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Destination Bihar : Opportunities in Bihar State’s Transmission and Distribution Sector Presentation Destination Bihar : Opportunities in Bihar State’s Transmission and Distribution Sector Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY DESTINATION BIHAR: OPPORTUNITIES IN BIHAR STATE’S TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SECTOR
  • 2 FROM A GLORIOUS PAST TO A GLORIOUS FUTURE Ancient Bihar was a centre for: Power – Maurya dynasty first and one of the greatest Learning - Nalanda and Vikramshila; one of the oldest and truly international universities of the world Culture and religion - Buddhism started from Bihar The state since the 70’s lagged behind other India states in economic terms However, recently it is bouncing back with Improved governance – better law and order situation Greater emphasis on education Increased investment in Infrastructure Better health care facilities
  • 3 A shining example of development is the Roads Sector. Bihar State Highway Project Phase I– 9 Packages, 820 KM of State Highways under implementation Bihar State Highway Project Phase II– 4 Packages, SH 78 (100 KM) under implementation Bihar State Highway Project Phase III– 3 Packages 7 PPP Projects (NH) identified and under various stages of execution 4 Laning of Corridors For the period 2011–2012, Bihar was also India's fastest growing State, with a growth rate of 13.1% for the year 2011–12, which had followed a growth rate of 14.8% for the previous year. Bihar has managed to record 11.95% annual growth rate, the highest among all the states, during the 11th Plan period
  • 4 DESTINATION BIHAR: OPPORTUNITIES IN BIHAR STATE’S TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SECTOR The Bihar State Power Transmission and Distribution Sectors including Rural Electrification are set to receive, tender and execute projects to the tune of INR ~28,250 Cr These projects are to be tendered and executed within the 12th Plan (now 2013-14 to 2016-17) The projects are at various stages – planned, sanctioned, tendered or awarded The projects funded under schemes such as the BRGF, RAPDRP, RGGVY , ADB and the State Plan The prime objective of the conference is to create an awareness, amongst participants, of the substantial opportunity present in the State as well as the support provided by the State to private players participating in the Sector S.No Sector Amount (in INR Cr) 1 Transmission (including Schemes and State Plan) 8,114 2 Distribution (including Schemes and State Plan) 20,137 (includes RGGVY and RAPDRP) Total 28,251
  • 5 AGENDA 1.0 SECTOR AND UTILITY PROFILE CURRENT SCHEMES OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSMISSION POTENTIAL CHALLENGES INDEPENDENT MARKET VIEW OF THE UTILITY2.0 3.0 4.0 6.0 OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION5.0
  • 6 1.0 SECTOR AND UTILITY PROFILE
  • 7 SECTOR AND UTILITY (TRANSCO) PROFILE Ownership Installed Capacity in MW Grand TotalCoal Hydro RES* State 210 0 66.3 276.3 Private 0 0 29.5 29.5 Central 1414.7 129.43 0 1544.1 Sub-total 1624.7 129.43 95.8 1849.9 Status of Transmission Infrastructure S. No Voltage No. of Substation Length (Kms) Transmiss- ion (MVA) 1 400 kV - 75.00 - 2 220 kV 9 1147 2450 3 132 kV 76 5178 4588 85 6400 Peak Demand & Peak Demand Met in (MW) for Bihar (Source: CEA Annual reports) Transmission circles include Patna, Bihar Sharif, Gaya, Dehri on Sone, Muzaffarpur, Purnea and Bhagalpur 1509 1882 2192 2642 3194 3873 4472 5602 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 inMW Peak Demand
  • 8 UTILITY PROFILE (DISCOMS) Bihar State Power Holding Company Ltd. Bihar State Power Generation Company Bihar State Power Transmission Company North Bihar Power Distribution Company South Bihar Power Distribution Company Bihar State Electricity Board Unbundled in 2012 as per EA ‘03 Distribution Company Estimated Population * No. of Districts Electricity Consumers (approx) Area Circles North Bihar Power Distribution Co Ltd 6.5 Cr 21 22 Lacs 52,925 Sq Km (53.46% of total) 7 Electric Supply Circles: Saharsa, Purnea, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Chapra, Darbhanga, Samastipur South Bihar Power Distribution Co Ltd 3.8 Cr 17 18 Lacs 46,070 Sq Km (46.54% of total) 9 Electric Supply Circles: Patna, Bhojpur (Ara), Nalanda (Biharsharif), PESU (East), PESU (West), Gaya, Rohtas (Sasaram), Bhagalpur, Munger *As per Census data 2011
  • 9 UTILITY PROFILE (DISCOMS) CONTINUED…. - 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 4,000,000 4,500,000 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Revenue – Cost Gap (INR/ unit) Growth in Consumer Numbers (Source: erstwhile BERC Tariff) (Source: erstwhile BSEB Annual reports) Demand of the state growing at a CAGR of 8 % Industrial and Domestic consumers contribute to about 50% of the total sales The gap between demand and supply was highest during 2009-10 - 32.9 %(720 MW) The gap reduced to 15.5% in the year 2011-12 owing to the short and medium term purchases by erstwhile BSEB; energy deficit in FY 2012-13 – 16.7% Steady rise (Rs 2.25 per unit at 11.1 % CAGR) in Average Billing Rate during FY 2005-06 to FY 2011-12 Power purchase cost increased twice as fast as the increase in revenue; however, from the last two years, revenue has been increasing at a CAGR of 18% 2.06 2.26 2.50 2.57 3.273.27 3.26 3.26 3.39 4.09 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Cost Revenue
  • 10 POLICY IMPLEMENTATION DASHBOARD – CEA TARGETS Policy Description Status Rural Electrification Policy 56% of the villages should be electrified by 2012 At least one 33/11 kV sub-station per block and at least one distribution transformer per village National Electricity Policy, 2005 Introduction of Open Access in Distribution - Open Access availability to 1MW+ consumers Full-fledged SCADA system for distribution utilities Energy Audits for segregating techno-commercial losses Provision of SCADA in Transmission system with upgrades Determination of Open Access Charges in Transmission Electricity Act, 2003 Unbundling of State Electricity Boards and constitution of SERC Setting up of special courts, assessing officer and appellate authority Preparation of annual statement of accounts in consultation with C&AG Supply of electricity by Distribution Licensee National Tariff Policy, 2006 Level of consumer tariff should be within (+) & (-) 20% of cost of supply Tariff for agricultural use should be subsidized below cost of supply Introduction of two part tariff and time differentiated tariff for large consumers (1 MW & above) Development of tariff framework (Point of Connection mechanism) by CERC after taking into consideration advice of CEA Determination of technical loss benchmarks in transmission after considering advice of CEA Development of Key performance indicators (KPI) for Transmission Completed Ongoing Not yet startedSource: CEA
  • 11 INDEPENDENT MARKET VIEW OF THE UTILITY2.0
  • 12 INDEPENDENT MARKET VIEW ON DISCOMS Observations from ‘First Annual Integrated Ratings of SDU as per Framework Approved by MoP’ Report by ICRA Ltd and Credit Analysis and Research Ltd “B” Rating 1 BSPHCL 2 Northern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd 3 Assam Power Distribution Company Ltd 4 Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation Ltd 5 Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd 6 Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd 7 Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd 8 MP Pashchim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Ltd 9 MP Poorv Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Ltd 10 MP Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company Ltd Rating Definition – Below Average Operational and Financial Capability
  • 13 INDEPENDENT MARKET VIEW ON DISCOMS CONTINUED…. …And Impact on Private Participants S. No. Key Strengths Potential Impact 1 Satisfactory progress in terms of reforms and restructuring of the sector, which includes unbundling on functional lines and corporatization Creation of favorable environment for all participants 2 Timely receipt of subsidy from the State Government Funding available for the sector has a direct impact on upcoming projects and payment cycle 3 Effective functioning of the Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission Timely execution of decisions pertaining to the developer (DF, IPTC) space 4 Regulatory clarity in place, on the back of release of multi-year tariff order for the control period FY 2014 to FY 2016 in November 2012 and timely filing of tariff petition/orders Creation of favorable environment for all participants 5 Timely availability of audited financial accounts for FY2012 Would assist private participants in their decision making process 6 Implementation/steady progress in key reform measures such as special courts for anti-theft measures, unbundling of utilities, setting up of consumer grievance forums, etc Favorable environment for all participants especially developers 7 Fuel & Power Purchase Cost Adjustment (FPPCA) framework is operational, allowing the increase in such uncontrollable‟ cost items to be recovered from consumers on monthly basis Favorable environment for all participants especially developers
  • 14 INDEPENDENT MARKET VIEW ON DISCOMS CONTINUED…. …And Impact on Private Participants S. No. Key Concerns Potential Impact/Counter 1 Continuing weak financial position, with coverage of costs through revenues at less than 80% Potential payment issues – to be countered by incoming funding 2 High and increasing AT&C losses Opportunity for all potential private participants including developers, contractors, component manufacturers and service provider; Initiatives in metering and collection efficiency already underway 3 Huge unmetered consumption and deterioration in collection efficiency Opportunity for all potential private participants including developers, contractors, component manufacturers and service provider; Initiatives in metering and collection efficiency already underway 4 Funding of the entire asset base has been done through debt thus leading to an unfavorable capital structure. Further, accumulated losses from the past have led to a negative net worth Participation in Financial Restructuring Plan High amount of receivables, although the same has shown a declining trend over the years May have an indirect impact on payment– to be countered by incoming funding In order to improve billing and collection the utility has proposed and is implementing numerous initiatives, such as: spot billing , drop boxes and alternative points of collections, collection through mobile vans and banking, internet banking facility, M-commerce initiatives, collection through Gramin banks etc.
  • 15 CURRENT SCHEMES3.0
  • 16 CURRENT SCHEMES DASHBOARD (with Approx INR values) Sl. NO. Scheme Description Allocation for State Power Sector Timeline of Scheme for State 1 RGGVY (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana) Scheme for creating rural electricity infrastructure and completing rural household electrification from 33kV and below level 11850 Cr Partial Electrification - 10th, 11th Full Electrification - 12th Plan 2 R-APDRP (Restructured – Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme) Part B Renovation, modernization and strengthening of network of 11 kV level and below 1155 Cr Ongoing; scheduled to culminate in 12th Plan 3 BRGF (Backward Regions Grant Fund ) Phase I and II The fund will provide financial resources for supplementing and converging existing developmental inflows into identified districts ~9000 Cr 12th Plan 4 Multilateral funding (ADB, WB etc…) Funding in the State is happening through organizations such as Asian Development Bank 375 Cr (under implementation) another ~700 Cr planned Ongoing 5 State Plan State funded projects and procurement. The plan is made annually. Transmission - ~300 Cr Distribution – 300-400 Cr Annual
  • 17 BACKWARDS REGIONS GRANT FUND (Values in INR Cr) BRGF Total Corpus for Bihar - ~ 12000 Cr Corpus for Bihar Power Sector - ~9000 Cr BRGF Distribution Sector – ~5932 Cr BRGF Transmission Sector – ~2194 Cr Phase I – ~2484 Cr Phase II – ~3448 Cr Phase II Ext. – ~472 Cr Phase III Ext. – ~1721 Cr Strengthening of Distribution System and Removal of Constraints; Phase I funds are sanctioned and tendered Strengthening of Sub-Transmission and Transmission System; Phase II ext. funds are sanctioned and under implementation Apart from the above - Full Scale electrification of villages of 11 districts sanctioned by MoP/REC – INR ~837 Cr State’s Commitment to the Sector Addl. INR 5000+ Cr to be executed in 12th Plan
  • 18 RGGGVY – PROPOSED and SANCTIONED DPRs (To be implemented in 12th Plan) S.No District Amount (INR ~Cr) Current Status 1 Araria 243 Sanctioned 2 Purnea 308 Sanctioned 3 Siwan 320 Sanctioned 4 Kishanganj 273.29 Sanctioned and Tendered (submission upcoming) 5 Saran 302 Proposed 6 Gopalganj 277 Proposed 7 Samastipur 531 Proposed 8 Muzaffarpur 563 Proposed 9 Katihar 477 Proposed 10 Saharsa 249 Proposed 11 Darbhanga 398 Proposed 12 Supaul 340 Proposed 13 East Champaran 474 Proposed 14 Madhubani 583 Proposed 15 Begusarai 359 Proposed 16 Khagaria 170 Proposed 17 Madhepura 252 Proposed 18 Sitamarhi 309 Proposed 19 Sheohar 71 Proposed 20 West Champaran 451 Proposed 21 Vaishali 621 Proposed Total ~7,571 Upcoming Projects - INR 11,000 to 12,000 Cr!
  • 19 RGGGVY – PROPOSED and SANCTIONED DPRs (To be implemented in 12th Plan) S.No District Amount (INR ~Cr) Current Status 1 Banka 199 Awarded 2 Gaya 498 Awarded 3 Rohtas 218 Awarded 4 Patna 420 Awarded 5 Lakhisarai 153 Proposed 6 Aurangabad 358 Proposed 7 Bhabhua 338 Proposed 8 Buxar 254 Proposed 9 Bhagalpur 216 Proposed 10 Bhojpur 169 Sanctioned 11 Nalanda 456 Sanctioned 12 Nawada 241 Sanctioned 13 Munger 154 Proposed 14 Jamui 227 Proposed 15 Arwal 111 Proposed 16 Jehanabad 175 Proposed 17 Sheikhpura 89 Proposed 4,276 Upcoming Projects - INR 11,000 to 12,000 Cr!
  • 20 R-APDRP PART B R-APDRP Part B Approved - ~ ~1155 Cr North Bihar ~287 Cr South Bihar – ~868 Cr Covers 3 Supply Areas, 7 Circles and 29 Towns Covers 4 Supply Areas, 9 Circles and 35 Towns Top 5 Towns in Terms of Value S.No District Approved Value (INR Cr) 1 Patna 505 2 Gaya 65.4 3 Bhagalpur 55.7 4 Munger 23.5 5 Sasaram 20.4 Top 5 Towns in Terms of Value S.No District Approved Value (INR Cr) 1 Muzaffarpur 61.7 2 Darbhanga 29.5 3 Purnea 27.8 4 Hajipur 27.3 5 Chapra 18.9
  • 21 MULTI-LATERAL FUNDING Ongoing ADB Sponsored Distribution Works (86% ADB, 14% State) Ongoing ADB Sponsored Transmission Works (86% ADB, 14% State) Package A – Bihar Sharif - INR 38 Cr Package B – Motihari, Bettiah - INR 34 Cr Pkg C – Samastipur, Begusarai - INR 56 Cr Package D – Ara, Buxer- INR 49 Cr Package G – S/S- INR 49 Cr Package H – S/S- INR 47 Cr Package I – TL - INR 58 Cr Package J – TL - INR 42 Cr Investment of INR ~300 Cr expected in Distribution till 2015-16 Main works to be carried out: • Augmentation of substation capacity • LT and HT lines re-conductoring • New lines • Consumer metering
  • 22 OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSMISSION4.0
  • 23 Tendered Projects - INR 500 Cr+ OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSMISSION Current Opportunities (BRGF Phase II and III ext) – Partial List S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) 1 NIT No. 160/PR/BSPTCL/2013 – 132 KV D/C lines and line bays in GSS (3 Packages) 60 2 NIT No. 161/PR/BSPTCL/2013 - Re-conductoring of 132 KV S/C and D/C lines (4 Packages) 56 3 NIT No. 162/PR/BSPTCL/2013 - Re-conductoring of 132 KV S/C and D/C lines (4 Packages) 42 4 NIT No. 168/PR/BSPTCL/2013 - Re-conductoring of 220 KV D/C lines (2 Packages) 31.5 5 Capacity Augmentation of 220/132 KV GSS (7 GSSs) by installing one 160 MVA Transformer at each GSS, constructing bays – Turnkey Basis 67.5 6 Capacity Augmentation of 132/33 KV GSS (6 GSSs) by installing one 50 MVA and one 20 MVA Transformer at 6 GSS (different for 50 MVA and 20 MVA) , constructing bays etc– Turnkey Basis 58.5 7 Construction of 4 numbers 220/132 KV SS (Bhikanpura, Samastipur, Supaul and SKMCH) and 1 number 132/33 KV SS (Sheohar) and associated Transmission Lines 1400 Cr (to be tendered)8 Capacity addition by above GSS; 220/132 KV - 1280 MVA, 132/33 KV – 600 MVA 9 Capacity augmentation of 32 Nos. old GSS (1700 MVA). 10 Stringing Of 2nd Circuit of Existing 17 No’s S/C Transmission Line. Further details can be found on www.eproc.bihar .gov.in Upcoming Projects - INR 1400 Cr
  • 24 OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSMISSION CONTINUED… Upcoming Opportunities (BRGF Phase III) – To be Executed in 12th Plan S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) 1 Construction of 03 Nos. 400/220/132 KV GSS (Bihta, Gaighat and Fatuha) and 11 Nos. 220/132/33 KV GSS (Chapra, Sonenagar, Gaya, Jakkanpur, Mithapur, Sabour, Jamalpur, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Hathidah and Dumraon). 4600 Cr 2 (400/220 KV – 3000 MVA, 220/132 KV – 4160 MVA & 132/33 KV – 650 MVA). 3 Capacity augmentation of 09 Nos. old GSS (470 MVA). 4 2x500 MVA , 400/220 KV Pooling Station at Kajra 5 2x500 MVA, 400/220 KV I.P.P at Lakhisarai, Pirpainti & Buxar switchyard. Current Opportunities (State Plan) – Partial List for 2013-14 S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) 1 Constraint Removal in Transmission System 49 2 Renovation of 15 GSS 9 3 2nd Circuit Stringing Activities - Further Execution in 12th Plan – INR 4600 Cr State spend on projects and procurement - INR ~330 Cr PA Total corpus planned to be executed by 2017 is INR~8000 Cr
  • 25 OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSMISSION CONTINUED… Transmission Service Provider on PPP – Evacuation of Power from Buxar TPS S.No Works Timeline 1 • Buxar TPS – Bihta 400 KV D/C • Buxar TPS – Dumraon 220 KV D/C • Buxar TPS – Mohania 220 KV D/C • Buxar TPS – Dehri 220 KV D/C • 2x500 MVA, 400/220 KV SS at Bihta • Bihta 400/220 KV – Patna 400 KV D/C Line • LILO of Ara – Khagaul 220 KV D/C • Bihta 400/220 KV – Bihta 220/132 KV D/C Line • 2x160 MVA 220/132 KV SS at Dumraon • LILO 220 KV D/C at Dumraon • Dumraon 220/132 KV SS • Bihta 400/220 KV – Sipara 220/132 KV D/C Line Planned; To be tendered by 2015
  • 26 OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION5.0
  • 27 Upcoming Projects - INR 1155 Cr OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION Current Opportunities (R-APDRP Part B) S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) EMD (INR ~Cr) Completion 1 NIT No.: 177/PR/NBPDCL/2013 for 17 towns of Tirhut Electric Supply Area, Muzaffarpur 175.75 3.5 18 Months 2 NIT No.: 178/PR/NBPDCL/2013 for 2 towns of Mithila Electric Supply Area, Darbhanga 44.7 0.90 18 Months 3 NIT No. 179/PR/NBPDCL/2013 for 10 towns of Kosi Electric Supply Area, Saharsa 119 2.5 18 Months 4 NIT No.: 197/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for Package-A of PESU Area, Patna comprising of New Capital & Kankarbagh Divisions 154 3.08 18 Months 5 NIT No.: 198/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for Package-B of PESU Area, Patna comprising of Danapur, Patliputra, Dakbanglow & Gardanibag Divisions of PESU (West) Circle 196.25 3.92 18 Months 6 NIT No. 199/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for Package-C of PESU Area, Patna comprising of Rajendra Nagar, Bankipur, Gulzarbagh & Patna City Divisions of PESU (East) Circle 155.4 3.10 18 Months 7 NIT No.: 200/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for 13 towns of Magadh Electric Supply Area, Gaya 199. 3.98 18 Months 8 NIT No.: 201/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for 12 towns of Bhagalpur Electric Supply Area, Bhagalpur 156 3.12 18 Months 9 NIT No.: 202/PR/SBPDCL/2013 for 9 towns of Central Electric Supply Area, Patna 48 0.96 18 Months Further details can be found on www.eproc.bihar .gov.in
  • 28 Upcoming Projects - INR 1087 Cr OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION CONTINUED… Current Opportunities (BRGF Phase I) S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) EMD (INR ~Cr) Cost of Tender Doc 1 NIT No.: 190/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Muzaffarpur, Vaishali, Sitamarhi, Sheohar, East and West Champaran 117.5 2.36 1 Lac 2 NIT No.: 191/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Saranm, Siwan, Gopalganj 100 2.01 1 Lac 3 NIT No.: 192/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Samastipur, Begusarai 82 1.65 1 Lac 4 NIT No.: 193/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Darbhanga, Madhubani 110 2.20 1 Lac 5 NIT No.: 194/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Saharsa, Khagaria, Supaul, Madhepura, Purnea, Araria, Katihar, Kishanganj 102 2.05 1 Lac 6 NIT No.: 196/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Gaya, Nawada, Jehanabad 92.7 1.85 1 Lac Further details can be found on www.eproc.bihar .gov.in
  • 29 Upcoming Projects - INR 1087 Cr OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION CONTINUED… Current Opportunities (BRGF Phase I) S.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) EMD (INR ~Cr) Cost of Tender Doc 7 NIT No.: 203/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Arwal, Aurangabad 78.7 1.57 1 Lac 8 NIT No.: 204/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Rohtas, Kaimur 82 1.64 1 Lac 9 NIT No.: 205/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Bhojpur, Buxar 53.4 1.07 1 Lac 10 NIT No.: 206/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Nalanda, Patna 104 2.09 1 Lac 11 NIT No.: 207/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Bhagalpur, Banka, Munger 99 1.98 1 Lac 12 NIT No.: 208/PR/NBPDCL/2013 – Supply and erection of 33/11 KV PSS, 33 KV Lines, 11 KV Lines, Augmentation of 33/11 KV PSS, on Turnkey Basis – Jamui, Lakhisarai, Sheikpura 66.6 1.33 1 Lac Further details can be found on www.eproc.bihar .gov.in
  • 30 OPPORTUNITIES IN DISTRIBUTION CONTINUED… Other Upcoming Opportunities including State Plan Sl.No Works Est. Value (INR ~Cr) Approx. Timeline 1 Non RAPDRP IT Works for Non RAPDRP Towns; Would include key modules such as MBC, New Connection, MIS, MDAS, energy Audit, Web Services, Asset and Maintenance Management (GIS not included) 35 1 Month 2 Feeder Segregation works for 37 districts in Bihar State (Under Rainbow Revolution State Scheme) - Upcoming 3 Civil work of DCRs (District Control Rooms) in 21 Districts 51.6 Upcoming 4 Civil work of MRT Building in 7 Districts 14.6 Upcoming 5 Redevelopment of Karbhigiya TPS as an Energy Park 28 Tendered (Submission Upcoming) 6 NIT No.: 157/PR/SBPDCL/2013 – Supply of 1741 numbers of 63 KVA, 11/0.433 KV Al Wound Distribution Transformers 13.9 Tendered (Submission Upcoming) 7 Collection Initiatives - Tendered (Submission upcoming) 8 Prepaid Metering – Expression of interest - Upcoming 9 NIT of On-spot billing tender - Upcoming 10 NIT 144/PR/SBPDCL/2013ACSR Weasel Conductor (7727 KM) 16.24 Tendered Further details can be found on www.eproc.bihar .gov.in
  • 31 AREAS TO COME UP FOR DISTRIBUTION FRANCHISEE (10 Twin Cities) 2 6 43 58 9 10 North Bihar 1. Bettiah – Motihari 2. Gopalganj - Siwan 3. Chapra – Hazipur 4. Darbhanga - Samastipur 5. Begusarai – Barauni 6. Purnia - Kathihar South Bihar 7. Lakhisarai - Munger 8. Bihar Sharif - Rajgir 9. Arrah - Buxar 10. Sasaram - Dehri
  • 32 FRANCHISEE AREA CHARACTERISTICS Town District No. of Consumers Revenue Assessment AT&C losses Motihari East Champaran 25363 8.99 55%-60% Bettiah West Champaran 66661 35.53 55%-60% Gopalganj Gopalganj 7274 10.51 55%-60% Siwan Siwan 83054 30.56 55%-60% Chapra Saran 47698 16.71 55%-60% Hazipur Vaishali 35288 33.06 55%-60% Darbhanga Darbhanga 24613 4.78 55%-60% Samastipur Samastipur 12226 4.46 55%-60% Begusarai Begusarai 39260 7.41 55%-60% Barauni Begusarai 38425 4.08 55%-60% Purniya Purnia 101678 93.38 55%-60% Katihar Katihar 62236 46.33 55%-60% Lakhisarai Lakhisarai 27601 18.27 65% Munger Munger 33263 42.93 38% Biharsharif Nalanda 55948 35.39 78% Rajgir Nalanda 10216 12.13 76% Aarah Bhojpur 84276 31.61 53% Buxor Buxar 33433 18.92 60% Sasaram Rohtas 50000-60000 15.87 62% Dehri Rohtas 50000-60000 34.99 41%
  • 33 SUMMARY OF KEY INITIATIVES IN T&D Initiative Sector Status Re-conductoring and second stringing of Transmission Lines Transmission Ongoing Capacity augmentation by increasing transformers T&D Ongoing New Lines, SS and Grids T&D Ongoing R&M of SS Transmission Ongoing Apex Metering for Bulk Power Transfer Pts Transmission Upcoming PPP in Transmission (Transmission Service Provider) Transmission Upcoming Regularization of Tariff Calendar and Petition T&D Upcoming Increased Metering Activities Distribution Ongoing Prepaid Metering – Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Single and Three Phase Static Energy Meters Distribution Upcoming Modern SCADA (Patna City) Distribution Ongoing Collection Initiatives such as POS collection, Mobile Vans, Spot Billing, Increased Centers, M-Commerce, Internet Payment Mechanism etc Distribution Ongoing/Upcoming Non R-APDRP IT Works Distribution Upcoming Feeder Segregation Programme (Pilot for 1 district underway, 37 other districts planned) Distribution Ongoing/Upcoming PPP in Distribution (Franchisee Model) Distribution Ongoing/Upcoming Heightened Response Times for O&M T&D Ongoing
  • 34 POTENTIAL CHALLENGES6.0
  • 35 POTENTIAL CHALLENGES Payment Related Tendering Related • Issuance of operational guidelines for tendering (may be time-bound) • Analysis of participants ongoing projects – addition to QR • Standardized schedule of rates Execution Related • Appointment of PMCs for project monitoring and timely execution • Formation of execution cell by Utilities • Clear guidelines for handing over of works to the utility ….And Potential Solutions • All projects are fund tied ensuring timely payments • Promises to pay within a months time • Monitoring by MDs personally • Re-engineering of invoice approval and payment processing workflow
  • 36 END OF DECK Contact Details of Officials Name Designation Number eMail Sri Sanjay Kumar Singh, I.A.S MD, BSPTCL (0612)-2504442 singhsanjaypat@gmail.com Sri Sanjay Kumar Agarwal, I.A.S MD, NBPDCL (0612)-2504044 md.nbpdcl@gmail.com Smt. Palka Sahani, I.A.S MD, SBPDCL (0612)-2504045 md.sbpdcl@gmail.com Sri N.K.P. Sinha CE(RE), NBPDCL 9431247281 Cere.bseb@gmail.com Sri S.K.P. Singh CE(Comm.), SBPDCL 9470001748 Cecom.sbpdcl@gmail.com Sri Y.K. Thakur CE, (trans) BSPTCL 9470001760 Ce.trans664@gmail.com
  • 37 END OF DECK Division Ravi Kathpal Associate Director Energy Division Vijay Dhonde Lead Consultant Energy Division Sudhanshu Malhotra Principal Consultant Energy Division Address Feedback Infra Private Limited 602, 6th Floor, Natraj, Western Express Highway, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400 069. Feedback Infra Private Limited 602, 6th Floor, Natraj, Western Express Highway, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400 069. Feedback Infra Private Limited 15th Floor, Tower 9B, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon – 122002 Haryana (INDIA) Phone +91 22 67718816 +91 9820019591 +91 22 67718828 +91 983343447 +91 124 4169136 +91 9899382737 Fax +91 22 66713639 +91 22 66713639 +91 124 4169155 Email Ravi.kathpal@feedbackinfra.com Vijay.dhonde@feedbackinfra.com Sudhanshu.malhotra@feedbackinfr a.com