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2 Hon. Administrator Secretary (Power) I/c E.E.(L& V) Shri B.P.Patel I/c E.E.(Dist) Shri H.M.Patel I/c E.E.(Trans) Shri B.R.Tamboli Ministerial staff.

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Presentation on theme: "2 Hon. Administrator Secretary (Power) I/c E.E.(L& V) Shri B.P.Patel I/c E.E.(Dist) Shri H.M.Patel I/c E.E.(Trans) Shri B.R.Tamboli Ministerial staff."— Presentation transcript:

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2 2 Hon. Administrator Secretary (Power) I/c E.E.(L& V) Shri B.P.Patel I/c E.E.(Dist) Shri H.M.Patel I/c E.E.(Trans) Shri B.R.Tamboli Ministerial staff I/c D.E.(V&L) I/c D.E.(NZ-I)/II I/c D.E.(Trans) I/c D.E.(SZ/ASW) I/c D.E.(Proj) H.C Comm.Acct I/c D.E(comm) J E 5 NosJ E 2 NosJ E 1 No J E 2 NoJ E 1 No Organizational Chart of Electricity Department of UT of D&NH

3 3 3  100% electrification of all the villages.  09 Sub-stations of 66/11 KV  02 Sub-stations of 220/66 KV.  Industrial Load (HT/LT) - 97%. BASIC FACTS

4 4 4 Sr. No. ParticularsNos. of Consumers up to March-2012 Percentage (%) 1.Domestic 3417057.39 2.Commercial 685211.51 3.Agriculture 10481.76 4.L.T. Industry 23063.87 5.H.T. Industry 8301.39 6.Public Lighting 2270.38 7.LIG (Low Income Group) 1411023.70 TOTAL 59543100 Consumer’s Profile

5 5 Category Wise Consumption ( 2011-12 ) Unit SoldPercentage (%) Domestic56.221.326 Commercial27.81o.656 Ind(LT)152.193.59 Ind(HT)3990.294.17 Agri & Poultry3.00.0708 P.L5.120.12 Temp Supply2.60.061 4237.16100%

6 6 Graph of Category wise Consumption (2011-12)

7 7 7 Transmission & Distribution Losses. T & D LOSSES YearUnits Purchased( MUs) Units Sold (MUs) Units Lossed (MUs) % Losses 2009-10359433292657.37 2010-11418438972876.86 2011-12446742052625.87

8 8 8 CTU & GETCO CTU & GETCO DNH Drawl of 570-620 MW Direction of Power Flow Direction of Power Flow 66kV Bhilad Ambheti 220kV Vapi 66kV Industrial Load

9 99 400kVSub-stationVapi-AmbhetiPGCIL (CTU Point) 220kVSub-stationVapi-GETCO 220kVSub-stationBhilad-GETCO 66kVSub-stationDadra-DNH 220kVSub-stationKharadpada-DNH 66kVSub-stationAthal-DNH 66kVSub-stationSilvassa-DNH 220kV 220kVSub-stationKhadoli-DNH Interconnected Lines of GETCO and DNH after commissioning of 400 KV Vapi (PGCIL) Sub-station. 220kV Vapi-Kharadpada CTU Line 66kV S/C Via-IV Phase Vapi-Dadra Line 220kV D/C Line From Ambheti 66kV D/C Bhilad-Silvassa Line 40 MW 50 MW 127 MW 220kV 220kV Vapi (PGCIL)- Khadoli D/C Line D/C Line Kharadpada-Dadra 66 KV Line 66kVSub-stationMasat-DNH 66 KV s/s Rakholi Rakholi 66KV D/C line 66 KV s/s Khadoli Khadoli 66 KV s/s Khanvel Khanvel 66KV line 66KV D/C line 66KV T/C line66kVSub-stationSilli-DNH

10 10 220/66kV Sub-station Vapi, GEB 220/66kV Sub -station Bhilad 66/11kV Sub-station Dadra (85 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Amli (65 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Masat (50 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Rakholi (55 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Khadoli (70 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Khanvel (30 MVA) 220/66kV Sub -station Kharadpada (350 MVA) 66/11kV Sub-station Silli (30 MVA) 220kV Tarapur-Navsari Tr. line 220/66kV S/s 220kV line 66/11kV S/s 66kV Line (Panther) Proposed 220kV line Proposed 66kV line Proposed 220/66kV S/s 400/220kV S/s 66kV proposed S/s References 400/220kV Sub-station PGCIL,Vapi 220/66kV S/s Khadoli 120 A 430 A 595 A 340 A 560 A 395 A (Wolf) 60 A 359 A on both ckt. Stand by 530 A 290 A Proposed 66/11kV, 2x15MVA S/s Kala Proposed 66/11kV, 2x15MVA S/s Piparia Proposed 220kV D/C line (Moose) Proposed 66/11kV, 2x15MVA S/s Waghdhara Proposed 66/11kV, 2x20MVA S/s Athal Proposed 220/66kV, S/s Waghchhipa Proposed LILO Arrangement of 220kV Ambheti-Khadoli line

11 11 Transmission Network 220 KV– 4 circuits from Ambheti (PGCIL) to Kharadpada and Khadoli. 66 KV – 5 circuits 2 Circuits from 220/66 KV Bhilad Sub-station (GETCO) to 66/11 KV Amli Sub-station (DNH). One Circuit from 220/66 KV Bhilad Sub-station (GETCO) to 66/11 KV Masat Sub-station (DNH). 2 circuit from 66/11 KV Vapi IV-Phase Sub-station (GETCO) to 66/11 KV Dadra Sub-station (DNH).

12 12 Description of LineLength in Circuit (in Kms) 220 KV Line (D/C)57 66 KV Line149.60 11 KV Line636.74 L.T Line1785.65 Distribution Transformer Center878 Nos. Transmission & Distribution Network

13 13 Details of Existing 220/66 KV Sub-stations + 66 KV incoming lines from Getco. 220/66 KV Sub-Stations Sr.No.Sub-StationCapacity 1220/66 KV Kharadpada Sub-station4 x 100 = 400 MVA 2220/66 KV Khadoli Sub-station2 x 160 = 320 MVA Total 720 MVA 66 KV Incoming Lines from GETCO. 1From Bhilad 220/66 KV Sub-station (3 Lines)130 MVA 2From Vapi 220/66 KV Sub-station (2 Lines)50 MVA Total180 MVA GRAND TOTAL900 MVA

14 14 SR.NO.SUB-STATIONCAPACITY 1 66/11KV Amli Sub-Station : 3 x 15 + 1 X 20= 65 MVA 2 66/11KV Masat Sub-Station : 2 x 15 + 2 x 20 + 1x10 = 80 MVA 3 66/11KV Rakholi Sub-Station : 1x15+2x20+1x10= 65 MVA 4 66/11 KV Khadoli Sub-Station : 20+5+4x10+2x15=95 MVA 5 66/11KV Dadra Sub-Station : 4x20+1x10= 90 MVA 6 66/11KV Kharadpada Sub-Station : 2x16+1x15+1x20= 67 MVA 7 66/11 KV Silli Sub-Station : 2x 15 + 1 x 20= 50 MVA 8 66/11KV Khanvel Sub-Station : 1x10 + 1x15 = 25 MVA 9 66/11KV Athal Sub-station :2 x 20MVA=40MVA TOTAL577 MVA Details of existing 66/11 KV Sub-stations of Electricity Department

15 15 66 KV Bulk Consumers Consumers : 30 Nos. Contract Demand : 410 MVA

16 16 Sr. No.Line NameConductor Capacity (Amp.) Conductor Type Length of Line (km) 166kV Amli - Dadra Line300Dog5.635 266kV GIDC Vapi - to Dadra Line525Panther4.948 366kV Khadoli - Rakholi Line525Panther9.801 466kV Khadoli - Khanvel Line525Panther4.657 566kV D/C Khadoli - Khanvel Line525Panther0.904 666kV Khadoli - Khanvel Line525Panther1.58 766kV Kharadpada - Khadoli Line525Panther19.399 866kV D/C Bhilad - Amli Line525Panther12.598 966kV Kharadpada - Masat Line525Panther7.592 1066kV Bhilad - Masat Line525Panther13.075 1166kV Kharadpada - Rakholi Line 1525Panther14.213 1266kV Kharadpada - Rakholi Line 2525Panther13.51 1366kV Amli - Silli Line525Panther5.539 1466kV Kharadpada - Dadra Line525Panther12.134 1566kV Masat S/s Tapping (Amli S/s)525Panther7.019 1666kV Masat S/s to EHV Consumer400Wolf4.657 66kV Lines Distribution Network

17 17 Present scenario of power availability and Drawl Allocation of central sector power (peak):- 640 MW (Off-peak) :- 542 MW Allocation of power from Bhilai Power Plant :- 100 MW Unallocated power from Bhilai whenever :- 64 MW available and requisite. Total Connected load:- 1070 MW Peak Demand of power :- 620 MW Average drawl of Power :- 550-620 MW Daily scheduled availability of power :- 550-700 MW from Grid

18 18 Station wise Allocation of Central Sector Power Name of StationPeak Hours (1800 hrs to 2200 hrs) MW Off-peak Hours(0000 to 1800 hrs & 2200hrs to 2400 hrs) MW KSTPS82.3466.66 VSTPS-I59.0647.34 VSTPS-II47.6038.15 VSTPS-III50.1440.57 KGPP80.99 GGPP58.46 SIPAT-II48.1438.57 KAPP15.1712.32 TAPP 3&455.1544.71 KSTPS-728.8323.06 SIPAT-I114.4491.59 Total640.30542.40 However Firm Allocation is only 66.20 MW

19 19 Station wise Allocation of Power (contd…) Name of StationFirm Allocation (MW)Un allocated (MW) Total (MW) NSPCL,Bhilai 10064164 RGPPL Ratnagiri Dabhol 38- TATA POWER(Short Term) 70(Up to Sept 2012)-70 Total272 Total Allocation (MW) Firm 100(Bhilai)+38(RGPPL)+66.20(NTPC) 204.20Total Un allocated Peak Hours708.10912.30 Off-peak Hours610.20814.40

20 20 Short Term Power Purchase from TATA Power 70 MW Since October 2011 @ ` 3.95 per Unit Effective rate after rebate ` 3.86 per Unit Required to be renewed w.e.f. 15.09.2012

21 21 Sr. No. Sub-StationTotal Transformer Installed Capacity Total ExistingProposed 1.220/66 KV720 MVA480 MVA1200 MVA (1116 MW) 2.66/11 KV542 MVA140 MVA725 MVA (674 MW) Total1925 MVA(1790 MW) Existing and Proposed Infrastructure

22 22 Future Power Arrangement for Central Sector Power Allocation Sr. No. Name of Power station Willingness Given MW Allocation of Power MW Expected Date of Commissioning 1. North Karanpura Super Thermal Power station. -8 Yet not Commissioned 2.Kawas & Gandhar Power project-20 Project delayed due to non availability of Gas to NTPC 3.BARH Power station of NTPC100*Delayed 4.Mauda Power station of NTPC50-Delayed 5.Dibang Power Plant100-After 9 years 6.Vindhyachal STPP Stage-IV100- Willingness given PPA signed 7.Solhapur STPP of NTPC100- Willingness given PPA signed 8.UMPP, Chhattisgarh20050 MOP has allocated 50 MW 9.Vindhyachal STPP Stage-V200 Willingness given PPA signed 10Mauda Power station of NTPC=II100 Willingness given PPA signed 11LARA STPP of NTPC100 Willingness given PPA signed

23 23 Sr. No. Name of Power station Demand MW Allocation of Power MW Expected Date of Commissioning 12RGPPL Expansion-II of NTPC100 Willingness given PPA signed 13.Khorba STPP stage –III of NTPC02.2 Ministry has allocated 2.2 MW from this plant of NTPC 14.Kharegon STPP of NTPC100 Willingness given PPA signed 15.Gadawara STPP of NTPC100 Willingness given PPA signed 16.Dhuwaran STPP of NTPC100 Willingness given PPA signed 17.NSPCL Bokaro,Jharkand125 Willingness given PPA signed 18. NSPCL,Jagdishpur UP 125 Willingness given PPA signed 19.UMPP Orissa200-Willingness given Total190080.2 Firm Allocation will be as per Gadgil Formula, done by Ministry of Power

24 The Administration is in a process to procure 200 MW power on Long-Term Basis through bidding. The Administration is also having membership with Indian Energy Exchange for procurement of power by bidding process in case of emergency i.e. on day ahead bidding basis. Future Power Arrangement 24

25 25 Year Actual Drawl Scheduled Drawl Over Drawl 2004-051963.471691.17272.30 2005-062373.861750.99622.87 2006-072717.992239.41478.58 2007-083197.612528.61669.00 2008-093279.572560.96 718.62 2009-103594.003713.58119.58 2010-114183.004380.0057.32 2011-124492.804554.4961.69 Power Drawl (Figures in MUs)

26 26 YearAllocation% Utilization 2007-0817.85100% 2008-0911.00100% 2009-1038.00100% 2010-1126.25100 % 2011-1242.00100% 2012-1352.0019% up to Aug 2012 (` in Crore) Allocation and Expenditure during the 11 th plan period

27 27 Sr. No Name of the project /work /schemesEstimated costBudget allocation during 2012-13 1Interconnecting Transmission line of 220KV from proposed 400KVA Kala sub-station to 220KV Khadoli sub-station ` 13.97 ` 10.00 2Interconnecting line Transmission line of 220KV from proposed 400KVA Kala sub-station to 220KV Kharadpada sub-station ` 19.87 ` 10.00 3Augmentation of 220/66KV Khadoli sub-station from 2 x 160MVA to 3 x 160MVA capacity ` 14.34 ` 5.00 4Establishment of 2 x 160MVA, 220/66KV sub-station at Vaghchipa _ ` 1.00 On going Projects/Future Projects 220/66KV Transmission Division ( ` in crore)

28 28 Sr. No. Name of the project /work /schemesEstimated costBudget allocation during 2012-13 1 Establishment of 66/11KV, sub-station at village Pipariya ` 15.10 ` 5.0 2 Establishment of 66/11KV, sub-station at village Vaghdhara ` 4.97 ` 0.25 3 Establishment of 66/11KV, sub-station at village Velugam ` 9.69 ` 0.50 4 Establishment of 66/11KV, 2 x 20MVA sub-station at village Kala ` 9.95 ` 4.0 5 Erection of incoming and outgoing bay at 66/11KV sub station at Khanvel ` 0.92 ` 0.75 On going Projects/Future Projects 66/11KV Distribution Division ( ` in Crore )

29 29 Sr. No.Name of the project /work /schemesEstimated costBudget allocation during 2012-13 6 Normal Development of HT/LT line,AMR for HT/LT consumers, purchase of meter etc ` 5.75 ` 6.25 7 Construction of New Corporate office building /Office building ` 2.0 8 Scheme for Integrated Solution for electrical Network ` 19.86 ` 5.0 9 Underground Cabling of Silvassa TownTender invited for DPR survey work. Token provision of 1.00 crore Other type on going works of Distribution division ` in Crore

30 30 JERC Commission started its functioning for all Union Territories and Goa State since September,2008 & having its office at Gurgaon, Haryana. The first tariff order of ED-DNH issued by the Commission on 1st November,2010 for the year 2010-11. The second tariff order of ED-DNH issued by the Commission on 13th September,2011 for the year 2011-12 The third tariff order of ED-DNH issued by the Commission on 09.08.2012 for the year 2012-13 along with re-determination of tariff order FY 2011-12 as per the order of Hon’ble APTEL.

31 31 Tariff Structure Energy Usage 2010-112011-122012-13Unit Domestic Category Consumers 0-50 Units1.00 1.10 ` /kWh 51-200 Units 1.60 1.70 ` /kWh 201-400 Units 2.00 2.20 ` /kWh 401 & above2.25 2.50 ` /kWh LIG5.00 ` /Connection

32 32 Tariff Structure Energy Usage2010-112011-122012-13Unit Commercial Category Consumers 1-100 Units2.05 2.25 ` /kWh 101 and above Units 2.70 3.00 ` /kWh Agriculture Category Consumers Load up to 10 HP 0.55 0.65 ` /kWh Load above 10 HP 0.85 ` /kWh Public lighting1.20 1.60 ` /kWh

33 33 Energy Usage2010-112011-122012-13Unit LT Industrial Category Consumers For all Units2.40 3.00 ` /kWh HT industrial Category Consumers Up to 50000Units 2.95 3.70 ` /kWh 50000 to 500000 Units 3.10 3.80 ` /kWh Above 500000 Units 3.15 3.85 ` /kWh Demand Charges 60 75 ` /KVA Tariff Structure

34 34 Energy Usage2010-112011-122012-13Unit HT Industrial Category Consumers (Ferro metallurgical/steel rolling mill) First 300 Units/KVA 2.05 2.70 ` /kWh Next 200 Units/KVA 3.05 3.40 ` /kWh Above 500 Units/KVA 3.55 3.70 ` /kWh Demand Charges 450 500 ` /KVA Tariff Structure

35 35 DNH Power Distribution Corporation Ltd NOC from MHA:- 29 th Sept 2011 NOC from MOP :- 29 th Feb 2012 Incorporation of the company :- 13 th July 2012 1 st board meeting :- 24 th Aug 2012 Grant in Aid :- ` 70 crore Share capital :- ` 40 crore Chairman:_Hon’ble Administrator Managing Director:- Gyanesh Bharti, Secretary (Power) Director:- Smt.Alaka Divan (MD OIDC) Further Actions Required: Transfer notification to be finalized and to be implemented by 01.10.2012 To Prepare logo of the corporation, transfer of assests and employees

36 36 As per the JERC regulation in 2009 the CGRF of UT of DNH has started its functioning from 25.08.2011 Chairman:-Shri Lal Singh (Retd) Member:-Shri T.D. Davda (Retd) JERC appointed member: Shri M.C.Gandhi(Retd) Office Address:-Electricity Department, Amli, Silvassa CGRF

37 37 Open Access As per the JERC open access Regulations 2009, the ED-DNH has notified Short term and Long term procedures. At present there is no any open access customer ED-DNH is in a process to formulate open access charges like transmission /wheeling charges, losses charges, cross sub cidy etc Ministry of Power has directed that the consumers of 1 MW and above demand are deemed to be open access customer and are not under the preview of regulatory regime as per the opinion given by the Ministry of Law and Justice.

38 38 Status of Computerization at present RACE billing software implemented. On line (AMR) reading of bills for 29 bulk 66 KV Consumers. 150 HT Consumers are also installed AMR. Any Time Payment machine (ATP) installed. 8 Post Offices are designated as collection centre. Tender for GIS mapping and Energy Audit for 11 KV feeders is under finalization.

39 39 Future Programme for Computerization All HT Consumers to be installed with AMR by Oct,2012. LT Consumers to be installed with AMR by March,2013. Website is ready, security audit is going on, to be launched in 2 months. Integrated solutions for electricity networking. After computerization of integrated solutions, SMART GRID can be implemented.

40 40 Thank You


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