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1 Problems before Mahavitaran Action Plan, Achievements & Future Plans Towards Reforms

2 Slide 2 Problems before Mahavitaran (June 05) 1. Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW (500MW Chandrapur under long Outage) Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW 2. High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05) High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05) 3. Large Amount of Outstanding Arrears (Rs Cr.) Large Amount of Outstanding Arrears (Rs Cr.) 4. Highly Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure Highly Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure 5. Large Pending Applications for Ag Connections (1.7 Lakhs Paid App) 6. Poor Response to Consumers Poor Response to Consumers 7. Employee Motivation 8. Financial Losses Financial Losses

3 Slide 3 Action Plan to Resolve the Issues MSEDCL’s Mission Statement 10 Point Action Plan Communication Plan Organizational Changes

4 Slide 4 1. Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW A) Load Management Single Phasing : 7800 villages completed – Load Relief : 960 MWSingle Phasing Gaothan feeder Separation : 90 feeders completed- Load Relief : 104 MWGaothan feeder Separation Akshay Prakash Yojana : 4611 Villages, 960 MWAkshay Prakash Yojana Energy Conservation : 4.5 Lakhs CFLs, 9 MW Pune Zero Load Shedding Model Total Load Managed: 2122 MW Action Plan and Achievements in LOAD MANAGEMENTCAPACITY ADDITION PLAN Load Curve for APY & Single Phasing

5 Slide 5 Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW Contd…… B) Capacity Addition Availability Plan Up to FY 12  Plan of MW to meet deficit of MW in 5 years Plan of MW to meet deficit of MW in 5 years MahaGenco – 6178 Central Sector – 2753 Interstate – 591 RGPPL IPP – 3973 Ultra Mega PP – (MW): Mahagenco – 364, Tarapur - 158, NTPC (V’chal, Sipat, K’gaon)– 316, Ghatghar 200, RGPPL – 650: Total 1688 MW  Power Purchase at High Cost Power Purchase at High Cost Total: MW

6 Slide 6 Future Plans (Load Management) Single Phasing Phase II villages with expenditure of Rs. 270Cr. by March 2008 Gaothan Feeder Separation-2500 villages by and balance by Energy Conservation- CFL Launch in entire Maharashtra ( 3 Crores of CFLs to be distributed in entire Maharashtra within next 1 year) Capacitors- LTLMS on DTCs, Fixed capacitors on DTCs Abstract: Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW Contd……

7 Slide 7 2.High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05) Action Plan & Achievements Energy accounting and fixing of responsibility at all levels - 80% Feeders’ EA Completed, 50,000 DTCs Metered & EA Completed Theft reduction drive including abetment & action against employees: - FIR Against 22 Employees - Disciplinary Action Against 389 Employees Flying Squads Deployed Thefts detected26572 Thefts detected Outsourcing of Meter Reading, Bill Distribution and Collection Bhiwandi Franchisee Finalized HVDS Centre of Excellence - DRUM Project at Aurangabad : Tenders InvitedDRUM Project at Aurangabad Commercial Intelligence Wing Set Up LOSSES REDUCED BY 3.15% TO 27.9% IN

8 Slide 8 High Distribution Losses (contd…) Future Plans Distribution Losses to be reduced to 19 % by [with 3% reduction each year][with 3% reduction each year] Energy Audit of the remaining 2830 feeders to be completed during this year Metering of 1.5 Lakh DTCs to be completed by March police stations to be set up Bhiwandi to be handed over to Franchisee High Loss feeders (Losses above 50%) to be franchised out (Feeder Franchisee Scheme) High Loss DTCs to be franchised out (Micro Franchisee Scheme) Lakh Ag connections to be metered by the year ,000 HT consumers will get AMR Ludhiana Pattern to be introduced on large scale.

9 Slide 9 3.Low collection efficiency Action Plan & Achievements After Company formation Monthly repatriation has increased from Rs. 932 Cr. to Rs Cr. Collection Efficiency has reached 95.32% in Elimination of average billing: Normal Billing Increased to 84.2% in from 77.44% in % disconnection of consumers with arrears above Rs 5000/- Reduction of arrears: RCI Arrears reduced from Rs.1466 Cr. In FY 05 to Rs.1360 Cr in FY 06 E-billing (all Bills), Spot billing (20 Cities), ATM Cash Collection Centres (50), Drop Boxes, E- payment Introduced. Special PD Arrears Recovery Team Set Up: Rs Crs Recovered.

10 Slide 10 Low collection efficiency (contd..) Future Plans Spot Billing and ATMs at all circles Mobile Collection Centres Increasing the scope of e -payment Collection Efficiency to be increased by 2% every year

11 Slide 11 4.Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure Action Plan & Achievements (Infrastructure Development Plan) 3 years’ Load Profile at SDO Level: Prepared for 580 Sub- Divisions (Growth of 8870 MW) 3 years’ Infrastructure Plan to cater to the load: DPR Prepared for 580 Subdivisions of Rs Crores  Plan includes 590 Sub Stn, 35 Switching Stn, DTC, KM HT Lines, KM LT Lines  Project Management Consultants Appointed Project Management Consultants Appointed  Quality Control Department Set Up Quality Control Department Set Up  Material Management Cell set Up  Rs Cr. MOUs Signed with REC/ PFC, (15 projects approved by REC worth Rs.2256 Cr  Received In-Principle Go-Ahead from MERC Objectives

12 Slide 12 Details of Proposed Major Works Year Sub-Station (Nos.) Switchin g Station (Nos.) DTC (Nos.) Related HT Lines (Km) Related LT Lines (Km) 33/11 KV22/11 KV 11 / 0.4 KV 22 / 0.4 KV 22 KV11 KV , ,180 2, ,532 2,406 2,474 35,565 10, ,311 2,387 2,455 35,288 10,372 Total ,405 5,3465,498 79,033 23,229 Year HVDS Transformer (Nos.) Distribution Special Project 25 KVA16 KVA HT Line (GFSS) (Km) LT Line (GFSS) (Km) DTC (Nos.) 63 kVA100 kVA ,313 2,728 24,000 4,000 6,000 4, ,753 11, ,608 11,769 Total 41,674 26,359 24,000 4,000 6,000 4,000 Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure (Contd…..)

13 Slide 13 Financial Plan for 3 years - (FY to FY 08-09) Year Wise Outlay: YearCapital WorksR&M WorksTotal FY ,027 1,801 FY ,343 2,000 6,343 FY ,343 2,037 6,380 Total 9,460 5,064 14,524 Rs. Cr. Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure (Contd…..)

14 Slide 14 5.Pending Applications for Ag connections Achievements Future Plan Bring down the Ag. pending connections to one month in 3 years Status of Pending Ag Pump Applications as on Total Applns Recd - 3,76,385 Paid Pending Applns - 1,98,837 Test Reports Received - 1,03, Connections released Conn ReleasedTarget Conn Released (till May 06) 81,29479,4661,11,92712,095 Circle Wise Break Up

15 Slide 15 6.Poor Response to Consumer Action Plan & Achievements Implementation of MIS: MIS Phase I – Computers and CMS/FEMS software provided to 345 S/Dns. Module for Store, EA, Finance, Consumer Systems etc. MIS Phase II – TCS Appointed, 15 Modules (including Asset Mgt, GAD, HRMS, Training.etc.) envisaged Communication Backbone with BSNL & Data Centre Started Training to employees: Mandays Trained in increased to in comparison to in FY Customer Facilitation Centres: 5 CFCs Set Up Call Centres: 9 at Pune, Bhandup, Nagpur, Akola, Amravati, Kalyan, Ahmednagar, Nasik, Kolhapur Set Up SCADA: Being Implemented in 10 Cities (Amravati, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Malegaon, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Pimpri-chinchwad, Sangli, Pune) E-billing, Online payment, SEVAK ATM (50 Achieved in ), Bill junction / Bill desk 9 Consumer Grievance Redressal Forums Set Up

16 Slide 16 Poor Consumer Response (contd…..) Future Plan 50 CFCs to be completed by August Call centres to be set up at Municipal Corporations by March more SEVAK ATMs to be installed by October 06 MIS Phase I – Computers and CMS/FEMS software will be provided to additional 220 S/Dns by March 2007 Integration of 6 modules of MIS Phase I will be completed by October 06 GIS Network Mapping MIS Phase-II will be Completed in 1 Year.

17 Slide Employee Motivation Communication Plan & Motivational Work ShopCommunication Plan Reward for Good Performance of all Employees Performance Scorecard of All Officers’ on KPIs on InternetPerformance Scorecard Increasing Officers’ Exposure to Best Practices Voluntary Uniform, Flag & Anthem 4 Mobile MDs Representatives De-centralization & Regional Executive Directors Simplification of Procedures and Transparency Quality Consciousness Drive Against Corruption Action Plan & Achievements

18 Summary of Major Achievements Monthly repatriation increased from average Rs. 932 Crores to maximum Rs Crores Distribution Losses reduced by 3.14 % (31.14 % in to 28 % in ) 50,000 Urban DTCs metered and Energy Accounting started 5 years’ load Profile and Infrastructure Work Plan prepared for 580 Subdivisions of Rs Crores for a three year period

19 Summary of Major Achievements Contd…… Effective Load Management through Akshay Prakash Yojana, Single Phasing, GFSS,use of CFLs, capacitor installation on DTCs and at sub-stations being implemented successfully for greater consumer satisfaction Bhiwandi Franchisee Finalised Employee motivation through training Communication Plan implemented for Goodwill building up Enhanced Consumer Response through CFCs, Call Centres, ATMs, E-billing etc. Pune Zero Load Shedding Model

20 Summary of Future Plans  3 years’ Infrastructure Plan to cater to the future load growth  Distribution Losses to be reduced to 19 % within 3 years  Energy Audit to be started on the remaining 1.5 Lakh DTCs and 2830 feeders by March 2007  Collection Efficiency to be increased to 100% within 3 years  Normal Billing Percentage to be 100% in one year

21 Summary of Future Plans (Contd…..)  Load Management and Capacity Addition so as to have zero Load Shedding by  Micro franchisee and Feeder Franchisee Schemes  Use of SCADA, Call Centres, CFCs etc. in all Municipal Corporation Areas  16.5 Lakh Ag Consumers to be metered by  Bring down the Ag pending Connections to 1 month in 3 years

22 Slide 22 Issues with Govt. of Maharashtra — Promised Conversion of Govt. Debt of Rs Cr. Not Cleared. Experience of Other States — Appointment of Director (Finance), Director (HRD) — Valuation/ New Balance Sheet/ New P&L Account — Establishing dedicated police stations and special courts- Appointments of SP’s on deputation — M/s. Mula Pravara Electric Co-op Society – recovery of arrears and other pending issues — Payment of Arrears of State Govt. Dept.

23 Slide 23 Major Performance Indicators Description Revenues (Rs. Cr.)14,93014,058 # Power Purchase Cost (Rs. Cr.)12,94211,787 # Surplus/ Deficit [Accrual], (Rs. Cr.) * # Distribution Losses (%) AT&C Losses (%) – Mahavitaran [Effect of Free Power]Effect of Free Power Average Collection Per Month (Rs. Cr.) RCI Arrears (Rs. Cr.) 31 st Mar DTC Failure Rate (%) Capital Investment (Rs. Cr.) Cash Losses (Rs. Cr.) (Projected) SCADA ProgressNil10 Cities Call Centers23 Operational FranchiseeNil1 (Bhiwandi) Finalized Spot BillingNil20 Cities No. of Theft Cases Detected FY : Genco: Profit Rs. 256 Cr, Transco: Profit Rs. 330 Cr. Net -13 Cr # Values for period 05/06/2005 to 31/03/2006 Previous Years

24 Slide 24 Further Ideas ?

25 Thank You

26 Slide 26 (Rs. Crore) ARR & Tariff Petition Summary – Total Revenue Expenditure S.no.Particulars Previous Year (FY ) Current Year (FY ) % Inc. over FY Ensuing Year (FY ) % Inc over FY Power Purchase Expenses % % 2Operation & Maintenance Expenses % % 2.1Employee Expenses % % 2.2Administration & General Expenses % % 2.3Repair & Maintenance Expenses % % 3 Depreciation, including advance against depreciation % % 4Interest on Long-term Loan Capital % % 5 Other Interest & Finance Charges incl. Interest on working capital & consumer security deposits % % 6 Bad Debts Written off % % 7 Other Expenses (details given separately) % % 8Income Tax % 9Transmission Charges paid to Transmission Licensee % % 10 Contribution to contingency reserves % 11Total Revenue Expenditure % %

27 Slide 27 MSEDCL - ARR & Revenue Gap Rs. Cr.

28 Slide 28 Proposed Tariffs Category Existing – Fixed Charges (Rs) Existing Energy Charges (Rs/ Unit) Proposed – Fixed Charges (Rs) Proposed Energy Charges (Rs/ Unit) % Increase Domestic (0-30 Units) % Domestic ( Units) % Industrial LT ( Units) % Commercial (0-100 Units) % Agriculture (Per Hp)213 0% Others28.8%

29 Slide 29 Need for tariff increase Power Purchase Cost has increased from Rs Crore in FY 04 to Rs Crore in FY 07 The average cost of supply (ACOS) has increased from Rs per kWh to Rs per kWh. The average increase in tariff works out to 28.8%

30 Slide 30 Circle wise Distribution loss YoY Comparison Circle Wardha14.0%11.06% Bhandara38.0%34.79% Chandrapur13.0%12.09% Gadchiroli38.9%34.67% Ahmadnagar37.7%36.39% Nashik ( R )39.4%38.75% Nashik ( U )22.5%17.18% Dhule44.3%42.18% Jalgaon48.6%38.76% Parbhani57.3%52.47% Aurangabad [R]42.5%37.88% Jalana36.1%32.97% Aurangabad [U]35.3%31.13% Buldhana34.7%30.42% Akola39.9%37.39% Amrawati39.6%34.85% Yeotmal43.0%42.41% Solapur36.2%39.93% Kolhapur17.9%14.92% Sangli21.7%17.79% Circle Satara19.3%20.09% Pen10.2%9.5% Kalyan (U)34.7%25.09% Kalyan31.6%31.5% Vasai19.2%17.51% Osmanabad52.5%48.14% Nanded59.7%55.8% Beed60.4%59.07% Latur53.7%46.74% Ratnagiri15.9%16.92% Sindhudurga27.4%29.46% Ganeshkhind15.2%12.68% Rastapeth17.6%17.14% Pune [R]30.9%27.51% Nagpur [U]33.8%31.14% Nagpur (R)20.4%18.98% Washi12.4%7.89% Bhandup21.2%21.17% Bhiwandi37.9%44.53%

31 Slide 31 Major Performance Indicators Description Distribution Losses (%) Average Collection Per Month (Rs. Cr.) RCI Arrears (Rs. Cr.) 31 st Mar DTC Failure Rate (%) Capital Investment on Distribution Infrastructure Cash Losses (Rs. Cr.) (Projected) SCADA ProgressNil10 Cities Call Centers23 Operational FranchiseeNil1 (Bhiwandi) Finalized Spot BillingNil20 Cities Theft Cases Detected16337 Cases26572 Cases

32 Slide 32 Demand Supply Gap (In MW) Instances of Peak Demand Financial Year Date28 th March28 th December Demand (MW) Total Availability (MW) MahaGenco (MW) Central Sector Share (MW) Traders (MW) Tata Power (MW)11179 Gap (MW)

33 Slide 33 Load Management Description No. of APY villages 4611 Villages 960 MW Special Gaothan feeder separation 90 Feeders 104 MW Single Phasing Scheme 7800Villages 960 MW DSM/ Energy Conservation 4.5 Lakh 9 MW Total Load Managed2122 MW

34 Slide 34 Power Purchase at High Cost – Monthly UTILITYUNITSAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarFY TRADERS MUs Cost Rs.Cr KAWAS LIQUID MUs Cost Rs.Cr TPC MUs Cost Rs.Cr CPP MUs Cost Rs.Cr TOTAL MUs Cost Rs.Cr MUS, Average Cost, Total Cost

35 Slide 35 1.We, as a professional company, rededicate ourselves to serve all our customers by extending reliable and quality power supply at reasonable and competitive tariffs so as to boost agricultural, industrial and overall economic development of Maharashtra. 2.We commit to Honesty, Integrity and Transparency in actions to achieve higher standards of Consumer Satisfaction. 3.We aim at achieving technological excellence and financial turnaround for the overall benefit of the customers. MSEDCL’S MISSION STATEMENT

36 Slide 36 4.We will strive hard for system improvement and stress upon preventive maintenance. 5.We will ruthlessly curb the theft of electricity. 6.We will encourage and support energy savings activities and Demand Side Management thereby optimizing the use of electricity. 7.We will fulfill our commitment to society by improving quality of life. MSEDCL’S MISSION STATEMENT cont….

37 Slide 37 “10 Point Action Plan” 1. Preventive maintenance 2. Distribution network planning 3. Consumer Grievances Redressal Systems 4. Distribution system loss reduction 5. Improvement in Collection efficiency 6. Circles to act as profit centers 7. Efficient use of Technology 8. Improved services to Ag. Consumers 9. Improving working conditions of employees 10. Demand Side Management

38 Slide 38 Communication Plan Communication Strategy Communication Focused towards internal Employees Communication of reforms to consumers Means of Communication Workshops with field staff and with unions Workshops conducted by Unions for members Staff Meetings at Division/Circle Level House Journal (E-magazine) – “Maha Vitaran Veej Varta” Video message on Ten Point Program Articles in Newspapers

39 Slide 39 Organizational Changes Four S.E’s nominated as M.D’s representatives for monitoring various activities of the MSEDCL in the field Posts of area wise Executive Directors created and filled in for proper monitoring. Formation of Quality control department to ensure purchase of best quality material. Formation of Material specifications Cell

40 Slide 40  Infrastructure to meet anticipated increase in load of 8870 MW  Distribution Losses to be reduced to 19% by  HT:LT Ratio to be improved from 1:2.5 to 1:1.5  Reduce loading of the Distribution Transformers to 80% in the Horizon year from the present level ranging from 100% to 150%;  Use of SCADA, Call Centers, Consumer Facility Centers in all Municipal Corporation areas  Bring down the DTC failure rate from 16.14% in FY to - Urban- 5% - Rural- 7%  Bring down the Ag. pending connections to one month in three years;  Meet the Standard Of Performance given by MERC  Power Factor to be brought to 0.90, 0.95 and 0.99 in Rural, Urban and Industrial areas respectively Objectives of Infrastructure Plan:(3 Years)

41 Slide 41 PMC Appointed M/s CES The Louis Berger Group Inc. Feedback Managing Director Unison + Bedmutha Chief Engineer (IP) Main PMC (The Louis Berger Group Inc) Pune Zone Nagpur zone (U + R) Bhandup Zone Nashik Zone Akola Zone Aurangabad Zone Latur Zone Kalyan Zone + Ratnagiri Zone Kolhapur Zone Zonal PMC Turnkey Contracts

42 Slide 42 Main PMC – The Louis Berger Group Inc. Among the Top 10 A/E (Consulting Engineering) Firm in the World – as per annual ENR Rankings. Annual Turnover of around US $ 800 Million Presence across the Globe on all four Continents – Office in India for over 15 years — Projects in Maharashtra since last 7 years. Have executed numerous Projects in India in the infrastructure Sector.

43 Slide 43 Main PMC … Project Management/Electricity Sector Experience… 1Project Management Services of Rajasthan Urban Development – Asian Development Bank 2Project Management Services of Karnataka Urban Development – Asian Development Bank 3Owners Consultant for Mumbai Metro – BOT Project - MMRDA 4Independent Engineer-Tada Nellore BOT project, Tamil nadu 5Project Management Services of Madhya Pradesh Urban Development – Asian Development Bank 6Operations and Maintenance Improvement Project - 2nd Year Modification UNITED STATES 7Trans-Caucus Embassy Renovation Projects (JG1044), KAZAKHSTAN 8Stability Pact: Electricity Transmission Planning, Investment and Management, CROATIA 9GenPower's Nova Scotia to New York Project (CE2077), CANADA, UNITED STATES 10Program Management Support Services for Incheon International Airport Phase II Expansion, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA 11Independent Certification Engineer for Bangkok Metro Company Limited, Bangkok, THAILAND 12Operations and Maintenance Improvement Project - 2nd Year Modification UNITED STATES 13Trans-Caucus Embassy Renovation Projects, KAZAKHSTAN 14Stability Pact: Electricity Transmission Planning, Investment and Management, CROATIA 15GenPower's Nova Scotia to New York Project, CANADA, UNITED STATES

44 Slide 44 Team Leader Project Coordinator/Chief Electrical Engineer Robert Berlin Institutional Specialist Milan Dave Financial Budget Specialist Sanjay Saxena/Madhusudan Sharma Paul Strong 28 Years PMC experience. Michigan Electric Transmission Company, Westinghouse Electric Engineering Services Managed Complex and Integrated projects of State wide Urban Infrastructure Improvements in Rajasthan, Karnataka. 20 years of Project Planning experience in Asia, Europe and N. America. Finance and cost accountants. Books Authored and Published on MIS, developed MIS for DFID, US Aid, Reuters, HK Bank. Extensive MIS experience MIS Specialist Training Specialist Public Outreach/Communications Representative Main PMC Team …

45 Slide 45 Quality Control Labs 6 Quality Control Labs Setup State of the Art Testing equipments Kolhapur, Pune, Bhandup, Nasik, Aurangabad & Nagpur

46 Slide 46 Power Purhase at High Cost – Monthly Source Units (MUs) Amount (Rs. Cr.) Average Cost (Rs./ Unit) TRADERS KAWAS LIQUID TPC CPP TOTAL

47 Slide * Demand Supply Gap for MSEDCL * PEAK DEFICIT IN MW 4622 FY 2001FY 2002FY 2003FY 2004FY 2005FY 2006 Demand Supply

48 Slide 48 High Distribution Losses Item Energy Input (MUs)65,92867,289 Energy Sales (MUs)40,74443,550 T&D Losses (%)38.20%35.28% Distribution Losses (%)33.12%31.14%

49 Slide 49 Theft Cases Detected In Rs lakhs

50 Slide 50 Low Collection Efficiency Item Collection Efficiency (%) all categories99.66%95.32% Collection Efficiency (%) without agriculture 98.66%98.87% Collection all Categories with Adjustment including Ag Subsidy %102.01%

51 Slide 51 Category Wise Collection Efficiency (%) Category HT IND Residential Commercial LT IP PWW Street Ltg Ag

52 Slide 52 MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LIMITED Category Wise Arrears (All Zones) (Rs.in crores) Collection Efficiency

53 Slide 53 Deteriorated Infrastructure Grossly Overloaded system. HT: LT Ratio of 1:2.5 - leading to poor voltage regulation DTC Failure Rate of 18.52% Minimal Upgradations in Infrastructure since last 15 Years. High rate of interruptions on LT & HT sides, eg. In Aurangabad, SAIDI= 1440 minutes, SAIFI= 91 occasions,,CAIDI=16 minutes/ occasion

54 Slide 54 Poor Consumer Response No separate Consumer care centers No Call Center for Complaints No system for Feedback to consumers Huge time taken for supply restoration against complaints No system for tracking status of consumer complaints High level of consumer dissatisfaction

55 Slide 55 Financial Loss Cash Deficit in FY – Rs. 998 Crores Sl.ParticularsFY Aggregate Revenue Requirement (Rs. Cr.) Revenue with existing tariff (Rs. Cr.) Revenue Gap (Rs. Cr.) Revenue Gap

56 Slide 56 T&D Losses(in %) Particulars TargetAchievedTarget EHV system/ Transmission Loss Distribution Loss T&D Loss

57 Slide 57 Theft Cases Detected In Rs Cr.

58 Slide 58 NO.D I S T R I C T ApplicationPaidPending withTargetAchmt.during ReceivedPendingTest Reportfor upto as on Gr.Mumbai ThaneB RaigadB KALYAN ZONE RatnagiriB SindhudurgB KONKAN ZONE Kokan Region Nasik Dhule Nandurbar Jalgaon Ahmednagar NASIK ZONE PUNE ZONE Satara Sangli Solapur Kolhapur KOLHAPUR ZONE Western Maharashtra District wise Targets for Ag.Pump energisation for

59 Slide 59 Contd…… NO. D I S T R I C T ApplicationPaidPending withTargetAchmt.during ReceivedPendingTest Reportfor upto as on Aurangabad Jalna ParbhaniB HingoliB AURANGABAD ZONE Nanded BeedB Osmanabad Latur LATUR ZONE Marathwada

60 Slide 60 Contd…… NO. D I S T R I C T ApplicationPaidPending withTargetAchmt.during ReceivedPendingTest Reportfor upto as on Buldhana AkolaB WashimB Amravati YeotmalB AMRAVATI ZONE NAGPUR URBAN ZONE Wardha BhandaraB GondiaB ChandrapurB GadchiroliB NAGPUR ZONE(R) Vidarbha Total for State Total for Backlog Dists Total for Non-Backlog Total for State B Denotes Backlog

61 Slide 61 Communication Plan Communication Strategy Communication Focused towards internal Employees Communication of reforms to consumers Means of Communication Workshops with field staff and with unions Workshops conducted by Unions for members Staff Meetings at Division/Circle Level House Journal (E-magazine) – “Maha Vitaran Veej Varta” Video message on Ten Point Program Articles in Newspapers

62 Slide 62 Officers KKPI S NKKPIWeightageHOD 1Percentage DTC having losses Below 15% ( U )05 CE (IR) Below 25% ( R ) 2Percentage Feeders having losses Below 15% ( U )05 CE (IR) Below 25% ( R ) 3Sub-division / Division / Circle/Zone losses05CE (IR) 4Repatriation against target10CE (Comm) 5Commercial efficiency : Rs. collected/ input units10CE (Comm) 6Normal billing percentage05CE (Comm) 7FIR lodged/Compounding cases10CE (Comm) 8Arrears in Days: RCI Live03CE (Comm) Others Live02 RCI PD05 9Percentage DTC failure against target05CE (LM) 10SAIFI / SAIDI05CE (LM) 11Reduction in Accidents05CE (LM) 12Pending RCI connections beyond SOP05CE (Dist) 13Annual plan progress Physical05 CE (IS) Financial05 14Capacitors: MVAR in service out of MVAR installed05CE (Dist) 15Training (mandays)05CE (IR) Total :100

63 Slide 63 Drive Against Corruption Drive including abetment & action against employees: - FIR Against 22 Employees - Disciplinary Action Against 389 Employees

64 Slide 64 Restructuring in Other States Government Support ORISSA BALANCE SHEET RESTRUCTURING SUPPORT TRANSITION PERIOD SUPPORT State Government Gained due to Up-valuation of assets Equity enhancement Recognition of Rs 340 cr of loans from Govt against the up-valued assets HANDS OFF APPROACH AFTER UNBUNDLING ANDHRA PRADESH BALANCE SHEET RESTRUCTURING SUPPORT TRANSITION PERIOD SUPPORT Assets up-valued Net Balance Sheet restructuring support of approx. Rs 700 cr GoAP transition period support of Rs 2,500 cr GoR restructuring support of Rs1,698 cr Pension liability passed on to the consumers RAJASTHAN BALANCE SHEET RESTRUCTURING SUPPORT TRANSITION PERIOD SUPPORT GoR annual subsidy support of Rs 500 cr approx. KARNATAKA BALANCE SHEET RESTRUCTURING SUPPORT -DRAFT TRANSITION PERIOD SUPPORT Terminal liability assumed by the Govt Restructuring support substantial Transitional period support of Rs 2,100 cr annual for the last 3 ys

65 Slide 65 DTC Losses

66 Slide 66 Metering Plan for Agricultural Consumers About 9.5 lakhs consumers have been metered out of 25 lakhs Ag consumers Remaining lakhs Ag consumers to be metered by FY08 Figures in lakhs Existing Ag consumers to be metered FY 07FY 08 Total (16.65 lakhs)

67 Slide 67 Special Gaothan feeder separation Scheme Number of Districts Selected :20 Number of villages to be benefited: No of Feeders: 1650 Cost: 713 Crores Estimated Load Relief: 1930 MW Estimated completion during 06-07: 2500 Villages Estimated Scheme completion: Sept 09 Already Completed: 158 Villages, 90 Feeders Load Managed: 100 MW

68 Slide 68 Number of Villages under Akshay Prakash Yojana (As on 15/06/2006) Villages Akshay Prakash Yojna

69 Slide 69 Pune Load Shedding Model Total Load Required for Pune Urban Circles: 751 MW Non Sheddable Load: 393 MW Sheddable Load: 358 MW CPP Generation: 90 MW (From 28 Consumers) CPP Generators to run: 4 to 6 Hrs. / Day Loading on Consumer: 42 Ps. / Unit except (0 to 300 Units Consumption)

70 Slide 70 Load Curve for APY & Single Phasing

71 Slide 71 Single Phasing Scheme Single Phasing Phase -I Scheme Profile Number of District - 23 nos. Number of villages to be benefited nos. No of feeder nos. Scheme Cost Crores Demand Relief MW Estimated Scheme Completion August % ( 7800 Villages) of work completed and relief of 909 MW demand relief obtained till date Phase-I 8000 Villages Phase-II 4500 Villages

72 Slide 72 Single Phasing Phase II Extending Single Phasing (Phase II) on basis of the result observed from existing scheme Scheme Profile Number of villages to be benefited= 4515 No of feeders= 682 Estimated Scheme Cost in Rs. Crs.= 270 Estimated Demand Relief in MW= 500 Expected Date of Scheme CompletionMarch’ 07 Single Phasing Scheme

73 Slide 73 High Voltage Distribution System Area Estimated Cost (Rs Crore) Pune, Rastapeth8.39 Nashik0.6 Vasai1.75 Thane, Mumbra0.7 Nagpur, Laskaribaug7.85 Jalgaon5.69 Aurangabad9.25 Nagpur, Binaki5.88 Kalyan, Kon0.98 Amravati8.24 Total49.33

74 Slide 74 DRUM Project Urban division- I, Aurangabad Selected as pilot site. Project to be implemented with the assistance of USAID, MoP. DPR preparation completed. Cost of the Scheme:- Rs. 131 Crores. Scheme submitted to PFC on 6th March for financial assistance, under APDRP scheme. Ten divisions identified as “shadow Units” to compete with Aurangabad. Invitation of Tenders for various works in progress at Aurangabad Zone

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77 Slide 77 For Circles with above 40% Distribution losses -3% reduction in every year For Circles having losses between 30% to 40% - 3% reduction in every year for first three years and 1.5% in next two years For Circles having losses between 25% to 30% - 3% in first two years and 1% in next three years For Circles having losses between 20% to 25% - 1.5% in first two years and 1% in next three years Company’s Target for Loss Reduction over 3 years 28%  25%  22%  19% (FY 05-06) (FY 08-09) Reduction in Distribution Losses

78 Slide 78 Effect of Free Power Change% Change Energy Billed (MUs) % Demand (Rs. Cr.) % Collection (Rs. Cr.) % Subsidy (Rs. Cr.) % Ag Arrears (Rs. Cr.) % Collection Efficiency (%)106%102%-4%  Energy billed increased by 7.2%, Demand by 13.1% in  Collection increased by only 6.6% mainly due to 16.2% reduction in subsidy  Reduced subsidy also leading to 22.3% increase in Ag Arrears.  Free Power Regime from July 2004 to May 2005, 9 Months in and 2 Months in

79 Slide 79 Major Performance Indicators (Previous Years) Description Revenues (Rs. Cr.)12,43713,22514,930 14,058 # Power Purchase Cost (Rs. Cr.)12,942 11,787 # Surplus/ Deficit [Accrual], (Rs. Cr.) # Distribution Losses (%) AT&C Losses (%) – Mahavitan Average Collection Per Month (Rs. Cr.) RCI Arrears (Rs. Cr.) 31 st Mar DTC Failure Rate (%) Capital Investment (Rs. Cr.) Cash Losses (Rs. Cr.) (Projected) SCADA ProgressNil 10 Cities Call CentersNil 2 3 Operational FranchiseeNil 1 (Bhiwandi) Finalized Spot BillingNil 20 Cities No. of Theft Cases Detected # Values for period 05/06/2005 to 31/03/2006

80 Slide 80 Bhiwandi Circle- Distribution Area 1,73,883 Consumers

81 Slide 81 Bhiwandi Circle – Key Statistics

82 Slide 82 Bhiwandi Circle -Key performance indicators In spite of the improvements in four consequent years from to , the Distribution losses have gone up in Collection efficiency improvements have been primarily attributable to increase in subsidy amount

83 Slide 83 What MSEDCL expects from DF in Bhiwandi ? Reduction in technical T&D losses and theft Improvement in Metering, Billing and Revenue Collection Bring innovative approaches to improve collection of arrears Undertake network evaluation and make capital investments to improve efficiencies Enhancement in customer service quality A win-win scenario for Consumers & MSEDCL

84 Slide 84 MSEDCLDF Responsibility Sharing Handover of assets on as-is- where-is basis Handover of willing employees who get selected by the DF Supply of Power Incentive for past arrears (before appointment of DF) O&M of the network Metering, Billing & Collection Plan capital investments to upgrade the network Arrears collection Meeting all the obligations of MSEDCL as distribution licensee

85 Slide 85 Responsibilities of DF Consumer Related Metering (reading, meter maintenance / replacement, Installation of new meters) Billing (printing and distribution) Collection (both current revenues and arrears) Issuing new connections Street light maintenance Adherence to MERC all provisions including Supply Code and SoP Attending system faults within its area Attending consumer grievances Network Related Distribution asset maintenance (wires, poles, DT, switchgear etc.) Network analysis and improvement planning Make capital investment for upgradation of network

86 Slide 86 Responsibilities of MSEDCL Handover of physical assets in the circle Network assets in field from the start of outgoing 22 kV feeders of EHV s/s Assets in stores as opening inventory Independent consultant to physically verify assets & certify opening level of T&D losses Handover of willing employees on deputation Existing MSEDCL Deputation rules will be applicable. Supply of energy Minimum Assured Energy: 80% of the present energy input to Bhiwandi Circle As per the pre-determined schedule of supply applicable to all circles of MSEDCL till the need for load shedding persists Operation of arrears settlement mechanism in the circle for the arrears prior to appointment of DF

87 Slide 87 Remuneration to DF Energy Input Rate at 22 kV Feeders - (Amount per unit) x (units input into the system) in any year Bids invited on yearly input rates - Indexation for tariff revisions/adjustments Financial Evaluation based on levelised input rates Incentives on arrear collection - 10% for live consumers beyond three months - 20% for PD Consumers

88 Slide 88 Financial Benefits to MSEDCL Highest bidder vs business as usual Financial benefits to MSEDCL works out to Rs Cr over period of 10 years

89 Slide 89 Overall hand-over process in progress Pre-DFA Transition Monitoring Joint Audit Team Auditing opening levels High Level Committee (HLC) DFA Negotiation, Resolving issues of JAT, Employee deputation process, Coordination with MERC, Govt and others. Supported by Head office team Field level support team for supporting HLC and JAT Head-office monitoring team to ensure business continuity during the transition process Field level support team to support head office monitoring team Head-office monitoring team develops formats for continuous monitoring of the DF activities and operationalisation of issues with respect to the DFA Field level support team as representative of MSEDCL to monitor activities of DF


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