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GESI Impacts of Feeder

Separation Programs:
Case Study of the Madhya
Pradesh Energy Efficiency
Improvement Investment
Program
Session-1
Aakash Tripathi
Date: April 19, 2017
Managing Director, MPPKVVCL,
Indore
Feeder Separation Scheme West
Discom
An Ambitious Project of Govt. of M.P.
Sanction of FSP scheme by the GoMP:
05th April10
SANKALP-2013 of GoMP Assembly : 14th
May10
Scheme covers : 14 District (Add 2
Dist)
Cost of Project: Rs. 1407.45 Crs
Funding Agency: REC & ADB
REC Component: Rs.708.24 Crs (Ph-I, 7
Districts)
Objectives:
24 Hrs. electricity to all consumers other than
agricultural pump consumers by 2013.
8 Hrs Quality power supply to agriculture pump
consumers.
Reduction in AT&C losses by 3 % per year & 9
% by 2013.
Increase in installed power capacity by 5000
MW by 2013.
Improvement in voltage profile & quality of
power.
Electricity theft free villages
Upliftment of life style of villagers.
A revolutionary step for overall socio-economic
Scope of Work:
Separation of Agri. & non Agri. load through separate 11 kv
feeders .
Enhancement of Transformation capacity
New 33/11kV Substations
Additional transformers
Augmentation of Transformers
Shifting of Transformers at load center.
Replacement of LT Conductor by AB cable to abolish theft of
electricity.
Meterization
Feeder level/DTR Level/Consumer level metering
100 % legal connection to each house hold .
Installation of meters at call bell locations .
100 % meterization of unmetered consumers.
Distribution assets mapping using GPS survey and network
analysis .
Challenges Faced during Execution
of Project
Unavailability of skilled manpower/ labour.

Project Scattered in wide field area.

Less time for execution because of crops and


heavy rains.
Delay in procurement of matching/quality
material due to huge demand across the State.
LC limits reduced by bankers.
Increased ROW problem.
Benefits of FSP Scheme on
Technical
Discoms
Snap Shots
Snap Shots
FSP Progress Of West Discom up to March-2017
Achievemen 11 KV Installati Replacement Energy
Scheme t of 11 KV stringing on of of bare cond. Meters to be Financial
feeders (Km) DTR by AB cable installed
Feeder Provision 2853 22691.84 23222 13968 604712 1227.37
Separation Achievement 2853 22691.84 23222 13697 599906 1043.40
Scheme Balance 0 0 0 271 4806 183.97
100.00
% Achievement. 100% 100% 98.06% 99.21% 85.01%
%
T&D losses for the years
Loss for year % of reduction of
Name of
2008-09 taken on losses from DPR
Circle 2013-14 2014-15
basis of DPR 2008-09 to 2015-16
Ujjain 46.45 32.00 26.37 15.46
Dewas 48.06 36.4 27.85 19.74
Shajapur 47.62 40.18 33.5 10.56
Ratlam 39.85 27.25 26.48 14.24
Mandsaur 17.85 4.92 2.18 12.86
Neemuch 41.48 21.54 16.64 25.43
Indore 52.92 31.18 36.2 13.87
Khandwa 37.94 35.81 28.21 6.12
Burhanpur 34.83 24.51 27.71 4.2**
Khargone 47.59 41.45 36.58 15.96
Barwani 52.89 39.67 32.64 27.21
Dhar 47.19 22.39 20.98 26.97
Jhabua 28.48 18.74 22.01 6.19
Feeder Separation Progress
Feeder No. of
Total Villages Cumulative % Cumulative %
Name of separat Village
Feeder to to be Achievement Achievement
S.N. Districts ed Up to Benefited Status
be benefitt with respect with respect
March- Up to
separated ed to feeder to villages
17 March-17
1 INDORE 234 625 234 625 100.00% 100.00% Completed
BURHANP
2 73 266 73 266 100.00% 100.00% Completed
UR
3 ALIRAJPUR 39 529 39 529 100.00% 100.00% Completed
KHARGON
4 273 1156 273 1156 100.00% 100.00% Completed
E
5 KHANDWA 174 705 174 705 100.00% 100.00% Completed
6 JHABUA 66 752 66 752 100.00% 100.00% Completed
7 DHAR 309 1337 309 1337 100.00% 100.00% Completed
8 BARWANI 147 662 147 662 100.00% 100.00% Completed
Sub Total : Indore
1315 6032 1315 6032 100.00% 100.00% Completed
Region
1 RATLAM 211 1053 211 1053 100.00% 100.00% Completed
2 NEEMUCH 158 674 158 674 100.00% 100.00% Completed
MANDSAU
3 238 906 238 906 100.00% 100.00% Completed
R
4 UJJAIN 380 1096 380 1096 100.00% 100.00% Completed
5 DEWAS 278 1055 278 1055 100.00% 100.00% Completed
SHAHJAPU
6 273 1106 273 1106 100.00% 100.00% Completed
R
Sub Total Ujjain
1538 5890 1538 5890 100.00% 100.00% Completed
region
Total West Discom 2853 11922 2853 11922 100.00% 100.00% Completed
Peak Power Demand During Rabi Season

3500
3265
3150
2983.55
3000 2879.15

2503
2500 2371

2027
2000 1919

1500 1381
1292

1000

500

0
Peak load 06:00 to 18:00 (I to VI) Groups (in MW) Peak load 18:00 to 22:00 (I to VI) Groups (in MW)
New Service Connection served under FSP
120000

99558
100000

80000
64875
60000 53668
49810
44038
40000 35083 3600235362
31331
27407 25606
20000 13867
11487 9641 116969645

0
160
140.98 Impact of FSP on Dhar Circle
140
127.02 FY- 10-11 FY - 11 - 12 FY - 12 - 13
121.61
120 112.48
109.51 FY - 13 - 14 FY - 14 - 15 FY - 15 - 16
104.23 100.38
99.67
100
80.1
80 75.1
65.89
60 50.8
36.58 38.87
37.81
40 33.89
27.95 25.35 21.69
20.98
20.22 21
20 9.95 13.4

0
Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses (In %) AT & C Losses

Sr. No. Year Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses AT & C Losses
1 FY- 10-11 80.1 50.8 36.58% 38.87%
2 FY - 11 - 12 99.67 65.89 33.89% 37.81%
3 FY - 12 - 13 104.23 75.1 27.95% 25.35%
4 FY - 13 - 14 108.76 84.41 22.39% 19.06%
5 FY - 14 - 15 127.02 100.38 20.98% 21.69%
6 FY- 15 - 16 140.98 112.48 20.22% 21.00%
7 FY - 16-17 121.61 109.51 9.95% 13.40%
8 % Inc/Dec of 16 w.r.t. to 11 76.00% 121.42% -26.63% -25.47%
(Input of FY-15-16*Difference in T & D losses w.r.to 10- 70.54
9 Saving (In cr.)
11*3.63*0.6)/100 Per Year
10 Project cost (in Cr) 79.5 Payback period (in Year) 1.13
90
81.09 Improvement in Losses of Barwani Circle due to
80 77.66
71.88 FSP FY- 10-11
FY - 12 - 13
FY - 11 - 12
FY - 13 - 14
70 68.01
63.94 FY - 14 - 15 FY - 15 - 16
60.26
60 56.59 56.43
52.78
50 46.62
43.35
41.03 40.58
39.64 39.67
39.24 40.1
38.85 37.23
40
33.63 32.04 32.56
30 28.14 27.41 27.46
25.69 25.3
21.49
20

10

0
Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses (In %) AT & C Losses

Sr No. Year Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses AT & C Losses
1 FY- 10-11 46.62 28.14 39.64% 43.35%
2 FY - 11 - 12 56.59 33.63 40.58% 40.10%
3 FY - 12 - 13 63.94 38.85 39.24% 37.23%
4 FY - 13 - 14 68.01 41.03 39.67% 27.41%
5 FY - 14 - 15 77.66 52.78 32.04% 32.56%
6 FY- 15 - 16 81.09 60.26 25.69% 27.46%
7 FY - 16-17 71.88 56.43 21.49% 25.30%
8 % Inc/Feb of 17 w.r.t. to 11 54.18% 100.53% -18.15% -18.05%
(Input of FY-16-17*Difference in T & D losses w.r.to 10- 28.41
9 Saving (In cr.)
11*3.63*0.6)/100 Per Year
10 Project cost (in Cr) 43.64 Payback period (in Year) 1.54
160
Improvement in losses of Ratlam Circle due to
140 133.49
FSP FY- 10-11 FY - 11 - 12 FY - 12 - 13 FY - 13 - 14
120 111.78 FY - 14 - 15 FY - 15 - 16 FY - 16-17
100.23 99.31
97.51
100
79.54
77.49
80 72.15 72.02
60.53
60 54.86
48.73
45.96 48.3
41.19
40
38.03 36.338.7
37.17 36.35
29.2 30.99
28.14 28.16
23.38 26.93
20 12.76 16.3

0
Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses (In %) AT & C Losses

Sr No. Year Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses AT & C Losses
1 FY- 10-11 91.52 55.83 39.00% 48.30%
2 FY - 11 - 12 110.73 71.18 35.72% 41.19%
3 FY - 12 - 13 119.01 74.57 37.34% 36.35%
4 FY - 13 - 14 124.18 85.01 31.54% 23.38%
5 FY - 14 - 15 143.31 110.03 23.22% 28.16%
6 FY- 15 - 16 133.49 99.31 25.60% 26.93%
7 FY - 16-17 111.78 97.51 12.77% 16.30%
8 % Inc/Dec of 16 w.r.t. to 11 45.86% 77.88% -26.23% -32.00%
(Input of FY-15-16*Difference in T & D losses w.r.to 10- 63.87
9 Saving (In cr.)
11*3.63*0.6)/100 Per Year
10 Project cost (in Cr) 61.7 Payback period (in Year) 0.97
80
71.88 Impact of FSP on Neemuch Circle
70
64.39 63.29 FY- 10-11 FY - 11 - 12 FY - 12 - 13
58.63 60.34
60 58.21 FY - 13 - 14 FY - 14 - 15 FY - 15 - 16
54.7 53.67
50.19
50 46.01
42.73 43.56
39.68
40
32.29
30 26.63
24.43
20.94 21.52
20.36 21.4
20 16.64
16.05 17.16
16.3
15.2
12.4
10 8.03 7.44

0
Input (In Cr) Unit Sold (In Cr) T & D Losses (In %) AT & C Losses

Sr No. Year Input (In Crs) Unit Sold (In Crs) T & D Losses AT & C Losses
1 FY- 10-11 42.73 32.29 24.43% 26.63%
2 FY - 11 - 12 50.19 39.68 20.94% 21.40%
3 FY - 12 - 13 54.7 43.56 20.36% 15.20%
4 FY - 13 - 14 58.63 46.01 21.52% 7.44%
5 FY - 14 - 15 64.39 53.67 16.64% 17.16%
6 FY- 15 - 16 71.88 60.34 16.05% 16.30%
7 FY - 16-17 63.29 58.21 8.03% 12.40%
8 % Inc/Dec of 16 w.r.t. to 11 68.22% 86.87% -16.40% -14.23%
22.62
9 Saving (In cr.) (Input of FY-15-16*Difference in T & D losses w.r.to 10-11*3.63*0.6)/100
Per Year
10 Project cost (in Cr) 52.57 Payback period (in Year) 2.32
Improvement Supply Hours West Discom Due To FSP
2009-10 2011-12 2016-17
S No. MONTH RURAL
RURAL RURAL
DLF IRR
1 Apr 13:51 12:29 23:40 09:51
2 May 13:22 12:28 23:22 09:42
3 Jun 9:48 15:56 23:16 09:39
4 Jul 13:29 13:35 23:26 09:41
5 Aug 10:26 15:38 23:28 09:43
6 Sep 15:45 21:38 23:20 09:39
7 Oct 12:32 9:36 23:28 09:44
8 Nov 12:53 10:03 23:37 09:52
9 Dec 10:09 10:00 23:36 09:51
10 Jan 9:53 11:24 23:39 09:51
11 Feb 10:15 10:50 23:44 09:53
12 Mar 10:55 12:18 23:44 09:52
AVERAGE 11:56 12:59 23:32 9:46
SUPPLY HOURS WEST DISCOM 2016-17
CHQ RURAL
S No. Month
INDORE UJJAIN DISCOM THQ DLF IRR

1 Apr-16 23:50 23:47 23:51 23:46 23:40 09:51


2 May-16 23:37 23:51 23:45 23:40 23:22 09:42
3 Jun-16 23:43 23:48 23:45 23:35 23:16 09:39
4 Jul-16 23:47 23:53 23:51 23:42 23:26 09:41
5 Aug-16 23:52 23:54 23:51 23:42 23:28 09:43
6 Sep-16 23:50 23:55 23:46 23:37 23:20 09:39
7 Oct-16 23:51 23:55 23:48 23:40 23:28 09:44
8 Nov-16 23:56 23:56 23:55 23:51 23:37 09:52
9 Dec-16 23:55 23:56 23:55 23:50 23:36 09:51
10 Jan-17 23:54 23:56 23:55 23:49 23:39 09:51
11 Feb-17 23:54 23:55 23:55 23:50 23:44 09:53
12 Mar-17 23:53 23:56 23:56 23:52 23:44 09:52

Average 2016-17 23:50 23:54 23:51 23:44 23:32 9:46


Objective
To build the capacity of
women entrepreneurs and
women self help groups
(SHGs) to enhance
thebusiness opportunities
that will open up by improved
powersupply in rural areas.

Outcome Impact
Enhanced access to Improved socioeconomic
energy-based livelihoods status of women in the 32
opportunities for women project districts Madhya
micro-entrepreneurs Pradesh
Technical
Assistance:
Enhancing
Energybased
Livelihoods for
Women Micro
Entrepreneurs
Design features
Support for capacity
development
initiatives targeting
up to 20,000 women-
headed, home-based,
microenterprises in
the 16 project
districts to gain
access to energy-
based income-
generating business
opportunities.
Major Socioeconomic Impact
Indicators of toFSP
24x7 reliable power supply all domestic, commercial & industrial consumers.
Reduction in T&D Losses from each district: 10-18 %
Demand Side management :- more than 2000MW
Electrified new households:- 5,60,000 Nos
Nos. of separated feeders: 2853
Nos. Of beneficiary villages: 11922
Increased income of women entrepreneurs trained on energybased business
support activities.
At least 20% increase in time spent by women on rest, recreation and learning
activities
Good services to hospitals: Sterilization of Medical Instruments and
Operations are Possible in Hospitals in Villages.
Tremendous Development in Education System- Schools & Colleges have
started using Internet Communication System.
Students have got facilities to study during Night Hrs. also.
Entertainment activities have increased due to use of Televisions during
evening Hrs.
Earlier Communications Towers were utilizing DG Sets also but now they use
24 Hrs. Supply of the Discom.
Thank You!!!
Date of issue of award for ADB
Initial
Effective Amount
Sr. Lot Date of completi
District Division date of of
No. No- Award on
award contract
period
1 Jhabua Jhabua 12 01.08.2011 26.09.2011 48.14 18 Months
2 Alirajpur Alirajpur 13 01.08.2011 26.09.2011 36.15 18 Months
Ujjain, Tarana &
3 Ujjain 14 26.07.2011 04.10.2011 53.37 18 Months
Barnagar
Mahidpur &
4 Ujjain 15 30.07.2011 26.09.2011 43.15 18 Months
Nagda
Dewas &
5 Dewas 16 01.08.2011 11.10.2011 35.16 18 Months
Sonkachh
6 Dewas Kannod & Bagli 17 01.08.2011 26.09.2011 35.96 18 Months
7 Shajapur Aagar 18 01.08.2011 26.09.2011 47.39 18 Months
8 Shajapur Shajapur 19 01.08.2011 26.09.2011 39.68 18 Months
9 Shajapur Shujalpur 20 01.08.2011 11.10.2011 37.11 18 Months
Mandsau Garoth &
10 21 01.08.2011 04.10.2011 57.02 18 Months
r Malhargarh
Mandsau Mandsaur &
11 22 01.08.2011 04.10.2011 60.04 18 Months
r Sitamau
Neemuch,
12 Neemuch 23 01.08.2011 04.10.2011 66.56 18 Months
Manasa & Jawad
Total 559.73
Status of FSP lots funded by ADB
Closure
Schedule date of approved by
Effective Date Expected date of completion of
Sr. No. Lot No. Name of District Firm Name completion as BOD/
of Award separation of feeders
per Award Business
committee
Terminated on dated 25.01.2017 and 27 KM cabling
1 12 Jhabua M/s Vishwa Infra 26-09-2011 25-03-2013
balance work is balance
2 13 Alirajpur M/s NCC Ltd. 26-09-2011 25-03-2013 Completed
M/s Vishwanath
3 14 Ujjain 04-10-2011 03-04-2013 Completed
project
4 15 Ujjain M/s NCC Ltd. 26-09-2011 25-03-2013 Completed Approved
M/s Vishwanath
5 16 Dewas 11-10-2011 10-04-2013 Completed Approved
project
6 17 Dewas M/s NCC Ltd. 26-09-2011 25-03-2013 Completed Approved
Terminated on dated 31.03.2016 and 180 KM balance
7 18 Shajapur/Agar M/s Vishwa Infra 26-09-2011 25-03-2013
cabling works executed departmentally
Terminated on dated 28.04.2016 and 212 KM balance
8 19 Shajapur M/s Vishwa Infra 26-09-2011 25-03-2013
cabling works executed departmentally
Terminated on dated 27.08.2016 and 270 KM balance
9 20 Shajapur M/s Schaltech 11-10-2011 10-04-2013
cabling works executed departmentally
M/s Megha
10 21 Mandsaur 04-10-2011 03-04-2013 Completed Approved
Engineering
M/s Megha
11 22 Mandsaur 04-10-2011 03-04-2013 Completed Approved
Engineering
M/s Megha
12 23 Neemuch 04-10-2011 03-04-2013 Completed Approved
Engineering
Indore, Dhar, Jhabua & Terminated on dated 18.04.2015 and balance work
13 24 M/s Saisudhir 05-11-2011 04-05-2013
Khargone awarded under Lot 29
Khandw, Burhanpur, Barwani & M/s Godrej &
14 25 04-10-2011 03-04-2013 Completed Approved
Ujjain Boyce
Terminated on dated 25.07.2014 and balance work awarded
Dewas, Shajapur, Ratlam,
15 26 M/s Saisudhir 05-11-2011 04-05-2013 under Lot 29
Mandsaur & Neemuch
Indore, Dhar, Jhabua,
16 29 Khargone, Dewas, Shajapur, M/s Offshore Infra 05-12-2015 05-06-2017 Jun-17
Ratlam, Mandsaur & Neemuch
MONTHLY SAVING IN MW DURING RABI
3000
SEASON
During Rabi Season Year 2012-13 & 2013-14
During Rabi Season Year 2012-13 & 2014-15
2696.98

2500
2360.84

2067.7 2110.7
2000
1851.26

1565.12
1500

1000

685.7 678.7

500

0
Saving (In MW) Grand Total Saving hourly (In MW)