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  • 1. 4TH AUGUST, 2013 GOA Umesh Narayan Panjiar Chairman Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission Patna, Bihar (India) 1
  • 2. Energy security key to sustainable development and well being. Region home to ~24% of world population. >40% of world population without access to electricity resides in South Asia. Energy and peak shortages. Ample Resources – Coal, Hydro, Gas. 2
  • 3. India has coal and hydro, wind and solar potential. Nepal and Bhutan have huge hydro potential. Bangladesh has good gas reserve. Pakistan has huge coal reserve. Myanmar has good hydro and natural gas. 3
  • 4. – For annual growth of 8% - 778 GW needed by year 31-32. Current generation >200 GW. Per capita consumption (Jan. ‘12) - 778 kWh. World average 2429 kWh. Energy deficit 8.5% and peak deficit 9.5% (2010-11) Current Scenario 4
  • 5.  Started in year 1971.  12 existing 11kv, 33kv and 132kv transmission lines.  Existing trade ~100MW.  Agreement for import of 150MW by Nepal.  400kv Muzaffarpur (India) – Dhalkebar (Nepal) HVDC line under development.  Short term transmission line under development for supply of additional 75MW.  70MU free power from Tanakpur HEP.  System strengthening for 132 MW. 5
  • 6. Contd…. 42,000 MW economically feasible. Target of 10,000 MW by year 2020. >2,000 MW under development. Potential for export to India. Additional transmission link required. 6
  • 7. India imports 1200-1400 MW hydro power from Bhutan. Cross border transmission link synchronized with Indian grid. Plan to develop ~ 10,000 MW hydro power by year 2020. ~ 2,900 MW under development. Export to India after meeting domestic demand. Cross border transmission line under development. 7
  • 8.  Hydro power potential in Bhutan – 30,000 MW.  Identified 75 projects - capacity ~26,000 MW by 2030.  14 Projects~10000MW capacity by 2020.  Harnessed 2800 MW.  Under development Punatsangchhu 1 (1200MW), Punatsangchhu2 (720MW) Mangdechhu (720MW).  Small domestic demand and huge market in India.  Cross border transmission lines installed / under development. 8
  • 9.  Bangladesh generation ~ 9,000 MW, peak deficit and energy deficit.  Cross Border Grid connection 400 KV HVDC under development.  Capacity for transmission - 500 MW.  Link between Behrampur (India) and Bheramara (Bangladesh).  250 MW under bilateral agreement from NVVNL.  250 MW through competitive bidding from Indian market. 9
  • 10. India – Sri Lanka  360 km Madurai (India)-Anuradhapura (Sri Lanka) 400KV HVDC bipole Grid Inter-connection under development.  Includes 120 km submarine cable.  Transmission capacity 1,000 MW. India - Pakistan  Feasibility of cross border Grid Inter-connection between India and Pakistan under discussion. 10
  • 11. 11 Hydro Power and Natural Gas. Tamanthi (6x200MW) and Shwezeye (642MW) envisaged. For export to India. Evacuation at 400KV level. Transmission system to be integrated with Indian grid.
  • 12. Facilitating policies for cross border electricity trade. Facilitating regulatory regime. Exemption from duty on import and export. Development of transmission lines and synchronization of grid . Development of Regional Institutions. 12
  • 13. Thank You 13