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  1. 1. 1. HIGHLIGHTS OF POWER SECTORa Installed Generation Capacity (As on 31-01-10 ) All Thermal Nuclear Hydro RES@ Grand Total India Coal Gas Diesel Total (Renewable) (MNRE) MW 82095.88 17055.85 1199.75 100351.48 4120.00 36885.40 15427.10 156783.98 %age 52.4 10.9 0.8 64.0 2.6 23.5 9.8 100.0 @ Based on data as on 30.09.2008.b Capacity Addition Target during 11th Plan Hydro Thermal Nuclear Total MW 15627 59693 3380 78700 %age 19.9 75.8 4.3 100.0c Generation Capacity Addition Target/Achievement (2009-10) Hydro Thermal Nuclear Total Target (MW) 845.0 13002.0 660.0 14507.0 Achievement up to JAN.10 (MW) 39.0 6701.0 0.0 6740.0 %age 4.6 51.5 0.0 46.5d Electricity Generation Target/achievement (2009-10) Hydro Thermal Nuclear Bhutan Total (Imp) Target MU 115468 648479.58 19000 6564 789511.58 Achievement up toJAN.10 MU 92032.97 525888.9 14968.29 5252.01 638142.17 %age 79.70 81.10 78.78 80.01 80.83e Status of CEA Concurrence to Hydro Schemes Period Project Carry forward Under Accepted Concurrence Project reports report from Prelim. for concur- given returned received Prev. year Exam rence by CEA to Developer 2007-08 13 - - 3 4 10 2008-09 8 3 - 1 4 5 2009-10 19 10 4 10 2 4f All India Thermal PLF (%) 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 * upto Jan 10 69.9 72.2 72.7 74.8 73.6 76.8 78.6 77.19 76.65 * Provisional ENERGY SAVED IS ENERGY PRODUCED
  2. 2. g All India Annual per Capita consumption of Electricity Year Per Capita Consumption ( kWh) (As per U. N. methodology) 2002-03 566.7 2003-04 592.0 2004-05 612.5 2005-06 631.5 2006-07 671.9 2007-08 704.2h All India Transformation, T&D and AT&C losses : Year T&D losses AT&C Losses* 2002-03 32.54 32.54 2003-04 32.53 34.78 2004-05 31.25 34.33 2005-06 30.42 34.54 2006-07 28.61 32.07 2007-08 26.91 NA * PFC Figs.i a) All India Village Electrification (as on 31.12. 2009): 497626 (83.8%) b) Pumpsets Energised (as on 31.12. 2009): 16149793 (81.5%)j All India Coal Consumption for Power Generation (Utilities) YEAR Coal Cunsumption ( Million Tonnes ) 2001-02 240 2002-03 253 2003-04 263 2004-05 278 2005-06 280 2006-07 302 2007-08 330 2008-09 355k Average cost of power supply & average realization ( paise/kWh ) Year cost of supply realization(paise/unit) (paise/unit) Including Only Agriculture Agriculture 2001-02 246 181 58.67 2002-03 238 195 77.48 2003-04 239 203 72.39 2004-05 254 209 75.68 2005-06 258 221 79.37 2006-07 276 227 71.32 Source:- PFC Reports on the performance of State Power Utilitiesl Power supply Position 2009-10(JAN,10)* Energy(MU) Deficit% Peak Deficit% Region Requirement Demand(MW) Northern 20,403 -10.9 33,293 -14.4 Western 23,173 -16.4 36,976 -18.0 Southern 18,617 -5.3 28,395 -5.3 Eastern 7,297 -6.7 11,766 -5.0 North Eastern 775 -6.9 1,599 -10.6 All India 70,264 -10.8 112,029 -12.2 * Provisional ENERGY SAVED IS ENERGY PRODUCED

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