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Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
Feeder Separation Project
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Feeder Separation Project

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Mr. Mohammad Suleman …

Mr. Mohammad Suleman
Secretary (Energy), Govt. of Madhya Pradesh
at RPR 2012, 23-26 August, Goa, India

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  • 1. Feeder Separation ProjectMohammed SulemanSecretary Energy, GoMP August 2012
  • 2. Goal of Power Sector To provide 24 Hours supply to every willing household in the State by FY 13. To ensure continuous 8 hours quality supply to Agricultural consumers through separate feeders by FY 13.
  • 3. Challenges Accurate Demand projection Availability to meet demand Transmission Network Strengthening Distribution System Strengthening Commercial viability of operations
  • 4. Commercial Scenario  AT&C losses • Reduction in last 5 years – About 10% • Current AT&C loss level – 31.62% (excluding transmission losses) • Transmission losses – 3.51%  Share of Agriculture Consumption - 30%  Tariff Subsidy - Rs.1925 crore (FY 12)  Percentage recovery from Agriculture (net of Govt. subsidy) – 50%  RPU & ACoS Gap - Rs.1.03 per unit (FY 12)
  • 5. Proposed Solution Separation of 11kV feeders for domestic and agricultural use in rural areas.
  • 6. Objectives of FSP“To provide commercially viable continuous supply of electricity in rural habitations while ensuring sufficient supply for agricultural use to promote sustainable exploitation of ground water, thereby to accelerate socio-economic development of rural areas.”
  • 7. Benefits of FSP Better quality & reliability of power supply due to separate 11kV feeders and System strengthening. Reduction in AT&C losses: • Prevention of theft / Direct hooking from LT network catering to non-agricultural load; • Reduction in technical losses; and • Restricted supply hours to agricultural pumps. Reduction in Equipment failure. Water Conservation with restricted hours of required power supply to agricultural pumps. Round the clock power supply would encourage development of rural industries. Improvement in Livelihood Index due to accessibility of power for 24 hours in rural areas.
  • 8. No of Feeders require SeparationName of Company Feeders to be Feeders covered Feeders Separated RGGVY & Old covered under schemes Feeder Separation Scheme No. No. No. East 1891 246 1645 Central 1729 395 1334 West 2642 315 2327 State 6262 956 5306
  • 9. Scope of Feeder Separation Project Central WestParticulars Unit East Discom State Discom Discom 33 kV S/s No 0 169 65 23411 kV new Kms 37138 17571 16979 71688 line DTR No 28504 32553 24640 85697 HVDS Kms 0 6438 5916 12354 Conversion Kms 21487 15000 20503 56990to AB Cable Meter No 587701 751269 596285 1935255 No of No 1645 1334 2327 5306 Feeders No of No 15860 15745 10837 42442 Villages
  • 10. Project Cost of Feeder Separation Cost (Rs in Cr) Other Schemes 1st Phase (REC) 2nd Phase(ADB) (RGGVY & Name Old ADB) Totalof the CostDiscom Distt. Distt. No. of Cost No. of Cost No of (in (in Cost feeders feeders Feeders No.) No.) East 9 708 765.88 8 937 1012.32 280 119.37 1897.57Central 7 516 427.13 9 818 717.88 376 510.80 1655.81 West 7 1209 528.26 7 1118 699.11 451 377.00 1604.37State 23 2433 1721.27 24 2873 2429.31 1107 1007.17 5157.70 For the 1st Phase, Loan is sanctioned by REC Ltd. For the 2nd Phase, Loan is sanctioned by ADB.
  • 11. Project Methodology • District-wise turnkey contracts for construction • No material supply by the Discoms • Contractor to design the system and approval by Independent Engineer • Construction supervision by Independent Engineering firm • Concurrent supervision by Discom officers • Centralized Project Management at Corporate offices • Contractor to ensure loss level below 12% post completion at DTR level
  • 12. Procurement Strategy (1/3) Bid documents were prepared in advance Contractor conferences were organized • Delhi (04.08.2010,No of participants-35) • Hyderabad (05.08.2010, No of participants-32) • Mumbai (09.08.2010, No of participants-31) Independent supervision- First time concept of PMC introduced in the Discoms for better monitoring, quality control & timely completion of the project. • PMC for Phase-I: M/s Feedback Ventures Pvt. Ltd. for all 3 Discoms • PMC for Phase-II: M/s UR Scott Wilson for West & East Discoms M/s ICT Pvt. Ltd. for Central Discom
  • 13. Procurement Strategy (2/3) Transparent process: • National level publicity by arranging conferences in metro/ Tier-I cities; • Publication in national newspapers; and • Publicity through website of the Discoms. Competition: Bids received Discom Max. Nos. Min. Nos. Average East 27 4 13 Central 24 6 12 West 23 6 14 Award: Discom No of Contracts Awarded East 29 Central 19 West 26
  • 14. Procurement Strategy (3/3) Time taken in the process (Issue of NIT to LoA) Discom Phase-I Phase-II East 3 months 6 months Central 4.5 months 5 months West 4 months 5.5 months Some Names of contractors • West Discom- M/s. Hythro Power Ltd. Gurgaon, M/s Aster Tele Services Hyderabad, M/s Vindhya Telelinks Ltd. New Delhi, M/s UbiTech Ltd. Faridabad, M/s NCC Ltd, M/s Vishwa Infrastructures Services P. Ltd. M/s Megha Engg & Infra Ltd.–KEPCO(JV), M/s Vishwanath Project Ltd., etc. • East Discom- Aster, Godrej, KMG, Era, ARK, Ramky, Kepco Korea, A2Z, Eltel, GET Power, New Modern, UB Engg. • Central Discom- M/s KEI, Godrej, GET,NCC,Jyoti structure, Shyam Indus, AMRCL.
  • 15. PROGRESS OF FEEDER SEPARATION WORK UP TO JULY 2012 Discom Total no. of Cumulative progress of % feeder to be feeder separated up to achievement separated 31st July 2012 in all scheme No. of Total feeders villages East 1891 617 4227 33% Central 1729 578 3848 33% West 2642 874 2665 33% Total 6262 2069 10740 33%
  • 16. Final Results (Expected)State After Feeder Increase Particulars Existing Separation No % 33kV S/s 2638 2872 234 9%Length of 11kV 216488 288176 71688 33% Lines in Km Cable (Kms) 9560 69677 60117 629% No of DTRs 302502 388199 85697 28% Meter 6084683 8109417 2024774 33% No of rural domestic 40.22 50.45 10.23 25%Consumers (in lakhs)
  • 17. Sample ResultsS. Particulars AT&C Loss %No. Before After FSP FSP1 11 KV Bhaitari feeder 39.90 29.502 11 KV Kusmi feeder 49.47 31.453 11KV Surkhi feeder 64.55 4.714 11KV Sehora feeder 85.13 15.875 11KV Mugalia Chhap & Kodia feeder 79.00 29.006 Distribution Centre Harsola (8 feeders) 69.45 9.787 Distn.Centre Teesgaon (14 feeders) 50.50 38.328 Dhar Circle (154feeders) 48.57 38.309 Distn.Centre Jaora (R) (4 feeders) 57.91 14.9010 Distn.Centre Uplai (12 feeders) 66.10 29.21
  • 18. Thanks
  • 19. Sample Results - East Discom (1/3)SN Name of Name of Name of 11KV feeder No. of Input in Unit Demand Collection T&D Loss % AT&C Divsiion the consumer LU Sold in in efficiency %Loss 33/11KV LU Rs.lacs % Sub-station 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 O&M Sidhi Kothiya Data before commencement of FS 478 0.52 0.3 0.72 104.17 42.31 39.90 Data after completion of FS 1 Bhitari 669 0.65 0.52 1.01 88.12 20.00 29.50 Percentage change 39.96 25.00 73.33 40.28 -15.41 -22.31 -10.40 O&M Sidhi Kusmi Data before commencement of FS 440 0.5 0.33 1.41 75.89 33.41 49.47 Data after completion of FS 3 Kusmi 504 0.33 0.28 1.56 80.13 14.45 31.45 Percentage change 14.55 -34.00 -15.21 10.64 5.59 -18.96 -18.02 Back
  • 20. Sample Results - East Discom (2/3) Name of Town/DC/FS 11KV SURKHI FEEDER (SAGAR CIRCLE)S. FY Input Unit Sold Unit Billing T&D Demand Coll. Effi. AT&C RPUNo. (LU) (LU) Eff. % Loss % (Rs. in Collection % Loss % Rs./Unit lakh) (Rs. in lakh) 2009-10 1 18.12 7.80 44.15 55.85 7.85 6.30 80.30 64.55 0.35 (BEFORE FS) 2011-12 5 10.04 8.65 82.88 13.86 31.54 34.89 110.63 4.71 3.48 (AFTER FS) Percentage -44.61 8.08 38.73 -41.99 453.87 30.33 -59.84 894% change Back
  • 21. Sample Results - East Discom (3/3) Name of Town/DC/FS 11kv SEHORA FEEDER (Sagar Circle)S. FY Input Sold Unit Billing T&D Demand (Rs. Collection Coll. AT&C RPUNo. Unit (LU) Eff. % Loss % in lakh) (Rs. in Effi. % Loss % Rs./U (LU) lakh) nit 2009-101 5.73 1.00 17.43 82.57 21.30 18.17 85.33 85.13 3.17 (BEFORE FS) 2011-125 9.89 8.27 83.63 16.37 35.62 35.83 100.60 15.87 3.62 (AFTER FS) %Change 72.45 727.32 66.20 -66.20 67.23 97.15 15.27 -69.26 14% Back
  • 22. Sample Results - Central Discom T&D AND AT&C LOSSES OF 11 KV MUGALIYA CHHAP AND 11KV KODIA FEEDER JOINTLY(A) BEFORE FEEDER SEPERATION Demand Sold No. of Input in T&D Rs in Collection Collection Billing AT&CMonth Unit in RPU Cons. LU loss% Lakhs Rs in Lakhs efficiency efficiency loss% LUApr-12 721 4.25 1.08 74.59 1.78 1.46 82% 25% 79% 0.34(B) AFTER FEEDER SEPERATION Demand Collection No. of Input in Sold Unit T&D Rs in Collection Billing AT&CMonth Rs in Lakhs RPU Cons. LU in LU loss% Lakhs efficiency efficiency loss%Jun-12 2473 4.37 3.29 24.71 9.84 9.25 94% 75% 29% 2.12Differen 243 3 284 (-)49.88 453 534 12% 50% (-)50% 523ce in % Back
  • 23. Sample Results - West Discom (1/5) AN ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION CENTRES- HARSOLATotal No. of 11 kV feeders-8 Village Covered- 311 KV feeders separated- 8 Village Benefitted- 3 Sold unit in Demand in Collection Billing Collection AT&C Year Input in lacs RPU Lacs Lacs in Lacs Eff. Eff. Losses 2010-11 114.98 79.51 170.76 160.58 69.15 94.04 34.97 1.4 2011-12 130.29 98.19 210.88 224.33 75.36 106.38 19.83 1.7Growth in 2011- 13.32 23.49 23.49 39.70 6.21 12.34 -15.14 0.3312 Compare to 2010-11 Upto June-2011 36.29 13.89 35.44 28.28 38.28 79.80 69.45 0.8 Upto June-2012 23.78 18.39 55.71 64.99 77.33 116.66 9.78 2.7 Difference -12.51 4.5 20.27 36.71 39.06 36.86 59.67 1.95Growth in June- -34.47 32.40 57.20 129.81 39.06 36.86 -59.67 250.71 12 compare toJune-2011 in % Back
  • 24. Sample Results - West Discom (2/5) AN ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION CENTRES - TEESGAON VillagesTotal No.of 11 KV Feeders :- 14 Covered :- 29 Villages Benefitted :-11 KV Feeders Separated :- 14 29 Sold unit in Collection in Year Input in lacs Demand in Lacs Collection Eff. Demand unit RPU AT&C Loss Lacs Lacs 2010-11 235.93 132.83 249.55 254.39 101.94 57.39 1.06 43.70 2011-12 251.17 156.34 338.95 323.67 95.49 59.44 1.35 37.76Growth in 2011- 6.46 17.70 35.82 27.23 -6.45 2.05 0.29 -5.94 12 compare to 2010-11Upto JUNE 2011 45.28 20.15 44.36 40.86 92.11 40.99 0.98 55.50Upto JUNE 2012 43.09 26.58 66.89 62.03 92.73 57.20 1.55 38.32 Numeric Difference in JUNE 12 -2.19 6.43 22.53 21.17 0.62 16.21 0.57 -17.18compare to JUNE 11Growth in JUNE -4.84 31.91 50.79 51.81 0.62 39.55 58.45 -17.182012 compear toJUNE 2011 in % Back
  • 25. Sample Results - West Discom (3/5) AN ANALYSIS OF - DHAR CIRCLETotal No.of 11 KV Feeders :- 244 Villages Covered :- 133711 KV Feeders Separated :- 154 Villages Benefitted :-483 Sold unit in Demand in Collection in Collection Year Input in lacs Billing Eff. RPU AT&C Loss Lacs Lacs Lacs Eff. 2009-10 749.00 466.55 12120.55 12215.23 62.29 100.78 1.62 37.71 2010-11 832.37 537.66 15289.52 14834.17 64.59 97.02 1.84 35.41 2011-12 1034.67 695.67 20110.84 19147.58 67.24 95.21 1.94 32.76Growth in 2010- 11.13 15.24 26.15 21.44 2.30 -3.76 0.22 -2.30 11 compare to 2009-10Growth in 2011- 24.30 29.39 31.53 29.08 2.64 -1.81 0.11 -2.64 12 compare to 2010-11Upto June 2011 210.74 108.39 3708.84 3290.76 51.43 88.73 1.76 48.57Upto June 2012 222.43 137.24 4991.96 4666.90 61.70 93.49 2.24 38.30 Growth in June 5.55 26.62 34.60 41.82 10.27 4.76 0.48 -10.272012 compear to June 2011 Back
  • 26. Sample Results - West Discom (4/5) AN ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION CENTERS -JAORA(R)Total No. of 11 KV Feeders -: 4 Villages Covered-: 1711 KV Feeders Separated-: 4 Villages Benefitted-:17 Sold unit in Demand in Collection Collection Demand Year Input in lacs Billing Eff. RPU % loss AT&C Loss Lacs Lacs in Lacs Eff. unit 2009-10 212.44 138.91 275.59 226.78 65.39% 82.29% 1.3 1.07 34.61% 46.19% 2010-11 205.3 145.2 292.83 266.45 70.73% 90.99% 1.43 1.3 29.27% 35.65% 2011-12 217.66 167.28 381.16 367.82 76.85% 96.50% 1.75 1.69 23.15% 25.84% Growth in 2010-11 -3.36% 4.53% 6.26% 17.49% 5.34% 8.70% 0.13 0.23 -5.34% -10.55% compareto 2009-10Growth in 2011-12 6.02% 15.21% 30.16% 38.04% 6.13% 5.51% 0.32 0.39 -6.13% -9.81% compareto 2010-11 Up to 35.65 19.21 48.91 38.2 53.88% 78.10% 1.37 1.07 46.12% 57.91%May-2011 Up to 32.39 26.78 64.52 66.41 82.68% 102.93% 1.99 2.05 17.32% 14.90%May-2012Growthin May- 2012 -9.14% 39.41% 31.92% 73.85% 28.79% 24.83% 0.62 0.98 -28.79% -43.02%compareto May- 2011 Back
  • 27. Sample Results - West Discom (5/5) AN ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION CENTERS - UPLAITotal No. of 11 KV Feeders -: 12 Villages Covered-: 2911 KV Feeders Separated-: 12 Villages Benefitted-:29 Sold unit in Demand in Collection in Demand Year Input in lacs Billing Eff. Collection Eff. RPU % loss AT&C Loss Lacs Lacs Lacs unit 2009-10 274.4 145.42 304.91 264.11 53.00% 86.62% 1.11 0.96 47.00% 54.10% 2010-11 303.38 173.78 366.89 314.47 57.28% 85.71% 1.21 1.04 42.72% 50.90% 2011-12 348.53 186.76 422.8 429.55 53.59% 101.60% 1.21 1.23 46.41% 45.56%Growth in 2010-11 10.56% 19.50% 20.33% 19.07% 4.29% -0.91% 0.1 0.07 -4.29% -3.19%compare to 2009-10Growth in 2011-12 14.88% 7.47% 15.24% 36.59% -3.70% 15.88% 0 0.2 3.70% -5.34%compare to 2010-11Up to May- 59.07 22.81 54.98 48.26 38.62% 87.78% 0.93 0.82 61.38% 66.10% 2011Up to May- 51.48 25.77 59.93 84.75 50.06% 141.41% 1.16 1.65 49.94% 29.21% 2012Growth inMay-2012compeart -12.85% 12.98% 9.00% 75.61% 11.44% 53.64% 0.23 0.83 -11.44% -36.89% to May- 2011 Back

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