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Title: (6th June 2005 to 5th June 2006) Performance and Future Vision


1
(6th June 2005 to 5th June 2006)Performance and
Future Vision
MAHAVITARAN
Mumbai 06.06.2006
2
Issues inherited by MSEDCL (June 05)
  • Demand Supply Gap of 3500 to 4000 MW
  • High TD Loss 35.2 (04-05)
  • Low Collection Efficiency 85.2
  • Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure (Aged
    overloaded transformers S/S)
  • Pending applications for connections
  • Loss making Entity (Rs. 998 Cr. In 2004-05)
  • Poor consumer response

3
Action Plan to Resolve the Issues
  • MSEDCLs Mission Statement
  • 10 Point Action Plan
  • Communication Plan
  • Organizational Changes

4
Summary of Performance
5
Annual Plan for 2006-07Physical Targets
  • 280 Nos. 33/11KV, 22/11KV, 22KV Sw Substations
  • Connections to 90,000 pumps
  • 6 Lakh unmetered Ag. consumers to be metered
  • Metering of 95,394 DTCs
  • LTLM scheme for 62,666 DTCs
  • Fixed capacitors for 19,900 DTCs
  • 10,653 Nos. new DTCs to be installed 19000
    Nos. for 3-Phase HVDS
  • 25,164 Nos. Single Phase HVDS transformers
    proposed
  • 5000 Nos. DTCs for Gaothan feeder separation
  • 19,000 Km 11KV (HT) line proposed

6
VISION MAHAVITARAN FY 2006-07 2007-08
THEME PARAMETER VISION / TARGET
Loss Reduction Implementation of HVDS Schemes Scheme for 10 Circles for Rs.49.33 Cr. By Mar 2007.
Loss Reduction Improvement in Collection Efficiency 89 in FY 2006-07 91 in FY 2007-08
Loss Reduction DTC Meters All DTC's to be metered by 2006-07 (2.25 Lakhs)
Loss Reduction Automated Meter Reading For 20,000 high revenue consumers - Sept. 2007
Loss Reduction Metering of Agricultural Consumers 6 Lakh metered by 2006-07 All 16.65 metered by 2007-08
Network Improvement HT LT Ratio 1 1.95 in FY 2006-07 1 1.65 in FY 2007-08 1 1.25 in 2010
Network Improvement DTC Failure Rate 13.5 for FY 2006-07 11.50 for FY 2007-08
Network Improvement Infrastructure Plan Rs.7720 Cr. By FY 2008-09 Rs.11703 Cr. By 2011
Network Improvement Implementation of SCADA 10 cities by Sept. 2006
Network Improvement MIS Phase-I (EA / FABC / Stores / IT) To be completed by Sept 2007
7
VISION MAHAVITARAN FY 2006-07 2007-08
THEME PARAMETER VISION/ TARGET
Consumer Servicing Estabislment of Call Centers 10 by 2006-07 All Districts by 2007-08.
Consumer Servicing Consumer Grievance Redressal 50 Single Windows at Sub-Div Level by 2006-07 Single Windows at all Sub-Divisions in 2007-08
Demand Side Management Single Phasing Scheme Balance2502 Villages by Dec. 2006 4515 Villages (Rs.170 Cr.) in FY 2006-07
Demand Side Management Gaothan Feeder Separation Scheme 2000 villages by Mar 2007 Balance 8232 villages by Sept. 2009
Demand Side Management Installation of LT capacitors on DTCs 62500 DTCs by September 2008
Demand Side Management Installation of LT capacitors on Agricultural Pumps 1.35 Lakh by September 2008
8
Thank You
9
MSEDCLS MISSION STATEMENT
  1. We, as a professional company, rededicate
    ourselves to serve all our customers by extending
    reliable and quality power supply at reasonable
    and competitive tariffs so as to boost
    agricultural, industrial and overall economic
    development of Maharashtra.
  2. We commit to Honesty, Integrity and Transparency
    in actions to achieve higher standards of
    Consumer Satisfaction.
  3. We aim at achieving technological excellence and
    financial turnaround for the overall benefit of
    the customers.

10
MSEDCLS MISSION STATEMENT cont.
  1. We will strive hard for system improvement and
    stress upon preventive maintenance.
  2. We will ruthlessly curb the theft of electricity.
  3. We will encourage and support energy savings
    activities and Demand Side Management thereby
    optimizing the use of electricity.
  4. We will fulfill our commitment to society by
    improving quality of life.

11
10 Point Action Plan
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Distribution network planning
  • Consumer Grievances Redressal Systems
  • Distribution system loss reduction
  • Improvement in Collection efficiency
  • Circles to act as profit centers
  • Efficient use of Technology
  • Improved services to Ag. Consumers
  • Improving working conditions of employees
  • Demand Side Management

12
Summary of New Initiatives taken
  • 1. Infrastructure Work plan for Rs. 12,500
    Crores( 5 Years) Rs. 7500 crores (3 years)
    finalized
  • 2. Load Management
  • Capacity Addition Programme of 18,000MW against
    load growth of 10,000MW (in 5-6 years)
  • DSM Akshya Prakash Yojana (4379 Villages),
    single phasing (7461 Villages), Gaothan feeder
    separation, use of CFLs (4.5 Lakhs) , capacitor
    installation on DTCs and at sub-stations
  • 3. Distribution Loss reduced by 3.38 after
    restructuring( June 05 to Mar 06)
  • From 30.56 to 27.18
  • Energy accounting Report generated for 49,255
    DTCs
  • Detection of 26,572 theft cases (from April to
    Mar 06)
  • 4. Collection increased by 15.10
  • From Rs. 12105.65 Crs. in June May 05 to
    Rs. 13933.85 Crs in June May 06
  • RCI Arrears reduced from Rs.1466 Crores to
    Rs.1360 Crores

13
Summary of New Initiatives taken
  • 5. DTC failure Rate reduced
  • From 18.52 in 04-05 to 16.62 in Apr Mar
    06
  • 6. Consolidated distribution Automation plan
    prepared SCADA, AMR, e-billing, computerization
    of all subdivisions
  • 7. Formation of Quality control cell to ensure
    purchase of best quality material
  • 8. Four S.Es nominated as M.Ds representatives
    for monitoring various activities of the MSEDCL
    in the field
  • 9. 3 Call Centres (Pune, Nagpur, Bhandup), 5 CFCs
    commissioned, all consumer bills on internet

14
Communication Plan
  • Communication Strategy
  • Communication Focused towards internal Employees
  • Communication of reforms to consumers
  • Means of Communication
  • Workshops with field staff and with unions
  • Workshops conducted by Unions for members
  • Staff Meetings at Division/Circle Level
  • House Journal (E-magazine) Maha Vitaran Veej
    Varta
  • Video message on Ten Point Program
  • Articles in Newspapers

15
Organizational Changes
  • Four S.Es nominated as M.Ds representatives for
    monitoring various activities of the MSEDCL in
    the field
  • Posts of area wise Executive Directors created
    and filled in for proper monitoring.
  • Formation of Quality control department to ensure
    purchase of best quality material.
  • Formation of Material specifications Cell

16
Demand Supply Gap for Mahavitaran (at Peak
Demand in MW)
3045
4205
3432
2042
1822
2421
1016
Deficit was maximum at 4622MW on 9th Feb 06
due to non-availability of adequate supply to
cater to high peak demand
17
Repatriation (Rs. Crores)
June to March FOCA Rs. 958 Crores FOCA 2004-05
Rs.592Cr. 2005-06 Rs.1118Cr.
18
Distribution Losses (in )
04-05 05-06 05-06 06-07
Particulars Target Achieved Target
Distribution Loss 31.14 28.00 27.98 25.00
Distribution losses after formation of MSEDCL Distribution losses after formation of MSEDCL Distribution losses after formation of MSEDCL Distribution losses after formation of MSEDCL
June 04- Mar 05 June 05 Mar 06 Improvement
Distribution Loss 30.56 27.18 -3.38
19
Comparison of T D loss, Distribution loss for
Two Years
Particulars April March April March Rise
Particulars 2004-2005 2005-06 Rise
Particulars Mus Mus Rise
Total Input (MU) 67289.09 69274.98 1985.89
EHV System Loss 6.01 6.39 0.38
Total Sale (MU) 43549.78 46704.51 3154.73
Dist. Loss 31.14 27.98 -3.16
T D Loss 35.28 32.58 -2.70
20
DTC Losses
21
Theft Cases Detected
In Rs lakhs
22
Infrastructure Work Plan
  • Main Objectives
  • Infrastructure Work Plan to cater the estimated
    Load profile
  • Proactive Planning
  • Planning at Micro Level

FY06-07 FY07-08 FY08-09 FY09-10 FY10-11
Infrastructure Work Plan Outlay (Rs. Crs.) 1378 3980 3588 1795 1768
Distribution Loss () 25 22 20 18 17
Collection Efficiency with Ag() 89 91 93 95 97
DTC Failure rate () 13.5 11.5 9.5 8 7
Normal Billing () 100 100 100 100 100
23
Infrastructure Work Plan
Infrastructure Work Plan Activities Undertaken
  • Five year sub-division wise load profile prepared
    by each SDO
  • Five year subdivision wise Infrastructure
    requirement to match the load profile prepared by
    SDO
  • Five year financial plan prepared
  • DPRs prepared for the 3 year plan

24
MAHADISCOM Financial Plan for (FY 06-07 to FY
08-09)
  • Capital works (New Works) Rs. 5802.58 Cr.
  • RM Works Rs. 1765.5 Cr.
  • Total Plan Rs. 7,568.08 Cr.
  • Year Wise Outlay

Year Amount (Rs. Cr.)
FY 06-07 1513.62
FY 07-08 3027.23
FY 08-09 3027.23
Total 7568.08
25
Infrastructure Plan for 3-Years (2006-07 to
2008-09)RM Works
Amount in Rs. Lakhs
26
Infrastructure Plan for 3-Years (2006-07 to
2008-09)Capital Works
Amount in Rs. Lakhs
27
Objectives
  • Infrastructure Work Plan should match with the
    Load Profile prepared for the next five years.
    i.e. the proposed Infrastructure should be able
    to meet the anticipated increase in load
  • HT - LT Ratio Improvement

28
Objectives
  • Reduction in Distribution Losses

For Circles above 40 Distribution losses - 3 reduction in every year
For Circles having losses between 30 to 40 - 3 reduction in every year for three years and 1.5 in next two years
For Circles having losses between 25 to 30 - 3 in first two years and 1 in next three years
For Circles having losses between 20 - 1.5 in first two years to 25 and 1 in next three years
29
Objectives
  • Improvement in Standards of Performance
  • Infrastructure Work Plan should bring about
    reduction in interruptions
  • SAIFI, SAIDI, CAIDI to be brought from the
    existing level to the following levels by 2008.
  • Reduce loading of the Distribution Transformers
    to 80 in the Horizon year from the present level
    ranging from 100 to 150
  • Include use of SCADA, Call Centers, Consumer
    Facility Centers in all Municipal Corporation
    areas
  • Meet the Standard Of Performance given by MERC
  • e.g. Voltage Regulation - 6 to -9 for 11 KV
    and 22 KV
  • Bring down the DTC failure rate to
  • - Urban- 5
  • - Rural- 7
  • Bring down RCI pending connections to one month
    in a year
  • Bring down the Ag. pending connections to one
    month in five years
  • Include GIS mapping of all Consumers in Urban
    areas

30
Objectives
  • Availability of Reactive Power Management Plan as
    follows
  • - Power Factor to be brought to 0.90 in Rural
    areas
  • - Power Factor to be brought to 0.95 in Urban
    areas
  • - Power Factor to be brought to 0.99 in
    Industrial areas
  • ( By installing Capacitors at Sub-Station/DTC/
    Lines.)
  • Maximum emphasis on HVDS schemes especially as
    follows-
  • - HVDS to be taken up in all slums and non
    paying areas
  • - HVDS to be taken up in high Ag. Consumption
    areas
  • Ensure a positive IRR for the project

31
DTC FAILURE
2004-05 18.52
2005-06 16.62
32
Steps undertaken to reduce Transformer failures
  • Constructional features improvement
  • Use of completely self protected (CSP)
    transformers with built-in circuit breakers.
  • Use of Amorphous metal core transformers to
    reduce no load loss.
  • Improvement in procurement procedures
  • Guarantee period increased from 24 to 60 months
  • Type test reports from NABL and ERDA compulsory.
  • Improvement in testing procedures
  • 10 of offered lot to be tested at factory.
  • Tests to be carried out for all transformers
    supplied with modern testing equipment.
  • Action plan for reducing transformer failures
  • Providing effective earthing.
  • Providing lightening arrestors to all
    transformers.
  • Reduction of overloading of transformers through
    construction work plan. (loading upto 80)

33
Capacity Addition Firmed Projects
34
MAHAGENCO's Phase-II Projects,IPP,Ultra Mega
Power Projects
35
DSM and Load management
2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07
Target Achieved Targets Achieved
No. of APY villages 2000 3984 villages Load relief 924.79 MW 10,000 Villages 4379 Villages (918.03 MW) up to 31st May 06
Special Gaothan feeder separation Scheme (1) (2) Pune Satara Distt. 10232 villages 1650 feeders 713 Crores 1449 Villages 36 feeders 95 MW load relief (Oct 05) All feeders will be completed by Sept 09
Single Phasing Scheme 9963 Villages 235 Crores/Sep 06 7461 Villages 230 crores 4515 Villages 279 Crores/ Mar08
Capacitors( Substation / DTCs) 62,500 DTC 1,35000 AG Pumps LTLMS
Existing Capacitors 100 to be in service
DSM/ Energy Conservation 3 lakh CFLs 4.5 Lakh 10 lakh
36
Number of Villages underAkshay Prakash Yojana
(As on 31st May 2006) - 4379 Villages Warora
Town
Nos./ MW
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