met the target, while in the North East, progress reported is nil.

Section 3 of the Electricity Act, 2003 also provides that the Central Government will prepare the National Tariff Policy in consultation with the State Governments and the Central Electricity Authority for development of the power system. The Central Government may also, from time to time, in consultation with the State Governments and the Authority review or revise the National Tariff Policy so prepared. The State-wise progress on actionable points contained in the NTP is indicated below. i)

Monitoring of National Tariff Policy (NTP) 2006

As per 2008-09 status report on NEP issues of the Forum of Regulators, the SCADA system have been implemented in part or phases by Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. 100% implementation has been reported in Delhi, Gujarat,
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Operating Norms: To encourage better operating performance, the NTP has stipulated the SERCs to adopt the operating norms notified by Central Commission in consultation with the Central Electricity Authority for generation and transmission. Out of 20 respondent States, operating norms have been specified in 15 States.

Procurement of Power: As per the NTP, all future requirement of power should be procured competitively by distribution licensees. Out of the 20 respondent States, Haryana and Punjab are purchasing their long-term power requirement through competitive bidding. Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu are purchasing their shortterm power requirement through competitive bidding.

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iv)

Benefits under CDM: Tariff fixation for all electricity projects (generation, transmission and distribution) that result in lower Green House Gas (GHG) emissions than the relevant base line should take into account the benefits obtained from the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) into consideration, in a manner so as to provide adequate incentive to the project developers. While responding to CEAs question regarding number of cases that have been granted for CDM benefits, only one project in Gujarat i.e. Dhuvaran CPP is registered as CDM project out of 20 respondent States. Availability Based Tariff (ABT): A two-part tariff structure should be adopted for all long term contracts to facilitate Merit Order dispatch. According to National Electricity Policy, the Availability Based Tariff (ABT) is to be introduced at State level by April 2006. Intra-State ABT: Out of 20 respondent States, intra-State ABT has been notified in 6 States. ABT Compatibility Metering: Out of 20 respondent States, ABT compatible metering up to distribution interface is in place in 6 States, up to generation and 220 KV points in 1 State and up to inter-state points in 2 States.

Multi Year Tariff (MYT): The NTP says that the MYT framework is to be adopted by the Appropriate Commission for any tariffs to be determined from April 1, 2006. Out of the 20 respondent States, MYT tariff is determined for distribution in 11 States and for generation and transmission in 10 States.

ix)

introduced at State level by April 2006. This framework would be extended to generating stations (including grid connected captive plants of capacities as determined by the SERC). The Appropriate Commission may also introduce differential rates of fixed charges for peak and off peak hours for better management of loads. ToD tariff for generators has not been introduced in any of the 20 respondent States. Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO): Out of 20 respondent States, RPO percentage has been notified in 15 States and is in the process of being notified in 2 States.

x)

v)

xi)

In 7 States, RPO percentage is either 5% or more (especially in the States of Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Rajasthan & Tamil Nadu) for the year 2010-11. RPO percentage is in the range of 1% to 2% for the States of Bihar, Delhi & Haryana. It is in the range of 4% to 5% for 2010-11 for the States of Orissa & Punjab. For Madhya Pradesh RPO percentage is 0.8% for the year 2010-11.

vi)

vii)

xii)

Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for Transmission: The NTP lays emphasis that financial incentives and disincentives should be implemented for the CTU and the STU around the KPI. KPI has been identified in 10 out of 20 respondent States.

viii) Time of Day (ToD) Tariff for Generators: According to National Electricity Policy, the Availability Based Tariff (ABT) is to be
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Standards of Performance (SoP): Regulations for Standards of Performance have been issued by SERCs for 15 out of 20 respondent States.

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xiv) Cost of Supply: For achieving the objective that tariff progressively reflects the cost of supply, tariff to all consumers should be within +20% of the average cost of supply by the end of year 2010-11. Out of the 20 respondent States, tariff is within +20% range in Assam, Haryana and Karnataka. Except for agriculture consumers, tariff is also within +20% range in 3 other States viz. Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Gujarat. xv) Subsidy: The NTP lays emphasis to provide subsidy directly to concerned consumers. The responses received show that no method has been devised in any of the 20 respondent States to provide subsidy directly to concerned consumers.

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Open access is a key provision in the Electricity Act, 2003 for utilization of power by needy utilities in deficit areas from power surplus

9.13 Open Access

The Economic Policy Division of CEA examined the Retail Tariff Orders received from Bihar, Uttarakhand and Chhattisgarh State Electricity Regulatory Commissions for financial year 2010-11. The issues like transmission and distribution losses, annual revenue requirement (ARR), power purchase cost, cost of supply, employee cost, repair and maintenance expenses, administrative and general expenses, average rate of electricity and revenue gap etc. have been analysed during the period under Report.

xvi) Use of Franchisees in Rural Areas: For metering of supply to agricultural / rural consumers, 5 out of 20 respondent States have started using franchisees in rural areas. They are Assam, Gujarat, Orissa, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. The matter is under consideration in Uttarakhand and Tripura. xvii) Analysis of Tariff Orders

Open access in inter-state transmission is effective, but in intra-state transmission and distribution, it has been restricted to captive consumers, others being deprived for various reasons, nullifying the objective of its introduction. Some reasons for slow progress in OA in intra-state transmission and distribution include restrictions on intra-State power export, restrictions on purchase of electricity by bulk consumers and failure to ringfence SLDCs.

areas. Non-discriminatory open access is allowed for the use of transmission lines or distribution system or associated facilities by any censee/consumer/generating company. This would generate competition and hence would bring efficiency in power sector, help to develop power market and protect consumer interests.

An Inter-Ministerial Task Force on Measures for Operationalising Open Access in the Power Sector was constituted in January 2010 under the Chairmanship of Member (Power), Planning Commission with Chairperson, CEA as one of the members. Task Force has examined the status of implementation of open access and recommendations of the Task Force are under the process of finalization. Economic Policy Division has been coordinating the work relating to open access in CEA. 9.14 Expenditure in Power Sector Economic Policy Division of CEA has collected the capital expenditure based on the information available with the monitoring divisions of CEA and presented a consolidated picture of the expenditure incurred in generation, transmission and distribution segments of the Power Sector for the last ten years. A snapshot picture of Expenditure in the power sector during 2007-2010 is given below:

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Note: - Expenditure data may not represent complete picture of investment expenditure in the power sector and is subject to following: Data for 2009-10 are still provisional. Investment in thermal and hydro projects benefiting XI and XII Plan are included. Investment in UMPP, CPP Nuclear, Non Conventional and Renewable are not available. Investment in transmission is estimated and not actual. Data on private investment is partial only.

ALL INDIA Centre Thermal Nuclear Hydro Trans Dist State Thermal Hydro Trans Dist Private Thermal Hydro Trans Dist Grand Total Thermal Nuclear Hydro Trans Dist

2007-08 25524.86 12749.93 1881.00 4044.24 6665.09 184.60 42752.67 15381.52 1804.62 8902.50 16664.03 16366.93 11477.01 2416.70 71.34 2401.88 84644.46 39608.46 1881.00 8265.56 15638.93 19250.51

(Figures in Rs.Crores, at Current Prices) 2008-09 2009-10 34740.54 38564.44 18296.38 20817.32 2330.00 1505.00 5574.03 5353.01 8220.10 10781.97 320.03 107.14 53147.57 52147.46 22538.84 25381.87 1616.47 1097.60 10474.25 15046.36 18518.01 10621.63 26458.15 21447.71 17705.56 13450.07 4164.13 5353.69 171.23 0.00 4417.23 2643.95 114346.26 112159.61 58540.78 59649.26 2330.00 1505.00 11354.63 11804.30 18865.58 25828.33 23255.27 13372.72

Highlights on Investment Expenditure in the Power Sector

Expenditure in the first three years of the Eleventh Plan is more than Rs.3000 Billion.

The State sector leads in thermal generation and distribution. Particularly encouraging is the trend in the private sector, where total investment is over Rs. 60,000 crore in the Eleventh Plan so far, as against Rs.22,500 crore in the Tenth Plan. In transmission, incomplete data do not allow
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The trends indicated above are noteworthy, pointing to an opening up of the power sector, which has taken time. If these trends continue, the current constraint on growth caused by inadequate power would be no more. 9.15 Assistance to Ministry of Power on Financial Issues

inference on which sector records maximum expenditure, though indications are for a greater share of the State sector. Private sector expenditure is practically negligible in this sector.

Financial issues in the power sector referred to CEA during the year, for which replies were sent included e-auction methodology, proposed India Sovereign Wealth fund, proposed Power Debt Fund, acquisition of Technological Assets abroad, issues in financial performance of distribution utilities, issues raised by the Sub-Committee of the Group of Ministers, cost-benefit analysis for grant of fiscal incentives for the power sector, etc. Material provided on power sector performances for inclusion in the Economic Survey 2010-2011. Material furnished for inclusion in the Presidents Address to both the houses of the Parliament during the Budget Session for 2010-11. Material furnished for inclusion in Finance Ministers Budget Speech for 2010-11. Material sent on Standing Committee on Energy Examination of Subject Reforms
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All the States have constituted State Electricity Regulatory Commissions (SERCs). In all 26 SERCs and 2 Joint Electricity Regulatory Commissions (JERCs) - one for the States of Manipur and Mizoram & the other for UTs (excluding Delhi) and the State of Goa have been constituted. So far, 23 States viz. Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, West Bengal and Delhi have set up Special Courts for expeditious disposal of cases relating to the theft of electricity. 9.16.2 Constitution of Consumer Grievances Redressal Mechanism 9.16.1 Constitution of Special Courts

9.16 Constitution of Electricity Regulatory Commissions (ERCs)

in Power Sector during the year 2010-11. Material provided on power sector performances for inclusion in the Economic Editors, Conference 2010.

Consumer Grievances Redressal Forums (CGRF) have been constituted in 22 States by various distribution licensees for redressal of grievances of consumers.

Ombudsmen have been appointed in 22 States to look into the non-redressal of grievances by the CGRF. 9.17 Assistance to Ministry of Power Comments furnished on the following references received from Ministry of Power:

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"Concept Note on issues regarding analysis on Power Sector Reforms" Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Notification, 2011. Trade Policy review of India - WTO Secretariat Report - Draft Chapter-III: Trade policies and practices by measure of vetting.

Draft Note for the Cabinet on "Action on the Report of the Joint Committee to examine the constitutional and legal position relating to office of profit". Proposal for setting up a Central Tribunal Division (CTD) in Department of Justice to bring all Tribunals / Regulatory Authorities under administrative control of CTD. Issue of sanctions by Ministry of Power under Section - 164 of the Electricity Act, 2003. Corrupt practice by site visit inspectors of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. and Reliance Energy Ltd. taking false action against poor consumers of Indira Nagar, Juhu, Santacruz(W), Mumbai. Draft Engineers Bill, 2009. "Establishment of Captive Power Plant in Integrated Textile, Parks, established by Ministry of Textiles. CWJC 6368/2006-Aftab Alam & Ors. V/s. Bihar State Electricity Board & Ors. in the High Court of Judicature at Patna (Compliance of Order dated 12.05.2010). Issue of NOC to Transmission Licence in favour of HP Power Transmission Corp. Ltd. The Land Titling Bill, 2010. O.A. No. 283 of 2010 in the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) - Chandra Mohan Jha V/s. UOI & Ors. - State Advisory Committee (Electricity Board) Bihar & Jharkhand. "Application under Rule 3 of the Works of Licensee Rules, 2006" - reference from Shri
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TNERC regarding notification issued by Department of Commerce under Section 49 of the SEZ Act. Restructuring / Upgradation of posts of Electricity Department of Puducherry. "Appointment of Electrical Inspector for Metro & Mono Lines".

Violation of PPA by Independent Power Producers. "Year End Review - Press Information Bureau". "Proposal of Government of Puducherry for Creation of six posts as supporting staff for the Consumer Grievances Redressal Forum for UT of Puducherry. "Views on the recommendation on CentreState Relations under the Chairmanship of Justice Madan Moh an Punchhi". Corporatisation of Electricity of Dadra & Nagar Haveli. Draft model rules under the PESA [Panchayats (Extension of Scheduled Area) Act] - Reference from Ministry of Panchayati Raj".

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Parssottam L. Patil, Mehsana (Gujarat).

Constitution of an Independent Regulatory Authority and a Coal Disputes Appellate Tribunal for Coal Sector - Appraisal for introducing the Coal Regulatory Authority Bill, 2010 in the Parliament. O.A.No. 903-905/2006 in the matter of Power Engineers' Association & Ors. Vs. UOI before the CAT Madras Bench.

Shri Vijay K. Kapoor regarding nonprovision of Real Time Display Units at the premises of consumers where electricity matters have been provided outside the premises. Shri Amitabh Jalan, Kolkata regarding "Multiple Service connection in one building / premises.

requesting CEA for appointment of sole Arbitrator under Article 17.2 of PPA signed between KSEB & KPCL.

9.18 Legal Assistance/Advice to Utilities

Comments furnished on the following references received from Utilities

9.19 Court Cases

Chief Engineer (Customer Care) The Brihan Mumbai Electric Supply and Transport Company (BEST), Mumabi regarding "Amendment in BEST's Terms and Conditions of supply regarding requirement of ELCB in consumer premises.

Following court cases have been dealt with:

Writ Petition (Civil) 79 of 2005 filed in the Honble Supreme Court of India Occupational Health and Safety Association v/s Union of India & Others -regarding Pollution by Thermal Power Plant. Writ Petition No. 6 of 2011 - Shri Bharat Jhunjhunwala & others filed in the Supreme Court of India.

Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd. regarding "Payment of Fixed Capacity Charge for non-parallel force majeure clarifications regarding. Shri P.L. Kulkarni, National Faculty and Member, Expert Panel of National Safety Council (India), Ex- Electrical Inpector. Govt. of Maharashtra. M/s. Alfa Infraprop Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai to request for expanding the definition of eligible entities from "Company" to "Body Corporate".

Civil Appeal No. 1-2 of 2010 - Shahalon Industries Infrastructures India Ltd. V/s. GERC and others. Writ Petition (Civil) - 174 of 2010 ISNI Electric Company Vs. CEA & Others.

Writ Petition No. 16396 of 2010 - Shri Sudhir Kumar Agrawal Vs.UOI and others filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur.

Executive Engineer, SRPC through CEA's Administration "Report of Missing Land of SRPC Staff Quarter at Bangalore."

Kasargod Power Corporation Ltd. (KPCL)

CWPIL No. 38/2010-Court on its own motion V/s the State of Himachal Pradesh & Ors. filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Himachal Pradesh at Shimla.

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CWPIL Nos. 6123/2010 Anup Mehta Vs. Jay Pee and 5635/2010Ram Swarup Sharma Vs. Jay Pee Power Grid and others filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Himachal Pradesh at Shimla. CWPIL No. 24/2009 - Court on its own motion Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Himachal Pradesh at Shimla.

9.20 Re-organisation of States Redressal of Grievances of Employees

W.P.No. 2866/2010 filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Bihar-Shri Ramjan Ansari Vs. State of Bihar & Ors. - regarding expediting the commissioning of the Sinafdar HE.

Chhattisgarh & Union of India.

OS No. 14/2010-Shri S. Jayam in the District Court of Nagapattinam.

Petition for Special Leave to Appeal (Civil) - SLP(C) No. 34941 of 2009 with Prayer for Interim Relief regarding rejection of the bidding against Public Interest M/s Indure P. Ltd. v/s Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Co. Ltd. and Others State of

Writ Petition No.1861/2009-Shri Raj Nath Mishra Vs. UOI & Ors in the Honble High Court of Uttar Pradesh at Allahabad.

Consequent upon the reorganisation of States of Bihar (Bihar & Jharkhand), Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh) and Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh & Uttrakhand), Chairperson, CEA has been designated as Appellate Authority by Ministry of Power for hearing the Appeals of the employees regarding Cadre allocation against the decision of the State Advisory Committee - Electricity Board. (SAC-EB). 41 Nos. of Appeals were received from the employees of the above mentioned Boards during the period.

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CHAPTER 10

POWER GENERATION
Generation of power by the utilities & IPPs stood at about 811143 million units during the Year 10.1 Power Generation 2010-11. This represents the growth of about 5.6% over the same period during previous year 2009-10 as per details given below:

Power Generation during 2010-11


Actual (Tentative) (MU) 114257.4 26266.4 5610.9 665008.1 811142.8 Shortfall(-) /Excess (+) (MU) 2905.4 4266.4 (-)25848.9 (-)937.1 (-)19614.2 % of Programme 102.6 119.4 96.3 85.7 97.6 Growth (%) w.r. to previous year Actual Gen. 10.0 40.9 3.8 4.7 5.6

Category Hydro

Programme (MU) 111352 22,000 6548 690857 830,757

Nuclear

Thermal

Bhutan Import Total All India

Note: Generation from stations having installed capacity 25 MW and below is not being monitored in CEA since 01.04.10.

The highlights of operation performance of generating stations in the country during the year 2010-11 are as under.

The generation from hydro based plants also improved with a growth rate of 10.0% due to revival of good monsoon after two successive years of deficient/scanty rain fall conditions.

The nuclear generation achieved a remarkable growth rate of 40.9% due to improved availability of nuclear fuel to the nuclear plants.

The total thermal generation has achieved a growth rate of 3.8%. Coal based generation recorded a growth rate of 4.0 %.

Gross annual generation of the country has crossed the 800 BU mark (811.1 BU).

The average PLF of thermal power projects (Coal/Lignite) achieved during the year was 75.1%, as compared to 77.7% in the previous year.

19 numbers of thermal power stations with an aggregate installed capacity of 22495 MW operated above 90% PLF. Operational availability of thermal stations has marginally reduced to 84.2% from 85.1% achieved during the previous year.

Growth of thermal generation was mainly restricted due to coal shortages, receipt of poor quality/ wet coal, closer of some units in the Western Region due to acute raw water shortage in these areas during pre-monsoon season, closure of some vintage and less efficient units and low schedule from beneficiaries after increased hydro generation on
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revival of monsoon & increased nuclear generation due to better availability of nuclear fuel. Coal based
CENTRAL SECTOR THERMAL NUCLEAR HYDRO TOTAL TARGET (MU) 269999 22000 41642

The sector wise PLF/Generation during 2010-11 is given below:


273775.2 26266.4 46048.9

generation was constrained due to 92.6% materialization of the requirement of coal.


PLF (%) 85.1 65.4

ACTUAL (MU)

STATE SECTOR THERMAL HYDRO TOTAL

333641 317093 63990 381083

346090.5 280434.6 62867.0 343301.6 66.7

PVT SECTOR UTILITIES THERMAL HYDRO TOTAL 27244 1628 28872 76521 4092 80613 6548 690857 22,000 6548 111352 830,757 26325.2 1367.0 27692.2 84473.2 3974.5 88447.7 5610.9 665008.1 26266.4 5610.9 114257.4 811142.8 75.1 65.4 83.5 76.7

PVT SECTOR IPPs THERMAL* HYDRO TOTAL

BHUTAN IMPORT HYDRO ALL INDIA THERMAL NUCLEAR HYDRO TOTAL

BHUTAN IMPORT

*Includes import from some of the Captive Plant

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All India average PLF of 75.1.% as per details given in the table below:

List of Thermal Power Stations which have achieved PLF above National Average of 75.1 % during the year 2010-11 Sl.No. Name of Stations State Sector Installed Capacity (MW) PLF (%) 1 DAHANU TPS MAHARASHTRA PVT 500 101.0 2 OP JINDAL TPS CHHATTISGARH PVT 1000 98.1 3 TORANGALLU TPS(SBU-I) KARNATAKA PVT 260 97.7 4 DSPM TPS CHHATTISGARH STATE 500 96.8 5 SINGRAULI STPS UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL 2000 96.5 6 SIPAT STPS CHHATTISGARH CENTRAL 1000 96.5 7 SIMHADRI ANDHRA PRADESH CENTRAL 1500 96.1 8 TORANGALLU TPS(SBU-II) KARNATAKA PVT 600 95.2 9 VINDHYACHAL STPS MADHYA PRADESH CENTRAL 3260 94.6 10 KORBA STPS CHHATTISGARH CENTRAL 2600 93.3 11 UNCHAHAR TPS UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL 1050 93.3 12 RIHAND STPS UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL 2000 93.1 13 TANDA TPS UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL 440 92.6 14 TALCHER (OLD) TPS ORISSA CENTRAL 470 92.2 15 SOUTHERN REPL. TPS WEST BENGAL PVT 135 92.1 16 BHILAI TPS CHHATTISGARH CENTRAL 500 91.7 17 KOTA TPS RAJASTHAN STATE 1240 91.1 18 KORBA-WEST TPS CHHATTISGARH STATE 840 91.0 19 RAMAGUNDEM STPS ANDHRA PRADESH CENTRAL 2600 90.3 20 TITAGARH TPS WEST BENGAL PVT 240 88.8 21 ROPAR TPS PUNJAB STATE 1260 88.0 22 SABARMATI (D-F STATIONS) GUJARAT PVT 340 87.7 23 GH TPS (LEH.MOH.) PUNJAB STATE 420 86.9 24 IB VALLEY TPS ORISSA STATE 420 86.6 25 MUNDRA TPS GUJARAT PVT 1980 86.1 26 RAMAGUNDEM - B TPS ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 62.5 85.8 27 TALCHER STPS ORISSA CENTRAL 3000 85.7 28 BAKRESWAR TPS WEST BENGAL STATE 1050 84.0 29 ANPARA TPS UTTAR PRADESH STATE 1630 84.0 30 NEYVELI TPS-II TAMIL NADU CENTRAL 1470 83.4 31 JSW RATNAGIRI TPP MAHARASHTRA PVT 600 83.2 32 GH TPS II (LEH.MOH) PUNJAB STATE 500 83.0 33 DADRI (NCTPP) UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL 1820 83.0 34 BUDGE BUDGE TPS WEST BENGAL PVT 750 82.8 35 METTUR TPS TAMIL NADU STATE 840 82.4 36 RAYALASEEMA TPS ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 1050 82.2 37 NEYVELI TPS(Z) TAMIL NADU PVT 250 82.1 38 NORTH CHENNAI TPS TAMIL NADU STATE 630 81.7 39 NEYVELI ( EXT) TPS TAMIL NADU CENTRAL 420 81.4 40 JOJOBERA TPS JHARKHAND PVT 360 80.8 41 Dr. N.TATA RAO TPS ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 1760 80.5 42 KOTHAGUDEM TPS ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 720 80.2 43 SURAT LIG. TPS GUJARAT PVT 500 79.4 44 FARAKKA STPS WEST BENGAL CENTRAL 2100 79.1 45 KOTHAGUDEM TPS (NEW) ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 500 78.0 46 PANIPAT TPS HARYANA STATE 1360 77.8 47 KHAPARKHEDA TPS- II MAHARASHTRA STATE 840 77.7 48 WANAKBORI TPS GUJARAT STATE 1470 77.7 49 TUTICORIN TPS TAMIL NADU STATE 1050 77.3 50 KORBA-III CHHATTISGARH STATE 240 76.7 51 KAKATIYA TPS ANDHRA PRADESH STATE 500 76.7 52 SURATGARH TPS RAJASTHAN STATE 1500 76.7 53 KORBA-II CHHATISGARH STATE 200 75.7 129

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It may be seen from the above table that 19 numbers thermal power stations with an aggregate installed capacity of 22495 MW had the distinction

of achieving PLF above 90% generation,PLF for the year 2010-11 is given in the Annexure-10A.

The trend in All India PLF from 1992-93 onwards is shown below:

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Main reasons of low PLF during 2010-11 as compared to the previous year were mainly increased forced outage of thermal units, unscheduled/ extended planned maintenance of some of the thermal units and forced shut down/ backing down of some thermal units due to raw water problems, coal shortages and receipt of poor quality / wet coal and also due to receipt of lower schedule from the beneficiary states.

During the year, a total of 12160.50 MW generation capacity was added (excluding addition due to Renewable Energy Sources) which comprised 690 MW of hydro and 11250 MW of thermal and 220MW of Nuclear. The capacity addition during the last 7 years is given below :
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Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Central Sector 2778.00 1370.00 4630.00 3240.00 750.00 2430.00 4280.00

State Sector 1571.32 1531.48 1693.00 5273.00 1821.20 3418.00 2509.00

Private Sector 70.00 660.80 551.80 750.00 882.50 3737.00 5371.50

Total 4419.32 3562.28 6874.80 9263.00 3453.70 9585.00 12160.50

Note: (i ) The above figures do not include Deration, Retirement,upration and Installed Capacity of Renewable Energy Sources.

Sector-wise generating capacity addition during 2010-11 is also shown in the chart below:

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Total All India Installed Electricity Generation Capacity as on 31.3.2011 is 173626.40 MW


Type (MW) HYDRO RES Total Central Sector (MW) 8885.40 4780.00 40747.23 0.00 54412.63 27257.00 52186.73 0.00 3008.85 82452.58

10.4

Installed Electricity Generation Capacity

State Sector (MW)

comprising of Thermal 112824.48 MW, Hydro 37567.40 MW, Nuclear 4780.00 MW and 18454.52 MW from Renewable Energy Sources (RES). The details are shown in the Tables given below:
Private Sector (MW) 1425.00 0.00 19890.52 15445.67 36761.19 Total (MW) 37567.40 4780.00

THERMAL NUCLEAR

112824.48 18454.52 173626.40

State-wise/ Region-wise/ Sector-wise and prime mover wise summary of installed capacity under utilities is given in Annexure-10B. The growth
Year (at the end of) Dec.1947 Dec.,1955 March, 1961 March, 1966 March, 1974 March, 1980 March, 1985 March, 1990 March, 1991 March, 1992 March, 1996 March, 1997 March, 1998 March, 1999 March, 2000 March, 2001 March, 2002 March, 2003 March, 2004 March, 2005 March, 2006 March, 2007 March, 2008 March, 2009 March, 2010 March, 2011 Thermal 854 1755 2736 4903 9058 16424 27030 43764 45768 48086 60083 61012 64005 67566 70193 72343 74429 76762 77969 80902 82410 86015 91907 93725 102454 112824 Nuclear 640 640 1095 1565 1565 1785 2225 2225 2225 2225 2680 2860 2720 2720 2720 2770 3360 3900 4120 4120 4560 4780

of installed generating capacity (reconciled) in the country is shown in the table below:
Hydro 508 940 1917 4124 6966 11384 14460 18307 18753 19194 20986 21658 21904 22479 23857 25153 26269 26767 29507 30942 32326 34654 35909 36878 36863 37567 RES* 900 968 1024 1155 1270 1628 1628 2488 3812 6191 7760 11125 13242 15521 18455
(Capacity in MW)

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Total 1362 2695 4653 9027 16664 28448 42585 63636 66086 69065 83294 85795 89102 93294 97885 101626 105046 107877 112684 118426 124287 132329 143061 147965 159398 173626

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CHAPTER 11

POWER DEVELOPEMENT IN NORTH - EASTERN REGION


11.1 Hydroelectric Potential in North-eastern Region capacity) have been harnessed so far while projects amounting to 4686 MW (above 25 MW capacity) are under construction. State-wise identified hydroelectric potential (above 25 MW) of North-Eastern Region and its status of development is given below: As on 31.03.2011
Capacity Under Construction (Above 25MW) (MW) 166 0 0 0 4460 4686 60 0

As per Re-assessment studies carried out by CEA, hydro potential of the North Eastern Region in terms of installed capacity has been estimated as 58971 MW (58356 MW above 25 MW capacity). Out of the above, 1116 MW (above 25 MW
Region / State Meghalaya Tripura Assam Manipur Nagaland Mizoram Arunachal Pradesh Total(NER):

Total 2394 1784 15 680

Identified potential as per Re-assessment Study (MW) 0

(Above 25 MW) 2298 1761 50064 58356 2131 1452 650

Capacity Developed (Above 25MW) (MW) 156 105 375 405 1116 0 75 0

50328 58971 2196

1574

11.2 Survey & Investigation of Hydro Projects The Government approved a Three Stage Clearance procedure for hydro projects to be executed by CPSUs in consultation with MoF and MoEF. Under Stage-I, the CPSUs will incur expenditure on survey & investigation and preparation of pre-feasibility report. Under StageII, the CPSUs will undertake activities relating to detailed investigation and preparation of Detailed Project Report. During this Stage, pre-construction activities and infrastructure development including land acquisition will also be undertaken. Under

Stage-III, approval of PIB/CCEA would be sought for investment decision in respect of construction of the projects.

11.3 Preparation of DPRs under 50,000 MW Hydro Initiative Ranking studies were earlier completed by CEA in Oct., 2001 in order to expedite hydro power development in the country in a systematic manner. Subsequently, Preliminary Feasibility Reports (PFRs) were prepared in respect of 62 schemes in NE region under 50,000 MW Hydro Electric Initiative launched by Govt. of India in May, 2003. The status of preparation of DPRs for H.E. projects in North Eastern Region is given at Annexure-11A.

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The Region presents very attractive sites for providing large storage with multi-purpose aspects of development. Major developments are under various stages in Siang, Subansiri and Dibang basins in Arunachal Pradesh and Tipaimukh (1500 MW) in Manipur.
S. No. 1 Name of the scheme Location Capacity (Distt./ (MW) Village.) 9750

11.4 Mega Hydro Electric Projects planned in North-Eastern Region

Due to large scale submergence and displacement of population involved in the original project proposal, 4 km upstream of Rotung village in Arunachal Pradesh, the project was modified into three separate schemes. Brief details of these three schemes are as under:
Present Status

11.4.1 Siang basin projects Arunachal Prades

3. Siang Lower H.E. Project Upstream of Pasighat near Routung village

Siang Middle H.E. Project 15km upstream of Raying near Roing village on the Siyom River which is a tributary of Siyom River

Siang Upper/Intermediate H.E Project Upstreamof Yingkiong near Pugging village on Siang River

East Siang/ Pugging

Feasibility Report (FR) prepared by NTPC for Siang Upper Stage-I (6000 MW) and Stage-II (3750 MW) avoiding submergence of important towns. State is yet to allot the project for implementation. Siang Upper has been declared as National Project.

West Siang/ Roing

1000

Siyom Hydro Power Pvt. Ltd has been incorporated as SPV for implementation of project. DPR of the project has been submitted to CEA for concurrence which is currently under examination.

Near Pasighat/ Routung

2700

The project was earlier allocated by Govt. of Ar. Pradesh to NHPC and Commercial viability of the project to NHPC was accorded by CEA on 25.03.2004. The State Govt. later on allocated the project to JP Associate Ltd (JAL) for project development on BOOT basis and MoA was signed on 22.02.2006 between JAL and Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh. Further in pursuance to tripartite agreement signed on 13.12.2007, all aspects of obligation were transferred to Jaiprakash Power Ventures Ltd. Subsequently, to incorporate an SPV for implementation of Lower Siang HEP, M/s Jaypee Arunachal Power Limited (JAPL) was formed to which Govt. of Ar. Pradesh accorded its consent. DPR submitted by M/s JPVL was for an installed capacity of 2400 MW. After series of meeting/discussions, value additions were made by CEA/CWC, changes in layout were suggested due to which, it has been possible to accommodate one more generating unit of 300 MW thus increasing installed capacity of project from 2400 MW to 2700 MW and increasing design energy from 12478 GWh to 13237 GWh. Concurrence of CEA to Siang Lower HE project for installed capacity of 2700 MW was accorded on 15.2.2010. Earlier TOR was approved for 2025 MW by MoEF. MoE&F on 03.08.10 accorded approval for revised TOR for IC of 2700 MW. The additional studies have been carried out and draft report submitted to State Pollution Control Board for arranging Public Hearing. Save Energy for Benefit of Self and Nation

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The originally identified project envisaged installed capacity of 4800 MW. Subsequently, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh accorded approval for
S. No. 1. Name of Scheme Subansiri Lower H.E. Project Gerukamukh village near original site on Subansiri River

11.4.2 Subansiri Basin Projects Arunachal Pradesh

development of three separate projects in place of earlier single project proposal in order to avoid submergence of Daporijo town and also to reduce displacement of people and to have minimal impact on the environment. Details of these schemes are as under:
Capacity (MW) 2000 Present status The project has been approved by CCEA on 9 .9.03 & is under construction by NHPC & is likely to be commissioned during 12th plan. Project allotted to Jindal Power Ltd. DPR likely by Oct., 2011. Project allotted to M/s KSK Energy Ventures Ltd. DPR likely by May, 2012.

Location (District/ Village) Lower Subansiri / Gerukamukh

2.

Subansiri Middle H.E.Project Upstream of Tamen village on Kamla river which is tributary of Subansiri river Subansiri Upper H.E. Project Upstream of Daporijo near Mengal village on Subansiri River.

Lower Subansiri/ Tamen Upper Subansiri/ Menga

1600

3.

2,000

The project was techno-economically cleared by CEA vide its letter dated 2.7.2003 at an estimated cost of Rs.5163.86 crores at December 2002 price level including IDC of Rs.757.26

Tipaimukh H. E. Project is a multipurpose project involving hydro power generation, flood control and irrigation. The scheme envisages construction of a dam across river Barak immediately downstream of the confluence of the Tuivai River. The scheme envisages an installed capacity of 6x250 MW. The project was entrusted to M/s NEEPCO for execution. However, lately MoP vide letter dated 06.07.09 communicated that the implementation of the project would be done through a Joint Venture among NHPC (69%), SJVNL (26%) and Govt of Manipur (5%).

11.4.3 Tipaimukh Dam project (6x250= 1500 MW) Manipur

Revised cost estimates of the project were cleared by CEA for an amount of Rs.6701.97 crores including IDC of Rs.816.40 crores at December 2004 price level on 6.05.2005. This estimate also included additional provision of Rs.1100.78 crores as Net Present Value (NPV) @ Rs.5.8 lakh per Hectare of submerged forest land converted for non-forestry use. First PIB meeting was held on 25.10.2005. As per the minutes of the meeting, MoP had to submit a Supplementary Note to be studied and considered in the Core Group of the PIB for finalizing its recommendations. Second PIB meeting was held on 31.01.2006 which

crores. Part estimate of Rs.9.52 crores for undertaking some works on priority under Stage-II activities of the project was recommended by CEA on 2.04.2004.

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recommended the project for placement before CCEA for consideration, subject to the following observations: i) Costs relating to flood moderation, diversion of National Highways and external security may be borne by the concerned administrative departments. The costs should be updated and availability of funds confirmed in the Note for CCEA.

ii) iii)

iv) v)

Ministry of Power may persuade the State Governments of Mizoram and Manipur to reduce their share of free power from the project.

Ministry of Power may take up the issue of high NPV cost with the MoE&F and reflect the outcome in the Note for CCEA.

(ii)

2005 price level were vetted by CEA on 22.03.2006 as Rs.5026.84 crores (as hard cost excluding IDC, flood moderation, diversion of National Highway and external security). Subsequently, CEA vetted the IDC component as Rs.828.99 crores (Nov. 2005 price level) in August, 2006. Thus, the total cost at Nov., 2005 price level works out to Rs.5855.83 crores. This cost did not include the cost of flood moderation, diversion of National Highway and external security.

Project costs may be updated to December 2005 price level. Ministry of Power would obtain Environment and Forest Clearance before submitting the proposal for consideration of CCEA.

vi)

vii)

Risks relating to law and order and R&R to be explained clearly in the CCEA Note, along with strategies for risk mitigation. Views of Manipur and Mizoram Governments in this regard to be brought on record. PPAs may be firmed up before the project is submitted for consideration of CCEA.

As per PIB observations, following actions has been taken: (i)

viii) Adequacy of technical investigations, including critical design parameters, may be confirmed by the project authority to avoid any future surprises.

The updated revised cost estimates submitted by NEEPCO to CEA at Nov.,

Formation of Joint Venture: As per MoP letter dated 06.07.09, the implementation of the project would be done through a Joint Venture among NHPC (69%), SJVNL (26%) and Govt of Manipur (5%). MOU has already been signed on 28.04.2010 amongst NHPC Limited, Government of Manipur
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(iv) Forest clearance is under process at State Govt. level. Application for diversion of 1551.60 ha forest land falling in Mizoram was submitted to State Govt. of Mizoram on 14.07.10 and resubmitted on 14.03.11. Application for diversion of 22218.04 ha forest land falling in Manipur bas been submitted to State Govt. of Manipur on 29.11.10.

(iii) The project has been accorded environment clearance on 24.10.2008.

In a meeting taken by Secretary (Power) on 26.2.2008 in MoP, NEEPCO indicated that MoWR on 15.12.2005 had conveyed approval for meeting cost of flood component. Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways conveyed their In principle approval to meet cost of NH diversion on 14.9.2006. MHA conveyed In principle approval on 28.9.2006 of cost for providing external security with the mention that decision regarding this would be required to be taken by CCEA.

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and SJVN Limited for formation of a Joint Venture Company for implementation of 1500 MW Tipaimukh Hydroelectric (Multipurpose) Project in Manipur. 11.4.4 Dibang Multipurpose Project-(12x250 = 3000MW) Arunachal Pradesh

2. 3.

reduce the cost of the project.

The cost of external roads, bridges and providing flood moderation benefits should not be loaded to the project cost.

CEA accorded concurrence to the project on 23.1.2008. The estimated present day cost of the project at Nov., 2007 price level including IDC and FC without provision for external roads and bridges is Rs.15886.39 crores and with external roads and bridges is Rs. 16425.65 crores.

As per decision taken in a meeting held in July, 2006 between Honble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh and Honble Minister of Power, an MoU for execution of the project as a joint venture was signed between NHPC and Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh on 21.09.2006. Later, a MoA was signed on 24th June, 2007 between Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh and NHPC for execution of the project by NHPC on ownership basis without any equity participation by the State Govt.

Dibang Multipurpose Project located on Dibang River in Lower Dibang Valley district of Arunachal Pradesh has been conceived to provide flood moderation benefits to the downstream areas of the project besides power generation. The scheme envisages an installed capacity of 3000 MW.

4.

The construction period of 9 years needs to compress so that the benefits from the project could accrue much earlier, thereby resulting in reduction in IDC and FC charges. The difference between base cost and completion cost of the project seems to be on higher side as compared to other Hydro Projects, which needs to be examined further.

The PIB suggested that a committee should be set up to address to above issues and finalize report which would be taken into consideration while preparing the Note for CCEA. Meanwhile, environment, forest and other statutory clearances for the project may also be obtained to facilitate posing of the project to CCEA for Investment Approval. In pursuance of PIB meeting, a Committee was set up by MoP on 23.4.2008 which submitted its report with the following recommendations: (a) Considering remoteness of the place, present infrastructure, future development to be undertaken, etc. compression of construction period is not feasible.

The project was considered at PIB meeting held on 28.1.2008. As per minutes of meeting circulated by MoP on 27.2.2008, the project was recommended for posing to CCEA for approval of Rs.15886.39 crores without provision of cost component for external roads and bridges subject to following conditions. 1. Possibility of funding through external debt and subordinate debt may also be explored to

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(c) There is energy generation loss of about 880 MU due to flood moderation. The cost of flood moderation should to be borne by MoWR. (d) Rate of interest on loan to be considered as

(b) Keeping in view the location of the project (border State), stipulated conditions being imposed by foreign funding agencies and the national security concern, external funding is not taken into consideration.

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MoWR vide their letter 28th August, 2008 forwarded their recommendation on cost of flood moderation component for Dibang MPP as Rs.1074 crores. NHPC on 22.9.2008 intimated that the total cost of the project at Nov., 2007 price level considering grant of Rs.1074 crores for flood moderation works out to Rs.14905.21 crores including IDC and FC of Rs.1916.43 crores. E & F clearance: The Environment and forest clearances are yet to be accorded.

11% instead of 11.5%. Exemptions on Excise duty and Custom duty as applicable to Mega Projects to be considered. The cost of project was recommended as Rs.14892.04 crores as against Rs.15886.39 crores (without external roads) as cleared by CEA. In the report, the cost apportioned to flood moderation component was taken as Rs.1107 cores.

21.02.2011, for early conductance of Public Hearing. Forest land involved is 5056.5 ha and proposal was submitted to the Conservator of Forests (Cons) & Nodal Officer (FC) on 16.01.2006. Degraded forest land required for compensatory afforestation i.e 10113 ha has been identified and that proposal has been submitted to Conservator of Forests, Tezu by respective forest divisions. The State Govt has not yet submitted the proposal to MoEF, GOI. CCF (Cons.) cum Nodal Officer (FC) has advised CCF, Eastern Circle, Tezu vide letter dated 12.10.2010 that Unclassified State Forest (USF) land in Anini S. F. Division and in Dibang Forest Division, identified for compensatory afforestation be declared as Village Reserve Forest (VRF). Complete forest proposal will be submitted by State Govt. to MOEF after declaration of USF land as VRF. 11.5 Identification of Candidate Hydro Projects for 12th Plan

Earlier, as per EIA Notification, 1994, EIA/EMP reports were prepared and public hearing for Lower Dibang Valley District conducted on 29.01.2008. Public Hearing for Dibang Valley District could not be conducted due to public agitation. In the mean time, extended period for submitting the proposal for Environmental Clearance under EIA Notification, 1994 expired on 13.09.2008 and the proposal needed clearance under new EIA Notification, 2006.

TOR for pre-construction activities & EIA/EMP studies as per new notification approved on 17.08.2009. On 26.08.10, NHPC submitted application to APSPCB for initiating the fresh public hearing in both districts but the same could not be conducted due to Law & Order problem. The matter has been taken up by NHPC with MOEF vide letter dated 02.02.2011 and with Honble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh vide letter dated

Action has been initiated to take up candidate H.E. projects in the country for survey and investigation/ DPR preparation and other construction activities well in advance so as to achieve the ambitious programme of capacity addition in the coming plans. To meet the requirement of additional capacity during the 12th Plan (2012-17), a shelf of 83 candidate hydro projects having aggregate capacity of 22011 MW have been prepared which includes 18 HE schemes with aggregate capacity of 7469 MW in N.E. region. 11.6 Status of Various Hydro Power Projects in North-Eastern Region 11.6.1 Central Sector Projects (A) Sanctioned Projects

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Continuation or otherwise of the project was being reviewed due to increase in the project cost and resumption of work was dependent upon viability of the project. CEA on 3.11.05 informed MOP that the present day cost of the project at October 2004 price level was likely to be Rs.687.80 crores (including IDC of Rs. 40.05 crores and financing charges Rs. 0.16 crores). The first year tariff at this cost being Rs. 3.69/Kwh., project at this cost/tariff appeared unviable. In the meantime, JICA discontinued loan and requested for prepayment of entire outstanding amount.

The project was accorded CCEA approval in July, 1998 at an estimated cost of Rs.368.72 crores with likely completion by 2006-07. Project was to be financed substantially under Loan assistance of 11,695 Million Japanese Yen from Japan Bank of International Co-operation(JICA).This project was under execution and subsequently put on hold since June, 2004 due to poor law & order conditions and agitation by claimants of crop compensation.

Tuirial HEP (2x30 = 60 MW), Mizoram, NEEPCO

DoNER amounting to Rs.300 Crs. (ii) Loktak Down Stream (66 MW), Manipur, NHPC

The project, to be executed by NHPC, was cleared by CCEA for an Installed Capacity of (3x30=90 MW) on 31.12.1999 at an estimated cost of Rs.78.62 crores including IDC of Rs.46.95 crores (April 1999 price level). The environmental clearance was granted by MoEF on 4.2.99 and forest clearance on 3.1.97.

The project is now proposed to be executed by a Joint Venture between NHPC and Government of Manipur with revised capacity of 66 MW. CEA accorded concurrence on 15.11.2006 to the revised proposal with reduced capacity of 66MW. Ministry of DoNER vide their letter dated 24.11.2008 have accorded Administrative and financial approval for central financial assistance form Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources

CCEA approval has been accorded to the project on 14.1.2011 for Rs.913.63 crores including IDC of Rs.36.57 crores at March, 2010 Price Level. The financial pattern of Rs.913.63 crores comprises of (i) Equity of Rs. 137.04 Crs. (ii) Loan from financial institutions amounting to Rs. 184.63 Crs. (iii) Subordinate loan from Govt. of India amounting to Rs. 291.96 Crs. and (iv) Grant from

Efforts were made to revive the project and the revised cost estimates were vetted by CEA a number of times and lastly vetted on 26.4.10 for the Present day Hard cost of Rs. 877.06 Crs at March, 10 P.L. PIB meeting was held on 4th June 2010 which recommended the project for CCEA approval.

(NLCPR) to the Govt of Manipur towards the Barrage component of the project amounting to Rs. 9862.80 lakhs which is 90% of the barrage approved cost of Rs. 10958.67 lakhs. For balance Rs. 100 Crores, grant has to be arranged by Govt. of Manipur from the appropriate authority. On the request of NHPC, CEA vide its letter dated 18.11.2009 extended the validity of Concurrence for one year. The same expired on 14.11.10. Further, NHPC vide their letter dated 28.12.2010 requested CEA for revalidation of Concurrence for another one year since the project could not be started due to delay in getting Environment and Forest clearances. CEA vide its letter dated 24.1.2011 extended the validity of Concurrence for one year i.e upto 14.11.2011. The MoU and Promoters Agreement for implementation of the project on joint venture basis were signed by Govt. of Manipur with NHPC on 14.9.2007 and 26.9.2008 respectively. The Loktak Downstream Hydroelectric Corporation Limited

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Environment and forest clearance for the revised proposal of project for installed capacity of 66 MW is yet to be accorded. MOEF on 16.11.2006 asked NHPC to obtain fresh environmental clearance. Environment clearance is under process at developer level. Consultant has undertaken socio economic survey of PAF and submitted draft R&R plan on 27.10.10. The Draft EIA/EMP reports are under finalisation and thereafter the same shall be submitted to SPCB, Manipur to initiate the process of Public Hearing. In- principle forest clearance accorded to the project by MOEF vide letter dated 03.03.11

has also been incorporated on 23.10.2009. NHPC vide their letter dated 16.02.2010 requested CEA for Transfer of TEC in favour of newly formed Joint Venture company(JVC) viz. Loktak Downstream Hydroelectric Corporation Limited. CEA vide its communication dated 11.03.2010 informed NHPC that a request of transfer of TEC has to be made by the new agency i.e Loktak Downstream Hydroelectric Corporation Limited. Request from the JVC is awaited.

(i)

(B)

The scheme was considered in concurrence meeting of CEA and concurrence letter was issued on 19.2.1999. The present day cost at March 1997 price level was Rs. 964.22 crores including IDC component of Rs.47.31 crores. The completed cost was estimated as Rs.1258.84 crores including IDC of Rs.58.89 crores.

Tuivai H.E. Project (3x70=210 MW) in Mizoram cleared for Central Sector and transferred to State Sector

CEA Cleared Projects

NEEPCO submitted revised cost estimates of the project in July 2003. CEA vide its letter dated 28.05.2004 approved an amount of Rs.1122.51 crores (April 2003 price level) including IDC component of Rs.15.18 crores. Design energy of 620.82 GWh has been taken corresponding to TG efficiency of 92% (instead of 87% taken at the time of TEC).

Pare HEP located in Papumpare District of Arunachal Pradesh was accorded concurrence of CEA on 24th Sept. 2007 for an estimated present day cost of Rs.553.25 crores including IDC & FC of Rs.49.26 crores at June 2007 Price Level.

(iii) Pare Hydro Electric Project (2x55=110 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh

As per minutes of meeting taken by Secretary (Power) on 12.01.2006, at the request of the State Govt. of Mizoram, Ministry of Power/NEEPCO agreed to hand over the project to the State Government. Besides, it was suggested that State Govt. may consider making NEEPCO a Joint Venture partner. The decision of State Govt is awaited. 11.6.2 State Sector Projects (i) (B) CEA cleared Projects

CCEA approval has been accorded to the project on 4.12.2008 for Rs.573.99 crores including IDC of Rs.67.66 crores and FC of Rs.0.40 crores at June, 2007 Price Level. The completion cost considering 44 months as construction period is estimated as Rs.674.45 crores including IDC as Rs.76.52 crores and FC as Rs.0.47 crores. The project is currently under execution.

The project, to be executed by Power and Electricity Department, Mizoram, was given concurrence by CEA at an estimated completed cost of Rs.549.43 crores (including IDC of Rs.13.99
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As informed by Govt. of Mizoram, at the time of examination of DPR, funds for the project were proposed to be provided by Govt. of India as Central Assistance with terms and conditions of assistance to be governed by the rules followed in case of special category State i.e. 90% grant & 10% loan (with simple interest @ 10%). However, no Letter of Commitment from Govt. of India or Comfort Letter to this effect was made available to CEA. CEA found this project to be viable in case the project was funded on the aforesaid basis (90% grant). In the event of any change in the funding pattern, the project would require a fresh examination and Techno-economic Clearance for which the Govt. of Mizoram should revert back to CEA. One of the conditions stipulated in TEC letter was that if time gap between TEC and actual start of work is more than 3 years, a fresh TEC of the project would be required. Proposal for funding the project through various agencies was being pursued by the State Govt. On the request of State Govt., validity of TEC had been extended six times, last one being up to 8.11.2007.

crores) and present day cost of Rs.441.67 crores (including IDC of Rs.11.25 crores) at March 2000 price level on 9.11.2000.

B) a)

dated 1.10.2007. 11.6.3 Private Sector Projects

CEA Concurred Projects:

Demwe Lower HE Project was accorded concurrence by CEA on 20.11.2009 for an estimated cost of Rs. 13144.91 Crores(Completion Cost). MoEF has accorded environmental clearance to the project on 12.2.10. FAC considered proposal for forest clearance on 7.5.10 and 20.5.10 and recommended for clearance. Forest clearance is awaited. b) Financial closure is yet to be achieved. Lower Siang HE Project (9x300=2700 MW), Ar. Pradesh by M/s JAPL

Demwe Lower HE Project (5x342 + 1x40=1750 MW), Arunachal Pradesh by M/s ADPPL

Govt. of Mizoram on 21.08.2007 requested for further extension of TEC indicating that Mizoram was seeking Viability Gap funding for the project. CEA observed that during the last seven years, more hydrological data would have become available necessitating reassessment of power potential. As the cost estimates were more than 7 years old, they needed revision. Moreover, Govt. of Mizoram proposed to adopt public-private partnership mode for implementation of the project, which would change the funding pattern as well as executing agency. Taking these factors in view, CEA did not consider it appropriate to grant further extension of validity of TEC. The Govt. of Mizoram was informed accordingly vide CEA letter

Lower Siang HE Project was accorded concurrence by CEA on 15.02.2010 for an estimated cost of Rs. 19990.74 Crores(Completion Cost). Environment and Forest clearance is under process. Financial closure is yet to take place. Earlier TOR was approved for 2025 MW by MoEF. MoE&F on 03.08.10 accorded approval for revised TOR for IC of 2700 MW. The additional studies have been carried out and draft report submitted to State Pollution Control Board for arranging Public Hearing. c) Dibbin H.E. Project (2x60=120MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s KSK Dibbin Hydro Power Private Limited

Dibbin H.E. Project was accorded concurrence on 4.02.2009 for an estimated completed cost of Rs. 728.54 Crores . EIA/EMP report of the project was submitted

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to Member Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board during August,2009. Public hearing leading to the Environment Clearance, conducted by the APSPCB on 30.07.2010. APSPCB has recommended the proposal to Central Government. Regarding forest clearance, total land requirement of the project is 162 ha, out of which 76 ha of forest land and rest 86 ha is private/Govt./Other land. Proposal for diversion of forest land was submitted to Nodal Officer, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh on 27.07.2009. d) Nafra H.E. Project (2x60=120 MW) Arunachal Pradesh by M/s SEW Nafra Power Corporation Private Limited

Ministry of Environment & Forest earlier accorded clearance on 15.02.2008 to M/s BEL for pre-construction activities of Nyamjung Chhu HEP St. I (98MW),St.-II (97MW) and St. III (95 MW). MOEF vide letter dated 2.08.2010 intimated that the project was granted TOR for preparation of EIA and EMP report for generation of 900 MW on 29.12.2009, however, MOEF has no objection for bringing down the capacity from 900 MW to 780 MW. MOEF vide letter dated 13.10.2010 transferred the TOR in the name of M/s NJC Hydro Power Ltd. earlier issued on 29.12.2009/ 2.08..2010 to M/s Bhilwara Energy limited. As intimated by the Developer, EIA & EMP has been submitted by M/s NJCHPL to State Pollution Control Board, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh and public hearing was held in February, 2011. Regarding forest clearance, out of total land requirement of 254.556 ha, 244.4697 ha is community forest land and rest is private land. Land acquisition process is yet to be started by the Developer.

Nafra H.E. Project (2x60=120MW) in Arunachal Pradesh to be executed by M/s SEW Nafra Power Corporation Private Limited (M/s SNPCPL) in Private Sector has been accorded concurrence by CEA on 11th Febuary,2011 at an Estimated completed cost of Rs. 848.22 Crores including IDC & FC of Rs. 106.60 Crores and Rs. 5.94 Crores. Project has been accorded environmental clearance by MoE&F vide letter dated 17.01.2011. M/s SNPCPL has yet to obtain forest clearance from MoE&F. Nyamjamg Chhu H.E. Project (6x130=780MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s NJC Hydro power Limited

e)

11.6.4 H.E. Projects Allotted for implementation in the N.E. Region and yet to be taken up for construction A total of 97 H.E. Projects (above 25 MW capacity) with aggregate capacity of 41162.5 MW have been allotted in N.E. Region to Central and Private Sector for implementation in the near future and are yet to be taken up for construction. In addition, 28 schemes with aggregate capacity of 13018 MW have also been identified which are yet to be allotted by the states for implementation. Category-wise, these schemes are summarized below:-

Nyamjang Chhu H.E.Project was accorded concurrence by CEA on 24.03.2011 for an estimated completed cost of Rs. 6268.26 Crores (without Mega Power Project status) and Rs. 6115.60 Crores (with Mega Power Project status).
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Name of State Ar. Pradesh Assam Manipur

No. 4 2 1 5 -

Central

Summary of HE Schemes Allotted in NER (yet to be taken up for construction)


I.C. (MW) 4730 1566 2196 85 No. 79 Private I.C. (MW) 31296.5 No. 4 5 7 9 1 2 28

Unallocated/State

I.C. (MW) 10660 360 573 80

No. 87 5 9 6 3 125

Total

I.C. (MW) 46686.5 2139 2364 2276 355 360

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5 1 85

1124 165 32585.5

1155 190 13018

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The progress of various thermal power projects under construction in North-Eastern region is given below: Namrup CCGT (70 MW GT + 30 MW ST) Assam (State Sector)

11.7 Status of Construction of Thermal Power Projects in North-Eastern Region

the project is hampering the commissioning of the project which is now expected during 2011-12. c) OTPC CCPP (Palatana) (2x363.3 MW) Tripura (Central Sector)

100 MW Namrup is a replacement power project being executed by Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd. (APGCL) in Distt. Dibrugarh, Assam. EPC contract was awarded to BHEL in February, 2009 with a target date of commissioning as January, 2012. The project is expected to be commissioned during early 12th Plan. b) Lakwa WHRU Project/ Steam Turbine (37.2 MW) Assam (State Sector)

Platana project is being executed by OTPC, a Joint Venture of ONGC, Government of Tripura and Infrastructure Leasing and Finance Services (IL&FS) at Palatana, Tripura. Main Plant order was placed on BHEL inJune, 2008 on EPC basis. The project is envisaged for completion by the Project Authorities during 11th Plan (Unit 1 by December, 2011 and Unit 2 by March, 2012). d) Bongaigaon TPS (3x250 MW) Assam (Central Sector)

The project is being executed by APGCL. The order was placed on BHEL in March, 2006 on EPC basis with original commissioning schedule of May, 2008. The overall slow progress of work at

The project is being executed by NTPC. The main plant order was placed on BHEL in February, 2008 with a original commissioning schedule of Jan, 2011 for Unit-1, May, 2011 for Unit-2 and Sept, 2011 for Unit-3. Due to delay in completion of civil works for main plant the project is likely to be commissioned by 2013-14.
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11.8 Detailed Status of New Thermal Power Projects in North-eastern States (i) Tripura Gas Based Power Project 104.74 MW:

The project is being executed by NEEPCO. LOI for the main plant has been placed on BHEL in July, 2010 with original commissioning schedule of May, 2013. Presently mobilization of manpower and initial works to facilitate commencement of main work has been started at the site.

Monarchak Gas Based Power Project (101 MW) NEEPCO - Tripura (Central Sector)

Govt. of Meghalaya for the development of Project.

M/s NEEPCO has a proposal to set up Margherita TPP with an installed capacity of 250 MW in Joint Venture with APGCL. The Joint Venture Conpany JVC agreement is yet to be finalized. (v) Margherita TPP-JV of NTPC & APGCL -500 MW-

(iv) Margherita Coal based TPP, Assam (JV of NEEPCO & APGCL) -250 MW:

The project was recommended in PIB meeting held on 20.1.09. Investment approval has been accorded vide MoP letter dated 14th July, 2009 at a cost of Rs. 421.01 crores including IDC. The techno-commercial offer for main plant equipment negotiated with BHEL. As the cost of the project was on the higher side when compared to the cost approved during investment approval, M/s NEEPCO submitted revised cost estimate amounting to Rs. 623.44 crores to Ministry of Power for approval which has been discussed in the Standing Committee for determining the responsibility for time & cost overrun on the Revised Cost Estimates. The revised cost estimates are yet to be approved. (ii)

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As informed by NEEPCO, Govt. of Meghalaya has made the MOA a non operational in April, 2008 till further order.

Garo Hills Coal based Thermal Power Project, Meghalaya, NEEPCO 500 MW:

A team of NTPC, CEA and APGCL officials along with revenue officials visited the site on 18.9.2009 at Margherita for examining the feasibility of installing 2x250 MW units when it was observed that the site selected by APGCL is highly undulating. As per the draft report of NTPC, M/s APGCL is conducting the topo grapghic survey of the area so as to reexamine the plant layout to minimize ground level variations and optimize leveling cost. 11.9 R&M Schemes (Hydro) of North Eastern Region

As per the letter dated 20.7.09 from Honble Minister, Power Public Enterprise, Industry & Commerce, Govt. of Assam, they are in discussion with NTPC to implement another thermal project of 500 MW capacity in Eastern part of Assam in joint venture with Assam Power Generation Company Ltd.

Nine (9) existing hydro schemes of North Eastern Region with an aggregate installed capacity of 544 MW have been identified for R&M works to accrue a benefit of 212 MW. The R&M activities of four schemes have already been completed at an actual expenditure of Rs. 121.25 Crores to accrue a benefit of 61 MW. The remaining five schemes are under various stages of implementation and are
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likely to accrue a benefit of 151 MW at an estimated cost of Rs. 348 Crores. The Scheme-wise status of the R&M works of the hydro schemes of North A. Schemes Completed
Name of Scheme, Agency, State Khandong, U-1, NEEPCO, Meghalaya Gumti, TSECL, Tripura Khandong, NEEPCO, Meghalaya

Eastern Region as on 31.03.2010 is given hereunder:-

S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

(MW)Installed Cap. 1x25 3x5 2x25 4x9

Actual cost(Rs. Crs.) 0.62 17.50 3.35 84.21

Benefits (MW) 25 (Res.) 36 (LE)

U-1 Restoration works completed in 1991-92 R&M works completed in 1994-95 R&M works completed in 2003-04

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Ongoing Under Implementation


Name of Scheme, Agency, State Loktak, NHPC, Manipur Umium St.II, Meghalaya MeECL, Installed Cap. (MW) 3x30 (Derated) 2x9 2x50 + 2x50 2x30 2x25 Est. cost (Rs. Crs.) 18.55 Benefits (MW) 15(Res.) 18(LE) + 2 (U) 60(LE) + 6(U) 50(LE) Status

Umium St.I, MeECL, Meghalaya

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5.

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6. 7. 8. 9.

90.46 66.42 168.00 20.57

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The total installed capacity in the Region is as under: Sector Hydro 1116.00* Thermal 989.74 RES 223.06 Nuclear Total 2329.34 *Excluding small hydro schemes covered under Renewable energy Sources. 11.11 Hydro Power Generation Performance Installed Capacity (MW)

2x3.15 MVA S/S at Seppa including distribution transformers and associated 11 kV line in East Kameng Distt in Arunachal Pradesh Scheme for modernization of electrical network in and around Melli Bazar, South Sikkim Scheme for conversion of existing 440V LT distribution overhead lines including service connections into under ground cable system at Gyalshing Bazar and surrounding areas in west Sikkim Scheme for construction of 66 kV line from Lachung to Maltin including construction of 11/66 KV, 5 MVA step up S/S at Lachung HEP and additional bay at Maltin, North Sikkim Phodong Sub-station from 5 (2x2.5) MVA to 7.5 (2.5+5) MVA with replacement of all electrical equipments at North Sikkim Scheme for construction of 11/66 kV, 2x5 MVA step up S/S at Robomchu HEP and 66 kV S/C line from Robomchu HEP to Maltin S/S including construction of additional bay at Maltin at North Sikkim The following schemes proposed to be funded under NLCPR were examined for NE states and comments were sent to DONER/ NE states
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Hydro Power generation during the year 2010-11 (April, 2010 - March, 2011 ) in the North Eastern Region was 3905.33 MU* against a target of 4245.00 MU, which is 92.00 % achievement. 11.12 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DONER) The following Sub Transmission & Distribution (ST&D) schemes of NE state received from Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DONER) for funding under NLCPR was technically clearedScheme for installation of new 66/11 kV 2x7.5 MVA substation at Old Namchi Bazar and renovation of existing 66/11 kV, 2x2.5 MVA S/S at Namchi in South Sikkam Scheme for construction of 33/11 kV,
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Scheme for construction of 33/11 kV, 3x5 MVA S/S at Rangia by shifting existing 33/11 kV, 2x5 MVA Rangia S/S from 132/33 kV Rangia Grid in Assam Scheme for construction of 33/11 kV, 2x5 MVA S/S at Thuribari along with 33 kV line from Salakati Grid S/S to Thuribari and from Thuribhari to Kokrajhar S/S in Assam Scheme for construction of 33/11 kV , 3x5 MVA S/Stn at Chirakhundi Rangia, Assam. Scheme for construction of 33/11 kV , 2x1.6 MVA S/Stn at Phudungsei in Mizoram Scheme for installation of 33/11 KV, 2x5 MVA S/S and associated 33 KV transmission line at Kakwa , Imphal west in Manipur Scheme for renovation of 33 KV S/C line from 132/33 KV Joyma S/S to 33/11 KV Kokrajhar S/S with new tapping line to 33/11 KV Fakiragram S/S and river crossing at Ganga river through tower structure in Assam 11.13 Status of Rural Electrification in Northeastern Region During 2010-11 (upto February, 2011) 2675 numbers of inhabited villages have been electrified and no pumpsets have been energized.

Cumulatively, 34663 inhabited villages constituting 85.85 % have been electrified out of a total of 40377 inhabited villages and 8844 pumpsets have been energized in the North Eastern States. 11.14 The issues pertaining to Sectoral development of power system in the North Eastern Region (i) Sectoral meeting on Development of Power System in the North Eastern Region

The Sub-Group, constituted under the chairmanship of Member (Power System) CEA, tabled a report on comprehensive transmission, subtransmission and distribution system in NER & Sikkim in December 2007 in consultation with the States of NER and POWERGRID. The scheme was formulated in three phases: Phase-I during 2007-11, Phase-II during 2011-14 and Phase-III during 201417. Subsequently, the job for preparation of DPR was entrusted to POWERGRID. Accordingly, POWERGRID has prepared and submitted a DPR in January 2010 covering requirements of intra-State and inter-State transmission, sub-transmission and state-wise distribution system in NER and Sikkim. The DPRs for Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and Sikkim were subsequently revised by POWERGRID in July 2010 to delete some transmission works taken up by these states and include new requirement of transmission lines and sub-stations proposed by these states. The details of the revised estimated cost is given below:
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State Inter-State Ar. Pradesh Assam Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Tripura Sikkim Total

Transmission & Sub Trans (132 kV & above Phase-I 44.49 959.23 711.74 196.88 920.50 263.37 915.77 612.72 730.70 5355.4 Phase-II 250.23 466.77 940.55 185.52 0.00 222.17 0.00 229.19 0.00 2294.43

(Rs. in crores) Distribution 0.00 217.14 741.72 260.21 283.85 145.01 152.08 284.55 287.59 2372.15 Sub-Total 294.72 1643.14 2394.01 642.61 1204.35 630.55 1067.85 1126.46 1018.29 10021.98 Consultancy 39.01 217.49 316.87 85.06 159.41 83.46 141.34 149.1 134.78 1326.52 Total 333.73 1860.63 2710.88 727.67 1363.76 714.01 1209.19 1275.56 1153.07 11348.5

The scheme would be funded by Central Govt./ World Bank. (ii) Master Transmission Plan evolved earlier with suitable pooling and de-pooling points for evacuation of power from various hydro-electric projects in Arunachal Pradesh / NER envisaged

during 11th Plan and beyond is being reviewed because of changed generation scenario, enhanced capacity and new hydro projects.

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TRAINING AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT


12.1 Training of Manpower in CEA 12.1.1 Management Development & Refresher Training Programme

All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure.- Mark Twain

It has been the motto of CEA management to impart at least one week training annually to each employee of CEA.

As Human Resource is an essential resource for carrying out any business or service of an organization, It is required to be developed to produce a quality product/service at a reasonable price. To attain this objective, the technical, managerial and behavioral competence of the human resources are developed and enhanced through training. Keeping this objective in view, HRD, CEA has been organizing various training programmes in technical, managerial, IT, health and other areas to keep them abreast of technology and bringing about attitudinal change in consonance with the need of rapidly changing era of globalization. HRD has also been making efforts to keep stock of the infrastructure available for the development of human resources in the power sector. CEA has been following up with the utilities/organizations on the status of implementation of the National Training Policy for the power sector. To fulfill its statutory role under Rule 3 of IE Rules 1956, CEA has been sending teams to visit power sector institutes for their evaluation in terms of infrastructure, utilization and quality of training programmes and facilitate CEA accreditation for them in line with the CEA Guidelines for recognition of training institutes for power sector. CEA has been advising/recommending various measures to the training institute/power sector organization for improvement in the training infrastructure and methodologies for enhancing the skills and productivity of the personnel.

The management development programmes for CEA Officers conducted at professional institutes of national and international repute like IIM, Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, PMI Noida, MDI Gurgaon, IIPA, New Delhi were organized.

The officers/officials were deputed for various in service refresher training programmes, technical courses, workshops, seminars, conferences etc. at MDI, Gurgaon, PMI, Noida, ESCI, Hyderabd,ISTM, CBIP & CSMRS, NPC, New Delhi, CPRI, Bangalore, India Infrastructure Publishing Pvt. Ltd., PSTI, Bangalore, CIDC, Delhi. The programmes organized for enhancing the technical ,managerial and interpersonal skills and for awareness about good health included the topics such as Effective communication for managers and leaders, Communication and listening skills, Physical and Mental Exercise, Motivation, leadership and team building, Stress management, etc. The man days for these programmes were 567 12.1.2 In-house Training Programme The following programmes were organized by HRD division through various organizations for enhancing the knowledge on RTI and for awareness about good health. i) One day workshop on RTI attended by 25 participants including CPIOs, APIOs/AAs of CEA. The faculties were invited from ISTM Delhi.

ii) One day Health check up camp was organized .It was sponsored by a private health product manufacturing firm.

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Foreign training programmes/ study tours were planned, processed and conducted during the year 2010-11 for CEA engineers. Engineers of CEA were deputed abroad for project consultancy, International Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops and technology transfer. The details of officers who visited foreign countries during the year 2010-11 are given in Annexure 12A. Two Degree (Engg.), one Diploma (Engg.), seven nos. of ITI qualified D/men and fourteen nos.
S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 150 11. 9. Name of the Institute

12.2 Foreign Visits/ Training Programmes for CEA Officers

of vocational apprentices have undergone training in CEA under the Apprentice Act 1961 during the year 2010-11. For ensuring the development of the training infrastructure in the Power Sector and the implementation of statutory requirements of training. As per Sub Rule 2(A) & 2(B) of Rule 3 of IE Rules 1956, the Power Training Institutes/ Centres of various SEBs/ Utilities are visited by CEA officers for giving renewal/recognition to their Institutes. The following 20 nos. training institutes/centers were visited and accorded recognition/renewal of recognition during the year 2010-11: 12.4 Recognition of Training Institutes

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Training under Apprentice Act, 1961

Generation Training Institute, Mahagenco, Nashik, Maharashtra

Department of Safety and Training Institute, Mahatransco, Nashik, Maharashtra National Power Training Institute, Badarpur, New Delhi Power Management Institute, NTPC Ltd, Noida, U.P.

Centre for Infrastructure Development and Management, YASHADA, Pune, Maharashtra Transmission and Sub-station Training & Development Institute, TNEB, Madurai , T.N. Hydro Training Centre, Tanakpur Power Station, Champawat, Uttaranchal Engineering Staff College of India(ESCI), Hyderabad, A.P. Synergem Training Institute, Nagpur OPTCL Power Training Centre at Chandaka, Power Grid Corporation of Orissa Ltd., Bhubaneshwar, Orissa Thermal Training Institute, Vallur Camp North Chennai TPS, TNEB Chennai, Hydro Power Training Institute, Chamera Power Station -I, Chamba, H.P. Regional Training Centre, Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Corporation Ltd, Babhaleshwar, Mashrashtra Simulator Training Centre, Kawas Gas Power Project, NTPC, Surat, Gurajat OHPC Training Centre, Bhubneswar, Orissa JSW Energy Centre for Excellence, Toranagallu, Distt.-Bellary, Karnataka. Employee Development Centre, 400KV Sub-station , Hyderabad, A.P. Training Centre of Gujarat Energy Training & Research Institute, Wanakbori Thermal Power Station, Vadodara, Gujarat The sole advantage of power is that you can do more good- Baltasar Grecian Training Centre, Sabarmati PS, Torrent Power AEC, Ahmedabad, Gujarat Evonik Power Plant Learning Centre, A-29, Sector 16, Noida- 201301, U.P.

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Central Electricity Authority and the Ministry of Power organized an International conclave on Key Inputs for Accelerated Development of Power Sector during 11th Plan and on 4th & 5th July, 2007 wherein Utilities, State Governments, Central & State Regulatory/ Commissions and other organizations participated. In the wake of the International Conclave the Adopt an ITI Scheme was launched by MoP & CEA and the CPSUs were advised to adopt one or more ITIs near to the project sites to build up the required skilled man power. Eight (8) Central Sector Power Utilities have adopted sixty ITIs (including 8 new ITIs under construction) near their project sites to upgrade them to provide quality manpower for the Power Sector. CEA has been facilitating the process of adoption of ITIs and monitoring the progress of adoption. CEA has undertaken a study on Evaluation of the performance of Adopt an ITI Scheme. The report of the study is under preparation.

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Adoption of ITI Scheme

During 2010-2011, the CEAs sports team participate in various Inter-CPUS/Inter-Ministry tournament for the following events. 1. Sh. Dinesh Rawat, an outstanding athlete of CEA, has brought laurels for CEA and also for the country as ever before and continues to do so. The Performance of the Dinesh Rawat for the year 2010-2011 is as under: 1. Athletic

2.

In the 16th Asian Master Athletic Championship held at Kaulalampur, Malaysia from 6th to 12th December, 2010, he won One Gold and Three Silver Medals.

3. 4. 2.

The Recreation Club of CEA has been a major source of inspiration for the employees of CEA for the development of extra curricular activities. This is achieved by way of conducting indoor and outdoor games every year. The Recreation Club also takes part in both indoor and outdoor Inter-Ministry /Inter-CPUS Tournament.

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Twelve (12) Central Public Sector Undertakings/ Govt. bodies and four from the State PSUs in the Power Sector have registered themselves on the websitewww.indiapowerjobs.com for publicizing their vacancies on the web site Recreation and Sports Club

During the year 2010-2011, CEA, Table Tennis Team participated in the 13th Inter CPSU Table Tennis Tournament Organised by NHPC Ltd at Chamera Stage-1 Khairi Distt. Chamba (H.P) from 30.03.2011 to 02.04.2011 3. Kabaddi

Table Tennis

Presently, he is the Chief Coach of the Delhi State Athletics.

In the Delhi State Master Athletic Championships he won Two Gold Medals.

In the 32nd Nationals Masters Athletic Championships held at Chandigarh from 24th to 27th February, 2011, he won Three Gold Medals & One Bronze Medal.

CEA Participated in the 11th Inter CPSU Kabaddi Tournament Organised by Power Grid at Chandigrah from 17th June to 19th June. The Performance of the team is good. CEA Sports Team also Participated in Volleyball and Lawn Tennis Tournament organised by CPSU.
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R&D Projects initiated During 10th Plan Period: NHPC: Development of Silt Erosion NML Resistant Material for Tur- Jamshedpur Rs. 100.00 bines of Hydro generators SJVNL: Rs. 50.00 MoP : Rs. 149.79 Total Rs. 299.79 (i) 4 x 500 kVA by C-DAC for IT-Park. C-DAC Rs.125.0 MoP Rs. 125.0 BHEL Rs. 192.5 MoP Rs. 192.5 Total 635.0 (ii) 2.5 MVAr by BHEL for Bhilai Steel Plant.

National Effort to develop Technology for Custom Power Devices(STATCOM)

(i) Erection. Commissioning and field trial of remaining two 500 kVA STATCOMs at substation-2, Nila building, Techno Park, Thiruvananthapuram. Impact study.

Cavitation testing, weldability studies of 13Cr4Ni and newly developed 2 alloys. Also one set-up for flow induced cavitation study. NML will make sealing ring as per the dimensions of Nathpa-Jhakri, for performance evaluation. Two sets of Guide vane sealing ring will be cast and machined at NML.

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(ii) (ii) MoP Further testing is in progress to validate to share: test function modules and complete software. Rs 162.75 Assembly of power stack is in progress. lakh IGBT stacks will be tested for rated voltage BHEL Share: and current operation with reactor loading. Rs 162.75 The developed STATCOM is installed at Bhilakh lai steel Plant, field trials are in progress.

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(b) R&D Projects initiated During 11th Plan Period: IIT Roorkee

To develop a prototype of 132kV Optical Current Transformer for use in the 132kV system

ERDA, Vadodara

PGCIL Rs. Rs 19.0 lakh 19.0 lakh to -Total Rs. 19.0 Rs. 134.838

Field implementation testing is planned. The project was to be completed by Dec 2010. EMCO requested additional Rs 50.0 lakhs. The requirement of additional budget as proposed by EMCO is discussed during SCRD meeting. PowerGrid has shown interest to facilitate funds required for the field implementation studies. A meeting is proposed with CEA, CPRI, EMCO and PGCIL to discuss various aspects to be considered for field trials. CPRI requested EMCO to provide list of additional equipment required along with specifications and budgetary offers

ERDA requested for additional funds of Rs 68 lakhs and 2 year time frame for further development so that repeatability of optical output can be worked out Research is likely to be completed by October, 2012

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Development of Silt Erosion Resistant Nano-composite Coatings by Physical Vapour Deposition for Hydro Turbine components

MoP Rs. 163.013

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Development of DVR based voltage source stabilizer for process industry

Research is likely to be completed by October, 2011.

4 MoP Rs. 90.0 Total Rs. 90.0 MoP Rs. 102.43 TNEB Rs. 15.00 Univ.* Rs.54.054 Total Rs. 171.484

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A study on Stability & CPRI reliability of the Power System with large Penetration of Wind Power * Saskatchewan, Canada

Improvement in reliability, CPRI safety and long term performance of power and converter transformers through improvements in quality of transformer oil 40.00

Development of Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) based voltage source stabilizers for

Research is likely to be completed by October, 2011 Research is likely to be completed by October, 2012

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Details of Inter-Regional Transmission Existing and Planned for 11th Plan:


Name of System ER SR : Gazuwaka HVDC back to back Balimela-Upper Sileru 220kV S/C Talcher-Kolar HVDC Bipole Upgradation of TalcherKolar HVDC bipole ER-SR total ER NR : Muzaffarpur - Gorakhpur 400kV D/C (Quad Moose) with TCSC Dehri-Sahupuri 220kV S/C Patna-Balia 400kV D/C quad Biharshariff-Balia 400kV D/C quad Barh-Balia 400kV D/C quad SasaramFatehpur 765kV S/C line-1 GayaBalia 765kV S/C Sasaram: (i) HVDC back to back At the end of 10th Plan i.e. 31.03.2007 (a) 1000 130 2000 3130 2000 130 800 # Additions during 11th Plan upto 31-03-2011 (b) Balance Existing as program on 31-03for 11th 2011 Plan (c=a+b) 1000 130 2000 500 3630 2000 130 1600 1600 (d) 0 1600 2100 2100

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(transmission capacity in MW) At the end of 11th Plan i.e. 31.03.2012 (e=c+d) 1000 130 2000 500 3630 2000 130 1600 1600 1600 2100 2100

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(ii) Bypassing of HVDC back-to- back to establish Sasaram-Allahabad/Varanasi 400kV D/C line ER-NR total ER WR : Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C TCSC on Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C Budhipara-Korba220kV D/C+S/C Ranchi-Sipat 400kV D/C (40% SC) Ranchi-Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C with fixed series capacitor, TCSC in parallel line Ranchi Sipat Pooling Point 765kV S/C ER-WR total ER - NER : Birpara-Salakati 220kV D/C Malda-Bongaigaon 400kV D/C Bongaigaon-Siliguri 400kV D/C Quad ER-NER total 156

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Name of System

At the end Additions Existing as on 31-03of 10th Plan during 2011 11th Plan i.e. 31.03. upto 31-032007 2011 (a) (b) (c=a+b) 500 260 260 1100 1100 1000 4220 1000 200 260 260 1720 0 0 600 20750 500 260 260 1100 2120 @ 1000 200 260 260 1720 0 0 600 14050

Balance program for 11th Plan (d) 0 0 0 10900

2/2 At the end of 11th Plan i.e. 31.03. 2012 (e=c+d) 500 260 260 1100 1100 1000 4220 1000 200 260 260 1720 0 0 600 31650

NR WR : Vindhychal HVDC back to back Auria-Malanpur 220kV D/C Kota-Ujjain 220kV D/C Agra-Gwalior 765kV S/C line-1 400kV op. Agra-Gwalior 765kV S/C line-2 400kV op. Kankroli-Zerda 400kV D/C NR-WR total WR-SR : Chandrapur HVDC back to back BarsurL.Sileru 200kV HVDC mono pole Kolhapur-Belgaum 220kV D/C Ponda Nagajhari 220kV D/C WR-SR total NER/ER-NR/WR : NER/ER-NR/WR total

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30th Meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Southern Region

ISSUES PERTAINING TO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM PLANNING TAKEN UP DURING 2010-11

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5. 6. 7.

31st Meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Southern Region 1. 2.

Status of Under Construction / Approved Schemes. Madhugiri 400kV S/S with provision of upgrading to 765/400kV in future. Transmission System Associated with the Coastal Energen Pvt Ltd(2x600 MW) and IND Barath Power Ltd (2x660 MW) projects in Tuticorin area of Tamil Nadu. Following System Strengthening Proposals in Southern were discussed: Salem Somanahalli 400kV Quad D/C line. 1x500 MVA 400/220kV Transformer Augmentation at Hosur 400/230 kV S/S Tiruvalam Kolar 400kV D/C Quad D/C line. North Trissur Kozhikode 400kV Quad D/C line Salem Hosur 400kV D/C line Tiruvalam Kolar 400kV D/C Quad D/C line Hosur Electronic City 400kV D/C line Yelahanka 2X500 MVA400/220 kV S/S and Additional ISTS In-feed for Bangalore. Discussions on Inter State Transmission System schemes agreed for providing Long Term Access (LTA)/connectivity to the generation projects in SR. Transmission System for Simhapuri Energy Pvt. Ltd., Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd. , Krishnapatnam Power Corporation Ltd. (Navayuga), Kineta Power Pvt. Ltd., Thermal Powertech Pvt. Ltd., Nelcast Energy Corpn. Ltd., East-Coast Energy Pvt. Ltd., NCC Power Projects Ltd., Alfa Infraprop Pvt. Ltd. , GMR Rajahmundry Energy Ltd., Lanco Kondapalli Power Pvt. Ltd., NSL Power Pvt. Ltd. (Nagapattinam), PEL Power Ltd. (Nagapattinam), IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power Co. Ltd. (Cuddalore) and Sindya Power Generation Co. Pvt. (Nagapattinam) generation projects were discussed

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Status of Under Construction / Approved Schemes. Review of Inter-regional Scheme - Narendra Kolhapur 400kV D/c line with 1000 MW HVDC back-to-back at Kolhapur. Transmission System for Evacuation of Power from Yermarus TPS (2x800 MW) and Edlapur TPS (1x800 MW) of KPCL Transmission System for evacuation of power from Rayalseema TPP Stage IV (1x600 MW) of APGENCO LILO of Ramagundam-Chandrapur 400kV D/C line at Nirmal by APTRANSCO Transmission schemes proposed by KSEB-LILO of existing Kayamkulam Pallom 220kV D/C line of POWERGRID, at Punnapra 220kV S/S. Review of Transmission system for the NLC-TNEB JV project at Tuticorin (NTPL) (2x500 MW)
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Standing Committee meetings on power system planning in Eastern Region was held on 20-09 2010 and 28-12-2010 to resolve the following issues related to transmission system planning: 1.

Eastern Region

Transmission scheme proposed by TNEB Setting up of Karamdai 400/230kV Substation by TNEB 9. Transmission scheme proposed by TNEB For evacuation of power from new wind projects in Udumalpet, Theni and Tirunelveli areas of Tamil Nadu 10. Numbers of 220kV bays with 400/220kV transformers under ISTS 11. Discussions on Inter State Transmission System schemes agreed for providing Long Term Access (LTA)/connectivity to generation projects in SR.Transmission system for Spectrum Power Generation Ltd., Reliance Infrastructure Limited, GVK Gautami Power Ltd., GVK Power (Jegurupadu) Pvt. Ltd, Rajanagaram Gas Power Pvt. Ltd., RVK Energy (Rajahmundry) Pvt. Ltd., Sindya Power Generation Co. Pvt. Ltd., PPN Power Generating Co. Pvt. Ltd., NSL Power Pvt. Ltd. (Nagapattinam), PEL Power Ltd. (Nagapattinam), IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power Co. Ltd. (Cuddalore), Thermal Powertech Pvt. Ltd., Nelcast Energy Corpn. Ltd., East-Coast Energy Pvt. Ltd. and Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd. generation projects were discussed.

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Establishment of New 400 kV sub-station at Jamshedpur of DVC and LILO of one ckt of 400kV Jamshedpur-Baripada D/C line at Jamshedpur S/S (DVC) in lieu of LILO of one ckt. of 400 kV Parulia-Jamshedpur D/C line. Contingency arrangement for start-up power for 2x500MW Durgapur STPP (Andal) of DVC. ATS for Nabinagar-II TPS (3x660 MW). Transmission System for IPP Generation Projects in Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa. Immediate evacuation system for Adhunik, Corporate, Essar and Corporate Phase-I generation projects Common system strengthening for transfer of power from Phase-I generation projects in Jharkhand and West Bengal to NR/WR (Under the scope of PGCIL) Phase-I IPPs in Orissa & ATS. ATS for power evacuation from Phase-I generation projects in Sikkim/Bhutan and Project specific revised dedicated transmission system (under the scope of Generation Project Developers) Revised ATS f or HEPs in Sikkim/ Bhutan (under the scope of PGCIL) Interim Arrangement for evacuation of power from Teesta-III HEP (1200MW) being developed by Teesta Urja Ltd. Cross Border Transmission link between India and Bangladesh Proposal for LILO of one circuit of 765kV Tilaiya UMPP-Balia D/C line at Gaya S/S as part of ATS for Tilaiya UMPP (4000 MW) in Jharkhand. System Reinforcements in ER as a Eastern Regional System Strengthening Scheme: Proposal for a new 400kV Farakka - Subhasgram D/C line with one circuit to be LILOed at Jeerat S/S and Proposal of ERPC for establishment of 400kV Gokarna-Binaguri or Gokarna - Malda Purnea 400 kV D/C. Augmentation of 220/132 kV ICTs at Birpara, Siliguri and Malda S/Ss of PGCIL. Proposal for establishment of 220kV D/C line from 400/220kV Jeypore(PG) S/S in ER to Jagdalpur in South Chattisgarh of WR for alternative supply to Jagdalpur area.
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Northern Region

17. Orisaa UMPP (4000MW) Transmission System 18. Establishment of 400kV Rajarhat-Purnea 400 kV D/c line and 400/220 kV S/S at Rajarhat as system Strengthening in ER. 19. CTU and/or ISTS System for power evacuation from Phase-II IPPs in Sikkim 20. STU System for power evacuation from Phase-II IPPs in Sikkim 21. Transmission System Associated with the Orissa UMPP (5x800MW) and Phase-II IPPs in Orissa. 22. Phase-II IPPs in Orissa 23. Composite Transmission System for transfer of power from Orissa UMPP and Orissa Ph-II IPP Projects to Beneficiaries (under the Scope of POWERGRID) 24. ATS for immediate evacuation of power from Phase-II IPPs in Orissa 25. Splitting of 400kV Kahalgaon STPS bus by NTPC

Augmentation of 400/220 kV transformation capacity at Dehar Generating Switchyard Transmission works in western part of Uttar Pradesh 765 kV S/c Greater Noida Hapur line 400 kV D/C Quad Hapur(765 kV) -Ataur(Gaziabad) )-Indirapuram line 400 kV D/C Quad Gr.Noida (765 kV)-Noida (Sector -148) line 400 kV D/c Quad Hapur(765 kV)-Dasna line Augmentation of 400/220 kV Transformation Capacity at following sub-stations: Nalagarh S/s- 1x315 MVA, 400/220 kV ICT approved in 17th NRPC Meeting Abdullapur S/s- 1x315 MVA, 400/220 kV ICT approved in 18th NRPC Meeting Amritsar S/s (PG)- 1x315 MVA, 400/220 kV ICT approved in 18th NRPC Meeting 4. Providing 2 Nos. of 220 kV Line bays to Railways at 400/220 kV,Allahabad (PG) S/s. 5. Pre-ponement of section of 400 kV Parbati-II-Koldam 2xS/c lines(5-6 KM) for Parbati-III HEP evacuation. 6. Termination of 400 kV Parichha TPS-Orai-Maipuri (UPPTCL)D/c line at 400 kV, Mainpuri (PG) S/s as interim arrangement. 7. Additional Transmission System associated with Meja TPS: Meja- Allahabad (PG) 400kV D/c line (to be constructed by PGCIL) 8. Transmission system development in Himachal Pradesh Evacuation from Parbati Valley Providing 2 Nos. of 220 kV Line bays at Chamera Pooling station(PG) for feeding Karian S/s of HPPTCL Evacuation of Sainj HEP (100 MW) Evacuation of power from HEP in Chanderbhaga basin Evacuation of power from HEP in Satluj Basin (Spiti valley) 9. Associated Transmission system for Singrauli-III TPS (500 MW) 10. 400 kV, Anta(RRVNL)-Kota(PG) S/c Line by RRVNL 11. 400 kV, Srinagar-Tehri Pooling Station D/c (Quad) Line by Powergrid 12. Provision of 1x80 MVAR, Bus reactor at Rihand Generation Switchyard
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13. Associated Transmission system for RAPP-7&8 (2x700 MW) 14. NRSS-XXV to NRSS-XXVIII transmission schemes to be implemented by Powergrid 15. Delinking of Northern region transmission elements of North Karanpura Transmission system from commissioning of North Karanpura Generation Project. 16. Delinking of Patiala-Ludhiana 400kV D/c and LILO of Patiala Hissar 400kV line at Kaithal from commissioning of Rampur HEP 17. System strengthening in NR for evacuation of power from IPP projects in Jharkhand & West Bengal 18. System strengthening in NR for evacuation of power from Orissa UMPP (4000MW)

30th meeting of the Standing Committee on Power System Planning in Western Region held on 8th July, 2010 at New Delhi. 1. 2. 3. 5. 4.

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16. 17. 18.

Review of Progress on Earlier Agreed Transmission Schemes Transmission system associated with New IPP projects in Chhattishgarh. Transmission system associated with 1320 MW (2X660 MW) Solapur STPP and 1320 MW (2X660 MW) Mauda STPP-II. Evacuation of Power from LANCO Amarkantak TPS 2X300 MW, Pathadi generation project in Chattishgarh. Provision of 400/220 kV substation to Union territory of DNH (Dadar and Nagar Haveli) and Daman & Diu. Proposal of MPPTCL for LILO of 400 KV Birsinghpur - Damoh (PGCIL) Bhopal 400 KV line at Sagar Proposal of MSETCL for Koradi-II Wardha (PG) 400 kV D/C line with quad conductor. Establishment of 765/400kV GIS substations at Pune and Vadodra. MSETCL proposal of connectivity of 400 kV Sholapur (MSETCL) with South Solapur (PG) under Central sector. GETCO proposal of sparing additional 2 nos. of 220 kV line bays at 400/220 kV Bhachau (Bhimsar, PGCIL) substation for full evacuation of power from 1st unit of 800 MW at Mundra UMPP. Setting up of On Line High Power Short Circuit Test Facility in India. Proposal of MPPTCL for construction of 220 kV D/c line between Shujalpur (400/220 kV) substation of Powergrid and Badod 220 substation of MPPTCL under Western Region System Strengthening Scheme. MSETCL proposal of connecting Intra- state 400 kV substations with the Regional Grid 400 kV substation. Preliminary information on evacuation arrangements of 4000 MW (6X660) Chhattisgarh UMPP. Proposal of UT of DNH for Installation of 3rd 315 MVA, 400/220 kV transformer at Vapi (PGCIL) substation. Transmission System Associated with Cheyyur UMPP in Tamil Nadu 4000 MW. Transmission System for Tillaiyya (4000 MW) UMPP Proposal of Goa for Installation of 3rd 315 MVA, 400/220 kV transformer at Mapusa (PGCIL) substation.
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19. Termination of Akola(MSETCL) Aurangabad (MSETCL) 400 kV D/C line under System Strengthening in WR for Mundra UMPP. 20. Transmission System for IPPs located in Orissa 21. Agenda proposed by GETCO: Utilization of GETCO network Zerda (Kansari) Kankroli InterRegional link between WR and NR. 22. Agenda proposed by CSPTCL for alternative supply to Jagdalpur (South Chattisgarh) area 23. Open Access Applications pertaining to New Generation Projects in Southern Region with target beneficiaries in Western/Northern/Southern Region. 24. Transmission system of Vindhyachal-IV & Rihand-III gen. projects. 25. Evacuation arrangement for M/s Ideal Energy (2x135 MW+2x135 MW), M/s Power Maharashtra Ltd (3x660 MW + 2x660 MW).

4. 5.

6. 7.

8. 9. 10.

13.

11. 12.

14. 15.

Transmission system associated with 1400 MW (2X700 MW) Kakrapar Atomic Power Project Unit 3 & 4 (2x700MW). Transmission system associated with 4000 MW (6X660) Chhattisgarh UMPP Transmission system of Mauda Stage-II (1320 MW) and Bus Splitting arrangement at 400kV Wardha(PG) S/S Transmission System Associated with the Orissa UMPP (5x800MW) and Phase-II IPPs in Orissa. Connectivity and Long Term Open Access Applications pertaining to new IPP Generation Projects in Nagapattinam / Cuddalore and Vemagiri area of Southern Region with target beneficiaries in Western/Northern/Southern Region. Transmission System for Tilaiyya (4000 MW) UMPP Review of 765kV Aurangabad - Padghe transmission corridor as a part of IPPs generation projects in Chhattisgarh. Evacuation of power from generation projects coming up in Sikkim and Bhutan. Proposals of GETCO for interconnection of STU and CTU network in Gujarat Proposal of MPPTCL for interconnection of Pithampur (MPPTCL) 400 kV substation with Indore (PG) 765/400 kV substation Termination of Aurangabad Khargar 400 kV line at Boisar in place of Khargar Interconnection between Aurangabad(PG) Aurangabad (MSETCL) 400 kV D/C (quad) line under System Strengthening in WR for Mundra UMPP Implementation of 400 kV bays at Bhopal (MPPTCL) 400 kV substation by MPPTCL and Dhule (MSETCL) 400 kV substation by MSETCL for termination of 400 kV D/C quad line from Bhopal 765/400 kV and Dhule (IPTC) 765/400 kV substation respectively. Establishment of 765/400kV GIS substation at Vadodra. Long Term Open Access for Rupin HEP (45 MW) in Northern Region

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Sl. No. 1 Name of the transmission lines 2 I. 765 KV LINES II. 500 kV HVDC LINES III. 400 KV LINES 1 2 3 4 Barh-Balia (Quad) Bahadurgarh-Sonepat line (Triple Cond.) Raigarh - Raipur Maithon RB - Maithon (PG) Kanpur - Ballabgarh PGCIL D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

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No. Executing Line Stringing Stringing Month of of Agency length Comptd. during Completion ckts (CKM) upto 2010-11 Mar-10 (CKM) (CKM) 3 4 5 6 7 8 NIL NIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL 488 104 440 743 528 327 457 290 94 38 10 5 62 486 370 300 353 164 448 234 46 0 0 0 54 54 2 Jun-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Oct-10 Jul-10

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50 70 443 175 163 56 48 38 10 5 9 8

7 8 10 11 12 13 9

Gorakhpur - Lucknow Meerut -Kaithal (Q) (HSIL) Birsinghpur (MPGENCO) Damoh Ranchi-Rourkela Pirana-Dehgam Durgapur-Jamshedpur Part line for LILO at Andal (to facilitae start up power at Durgapur STPS) Parli (MSETCL) Parli (PG) Koteshwar -Tehri Pooling Point

Mar-11
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14 15 16 17

Chamera Pooling Station Chamera-II HEP (Part-I) Abdullapur - Sonepat Bhadravati(PG)-Parli(PG) LILO of Bina - Nagda at Sujalpur

D/C D/C D/C

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

291 768 44

310

1 2

DVC

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES DURING THE YEAR LILO of Durgapur-JamshedD/C pur (PG) at Durgapur STPS LILO of Maithon-Ranchi (PG) at Raghunathpur D/C DVC DVC

4690 7 21 28 0 0

1851 7 21 28 Jan-11 Mar-11

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES DURING THE YEAR State Sector Total CKM OF 400 kV LINES (CS) LILO of Ramagundam Ghanapur at Malkaram D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

4718 52 136 15 13 90 68 68 52 0 7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
164

Bhusaval - II - existing Khadka Hissar - Kirori Hissar - Fatehbad

KothagudamTPS - Khammam

APTRANSCO APTRANSCO MSETCL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL

0 136 8 1 68 68 8

Apr-10 Mar-11 Apr-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Feb-11 Jan-11

12 82 0 0

Jhajjar - Daultabad (1st ckt.) D/C Jhajjar - Daultabad (2nd ckt.)

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8 9

Chhabra-Hindaun Rajwest- Jodhpur

RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL MSETCL GETCO GETCO DTL

10 Rajwest- Barmer (1st ckt) 12 Jaisalmer- Barmer 14 16 11 Dahra(Kota)-Bhilwara 13 Jodhpur - Merta (2nd Ckt) 15 Rajwest- Barmer (2nd ckt) 17 Dabhol-Nagothane Ckt.-II 18 Versana-Hadala 20 19 Mundra(Adani) -Versana LILO Farakka-Subhasgram S/C at Sagardighi Private Sector LILO of Bamnauli Bawana at Mundka KTPS-Kota(PG) (to be charged at 220 kV)

May-10 May-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Feb-11 Jun-10 Jan-11 Oct-10

Apr-10

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

223 168 0

Nov-10 Nov-10 Feb-11

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAR Sugen - Jhanor Jaigad - New Koyna (ckt 1) Jaigad - New Koyna (ckt 2) Jhajjar - Mundka (1st ckt ) Jhajjar - Mundka (2nd ckt ) Jhanor-Pirana via Pirana TPL LILO of Solapur -Karad at Solapur(PGCIL) D/C S/C S/C S/C D/C S/C Torrent Power JSW Energy JSW Energy APCPL APCPL Reliance Power

WBSTCL

2308 160 55 55 62 230 284 70 160 54 0 0 0 0 0

840 0 55 62 230 284 70 1 Jul-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Sep-10 Jul-10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

D/C on Torrent Power M/C

Feb-11
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No. of ckts D/C

LILO of Rourkela- Raigarh at Sterlite TPP

Executing Line Stringing Agency length Comptd. (CKM) upto Mar-10 (CKM) Sterlite TPP 54 0 970

Stringing during 2010-11 (CKM) 54 756

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TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (PS) DURING THE YEAR TOTAL CKM OF 400 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) IV. 220 KV LINES PGCIL Vapi -Khadoli (UT of DNH) D/C PGCIL

Feb-11

7996 62 62 44

1 2 3 4

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES DURING THE YEAR 1 2 3 4 5


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TOTAL CKM OF 220 kV LINES (PGCIL) DVC Kalyaneshwari - Pithakari D/C LILO of KalyaneshwariChandrapuraTPS at 2xD/C Dhanbad Loop in of both ckts of Chandrapura TPS-MTPS at D/C Kalyaneshwari -ckt I Loop out of both ckts of Chandrapura TPS-MTPS at D/C Kalyaneshwari- ckt II State Sector Cheeka-Durala Bastra- Kaul Pehowa-Kaul line

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES DURING THE YEAR

18

Sep-10

DVC DVC DVC DVC

16 8

16 0

0 8 18 18

Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11

Jul-10

90 92 206 100 90 33 104 27

72 74

LILO of PTPS -Safidon line at Bastara YTPP(DCRTPP) -Nilokheri

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL

100 0 0 97 0

0 90 33 27 7

May-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Oct-10

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No. of ckts D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

Executing Agency HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL RRVPNL RRVPNL

Line length (CKM) 6

28 69 111 97 81 6 55

Stringing Stringing Month of Comptd. during Completion 2010-11 upto Mar-10 (CKM) (CKM) 6 0 Nov-10 0 0 103 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 47 28 0 28 69 55 8 Nov-10 Feb-11 Feb-11

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Mohana-Smalkha line Nalagarh-Mohali -I (length 10 of line corrected as per actual) Mansa- HPCL Mittal Energy 11 Ltd (Deposit Work) 12 GHTP-Himatpura D/C LILO of one circuit of 13 GGSSTP Mohali-I at Kharar LILO of one ckt of Verpal14 Palli at Taran Taran 15 Mohali-Rajpura 16 17 18

May-10 May-10 Jul-10 Jul-10 Jul-10

53

97 27 6

13 13 2 38 48 10 9 4 47 77

13 13 0 38 48 36 9 4 0 49

LILO of Malerkotla Lalton Kalan S/C at Pakhowal LILO of one ckt. of MogaMukatsar DC at Sadiq

Oct-10 Oct-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 May-10 Jun-10 Sep-10 Sep-10


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LILO of Bhatinda -Mukatsar line at Malout LILO of Lalton Kalan-Hum19 bran at Ferozpur Road Ludhiana LILO of Bassi-Phulera at 20 GSS Bagru 21 22

Hindaun (400 kV)-ManS/C RRVPNL dawar LILO of both ckts of 23 Amarsagar - Barmer at Akai 2xD/C RRVPNL (Jaisalmer)
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24 25

26 Bhinmal(PG) -Sanchore (RVPN) 27 Barsinghsar TPS-Phalodi 28 LILO one ckt Bassi-Heerapura at Jagatpura Pindwara GSS- M/S J.K. laxmi cement

LILO of Hissar Khetri at Chirawa

LILO of Bikaner-Nagaur line at GSS Nokha

RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL DTL

38 123 18 64 88 20 5 5 87 56 192 65 20 5 6 50 3 3 67

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86 22 0 0 18 20 0 2 0 0

38 123 18 64 88 20 5 5 3 1 34 192 47 0 5 4 50 3 67

Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jun-10

29 Dhorimana - Sanchore (jalore) 30 Neemrana-Kotputli 32 33 34

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C S/C

35 LILO of Kankroli-sirohi at Bali 36 Metore(Meerut) (PG)-Gajraula 37 39 41 43


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LILO of Badarpur- Alwar at GSS MIA Alwar LILO of Moradabad-NAPP at Sambhal

LILO of Chittorgarh-Nimbahera at GSS sawa

38 Muzaffarnagar-Shamli 40 Roza - Badaun

LILO of Agra(400)-Ferozabad at Shamshabad LILO of Saharanpur-Shamli at Nanauta LILO of Mainpuri (PG)-Harduaganj Line at Etah

Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Jan-11

42 Nanauta - Muzaffarnagar 44 Ridge Valley - Naraina

Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10

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45 46 47

LILO of Mehrauli - Bamnauli at DIAL (2x2x6kM)

LILO of Bawana-Narela at Khanjawla(2xD/C)(1st ckt)

DTL DTL DTL

Line Stringing Stringing Month of length Comptd. during Completion (CKM) 2010-11 upto Mar-10 (CKM) (CKM) 24 7 19 54 71 24 24 35 214 39 1 7 0 6 0 35 4 0 1 133 0 0 0 0 0 53 152 204 168 14 0 0 1 24 1 19 53 36 20 24 34 81 39 118 71 30 33 3 1 1 2 8 1 7 Sep-10 Feb-11 Mar-11 Jan-11 Jan-11

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48 Kashipur - Barheni

U/G of Maharani Bagh(PG)Masjid Moth

49 Barheni - Pantnagar

PTCUL HPSEBL HPSEBL HPSEBL PTCUL

50 Kangoo-Rauri (1st Ckt ) 52

51 Kangoo-Rauri (2nd Ckt)

53 Khodri-Majri (2nd circuit) 54 Versana- Morbi 55 56 58 60 62 LILO of Kasor- Vertej at Botad

Reru Majra (PGCIL)-Uperla Nangal (Nalagarh)

Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Apr-10 Jun-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Jul-10

Feb-11

S/C on D/C HPSEBL D/C GETCO D/C D/C M/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL GETCO

57 Viramgam- Salejada 59 Tappar-Varsana line

LILO of Kansari- Tharad at Lakhani

LILO of Viramgam- Salejada at Bhat LILO Wanakbori-Ranasan Ckt II at Kapadvanj LILO of Gwalior-Malanpur at Gwalior 400 kV (PG) LILO of one ckt of SatpuraItarsi at Handia

118 71 30 86 153 205 170 17 8

Nov-10 Nov-10 Apr-10 Apr-10 Apr-10 Apr-10


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61 Utran - Kosamba Line-I 63 Jabalpur-Narsinghpur 64 Chegaon-Nimrani 65

D/C

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66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84
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LILO of Indore- Ujjain at Indore II S/S Maheshwar - Nimrani Astha- Bercha Chhindwara-Betul

LILO of Barwaha- Khandwa at Chhegaon new S/S

MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL

Executing Line Stringing Stringing Month of Agency length Comptd. during Completion (CKM) upto 2010-11 Mar-10 (CKM) (CKM) 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 116 116 0 0 0 0 0 14 45 38 0 0 4 2 50 0 8 35 116 40 42 1 7 Apr-10 Apr-10

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54 266 8 35 332 156 144 1 46 22 44 19 50 42 5 42 50

47 266

May-10 May-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jul-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Feb-11 Feb-11 Sep-10 Jun-10 Feb-11 Jul-10

LILO of Satna-Bansagar At Kotar

LILO Amarkantak-Birsinghpur at Sukha (PG) 2xD/C Satna-Chhatarpur Dewas - Astha

LILO of Khandwa - Nepanagar at Chhegaon new S/S

LILO of One Ckt.of BhopalBina at Vidisha LILO of Theur- Magarpatta at M/s Serum Institute LILO of Karad-Miraj at Kadegaon Rajgoli to Halkarni S/S

S/C on D/C MPPTCL

LILO of Chandrapur- Warora at Wani

MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL CSPTCL CSPTCL

144 46 22 30 19 5 4 5

LILO of 2nd ckt KolhapurPhonda at Halkarni Khedamara- Bemtra LILO of Raipur(PG)- Suhela (Bhatapara) at Doma

LILO of Pusad Girwali (ckt-1) at Hingoli

S/C on D/C MSETCL

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85 NSPCL-BSP MSDS-5 86 87 88 90 91 93

Oglapur 400kV S/S-Nagaram

LILO of Korba-Siltara at Mopka LILO of Tadikonda- Ongole at Parchur LILO of Narnoor -Wanaparthy at Brahmanakotkur

CSPTCL CSPTCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO

Mar-11 Apr-10 Sep-10 Jun-10

89 Veltoor- Wanaparthy

92 Brahmanakotkur- Malyala 94 Dhone - Kambalapadu 96 97 98 99 KambalapaduLakkasagaram

LILO of HIAL-Gachibowli line at Sivarampalli Kalpaka S/S - Ms. Brandix (part line)

Nov-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10 Jun-10 Feb-11

95 Krishnagiri - Settipally LILO from Gooty- Alipura at Regulapadu LILO of VTS- Narketpally at Chilakallu

S/C on D/C APTRANSCO S/C on D/C APTRANSCO S/C on D/C APTRANSCO D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO Tantransco

LILO of Pulakurthy- Ramppa at Nagaram sw.station

22 3 5 80 5

22 3 5 80 5

LILO of Medchal- Minpur at Gajwel LILO of Pulakurthy 101 Ramppa at salivgu 100 102 Elephant Gate- Tondiarpet
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103 Valuthur - Paramakudi S/C on D/C 104 Gobi -Mettur TPS 105 106 107 108 109 110 S.P.Koil-Tharamani (PerambakkamTharamani portion) Othakalmandapam-Common point -Ponnapuram LILO of S.P.Koil -Tharamani line at KITS Park SS

S/C on Tantransco D/C Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL Puduchurry Ele. Dept. KSEB

Tantransco

LILO of NCTPS- Mosur at NCTPS Stage II (for startup power) LILO of Mysore - Shimoga line at Hassan(Shanthigrama)

Sriperumbadur SIPCOT- Sunguvarchatram 400 kV S/S

112 Narendra S/S- MK Hubli S/S 113 114 varahi-Shimoga 115 Peenya-NRS

111 Narendra 400 kV S/S- Ghataprabha LILO of Hootagalli-TK Hali -Vajamangala

116 Anand rao Circle-Nimhas-HAL 117 Narendra-KIDAB 119 118 Basthipura-Kushalanagara

120
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Areacode(PGCIL)400kV S/S- Areacode S/S LILO of Villlianur-Bahour at Ramnathpuram

29

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Annexure 3C Sl. No. Name of the transmission lines No. of ckts D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C Executing Agency Line Stringing length Comptd. (CKM) upto Mar-10 (CKM) 2 0 0 0 0 113 0 Stringing during 2010-11 (CKM) 2 15 304 170 3973 113 76 Month of Completion

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121 122 123 125

LILO of Jeerut-Kasba line at New Town AA-III

124 Kuchei-Balasore(Ckt-II) 126 Misa - Byrnihat Narendrapur-Mendhasal (Ckt-II)

Begusarai-Muzaffapur (Kanti) (MTPS) Line

LILO of Hazipur-Muzaffapur (Kanti) at Muzaffapur(PG)

WBSETCL BSEB OPTCL OPTCL MeSEB BSEB

Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Jan-11

15 304 170 6539 6539 9 349 358 15161 7165 226 76

TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAR Total CKM OF 220 kV LINES (SS ) Private Sector

D/C

Aug-10

1 2

Sterlite TPP - Sterlite captive plant D/C Total CKM OF 220 kV LINES (PS ) Allain Duhangan-PanarsaNalagarh D/C

D/C D/C

Sterlite AD Hydro

0 258

9 91

Aug-10 Sep-10

TOTAL CKM OF 220 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) Total ALL INDIA (400+220 kV)

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1 2 1.400 kV (Sub-station) PGCIL 1 Sonepat (1st Transf) 2 Maharanibagh GIS Extn(1st Trf) 3 Pune 4 Bina 5 Sonepat (2nd Transf) 6 Maharanibagh GIS Extn(2nd) 7 Pirana(1st Tranf) 8 Muvattapuzha s/s (1st Transf) $ 9 Wagoora S/Stn. 4th ICT(3x105) 10 Malerkotla Extn. 11 Pirana (2nd Transf) 12 Gwalior Extn. Total PGCIL DVC TOTAL (Central Sector) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 174

Sl. No.

Name of the Sub-station

SUB-STATIONS COMMISSIONED/ DURING 2010-11


Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 Executing Agency 4 Capacity (MW/MVA) 5

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400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

State Sector

315 500 630 315 315 500 315 315 315 500 315 315 4650 0 4650 630 315 630 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 630 315 315 315 500 315 315 315 315

Sep-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11

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Kirori Kirori (3rd Trans.) Daultabad Daultabad (3rd Trans.) Hindaun S/S (1x315) Bhilwara S/S (1x315) Barmer S/S (1x315) Akai (Jaisalmer) Akai (Jaisalmer) (2nd Trf.) Mundka (1st Trf.) Mundka (2nd Trf.) Bawana (2x315) Katni Indore Chakan (2nd ICT) Kalwa(3x167) Varsana (2x315 MVA) Kosamba Talaguppa (3rd) Mahaboobnagar (2nd Trans.)

400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

APTRANSCO

HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL DTL DTL DTL MPPTCL MPPTCL MSETCL MSETCL GETCO GETCO KPTCL

Apr-10 May-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Sep-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 May-10 Feb-11 Jun-10 Jan-11 Nov-10 Mar-11 Dec-10 May-10

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Sl. No. 1 21 22 23 24 Name of the Sub-station 2 Chittoor (2nd Trans.) Malkaram(1st Trf.) Malkaram(2nd Trf.) Mahaboobnagar (3rd Trans.) TOTAL (State Sector) Private Sector Pirana (2x315 MVA) TOTAL (Private Sector) TOTAL(All India) PGCIL Pithoragarh (1st ) Pithoragarh (2nd) Baripada Total PGCIL DVC Barjora S/S (2x150) Total DVC TOTAL (Central Sector) Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 Executing Agency 4 APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO Capacity (MW/MVA) 5 315 315 315 315 Month of completion 6 May-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Aug-10

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8690 630 630 13970 100 100 160 360 300 300 660 100 200 100 100 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50

400/132

Torrent Power Ltd

Mar-11

II. 220 kV (Sub-station) 1 2 3 1

220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL DVC

Aug-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Jun-10

1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 *# *# *# 13 14 15 16 17 4

State Sector

Kirori(1st Trans.) Bastra Kirori(2nd Trans.) Rewari (Aug.) (100-50) Jind (Aug.) Smalkha (2x100) Sampla Bagru Boranada I/A Nokha Chirawa (1x100)

220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132

HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL HVPNL

May-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 Mar-11 May-10 Jun-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 175 Oct-10

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Jaipur( Indira Gandhi Nagar) GSS(1x100)

MIA (up-grade) Sawa (upgrade) Dholpur (100-50) Reengus (Sikar) (100-50) Phalodi (Jodhpur) (100-50)

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Sl. No. *# *# *# *# *# 1 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

Name of the Sub-station 2 Dhorimana (Barmer) (Aug.) Mandawar (Dausa) (Aug.) Bhilwara (Aug.) Banswara (Aug.) Bharatpur) (Aug.) Modak (Kota) (100-50) Balotra (Barmer) (100-50) Phulera (Jaipur) (100-50) Kishangarh (Ajmer) (Aug.) Hindaun (Karauli) (Aug.) Gulabpura (Bhilwara) (Aug.) Kankroli (Rajsamand) (Aug.) Amarsagar (Jaisalmer) (Aug.) Kukas (Jaipur) (Aug.) Chirawa (Jhunjhnu)(Aug.) Dhod (Sikar)(Aug.) Sambhal, Muradabad Gajraula Dadri Etah Nanauta (160+100) Naubasta (160-100) Sahupuri (160-100) Badaun(160-100) Shatabdinagar(160-100) Panki (160-100) Jahangirabad (160-100) Azamgarh (160-100) Atrauli (160-100) Deirua (100) Sahupuri (160-100) Loni (150-100) Hardoi Road, Lucknow (160-100) Khurja (160-100) Gonda (160-100) Sikandra, Agra (60) Badaun (150-100) Shamshabad Road, Agra Gorakhpur II Pong (Aug) (40-20 ) Jassure S/S 1x25 MVA Uperla Nangal (Nalagarh)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/33 220/66

Executing Agency 4 RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL HPSEBL HPSEBL HPSEBL

Capacity (MW/MVA) 5 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 100 160 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 60 50 60 60 60 60 50 320 160 20 25 200

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6 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jun-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11

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* *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# *# * * * * 176

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Sl. No. * 1 60 61 62 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Name of the Sub-station 2 Amloh Road Mandi Govind Garh Himatpura Verpal Aug.(100-50) Civil Lines ASR Sunam Pakhowal (new) (1x100 MVA) F P Nabha (1x100) Sahnewal (3rd Trf.) Kohara (Aug) (1x100 MVA) Algun Jhuneer Ghubaya (Addi.) Baja Khana (Addi.) Malerkotla (Addi.) Malout (New) Kartarpur Botianwala Ridge Valley DIAL Vasant Kunj (3rd) Shalimar Bagh (3rd) Masjid-Moth (Sirifort) Mundka ( 1st Trf.) Lakhani(Agathala)(1st Trf.) Botad Bhat (Bavla) Lakhani(Agathala) (2nd Trf.) Kangasiyalli Bhat (Bavla) (2nd Trf.) Botad (2nd Trf.) Jambuva (Aug.) Chhatral (Aug.) Kapadwanj (Aug.) Anjar (Aug.) Mehsana (Aug.) Doma Main step down GIS sub-station (MSDS)-5 Paraswani (Mahassamund) (addti.) Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/33 220/33 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 Executing Agency 4 PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL DTL DTL DTL DTL DTL DTL GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO CSPTCL CSPTCL CSPTCL Capacity (MW/MVA) 5 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 320 320 160 100 200 160 100 50 100 100 100 100 150 50 50 50 100 50 160 320 160 Month of completion 6 Jun-10 Jul-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Apr-10 Apr-10 May-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10 Mar-11 Mar-11

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* * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * #

100

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Sl. No. Name of the Sub-station 2 Mopka (addti) Chhatarpur Chhegaon Astha Kotar Betul Vidisha Wani (2x50) Chakan Shendra Temghar Hingoli Hingoli(2x25) Chakan (2x50) Talegoan (2x50) Kadegaon(Wani) Parchur Salivagu Brahmanakotkur (2x25) Malyala (4x31.5) Brandix (2x100) Regulapadu Thudiyalur (Addl.Trans.) KITS Park Basin Bridge (Addl.Trans.) Amuthapuram(Addl.Trf.) Kodikurichi(Addl.Trf.) Hosur(Addl.Trf.) Alagarkoil(Addl.Trf.) Kundra (2nd Trans.) Pothencode(3rd Trf.) MK Hubli Ghataprabha (1st Trf.) A' Station compound (Anand Rao circle) Ramanagar(Kothipura) Nimhans Vajamangala East Division Compound Ghataprabha (2nd Trans.) Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/22 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/11 220/11 220/11 220/132 220/11 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/33 230/110 230/110 230/110 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/110 220/66 Executing Agency 4 CSPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco KSEB KSEB KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL Capacity (MW/MVA) 5 160 160 160 100 160 160 160 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 25 31.5 200 25 80 80 100 50 100 100 100 200 200 100 100 150 100 300 150 300 100 Month of completion 6 Mar-11 Apr-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Jul-10 Aug-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Jan-11 Jan-11 Mar-11 Nov-10 Mar-11 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Mar-11

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* * * *

* $ $ * * * * * *

1 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139

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1 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 Sl. No. 2 Kushalanagara Bolangir(2x100) Bolangir (2nd Trf.) Subhasgram Singur(2x160) Subhasgram(2nd) Singur(2x160) Kolkata Leather Complex Asansol (Aug. ) Khagaul (Patna) (Aug.) Bodhgaya (Aug.) Bidanasi Byrnihat(2x160) TOTAL (State Sector) JV/Private Sector TOTAL (All India) Total (All India)(440 +200kV) Name of the Sub-station Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 3 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220 220 4 KPTCL OPTCL OPTCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL BSEB BSEB OPTCL MeSEB Executing Agency Capacity (MW/MVA) 5 100 100 100 160 160 160 160 160 100 100 150 40 320 17027 0 17687 31657 Month of completion 6 Mar-11 Aug-10 Mar-11 Aug-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Aug-10

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* *

Note:#- Commissioning of these transformation capacity was reported by the concerned transmission uitilities in March' 11, though it was commissioned earlier in 2010-11. transformation capacity addition ( in MVA) has been included in March'11 for these sub-stations. Legend * Outside programme $ Ready for commissioning S/C Single circuit D/C Double circuit Slippage Circuit kilometer Loop in Loop out Thermal Power station MVA Mega Volt Ampere MW Mega Watt S ckm LILO TPS ckt S/S kV Aug Addl. Circuit Substation Kilo-volt Augmentation Additional

M/C Multi circuit S/C Single circuit on double on D/C circuit towers VI. 132 kV (Sub-station)

TOTAL (State Sector)

132

NIL

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Power Supply Position for 2010-11


State / System / Region Requirement ( MU ) 1,519 25,625 34,552 7,626 13,571 44,484 45,261 76,292 9,850 258,780 10,340 71,651 48,437 128,296 2,181 4,429 3,154 268,488 78,970 50,474 18,023 80,314 2,123 25 229,904 12,384 16,590 6,195 22,506 36,481 402 240 94,558 511 5,403 568 1,545 369 583 882 9,861 861,591 Energy April, 2010 - March, 2011 Surplus / Deficit Availability (-) ( MU ) ( MU ) (%) 1,519 0 0 25,559 -66 -0.3 32,626 -1,926 -5.6 7,364 -262 -3.4 10,181 -3,390 -25.0 41,799 -2,685 -6.0 44,836 -425 -0.9 64,846 -11,446 -15.0 9,255 -595 -6.0 237,985 -20,795 -8.0 10,165 -175 -1.7 67,534 -4,117 -5.7 38,644 -9,793 -20.2 107,018 -21,278 -16.6 1,997 -184 -8.4 4,424 -5 -0.1 3,089 -65 -2.1 232,871 -35,617 -13.3 76,450 -2,520 -3.2 46,624 -3,850 -7.6 17,767 -256 -1.4 75,101 -5,213 -6.5 2,039 -84 -4.0 25 0 0 217,981 -11,923 -5.2 10,772 -1,612 -13.0 15,071 -1,519 -9.2 5,985 -210 -3.4 22,449 -57 -0.3 35,847 -634 -1.7 402 0 0.0 180 -60 -25 90,526 -4,032 -4.3 436 -75 -14.7 5,063 -340 -6.3 505 -63 -11.1 1,352 -193 -12.5 315 -54 -14.6 520 -63 -10.8 801 -81 -9.2 8,992 -869 -8.8 788,355 -73,236 -8.5

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# Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands are stand- alone systems, power supply position of these,does not form part of regional requirement and availability

Chandigarh Delhi Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Punjab Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand Northern Region Chattisgarh Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Daman & Diu Dadar Nagar Haveli Goa Western Region Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Pondicherry Lakshadweep Southern Region Bihar DVC Jharkhand Orissa West Bengal Sikkim Andaman- Nicobar Eastern Region Arunachal Pradesh Assam Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Tripura North-Eastern Region All India

Peak April, 2010 - March, 2011 Peak Peak Surplus / Deficit Demand Met (-) ( MW ) ( MW ) ( MW ) (%) 301 301 0 0 4,810 4,739 -71 -1.5 6,142 5,574 -568 -9.2 1,278 1,187 -91 -7.1 2,369 1,571 -798 -33.7 9,399 7,938 -1,461 -15.5 7,729 7,442 -287 -3.7 11,082 10,672 -410 -3.7 1,520 1,520 0 0.0 37,431 34,101 -3,330 -8.9 3,148 2,838 -310 -9.8 10,786 9,947 -839 -7.8 8,864 8,093 -771 -8.7 19,766 16,192 -3,574 -18.1 353 328 -25 -7.1 594 594 0 0.0 544 467 -77 -14.2 40,798 34,819 -5,979 -14.7 12,630 11,829 -801 -6.3 8,430 7,815 -615 -7.3 3,295 3,103 -192 -5.8 11,728 10,436 -1,292 -11.0 319 302 -17 -5.3 7 7 0 0 33,256 31,121 -2,135 -6.4 2,140 1,659 -481 -22.5 2,059 2,046 -13 -0.6 1,108 1,052 -56 -5.1 3,872 3,792 -80 -2.1 6,162 6,112 -50 -0.8 106 104 -2 -1.9 40 32 -8 -20 13,767 13,085 -682 -5.0 101 85 -16 -15.8 971 937 -34 -3.5 118 115 -3 -2.5 294 284 -10 -3.4 76 70 -6 -7.9 118 110 -8 -6.8 220 197 -23 -10.5 1,913 1,560 -353 -18.5 122,287 110,256 -12,031 -9.8

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State / U.T /System

Installed as on 31.03.2010 (A)

Status of Capacitor Installation As on 31.03.2011


Addl. Requirement during 2010-11 (B)

(All figures in MVAR)

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Actual Addition upto 31.03.2011 (C)

Balance (D=B-C) * ** ** *** NA *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** 72.000 543.000 833.580 90.000 908.000 710.230 1882.000 229.000 6457.810 382.180 0.000 15.800 0.000 0.000 397.980 55.000 67.500 15.000 101.000 238.500 7094.29

Northern Region
Chandigarh Delhi Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Punjab Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand Total (NR) Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Maharashtra Goa Total (WR) Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Total (SR) Total

Western Region

102.000 3556.000 3676.000 724.420 147.000 7567.000 3881.740 5812.000 233.000 25699.160 4642.384 5845.800 1166.800 5851.314 140.200 17646.498 6593.400 4543.260 1005.000 3947.500 16089.160 59434.818

72.000 569.000 1135.000 90.000 1190.000 1266.000 1039.000 1922.000 249.000 7532.000 390.000 0.000 32.000 215.000 0.000 637.000 55.000 98.200 15.000 101.000 269.200 7801.200 #

0.000 26.000 301.420 0.000 358.000 328.770 40.000 20.000 1074.190 7.820 58.800 16.200 338.885 0.000 421.705 0.000 30.700 0.000 0.000 30.700 1526.595

Southern Region

NA denotes that the information is not available with NRPC as the same has not been submitted by the SLDC concerned to the RPC. In addition to the above, BBMB has also installed capacitors of 377 MVARs. The break up of total capacitors installed by BBMB upto 31.3.2010 in its substations is as follows - Haryana : 195 MVAR, Punjab : 137 MVAR, Delhi : 20 MVAR and Chandigarh : 25 MVAR. No new capacitors are being added in BBMB system. * Status updated till August, 2010. ** Status as on 31st December, 2010. *** Status as on 28th February, 2011. # Intimated by SRPC that KPTCL has informed this in the 15th SRPC meeting.

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PFRs under 50 000 MW Hydroelectric Initiative


(Low Tariff PFR Schemes)
Installed Capacity Units x Total Size (MW) (MW) 10 x 260.00 12 x 250.00 4 x 250.00 4 x 175.00 4 x 125.00 16 x 250.00 8 x 140.00 4 x 200.00 4 x 175.00 4 x 250.00 3 x 100.00 5 x 120.00 4 x 125.00 4 x 30.00 2 x 50.00 4 x 40.00 5 x 120.00 4 x 250.00 2600 1000 3000 1000 700 500 4000 1120 800 700 100 300 600 120 21800 500 160 600 Scheme State Estima-ted Cost (GWh) 6637.67 3016.96 7792.29 3492.99 2608.60 2072.78 14069.14 3372.45 9539.40 3498.55 3526.28 4399.89 371.52 891.04 443.98 463.52 1698.35

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Tariff: Below Rs.2.50


Annul Energy (GWh) Tariff (Rs/ kWh) 1.01 1.18 1.28 1.46 1.48 1.62 1.67 1.70 1.74 1.85 1.97 2.02 2.08 2.14 2.23 2.24 2.29 2.32 2.35

Arunachal Pradesh
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 11 9 Kalai Naying Oju-II Hutong Tato-II

Hirong Etalin

Bhareli-II Kapakleyak Bhareli-I Demwe Niare Oju-I Naba

Dibbin ** Talong ** Badao ** Attunli Kameng Dam

Total (19 Schemes) 182

Ar.P. Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh

10608.64 5077.15 9901.00 4629.93 3465.90 2535.80 16071.60 4112.40 627.95 2345.00

12 x 250.00

3000

10823.82 3356.62 3291.58 3995.25 335.72 915.50 441.00

1000

2264.00 2725.26

2345.55 2247.32

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Scheme Himachal Pradesh 20 21

State

Units x Size (MW) 3 x 42.00

Installed Capacity

Total (MW) 126 480

Estima-ted Cost (GWh) 420.90

Annul Energy (GWh) 646.82

(Item No.5.2) 2/3 Tariff (Rs/ kWh)

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Thopan Powari Gondhala Tidong-II

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Jangi Thopan Bajoli Holi Yangthang Gharopa Khab-I

Luhri ** Khoksar

Total (11 Schemes) 31 32 33 34 35

HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh HimachalPradesh

Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh

3 x 160.00 3 x 48.00 2 x 35.00 3 x 60.00 3 x 87.00 3 x 150.00 3 x 155.00 3 x 30.00 3 x 38.00

3 x 160.00

144 480 180 261 450 465 90 114 70

1796.98 482.50 309.84 649.22 493.59

1786.26 570.19 256.18 762.98 938.02 1551.00 1825.13 351.91 534.25

1.48 1.81

1805.54

1779.45

1.92 2.00 2.02 2.03 2.08 2.09 2.24 2.41 2.46

1120.20 1765.89 2039.98 373.66

Jammu & Kashmir

2860 430 320 35 560 370

Total (5 Schemes) Karanataka 36 37 38 39

Kiru ** Kawar ** Bichlari Ratle ** Shamnot

J&K J&K J&K J&K J&K

4 x 107.50 4 x 80.00 2 x 17.50 4 x 140.00 4 x 92.50

1715 600 300 400 1600 300

857.58 891.37 94.40 1987.92 1592.91

1935.77 1426.56 148.29 2483.37 1650.19

0.77 1.09 1.11 1.40 1.69

Agnashini Gangavali

Gundia ** Kalinadi StageIII

Karnataka Karnataka Karnataka Karnataka

4 x 150.00 2 x 150.00 2 x 200.00 2 x 150.00

910.71 531.68 709.68 590.05

1431.00 616.00 759.00 610.00

1.07 1.41 1.46 1.67

Total (4 Schemes)

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Meghalaya 40 Mawhu ** 41 Umjaut 42 Umduna 43 Nongkolait 44 Selim 45 Rangmaw 46 Nongnam Total (7 Schemes) Sikkim 47 Teesta-I 48 Dikchu ** 49 Panan ** 50 Lachen Total (4 Schemes) Uttaranchal 51 Badrinath ** 52 Garba Tawaghat 53 Arakot Tiuni 54 Harsil ** 55 Chhunger- Chal 56 Rishi Ganga - 1 57 Karmoli 58 Mapang - Bogidiyar 59 Taluka Sankri 60 Deodi 61 Sela Urthing 62 Urthing Sobla 63 Sirkari Bhyol Rupsia-bagar 64 Rupsia-bagar Khasiya-bara ** 65 Gangotri ** 66 Gohana Tal 67 Bokang Baling 68 Jelam Tamak 69 Jakhol Sankri 70 Bhairon-ghati ** 71 Maleri Jelam 72 Naitwar-Mori 73 Bogudiyar - Sirkari Bhyal 74 Nand Prayag 75 Jadh Ganga 76 Lata Tapovan ** 77 Rishi Ganga - II 78 Tamak Lata Total (28 Schemes) Total (Below Rs.2.50) - 78Nos. ** DPRs Prepared 184

(Item No.5.2) 3/3 Meghalaya Meghalaya Meghalaya Meghalaya Meghalaya Meghalaya Meghalaya Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal Uttaranchal 3 x 40.00 3 x 23.00 3 x 19.00 2 x 60.00 2 x 85.00 2 x 32.50 2 x 25.00 4 x 80.00 3 x 35.00 4 x 50.00 3 x 70.00 2 x 70.00 3 x 210.00 3 x 24.00 3 x 70.00 2 x 120.00 2 x 35.00 2 x 70.00 2 x 100.00 2 x 70.00 2 x 30.00 2 x 115.00 4 x 70.00 3 x 70.00 2 x 130.00 1 x 55.00 2 x 30.00 3 x 110.00 2 x 30.00 3 x 11.00 2 x 32.50 2 x 27.50 3 x 11.00 2 x 85.00 3 x 47.00 2 x 25.00 4 x 77.50 1 x 35.00 4 x 70.00 120 69 57 120 170 65 50 651 320 105 200 210 835 434.24 276.97 226.68 392.80 652.07 268.37 272.07 1206.59 518.50 846.08 1046.93 357.33 1447.77 310.51 578.20 725.53 277.01 465.60 667.19 378.14 242.34 696.73 888.45 899.63 1101.55 252.61 270.38 1120.75 277.92 171.00 304.32 257.85 202.20 859.27 670.04 277.48 1021.30 212.98 988.21 482.96 276.70 231.24 332.87 534.68 229.60 212.59 1298.12 469.00 762.00 865.94 702.70 2483.11 382.90 920.57 853.28 327.30 621.00 882.04 559.47 296.76 816.73 1360.20 967.97 1195.63 264.76 269.35 1124.62 268.12 144.24 293.18 243.07 151.00 744.00 794.00 220.88 1123.00 164.64 1040.70 1.40 1.51 1.68 1.97 2.02 2.32 2.44 1.80 2.15 2.15 2.35 0.81 0.90 1.00 1.10 1.13 1.18 1.30 1.30 1.33 1.37 1.40 1.49 1.55 1.59 1.62 1.64 1.68 1.71 1.71 1.80 1.80 1.85 1.99 2.05 2.19 2.21 2.22 2.30

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1 2 Sewa-II NHPC. J&K 3x40 = 120MW Koteshwar THDC, Uttarakhand 4x100= 400 MW Sub-Total: Central. State Sector Kuttiyadi Add Ext KSEB, Kerala 2x50 = 100 MW Priyadarshini Jurala APGENCO, A.P. 6x39 = 234 MW Sub-Total: State 5

Name of Project/ State/Organisation Nos.xSize= Capacity MW

Hydro Capacity Addition During the year 2010-11


Unit No. Capacity (MW) Target at beginning of the year May-10 Jun-10 Jun-10 Dec- 10 Mar- 11 Date of Rotation

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Date of Commissioning

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1 2 3 1 2

40 40 40 100 100 320 50 50 39 39

31.01.10 31.01.10 31.01.10 31.01.11 29.03.11

22.06.10 23.07.10 01.07.10 28.03.11 31.03.11

3 4

1 2 4 5

Private Sector

178 96 96

May- 10 Oct- 10

Apr- 10 Apr- 10

29.03.10 29.03.10 20.08.10 08.11.10

23.05.10 23.09.10 28.08.10 09.11.10

Units slipped from 2010-11 Sl No

Allain Duhangan ADHPL, H.P. 2x96 = 192 MW Sub-Total: Private Total (Commissioned): Name of Project/ State/ Organisation Nos.xSize= Capacity MW

1 2

192 690 MW

Jun- 10 Jul- 10

15.06.10 16.06.10

16.09.10 18.09.10

Unit No.

Capacity (MW)

1 2 3

Central Sector Chamera-III NHPC, H.P. 3x77= 231 MW Uri-II NHPC, J&K 4x60= 240 MW

Target at beginning of the year Mar- 11 Feb- 11 Mar- 11 Jan- 11 Jan- 11 Feb- 11 Feb- 11

Reasons for slippage

Unit # 1 Unit # 1 Unit # 2 1 2 3 4

77 60 60 33 33 33 33

Slow progress of dam due to loose rock / shooting stones. Slow progress of Civil and HM works due to local agitation. Intermittent stoppage of works due to local agitation.

Teesta Low Dam-III W.B./ NHPC (4x33 MW)

Sub-Total: Central. Energy Saved is Energy Generated

329

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State Sector

Priyadarshini Jurala A.P./APGENCO 6x39 = 234 MW Nagarujana Sagar TR APGENCO, A.P. 2x25= 50 MW Pulichintala APGENCO, A.P. 4x30= 120 MW

39

Feb- 11

5 6 7

1 1 1 2

25 30 42 42 178

Mar- 11 Mar- 11 May- 10 Aug- 10

Slow progress of Dam & associated HM works. Slow progress of civil works. Due to flash flood occurred on 20.05.10, the flood water entered the power house. Slow progress of HRT works. Slow progress of HRT works due to bad geology. Slow progress of HRT works.

Delay due to stator assembly modification carried out on earlier commissioned units by Chinese engineers.

Sub-Total: State 8 9 10 Private Sector

Myntdu (Leishka) St-I MeSEB, Meghalaya 2x42 = 84 MW Budhil LANCO Green, H.P. 2x35= 70 MW

Unit # 1 Unit # 2 Unit # 1 Unit # 2 Unit # 1 Unit # 2

35 35 50 50 49.5 49.5 269 776 MW

Oct- 10 Nov- 10 Oct- 10 Nov- 10 Sep- 10 Oct- 10

Malana-II EPPL, H.P. 2x50 = 100 MW

Sub-Total: Private Total slippage from 2010-11 SUMMARY

Chujachen Gati, Sikkim 2x49.5= 99 MW

Capacity Programmed Capacity Slipped

Capacity Commissioned

: : :

1466MW 690 MW 776 MW

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Name of Project/ I.C. (No. x MW) Central Sector Chamera-III 3x77= 231 MW Uri-II 4x60= 240 MW Koteshwar 4x100= 400 MW Chutak 4x11- 44 MW

(Excluding projects under Ministry of New & Renewable Energy)


State/ Implem. Agency Unit No. U-1 U-2 U-3 U-1 U-2 U-3 U-4 U-3 U-4 U-1 U-2 U-3 U-4 Benefits (MW) 77 77 77 60 60 60 60 11 11 11 11

Hydro Capacity Addition Programme for the Year 2011-12

(Item No. 5.4.1)

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Likely Commissioning Aug- 11 Sept- 11 Oct- 11 Nov- 11 Dec- 11 Jan- 12 Feb- 12 Nov- 11 Mar- 12 Oct- 11 Nov- 11 Nov- 11 Dec- 11

Remarks

Himachal Pradesh/ NHPC Jammu & Kashmir/ NHPC Uttaranchal/ THDC Jammu & Kashmir/ NHPC Sub- total (Central): Andhra Pradesh/ APGENCO Tamil Nadu/ TANGEDCO Meghalaya/ MeECL

100 100

5 6 7

State Sector Priyadarshni Jurala 6x39= 234 MW Bhawani BarrageII 2x15= 30 MW Myntdu 2x42+1x42= 126 MW Budhil 2x35= 70 MW Private Sector Malana-II 2x50= 100 MW Karcham Wangtoo 4x250= 1000 MW

715 39 15 15 42 42 42 35 35 250 250 250 250 1170 50 50

U-6 U-1 U-2 U-1 U-2 U-3 U-1 U-2 U-1 U-2 U-1 U-2 U-3 U-4

June- 11 Feb- 12 Feb- 12

Sub- total (State): Himachal Pradesh/ LANCO Green Himachal Pradesh/ Everest PPL Himachal Pradesh/ JKHCL Total: 2011-12

195

June- 11 July- 11 Feb- 12 Oct- 11 Nov- 11

8 9 10

May- 11 June- 11 May- 11 Jul- 11 Aug- 11 Oct- 11

Sub- total (Private):

2080 MW 187

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th

(Item No.5.7) 1/3 Benefit in 12th. Plan 180 42 40 260 776 40 100 130 130 48 402 44 25 100 140 450 600 520 330 1000 690 240 93 195 320 530 171 444 72 300 200 170 300 252 60 126 420

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Name of scheme Bajoli Holi Chirgaon (Majhgaon) Dhaula Sidh Kutehr Luhri Renuka dam Sainj Kashang - I Kashang-II & III Kashang -IV Shongtong Karcham Tangnu Romai Lambadug Tidong-I Chango Yangthang Baglihar-II Kiru Kawar Kishan Ganga Pakhal Dul Ratle Kirthai-I New Ganderbal Kotlibhel-St-1A Kotlibhel-St-1B Kotlibhel-St-II Lata Tapovan Vishnugad Pipalkoti Arkot Tiuni Alaknanda (Badrinath) Mapang Bogudiyar Bogudiyar Sirkari Bowala Nand Prayag Devsari Dam Hanol Tiuni Jhelam Tamak Lakhwar Vyasi

Type ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO

State Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh J&K J&K J&K J&K J&K J&K J&K J&K Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand

Agency IPP HPPCL SJVNL IPP SJVNL HPPCL HPPCL HPPCL HPPCL HPPCL HPPCL IPP IPP IPP IPP PDC NHPC NHPC NHPC NHPC To be decided PDC PDC NHPC NHPC NHPC NTPC THDC UJVNL IPP IPP IPP UJVNL SJVNL IPP THDC NHPC

Installed Capacity (MW) 180 42 40 260 776 40 100 130 130 48 402 44 25 100 140 450 600 520 330 1000 690 240 93 195 320 530 171 444 72 300 200 170 300 252 60 126 420

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Name of scheme Nand Prayag Lingasu Naitwar Mori (Dewra Mori) Pala Maneri Bhaironghati Rupsiyabagar Khasiyabara Singoli Bhatwari Tamak Lata Tuini Plasu Kishau Dam Tehri St-II PSS Shahpur Kandi UBDC-III Hosangabad Handia Baurus Dummugudem Pollavaram MPP Singareddy Achenkovil Pambar Vythiri Athirapally Mankulam Thottiar Kundah PSS Gundia-I Gundia-II Ramam St-I Ramam St-III Ramman Ultimate(IV) Panan Dikchu Rangit-II Rangit-IV Teesta St.-II Teesta St.-IV Teesta-VI Jorethang Loop Thangchi Bhimkyong

Type ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO PSS STO ROR ROR ROR ROR STO STO STO STO ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR PSS ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR

State Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Punjab Punjab Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Kerala Kerala Kerala Kerala Kerala Kerala Tamil Nadu Karnataka Karnataka West Bengal West Bengal West Bengal Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim Sikkim

Agency UJVNL SJVNL UJVNL UJVNL NTPC IPP UJVNL UJVNL THDC THDC PSEB IPP NHDC NHDC NHDC APID APID APID KSEB KSEB KSEB KSEB KSEB KSEB TNEB KPCL KPCL WBSEDCL NTPC WBSEDCL IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP NHPC IPP IPP IPP IPP

Installed Capacity (MW) 100 56 480 381 260 99 280 42 600 1000 168 75 60 51 55 320 960 280 30 40 60 163 40 40 500 200 200 36 120 30 280 96 66 120 480 520 500 96 99 99

(Item No.5.7) 2/3 Benefit in 12th. Plan 100 56 480 381 260 99 280 42 600 1000 168 75 60 51 55 320 960 280 30 40 60 163 40 40 500 200 200 36 120 30 280 96 66 120 480 520 500 96 99 99

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Sl. No.

Bop Pare Siang Lower Siang Middle (Siyom) Dibbin Londa (Talong) Nyamjunchhu St-I Nyamjunchhu St-II Nyamjunchhu St-III Tawang-I Tawang-II Tato-II Hirong Demwe Lower Demwe Upper Kameng Dam Khuitam Turu Gongri SaskangRong Hirit Dinchong Nafra Pema Shelphu(Barpu) Kangtanshiri Nyukcha Rong Chhu Mago Chhu Lower Kopili Tipaimukh Loktak D/S Umangi -I Kynshi-I

Name of scheme

Type

State

Agency

ROR ROR STO STO ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR STO ROR STO STO

Sikkim IPP Arunachal Pradesh NEEPCO Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh NHPC Arunachal Pradesh NHPC Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Arunachal Pradesh IPP Assam Assam GENCO Manipur NEEPCO Manipur NHPC Meghalaya MeSEB Meghalaya IPP

Installed Capacity (MW)

(Item No.5.7) 3/3 Benefit in 12th. Plan

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99 110 2400 1000 125 160 98 97 95 750 750 700 500 1640 1640 480 60 90 90 30 28 90 96 97.5 60 96 96 150 1500 66 54 450

Abbreviation: 1. ROR Run of River 2. STO Storage


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99 110 600 1000 125 160 98 97 95 750 750 700 500 1640 1640 480 60 90 90 30 28 90 96 97.5 60 96 96 150 1500 66 54 450 30919.50

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Details of savings achieved in the Hard Cost while Concurring/Appraising of Hydro Generation Schemes by Central Electricity Authority during 2010-11 (01.04.2010 to 31.03.2011)
Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Concurrence by CEA Hard Cost as per concurrence/ Appraisal (Rs.in Crores) Saving Achieved (Rs.in Crores) 331.69 194.73 630.4 2364.44 646.83 1263.39 24.03.2011 3871.54 12032.69 676.3 1439.79 4919.23 14555.12 50.88 691.57 29.47 176.4 1047.69 2522.43 Hard Cost as per DPR/ Revised (Rs.in Crores) % Saving achieved

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1. 31.08.2010 29.12.2010 29.12.2010 11.2.2011 07.03.2011 1672.87 579.52 1090.64 1285.37

Teesta Stage-IV HEP in Sikkim by 4x130=520 M/s.NHPC Limited 13.5.2010 2907.9 3239.59

0.24 5.15 8.07 29.25 4.36 2.25 1.3 7.33

2.

Kutehr HEP in Himachal Pradesh by M/s. 3x80=240 JSW Energy Limited

3.

Sainj HEP in Himachal Pradesh by 2x50=100 M/s.HP Power Corpn. Limited

4.

Baglihar HEP Stage-II in J&K by M/s. 3x150=450 JKSPDCL

5.

Nafra HEP in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s. SEW Nafra Power Corpn. Pvt. Limited 2x60=120

6.

Panan HEP in Sikkim by M/s. Himagiri 4x75=300 Hydro Energy Pvt. Limited

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Nyamjang Chhu HEP in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s. NJC Hydro Power 6x130=780 Limited

2510 M W

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Mundra UMPP (5x800 MW) Capacity: Developer: Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd. (Tata Power Ltd.)

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Date of LOI : 01.08.2007 Date of transfer of SPV: 07.08.2007 Date of signing PPA : 07.08.2007 Date of order for BTG : June2008

Sasan UMPP (6x660 MW) Developer :Sasan Power Ltd (Reliance Power Ltd.) 12/2011 03/2012 06/2012 09/2012 12/2012 03/2013

Date of LOI : 28.12.2006 Date of transfer of SPV : 22.04.2007 Date of signing PPA : 23.04.2007 Date of order for TG : 20.08.2007 Boiler : 15.05.2007 31.01.2013 30.04.2013 31.07.2013 31.10.2013 28.02.2014 30.06.2013

a) For Unit-1: Boiler steam blowing has been completed and T.G. has been put on barring gear. b) For Unit-2: Boiler Hydrolic test, T.G. box up and oil flushing has been completed. c) For Unit 3 to 5 : Boiler and T.G. erection are in progress.

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U-1: 06.05.2013 U-2: 06.12.2013 U-3: 06.07.2014 U-4: 06.02.2015 U-5: 06.09.2015 U-6: 06.04.2016

a) Erection of Boiler/PH building for unit-3,2&1 is in progress. b) Civil works are in progress for TG deck for unit-3, 2 &1.TG erection for unit-3 is scheduled to start by October2011. c) Civil works are in progress for Chimney, Cooling tower, CW pump house, RW pump house, RW Intake pump house, Coal conveyor, CW piping, RW piping etc.

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Krishnapatnam UMPP (6x660 MW) Developer: Coastal Andhra Power Ltd (Reliance Power Ltd.)

Date of LOI : 30.11.2007 Date of transfer of SPV : 29.01.2008 Date of signing PPA : 23.03.2007 Date of order for BTG : March2010

4. U-1: U-2: U-3: U-4: U-5: U-6: ---May 2015 Oct 2015 Mar. 2016 Aug. 2016 Jan. 2017 June 2017

Date of LOI. : 12.2.2009 Date of transfer of SPV : 07.8.2009 Date of signing PPA: : 07.8.2009 Date of order for BTG : NYD

Tilaiya UMPP (6x660 MW) Developer: Jharkhand Integrated Power Ltd. (Reliance Power Ltd)

U-1: May 2015 U-2: Oct 2015 U-3: March 2016 U-4: August 2016 U-5: Jan 2017 U-6: June 2017

a) Govt. and forest land for the plant is under transfer to the developer. Possession of entire private land of about 470 acres has been taken over by the developer. b) BTG has been tied up with SEC China. NTP is yet to be issued.

a) The developers has obtained a consent from procurer for changing unit size from 5x800 to 6x660MW. CERC approval for the same has also been obtained and amended PPA signed with the Procurers. b) Piling works are in progress for CW Pump house, chimney and T.G. building foundations. Work on boiler foundations are yet to be taken up.

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Haryana Punjab Jhajjar

Name of the Project

PROJECTS BASED ON TARIFF BASED COMPETITIVE BIDDING (CASE-II) BY STATES


Location Capacity (MW) 2x660 3x660 2x660 2x660 2x660 3x660 2x660 2x660 3x660 3x660 2x660 2x660 Remarks

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District Jhajjar Rajpura, District Patiala District Mansa

Talwandi Saboo Rajpura

Already awarded and the project is under construction Already awarded and the project is under construction Already awarded. Project under construction. Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Already awarded and the project is under construction Already awarded Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Already awarded

Rajasthan 4 Banswara TPP Madhya Pradesh 5 Shahpura Uttar Pradesh 7 8 9 10 Karchanna Jawaharpur TPP Dopaha TPP Yammuna Expressway Chhattisgarh 11 Bhaiyathan Maharashtra Maharashtra Industrial 12 Development Corporation 13 Karnataka 14 Gulbarga TPP 15 Ghatprabha Bihar 16 Lakhisarai TPP 17 Buxar TPP 18 Pirpainti TPP Total Aurangabad TPP 6 Bara

Distt. Banswara

District, Jabalpur Distt. Allahabad Distt. Allahabad Distt. Etah Distt. Sonebhadra Distt. Bulandsahar District Surguja

Distt. Bhadrawati

Distt. Aurangabad 2x800 Distt. Gulbarga Distt. Belgaum 2x660 2x660

Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Project yet to be awarded. Coal linkage is yet to be tied up

Distt. Lakhisarai Distt. Buxar Distt. Bhagalpur

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2x660=1320 Coal linkage is yet to be tied up 2x660=1320 Coal linkage is yet to be tied up 2x660=1320 Coal linkage is yet to be tied up 26,680 MW

Coal linkage is yet to be tied up Coal linkage is yet to be tied up

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THERMAL PROJECTS COMMISSIONED DURING 2010-11


Exe. Agency BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL Chinese BHEL BHEL Chinese Others Chinese Chinese Chinese BHEL Chinese BHEL Chinese BHEL Chinese Others Chinese Chinese BHEL BHEL Chinese Others Chinese BHEL Chinese Chinese BHEL Chinese BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL 125 125 250 500 135 250 125 300 165 135 133 600 490 330 21 300 500 600 35.75 135 600 250 500 300 35.75 330 500 660 600 210 135 125 250 500 500 500 11251

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Surat Lignite TPP Extn U-3 Surat Lignite TPP Extn U-4 Chhabra TPS U-2 Kakatiya TPP U-1/ APGENCO Wardha Warora U-1 WPCL (KSK) Raichur TPS U-8/KPCL Barsingsar Lignite U-1 Rosa TPP Unit-2 Konaseema CCPP ST/Konaseema EPS Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-2/Raj west power Ltd Lanco Kondapalli Extn. Ph-II ST/ Lanco Kondapalli Power Pvt.Ltd. Udupi TPP U-1/ NPCL NCP Project St-II, U-6/ NTPC Mundra TPP Ph-I U-3/ Adani Power Ltd Baramura GT TSECL JSW Ratnagiri TPP U-1/JSW Energy(Ratnagiri) Ltd Mejia TPS Extn U-1/ DVC Rajiv Gandhi TPS, Hissar U-2 /HPGCL Rithala CCPP GT-2/ NDPL Wardha Warora U-2 WPCL (KSK) Sterlite TPP U-2 ( 1st)/ Sterlite Energy Ltd Pragati CCGT - III GT-1/PPCL Indira Gandhi TPP U-1/ APCPL JSW Ratnagiri TPP U-2/ SW Energy(Ratnagiri) Ltd Rithala CCPP GT-1/NDPL Mundra TPP Ph-I U-4/ Adani Power Ltd Korba STPP U-7/ NTPC Mundra TPP Ph-II U-1/Adani Power Ltd Sterlite TPP U-1 / Sterlite Energy Ltd Rayalseema TPP St-III U-5/ APGENCO Wardha Warora U-3 WPCL (KSK) Barsingsar Lignit U-2 / NLC Pragati CCGT - III GT-2/ PPCL Farakka STPS- III U-6/ NTPC Mejia TPS Extn U-2/ DVC Simhadri STPP Extn. U-3/ NTPC Grand Total 2010-11

CAP (MW) Actual (A)/ Anti. date of Comm. 12.04.10 (A) 23.04.10(A) 04.05.10(A) 27.05.10(A) 05.06.10(A) 26.06.10(A) 28.06.10(A) 28.06.10(A) 30.06.10(A) 08.07.10(A) 19.07.10(A) 23.07.10(A) 30.07.10(A) 02.08.10(A) 03.08.10(A) 24.08.10(A) 30.09.10(A) 01.10.10(A) 04.10.10(A) 10.10.10(A) 14.10.10(A) 24.10.10(A) 31.10.10(A) 09.12.10(A) 09.12.10(A) 20.12.10(A) 26.12.10(A) 26.12.10(A) 29.12.10(A) 31.12.10(A) 13.01.11(A) 25.01.11 (A) 16.02.11(A) 23.03.11(A) 26.03.11(A) 31.03.11(A)
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S.No Project Name & Unit No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Central Sector Durgapur Steel TPS U-1 Durgapur Steel TPS U-2 Neyveli TPS-II Exp. U-1 Neyveli TPS-II Exp. U-2 Simhadri STPP Extn. U-4 Indira Gandhi TPP U-2 Indira GandhiTPPU-3 Vallur TPP U-1 Vallur TPP U-1 Kodrma TPP U-1 Koderma TPP U-2 Bongaigaon TPP U-1 Bongaigaon TPP U-2 RaghunathpurTPPPh-IU-1 RaghunathpurTPPPh-IU-2

THERMAL UNITS PROGRAMED FOR COMMISSIONING DURING 2011-12 & 2012-13


Implementing Agency DVC BHEL DVC BHEL NLC BHEL NLC BHEL NTPC BHEL APCPL BHEL APCPL BHEL NTECL BHEL NTECL BHEL DVC BHEL DVC BHEL NTPC BHEL NTPC BHEL DVC Chinese DVC Chinese Sub-Total Central Sector BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL Chinese BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL BHEL Executing Agency LOA Date 27.07.07 27.07.07 19.08.05 19.08.05 26.03.07 07.06.07 07.06.07 13.08.07 13.08.07 29.06.07 29.06.07 02.05.08 02.05.08 14.12.07 14.12.07 22.02.07 30.05.08 30.05.08 30.05.08 30.05.08 28.06.06 28.06.06 23.01.07 23.01.07 01.01.08 31.08.06 03.03.08 03.03.08 25.06.08 28.06.06 28.06.06 09.07.07 01.01.07 16.08.08

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State Sector KothagudemTPP -VI U-1 Pragati CCGT - III ST-1 Pragati CCGT - III GT-3 Pragati CCGT - III GT-4 Pragati CCGT - III ST-2 Harduaganj Ext. U-8 Harduaganj Ext. U-9 Bhusawal TPS Expn. U-4 Bhusawal TPS Expn. U-5 Hazira CCPP Extn. GT+ST Bellary TPP St-II U-2 Pipavav CCPP Block-1 Pipavav CCPP Block-2 Mettur TPP Stage-III U-1 Parichha Extn. U-5 Parichha Extn. U-6 Ukai TPP Extn. U-6 KhaperkhedaTPS ExpnU-5 North Chennai St-II , U-2

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APGENCO PPCL PPCL PPCL PPCL UPRVUNL UPRVUNL MSPGCL MSPGCL GSECL KPCL GSPCpipavav power co.Ltd. GSPCpipavav power co.Ltd. TNEB UPRVUNL UPRVUNL GSECL MSPGCL TNEB

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S.No Project Name & Unit No. 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

THERMAL UNITS PROGRAMED FOR COMMISSIONING DURING 2011-12 & 2012-13


Implementing Agency Executing Agency LOA Date 16.08.08 23.03.07 20.03.06 15.11.07 Mar-07 Mar-07 Mar-07 03.01.07 03.01.07 03.01.07 Feb-08 05.10.07 05.10.07 09.06.07 30.06.08 12.01.06 15.11.07

Annexure-6 D Capacity ( MW) 600 250 37.2 600 600 135 135 135 135 135 135 660 300 300 660 660 36.5 800 6476.5 21306.7 525

vkbZ-,l-vks- % 9001-2000

North Chennai St-II , U-1 North Chennai St-II , U-1 TNEB BHEL Santaldih TPP Extn Ph-II U-6 WBPDCL BHEL Lakwa Waste Heat Unit BHEL Sub-Total State 8130.2 Sector Private Sector Lanco Anpara Anpara-C TPS U-1 Chinese Power Pvt. Ltd. Lanco Anpara Anpara-C TPS U-2 Chinese Power Pvt. Ltd. Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-3 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-4 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-5 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-6 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-7 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Jallipa- Kapurdi TPP U-8 Raj west power Ltd Chinese Tirora TPP Ph-I U-1 Adani Power Ltd Chinese JSW Energy(RatnaJSW Ratnagiri TPP U-3 Chinese giri) Ltd JSW Energy(RatnaJSW Ratnagiri TPP U-4 Chinese giri) Ltd Maithon RB TPP U-1# MPL JV of DVC and Tata Power Maithon RB TPP U-2 Mundra TPP Ph-II U-2 Adani Power Ltd Chinese Mundra TPP Ph-III U-1 Adani Power Ltd Chinese Rithala CCPP NDPL Others Tata Power Co. Others Sub-Total Private Sector Grand Total 2011-12

Energy Saved is Energy Generated

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B. Central Sector GAS FIRED Sl. Name of Name of Unit Year of Cap. Completion Present status / Expected Date of No. Utility Station No. Com. (MW) Schedule Completion (Actual / Targeted) 1 1 1989 89 NTPC Anta GT 2009-10 2 2 1989 89 Work completed in Feb.2010. (Actual) 3 3 1989 89 Total 3 267 Total Central Sector (B) 03 267 Grand Total (A+B) 12 1171

A. State Sector Sl. Name of Name of Year of Cap. Comple- Present status / Expected Date of Unit No. No. Utility Station Com. (MW) tion Year Completion 1 UPRVUNL Obra 1 1968 40 2009-10 Unit synchronised on 4th May 2009 Unit synchronised on 2nd February 2 2 1968 40 2008-09 2009 Unit synchronised on 20th March 3 6 1973 94 2007-08 2008 Unit synchronised on 17th September 2010. During stabilization two failure 4 9 1980 200 2010-11 occurred on 15th & 31st Oct.2010. Expected date of resynchronization is Sept., 2011. Work completed, unit ynchronized in 5 HGunj 5 1977 60 2008-09 May08. 6 HPGCL Panipat 1 1979 110 2008-09 Unit ynchronized on 4th Nov08. Unit -1 was taken under s/d on GSECL 06.9.2006 for LE works, ynchronized 7 Ukai 1 1976 120 2008-09 on 24.5.2008. Unit running at 100 105 MW load. Unit -2 was taken under s/d for LE on 8 2 1976 120 2009-10 12th August08. Synchronised on 24-2- 2010. AmarkanUnit- 2 was taken under s/d for LE on 9 MPPGCL 2 1977 120 2010-11 taka Extn. 26.7.09. Synchronised on 26.8.2010. Total State Sector (A) 9 904

STATUS OF UNITS WHERE LIFE EXENTION WORKS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED DURING 11Th PLAN

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Sl. No.

Status of Units where R&M Works have been completed during 11th Plan Status as on(31.03.2011)
Name of Utility Name of Station IPGCL PSPCL Rajghat Ropar Unit Year of CommCapacity (MW) No. issioning 1 2 1 2 3 4 Total 5 6 6 5 6 7 3 1 2 3 4 Total Parli Total 5 6 6 3 4 20 5 3 1989 1989 1984 1985 1988 1989 1992 1993 1978 1982 1983 1983 1984 1985 1986 1991 1992 1980 1985 1987 67.5 67.5 210 210 210 210 1260 200 210 210 620 210 210 210 210 1840 210 210 210 630 500 500 210 210

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Punjab

2007-08

Maharashtra 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11

Mahagenco

Koradi Total Chandrapur

2007-08

2008-09

2008-09

Energy Saved is Energy Generated

Sub Total (A)

4485

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Annexure-6F B. Central Sector DVC Unit Year of CommNo. issioning 3 1966 4 1984 2 1 1987 2 1987 3 1989 4 1990 5 1990 6 1991 6 1 1983 2 1983 3 1984 4 1987 5 1988 6 1989 6 1 1983 2 1984 3 1984 4 1988 5 1989 6 1989 6 1 1986 2 1986 3 1984 3 1 1988 3 1990 4 1998 3 5 1982 6 1983 2 Completion Year 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10

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Sl. No. Name of Utility Name of Station 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Durgapur TPS Total Vindhyanchal STPS Total

Cap. (MW) 130 210 340 210 210 210 210 210 210 1260 200 200 200 500 500 500 2100 200 200 200 500 500 500 2100 200 200 200 600 110 110 110 330 110 110 220

NTPC

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
200

Korba STPS Total

2009-10

Ramagundem STPS Total

2009-10

Farakka Stg-I STPS Tanda TPS Total Talcher TPS Stg-II Total Total

2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11

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Annexure-6F Sl. No. Name of Utility Name of Station 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Total TPS NTPC Singrauli STPS Unit Year of CommNo. issioning 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 1 2 2 1 37 39 59 2 2 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1988 1989 Cap. (MW) 200 200 200 200 200 2000 210 210 420 1000 500 500 500 500 Completion Year 2009-10

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Unchahar Rihand Stg - I Sub Total NTPC STPS Total Total

2009-10 2009-10

Total Central Sector (B) Total of R&M (A+B)

10030 10370 14855

Energy Saved is Energy Generated

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A. State Sector Status as on 31-03-2011 Present status / Expected Date of Sl. Name of Name of Unit Year of Cap. No. Utility Station No. Comm. (MW) Completion 1 UPObra 11 1977 200 Contract agreement signed with BHEL in Feb, RVUNL 2007. LE works of Unit -9 completed and synch. On 17.09.10. During stabilization two failures 2 12 1981 200 occurred on 15th & 31st Oct. 2010. Turbine reopened in Nov.10 for identification and rectification of problem. Expected date of resynch. 3 13 1982 200 Is Sept., 2011. Shutdown of Unit No. 10 &11 will be taken after stabilisation of unit-9. There after unit 12 & 13 will be taken up. 4 Parichha 1 1984 110 Contract was negotiated with UPRVUNL by BHEL during Oct'09. However, a study report for technoeconomical viability of LE works prepared by the 5 2 1985 110 consultant M/s Evonik has been submitted and is being examined by UPRVUNL. 6 7 Panki 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 4 1976 1977 1986 1986 1988 1984 1985 1979 105 105 210 210 210 210 210 110 8 9 10 11 12 13 AnparaA PSPCL Ropar BHEL has been asked to furnish scope of work. Order expected to be placed in 11th Plan, completion in 12th Plan. BHEL has been asked to furnish scope of work. Order expected to be placed in 11th Plan, completion in 12th Plan.

DETAILS OF UNITS PROGRAMMED FOR LE WORKS PLAN BUT LIKELY TO SLIP BEYOND 11th PLAN

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Bathinda

14 15 16

GSECL

Gandhinagar

1 2 5

1977 1977 1982

120 120 210

WBPDCL Bandel

Order placed on BHEL on 6.11.2006. S/d on unit 3 was taken from 14.1.2010, dismantling work compltd. and erection work of boiler started on 18.06.10. Unit expected to be recommisioned by June 2011. Thereafter unit-4 will be taken up. *Order awarded to BHEL on 28 May 2007. BHEL has supplied 55% material at site. Due to poor performance of BHEL at Ukai TPS, M/s GSECL are planning to short closure of the contract. Taken up under World Bank programme. Due to lack of more than one qualified bidders for 2nd stage Bid, WBPDCL has decided for rebidding of BTG Pkg. NIT for rebidding has been floated. The last date of submission is 21.01.11.

RLA completed. Order expected to be placed in 11th Plan, completion in 12th Plan.

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A. State Sector Sl. Name of Name of No. Utility Station 17 BSEB Barauni

18 KBUNL Muzaffarpur Total of State Sector (A) B. Central Sector (i) Coal Fired 1 NTPC Badarpur 2 3 4 5 6

Status as on 31-03-2011 Unit Year of Cap. Present status / Expected Date of No. Comm. (MW) Completion 6 1983 110 U-6 has been restored by BHEL under Rashtriya Sam Vikas Yojana. LOA has been awarded to BHEL on 15th Feb.2010. 6000 MTs materials reached at site. HP rotor of U-7 reached BHEL site at Hyd., LP rotor is lying at Barauni for dispatch to BHEL works and order for IP rotor forging has been awarded to Shanghai Machining Corporation. 2 1986

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18 4 5 1 2 1 1 6 1978 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1992 1992 1992 1989 1989 1989 1992 1992 1992 1994 1994

2860

110 U-2 has been restored under RSVY. LOA awarded on 15.04.10. Kick Off meeting held on 21.05.10. 2636 MTs SG materials reached at site & Boiler erection works started on 31.12.10.

Singrauli STPS Korba STPS Ramagundam Total of (i) (ii)Gas Fired 7 NTPC Dadri GT 8 9 10 Auraiya GT 11 12 13 Kawas GT 14 15 16 Gandhar GT 17 Total of (ii) Total Central Sector (B) Grand Total (A+B)
Energy Saved is Energy Generated

1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 11 17 35

131 131 131 111.19 111.19 111.19 106 106 106 131 131 1306.57 2527 5387

200 Scheme under finalisation. 200 200 Scheme under finalisation. 200 Scheme under finalisation. 1220

210 Tech. bids for Main Plant R&M Pkg. opened on 15.12.09. Evaluation of Tech. & comm.. bid in 210 progress.

Scheme finalised. CEA clearance on 30.05.08. Scheme finalised. Bidding process started for GT renovation and C&I pkgs. Scheme finalised. Bidding process started for GT renovation and C&I pkgs. Scheme finalised. CEA clearance on 25.05.09.

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DETAILS OF UNITS PROGRAMMED FOR R&M WORKS DURING 11th PLAN BUT LIKELY TO SLIP BEYOND 11th PLAN
State Sector Name of Station Unit No. 4 5 7 8 9 6 7 7 Year of Com- Capacity missioning (MW) 1993 1994 1974 1975 1984 1986 1985 500 500 100 100 110 110 1530 1530 110 Present Status

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Sl. Name of No. Utility 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 JSEB

UPRVUNL Anpara'B Obra

Scope of work yet to be finalised BHEL to submit scope of work

Patratu Durgapur

Total of State Sector (A) Total of R&M (A+B)

DPL

10

Restoration works are in progress Works are in progress

Total Central Sector (B)

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A. State Sector Sl. Name of Name of No. Utility Station 1 UP Obra

DETAILS OF UNITS PROGRAMMED FOR L.E. WORKS DURING 2011-12 OF 11th PLAN

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Status as on 31-03-2011 Unit Year of Cap. Completion Present status / Expected Date of Completion No. Comm. (MW) Schedule (Actual / Targeted) 10 1979 200 2011-12 (Target)

2 Punjab PSEB

HGunj

1978

110

2011-12 (Target) 2011-12 (Target) 2011-12 (Target)

Contract agreement signed with BHEL in Feb, 2007. LE works of Unit -9 completed and synch. On 17.09.10.During stabilization two failures occurred on 15th & 31st Oct. 2010. Turbine reopened in Nov.10 for identification and rectification of problem. Expected date of resynch. Is Sept., 2011. Shutdown of Unit No. 10 &11 will be taken after stabilisation of unit-9. LOI issued to BHEL on 25.03.09. Advance payment released in June'09, draft contract prepared by BHEL has been cleared by UPRVUNL and consultant NTPC. Supply of structural material has started.

Bathinda

1978

110

4 MPPGC Amarkantak L Ext. Bihar BSEB

Madhya Pradesh

1977

120

Order placed on BHEL on 6.11.2006. S/d on unit -3 was taken from 14.1.2010, dismantling work compltd. and erection work of boiler started on 18.06.10. Unit expected to be recommisioned by June 2011. Works on 11 packages out of 12 completed for unit-1&2. Order for Turbine package placed on NASL in July 07. U1 was under forced S/d since 26.09.10 on account of turbine rotor vibration and thereafter LE works has been taken up. Likely Completion in June,2011. U-6 has been restored by BHEL under Rashtriya Sam Vikas Yojana. LOA has been awarded to BHEL on 15th Feb.2010. 6000 MTs materials reached at site. HP rotor of U-7 reached BHEL site at Hyd., LP rotor is lying at Barauni for dispatch to BHEL works and order for IP rotor forging has been awarded to Shanghai Machining Corporation. U-2 has been restored under RSVY. LOA awarded on 15.04.10. Kick Off meeting held on 21.05.10. 2636 MTs SG materials reached at site & Boiler erection works started on 31.12.10.

Barauni

1985

110

2011-12 (Target)

KBUNL Muzaffar pur

1 6 6

1985

110 760 760

2011-12 (Target)

Total of State Sector (A) Grand Total (A+B)

Total Central Sector (B)

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Sl. Name of No. Utility B. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 NTPC

A.

State Sector

DETAILS OF UNITS PROGRAMMED FOR L.E. WORKS DURING 2011-12 OF 11th PLAN
Year of Name of Unit Capacity CommisStation No. (MW) sioning Nil 2 1 1 2 3 4 4 4 5 2 1 2 10 10 3 3 1989 1992 1992 1993 1994 1992 1994 1992 1994 1995 110 210 210 210 210 840 500 1000 210 210 210 630 500 110 Nil Completion Schedule (Actual / Targeted)

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Present Status

Total of State Sector (A) Central Sector Tanda Total

NCTPP, Dadri Total Total

2011-12 (Target) 2011-12 (Target)

Work in progress. Scope of work finalized. CEA clearance on 6.10.08.

Farakka Stg-II STPS Kahalgaon Total

2011-12 (Target) 2011-12 (Target)

Scheme under finalisation Scheme under finalisation by NTPC

Total Central Sector (B) Total of R&M (A+B)

10

2580 2580

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IN INDIA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 11. 8. 9.

HYDRO POWER STATIONS IN OPERATION FOR WHICH CONSULTANCY SERVICES HAVE BEEN RENDERED BY CEA
Sl. No. Name of the Power Station Baira Siul Salal-I Installed capacity (MW) Year of commissioning 3x60=180 2x8=16 2x8-16 2x8=16 1980-81 1987 1986 1987 1989 1978 2004 1995 1989 1986 1992 1992 2000 1978-79 1973-74 1971-75 1986-87 1968-69 1972-73 1987-88 1987-88

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NORTHERN REGION

W.Y. Canal-A W.Y. Canal-B W.Y. Canal-C Giri Bata

3x115=345

Lower Jhelum Chenani Stakna Kargil

Upper Sindh-1

2x30=60 2x11=22 2x8=16 2x2=4

Western Yamuna Canal

3x35=105 5x4.6=23

R.P. Sagar J.Sagar

3x1.25=3.75 4x43=172 3x33=99 2x25=50 2x45=90 3x2=6 2x2=4

Mahibajaj I

Mahibajaj II

Anoopgarh I Surat Garh

Anoopgarh II Ranjit Sagar

RMC Mangrol Upper Singh-II Nathpa Jhakri Tehri Stage-I Ukai Kadana Ukai LBC

3x1.5=4.5 3x1.5=4.5 4x150=600 2x35=70

6x250=1500 4x250=1000 4x75=300 4x60=240 2x2.5=5

2000-01 2002-03 2007-08 1974-76 1990-96 1987-88


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Annexure 8A Sl. No. Name of the Power Station NORTHERN REGION 28. Gandhi Saar 29. Bargi 30. Baira Siul 31. Salal-I 32. W.Y. Canal-A 33. W.Y. Canal-B 34. W.Y. Canal-C 35. Giri Bata 36. Lower Jhelum 37. Upper Sindh-1 38. Western Yamuna Canal 39. Chenani 40. Stakna 41. Kargil 42. R.P. Sagar 43. J.Sagar 44. Mahibajaj I 45. Mahibajaj II 46. Anoopgarh I 47. Anoopgarh II 48. RMC Mangrol 49. Surat Garh 50. Ranjit Sagar 51. Upper Singh-II 52. Nathpa Jhakri 53. Tehri Stage-I 54. Ukai 55. Kadana 56. Ukai LBC 57. Gandhi Saar 58. Bargi 59. Baira Siul 60. Salal-I 61. W.Y. Canal-A 62. W.Y. Canal-B 63. W.Y. Canal-C 64. Giri Bata 65. Lower Jhelum 66. Upper Sindh-1 Installed capacity (MW) Year of Commissioning
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Sl. Name of Project & Scope of Works carried out/in progress No. Consultancy Services 1. Design & Consultancy Substations : Checking of Design & drawings of various civil works (e.g. Assignments (civil Control room building, Equipment foundation, Transformer engineering aspects) for foundation, Gantry tower foundation, Cable trench, Retaining Thermal/Transmission walls, Roads, Drains, Water sump etc.) of 15 substations in J&K Projects -Transmission viz-Lissar, Bandipora/ Shopian/Bhalessa/Kishtwar /Ramban/ Project under Prime Budgam/ Bishnah/ Amargarh, Alusteng/Mir bazaar/ Chandak Ministers Reconstruction Battal Manwal/Paunichak and Katra was by large completed Programme in J&K: except certain works of relatively lesser importance like Bay Consultancy Services to Marshalling Kiosks, DG Set, Lighting mast, Landscaping etc. Power Development Transmission Lines : Department., Govt. of J&K: Checking of design & drawings of tower foundations for construction of 5 Transmission Lines in J&K viz- Barn-Siot Kalakote, Ramban- Khellani- Kishtwar, Hiranagar- Barn, Lassipora- Shopian, Bandipora-Badampora was completed. 2

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Meeting between representatives of DVC, R Infra, TCE and CEA a) Raghunathpur TPS, Phase-I, DVC (2x600MW), was attended by Shri P. Vasishth, Director and Sh. U.K. Sharma, Dy. Director, TCD for discussion regarding the structural stability Purulia, W.B. of NDCT for UNIT #1in view of the lesser reinforcement provided in the shell of NDCT on 22.12.10 at Kolkata. Further in this regard a Committee was formed to look into the matter of structural stability of NDCT in which Sh. U.K. Sharma has been nominated as member representing CEA. The first meeting of the Committee held at DVC tower, Kolkata on 14.03.2011 and 15.03.2011 was attended by Shri U.K. Sharma, Dy. Director, TCD. b) Bokaro Thermal Power Project (DVC) Comments on the specification for zero discharge effluent treatment plants was furnished. The detailed estimate submitted by DVC related to on going construction of Ash Pond at Bokaro, TPP was checked and commented upon. Comments on the estimated cost of Inter connection plate between two boiler with necessary side and roof enclosure was furnished.

c) Rajeev Gandhi Thermal Power Project, Khedar, Hisar(2X600 MW) e) PPCLS Karaikal CCGT (32.50MW) RO Plant Reg. d) Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram TPP (2X300MW), Yamunanagar

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1. Lower Kopili (3x50MW) in Assam by M/s Assam Power Generation Corp. Ltd. 2. Nyamjang Chhu H.E. Project (6x130MW) in Ar. Pradesh by M/s Bhilwara Energy Limited. (M/s BEL) 3. Nafra H.E. Project (2 x 60 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s Sew Nafra Power Corp. Pvt Ltd. 4. Siyom H.P. Project (1000MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s Siyom Hydro Power Pvt. Ltd. 5. Tato-II H.E. Project (4 x 175 MW) in Ar Pradesh by M/s Tato Hydro Power Pvt Ltd (THPPL) 6. Talong Londa H.E. Project (225MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s GMR Londa HPP Ltd. 7. Naying H.E. Project (1000MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s Naying DHC Power Ltd. 8. Demwe Upper H.E. Project (1140MW)in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s Lohit Urja Pvt. 9. Tawang Stage I H.E.P. ( 3 x 250 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by NHPC Ltd. 10. Tawang Stage II H.E.P. ( 4 x 250MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by NHPC Ltd. 11. Vyasi H.E. Project (2x60MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s UJVNL. 12. Devsari HE Project (3 x 84 MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s SJVNL. 13. Dagmara H.E. Project (5x25MW) in Bihar by M/s BSHPC. 14. Lakhwar Multipurpose Project (1000MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s UJVNL. 15. Shongtong Karcham H.P. Project (450 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s HPP Corpn.Ltd. 16. Bogudiyar Sirkari Bhyol H.E .Project (2x73 MW) in Utrakhd by M/s Goriganga Hydro Power Pvt. Ltd. 17. Jelum Tamak (4x32MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s THDC. 18. Kishau Multipurpose Project (660MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s UJVNL. 19. Baglihar Stage-II H.E. Project (3x150 MW) in J&K by State Power Dev. Corpn. 20. Nand Prayag-Langasu H.E. Project (4x25MW) in Uttarakhand by M/s UJVN Ltd. 21. Tiuni Plasu H.E.P. ( 3 x 24 MW) in Uttarakhand byM/s UJVN Ltd a) 1. 2. 3. b) 1. 2.

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CHECKING AND FINALIZATION OF QUANTITIES OF CIVIL WORKS OF HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECTS

CHECKING & FINALIZATION OF PHASING OF COST OF CIVIL WORKS OF HYDROELECTRIC PROJECTS.


a) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. b) 1. 2. 3.

N.E. REGION Nyamjang Chhu H.E. Project (6x130MW) in Ar. Pradesh by M/s Bhilwara Energy Ltd (M/s BEL) Nafra H.E. Project (2 x 60 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s SEW Nafra Power Corporation Pvt. Ltd. Panan H.E.Project (300MW) in Sikkim By M/s HHEPL OTHER REGION Kutehr H.E. Project (3 x 80 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s JSW Energy Limited. Bajoli Holi H.E. Project (600MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s GMR.

N.E. Region Nafra H.E. Project (2 x 48 MW) in Arunachal Pradesh by M/s Sew Nafra Power Corp. Pvt. Ltd. Nyamjang Chhu H.E. Project (6x130 MW) in Ar. Pradesh by M/s Bhilwara Energy Ltd (M/s BEL) Panan H.E.Project (300MW) in Sikkim by M/s HHEPL. Teesta Stage-IV H. E. Project (4 x 130 MW) in Sikkim by M/s NHPC Ltd. Revised Phasing of Nyamjang Chhu H.E. P. (6x130 MW) in Ar. Pradesh by M/s Bhilwara Energy Ltd. Other Region Kutehr H.E. Project (3 x 80 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by M/s JSW Energy Limited. Sainj H.P. Project (2x50 MW) in Himachal Pradesh by H.P. Power Corpn. Ltd. Baglihar Stage II (450 MW) in Jammu by State Power Dev. Corpn., Govt.of J&K.
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Name of state/SEB/Utility NTPC NHPC PGCIL NEEPCO NPCIL 0.93 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh 0.02 0.01 Assam 46.52 Bihar 15.68 1.86 Gujarat Goa 0.01 HImachal Pradesh -0.39 0.03 37.85 Jammu & Kashmir 39.22 17.87 Karnataka(KPTCL) Kerala 0.05 Maharashtra 0.06 7.17 Manipur 0.29 5.83 Meghalaya 1.34 61.52 Mizoram 0.10 1.31 Nagaland 4.51 9.23 9.78 Rajasthan 1.50 Rajasthan Discom 0.03 Sikkim -0.01 Tamilnadu 0.53 Tripura 7.73 -5.96 Uttar Pradesh -9.61 Uttarakhand WBSEB 2341.47 18.43 DELHI(DESU) 55.97 0.01 Dadra Nagar & Silvasa Chattisgarh(CSEB) -0.01 1.82 Chandigarh (UT) 3.41 1.88 Daman & DIU -3.56 Pondichery 0.14 Jharkhand MEA(PowerNepal) 3.85 M/s NFL B.S.L. ProjS/Nagar Beas Project talwara 2341.47 13.02 81.16 Total 110.62 132.15 * Based on the information received from CPSUs up to 31-03-2011

NLC SJVNL BBMB THDC NHDC TOTAL 31.26 32.19 0.03 46.52 19.41 1.86 0.01 0.39 0.15 0.12 6.80 8.72 92.59 246.67 264.54 74.48 74.53 0.06 13.29 62.86 1.41 13.74 37.47 48.75 1.32 1.35 -0.01 680.96 680.43 7.73 -15.57 0.11 0.11 15.94 9.34 2425.21 0.01 -0.01 229.48 0.94 235.65 1.88 14.25 10.69 2861.73 3.85 0.01 0.01 0.15 0.15 0.03 0.03 0.00 274.33 20.55 0.00 6901.65 1047.09

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Small Industry Medium Indus- Large Industry Heavy Industry Heavy Industry 10KW try 1000KW 10000KW (33KV) 60%L.F. (1500 KWh/ 50KW 60%L.F. 20000KW Month) (7500 KWh/ 60%L.F. (438000 KWh/ (4380000 KWh/ Month) Month) Month) (8760000 KWh/ Month) Railway Traction 12500KW (25000000 KWh/ Month)

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Uttarakhand West Bengal

484.38 295.31 486.30 463.83 452.11 503.37 U 429.21 R 390.48 493.94

521.66 B 484.93 C 483.99 295.25 486.30 462.61 503.37 U 429.21 R 390.48 493.94

484.93 C 469.94 295.25 472.01 453.24 452.11 429.15 U 461.11 390.48 463.52

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1. 2. 3. 01.07.2009 01.02.2009 221.45 282.61 307.71 486.00 468.72 488.88 487.73

4. 5. 01.09.2009 129.86 163.50 203.09 180.00 436.67 436.67 234.92 242.40 379.73 380.07 01.11.2006

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Domestic Domestic Domestic Commer- Commer- Commer- Commer- Agricul- Agricul- Agricul4KW 1KW 10KW cial 2KW cial 10KW cial 30KW cial 50KW ture 2HP ture 5HP ture 10HP (400 (300 (1500 (7500 (400 (1000 (2000 (100 (1000 (4500 KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ KWh/ Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) Month) 624.70 30.75 238.50 396.63 492.25 593.50 619.50 623.83 33.75 29.75 340.00 441.50 475.00 558.33 558.33 564.18 271.19 271.19 373.65 564.18 243.80 U 395.38 515.87 U 500.08 499.33 124.00 U 124.00 U 124.00 U 321.98 503.85 140.45 R 166.07 R 74.00 R 74.00 R 74.00 R 460.02 460.24 110.00 187.40 230.63 368.90 403.35 460.20 110.00 110.00 437.83 U 554.83 U 617.83 U 660.66 703.16 55.00 706.50 703.72 55.00 55.00 353.83 R 463.83 R 526.53 R 463.44 481.00 367.40 422.10 481.00 481.00 481.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 380.13 210.38 61.00 436.67 52.00 0.00 73.74 217.50 206.25 61.00 52.00 0.00 73.74 240.00 133.44 167.19 102.00 0.00 126.50 133.44 167.19 102.00 0.00 119.00

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161.00 U 107.00 R 292.43 D 292.43 E 281.93 F 187.00 386.20 U 374.80 R 277.94 265.00 135.20 320.20 417.50 U 390.25 120.00 369.00 U 124.00 R 230.00 272.59 U 261.17 R 449.79 D 436.67 E 418.29 F 398.89 562.19 U 526.56 R 445.40 352.50 247.00 447.25 396.88 U R 216.25 384.00 U 124.00 R 218.75 434.66 U 422.36 R 570.52 D 527.47 E 507.52 F 517.61 592.24 U 555.85 R 598.72 393.00 286.00 483.22 392.75 U 363.81 269.50 393.00 U 124.00 R 216.50 556.06 U 551.14 R 707.53 D 702.28 E 654.33 F 918.83 602.45 543.02 596.06 544.33 443.04 550.10 554.00 358.53 607.60 505.67 U 232.33 R 375.00 624.11 U 623.73 R

436.67 U 136.33 R 688.63 D 683.38 E 639.63 F 775.83 601.04 541.75 530.88 511.00 384.80 550.10 556.67 R 602.00 505.67 U 232.33 R 375.00 471.41 U 469.61 R

710.68 D 705.43 E 656.78 F 952.17 602.69 543.24 781.58 549.89 452.75 550.10 555.78 R 608.53 505.67 U 232.33 R 436.76 645.99 U 645.86 R

608.72 505.67 U 232.33 R 436.76 650.36 U 650.29 R

711.31 D 706.06 E 657.27 F 952.17 602.74 543.28 781.58 551.00 454.69 550.10 556.13

0.00 224.00 U 91.50 R 85.00 164.15

0.00 224.00 U 91.50 R 85.00 162.68

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Tripura 01-07-2006 336.67 A & N Islands 01-03-2008 407.33 Chandigarh 01-08-2005 387.00 360.70 360.70 350.21 Dadra & 01-08-2008 253.40 319.08 320.11 Nagar Haveli 32. Daman & Diu 01-09-2008 250.00 282.34 279.97 281.00 Delhi BYPL/ 33. 07-06-2009 560.00 572.35 561.13 561.13 561.13 514.22 BRPL/NDPL 34. Delhi NDMC 01-07-2009 426.65 426.65 524.07 524.07 512.03 512.65 at 11KV 35. Lakshadweep 01-09-2004 330.00 330.00 36. Puducherry 16-04-2002 238.00 247.60 307.84 319.92 37. Torrent Power Ltd. 01-02-2009 487.13 536.80 503.40 503.40 (Ahmedabad) 38. Kolkata (CESC) 01-04-2007 416.87 522.91 491.48 491.48 462.13 422.78 D.V.C. (A) 39. 01-09-2000 428.99 428.99 415.15 516.16 at 33KV Bihar Area (B) West Bengal 453.65 453.65 438.65 497at 132KV.27 Area 40. Durgapur Projects Ltd. 01-04-2007 292.23 324.04 354.31 354.31 337.06 393.41 at 25KV 41. Mumbai (B.E.S.T) 01-06-2009 788.26 984.85 753.78 753.78 Mumbai (Reliance 01-06-2009 764.55 997.31 795.80 795.80 Energy) Mumbai (TATA'S) 01-06-2009 502.75 675.90 537.18 537.18 537.71 33/22/11/6.6KV B : Continuous Supply Areas C : Non-Continuous Supply Areas D : Bangalore, Devangere & Other City Municipal Corp. U : Urban R : Rural O : Other Areas Tariffs notified have varrying parameters for tariff in respect of various categories of consumers.The above comparision is for certain assumed loads and electricity consumption levels in a month.

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Arunachal Pradesh 01.04.2009 Goa 01.04.2002 Manipur 03.09.2002 Mizoram 01.06.2006 Nagaland 01.04.2006 Sikkim 01.01.2009 Tripura 01.07.2006 A & N Islands 01.03.2008 Chandigarh 01-08-2005 Dadra & Nagar 01.08.2008 204.00 248.33 268.56 55.00 31. Haveli 130.00 172.50 265.67 269.13 55.00 55.00 01.09.2008 248.33 268.56 32. Daman & Diu 130.00 204.00 269.13 55.00 172.50 265.67 55.00 55.00 DelhiBYPL/ 33. BRPL/NDPL 07.06.2009 282.45 439.95 602.00 551.60 551.60 167.45 351.75 602.00 167.45 167.45 329.70 34. Delhi NDMC 01.07.2009 159.60 254.10 463.40 526.40 526.40 526.40 35. Lakshadweep 01.09.2004 87.50 221.88 268.75 406.67 465.33 475.11 477.07 36. Puducherry 16.04.2002 55.00 113.75 150.50 264.17 312.83 320.94 322.57 20.67 0.00 19.83 Torrent Power 526.68 37. 01.02.2009 430.15 493.04 614.93 676.84 684.08 685.53 396.64 396.64 396.64 Ltd. (Ahmedabad) 572.64 622.19 650.26 38. Kolkata ( CESC ) 01.04.2009 306.84 496.98 483.38 654.25 D.V.C. (A) Bihar 01.09.2000 39. Are (B) West Bengal Area 336.52 338.70 79.39 ^ 40. Durgapur 01.04.2009 227.50 299.61 316.53 311.45 338.34 79.39 ^ 79.39 ^ Proj. Ltd. Mum41. 324.01 523.59 773.07 744.28 933.71 1234.64 1234.64 bai(B.E.S.T) Mumbai 812.78 01.06.2009 831.66 1237.52 1237.52 150.90 303.51 558.34 891.93 150.90 150.90 (Rel. Energy) Mumbai ( 01.06.2009 504.17 231.41 370.01 548.63 503.89 682.88 682.88 TATA'S ) D : Bangalore, Devangere & Other City Municipal Corp. E : Areas under other local bodies F : Areas under Village Panchayats U : Urban R: Rural ^ TOD tariff from 23:00 hrs to 06:00 hrs for Durgapur Projects Ltd., Tariffs notified have varrying parameters for tariff in respect of various categories of consumers.The above comparision is for certain assumed loads and electricity consumption levels in a month.

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SECTOR/ORGANISATION CENTRAL SECTOR APCPL DVC K.B.U.N.L NEEPCO. NLC NSPCL NTPC Ltd. RGPPL TOTAL CENTRAL SECTOR STATE SECTOR HPGCL IPGPCL JKPDC PSEB RRVUNL UPRVUNL CSPGCL GMDCL GSECL GSEGL MAHAGENCO MPPGCL APGENCO KPCL KSEB PPCL TNEB A&N ADM BSEB DPL JSEB OPGC TVNL WBPDC APGPCL MPDC TRIPURA TOTAL STATE SECTOR

All INDIA/SECTOR-WISE/ORGANISATION-WISE GENERATION TARGET/ACTUAL GENERATION FOR THE YEAR 2010-11


TARGET (MU) 354 21761 578 2311 17113.7 1314 216967.41 9600 269999.11 17959.78 6731 0 18409 26288.93 23082.6 12540 1568 29275.99 1180.36 52814.2 18840 29023 15035 500 255 24088 310 4314 2292 3152.97 2755 24700.73 1453.08 0 524 317093 ACTUAL (MU) 131.55 16549.86 319.57 2477.97 17879.32 4017.92 220522.18 11876.85 273775.22 15567.88 4491.66 14.13 18324.82 23441.92 21556.78 13875.87 1171.41 27165.45 1022.81 43043.2 15695.55 29441.12 11974.09 335.23 195.45 20521.02 86.76 220.44 1608.53 675.89 3184.72 2453.89 22400.59 1296.06 0 669.32 280435 PLF %

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Item 10.2 (1/4)

65.12 16.58 80.75 91.73 88.27 85.12 76.48 66.08 79.84 79.24 60.43 88.99 53.49 68.2 59.03 61.1 80.49 63.02 73.36 8.12 26.61 10.02 86.56 66.7 62.52 66.7

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SECTOR/ORGANISATION PRIVATE SECTOR PVT.UTILITY CESC RIL (DAHANU) TATA PCL TOR. POW. (AECO) TOTAL PVT. SEC. UTILITY PVT.IPPs ABAN POWR APL BELLARY BSES(C) BSES(P) DPSCLTD ESSAR GAUTAMI GIPCL GMR ENERG GTE CORP GVKP&IL JPL JSWEL JSWEL KONA KONDAPALI LANCO LAPPL LVS POWER MADURAI P NDPL PENNA PPNPGCL RELIANCE RPSCL RWPL (JSW) SAMALPATI SEL SPGL ST-CMSECP TATA PCL TOR. POW. (SUGEN) UPCL

TARGET (MU) 8718 4200 10440 3886.18 27244.18 735 4408.26 120 800 1445 2000 2438.8 3739.71 1350 4889.47 3000 8026 4954.6 1655.7 1941.41 4045.47 2694.24 0 250 650 243.7 325 2259 330.21 2694.24 1720.05 650 2095.2 1367 1809 2846 6030.86 774.65

ACTUAL (MU) 8756.39 4423.67 9530.14 3614.95 26325 820.38 7621.73 100.1 223.05 1427.37 100.98 1443.7 3331.07 3478.83 960.49 3667.45 3094.23 8596.92 7226.89 1864.99 2350.49 4177.45 3706.56 0 44.44 353.22 88.8 370.17 2494.06 292.28 2873.17 961.15 377.75 937.31 1464.36 1796.99 2843.17 8216.99 1656.95

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77.79 101.0 64.92 84.03 76.7 86.14 38.42 79.44 98.14 95.93 83.22 74.54

61.79 51.93 82.05 80.82


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SECTOR/ORGANISATION VASAVI VEMAGIRI WPCL TOTAL PVT. SEC. IPP PVT. IPPS IMPORT GIPCL ICCL NALCO TOTAL PVT. SEC. IMP. TOTAL IPP & IMPORT TOTAL PVT. SECTOR NUCLEAR KAIGA KAKRAPARA MADRAS A.P.S. NARORA A.P.S. RAJASTHAN A.P.S. TARAPUR TOTAL NUCLEAR HYDRO CENTRAL SECTOR BBMB DVC NEEPCO. NHDC NHPC SJVNL THDC TOTAL CENTRAL SECTOR STATE SECTOR HPSEB JKPDC PSEB RRVUNL UJVNL UPJVNL CSPGCL GSECL MAHAGENCO MPPGCL SSNNL APGENCO

TARGET (MU) 1092 2430 75810.57 320 390 0 710 76520.57 103764.8 3046 1290 1800 1523 7030 7311 22000 9275 315 2787 3200 16668 6500 2897 41642 1615 3136 3415 725 4621 1272 310 676 3609 2487 2403 8175

ACTUAL (MU) 874.6 2815.56 1100.33 83754 260.25 263.97 194.97 719.19 84473.2 110798 3873.07 1446.12 2239.25 1886.47 7704.54 9116.95 26266.4 11273.43 115 2603.19 3197.72 18603.45 7140.09 3116.03 46048.91 1738.59 3552.2 4190.82 390.14 4750.91 700 125.21 575.53 4461.21 1700.25 3588.78 8009.58

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Item 10.2 (3/4

64.66 83.47

83.47 80.68 64.57 37.52 58.10 48.94 74.54 74.34 65.40

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SECTOR/ORGANISATION KPCL KSEB TNEB JSEB OHPC WBSEDCL APGPCL MEGEB TOTAL STATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR UTILITY BHANDARDHARA HPS STBHIRA HPS BHIRA PSS HPS BHIVPURI HPS BUDHIL HPS KHOPOLI HPS TOTAL PRIVATE SECTOR UTILITIES PVT.IPPs ALLAIN DUHANGAN HPS BASPA HPS CHUJACHAN HPS KARCHAM WANGTOO HPS MAHESHWAR HPS MALANA HPS MALANA-II HPS VISHNU PRAYAG HPS TOTAL PVT SEC. IPPs TOTAL PVT. SECTOR

TARGET (MU) 11867 6905 4935 152 5679 998 415 595 63990 58 883 0 300 120 267

ACTUAL (MU) 10746.89 6801.62 4957.52 3.46 4754.25 1129.99 406.78 283.23 62866.96 56.71 318.14 557.2 198.88 0 236.1

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1628 614 1213 0 340 150 1775 4092 5720

1367.03 144.1 1474 0 0 0 333.64 0 2022.72 3974.46 5341.49

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INSTALLED CAPACITY (IN MW) OF POWER UTILITIES IN THE STATES/UTS LOCATED IN NORTHERN REGION INCLUDING ALLOCATED SHARES IN JOINT & CENTRAL SECTOR UTILITIES
State Ownership Sector Coal Thermal 1050.40 71.50 207.61 1329.51 25.00 0.00 535.29 560.29 0.00 0.00 61.88 61.88 175.00 0.00 129.14 304.14 25.00 0.00 263.92 288.92 443.80 0.00 221.23 665.03 0.00 0.00 549.97 549.97 0.00 0.00 69.35 69.35 0.00 0.00 15.32 15.32 290.35 1719.20 71.50 2344.06 4134.76 Gas Diesel Total Thermal Modewise breakup Nuclear Hydro RES ** (Renewable) ( MNRE ) 0.00 0.00 617.12 617.12 884.51 0.00 458.67 1343.18 393.60 578.00 765.34 1736.94 780.00 0.00 733.03 1513.03 2230.23 0.00 754.66 2984.89 987.96 0.00 496.84 1484.80 524.10 0.00 1176.32 1700.42 1252.15 400.00 304.03 1956.18 0.00 0.00 48.74 48.74 437.45 7052.55 978.00 5792.20 13822.75 0.00 2.05 0.00 2.05 70.10 35.80 0.00 105.90 375.39 0.00 0.00 375.39 129.33 0.00 0.00 129.33 243.20 86.05 0.00 329.25 30.25 1437.54 0.00 1467.79 23.30 586.38 0.00 609.68 134.12 12.05 0.00 146.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1005.69 2159.86 0.00 3165.55

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NORTHREN REGION State Private Delhi Central Sub-Total State Private Haryana Central Sub-Total State Private Himachal Central Sub-Total State Jammu & Private Kashmir Central Sub-Total State Private Punjab Central Sub-Total State Private Rajasthan Central Sub-Total State Uttar Private Central Pradesh Sub-Total State Private Uttranchal Central Sub-Total State Private Chandigarh Central Sub-Total Central - Unallocated Total State Northern Private Region Central Grand Total

385.00 0.00 3346.46 3731.46 3410.00 0.00 452.99 3862.99 0.00 0.00 118.30 118.30 0.00 0.00 263.70 263.70 2630.00 0.00 578.19 3208.19 3615.00 270.00 899.48 4784.48 4072.00 600.00 2589.84 7261.84 0.00 0.00 261.26 261.26 0.00 0.00 27.09 27.09 713.19 14112.00 870.00 9250.50 24232.50

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.92 0.00 0.00 3.92 0.13 0.00 0.00 0.13 8.94 0.00 0.00 8.94 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 12.99 0.00 0.00 12.99

1435.40 71.50 3554.07 5060.97 3438.92 0.00 988.28 4427.20 0.13 0.00 180.18 180.31 183.94 0.00 392.84 576.78 2655.00 0.00 842.11 3497.11 4058.80 270.00 1120.71 5449.51 4072.00 600.00 3139.81 7811.81 0.00 0.00 330.61 330.61 0.00 0.00 42.41 42.41 1003.54 15844.19 941.50 11594.56 28380.25

0.00 0.00 122.08 122.08 0.00 0.00 109.16 109.16 0.00 0.00 34.08 34.08 0.00 0.00 77.00 77.00 0.00 0.00 208.04 208.04 0.00 0.00 573.00 573.00 0.00 0.00 335.72 335.72 0.00 0.00 22.28 22.28 0.00 0.00 8.84 8.84 129.80 0.00 0.00 1620.00 1620.00

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1435.40 73.55 4293.27 5802.22 4393.53 35.80 1556.11 5985.44 769.12 578.00 979.60 2326.72 1093.27 0.00 1202.87 2296.14 5128.43 86.05 1804.81 7019.29 5077.01 1707.54 2190.55 8975.10 4619.40 1186.38 4651.85 10457.63 1386.27 412.05 656.92 2455.24 0.00 0.00 99.99 99.99 1570.79 23902.43 4079.36 19006.76 46988.55

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WESTERN REGION State 0.00 Private 0.00 Goa Central 283.03 Sub-Total 283.03 State 0.00 Private 0.00 Daman & Diu Central 21.04 Sub-Total 21.04 State * 4220.00 Private 2630.00 Gujarat Central 1628.89 Sub-Total 8478.89 State 2807.50 Madhya Private 0.00 Central 1552.60 Pradesh Sub-Total 4360.10 State 2060.00 Private 1600.00 Chhatisgarh Central 804.00 Sub-Total 4464.00 State 7295.00 Private 2905.00 Maharastra Central 2138.05 Sub-Total 12338.05 State 0.00 Dadra & Private 0.00 Nagar Central 25.04 Haveli Sub-Total 25.04 Central - Unallocated 1025.35 State 16382.50 Total Private 7135.00 western Central 7478.00 Region Grand Total 30995.50 SOUTHERN REGION State 4592.50 Andhra Private 0.00 Central 2569.58 Pradesh Sub-Total 7162.08 State 2220.00 Private 1460.00 Karnataka Central 1160.87 Sub-Total 4840.87 State 0.00 Private 0.00 Kerala Central 805.83 Sub-Total 805.83

State

Ownership Sector

Coal

Thermal 0.00 48.00 0.00 48.00 0.00 0.00 4.20 4.20 892.72 2577.50 424.27 3894.49 0.00 0.00 257.18 257.18 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 672.00 180.00 2623.93 3475.93 0.00 0.00 27.10 27.10 196.91 1564.72 2805.50 3533.59 7903.81 0.00 3098.40 0.00 3098.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 174.00 359.58 533.58 Gas

Diesel

0.00 36.80 0.00 36.80 127.92 106.50 0.00 234.42 234.60 21.84 0.00 256.44

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 17.28 0.20 0.00 17.48 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 17.28 0.20 0.00 17.48

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Modewise breakup Nuclear

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Hydro RES ** (Renew( MNRE ) able) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 772.00 0.00 0.00 772.00 1703.66 0.00 1520.00 3223.66 120.00 0.00 0.00 120.00 2884.84 447.00 0.00 3331.84 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5480.50 447.00 1520.00 7447.50 3695.53 0.00 0.00 3695.53 3599.80 0.00 0.00 3599.80 1881.50 0.00 0.00 1881.50 0.05 30.00 0.00 30.05 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 29.90 1970.57 0.00 2000.47 26.76 240.40 0.00 267.16 19.05 231.90 0.00 250.95 269.23 2540.10 0.00 2809.33 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 344.99 5012.97 0.00 5357.96 193.83 573.16 0.00 766.99 667.15 1949.04 0.00 2616.19 145.83 0.03 0.00 145.86 Item 10.4 (2/6 Grand Total

vkbZ-,l-vks- % 9001-2000

0.00 48.00 283.03 331.03 0.00 0.00 25.24 25.24 5130.00 5207.70 2053.16 12390.86 2807.50 0.00 1809.78 4617.28 2060.00 1600.00 804.00 4464.00 7967.00 3085.00 4761.98 15813.98 0.00 0.00 52.14 52.14 1222.26 17964.50 9940.70 11011.59 38916.79 4592.50 3135.20 2569.58 10297.28 2347.92 1566.50 1160.87 5075.29 234.60 195.84 1165.41 1595.85

0.00 0.00 25.80 25.80 0.00 0.00 7.38 7.38 0.00 0.00 559.32 559.32 0.00 0.00 273.24 273.24 0.00 0.00 47.52 47.52 0.00 0.00 690.14 690.14 0.00 0.00 8.46 8.46 228.14 0.00 0.00 1840.00 1840.00 0.00 0.00 275.78 275.78 0.00 0.00 254.86 254.86 0.00 0.00 95.60 95.60

0.05 78.00 308.83 386.88 0.00 0.00 32.62 32.62 5931.90 7178.27 2612.48 15722.65 4537.92 240.40 3603.02 8381.34 2199.05 1831.90 851.52 4882.47 11121.07 6072.10 5452.12 22645.29 0.00 0.00 60.60 60.60 1450.40 23789.99 15400.67 14371.59 53562.25 8481.86 3708.36 2845.36 15035.58 6614.87 3515.54 1415.73 11546.14 2261.93 195.87 1261.01 3718.81

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State Ownership Sector Thermal Gas 523.20 503.10 0.00 1026.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32.50 0.00 0.00 32.50 0.00 555.70 3775.50 359.58 4690.78 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 90.00 90.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 90.00 190.00 Total Thermal Modewise breakup Nuclear 0.00 0.00 524.00 524.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.28 19.28 150.48 0.00 0.00 1320.00 1320.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Hydro RES ** (Renewable) ( MNRE ) 2122.20 0.00 0.00 2122.20 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11299.03 0.00 0.00 11299.03 0.00 0.00 129.43 129.43 130.00 0.00 70.93 200.93 977.00 0.00 139.30 1116.30 0.00 0.00 193.26 193.26 2061.92 0.00 105.01 2166.93 0.00 0.00 75.27 75.27 0.00 3168.92 0.00 713.20 3882.12 89.55 5723.06 0.00 5812.61 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.03 0.00 1096.36 8245.31 0.00 9341.67 Grand Total

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State Private Tamil Nadu Central Sub-Total State Private NLC Central Sub-Total State Private Pondicherry Central Sub-Total Central - Unallocated Total State Southern Private Region Central Grand Total EASTERN REGION State Private Bihar Central Sub-Total State Jharkhand Private Central Sub-Total State Private West Bengal Central Sub-Total State Private DVC Central Sub-Total State Private Orissa Central Sub-Total State Private Sikkim Central Sub-Total Central - Unallocated Total State Eastern Private Region Central Grand Total

Coal 2970.00 250.00 2398.66 5618.66 0.00 0.00 100.17 100.17 0.00 0.00 212.31 212.31 1142.58 9782.50 1710.00 8390.00 19882.50 530.00 0.00 1194.70 1724.70 1190.00 360.00 228.88 1778.88 4780.00 1341.38 805.96 6927.34 0.00 0.00 3755.60 3755.60 420.00 1200.00 1512.10 3132.10 0.00 0.00 74.10 74.10 1355.16 6920.00 2901.38 8926.50 18747.88

Diesel 0.00 3493.20 411.66 1164.76 0.00 2398.66 411.66 7056.62 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.17 0.00 100.17 0.00 32.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 212.31 0.00 244.81 0.00 1142.58 362.52 10700.72 576.80 6062.30 0.00 8749.58 939.32 25512.60 0.00 530.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1194.70 0.00 1724.70 0.00 1190.00 0.00 360.00 0.00 228.88 0.00 1778.88 12.06 4892.06 0.14 1341.52 0.00 805.96 12.20 7039.54 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3845.60 0.00 3845.60 0.00 420.00 0.00 1200.00 0.00 1512.10 0.00 3132.10 5.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 74.10 5.00 79.10 0.00 1355.16 17.06 7037.06 0.14 2901.52 0.00 9016.50 17.20 18955.08

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58.30 588.30 9.50 9.50 0.00 1324.13 67.80 1921. 4.05 1324.05 0.00 360.00 0.00 299.81 4.05 1983.86 143.90 6012.96 17.15 1358.67 0.00 945.26 161.05 8316.89 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4038.86 0.00 4038.86 79.63 2561.55 0.00 1200.00 0.00 1617.11 79.63 5378.66 47.11 52.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 149.37 47.11 201.48 0.00 1355.16 332.99 10538.97 26.65 2928.17 0.00 9729.70 359.64 23196.84

5704.95 6887.82 2922.66 15515.43 0.00 0.00 100.17 100.17 32.50 0.03 231.59 264.12 1293.06 23096.11 14307.61 10069.58 47473.30

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Energy Saved is Energy Generated

State 60.00 239.00 20.69 319.69 0.00 Private 0.00 24.50 0.00 24.50 0.00 Assam Central 0.00 177.82 0.00 177.82 0.00 Sub-Total 60.00 441.32 20.69 522.01 0.00 State 0.00 0.00 15.88 15.88 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Arunachal Pradesh Central 0.00 21.05 0.00 21.05 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 21.05 15.88 36.93 0.00 State 0.00 0.00 2.05 2.05 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Meghalaya Central 0.00 25.96 0.00 25.96 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 25.96 2.05 28.01 0.00 State 0.00 148.50 4.85 153.35 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Tripura Central 0.00 33.34 0.00 33.34 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 181.84 4.85 186.69 0.00 State 0.00 0.00 45.41 45.41 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Manipur Central 0.00 25.96 0.00 25.96 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 25.96 45.41 71.37 0.00 State 0.00 0.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Nagaland Central 0.00 19.19 0.00 19.19 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 19.19 2.00 21.19 0.00 State 0.00 0.00 51.86 51.86 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Mizoram Central 0.00 16.28 0.00 16.28 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 16.28 51.86 68.14 0.00 Central - Unallocated 0.00 55.40 0.00 55.40 0.00 Total State 60.00 387.50 142.74 590.24 0.00 North- Eastern Private 0.00 24.50 0.00 24.50 0.00 Region Central 0.00 375.00 0.00 375.00 0.00 Grand Total 60.00 787.00 142.74 989.74 0.00 INSTALLED CAPACITY (IN MW) OF POWER UTILITIES IN THE ISLANDS State 0.00 0.00 40.05 40.05 0.00 Private 0.00 0.00 20.00 20.00 0.00 Andaman & Nicobar Central 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Sub-Total 0.00 0.00 60.05 60.05 0.00

Ownership Sector

Coal

Thermal Gas

Diesel

Total Hydro\ RES ** Nuclear Thermal (Renewable) ( MNRE ) 100.00 0.00 329.72 429.72 0.00 0.00 97.57 97.57 156.00 0.00 74.58 230.58 0.00 0.00 62.37 62.37 0.00 0.00 80.98 80.98 0.00 0.00 53.32 53.32 0.00 0.00 34.31 34.31 127.15 256.00 0.00 860.00 1116.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 27.11 0.00 0.00 27.11 78.83 0.03 0.00 78.86 31.03 0.00 0.00 31.03 16.01 0.00 0.00 16.01 5.45 0.00 0.00 5.45 28.67 0.00 0.00 28.67 36.47 0.00 0.00 36.47 0.00 223.57 0.03 0.00 223.60 5.25 0.10 0.00 5.35

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446.80 24.50 507.54 978.84 94.71 0.03 118.62 213.36 189.08 0.00 100.54 289.62 169.36 0.00 95.71 265.07 50.86 0.00 106.94 157.80 30.67 0.00 72.51 103.18 88.33 0.00 50.59 138.92 182.55 1069.81 24.53 1235.00 2329.34 45.30 20.10 0.00 65.40

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ALL INDIA INSTALLED CAPACITY (IN MW) OF POWER STATIONS LOCATED IN THE REGIONS OF MAIN LAND AND ISLANDS
State Ownership Sector State Private State Thermal Gas 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Modewise breakup Diesel 9.97 0.00 0.00 50.02 20.00 70.02 0.00 9.97 Total Thermal 9.97 0.00 0.00 50.02 20.00 70.02 0.00 9.97 Nuclear Hydro\ RES ** (Renewable) ( MNRE ) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.75 0.00 0.75 5.25 0.85 0.00 6.10 Grand Total

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Coal

lakshadweep

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

9.97 0.75 0.00

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Sub-Total Central Grand Total

10.72 55.27 20.85 76.12 0.00

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State Northern Region Western Region Southern Region Eastern Region Ownership Sector State Private State Thermal 1719.20 2344.06 4134.76 1564.72 2805.50 3533.59 7903.81 3775.50 4690.78 100.00 190.00 387.50 375.00 787.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4327.12 6677.00 6702.23 0.00 24.50 90.00 0.00 359.58 555.70 71.50 Gas Modewise breakup Diesel 12.99 15844.19 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00 12.99 28380.25 17.28 17964.50 17.48 38916.79 0.00 0.14 0.00 0.00 0.00 6062.30 8749.58 7037.06 2901.52 9016.50 590.24 375.00 989.74 50.02 20.00 70.02 0.00 24.50 11011.59 9940.70 11594.56 941.50 Total Thermal Item 10.4 (7/7 Grand Total Hydro\ RES ** (Renewable) ( MNRE ) 7052.55 5792.20 5480.50 1520.00 11299.03 11299.03 7447.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 447.00 978.00 2159.86

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Nuclear

Central Private State

Sub Total Central Private State

24232.50 16382.50 7135.00 7478.00 9782.50 1710.00 19882.50 6920.00 2901.38 18747.88 60.00 0.00 0.00 60.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 47257.00 12616.38 34045.00 0.00 8926.50 8390.00 30995.50

9250.50

870.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

1005.69 23902.43 3165.55 46988.55 5012.97 15400.67 5357.96 53562.25 1096.36 8245.31 14307.61 9341.67 47473.30 332.99 10538.97 26.65 0.00 0.03 0.00 5.25 0.85 0.00 6.10 2928.17 9729.70 1069.81 1235.00 2329.34 55.27 20.85 76.12 0.00 24.53 359.64 23196.84 223.57 223.60 0.00 10069.58 23096.11 0.00 14371.59 344.99 23789.99 0.00 19006.76 4079.36

1620.00 1620.00 1840.00 1840.00 1320.00 1320.00

13822.75

Sub Total Central Private State

362.52 10700.72 576.80 17.06 939.32 25512.60

Sub Total Central

3168.92 3882.12 256.00 860.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 713.20

Sub Total

North Eastern Private Region Central State Private State

142.74 142.74

17.20 18955.08

Sub Total Central Private Total

Islands

50.02 20.00 70.02 0.00

1116.00

Sub Total

ALL INDIA

602.61 52186.73 597.14 19890.52 1199.75 112824.48 0.00 40747.23

27257.00 8885.40

Central

Renewable Energy Sources (RES) include SHP, BG, BP, U&I,Solar and Wind Energy Abbreviation:- SHP=Small Hydro Project, BG=Biomass Gasifier, BP=Biomass Power, U&I=Urban & Industrial Waste Energy Saved is Energy Generated

93918.38 17706.35

4780.00 4780.00

1425.00 15445.67 36761.19 0.00 54412.63

3008.85 82452.58

37567.40 18454.52 173626.40

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Power, RES=Renewable Energy Sources Note :--i) The Hydro generatingstations with installed capacity less than or equal to 25 MW are indicated under RES. ii)The Shares of Sipat TPS(NTPC) are proposed shares. iii) The proportionate distribution of shares in respect of Bhilai TPP ( J V of Bhilai Steel and NTPC) has been done as per tentative allocation communicated by IRP Div.viz 220 MW for NTPC out of 500 MW of Unit I & II and the remaining 280 MW to SAIL- Chhattisgarh (State Sector). iv) The installed capacity figures in respect of RES is based on MNRE email of 22.02.2011 from Ministry of Renewable Energy where cumulative Grid interactive power installed capacity has been indicated as 18842.14MW as on 31.01.2011. ( Reconciliation of installed capacity of Hydro capacity resulted in transfer of 135 MW from conventional to SHP-RES and retrieval of installed capacity of 67.20 from SHP-RES to conventional Hydro has resulted in net addition of 67.8 MW to SHP under RES. Also 30 MW of capacity in the nature of Waste Heat Recovery Power Plant at Goa Energy Private Limited under U&I category of RES Out of this installed capacity due to wind - (374.636 MW) and small hydro (110.79 MW) appearing in captive capacity has been deducted to arrive at installed capacity of utilities in respect of RES(18842.14485.43+67.8+30=18454.52)). v)Units No 5 & 6 of 110 MW each of Dhuwaran TPS have since been retired & the IC (220 MW) has been deleted. vi) The Capacity of The Barge mounted Tanir Bavi Power Station earlier installed and shown in Karnataka is now been shown in Andhara Pradesh(Kakinada) under Pvt. Sector Gas(Prime Mover)as the same has been shifted to Kakinada (A.P) vii) 10% of the Installed capacity of Pragati CCGT which is indicated to be Merchant Power by IRP Div has been included in I/C of Delhi State Sector. viii) Figures at second place of decimal may not tally due to rounding off .

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Sl. Name of No. Scheme River Type Basin Agency Status / Remarks GMR Ltd. 4340 120 100 3000 120 700 300 -

A. Schemes for which DPRs have been prepared

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50000 MW H.E. INITIATIVE Low Tariff HE Schemes under Survey & Investigation / Preparation of DPR in North-Eastern Region
Original I.C. Schedule (MW) for DPR Revised Schedule for DPR

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Project was initially allotted as Talong for 160 MW to NEEPCO. DPR submitted as Londa for 225 MW by M/s. GMR in Oct., 08 which was returned to the Developer in Dec., 2008. PFR was initially prepared by NEEPCO for 60 MW. PFR by Coastal Projects Pvt. Ltd.for 70 MW submitted to state Government and likely to be cleared by February, 2010.

Badao

Arunachal Coastal Projects Kameng ROR Kameng Pradesh Pvt. Ltd.

3 Lohit ROR ROR TOTAL Siang Reliance Energy Ltd. Barak NEEPCO STO Lohit Athena Energy Ventures Pvt. Ltd.

Dibbin

KSK Electricity Arunachal Bichom ROR Kameng Financing India Pradesh Ltd.

Project allotted for IC=125 MW which has been revised to 120 MW. DPR cleared by CEA on 4.12.09.

Demwe

Arunachal Pradesh

5 Siyom

Mawhu Meghalaya Umiew

Project allotted as Demwe with IC=3000 MW.Being developed as two schemes namely Demwe Lower (1750 MW) and Demwe Upper (1800 MW). DPR for Demwe Lower submitted in Aug, 2009 and Concurrence accorded on 20.11.09. DPR is under preparation by NEEPCO for 85 MW.

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DPR submitted in May, 09 returned by CEA on 04.09.09 due to inadequate geological investigations, exploring possibility of relocation of dam site, making provision of desilting chamber & review of high cost/ tariff of project. Revised DPR likely by Mar.,2010.

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230 State MeSEB MeSEB 170 290 57 3/08 9/09 3/09 3/10 3/09 3/11 S&I in Progress 120 6/07 3/11 Survey & Investigation in progress River Status / Remarks Type Basin Agency Original Revised I.C. Schedule Schedule for (MW) for DPR DPR (Item No.11.3) Meghalaya Barak Eta Star Infrastruc-ture Ltd Jai Prakash Associates Ltd. 500 3000 3'09 12/09 TOTAL STATE SECTOR ROR Barak ROR Siang STO Barak Arunachal Siyom Pradesh STO Lohit Mountain Falls Ltd. Under S&I, DPR likely to be completed by April, 2010. S&I completed, DPR likely by Mar., 2010. Arunachal Pradesh Lohit State Govt. wants ROR instead of Storage scheme. Scheme split in two projects viz. Hutang-I (588 MW) & Hutong-II (1250 MW). Hutong-II (1250 MW) allotted to Mountain Falls Ltd. in Nov.'06. DPR schedule to be submitted by 04/'10.Progress behind schedule. Delayed explanation is being called for by State Government. Arunachal Pradesh Lohit 2600 STO Lohit 3'09 Mountain Falls Ltd. 2/10 State Govt. wants ROR instead of Storage scheme. Scheme split in two projects viz. Kalai-I (1450 MW) & Kalai-II (1200MW). Kalai-I (1450 MW) allotted to Mountain Falls Ltd. in Nov.'06 .DPR likely by 07/'10. Progress behind schedule. Delayed explanation is being called for by State Government. Kalai-II (1200 MW) allotted to Reliance Power Ltd. in Mar.'09 .DPR likely by 12/'11. 1000 3/08 7/09 Arunachal Siyom Pradesh ROR Siang 7157 7447 D.S. Constructions Ltd. DPR schedule to be completed by March, 2010. Project is far behind schedule. State Government has served show cause notice to the developer.
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Energy Saved is Energy Generated Original Revised Schedule Schedule for DPR for DPR ROR Kameng Mountain Falls ( India) Ltd. 600 KSK Electricity India Ltd. 600 Yet to be decided 4000 DPR likely by Mar./'10. Progress behind schedule. Delayed explanation is being called for by State Government. Project allotted for 600 MW. S&I in progress, Capacity has been reduced to 480 MW. DPR likely by Nov.,2010. Kameng ROR Dibang DPR likely by Mar., 2012. MOEF accorded clearance in Nov.'09 for preconstruction activities as per the provisions of EIA Notification, 2006. DPR likely by Mar., 2012. MOEF accorded clearance in Nov.'09 for preconstruction activities as per the provisions of EIA Notification, 2006. 500 ROR Dibang Yet to be decided 5700 TOTAL GRAND TOTAL 17487
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Kameng Arunachal Kameng Dam Pradesh

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Etalin

Arunachal Dibang Pradesh

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HYDRO PROJECTS IN NORTH-EASTERN REGION IDENTIFIED FOR BENEFITS DURING 12th PLAN
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of scheme Pare Type ROR ROR ROR STO State Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Assam Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Ar. P Agency NEEPCO Installed Capacity (IC) 1630 120 110 Benefit in 12th. Plan 110

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Schedule of Commissioning 2012-13 2016-17 2014-15 2015-16 & 201718 2016-17 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2017-18 2017-18 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2014-15 2013-14 2016-17 2013-14 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16 2015-16

Demwe Lower Dibbin

Siang Lower Loktak D/S Nyamjunchhu St-I

ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR ROR

Manipur

Jaiprakash Associates Ltd. Bhilwara Energy Ltd Bhilwara Energy Ltd Bhilwara Energy Ltd NHPC NHPC SEW NHPC

KSK Dibbin Hydro Power Pvt. Ltd.

Athena Demwe

1630 120

2700 66 98 97 750 750 160 700 150 60 96 55 70 30 90 8019 96 96 95

1200 66 98 97 750 750 160 700 150 60 96 55 70 30 90 6519 96 96 95

Nyamjunchhu St-II Tawang-I

Nyamjunchhu St-III

10 Tawang-II 12 Nafra

11 Londa(Talong)

GMR Energy Ltd. Reliance Enegy Ltd. Assam GENCO KVK KVK SEW

13 Tato-II 15 Dardu 17 Par

14 Lower Kopili 16 Mago Chhu 18 Rego

19 Saskang Rong 20 Dinchang 21 Nyukcha Rong Chhu 232

Patel Engineering SEW KSK

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S.No. Designation Chief Engineer Chief Engineer Chief Engineer 4th India Japan New & Renewable Energy Seminar To attend the International conference and & Exhibition called INTERSOLAR and visit some of the solar photo voltaic facility To attend Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee Meeting (INC-1)to prepare Global Legally Binding Instrument on Mercury Stockholm Sweden CSLF Financing Round Table Commercial & Financial Structuring of Commercial Scale projects with CCS Washington, USA Name of the Programme Venue

Name

Details of Foreign Tours performed during 2010-11


Duration 06 April 2010 7-11 June 2010 Germany 7-11 June 2010 Japan 27 Sep -1 ct 10 Madrid, Spain Bhutan

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4.

Alok Gupta

6.

Alok Gupta

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S.K. Kassi

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Ram Charan

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Girdhari Lal

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R.K. Pahwa

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