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Mr. Jayant Deo

Mr. Jayant Deo
MD & CEO, IEX
at RPR 2012, 23-26 August, Goa, India

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    • Open AccessMD & CEO, Indian Energy Exchangejayant.deo@iexindia.com www.iexindia.com
    • Proviso 86 (1) (a) Section 86 . (Functions of State Commission): --- (1) The State Commission shall discharge the following functions, namely : - (a) determine the tariff for generation, supply, transmission and wheeling of electricity, wholesale, bulk or retail, as the case may be, within the State: Provided that where open access has been permitted to a category of consumers under section 42, the State Commission shall determine only the wheeling charges and surcharge thereon, if any, for the said category of consumers;
    • Guidelines for DISCOMS under Sec 49contract with Open Access consumers…Section 45. (Power to recover charges): ---(2) The charges for electricity supplied by adistribution licensee shall be -(a) fixed in accordance with the methods andthe principles as may be specified by theconcerned State Commission ;(b) published in such manner so as to giveadequate publicity for such charges andprices.
    • Cost of power procurement will decrease as bulk consumers are pushed into the market Analysis of Rate of Sale of Power (INR/kWh) for all Generating Stations for 2008-09 2.50 Source: CEA Annual Report 2009-10 Max Value Rs. 2.37/kWhWeighted Average Rate of Sale of Power (Rs./ kWh) 2.00 At 75% Value is Rs. 1.82/kWh 1.50 1.00 0.50 0.00 Cumulative Capacity Generation (MW)
    • At IEX, daily 500 MW – 2000MW unsoldduring Aug’10 - Oct’11 while Load shedding… Average unsold power per hour during the month of May-2011Quantity in Mega Watt for the Price range of Rs-2 to 3.5 Approximately 65% (Approximate-600 MU) of 286 power was not sold on an average for Rs-3.5 Rs 3.51500 279 291 298 267 228 286 Rs 3 275 1631000 254 266 216 273 325 167 244 241 821 265 275 337 426 747 Rs 2.5 252 288 185 A Minimum of 230 665 MW in every hour 500 662 180 591 774 294 224 536 302 608 204 215 556 540 172 192 270 Rs 2 394 172 173 398 345 147 145 132 161 206 214 198 168 139 136 164 113 167 88 102 179 122 130 115 46 49 74 45 0 31 24 14 1 36 18 14 10 21 15 38 43 24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Night-Off Peak Morning Peak H O U R S O F T H E Day Peak Y D A Evening Peak Source: IEX
    • Impact of migration of the HT Consumersfrom MSEDCL to market purchase mode Percentage migration of HT Per unit consumers (Rs./Kwh) 5% 10% 15% 20% 33% Reduction in energy purchased (MU) 1985.77 3971.54 5957.32 7943.09 13106.10 Reduction in cost (Rs. Crore) 953.76 1832.81 2704.15 3529.40 5643.75 Reduction in revenue (Rs. Crore) 848.99 1697.97 2546.96 3395.95 5603.31 Total additional revenue/ cost saving 137.06 199.41 254.05 262.60 253.53 If cross subsidy surcharge applied 0.91 139.91 279.82 419.72 559.63 923.39 TOTAL AMOUNT SAVED/ADDITIONAL REVENUE (Rs. Crore) 276.97 479.22 673.77 822.23 1176.92 Additional Revenue as a percentage of Sale revenue 0.94% 1.62% 2.28% 2.79% 3.99% Without cross subsidy 0.46% 0.68% 0.86% 0.89% 0.86% Source: MERC, Annual Performance Review for MSEDCL FY 2010-11
    • More consumers need to be pushed intothe open market…Participation at IEX No. of Private Generators Open Access Industrial State (CPP, IPP, MPP & Co-gen) Consumers Maharashtra 8 1 Rajasthan 12 82 Karnataka 31 16 Andhra Pradesh 12 66 Punjab 4 285 Orissa 2 0 Madhya Pradesh 8 6 Chhattisgarh 19 3 Haryana 1 74 Tamil Nadu 0 516 Gujarat 16 62 Uttarakhand 1 32 Arunachal Pradesh 0 4 Others 39 2 Total 153 1149
    • To promote competition in electricity, IEXhas proposed a National Bulk Market… 1 MW+ Deemed Open Access Consumers No Regulated Tariff for Energy DISCOMs not prepared to give Standby power Sec 49 contract faces audit compliance hurdle
    • Established DAM Market Well established National Day-Ahead-Market (DAM) Up to 2,800 MW traded for 1,000+ Direct Consumers Error free auctions for 36,000+ Hours System Operators, Banks & stakeholders geared for large volumes
    • Due to below cost recovery pricesthere is “bottled up” Capacity 220,000 Peak Factor 58% 200,000 64% Total Capacity Total Capacity (MW) 180,000 199,627 Total Capacity (MW) Total Capacity 160,000 Total Capacity 190,593 MW 173,626 140,000 Total Capacity 190,593 MW 171,926 MW Capacity (MW) 120,000 171,926 MW 100,000 80,000 60,000 Demand Met (MW) Demand Met (MW) 110,256 Demand Met 116,191 40,000 Demand Met Demand Met 20,000 Demand Met - Mar-11 Mar-12 Source: CEA Rampant load shedding Backup DG sets at Rs. 13/ kWh
    • National Bulk Market Enable a voluntary pool for 15,000 1MW+ consumers Pool is supplied power through the Day-Ahead- Market DISCOMs to declare unrequired supplies for short term Gencos offer unrequired power at DAM & share profits with DISCOMs (losses to be put under addl surcharge)
    • National Bulk Market IPPs, NTPC to provide power (Solar:Coal and part of discretionary quota to pool) Balancing market could be started to ensure stability Transmission corridor allocation to be done suitably to ensure supplies
    • SummaryCurrent Scenario New Scenario DAM No Fuel Cost Corridor Regulated pass through Allocation & Tariff for UMPPs Power from for LNG Supply /other plants Private, 1MW + Mixed etc. for Gas consumers Power Plants
    • Thank you! www.iexindia.comPromoters:Joint Equity Partners:Technology :