Orissa

Nagaland

1

W.B.

Uttaranchal

U.P.

Tripura

T.N.

Sikkim

Rajasthan

Punjab

17.16

25.96

31.01

35.17

34.12
...
21.41
21.13

93-94
94-95

2
32.54

32.53

03-04

33.98

32.86

30.93

02-03

01-02

00-01

99-00

26.45

24.79

97-98
98-9...
ANOMALIES IN T&D
LOSS COMPUTATION
• In absence of feeder metering in the past, substantial portion of
T&D loss, including ...
AT&C LOSS
 It is the difference between units input into the system and the units
for which the payment is collected.
 T...
2002-03
2003-04

5

JVVNL (Rajasthan)

Chattisgarh

HESCOM
(Karnataka)

Tripura

Gujarat

BESCOM
(Karnataka)

Kerala

2001...
2002-03
2003-04

6

Pashchimanchal
VVNL (U.P.)

Poorvanchal VVNL
(U.P.)

DHBVNL (Haryana)

Goa

WESCO (Orissa)

BRPL

NDPL...
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04

7

Himachal Pradesh

Arunachal
Pradesh

Sikkim

Manipur

Mizoram

Bihar

Jammu& Kashmir

Jharkhan...
AT&C LOSS BELOW 25%
State/Utility

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

APNPDCL

26.14

26.84

10.41

APSPDCL

24.45

27.26

17.17

...
Utilities With AT&C Loss between 25-50%
State/Utility
MESCOM (Kar)
Kerala
BESCOM (Kar)
Tripura
Gujarat
HESCOM (Kar)
Chatti...
Utilities With More Than 50% AT&C Loss
State/Utility
CESCO (Orissa)
SESCO (Orissa)
BYPL (Delhi)
Assam
M.P.
UHBVNL (Haryana...
(Source:Plg. Comm/ PFC)

11
Fig Rs. in Crore

03-04

02-03

01-02

2K-01

99-2K

98-99

97-98

96-97

95-96

93-94

93-94
...
TOTAL LOSS OF UTILITIES W/O SUBSIDY
(% OF TURN OVER)
41.29
37.17
33.00

24.61

26.22

24.57

15.79
13.59

96-97

97-98

98...
ACS, ARR & REVENUE GAP
(Power Input Basis)
250
225
39.00
71.03

175
150
125
100

ACS

ARR

13

2003-04

2002-03

2001-02

...
REASONS FOR AT&C LOSSES
•

Technical Losses:
–
–
–
–
–

•

Overloading of existing lines and substation equipments
Absence...
ONE OF THE MAIN REASON FOR INCREASE IN
LOSSES IN THE SECTOR IS LOW INVESTMENT IN
THE T&D IN COMPARISON TO THE GENERATION.
...
INITIATIVES TAKEN BY MINISTRY
FOR REDUCTION OF AT&C LOSS

1. CHIEF MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE:
Held in March 2001.
Main resolut...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
C) SERC:
23 states constituted and 4 states notified.
18 SERCs have issued tariff orders

D) Commerc...
STATUS OF REFORMS
STATE

SERC

Number of
T/O by SERC

Feeder Metering
(%)

Consumer Metering
(%)

Energy Audit
initiated

...
STATUS OF REFORMS
STATE

SERC
Const.

Number of
T/O by SERC

Feeder Metering
(%)

Consumer Metering
(%)

Energy Audit
Init...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
2.

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
States were to sign MOU for assistance from Govt of India and
mandat...
INITIATIVES TAKEN…..
3. Accelerated Power Development &
Reforms Programme
The programme aims at :





Reduction of AT...
2003-04
Sanctions

2004-05
Releases

2005-06
Utilisation

Year Wise cumulative status of APDRP (As on 31.05.2005)
22

7166...
Investment Growth in Power Sector
• As per the report of Economic Intelligence ServiceDec. 2004, the growth in power secto...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
Incentive Component
Sl. Name of States Year

Reduction in Eligibility
Incentive
Cash Loss
for Incent...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
4.
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA)
UNDER APDRP
•The Main features are:
 Constitution of Distribution ...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
Theft Control
5.

ANTI-THEFT

PROVISIONS

IN

ELECTRICITY

ACT- 2003 (Sec:135-137, 153)
– Provides l...
ACTION TAKEN BY STATES FOR THEFT CONTROL
STATE

Implementation Of
theft provisions of
Electricity Act ‘03

A.P

Yes

Chatt...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
6.

Consumer Indexing for Energy audit

7.

11 kv Feeder Management required for Energy Audit

8.

I...
Other Initiatives By Utilities
STATE

Feeder
Mgmt.
Initiated

Consumer
Indexing
started

Consumer
Care Centre
started

Spo...
Other Initiatives By Utilities
STATE

Feeder
Mgmt.
Initiated

Consumer
Indexing
started

Consumer
Care Centre
started

Spo...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
12. WORKSHOP ON BEST PRACTICES
•

3 days National level workshop in Dec. 2004 on Best
Practices adop...
State-wise participation In
PMI Training Programmes
Sl

State

Total
Sl
Participants

Total
Participants

State

1

Gujara...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
14. Distribution Reform Upgrades & Management
(DRUM) Project: In collaboration with USAID
•

To adop...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
15. RANKING OF UTILITIES:
To evaluate performance of utilities and to assess their
improvements. CRI...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
RANKING OF UTILITIES
State

(Source ICRA/CRISIL)

Mar 2005
Points

Jan 2004

Rank

Points

Rank

And...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..

RANKING OF UTILITIES
State

(Source ICRA/CRISIL)

Mar 2005
Points

Jan 2004

Rank

Points

Rank

Tr...
INITIATIVES TAKEN …..
16.

RELIABILITY INDEX (RI):
The Reliability Index of the power supply is being monitored for
select...
AT&C LOSS: BEST 15 TOWNS (%)
Town

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

Salem ( urban)`

9.45

9.28

7.52

Tiruchengode

8.92

8.86
...
AT&C LOSS: WORST 15 TOWNS (%)
Sl.

Town

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

1

Jamtara

83.33

81.26

80.35

2

Garwha

82.30

82....
AT&C LOSSES OF PRIVATE DISCOMS (%)
SL.

DISCOM

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

-

10.49

-

-

11.32

1

NOIDA POWER (UP)

2

...
DT FAILURE RATE: BEST 15 TOWNS (%)
Town

Sl.

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

1

Kakinada

0.70

0.65

0.63

2

Chengleputtu

6...
DT FAILURE RATE: WORST 15 TOWNS (%)
Town

Sl.

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

1

Daltonganj

26.00

27.00

26.00

2

Ramchandr...
OUTAGE DURATION PER FEEDER (IN MIN.)
Sl.

Town

1.

Mumbai (BSES)

2.

Kolkata

3.

No. of
11kV
feeders

Outage
Duration
P...
TOTAL No. of TRIPPINGS Best 15 towns
March 2005

Sl.

Town

1.

Vishakapatnam

2.

Surat

3.

Trivandurm

3.

Thane

4.

B...
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  1. 1. Orissa Nagaland 1 W.B. Uttaranchal U.P. Tripura T.N. Sikkim Rajasthan Punjab 17.16 25.96 31.01 35.17 34.12 49.23 46.44 43.74 41.44 45.54 57.09 54.99 55 55.54 60 Mizoram 16.73 20 Meghalaya 32.07 45.05 43.66 42.55 65.18 70 Manipur 21.63 23.29 25.35 22.78 24.2 36.68 NationalAverage 32. 53 % Maharashtra M.P. Kerala Karnataka Jharkhand J&K H.P. Haryana Gujarat Goa Delhi Chattisgarh Bihar 39.31 40 Assam 47.54 50 Arunachal 27.73 30 A.P. State-wise T&D Loss (%) 2003-04 10
  2. 2. 21.41 21.13 93-94 94-95 2 32.54 32.53 03-04 33.98 32.86 30.93 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 26.45 24.79 97-98 98-99 24.53 96-97 22.27 21.8 92-93 95-96 22.83 91-92 T&D LOSS IN THE COUNTRY (In %) (Source : CEA)
  3. 3. ANOMALIES IN T&D LOSS COMPUTATION • In absence of feeder metering in the past, substantial portion of T&D loss, including theft of electricity gets attributed to agricultural consumption. While, agricultural consumption is around 20-25%, utilities were showing it as 35-40% and correspondingly T&D losses shown as 20-25%. • Also, T&D loss was being computed taking into account electricity bills issued to consumers as accrued income & not on actual collection. Therefore, T&D loss figures did not capture the major gap between the billing and the collection, apart from large amount of theft. • To get over this problem, concept of Aggregate Technical & Commercial (AT&C) loss was introduced. 3
  4. 4. AT&C LOSS  It is the difference between units input into the system and the units for which the payment is collected.  T&D Loss do not capture losses on account of non-realisation of payments.  AT&C Loss is the clearest measure of overall efficiency of the distribution business as it measures technical as well as commercial losses.  AT&C Loss(%) = (Energy Input – Energy Realised)X100 Energy Input  Energy Realised = Energy Billed X Collection Efficiency  Collection Efficiency (%) = Amount Realised X100 Amount Billed 4
  5. 5. 2002-03 2003-04 5 JVVNL (Rajasthan) Chattisgarh HESCOM (Karnataka) Tripura Gujarat BESCOM (Karnataka) Kerala 2001-02 MESCOM (Karnataka) Meghalaya Punjab APCPDCL Tamilnadu APEPDCL APSPDCL APNPDCL 23 22 19 24 28 32 31 29 27 26 39 41 41 41 59 AT&C LOSS OF POWER UTILITIES %
  6. 6. 2002-03 2003-04 6 Pashchimanchal VVNL (U.P.) Poorvanchal VVNL (U.P.) DHBVNL (Haryana) Goa WESCO (Orissa) BRPL NDPL (Delhi) 2001-02 Madhyanchal VVNL (U.P.) AVVNL (Rajasthan) Maharashtra GESCOM(Karnataka) Uttaranchal JDVVNL (Rajasthan) West Bengal Pondicherry 0 35 41 41 39 49 47 47 49 48 48 47 46 53 57 AT&C LOSS OF POWER UTILITIES %
  7. 7. 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 7 Himachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Sikkim Manipur Mizoram Bihar Jammu& Kashmir Jharkhand Nagaland Dakshinachal VVNL (U.P.) Assam BYPL UHBVNL (Haryana) Madhya Pradesh SESCO (Orissa) CESCO(Orissa) NESCO (Orissa) AT&C LOSS OF POWER UTILITIES %
  8. 8. AT&C LOSS BELOW 25% State/Utility 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 APNPDCL 26.14 26.84 10.41 APSPDCL 24.45 27.26 17.17 APEPDCL 27.29 19.32 17.79 Tamilnadu 19.26 20.50 18.00 APCPDCL 28.80 29.68 19.12 Punjab 27.66 26.52 22.39 Meghalaya 21.64 24.97 24.20 8
  9. 9. Utilities With AT&C Loss between 25-50% State/Utility MESCOM (Kar) Kerala BESCOM (Kar) Tripura Gujarat HESCOM (Kar) Chattisgarh JVVNL (Raj) Pondicherry JDVVNL (Raj) GESCOM (Kar) Maharashtra AVVNL (Raj) MVVNL (UP) NDPL (Del) BRPL (Del) WESCO (Or) Goa DHBVNL (Har) PoVVNL (UP) PaVVNL (UP) 2001-02 40.50 30.76 40.50 32.10 23.28 40.50 39.03 59.31 38.97 52.77 40.50 45.70 49.04 46.92 48.10 48.10 57.18 48.52 40.69 46.92 46.92 2002-03 2003-04 26.66 29.08 26.05 34.17 31.24 34.35 37.47 40.11 41.67 42.17 31.01 45.13 41.42 31.78 47.79 47.40 47.30 46.38 39.75 31.78 31.78 9 26.01 27.44 29.20 31.05 31.05 31.82 35.40 38.62 41.01 41.56 43.74 44.18 44.57 44.57 44.86 45.07 46.18 48.39 48.68 48.82 49.70
  10. 10. Utilities With More Than 50% AT&C Loss State/Utility CESCO (Orissa) SESCO (Orissa) BYPL (Delhi) Assam M.P. UHBVNL (Haryana) DVVNL (U.P.) Nagaland Jharkhand J&K Bihar Mizoram Manipur Sikkim 2001-02 63.64 52.80 57.2 36.95 40.32 45.92 46.92 61.00 63.29 69.10 79.74 74.35 81.37 2002-03 55.04 49.76 61.89 37.53 49.92 42.82 31.78 57.86 53.00 61.71 68.64 75.15 76.88 80.5 2003-04 51.10 51.56 54.29 54.41 52.56 52.84 59.30 59.76 65.00 67.58 68.50 72.41 72.62 78.27 10
  11. 11. (Source:Plg. Comm/ PFC) 11 Fig Rs. in Crore 03-04 02-03 01-02 2K-01 99-2K 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 93-94 93-94 92-93 91-92 6125 5060 4560 3000 8770 13963 11305 20623 21064 20860 27068 25259 26353 TOTAL COMMERCIAL LOSSES OF SEBs/UTILITIES (WITHOUT SUBSIDY)
  12. 12. TOTAL LOSS OF UTILITIES W/O SUBSIDY (% OF TURN OVER) 41.29 37.17 33.00 24.61 26.22 24.57 15.79 13.59 96-97 97-98 98-99 (Source : Plng. Comm./PFC) 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 12 03-04
  13. 13. ACS, ARR & REVENUE GAP (Power Input Basis) 250 225 39.00 71.03 175 150 125 100 ACS ARR 13 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 75 1995-96 Paise 200
  14. 14. REASONS FOR AT&C LOSSES • Technical Losses: – – – – – • Overloading of existing lines and substation equipments Absence of up gradation of old lines and equipments Low HT: LT ratio Poor repair and Maintenance of equipments Non-installation of sufficient capacitors Commercial Losses: – – – – Low metering/billing/collection efficiency Theft & Pilferage and tampering of meters Low accountability of employees Absence of Energy Accounting & Auditing 14 Contd..
  15. 15. ONE OF THE MAIN REASON FOR INCREASE IN LOSSES IN THE SECTOR IS LOW INVESTMENT IN THE T&D IN COMPARISON TO THE GENERATION. 1.4 1.2 Investment in generation and T&D including RE should be 1:1 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 1st PLAN T&D + RE 2nd PLAN 3rd Three PLAN Ann 4th 5th Annual 6th PLAN PLAN Plan PLAN 7th Annual Annula 8th PLAN Plan Plan PLAN INVESTMENT/EXPENDITURE ON T&D AND RE Vs 15 INVESTMENT/EXPENDITURE ON GENERATION 9th PLAN
  16. 16. INITIATIVES TAKEN BY MINISTRY FOR REDUCTION OF AT&C LOSS 1. CHIEF MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE: Held in March 2001. Main resolutions: (A) Energy audit at all 11kV feeders: 97% feeder metering achieved. (B) Full metering of all consumers: 87% consumer metering achieved. Majority of un-metered connections belong to flat rate category 16 Contd..
  17. 17. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. C) SERC: 23 states constituted and 4 states notified. 18 SERCs have issued tariff orders D) Commercial Viability to be achieved through • Profit Centre: 13 SEBs/EDs unbundled & corporatised. 9 are expected shortly. • Franchisees: Adopted With different models in Assam, Karnataka, Orissa & Nagaland and under active consideration of Andhra, Gujarat, Bihar, W. Bengal. • Privatisation : • Delhi & Orissa. Uttar Pradesh has invited EOIs. 17
  18. 18. STATUS OF REFORMS STATE SERC Number of T/O by SERC Feeder Metering (%) Consumer Metering (%) Energy Audit initiated Andhra Pradesh 1999 6 100 91 √ Delhi 1999 4 100 100 √ Gujarat 1998 2 100 93 √ Maharashtra 1999 3 100 87 √ U.P. 1998 5 100 91 T.N. 1999 1 100 81 √ W.B. 1999 3 100 97 √ Karnataka 1999 4 100 82 √ Haryana 1998 3 100 92 H.P. 2001 2 90 100 Goa 2002 100 97 √ Assam 2001 2 100 90 √ Punjab 1999 3 100 84 √ Rajasthan 1999 2 100 94 √ Jharkhand 2003 1 86 75 √ 18
  19. 19. STATUS OF REFORMS STATE SERC Const. Number of T/O by SERC Feeder Metering (%) Consumer Metering (%) Energy Audit Initiated Uttaranchal 2002 2 100 92 √ Orissa 1996 5 95 81 M.P. 1998 3 100 72 Kerala 2002 1 100 100 Bihar 2005 41 50 √ Tripura 2004 100 81 √ Chattisgarh 2001 91 68 J&K 2004 95 40 Sikkim Notified 49 87 Manipur Notified 21 82 Meghalaya Notified 100 50 Mizoram Notified 92 96 Nagaland 50 61 Arunachal 0 46 1 19 √
  20. 20. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 2. MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING States were to sign MOU for assistance from Govt of India and mandate taking up reforms in the power sector. Key parameters are : Obligation of the State Government Setting up of SERC & Rationalisation of Tariffs Reorganisation of State Electricity Boards Metering of 11 kV feeders & of all consumers Energy Audit at all level 100% Electrification of villages and hamlets Support from Government of India Supply of additional power wherever feasible: 4000 MW allocated to various states Assistance for distribution system: APDRP Funding for 100% rural electrification: Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana Strengthening & improvement of transmission network by POWERGRID: 2990 Ckt. Km added during 2004-05 Concessional financing by PFC: Interest rate for distribution work @ 8.25% 20 Contd..
  21. 21. INITIATIVES TAKEN….. 3. Accelerated Power Development & Reforms Programme The programme aims at :     Reduction of AT&C losses Bring about Commercial viability Reduce outages & interruptions Increase consumer satisfaction The programme has two components: INVESTMENT COMPONENT covers strengthening and upgradation of sub-transmission & distribution INCENTIVE COMPONENT is a grant for states / Utilities towards reduction of cash losses with 2000-01 as the base 21 year
  22. 22. 2003-04 Sanctions 2004-05 Releases 2005-06 Utilisation Year Wise cumulative status of APDRP (As on 31.05.2005) 22 7166 5541 6709 5541 19489 4113 3306 16603 1756 587 14704 2002-03 19489 INITIATIVES TAKEN….. Investment Component
  23. 23. Investment Growth in Power Sector • As per the report of Economic Intelligence ServiceDec. 2004, the growth in power sector during the previous year was 27.3% (as of Oct ’04) which includes growth in generation 23% and in distribution 53%. • The overall investment in Power Sector was Rs. 5,37,885 Cr. compared to Rs. 4,22,246 Cr. last year. Whereas, the investment in distribution sector was Rs. 21,072 Cr. as compared to Rs. 13,764 Cr. last year. Source: CMIE 23
  24. 24. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. Incentive Component Sl. Name of States Year Reduction in Eligibility Incentive Cash Loss for Incentive Released 1. Gujarat 2001-02 472.76 236.38 236.38 2. Haryana 2001-02 210.98 105.49 105.49 3. Maharashtra 2001-02 275.78 137.89 137.89 4. Rajasthan 2001-02 275.42 137.71 137.71 5. Andhra Pradesh 2002-03 530.22 265.11 265.11 6. West Bengal 2002-03 146.00 73.00 73.00 2003-04 605.52 302.76 302.76 2002-03 129.88 64.94 64.94 2942.66 1323.28 1323.28 7. Kerala Total Incentive claims of Gujarat & Punjab are pending for release with MOF 24 Contd..
  25. 25. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 4. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) UNDER APDRP •The Main features are:  Constitution of Distribution Reform Committee for monitoring of reforms, APDRP implementation etc.  100% feeder & consumer metering  Energy accounting and auditing  Setting up of performance benchmark parameters  Policy for franchisee & outsourcing  Turnkey execution of APDRP schemes  Operation of circle & feeder as profit centre 25 Contd..
  26. 26. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. Theft Control 5. ANTI-THEFT PROVISIONS IN ELECTRICITY ACT- 2003 (Sec:135-137, 153) – Provides legal frame work for making theft of electricity a Cognizable offence. – States to set up special courts & special police stations – To provide special powers to utility personnel for checking the installations. 26 Contd..
  27. 27. ACTION TAKEN BY STATES FOR THEFT CONTROL STATE Implementation Of theft provisions of Electricity Act ‘03 A.P Yes Chattisgarh Yes Spl. Police Stations Yes Theft cases detected (Nos) Cases convicted (Nos) Yes Delhi Special courts 342620 Yes 81.89 30 Gujarat Yes Haryana Yes 0.21 48510 Yes 50.75 30350 H.P 1656 239 0.15 3846 Yes Yes Yes 107 3.20 26606 35.98 3195 Kerala 12.82 63.45 M.P Yes Yes 271094 Maharashtra Yes Yes 15288 Orissa Yes Yes 186 15.66 Yes Punjab Rajasthan 13.09 Yes Jharkhand Karnataka 38.11 9.17 Goa J&K 7286 Amount realised (In Cr.) 195641 Yes Yes Tamilnadu Uttar Pradesh Yes Yes Yes West Bengal Yes Yes 46.00 23.80 Yes Uttaranchal 9408 209112 Yes 104.93 4.40 109 Yes 2348 27 0.01 2.46
  28. 28. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 6. Consumer Indexing for Energy audit 7. 11 kv Feeder Management required for Energy Audit 8. IT Initiatives to improve efficiency in metering, billing & collection 9. Installation of Capacitors to improve power factor 10. High Voltage Distribution System (HVDS) for preventing theft and pilferage, better power management 11. Consumer Care for improved consumer satisfaction – to attend consumer grievances regarding metering, billing, no power supply 28
  29. 29. Other Initiatives By Utilities STATE Feeder Mgmt. Initiated Consumer Indexing started Consumer Care Centre started Spot Billing initiated Computerised Billing started HVDS SCADA under impl. A.P. √ √ √ √ √ √ Hyderabad Delhi √ √ √ √ √ √ NDPL Gujarat √ √ √ √ √ √ Vadodara Maharashtra √ √ √ √ √ √ BEST, BSES U.P. √ √ √ √ √ √ T.N. √ √ √ W.B. √ √ √ Karnataka √ √ √ Haryana √ √ √ H.P. Goa √ Chennai √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 29
  30. 30. Other Initiatives By Utilities STATE Feeder Mgmt. Initiated Consumer Indexing started Consumer Care Centre started Spot Billing initiated Computerised Billing started Assam √ √ √ √ √ Punjab √ √ √ Rajasthan √ √ √ √ √ Jharkhand Uttaranchal √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Kerala √ √ Jaipur √ M.P. SCADA under impl. √ Orissa HVDS √ Bihar Tripura √ √ Trivendrum √ √ √ J&K 30
  31. 31. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 12. WORKSHOP ON BEST PRACTICES • 3 days National level workshop in Dec. 2004 on Best Practices adopted by State utilities in distribution sector was organised covering consumer indexing, metering, billing, revenue management, maintenance, project execution, quality management, IT enabling, outsourcing, loss reduction, MIS, customer satisfaction, HR initiatives etc. 13. CAPACITY BUILDING: • Training of utility personnel undertaken to upgrade knowledge in the areas of project formulation, project management, operation & maintenance etc. PMI (NTPC) & NPTI have trained more than 1800 personnel from various utilities. • Training of 25,000 utility personnel has been taken up under DRUM Project in association with USAID. More than 350 31 personnel have been already trained Contd..
  32. 32. State-wise participation In PMI Training Programmes Sl State Total Sl Participants Total Participants State 1 Gujarat 324 13 Kerala 38 2 Maharashtra 178 14 Himachal Pradesh 29 3 Madhya Pradesh 143 15 Chattisgarh 27 4 West Bengal 120 16 Andhra Pradesh 27 5 Rajasthan 117 17 Uttaranchal 18 6 Punjab 101 18 Meghalaya 16 7 Bihar 79 19 A&N 08 8 Karnataka 78 20 J&K 07 9 Tamilnadu 66 21 Jharkhand 07 10 Assam 57 22 Uttar Pradesh 06 11 Haryana 47 12 Goa 38 23 Nagaland 03 32
  33. 33. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 14. Distribution Reform Upgrades & Management (DRUM) Project: In collaboration with USAID • To adopt best commercial and technological practices to improve quality and reliability of last mile power distribution in 4 pilots projects in urban and rural areas. • • Delhi, • Anand (Gujarat) & • • Aurangabad (Maharashtra), Doddballapura (Karnataka) Financial assistance of US $ 20 million. 33
  34. 34. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 15. RANKING OF UTILITIES: To evaluate performance of utilities and to assess their improvements. CRISIL & ICRA engaged  Parameters o External:  State Govt. related : 19 points  SERC related : 13 points o Internal:  Business Risk Analysis : 27 points  Financial Risk Analysis : 20 points o Attaining commercial viability : 16 points o IT adoption etc : 05 points Total : 100 Points – Three Reports released • • • JAN 2003, JAN 2004 AND MARCH 2005 34 Contd..
  35. 35. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. RANKING OF UTILITIES State (Source ICRA/CRISIL) Mar 2005 Points Jan 2004 Rank Points Rank Andhra Pradesh 57.03 1 56.75 2 Gujarat Delhi Karnataka Tamilnadu Goa Himachal Pradesh West Bengal Uttar Pradesh Chattisgarh Rajasthan Maharashtra Punjab Haryana 53.61 51.91 51.46 50.94 50.45 49.91 44.60 42.14 39.91 37.50 37.25 36.82 35.16 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 50.99 57.00 51.25 39.63 43.20 44.16 40.89 40.85 13.83 41.83 37.75 46.00 49.63 4 1 3 12 8 7 10 11 22 9 13 6 5 35 Contd..
  36. 36. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. RANKING OF UTILITIES State (Source ICRA/CRISIL) Mar 2005 Points Jan 2004 Rank Points Rank Tripura Kerala Assam Meghalaya Madhya Pradesh Sikkim Uttaranchal Nagaland Orissa Jammu & Kashmir Arunachal Pradesh Mizoram Manipur Bihar 31.65 31.48 27.32 26.72 22.79 19.07 18.60 15.80 13.63 9.43 9.20 7.88 6.55 5.78 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 12.60 34.25 27.43 23.03 24.75 15.87 37.75 14.13 20.31 8.50 9.05 10.80 - 11.90 10.63 23 15 16 18 17 20 14 21 19 27 26 24 29 25 Jharkhand 3.00 29 0.00 28 There has been change in rating parameters in 2004 & 05 exercise with respect to 2003 as earlier parameters were not capturing total performance. 36 Contd..
  37. 37. INITIATIVES TAKEN ….. 16. RELIABILITY INDEX (RI): The Reliability Index of the power supply is being monitored for select towns at 11kV feeder level. RI at Distribution transformer level and consumer level to be established subsequently. 17. MONITORING BY MINISTRY OF POWER: • APDRP Steering committee: 8 meetings held • Frequent Reviews of Utilities at Regional/State level by Minister, Secretary (Power) & JS (D); • Review by state level Distribution Reform Committees; • NTPC, POWERGRID & CEA for monitoring at the field level • Dedicated APDRP Cell in the Ministry 37
  38. 38. AT&C LOSS: BEST 15 TOWNS (%) Town 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Salem ( urban)` 9.45 9.28 7.52 Tiruchengode 8.92 8.86 7.79 Sherilingampally 9.28 8.36 7.83 Kakinada 8.92 7.61 7.98 Uppal 8.13 8.11 8.00 18.68 8.13 8.02 Kapra 8.07 8.07 8.04 Amalapuram 8.87 6.66 8.13 Chennai 8.68 8.59 8.22 Adilabad 44.56 19.82 8.23 8.35 8.35 8.30 Edapady 14.10 11.25 8.52 Bheemili 15.60 5.85 9.54 Erode (Urban) 10.48 11.33 9.95 Nizamabad 23.28 12.21 10.68 Ludhiana (West) Malkajigiri 38
  39. 39. AT&C LOSS: WORST 15 TOWNS (%) Sl. Town 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 1 Jamtara 83.33 81.26 80.35 2 Garwha 82.30 82.10 76.15 3 Latehar 75.58 75.66 74.54 4 Aizwal 88.39 77.08 73.70 5 Pakur 74.14 72.99 71.89 6 Naharlagun 84.27 71.37 7 Osmanabad 76.70 75.98 69.04 8 Daltonganj 80.03 66.00 68.20 9 Darbhanga 67.57 10 Pesu (West) 66.73 11 Sahibganj 12 Gaya 13 Dumka 69.86 65.27 62.30 14 Chhatarpur 62.09 40.16 60.01 15 Roorkee 52.50 53.93 59.85 69.67 70.32 66.23 63.35 39
  40. 40. AT&C LOSSES OF PRIVATE DISCOMS (%) SL. DISCOM 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 - 10.49 - - 11.32 1 NOIDA POWER (UP) 2 BSES (Maharashtra) 3 CESC (W. B.) 19.60 18.00 17.16 4 BYPL (Delhi) 61.89 54.29 33.79 5 WESCO (ORISSA) 47.30 46.18 40.60 6 BRPL (Delhi) 47.40 45.07 40.64 7 NESCO (ORISSA) 52.25 50.36 42.96 8 SOUTHCO (ORISSA) 49.76 51.56 45.71 9 CESCO (ORISSA) 55.04 51.10 49.37 10 NDPL (Delhi) 47.79 44.86 50.12 11 AEC (GUJRAT) 18.74 16.68 - 12 SEC (GUJRAT) 14.23 12.98 -
  41. 41. DT FAILURE RATE: BEST 15 TOWNS (%) Town Sl. 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 1 Kakinada 0.70 0.65 0.63 2 Chengleputtu 6.00 4.00 0.68 3 Rajahmundry 0.93 0.87 0.82 4 Anakapalli 2.50 1.50 1.00 5 Anantapur 1.00 1.00 1.00 6 Alappuzha 4.00 3.00 1.00 7 Kollam 3.00 2.00 1.00 8 Kozhikkode 3.00 2.00 1.00 9 Bhusawal 8.00 8.00 1.00 10 Coimbatore (Metro) 2.10 1.03 11 Kancheepuram 1.80 1.11 1.06 12 Trichy 2.17 1.78 1.08 13 Kadiri 7.76 8.16 1.60 14 Tiruchengode 4.62 1.30 1.80 15 Vijaywada 2.35 1.93 41
  42. 42. DT FAILURE RATE: WORST 15 TOWNS (%) Town Sl. 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 1 Daltonganj 26.00 27.00 26.00 2 Ramchandrapuram 22.42 21.69 21.66 3 Suryapet 25.68 27.45 20.11 4 Nandayal 30.00 20.00 20.00 5 Deogarh 34.46 19.58 6 Jalgaon 14.51 19.48 7 Roorkee 20.59 15.74 19.10 8 Warangal 25.60 18.20 19.04 9 Latur 19.20 19.27 18.30 10 Surat 11 Alwar 28.93 34.04 17.76 12 Mysore 21.17 19.90 17.53 13 Kapra 21.60 20.80 17.50 14 Yellandu 30.00 15 Dhanbad 17.00 18.00 15.20 16.00 15.00 42
  43. 43. OUTAGE DURATION PER FEEDER (IN MIN.) Sl. Town 1. Mumbai (BSES) 2. Kolkata 3. No. of 11kV feeders Outage Duration Per Feeder 590 5.88 1138 19.19 Thane 43 22.44 3. Thiruvanthapuram 53 27.28 4. Surat 309 27.35 5. Jabalpur 65 30.35 6. Mulund 27 33.51 7. Ahmedabad 664 40.57 8. Trichy 32 41.06 9. Coimbatore 50 46.28 10. Bhandup 39 64.98 11. Chennai 665 67.74 12. Madurai 39 67.75 13. Vishakapatnam 73 76.37 14. Amritsar 115 162.53 15. Hyderabad 464 163.41 43 Mar 2005
  44. 44. TOTAL No. of TRIPPINGS Best 15 towns March 2005 Sl. Town 1. Vishakapatnam 2. Surat 3. Trivandurm 3. Thane 4. Bhandup 5. Trichy 6. Mulund 7. Madurai 8. Kolkata 9. Mumbai (sub) 10. Ahmedabad 11. Raipur 12. Jabalpur 13. Coimbatore 14. Delhi 15. Vijaywada No. of 11kV feeders 73 309 53 43 39 32 27 39 1138 590 664 65 65 50 548 63 44 No. of Trippings 47 48 62 64 72 88 93 107 146 185 224 273 307 339 606 744
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