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1 Bringing Green Revolution through quality power supply Department of Energy Government of Bihar 17 th May 2013

2 Background Bihar is an agrarian state with 70% rural population; Agriculture is backbone of Bihar's economy; Agriculture generates nearly 42% of the State GDP; Approx. 81% workforce employed in agriculture production (National avg. 60%); Agriculture power consumption in Bihar:5.83% All India average :20.3% Haryana (highest in India ):38% Per capita consumption in Bihar (lowest in India):122 Units All India average :770 Units Abundance of fertile land, multi-cropping, high water table in most areas; The state has high irrigation potential since water table is high; Success dependent on availability of adequate electricity for irrigation, Agro- Industries; Through proper electrical infrastructural support, state can emerge as big supplier of agri-products and can supply its produce to big markets of nearby states;

3 Figures in Lakh Hectare Geographical Area 93.60Gross Cropped Area 77.65Net Cropped Area 56.63Area Sown More than once 21.02Net Irrigated Area 35.29Area under Rice 35.00Area under Wheat 24.00Area under Pulses 7.00 State Agri profile


5 Sl.Agro-climatic zoneDistricts Total Rainfall (mm) 1. Agro- climatic zone I (Northern West) West Champaran, East Champaran, Siwan, Saran, Sitamarhi, Sheohar, Muzaffarpur, Vaishali, Madhubani, Darbhanga, Samastipur, Gopalganj & Begusarai 1040 – 1450 (1245.00) 2. Agro-climatic Zone II (Northern East) Purnea, Katihar, Saharsa, Supaul, Madhepura, Khagaria, Araria & Kishanganj. 1200 – 1700 ( 1450.00) 3. Agro-climatic zone IIIA (Southern East) Sheikhpura, Munger, Jamui, Lakhisarai, Bhagalpur & Banka. 990 – 1240 (1115.00) 4. Agro-climatic zone IIIB (Southern West) Rohtas, Bhojpur, Buxar, Bhabhua, Arwal, Patna, Nalanda, Nawada, Jehanabad, Aurangabad & Gaya. 990–1240 (1115.00) Agro Climatic Zones

6 Existing Arrangement  Power supply to Agri. Pumps done by 11 KV mixed load feeders through 11/ 0.4 KV Transformers.  Such 11 KV mixed load feeders supply power to all categories of loads; Pit-falls : 11 KV feeders, DTs & LT lines are common for all rural loads thus adversely affecting power supply to pump-sets due to following:  11 KV lines - more faults prone due to long length of line & higher load;  Power drawn simultaneously by all categories of consumers leading poor voltage profile for agriculture load;  Peak demand shoots-up excessively forcing restriction due to limited availability of power;  Losses are on higher side owing to low HT/LT ratio; Present status of Agri. supply

7 Initiative taken by Govt. of Bihar to provide assured and quality power for agriculture purposes: A.Flagship scheme of “Dedicated Feeder for Agriculture” under “Krishi Road Map (Rainbow Revolution)”; B.Distribution Network strengthening & constraints removal through BRGF Scheme; C.Agriculture supply through Renewable energy sources; Measures to improve Agri. power supply

8 A. Krishi Road Map Govt. of Bihar has launched a flagship scheme of “Dedicated Feeder for Agriculture” under “Krishi Road Map (Rainbow Revolution)”; An ambitious scheme of the Government of Bihar under “Krishi Road Map”; Rainbow Revolution envisages min. 7% of annual enhancement of agriculture growth having target of almost doubling the food grain production in the next ten years; Vision To enhance the agricultural production; To promote agro based industries; To create electrical infrastructure for reliable and assured power supply during specific hours for agricultural purposes; To increase cropping intensity from 151% to 191% by FY 2016-17 and to 243% by FY 2021-22 and corresponding irrigation intensity from 85% to 158% by FY 2016-17 and to 209% by FY 2021-22; Patna District selected for pilot project; To be implemented in all the 38 districts of Bihar;

9 Key features of scheme  Installation of new 11 KV feeders in techno-economic manner crisscrossing the agriculture terrain;  Installation of HVDS and up-gradation of associated distribution network;  Installation of distribution transformers of appropriate capacity near load centre;  Installation of system and agriculture Consumer’s energy meters for proper accounting of energy;  Ring-main system with proper isolation at every 5 km for better O&M of lines;  Renovation of associated Power Sub-station and service lines wherever required;  Assets mapping, associated GPS survey and overall strengthening and improvement of the distribution network; Under the aegis of Rainbow Revolution, Energy Department, Govt. of Bihar has prepared a road map for creating electrical infrastructure for distribution of electricity to make reliable and assured Power supply available for agriculture purposes.

10 Benefits of the scheme  Optimal use of ground water resources through regulated supply of power for irrigation purpose;  Transformation of rural based agro economy;  Reduction in failures of agriculture pump-sets due to improved voltage;  Holistic development of rural economy to improve standard of living, quality of life leading to overall socio-economic development;  Uninterrupted power supply to agri-consumers during specified period;  Flattening of load curve in judicious way thereby reducing the cost of power purchase and adherence to Grid discipline;  Improvement in quality and life of rural populace;

11 Survey approach

12 Survey outcome

13 B. Distribution network strengthening Vision Sustainable power distribution sector to ensure quality power supply to end consumers. Objective Strengthening & renovation of distribution system through removal of distribution constraints of entire distribution licensee area of Bihar. Outcome:  Improved distribution system capacity to cater future load growth;  Improvement in quality & reliability of power supply;  Reduction in system/ network failure rate;  Assurance of uninterrupted power supply;

14  Strengthening of existing 33 kV feeders & construction of new 33 kV lines;  Upgradation, Renovation and modernization of 33/11 kV Power Sub-Station & addition of new 33/11 kV PSS;  Strengthening of protective systems in 33/11 kV Power Sub- Stations;  Provision of capacitor Banks in 33/11 kV Power Sub stations;  Rearrangement of existing 11 kV feeders & new 11 kV line;  Upgradation, Renovation and modernization of Distribution Sub-Station;  Strengthening of L.T. lines (removal of Bans- Balla);  System and Consumer metering;  Use of phase separators in LT lines & Guard wires in HT lines; Action plan

15  Identification of the weakest areas in distribution network value chain;  Analysis of loading condition of Grid Sub-Station & Power Sub- Station;  Analysis of loading conditions of the 33kV, 11 kV, LT lines and various equipments in normal and peak situations;  Identification of over loaded transformers, feeders, cables or conductors;  Installation of distribution transformers of appropriate capacity based on load profile;  Installation of shunt capacitors to improve the power factor;  Analysis of data for creation of MIS for existing loads, operating conditions, forecast of expected loads etc.; Measures to remove Distribution Constraints

16 BIHAR SAUR KRANTI SICHAI YOJANA Objective To provide water to farmers for additional revenue generation through more crop cycles per year;  2 HP (1500 W) / 1800 Wp SPV Pumping System;  Pilot project: 10 Blocks in 5 Districts (Saharsa, Araria, Supaul, Purnia & Kishanganj);  Short listing & Empanelment of Vendors is in final stage;  Empanelled vendors will be notified to respective District Magistrate;  In twelfth plan 2500 unit are proposed at the cost of 78.75 Crores, Unit Cost estimated at Rs. 3,15,000;  Of this 39.38 Crores will state share and 23.6 Crore will be Central share remaining will be the beneficiary share;  In the year 2013-14, 1000 units are proposed; C. Renewable energy for Agri. consumption

17 Mini Rice Mill with 100% Producer Gas Engine 32 KW with 60 KW Gassifier for all PACS a.  Huge scope of establishing Mini Rice Mills with Single Fuel Mode Gassifier Engines based on Renewable Energy;  Subsidy for this scheme is available from MNRE (for Captive Power Plant), Industries Department (For Rice Mill)  The balance component will be provided through the beneficiary account. Discussion regarding provision of balance component through a loan by German Development Bank is proposed.  In the twelfth plan 148 units are proposed at the cost of 22.22 Crores of is 4.14 Crore will be state share and 6.66 crore will be central share and the balance amount will be share of the beneficiary.  The unit cost is 15 lakh; Mini Rice Mill

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