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1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited. 2 Hydro-thermal mix ALL INDIA – 106111 MW as on 1.4.2003 KARNATAKA 6539 MW 1.4.2003 (KPCL+VVNL+IPP+CGS)

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1 1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited

2 2 Hydro-thermal mix ALL INDIA – MW as on KARNATAKA 6539 MW (KPCL+VVNL+IPP+CGS)

3 3 Installed Capacity of Karnataka Installed Capacity of Karnataka- 6539mw Hydro-Thermal Mix of KPCL--Total capacity mw 4

4 4 INSTALLED CAPACITY Thermal Hydel Wind Total KPCL VVNL Central Private Total Total non-conventional : 440 MW (wind+mini hydel+biomass+cogeneration)

5 5 Growth in Installed Capacity - KPCL

6 6 Performance of KPCL Stations Apr - Sep ( ) Total Generation (MU) Thermal (MU) Hydel (MU) Wind Farm (MU) RTPS PLF % 91.09%

7 7 List of projects executed (MW) RTPS - 7X210 = 1470 THERMAL Sharavathy-10x = 1035 Linganamakki-2x27.5 = 55 Nagjhari-3x150+3x135 = 855 Supa-2x50= 100 Varahi-2x115 = 230 Mani Dam-2x4.5= 9 Ghataprabha-2x16 = 32 HYDEL Mallapur-2x4.5 = 9 Mini hydel = 1.75 Bhadra = 39.2 Kadra 3x50 = 150 Kodasalli 3x 40 = 120 Gerusoppa 4 x 60 = 240 Total hydel= Kappatagudda - = WIND Grand total =

8 8 Particulars ( ) Generation (MU) P L F (%) Av. Factor Aux. Cons % Sp.Coal Cons (kg/kwh) Station heat rate Sp. Oil Cons (ml/kwh) PLF - National average - 72% CEA norms for 210 MW units, aux. consumption - 9.5% spec. oil consumption ml/kwh Performance of RTPS

9 9 Particulars ( ) Generation ( Million Units) * 6846** 3469 Total inflows (TMC) Av. Factor % # 85.35# Aux. Cons % Performance of Hydro stations * due to poor monsoon; ** due to worst monsoon# units under R&M

10 10 Employees position Capacity in mws Corporate in Nos. Workmen in Nos. Total in Nos. Hydro Thermal Corporate office Total6811

11 11 DETAILS OF O&M EXPENDITURE, AND ESTABLISHMENT EXPENSES (IN RS CRORES) YearO&M expenditure Establishment expenses HydroRTPSTotal

12 12 Annual availability factor of generating stations in % Hydel Station SGS LPH Bhadra NPH SPH VUGPH MDPH GDPH Kadra KODASALLI GERUSOPPA AVERAGE HYDRO AVERAGE Thermal Kappatagudda wind farm

13 13 Sharavathi & Linganamakki O&M cost (Rs Lakhs) Item Employee cost Administrative & Misc. exp Operation & Maintenance Expenses Corporate Office Exp allocated TOTAL

14 14 Nagjhari & Supa- O&M cost ITEM Employee cost Administrative & Misc. expenses Operation & Maintenan ce Expenses Corporate Office Expenses allocated TOTAL

15 15 Varahi & Mani Dam Power House - O&M cost ITEM Employee cost Administrative & Misc. exp Consumption of Stores & Spares Corporate Office Expenses allocated TOTAL

16 16 For future plant norms justification can be discussed up-front. For existing plant : - There is a need to understand Industry as it exists. - Environment under which it is performing - Norms shall address enabling provision to pull up performance. While wielding carrot/stick care is needed as it may danger the Industry. Salient submission

17 17 Tariff norms shall cover methodology of Tariff fixation of existing plants considering a) capacity of the plant b) Vintage/Technology c) Present level of performance d) Level of redundancy/stock of Insurance spares e) Type of fuel. F) Constraints for improvements g) Possibility of sustenance of the present level of performance Salient submission

18 18 Should spell the - Principle guiding fixation of base level of performance for reward/penalty. Norms shall be dynamic to absorb improvement in performance as Industry matures. - Hence provision for review/revision indicating review period - Shall cover the basic frame structure of Tariff setting Fixed/variable components - Pass through components with reasons Salient submission

19 19 Merit order dispatch: - Present system considers only the variable cost irrespective of fixed cost. - Hence power with high fixed and low variable cost gets dispatched on priority. - Care shall be taken while posting Take or pay commitment for fuel in fixed comportment. - Shall provide for risk mitigation such as for: - Coal - Railways - Monsoon vagaries Salient submission

20 20 Peak & off peak tariff for hydro stations Insurance of hydel assets Impact due to poor receivables Impact of size of hydro plants on: -Availability -Auxiliary consumption Impact of the inheritance of chronic problems on plant availability Salient submission

21 21 ROE - 16%(Post tax) - 80 : 20 Debt- equity - Translates to Net ROE 13.33% SHR Kcal/Kwh or Actuals whichever is lower for 210MW AC - 9% AVF/PLF - 80%/ 75% No LC rebate after due date Operating Norms- Thermal

22 22 AC - 1% for overground 1.5% for underground AVF - 85% Peak an off peak tariff Review for Design Energy Two-part tariff structure Incentives No LC rebate after due date Operating Norms- Hydro

23 23 O & M - Base year (actuals) - Escalation linked to Index - No adjustment factor for improved productivity Operating Norms

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