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4 What is Feeder Separation  Erection of 11 kV additional bays with VCB and Laying of 11 kV lines on 140 Kg 8 mtr long PCC poles with (rabbit) AAA conductor.  Installation of 25 kVA 11/0.433 kV DTR and its metering  Replacement of bare conductor of LT lines by AB cables, Conversion of LT line into HT line (HVDS), damaged service lines by PVC cables & providing new connections with meters  Consumer indexing and its updation in billing software  Asset mapping of HT & LT network using GPS  Certification of Distribution loss from Distribution transformer to Consumer Premises

5 Present Situation of Power Supply in Villages West Discom Indore provides power supply to 12029 Nos villages. Agricultural pumps are normally provided 3 phase supply for six to eight hours & in remaining hours either supply is not available or 1 phase supply is being made available on 11 KV rural feeders so that pumps could not run but Domestic light and fan and other load of village may get supply. This is done by disconnecting one phase of the 11 KV supply. But this arrangement is not fruitful & effective. Cultivators normally make use of phase splitters to run their motors. This ultimately increases the loading of feeders abnormally. This also causes more failure of DTRs & PTRs besides interruptions. This results in dissatisfaction among villagers. Purpose of load shedding/ regulatory plan gets defeated. The LT system is lengthy and the existing HT/ LT ratio is only 1 :1.9 resulting in high technical losses in LT lines.

6 Objectives of Feeder Separation  Uninterrupted, quality power supply to domestic rural consumers. By providing better quality and uninterrupted power supply, there would be over-all development of Rural mass that will improve their standard of living, improved economic condition thereby over-all development in the company area.  Flattening of load curve in a judicial way. Therefore reducing the cost of power purchase and reducing the penalty for unscheduled interruption.  Better energy accounting for agricultural consumption  Reduction of T&D and AT&C losses  System strengthening by improving the infrastructure  Improved voltage profile to every Domestic Consumer  Theft of energy will be practically minimized  Failure of Distribution Transformers will almost be negligible  Chances of adding illegal connections will be completely eliminated

7 Approval Of Government of MP Energy Department, Go MP, has conveyed principle sanction of feeder separation scheme vide L. No. 2995/13/2010 Dt. 05.04.2010. Further Sankalp 2013 – feeder bifurcation, conveyed by Hon’ble Secretary (Energy), Go MP, Bhopal, vide letter No. 4096 Dated 21 st May’2010 07 Nos Districts are to be implemented in first phase (1 st June’2020 to 31 st May’2012) and 07 Districts in second phase (1 st January’2011 to 31 st December’2012). The decisions taken in the meeting held in chairmanship of Hon’ble Energy Minister on Dated 10.5.2010 conveyed vide letter No. 3895 Dated 12.5.2010 specifically specifies that :- [1]For the success of feeder separation works, project management technique should be applied. [2]For feeder bifurcation works, project monitoring cell to be established in the Company. The Chief of the Cell should be of the level of Chief Engineer and Finance / Accounts Officer will also be posted in the cell. The DPRs should be technically examined at company level. It should be ensured that after execution of works, AT & C losses will be reduced. [3]After approval of tender and sanction from REC, works should be started floating tenders after June’2010.

8 Main Benefits of Feeder Separation  Theft of energy will be minimized.  Failure rate of Distribution Transformers will be minimized.  Chances of running illegal motors during supply “OFF” period are completely eliminated.  Significant reduction in T & D Losses  Improved voltage profile to every Domestic Consumer.  Presently due to lengthy LT line and voltage drop, the voltage received at the consumer end drops down. With the provision of DTR's near to the consumer’s group there will be improved voltage profile.  The IRR of project is 19.56 % and pay back period 4 years and 3 months.

9 Scope of Work  Providing engineering data, and drawing for Employer’s review, approval and records.  Supply, testing, packing, transportation and insurance from the Manufacturer’s work to the site.  Receipt, storage, insurance, preservation and conservation of equipments at the site.  Fabrication, pre-assembly (if any), erection, testing and putting into satisfactory operation of all the equipments/ materials including successful commissioning.  In addition to the requirements indicated in this section, all the requirements as stated in Technical specifications shall also be considered as a part of this specification as if completely bound herewith.  The Contractor shall be responsible for providing all materials, equipments and services specified or otherwise, including survey, which are required to fulfill the intent of ensuring operability, maintainability and the reliability of the complete works covered under this specification.  All services & activities required to be given contractually, by the Contractor, during warranty period.

10 Survey (i) GPS Survey of the existing 11 KV line radiating from 33/11 kV S/s, distribution transformers and connected LT net work on the existing feeders shall be carried out. It will cover mapping of 11 KV line with locations of existing distribution transformers, existing LT net works (configuration of line should specifically be mentioned) along with the pole wise details of load for agricultural pump consumers having permanent, semi permanent and temporary pump connections and other categories of consumers ( like domestic, non domestic, industrial, water works etc). All existing distribution transformers will clearly be marked as mixed load, (agriculture with other load), only agriculture load and other category load (exclusive of agriculture load) distribution transformer. the data as above shall be prepared on shape file and same ought to be made CYMDIST compatible or any other equivalent or superior GPS compatible software for simulation, network analysis, and ‘what if’ analysis purpose. (ii) Preparation of single line diagram with all the attributes, essential for simulation through CYMDIST software indicating the locations of 33/11 KV S/s, HT and LT poles, section wise distance, type of conductors, locations and capacity of distribution transformers & pole wise & DTR wise connected load, locations of individual permanent pump consumers and its load in HP, semi permanent pump consumers and its load in HP, temporary pump consumers and its load in HP. If there is any other category of load it should also be indicated including that for supply to ‘abadi’ area of the villages. The names of the consumers along with load are also to be given.

11 Survey (iii) In case the existing distribution transformer is supplying to both house hold consumers and agricultural pump consumers, the arrangement to be made to separate the supply of agricultural pump consumers from such distribution transformer, should be indicated, if necessary by proposing a new transformer at suitable location either for agricultural pump consumers or household consumers. In no case the agricultural pump consumers and house hold consumer shall be served from the same transformer. The house hold supply shall not cover the single bulb connection for lighting purpose allowed to the agricultural pump consumer. (iv) Based on the aforesaid survey and load details, the Contractor shall design the proposed 11 KV and LT line network. The proposed network shall give route and type of feeder either agriculture or abadi for new 11 KV line which shall be decided on the basis of techno-economic consideration and got approved by the Project Manager. Survey shall also be carried out for new proposed 11 kV feeders to separate supply of agriculture pump consumers from other category consumers. It should also identify the LT line in abadi area of villages where conversion from bare conductor to AB Cable is to be made and also specify the appropriate size / type of cable based on CYMDIST analysis. The route of new line should also indicate tap line, DP structures, angle locations and tapping locations and proposed distribution transformers 25 KVA, 11/.433 KV. The locations of the identified distribution transformers should be as close as possible to load centre, necessarily radiating at least two LT circuits and shall be fixed after carrying out simulation through CYMDIST. If necessary, the location of the existing distribution transformer could be proposed for shifting. The load of the transformers should be limited to 80% of the capacity. Survey should also be conducted for existing and proposed LT line in ‘abadi’ /agriculture area which will be connected to above DTR.

12 Survey (v) Depending up on the route of the new 11 KV feeder, it will be necessary to shift the existing distribution transformers to the new feeder so to achieve the object of segregation of agricultural pump loads and other loads. (vi) The new LT line whether for agricultural pumps or supply to households shall be extended on PCC poles 140 kg, with AB cable and not with bare AAA conductor. (vii) The survey shall clearly indicate the locations where guarding for line crossing and road crossing is required. (viii) Survey should also indicate the numbers of existing poles which are leaning and are required to be straightened. It should also indicate whether earthing is provided for the poles and proper ground clearance is available. In case it is necessary to provide guarding for the 11 KV line crossing the road it should be indicated. (ix) The survey shall clearly indicate the spans where the ground clearance as per IE Rules is not adequate and suggest measures like erection of mid span poles or Extension piece for raising the height etc. (x) The survey should also bring out clearly the requirement of 11 KV VCB, control panel, CT/PT unit, and Tri vector energy meter -/5 amps and associated materials for 11 KV bay of the exiting 11 KV feeder proposed for separation of agricultural pump consumers from other consumers. (xi) The existing and the proposed 11 KV line, distribution transformers shall be duly mapped on Survey of India maps of appropriate scale of 1:50000. The Survey of India maps shall also be provided by the Contractor at its own cost. (xii) The LT network, looking to its small size, instead of superimposing it on above mentioned Survey of India map, village wise Auto-cad map based on GPS survey shall be prepared for existing and proposed network duly covering landmarks of a particular village. (xiii)The Contractor shall arrange licensed version of CYMDIST software at its own cost. The software along with the GIS software will be handed over to the Project Manager on completion of Project. The hard copies (five numbers for each map) of final maps of high tension and low tension networks shall also be delivered by Contractor to the Project Manager.

13 Consumer Indexing Based on the data collected during the survey, the consumer indexing and asset mapping will be done. Consumers should be appropriately linked in the electrical network starting from LT pole to LT circuit to distribution transformer to 11 kV feeders and finally to 33/11 kV S/s. Formats for consumer indexing and assets mapping are enclosed in Annexure F. Pole numbering starting from existing 33/11 kV S/s to 11 kV feeder, distribution transformer and LT line will be done accordingly. The consumer indexing database shall preferably be furnished on acceptable database platform and the Contractor will also develop a suitable interface between Employer’s metering, billing, collection database with consumer indexing database. The interface must also have data editing and error reporting facility. The source code of such interface will be the property of the Employer. The consumer indexing and asset mapping will be limited to the consumers connected to the 11 kV feeders, both existing and proposed covered under the scope of the works.

14 Time Schedule for activities The time for survey, consumer indexing, and assets mapping; Completion and Commissioning of Facilities of all the Lots is eighteen (18) months from effective date as per following schedule: Stage I - 70% survey, consumer indexing, and assets mapping; and Completion and Commissioning of Facilities or part thereof to the extent of 10% of the contract price within six (6) months of Effective Date. Stage II – 100% (cumulative) survey, consumer indexing and assets mapping within 9 months and Completion and Commissioning of the Facility or part thereof to the extent of 50% (cumulative) of the Contract Price within twelve (12) months of Effective Date. Stage III – Supply, installation testing, completion and commissioning of the Facility or part thereof to the extent of 100% (cumulative) of the Contract price within eighteen (18) months of Effective Date.

15 Methodology of Procurement All equipments/material shall be sourced from reputed manufacturers only. All equipment/material offered shall be of reputed manufacturers only who have designed, manufactured, completely tested (type tested) for relevant Indian Standards and supplied the equipment/ material to various State Electricity Boards or other reputed utilities and which are in trouble free services at least at two different locations for a period of more than two (2) years as on the date of bid opening.

16 Turning Schedule The contractor shall submit to MPPKVVCL Indore his manufacturing, testing and delivery schedules of various items within two weeks form the date of the letter of award in accordance with the delivery requirements stipulated schedule shall also include the materials and items purchased from outside contractors if any.

17 PERT Chart The Contractor shall submit to the Project Manager a detailed programme of performance of the Contract in accordance with Sub-clause GCC 18.2 within fourteen (14) days after the Effective Date. The Contractor shall provide detailed bar chart for various activities to be performed for supply of materials and construction of lines and sub- stations. The completion and operational acceptance has to be achieved within the time limit prescribed above.

18 Progress Report During execution of the Contract, the Contractor shall furnish fortnightly & monthly progress reports to concerned division, circle and Project Manager of MPPKVVCL Indore in a format as specified by the Project Manager. The progress report shall be in a form acceptable to the Project Manager and shall indicate: (a) percentage completion achieved compared with the planned percentage completion for each activity; and (b) where any activity is behind the program, giving comments and likely consequences and stating the corrective action being taken.

19 Contract Performance Guarantee  The Contractor shall, within twenty-eight (28) days of the notification of contract award, provide a security for the due performance of the Contract i.e. BG of being 10% value of the contract price, in the format as given in Tender documents as in Section -6 Bank Guarantees and certificates, 5.1 Form of Performance Security, in favor of the owner and it shall guarantee the faithful performance of the contract in accordance with the terms and conditions specified in this documents and specifications.  The bank guarantee shall be an unconditional and irrevocable Bank Guarantee from Scheduled commercial bank excluding Co- operative bank and Regional Rural banks, having paid up capital (net of any cumulative losses) of Rs. 100 crores or above (the latest annual report of the bank should support compliance of capital adequacy ratio requirement ) covering the advance amount.

20 Mobilization Advance  The Contractor shall, within twenty-eight (28) days of the notification of contract award, provide a security in an amount equal to the advance payment calculated in accordance with the Terms and Procedures of Payment to the Contract Agreement.  The security shall be in the form provided in the bidding documents or in another form acceptable to the Employer. The amount of the security shall be reduced in proportion to the value of the Facilities executed by and paid to the Contractor from time to time, and shall automatically become null and void when the full amount of the advance payment has been recovered by the Employer. The security shall be returned to the Contractor immediately after its expiration.

21 Inspection of Materials MPPKVVCL Indore’s duly authorized representative and / or outside inspection agency on behalf of MPPKVVCL Indore shall have, at all reasonable times, access to the contractor / sub contractor premises or works and shall have the power at all reasonable times to inspect and examine the material and workmanships of the product during its manufacture and if part of the product is being manufactured or assembled at other premises or works, the contractor shall obtain, form MPPKVVCL Indore and / or his duly authorized representative, permission to inspect as if the equipment / material were manufactured or assembled on the contractor’s own premises or works.

22 Guaranteed Technical Particulars The Guaranteed Technical Particulars of the various items shall be furnished by the contractor in one original and two (2) copies in the prescribed schedules of the Specifications for approval. The data furnished in Guaranteed Technical Particulars should be the minimum or maximum value (as per the requirement of the specification) required. The contractor may guarantee a value more stringent than the specification requirement. However, for testing purpose or from performance point of view, the material shall be considered performed successfully if it achieves the minimum / maximum value required as per the technical specification. No preference whatsoever shall be given to the Contractor offering better / more stringent values than those required as per specification.

23 Main Duties of Supervision Consultant 1.The main purpose of the consultant is to provide support to Employer to ensure timely & successful implementation of the contracts to be awarded to prospective contractors for feeder separation in villages under the jurisdiction of the Employer. 2. The Consultant is expected to exercise control on cost, completion time, quality and workmanship of the following works under the project through: (a) Monitoring and supervision of: - erection of 11 kV bay - erection of 11 kV line along with DP/ 4-Pole structure - installation of distribution transformers along with DTR metering - relocation of existing distribution transformers at load centres

24 Main Duties of Supervision Consultant - conversion of existing LT lines to AB cable of suitable size - erection of new LT lines with AB cables for interconnection - replacement of service lines along with shifting and installation of new meters at call- bell locations - conversion of existing LT lines into HVDS - Erection of new service lines & installation of meters for new service connections (b) The prospective supervision consultants should study the scope of work thoroughly, discuss with the Superintending Engineers of circle, if required, as they are expected to reflect the above requirement in their technical and financial proposal adequately besides. (c) Undertake site visits independently and/or jointly with the Employer’s designated representative as and when required, as the case may be, in order to ascertain that the works are carried out according to prescribed specification;

25 Project in Brief CompanyLots Estimated Cost in Cr Rs Proposed infra structure New 11 kV line 11 kV bay with VCB Small DTR (25kVA) LT on AB cable for inter- connectio n LT to AB cable conversion Energy Meter KmNo kmKmNo Phase I WZ, Indore 11564.0010130790100666917543310932 Phase II WZ, Indore PKG I&II 12608.7126548779140257018945285052 Total 231172.71216678156924091139216488595984

26 CompanyLots Estimated Cost in Cr Rs Proposed infra structure for 33KV New 33/11KV Sub-Station 33/11 KV Aug. Power X-mers 33/11 KV Addl. Power X- mers New 33 kV line with dog conductor Temp 1.6MVA in to Per 1.6 MVA Temp. 3.15 MVA into Permane nt 3.15 MVA Temp. 5 MVA into Permane nt 5 MVA 3.15 MVA 1.60 to 3.15 MVA 3.15 to 5.00 MVA 3.15 MVA KmNo No. NoNo. Phase II WZ, Indore package III 390.51343012222147621 Total (Phase- I&II) in Cr. 1263.222

27 Award Status Phase-I S. N. Name of the District Name of O&M Division LO T No. Name of firm to whom turnkey contract awarded (Lowest bidder) Award cost (In Cr.) Date of Award Date ofAgreem- ent Date of issue of Mobalisation Advance (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) (6)(7)(8)(9) 1Indore Indore & Depalpur I M/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd., 40.77 30-11-201031-12-2010 31-01-2011 2Indore Mhow & Pithampur IIM/s NCC Limited, Hyderabad 41.24 30-11-201016-12-2010 29-01-2011 3Dhar Dhar & Manawar IIIM/s Vishwanath Project Ltd., 35.62 19-11-201001-12-2010 05-02-2011 4DharRajgarhIVM/s NCC Limited, Hyderabad 26.61 18-11-201016-12-2010 05-02-2011 5Barwani Barwani & Sendhwa VM/s Vishwanath Project Ltd., 63.01 4-12-201030-12-2010 31-01-2011 6Khargone Khargone – I & Khargone – II VIM/s NCC Limited, Hyderabad 55.17 30-11-201016-12-2010 29-01-2011 7Khargone Barwaha & Mandleshwa r VI I M/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd., 59.57 30-11-201016-12-2010 29-01-2011 8Khandwa Khandwa – I & Khandwa – II VI II M/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd., 75.29 30-11-201016-12-2010 29-01-2011 9 Burhanp ur IXM/s Schaltech Automation (P) Ltd., 32.48 30-11-201016-12-2010 31-01-2011 10Ratlam XM/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd., 50.11 30-11-201030-12-2010 31-01-2011 11RatlamJaora & AlotXIM/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd., 48.39 18-11-201021-1-11 12M/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd., TOTAL Financial Commitment(in Cr) 528.26

28 LOT No. Name of the District Name of firm to whom turnkey contract awarded (Lowest bidder) Total Contract Price (Rs. in Cr.) Date of Award Date of agreemen t 1234 910 XII JhabuaM/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd.,48.2901.08.201129.08.2011 XIII AlirajpurM/s Limited,36.3501.08.201125.08.2011 XIV UjjainM/s Vishwanath Project Ltd.,53.3226.07.201103.09.2011 XV UjjainM/s Limited,43.1030.07.201125.08.2011 XVI DewasM/s Vishwanath Project Ltd.,35.1101.08.201103.09.2011 XVII DewasM/s Limited,35.9101.08.201125.08.2011 XVIII ShajapurM/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd.,47.3401.08.201120.08.2011 XIX ShajapurM/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services Pvt. Ltd.,39.6301.08.201120.08.2011 XX ShajapurM/s Schaltech Automation (P) Ltd., Secunderabad37.0601.08.201130.08.2011 XXI MandsaurM/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd.,56.9501.08.201102.09.2011 XXII MandsaurM/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd.,59.9901.08.201102.09.2011 XXIII NeemuchM/s Megha Engg. & Infra Ltd.,66.5101.08.201102.09.2011 XXIV, Dhar Jhabua, Alirajpur & Khargone M/s Saisudhir Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.,25.8901.08.201127.08.2011 XXV Khandwa, Barwani, Burhanpur & Ujjain M/s Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Mumbai28.8801.08.201120.09.2011 XXVI Dewas, Shajapur, Ratlam, Mandsaur & Neemuch M/s Saisudhir Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.,29.8501.08.201127.08.2011 TOTAL FINANCIAL COMMITMENT (Rs. IN Cr.) 644.18

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