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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

OUTCOME BUDGET

OF

MINISTRY OF POWER

2008 – 2009
CONTENTS
Page No.

CHAPTER - I Introduction 1

CHAPTER - II Outcome Budget 2008-09 11

CHAPTER - III Reforms Measures and 99


Policy Initiatives

CHAPTER – IV Review of Past Performance 109

CHAPTER - V Financial Review 189

CHAPTER - VI Review of Performance of Statutory


& Autonomous Bodies 198
Executive Summary

· The Plan Outlay of the Ministry of Power for the year 2008-09 is Rs.40460.10
crores which includes Internal Extra Budgetary Resources(IEBR) of CPSUs
amounting to Rs.34460.10 crore and Gross Budgetary Support(GBS) of Rs. 6000
crore. The Net Non Plan outlay of the Ministry of Power for the year 2008-09 is
Rs.75 crore.

· The Salient features of the performance during 2007-08 and projected Outcomes
of 2008-09 are as under: -

Ø Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) - During 2007-


08 upto end January, 2008, electrification of 7077 villages and release of
connections to 12 lakh BPL households has been achieved. Cumulatively
since the introduction of the scheme till end January, 2008, the
achievement is electrification of 45602 villages and release of electric
connections to 18.7 lakh BPL households. The target for the year 2008-09
is for electrification of 25,000 un-electrified villages and offering
electricity connections to around 60 lakhs BPL households.

Ø Generation
Central Sector electricity generation is planned and implemented through
the various organizations. The details along with their highlights are as
under: -

(i) NTPC
In 2007-08 till January 2008, NTPC has added 1240 MW of thermal
generation capacity comprising Sipat STPP-II U-4(500 MW) and Module
–III of RGPPL (740 MW), a the joint venture project of NTPC, GAIL,
MSEB and Indian Financial Institutions. The outlay of Rs.13588 crores
during 2008-09 would result in commissioning of 1320 MW (Sipat-I
2x660 MW). The outlay will also result in substantial physical progress of
the projects scheduled to be commissioned during the XI Plan period.

(ii) NHPC
In 2007-08 till January 2008 NHPC has added 510 MW (65MWx8) with
the commissioning of Omkareshwar project. During the year 2008-09,
NHPC outlay of Rs. 4385.19 crore is mostly for their on-going schemes
(Subansiri Lower, Uri-II Parbarti-II, Parbati-III, Sewa-II, Chamera-III,
Nimoo Bazgo, Chutak, Kishenganga and Teesta Lower Dam-III & IV)
and new proposed projects of Kotlibhel IA, IB & II.
(iii) NEEPCO
During the year 2008-09 the outlay of NEEPCO of Rs. 772.50 crore is
mainly for Kameng HEP, Pare HEP and other new projects.

(iv) THDC
Although no capacity addition will be achieved in 2008-09, however
substantial progress will be made for Koteshwar HEP. Further action
towards construction of new projects of Tehri PSP and Vishnugad
Pipalkoti HEP will also be taken.

(v) SJVNL

During the year 2008-09, the construction activities of Rampur H.E.P. and
Luhri H.E.P. will achieve considerable progress. Works being carried out
at Nathpa Jhakri HEP shall lead to greater availability of NJHPS for
operation during high flood season.

(vi) DVC
The outlay of Rs. 6612.65 crs. during 2008-09 would result in commercial
operation of Mejia Unit (VI) ( 1 x 250 MW ). In addition, unit VII and
VIII (2 x 250 MW ) of Chandrapura Thermal Power Station(Extension)
will also get synchronized. LOA for new projects like Koderma Stage-I (
2x500 MW ), Durgapur Steel TPS ( 2 x 500 MW), Raghunathpur TPS
Phase-I ( 2x600 MW) has already been placed in the year 2007-08 and
works for these projects will gather momentum in 2008-09. In addition,
works on replacement/extension projects of Mejia Phase-II will progress
substantially. LOA for Bokaro ‘A’ TPS ( 500 MW) is also likely to be
placed in 2008-09. Substantial progress will also be made in joint venture
through Maithon Power Limited (MPL) at Maithon at Right Bank Thermal
Power Station.

Ø Transmission

Till Dec. 2007, Powergrid has commissioned 4800 circuit Km. of


transmission line and achieved 7200 MVA of transformation capacity
addition. The overall outcome in the year 2008-09 with an outlay of
Rs.8040 crores for Powergrid would be to commission 5500 Ckms. of
transmission lines involving 6285 MVA of transformation capacity.

· Monitoring Mechanism

An intensified monitoring mechanism has been put in place in the


Ministry of Power as indicated here under:-

Ø Weekly review by Secretary (P) of the status of investment


approval of new projects. Constant follow-up with Finance
Ministry and Planning Commission is taken up to expedite the
approval of the Competent Authority and thereby utilization of
budgeted expenditure.
Ø Monthly review by Chairman, CEA of all projects.
Ø Three-stage approval process of Hydro Projects to ensure adequacy
of Survey & Investigation and creation of all essential
infrastructure required for commencement of construction before
accord of final approval by the CCEA.
Ø Comprehensive quarterly review by Secretary (P) of status of all
ongoing and new projects.
Ø Periodical reviews with States on capacity addition/APDRP/
village electrification.
Ø Periodic Inter-ministerial coordination meetings with Ministry of
Petroleum &Natural Gas; Ministry of Coal; Ministry of
Environment & Forest; Ministry of Water Resources to expedite
clearances for the projects.
Ø Periodic reviews with private project developers
Ø Periodic visits to States- Comprehensive individual review with the
State Governments
Ø Periodic visits to the project sites.

· Public Information System


Outcome Budget has been posted on the website of the Ministry of Power.
Quarterly achievement against the Projected Outcomes will be posted on the
Website of the Ministry of Power to disseminate information about the
performance every quarter.
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MINISTRY OF POWER

Chapter – I

INTRODUCTION

The Ministry of Power is entrusted with the evolution of the general policy in the
field of Energy. Under the Allocation of Business Rules, the Ministry is responsible for
the following functions and activities: -

i) General Policy in the electric power sector and issues relating to energy
policy. (Details of short, medium and long-term policies in terms of
formulation, acceptance, implementation and review of such policies,
cutting across sectors, fuels regions and cross country flows).

ii) All maters relating to hydroelectric power (except small/mini/micro hydel


projects of and below 25 MW capacities) and thermal power and
transmission system network.
iii) Research, development and technical assistance relating to hydro-electric
and thermal power and transmission system network.
iv) Administration of the Electricity Act, 2003 (34 of 2003) the Damodar
Valley Corporation Act, 1948 (14 of 1948) and Bhakra Beas Management
Board as provided in Punjab Re-organization Act, 1966 (31 of 1966)
v) All matters relating to Central Electricity Authority and Central Electricity
Regulatory Commission.
vi) Rural Electrification, Power Schemes in Union Territories and issues
relating to power supply in the States and Union Territories.

vii) Administrative control of Public Sector Undertakings, Statutory and


Autonomous Bodies functioning under the Ministry.

viii) Other Public Sector Enterprises concerned with the subject included under
this Ministry except such projects as are specifically allotted to any other
Ministry or Department.

ix) All matters concerning energy conservation and energy efficiency


pertaining to Power Sector.
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2. Shri SushilKumar Shinde joined as Minister of Power w.e.f. 30.01.06. Shri Anil
Razdan is the Secretary of Ministry of Power since 1st February 2007. There are two
Additional Secretaries and four Joint Secretaries including one Financial Adviser.

3. a) Shri Anil Kumar, Additional Secretary, oversees the work relating to


Policy & Planning; Reforms & Restructuring and Ultra Mega Power Projects. He is also
designated the Appellate Authority under Right to Infiormation Act.

b) Shri Gireesh B. Pradhan, Additional Secretary oversees the work relating


to Transmission; Power Grid, Information Technology; Operation Monitoring;
International Cooperation; Coordination and Environment clearance related issues
pertaining to Power Transmission Projects; Power Finance Corporation; Project
Monitoring Cell.

4. Various functions and activities of the Ministry under the charge of Joint
Secretaries have been grouped as follows: -

i) Hydro Power and Vigilance & Security; Resettlement and Rehabilitation


issues and Environment clearance related issues pertaining to Hydro
Power Projects; Distribution; Accelerated Power Development & Reforms
Programme (APDRP);

ii) Thermal, Independent Power Producers; Fuel Supply, Ash Utilisation and
Environment clearance related issues pertaining to Thermal Power
Projects;

iii) Rural electrification; Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana; Rural


Electrification Corporation, Energy Conservation, Demand Side
Management; Energy Efficiency, Training & Research; Global warming
and Clean Development Mechanism; Administration; Parliament and
Official Language.

iv) Financial Matters and Public Grievances.

5. Apart from the above groups, there is a Principal Accounts Office of the Ministry
headed by the Controller of Accounts who reports and works under the supervision of the
Financial Adviser in the Ministry of Power.

6. In all technical matters, Ministry of Power is assisted by the Central Electricity


Authority (CEA). The CEA is responsible for overall planning and technical
coordination as well as supervision of various standards/programmes of entire electricity
sector of the whole country. The functions and duties of the Authority are delineated
under Section 73 of the Electricity Act, 2003. Besides, CEA has to discharge various
other functions as well under Section 3, 7, 8, 53, 55 and 177 of the Act. CEA is headed
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by a Chairperson who oversees largely the development of Power Sector in the country.
Presently, there are six (6) wings namely Planning, Hydro, Thermal, Grid Operation &
Distribution, Economic & Commercial and Power System each headed by a Member of
the Authority. There are fourteen (14) subordinate outfits of CEA located in various
parts of the country.

7. In addition, there are five Statutory Bodies, six Public Sector Undertakings, three
Joint Venture Corporations, two Autonomous Bodies (Societies) under the administrative
control of the Ministry of Power. These are: -

a) STATUTORY BODIES (Non-Commercial) :

Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), New Delhi

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), an independent statutory


body with quasi-judicial powers, was originally constituted on 25th July 1998 under the
Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 and has been continued under The
Electricity Act, 2003. The Commission consists of a Chairperson and four other
Members including the Chairperson, Central Electricity Authority as an ex-officio
member. The main functions of CERC include regulation of tariff of generating
companies owned or controlled by the Central Government or if such generating
companies enter into or otherwise have a composite scheme for generation and sale of
electricity in more than one State, regulation and determination of tariff of inter-State
transmission of electricity, issuing licenses to persons to function as transmission licensee
and electricity traders with respect to their inter-State operations, adjudicating upon
disputes involving generating companies or transmission licensee, specifying Grid Code
having regard to Grid Standards; to specify and enforce the standards with respect to
quality, continuity and reliability of service by licensees and fixing the trading margin in
the inter-State trading of electricity, if considered, necessary.

Appellate Tribunal for Energy (ATE), New Delhi

By virtue of Section 110 of Electricity Act, 2003, an Appellate Tribunal for


Electricity has been set up to hear appeals against the orders of the adjudicating officer or
the appropriate Commission under the Act of 2003. The Tribunal also has original
jurisdiction to hear petitions under Section 121 and of the Act. This Tribunal has been
established by the Central Government i.e. Ministry of Power, Govt. of India w.e.f. 7th
April, 2004 notified vide S.O. 478 (E). Delhi is the headquarters of the Tribunal. The
Appellate Tribunal consists of a Chairperson, one Judicial Member and two Technical
Members. Every Bench constituted by the Chairperson includes at least one Judicial
Member and one Technical Member.

Bureau of Energy Efficiency, (BEE), New Delhi

The Mission of Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is to develop policy and


strategies with a thrust on self-regulation and market principles, within the overall
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framework of the Energy Conservation Act (EC Act), 2001 with the primary objective of
reducing energy intensity of the Indian economy. BEE co-ordinates with designated
consumers, designated agencies and other organizations; recognizes, identifies and
utilizes the existing resources and infrastructure, in performing the functions assigned to
it under the EC Act. The EC Act provides for regulatory and promotional functions.

b) STATUTORY BODIES (Commercial) :

Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), Calcutta

Damodar Valley Corporation, the first major multi-purpose integrated river


valley project of the country conceived in line with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
came into existence on July 7, 1948 by an Act of Central Legislature. In keeping with
industrialization in DVC commend area, power generation, transmission and distribution
gained priority for providing electricity to the core industries like Steel, Coal, Railways
and other industries/consumers to respective State Electricity Boards. With the passage
of time and shift in national priorities, power generation with associated transmission and
bulk activities gained priority in Damodar Valley Corporation. Other objectives of DVC,
however, received due attention and services as part of its overall responsibilities and
commitment. The emphasis on power aspect gained importance since last 3/4 yrs. when
Ministry of Power, Government of India started advocating for setting up of thermal
power plants at or near pitheads and transmit power rather than transporting coal and
advise DVC to work towards adequate capacity addition during 11th Plan in order to
need the Power Vision 2012 of Government of India. At present, Damodar Valley
Corporation is supplying power within the covered area of 24,235 sq.k.m. known as the
DVC Command Area and also exporting power to other States beyond the Damodar
Valley. DVC has also committed to supply power for the commonwealth games to be
held in Delhi.

Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB), Chandigarh

Bhakra Management Board (BMB) was constituted under Section 79 of the


Punjab Re-Organisation Act, 1966 for the administration, maintenance and operation of
Bhakra Nangal Project w.e.f. Ist October, 1967. BBMB is statutory body under the
supervision of Government of India. However, Government of India does not have any
financial stake in this Body. The Government of India transferred the Beas Project
Works, on completion, from Beas Construction Board (BCB) to BMB as per Section 80
of the Act and Bhakra Management Board was renamed as Bhakra Beas Management
Board (BBMB) w.e.f. 15.5.1976. Bhakra Beas Management Board is responsible for the
administration, operation and maintenance of Bhakra Nangal Project, Beas Satluj Link
Project and Pong Dam including Power Houses and a network of transmission lines and
grid sub-stations. The functions of Bhakra Beas Management Board include regulation
the supply of waters from Bhakra-Nangal and Beas projects to the States of Punjab,
Haryana and Rajasthan and regulation of supply of power generated at the Bhakra-Beas
Power Houses to power utilities in charge of distribution of power in the participating
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States. BBMB also provides Engineering and related technical and consultancy services
in various fields of Hydro Electric Power and Irrigation Projects.

c) PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS:

NTPC Limited

NTPC was set up in 1975 as a Central Sector generating company for the
development of thermal power. The Corporation has grown rapidly to become the largest
thermal generating company in India. However, in addition to attaining large size, the
operations of the company have also become diverse and are now not limited to thermal
power only. Company has diversified into hydro power, power trading, coal mining etc.
In order to embody its diverse operations the company has been rechristened as NTPC
Limited. As on 31.03.2007 the authorized share capital of NTPC is Rs.10,000 crores and
paid up capital is 8245.50 crores. The Corporation is at present engaged in operating
thirteen (15) coal based power projects and seven (7) gas/liquid based power projects.
NTPC has as on 31.12 2007, commissioned 28644 MW.

Powergrid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL)

Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) was incorporated as a


Government of India enterprise on 23rd October, 1989 under the Companies Act, 1956
with an authorized share capital of Rs.5,000 crore, which has been enhanced to Rs.10,000
crore in 2006-07 and paid up capital as on 31.03.2007 is Rs.3826.22crores. The mission
of the corporation is “Establishment and Operation of Regional and National Power Grids
to facilitate transfer of power within and across the regions with reliability, security and
economy on sound commercial principles”. POWERGRID, the Central Transmission
Utility (CTU) of the country and one of the largest transmission utilities in the world, is
playing a strategic role in the Indian Power Sector and is considered as the nerve center
of Power Sector. As on December 31, 2007, POWERGRID is operating about 64,800 Ckt
km of transmission lines and 110 Sub-stations having transformation capacity of about
66,600 MVA. The current inter regional transmission capacity of PGCIL is 17,000 MW.
The transmission system availability is maintained consistently more than 99% by
deploying best Operation and Maintenance practices at par with international utilities.
Further, there has been no major grid disturbance in the country during last three years.

National Hydro Electric Power Corporation (NHPC)

National Hydro-electric Power Corporation (NHPC) was incorporated in 1975


under Companies Act 1956. NHPC is a Schedule “A” Enterprise of the Government of
India with an authorized share capital of Rs. 15,000 crores and paid-up capital as on
31.03.2007 is Rs. 11198.21 crores, NHPC has now become the largest organization for
hydro power development in India, with capabilities to undertake all the activities from
conceptualization to commissioning of hydro projects. The main objects of NHPC
include, planning, promoting and organizing an integrated and efficient development of
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hydroelectric, wind, tidal, geothermal and gas power in all aspects, and transmission,
distribution and sale of power generation at power stations. The total installed capacity of
NHPC as on 31.12.2007 including that of NHDC is 4665 MW. The Corporation is
presently engaged in construction of 12 projects with the installed capacity of 5132 MW.

North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO)

North Eastern Electric Corporation Ltd. (NEEPCO) was constituted in 1976 under
the Indian Companies Act, 1956 with the objective of developing the power potential of
the North Eastern Region of the country through planned development of power
generation projects, which in turn would effectively promote the development of the
North Eastern Region. Since then NEEPCO has grown into one of the pioneer Public
Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, with an authorized share
capital of Rs.3,500 Crs., paid up capital as on 31.03.2007 is Rs. 2659.32 Crs. NEEPCO
is having an installed capacity of 1,130 MW (755 MW hydro & 375 MW thermal) as on
31.12.2007, which meets more than 60% of the energy requirements of the North Eastern
(N.E.) Region.

Rural Electrification Corporation (REC)

Rural Electrification Corporation Limited (REC) was incorporated in the year


1969 to facilitate the development of power infrastructure in the rural India. The
authorized share capital of the Corporation is Rs.1200 crore and the paid-up capital as on
31.03.2007 stood at Rs.780.60 crore. The main objectives of the Corporation are to
promote and finance projects aimed at Integrated System Improvement, power
generation, promotion of decentralized & non-conventional energy sources, energy
conservation, renovation & maintenance, power distribution with focus on pump sets
energization, rural households electrification and other related works in rural & urban
areas. REC , is the nodal agency for implementation of RGGVY programme, has 17 nos.
of Project Offices spread all over the country.
Power Finance Corporation (PFC)

Power Finance Corporation Limited (PFC) was set-up in July 1986, under the
Companies Act to serve the Power Sector exclusively, under the administrative control of
the Ministry of Power. PFC was registered as a Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC)
with the Reserve Bank of India in February 1998. PFC is also notified as a Public
Financial Institution (PFI) under Section-4(A) of the Companies Act 1956. The
authorized share capital of the Corporation is Rs.2000 crores and paid up capital as on
31.12.2007 is Rs.1147.77 crores. Apart from extending financial assistance/ guarantees
to power utilities, the Corporation is also playing a crucial role in the institutional
development of its borrowers. PFC is facilitating development of Ultra Mega Power
Projects by setting up SPV companies.
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d) JOINT VENTURE CORPORATIONS

Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC)

THDC, a Joint Venture Corporation of the Govt. of India and Govt. of U.P., was
incorporated as a Limited Company under the Companies Act,1956, in July’88 to
develop, operate and maintain the Tehri Hydro Power Complex and other Hydro Projects.
THDC is presently responsible for the implementation of the Tehri Hydro Power
Complex (2400 MW), VishnuGad Pipalkoti Project (444 MW) and six other new Hydro
Electric Projects, with total installed capacity of 695 MW. The Corporation has an
authorised share capital of Rs.4000 Cr. and paid up capital as on 31.12.2007 is 3184.62
cr. The cost of the Tehri Hydro Power Complex being shared in the ratio of 75:25
(equity portion) by Govt. of India & Govt. of U.P. for power component, while the
irrigation component(20% of cost of Tehri Dam & HPP) is being entirely funded by the
Govt. of U.P. The current installed capacity of THDC is 1000 MW.

Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam (SJVN)

The Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited – SJVN (formerly Nathpa Jhakri Power
Corporation Limited – NJPC) was incorporated on May 24, 1988 as a joint venture of
the Government of India (GOI) and the Government of Himachal Pradesh (GOHP) to
plan, investigate, organize, execute, operate and maintain Hydro-electric power projects
in the river Satluj basin in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The present authorized share
capital of SJVN is Rs. 4500 crores and paid up share capital as on 31.03.2006 is Rs.
4,108.81 crores. The debt equity ratio for the Nathpa Jhakri Hydro-Electric Project
(NJHEP) is 1:1 and the equity-sharing ratio of GOI and GOHP is 3:1 respectively. In
addition to the financial assistance from the World Bank, SJVN has also been financed
loan by a Consortium of European Banks and the Power Finance Corporation (PFC).
Nathpa Jhakri Hydro Electric Power Project, the largest underground hydroelectric
project was commissioned on 18.05.2004 and has generated already 15,795.255 MU up
to January 11, 2007. Currently SJVNL is executing Rampur HEP (412 MW) in the State
of Himachal Pradesh with World Bank assistance.

e) AUTONOMOUS BODIES:

National Power Traning Institute (NPTI)

National Power Training Institute (NPTI), An ISO 9001 & ISO 14001
organization, is a National Apex body for Training and Human Resources Development
in Power Sector with its Corporate Office at Faridabad. NPTI operates on an all India
basis through its Units in different power zones of the country located at Faridabad,
Neyveli, Durgapur , Badarpur, New Delhi, Nagpur, Centre for Advanced Management
and Power Studies (CAMPS), Faridabad , North-Eastern Regional Institute, Guwahati ,
Power Systems Training Institute (PSTI), Bangalore, Hot Line Training Centre (HLTC)
also at Bangalore and Hydro Power Training Institute (HPTI) at Nangal. Duly
recognized by the Central Electricity Authority, NPTI serves as a National Certification
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Authority for the purpose of certification of competence to ensure availability of
properly trained personnel to man the Indian Electricity Industry.

Central Power Research Institute (CPRI)


The Central Power Research Institute (CPRI) was established in Bangalore by the
Government of India in 1960. It became an Autonomous Society in the year 1978 under
the aegis of the Ministry of Power, Government of India. The main objective of setting
up of the Institute was to serve as a National Laboratory for undertaking applied research
in electric power engineering besides functioning as an independent National Testing and
Certification Authority for electrical equipment and components to ensure reliability and
improve, innovate and develop new products. The Institute has several research
laboratories and testing facilities and employs about 220 qualified Scientists and
Engineers besides other supporting staff. The Head Office of the Institute is at Bangalore
and its other units are located at Bhopal, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ghaziabad and
Thiruvananthapuram.
Programmes and Schemes Implemented by the Ministry

1. Secretariat : This scheme takes care of Establishment matters for the Secretariat
of the Ministry of Power. Ministry of Power has 14 schemes under its administrative
supervision as explained hereafter.

2. Central Electricity Authority : Provision under this scheme is made for the
Central Electricity Authority which coordinates the activities of the various agencies in
relation to control and utilization of national power resources. CEA is also responsible for
carrying out the survey and studies, collection and recording of data concerning
generation, distribution, utilization and development of power resources.

3. Research & Development: Scheme of Research & Development is


implemented through Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore which serves as a
National Laboratory for applied research in the field of electrical power and also
functions as an independent authority for testing, evaluation and certification of electrical
equipment and components.

4. Training: This scheme is implemented through National Power Training


Institute which is engaged in imparting training in various aspects of power sector
including operation and maintenance of power stations.

5. Central Electricity Regulatory Commission : Under the provision of the ERC


Act, 1998, the Central Government had constituted the Central Electricity Regulatory
Commission (CERC). The Central Commission continues as a statutory body with a
quasi-judicial status under the Electricity Act, 2003, which has come into force with
effect from 10th June, 2003. The provision for the scheme has been made for incurring
expenditure on establishment and other activities of CERC.
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6. Appellate Tribunal for Electricity: Under the provisions of Electricity
Act,2003,the Central Government has set up the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity. It
hears appeals against the orders of the adjudicating officer or the Appropriate
Commissions under the Electricity Act,2003. The provision under the scheme is for
meeting the Tribunal’s running expenses.

7. Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) for UTs: One Joint


Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) is being set up for UTs except Delhi. 16 posts
of various categories including one post each of Chairperson, Member & Secretary have
been created for JERC for UTs with the approval of the Cabinet. The provision is for
incurring expenditure on establishment and other activities of JERC.
8. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana: This scheme of rural Electricity
Infrastructure and Household Electrification has been introduced in April, 2005 for
achieving the National Common minimum programme objective of providing access to
electricity to all rural households over a period of four years. As per census 2001, 44%
of the rural households have access to electricity. Improvement of rural electricity
infrastructure is essential to empower rural India and unleash its full growth potential.
Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) is the nodal agency for the programme. Under
the scheme, projects can be financed with 90% capital subsidy for provision of Rural
Electricity Distribution Backbone (REDB), creation of Village Electrification
Infrastructure (VEI) and Decentralised Distributed Generation and Supply. REDB, VEI
and DDG would also cater to the requirement of agriculture and other activities. Under
this scheme un-electrified Below Poverty Line (BPL) households will get electricity
connection free of charge.The continuation of the scheme in XI Plan was sanctioned on
3rd January 2008 with the capital subsidy of Rs. 28,000 Crore in Phase-I. To increase the
coverage of small habitations, Government sanctioned electrification of habitations upto
100 population instead of 300.
9. FutureGen Project: FutureGen Project has been initiated as a multi-national
programme in a public-private partnership model for developing emission-free coal-
based generation pilot project. Government of India is required to contribute US$ 10
million to this project. India has become a full charter member in the FutureGen
Government Steering Committee (GSC), which will be the mechanism to provide
guidance, input and recommendations on the direction of the FutureGen Project.

10. Energy Conservation: Provision under the scheme would be utilized for
carrying out the Energy Conservation related activities i.e National level awareness
campaign, National Energy Conservation awards and National level painting competition
for school children.

11. Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE): Funds would be provided to BEE for the
implementation of its various Plan schemes as a number of Demand Side Measures
(DSM) have been initiated by the Government to promote energy conservation and
efficiency. Government has approved a voluntary scheme that seeks to promote
replacement of inefficient incandescent bulbs with Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs)
by leveraging the sale of Certified Emission Rights (CERs). A Standard and Labeling
programme has been launched to promote use of energy efficient equipment and
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appliances in the country through consumer guidance. Further, the Energy Conservation
Building Code has been launched to reduce energy consumption in commercial buildings.
Government has also approved a scheme for the strengthening of SDAs (State Designated
Agencies) for capacity building at the State level.

12. Comprehensive Award Scheme: The scheme for awarding shields / certificate
is being implemented by the Ministry of Power for outstanding performance of the
Thermal Power Stations and Utilities.

13. Funds for Evaluation Studies and Consultancy: This provision is for
conducting evaluation studies of various projects/programmes/ schemes.

14. Assistance to Forum of Regulator for Capacity building: The provision is for
organizing full time training programmes every year to provide training to staff of the
Central/State Electricity Regulatory Commissions. The Forum of Regulator will also
organize orientation programmes for Chairperson/ Members of the Central/State
Electricity Regulatory Commissions.

15. Investment in Public Enterprises: Provision under the scheme is towards


capital investment in the generation and transmission projects taken upon in the Central
Sectors through CPSUs like NTPC, NHPC, NEEPCO, THDC, SJVNL and PGCIL.
Chapter II

Outcome Budget 2008-09

Outcome focused budgeting has been introduced as a tool to improve the quality
and accountability of Government’s expenditure programmes. This is to ensure that we
get better value for money we spend.

An amount of Rs.40460.10 crores is the approved outlay by the Planning


Commission for the year 2008-09. The details are given below: -

Annual Plan 2008-09

(Rs. in crores)
INTERNAL & EXTRA BUDGETARY
RESOURCES (IEBR)
SL. ORGANISATION INTERNAL BONDS/DEB ECB/ SUPPLIER OTHERS TOTAL (IEBR) GBS TOTAL
NO. / SCHEMES RESOURCES ENTURES CREDIT PLAN
OUTLAY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

A. CENTRAL PLAN
1. N.T.P.C. 4628.00 7117.90 1842.10 0.00 13588.00 0. 00 13588.00

2. N.H.P.C. 1119.60 1616.87 15.92 1598.80 4351.19 34.00 4385.19

3. POWERGRID 2411.00 4235.00 1394.00 0.00 8040.00 0. 00 8040.00

4. D.V.C. 2112.65 0.00 500.00 4000.00 6612.65 0. 00 6612.65

5. T.H.D.C. 113.38 580.54 0.00 0.00 693.92 111. 00 804.92

6. S.J.V.N. 246.81 310.03 0.00 0.00 556.84 0. 00 556.84

7 NEEPCO 218.93 398.57 0.00 0.00 617.50 155. 00 772.50

8. MOP(OTHER) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5700. 00 5700.00

TOTAL 10850.37 14258.91 3752.02 5598.80 34460.10 6000.00 40460.10


CENTRAL PLAN
B. MOP SCHEMES
Rajiv Gandhi Gramin
Vidyutikaran Yojana 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5500.00 5500.00

N.P.T.I. (Training & HR) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20. 00 20. 00
C.P.R.I. (Research &
Testing) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 50. 00 50. 00
Programme & Infrastr-cture
improvement of CEA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 15. 00 15. 00
Bureau of Energy
Efficiency 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 90.0 0 90.00
Other MOP Schemes
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 25. 00 25. 00

Total -B 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5700.00 5700.00


10850.37 14258.91 3752.02 5598.80 34460.10 6000.00 40460.10
GRAND TOTAL

NON PLAN 2008-09


(Rs. in crores)
Sr.No. ORGANISATION/ SCHEMES Non Plan Budget
1. B.T.P.S. 320. 76
2. MOP Secretariat 13.09
3. CERC 6.50
4. NPTI 2.00
5. Appellate Tribunal for Electricity 5.50
6. Central Electricity Authority 45.24
7. Setting Up for JERC for UTs except Delhi 2.67
Grand Total 395.76

For the above Plan Outlay, the outcome have been divided broadly into the following
categories on which allocation of resources are made by the Ministry to its various
CPSUs and other units either from the Budget or from the internal resources and
borrowings of each of the concerned entity :-

(a) Rural Electrification / Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Viduytikaran Yojana


(b) Accelerated Power Development Reform Programme
(c) Generation Scheme & Programmes

i) NTPC
ii) NHPC
iii) NEEPCO
iv) DVC
v) SJVNL
vi) THDC
(d) Creation of Transmission Network by Powergrid.
(e) Energy Efficiency
(i)Bureau of Energy Efficiency
(ii)Energy Conservation Schemes of MOP
(f) Research & Testing by CPRI
(g) Training and skill improvement by NPTI
(h) Capacity Building and Programme Assessment
(i)Ministry of Power Secretariat
(ii)Central Electricity Authority

While the outcomes for each of the above categories in detail have been tabulated
ahead, some of the major highlights are: -

· Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) - Rajiv Gandhi Gramin


Vidyutikaran Yojana is major Village Electrification Scheme of the Government
of India for attainment of the National Common Minimum Programme of
providing access to electricity to all Rural Households in four years. The target for
the year 2008-09 is for electrification of 25,000 un-electrified villages and
providing electricity connections to around 60 lakhs BPL households.

· Accelerated Power Development & Reform Programme (APDRP) - The


scheme is being restructured with focus on actual demonstrable performance in
terms of loss reduction and to achieve and sustain reduction in AT &C losses.

· Generation
Central Sector Electricity Generation is planned and implemented through the
various organizations. The details ahead along with their highlights are as under: -

(i) NTPC

The outlay of Rs.13588 crores during 2008-09 would result in commissioning of


1320 MW (Sipat-I 2x660 MW). The outlay will also result in substantial physical
progress of the projects scheduled to be commissioned during the XI Plan period.

(ii) NHPC
The capacity addition targeted by NHPC during the XI Five year plan is 5322
MW. No capacity addition target is planned during the year 2008-09. The
activities planned during the year 2008-09 include completion of residual works
of Dulhasti & Teesta-V Projects. Further the construction activities of Teesta Low
Dam Project, Stage-III, Sewa Stage-II, Parbati Stage-II, Teesta Low Dam Project,
Stage-IV, Uri Stage-II, Chamera-III, Nimo-Bazgo, Subansiri (Lower), Parbati
Stage-III & Chutak Project are expected to go in full swing. The works on new
projects like Kishanganga, Kotlibhel -1A, IB & II, Vyasi Projects etc. are
expected to start in the year 2008-09.
(iii) NEEPCO

During the year 2008-09, all the major works of ongoing Kameng Hydro Electric
Project (600 MW) are expected to be in full swing. The work in regard to the 110
MW Pare Hydro Electric Project is likely to commence during 2008-09. For
Tuirial HEP (60 MW), Mizoram, all out effort shall be made for early revival of
the project during 2008-09. The gas allocation required for the Tripura Gas Based
thermal power Project (104.74 MW) has been received on 19-12-07 from ONGC.
In addition, Survey & Investigation Works along with activities on new projects
like Tipaimukh H. E. Project (1500 MW), Garo Hills Coal Based Thermal Power
Project (500 MW) and other thermal projects are also likely to be taken up.

(iv) THDC

Although no capacity addition will be achieved in 2008-09, substantial progress


will be made for Koteshwar HEP (400 MW). For Tehri PSP (1000 MW) and
Vishnugad Pipalkoti HEP (444 MW) award of contracts of major civil works is in
process and construction of major works shall be taken up after the award of the
contracts in the year 2008-09.

(v) SJVNL

During the year 2008-09 the construction activities of Rampur HEP (412 MW)
and Luhri HEP (775 MW) will achieve considerable progress. Works being
carried out at Nathpa Jhakri HEP shall lead to greater availability of NJHPS for
operation during high flood season.

(vi) DVC

The outlay of Rs. 6612.65 crs. during 2008-09 would result in commercial
operation of Mejia Unit (VI) ( 1 x 250 MW ). In addition, units VII and VIII (2 x
250 MW ) of Chandrapura Thermal Power Station(Extension) will also get
synchronized. The work in respect of new projects like Koderma Stage-I ( 2x500
MW ), Durgapur Steel TPS ( 2 x 500 MW), Raghunathpur TPS Phase-I ( 2x600
MW) and Bokaro ‘A’ TPS (500 MW) will gather momentum in 2008-09. In
addition, works on replacement/extension projects of Mejia Phase-II are likely to
progress substantially Substantial progress will also be made in joint venture
through Maithon Power Limited (MPL) at Maithon at Right Bank Thermal Power
Station.

· Transmission
(i) PowerGrid

The overall outcome in the year 2008-09 considering IEBR of Rs.8040 crores of
Powergrid would be commissioning of 5500 Ckms. of transmission lines
involving 6285 MVA of transformation capacity.
Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09

(Rs. in crore)
Sr. Name of Objective Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/Risk
No Scheme/ /Outcome Non- Plan Comple- Deliverables/ Timelines Outcomes Factors
. Programme Plan Budget mentary Physical
Budget Extra- Outputs
Budgetary (2008-09)
Resources
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4 (iii) 5 6 7 8
1. Rajiv Electrifying Rs.5,500 Electrification Scheme Will facilitate The Cabinet has
Gandhi all villages crore of envisages to overall rural approved the
Grameen and 25,000 un- electrify 1.15 development, continuation of
Vidhyutikar providing electrified lakh un- employment RGGVY during
an access to Villages and electrified generation XI plan with a
Yojana electricity offering villages and and poverty provision of
(RGGVY) all rural electricity provide alleviation Rs.28,000 crore
households connections to connections to on 3.1.08. The
in four years around 60 2.34 crore rural project
lakhs BPL households by execution
households 2009*. period is
normally 18
months. Efforts
would be made
by the Ministry
of Power to
compress this
period to 12
months in some
of the projects.

*This is subject to availability of RGGVY subsidy of Rs.24,000 crore during 2008-09


Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (APDRP)

OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09


S. Name of the Objective/ Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected outcomes Processes/ Remarks/ risk
No Scheme/ outcome deliverables/ timelines factors
Programme physical
outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Non- Plan Budget Complementary
Plan Extra-Budgetary
Budget resources
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
2 Accelerated To bring 1.00 Cr. The scheme is Reduction of The scheme is being The scheme is The scheme is
Power about being Aggregate restructured for being being
Development efficiency - restructured for Technical and implementation restructured for restructured for
th
and Reforms and implementation Commercial during the 11 Five implementation implementation
th th th
Programme commercial during the 11 (AT&C) losses Year Plan and is yet to during the 11 during the 11
(APDRP) viability into Five Year Plan through be finalised. The Five Year Plan Five Year Plan
power and is yet to be strengthening & projected outcomes are and is yet to be and is yet to be
sector by finalised. The up gradation of reduction of Aggregate finalised. finalised.
way of funding pattern Sub- Technical and
Aggregate of the scheme Transmission Commercial (AT&C)
Technical will be known and Distribution losses in the APDRP
and only after the network and project areas through
Commercial approval of the adoption of strengthening & up
(AT&C) loss scheme. Information gradation of Sub-
reduction Technology in Transmission and
the areas of Distribution network
energy and adoption of
accounting & Information Technology
auditing. in the areas of energy
accounting & auditing.
Initially, establishment
of reliable and
automated systems for
sustained collection of
accurate base line
data, and the adoption
of Information
Technology in the
areas of energy
accounting & auditing
resulting in fixing
accountability at the
lowest level in the
electricity distribution
utility, which is
expected to bring down
AT&C losses of the
utilities. IT will also
allow real time
monitoring of quality of
power and service level
to consumers.
CONSULTANCY CHARGES AND ENABLING ACTIVITIES FOR APDRP PROJECTS

OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09

S. Name of the Objective/ Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Remarks/ risk
No Scheme/ outcome deliverables/ outcomes timelines factors
Programme physical
outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Budget Complementary
Plan Extra-Budgetary
Budget resources
3 Consultancy For 0.01 Cr. - To validate the The APDRP The APDRP The APDRP scheme
Charges and validation of base line data scheme is being scheme is being is being restructured
th
enabling base line - and to restructured for restructured during the 11 Five
th
activities for data and undertake other implementation during the 11 Year Plan and is yet
th
APDRP other enabling during the 11 Five Year Plan to be finalised.
projects. enabling activities for Five Year Plan and is yet to be
activities implementation and is yet to be finalised.
relating to of the revised finalised. The
revised Accelerated projected
APDRP Power outcomes will
scheme Development be known after
and Reforms the approval of
Programme the scheme.
(APDRP)
scheme during
th
the 11 Five
Year Plan.
FUNDS FOR EVALUATION STUDIES AND CONSULTANCY

OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09

S. Name of the Objective/ Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Remarks/ risk
No Scheme/ outcome deliverables/ outcomes timelines factors
Programme physical
outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Budget Complementary
Plan Extra-Budgetary
Budget resources
4 Funds for Evaluation Rs. 2.90 - The evaluation The APDRP - -
evaluation of the cr. of APDRP/other scheme is being
studies and projects - schemes and restructured for
consultancy sanctioned programmes will implementation
th
under bring out during the 11
revised whether the Five Year Plan
APDRP programme is and is yet to be
scheme and being finalised.
other implemented Evaluation of
schemes/ properly, other schemes/
programmes desired results programmes will
of Ministry being achieved be completed
of Power or not and on need basis.
suggesting
changes in the
programme for
achieving the
desired results
OUTCOME BUDGET 2007-08
FutureGen Project
S.No. Name of Objective / Outcome Outlay 2006-07 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/
scheme/ Deliverables/Ph Timelines Outcomes Risk Factors
programme/ ysical Outputs (date of
project completion
of the
project)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Complementary
Plan Budget Extra-Budgetary
Budget Resources
5 FutureGen To design, build Nil Rs. 6 Nil Participating March 2015 It is a
Project and operate the first crores in the 2009 research
initiative by coal-fired emission- Government project in
the USA free power plant. Steering which India
This basically is a Committee is
research project meetings of contributing
which will benefit the about 1% of
the Indian power Project/Site the cost.
sector experts/ visits.
scientists
Accelerated Generation and Supply Scheme(AG&SP)
Outcome Budget 2008-09
(Rs. in crore)
Sl Name of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifi Proces Projected Remarks/
Scheme able ses/ Outcomes/ Fate Risk Factors
Physical Timeli of completion of
Outputs nes the project
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
6 Rs - The scheme
The objective of the .01 is yet to be
AG&SP AG&SP program is to cr approved
provide interest subsidy for
to R&M schemes, continuation
R&U schemes, selected in the 11th
Hydel and Thermal Plan
generation projects.
Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) for Union Territories except Delhi
Outcome Budget – 2008-09
Sl. Name of Sanctioned Objective/ Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/ Risk Factor
No. Scheme/ cost/ Outcome: Deliverables/ Timelines outcomes
Programme Cumulative Physical
/ expenditure Outputs
Projects from
beginning
till 31.12.2007
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3(i) 3 (ii) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)


Non- Plan Complemen
Plan Budg tary
Budget et Extra-
(Amount (Amou Budgetary
Rs/lacs) nt Resources
Rs/lacs)
7 Joint Sanctioned To meet the 267 Nil Nil The Commission This will be a The Joint With the approval of the
Electricity Cost : Not statutory would regulate permanent Commission Cabinet/ Ministry of
Regulatory Applicable requirement tariff for supply institution. would be fully Finance, 16 posts,
Commission Cumulative for setting of electricity in operationalised. including one post each of
(JERC) for expenditure up UTs resulting in Chairperson, Member and
Union : Nil Electricity efficiency Secretary, have been
Territories Regulatory improvements. created for the JERC for
except Delhi Commission UTs.

The Selection Committee


has recommended a panel
each of two persons for
the post of Chairperson
and Member. Necessary
approval for appointment
is being obtained.
Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) for Manipur and Mizoram
Outcome Budget – 2008-09

Sl. Name of Sanctioned Objective/ Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/ Risk
No. Scheme/ cost/ Outcome: Deliverables/ Timelines outcomes Factor
Program Cumulative Physical
me/ expenditure Outputs
Projects from
beginning
till
31.12.2007
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3(i) 3 (ii) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)


Non- Plan Complementary
Plan Budg Extra-
Budg et Budgetary
et (Amo Resources
(Amo unt
unt Rs/lacs
Rs/la )
cs)
8 Joint Sanctio To fulfill the Nil 150 Nil The Commission Governmen The Joint Chairperson and
Electricit ned commitment of the would regulate t of India Commission Member of the
y Cost : Government of tariff for supply will meet would be JERC have been
Regulato Rs.6.60 India for assisting of electricity in the fully appointed. They
ry crore the States of North- these States expenditure operationalised. have assumed their
Commiss Eastern region in resulting in efficiency during the respective offices
ion Cumul the initial 5 years in improvements. initial 5 on 24.1.2008.
(JERC) ative setting of years from
for expend Commission. It the date of
Manipur iture : would help in constitution
and Nil regulating tariff for and
Mizoram supply of electricity thereafter
in the States of the
Manipur & Governmen
Mizoram ts of the
two States
will share
the cost.
Appellate Tribunal for Electricity
Outcome Budget – 2008-09

Sl. Name of Sanctioned Objective/ Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/ Risk Factor
No. Scheme/ cost/ Outcome: Deliverables/ Timelines outcomes
Program Cumulative Physical
me/ expenditure Outputs
Projects from
beginning
till
31.12.2007
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3(i) 3 (ii) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)


Non- Plan Complem
Plan Budg entary
Budget et Extra-
(Amount (Amo Budgetar
Rs/lacs unt y
) Rs/lacs Resource
) s
9 Appellate Sanctioned To facilitate 550 Nil Nil Total appeals The are likely Spread APTEL had been set up
Tribunal Cost: Not expeditious filed and to be throughout with appellate
for applicable resolution of pending final disposed off the year jurisdiction of power
Electricit disputes in disposal as on along with sector. With the
y Expenditur the power 1st January, fresh appeals enactment of Petroleum
(APTEL) e from sector at the 2008 are 164 being filed and Natural Gas
1.4.2007 to appellate during 2008- Regulatory Board Act
31.12.2007 level. Judgements in 09. 2006, petroleum sector
: Rs.137.84 respect of 10 has also come under its
lakhs. The Tribunal cases have been jurisdiction.
will also reserved. 154
function as appeals are
appellate pending at
authority hearing level.
under
Petroleum Apart from
and Natural this, 70 IAs/
Gas Petitions are
Regulatory also pending
Board Act. for disposal/
admission.

The above
details are
inclusive of
cases under the
Petroleum and
Natural Gas
Regulatory
Board Act.
Central Electricity Regulatory Commission
Outcome Budget 2008-09
Sl. Name of Sanctioned Objective/ Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/ Risk Factor
No. Scheme/ cost/ Outcome: Deliverables/ Timelines outcomes
Program Cumulativ Physical
me/ e Outputs
Projects expenditur
e from
beginnin
g till
31.12.2007
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3(i) 3 (ii) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)


Non- Plan Complem
Plan Budg entary
Budget et Extra-
(Amount (Amo Budgetar
Rs/lacs unt y
) Rs/lacs Resource
) s
10 Central Sanction Following are 650 Nil Nil 60 petitions areThe Passing of As per the past trend, it
Electricit ed Cost: the objectives likely to be procedures of tariff orders is expected that the
y Not of CERC:- disposed during framing will result in targets set will be
Regulatory applicabl · To the year 2008- Regulation as firm tariff for achieved. However,
Commissio e improve the 09. The also of the 5 year the possible constrains
n operations and petitions passing Tariff Period which have the
(CERC) Expendit management of include theorders by for which the potential of slippages
ure from the regional tariff petitionsCERC are Terms & on time line include the
1.4.2007 transmission for the Tariff already laid conditions of complexities involved
to systems. Period 2004- down in Tariff have in some cases, for
31.12.20 · To 09, detail in the been instance in the framing
07: formulate an miscellaneous Conduct of specified by of national tariff
Rs.798.7 efficient applications Business CERC. framework, multi year
1 lakhs tariff setting etc. Regulations. This would tariff principle for
mechanism These promote 2009-14, wherein wide
· To procedures effective consultation with the
facilitate would be utilization of stake holders is
open access Preparation for followed assets across required.
in inter-State implementation while the country
transmission of National disposing of and
· To Transmission the petitions accelerated
facilitate Tariff and other development
inter-State framework. issues of the new
trading highlighted transmission
· To in column-5. capacities.
promote The targets as This would
development indicated in further
of power column-5 are streamline
market expected to the open
· To be achieved access(OA)
improve during the transactions
access to Review of year 2007-08 and address
information for Open Access the OA issues
all Regulations in relating to
stakeholders the light of new Power
· To development Exchange
facilitate including Transmission
technologica setting up of . This would
l and Power set in place
institutional Exchange the
changes for Transactions. framework
the for tariff
development of determination
competitive for the period
markets. 2009-14.

Framing of
Tariff
Regulation for
the next Tariff
period i.e.
2009-14
Assistance to Forum of Regulators for Capacity Building
Outcome Budget 2008-09

Sl. Name of Sanctioned Objectiv Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Remarks/ Risk Factor
No. Scheme/ cost/ e/ Deliverables/ Timelines outcomes
Program Cumulativ Outcome Physical
me/ e : Outputs
Projects expenditur
e from
beginnin
g till
31.12.2007
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3(i) 3 (ii) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)

Non-Plan Plan Complem


Budget Budget entary
(Amount (Amount Extra-
Rs/lacs) Rs/lacs) Budgetar
y
Resource
s
11 Assistanc Sanction Capacity 200 50 regulators These funds Regulatory
e to ed Cost: building and 100 staff will be spent Commissions
Forum of Rs.10.00 by way will be trained during the will have
Regulato crore (to of in a year. 11th Plan trained
rs for be training/ period. personnel.
Capacity approved re-
Building ) orientatio
n of
Expendit personnel
ure from of
1.4.2007 Regulato
to ry
31.12.20 Commiss
07: Nil ions
MINISTRY OF POWER SCHEMES
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09.

(Rs. in crore)
Sr. Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outlay 2008-2009 Quantifiable Process Projected Outcomes: Remarks/
No Programme/Projects Outcome: Deliverables/ es/ Date of completion of Risk
Factor
. Sanctioned cost/ Physical Timelin the project
Cumulative Outputs es
expenditure from
beginning till
31.12.2007. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) !

Non-Plan Plan Complement


Budget Budget ary Extra-
Budgetary
Resources
18 (a) MOP Secretariat (a) To meet the 10.13 NA (a) The (a) Under these ______
. (Main):- Salary, wages salary wages and expenditure is provisions, salary,
and other establishment other incidental incurred on wages and other
expenditure including expenses for support salary and establishment expenses
over-time allowance, services. other support are met for all the
medical treatment, services and officials of M/o Power.
domestic travel expenses, hence outputs These are basically
foreign travel expenses, Cumulative are not support services to
publications, other Expenditure measurable in facilitate personnel
administrative incurred upto quantitative/ involved in framing
expenditure, advertising 31.12.2007: Rs.4.88 qualitative overall policies and
and publicity profession crores. terms. their implementation.
services and subsidies. Through various
publications and
publicity campaigns,
the programmes, policy
initiatives of the
Ministry are
disseminated to the
general public in an
effective manner.
(b) Departmentalized To maintain all 1.21 NA NA All the The requisite -
Accounting Set up of Financial requisite - documents will be
Ministry of Power /Accounting matters documents e.g. furnished by due date.
of Ministry of Finance
Power Accounts ,
S.C.T.,
Appropriation
of Financial
transactions of
Ministry of
Power to be
laid before
Parliament
through O/o
the Controller
General of
Accounts.
(c) Office Expenses (b) A Plan scheme 1.75 1.00 _______ ---do--- _____ Following are the major ____
with duration of 5 benefits when the
years (2002-03 to scheme is fully
2006-07) was implemented
initiated to upgrade (i) Availability of
data, collection, versatile and developed
sharing and centralized on-line
dissemination of technical data base
information through system.
computerization, (ii) Development of a
renovation & well inter-connected
modernization of local area network and
offices in the remote connection with
Secretariat of the various power utilities.
Ministry. This is (iii) Enhanced skill of
basically intended to manpower in the M/o
enable quick and Power in the field of
prompt decision Information
making. The Plan Technology.
scheme is proposed (iv) Conducive
to be continued environment &
during the XI Plan. aesthetic ambience
created through
renovation/office
automation is
facilitating smooth and
effective discharge of
official work.
The project will be
completed on 31.3.2012
(v) Replacement of old
IT related system with
latest system.
CENTRAL POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Outcome budget 2008-09
(Rs. Crore)

Sl Name of Objective/ Outcome Annual Plan Quantifiable Process/ Date of Remarks


No Scheme/Programme 2008-09 Deliverables Timelines complet
. (Proposed) ion of
the
project

1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8

On-going Schemes(spill over from X plan)


1. National & Accreditation for 0.10 Continuation of August August Project is
International laboratories of CPRI ASTA, IECCB, 2008 2008 as per
accreditation of from National IECEE schemes, schedule
CPRI laboratories Accreditation Board NABL and
of laboratories, international
IEECEECB, STL & marketing
ASTA. Improvement
of client related
services

Total Project outlay


Rs. 1.60 Cr
2. Augmentation & Augmentation & 4.85 Procurement of Jan-Mar Sept. Project is
Modernisation of Modernisation identified 2008 2008 as per
CPRI Laboratories through facility equipments schedule
addition for the Anticipated
laboratories Expenditure:
In order to create Rs.500 lakhs
good work
environment in the
laboratories, it is
proposed to give a
face lift to the Modernization of
laboratories for laboratories by
interiors, interior design &
modernization of associated works
electrical works, Anticipated
installation of fire Expenditure:
safety devices, Rs.485 lakhs
providing air
conditioning facility.

3. Relocation of The present Award of civil works Jan- March Project is


Regional Testing laboratory being in a and March 2009 as per
Laboratory from remote place was not commencement of 2008 schedule
Muradnagar to accessible to service construction
Noida the customers. activities
Hence, it was Apr-Dec
decided for relocating 2008
to a place near Delhi Execution of civil
works for building
Total Project outlay of laboratories,
Rs. 8.69 Cr shifting of
equipments & 11kV
sub-station from
Muradnagar to
Noida
Anticipated Jan-Mar
Expenditure: 2009
Rs.200.00

lakhs

Commissioning of
equipments and
inauguration of
laboratory
Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.140.00
lakhs
New Schemes under XI Plan (approved or under approval)
Sl Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outcome Annual Plan Quantifiable Process/ Date of Remarks
No. Programme 2008-09 Deliverables Timelines completion
(Proposed) of the
project

1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8


Approved projects
1. Development of a The project - Specification/ Jan-Mar Jan 2009 Project
Centre of proposes to placing order for 2008 approved on
Excellence for upgrade the additional cord for 9.1.08 from
Simulation of existing RTDS to RTDS. Ministry of
Power System overcome the Anticipated Power. Order
and Failure limitations in the expenditure: placed for
Analysis present system in Rs.221.20 lakhs upgradation
terms of no. of 3 Apr-Jun of RTDS
phase buses, single Procurement of 2008 racks and
phase switches, current & voltage associated
protection amplifier, auxiliary components
schemes, HVDC bi- relay setup.
polar lines, IGBT Anticipated
controllers, expenditure: Rs.
interfacing cards 16.80 lakhs July-Sept
etc. 2008
Advanced training
Total Project outlay on simulation at
Rs. 2.60 Cr RTDS, Canada.
Anticipated
expenditure: Oct-Dec
Rs.22.00 lakhs 2008
Commissioning,
Testing & System
studies
2. Refurbishment It is proposed to 0.55 Placing order for Jan-Mar Mar 2009 Project
of 1500 MVA refurbish the 1500 rewinding rotor and 2008 approved
s/c generator MVA short circuit repair of rotor on 22.1.08
at STDS, generator at STDS,
Bhopal CPRI, Bhopal which Anticipated
has out lived its life expenditure:
Rs.125 lakhs
Total Project outlay 1. Replacement of Apr-June
Rs. 3.30 Cr stator wedges for 2008
Oerlikon make 1500
MVA s/c generator
2. Fabrication,
installation and
commissioning of
air ducts for
resistance cooling

Anticipated
expenditure:
Rs.30.00 lakhs
Completion of Jul-Sept.
repair work of rotor 2008

Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.35.00 lakhs

Repair of cooling Oct-Dec.


water tower 2008

Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.65.00 lakhs
Commissioning of Jan-Mar.
SC Generator & 2009
other misc. works

Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.75.00 lakhs
3. State of art To establish state- 2.65 Preparation of Jan-Mar Dec 2009 Project
Mobile field of the art mobile technical 2008 approved
testing field test laboratory specification and on 19th Dec
laboratory for for testing CT/PT of indents 2007
onsite accuracy EHV class
test and Tender processing/ Apr-Jun
condition Total Project outlay Evaluation of 2008
assessment of Rs. 4.65 Cr tenders
EHV class
Instrument Release of PO for Sept- Dec
transformers the equipment 2008
facility for Arrival of Jan-Mar
CT/PT equipment 2009
Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.265 lakhs
4. Centre for To establish center 0.98 Procurement action Jan-Mar Project
Advanced for excellence for for equipments 2008 approved
Energy study on nergy identified for by MOP on
Research in efficiency & energy energy efficiency 11.1.08
the Area audit studies for cooling
Energy towers, Thermal
Efficiency & Total Project outlay power plants,
Energy Audit Rs. 1.98 Cr electrical networks,
Hydro power
station, coal mills,
Electrostatic
precipitation, Low
energy devices

Evaluation of Apr-Jun
tenders & placing 2008
order for
equipments
Receipt of July-Sept
equipments, 2008
inspection &
performance
evaluation

Anticipated
Expenditure: Rs.50
lakhs
Receipt of Oct-Dec
equipments, 2008
inspection &
performance
evaluation

Anticipated
Expenditure: Rs.98
lakhs
Initiation of Civil Jan-Mar
works for 2009
establishing training
centre

5. Establishment To establish 2.60 Framing of Jan-Mar Jan 2010 project


of mobile mobile diagnostic technical 2008 approved
diagnostic facility for specification of on
facility for conducting coal/ Fly ash 24.01.08
power plant performance test measuring system,
specific on in thermal Flue gas analyser,
equipment for power plants Volume flow
improving analyser, NDT
performance Total Project outlay
Rs. 410 Cr Procurement action Apr-Jun
of equipments 2008
Evaluation of July-Sept
tenders & placing 2009
of orders of
equipments &
framing of
specification of Van
to house the
equipments
Receipt, inspection Oct-Dec
& evaluation of 2008
equipments,
housing in van

Anticipated
Expenditure:
Rs.290 lakhs
Receipt inspection Jan-Mar
& evaluation of 2009
equipments
Anticipated ,
housing in van
Expenditure:
Rs.120 lakhs
6. Refurbishment Refurbishment of 4.00 Preparation of Jan-Mar July 2009 project
of 50 MVA existing aged SC specification 2008 approved
short circuit generator in SC lab on
test station to ensure continued Manufacturing and Apr-Jun 07.02.08
service to clients supply of Rotor 2008
Total Project outlay Coils of the
Rs. 8 Cr generator
Expenditure: Rs.80
lakhs
Design engineering Jul-Mar
manufacturing of 2008
static excitation
system and SC
transformer.

Expenditure:
Rs.400 lakhs
Projects submitted for approval under XI Five Year Plan Scheme

7. Centre of To create adequate 5.00 - - - Approval


Excellence for R&D infrastructure awaited from
Life Cycle for functional Ministry of
Management evaluation Power
and Condition simulation, ageing
Assessment of studies & diagnostic
High Voltage monitoring of
Substation and specimens/models
Power Plant power apparatus
Electrical insulation
equipment
Total Project outlay
Rs. 12.38 Cr
8. Centre of To set up centre of 2.43 - - - Approval
Excellence for excellence for di- awaited from
Di-electric electric studies Ministry of
Studies wherein several Power
laboratories will come
up under one roof
with additional
testing & research
facilities in the areas
of di-electric
materials and
material technologies

Total Project outlay


Rs. 7.68 Cr
9. Modernisation Establishment of 2.00 - - - Approval
and a. Facility to conduct awaited from
augmentation inductive load Ministry of
of switchgear switching tests on Power
test facilities HV CB
at CPRI, ii) Facility to conduct
Bangalore capacitor current
switching test on 245
kV CBs

Total Project outlay


Rs. 24.60 Cr

10. Modernisation Establishment of 2.00 - - - Approval


of short circuit i)Facility for loss awaited from
test facilities measurement of Ministry of
and transformers upto 50 Power
Augmentation MVA ii) facility for
of power type test on OLTC
transformer iii) Instrument
test facilities transformer
calibration test
facility

Total Project outlay


Rs. 23.60 Cr
11. Setting up of To set up test facility 3.00 - - - Approval
test facilities for testing for pre- awaited from
for pre- qualification test on Ministry of
qualification 400kV XLPE cable Power
test on 400 kV system
XLPE cable
system Total Project outlay
Rs. 14.80 Cr
(Revised proposal
submitted)

12. Mechanical To automate tower 5.00 - - - Approval


Strength Test erection facility & awaited from
Facility also to augment Ministry of
vibration test facility Power
with higher capability

Total Project outlay


Rs. 6.50 Cr
13. Augmentation To augment test 6.00 - - - Approval
of test facilities for awaited from
facilities for conducting Ministry of
optimization of optimization studies Power
800kV AC /DC & transmission
transmission systems of 800kV AC
system & 800kV DC ratings

Total Project outlay


Rs. 30.60 Cr
14. Establishment To set up mobile test - - - - Approval
of Mobile facility for testing awaited from
Transformer power transformer & Ministry of
test facility. other sub-station Power
components in the
Conditionally field
approved in X
plan, expected Total Project outlay
to be taken up Rs. 14.70 Cr
in the current
year after final
approval
15. International To enhance the 0.34 - - - Approval
Marketing & market reach of CPRI awaited from
Collaborative in the global Ministry of
Business perspective & to Power
Development realize higher
for CPRI business turnover
Total Project outlay
Rs. 1.50 Cr
16. On-line test To establish on-line - - - - Approval
facility for test facility for awaited from
large power testing power Ministry of
transformer transformers in the Power
test range of 100-315
MVA

Total Project outlay


Rs. 200 Cr
17. Augmentation of Installation of - - - - Approval
high power test additional 2500 MVA awaited from
facilities by Alternator at HPL, Ministry of
installation of CPRI, Bangalor eto Power
additional 2500 test transformers to
MVA alternator 125 MVA CBs upto
with associated 400 kV Insulators
equipment at upto 400kV
high power
laboratory, cpri, Total Project outlay
Bangalore Rs. 314 Cr
18. Plan R&D Inhouse R&D plan of 3.00 Contribution to April Approval
CPRI aimed at improvement of 2008 – awaited from
product/ process standards; March Ministry of
development, Establishment of test 2009 Power
augmentation of test facilities;
facilities, Development of
improvement of products/processes
standards etc.

Total Project outlay


Rs. 3.00 Cr
19. RSoP Schemes Ministry of Power 2.00 Study of power sector April Approval
sponsored problems by utilities & 2008 – awaited from
programmes on Industry March Ministry of
Research for Indian 2009 Power
Power Sector
Total Project outlay
Rs. 2.00 Cr
20. National Undertaking projects 3.50 Projected expenditure April As per the 26 new
Perspective Plan identified under for 3 ongoing projects 2008 – individual projects
projects National Perspective is Rs. 73 lakhs. An March project have been
Plan report as expenditure of Rs.127 2009 schedules. received and
approved by lakhs is anticipated for are being
Standing Committee new proposals to be evaluated by
on R&D and Ministry processed. the
of Power respective
Total Project outlay task forces.
Rs. 34.67 Cr
Total 50.0
MINISTRY OF POWER SCHEMES
Outcome Budget 2008-09

Sl. Name of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processe Remarks/
No. Scheme/ Deliverables/ Outcomes s/ Risk
Programme/ Physical Timelin Factors
Non- Plan Complemen
Project Outputs es
Plan Budget tary Extra-
Budget Budgetary
Resources
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Compre- To inculcate competitive spirit and to Improvement To
13. hensive motivate higher level of efficient and - Rs.57 - in contribute _ _
Award economic operation in the field of lakhs performance in achieving
Scheme construction operation and maintenance of generation, reliable,
for power of thermal/hydro/transmission projects, transmission affordable
sector implementation of distribution reforms, and and quality
environment performance, community distribution power
development and safety records. segments. supply to all
However, the expected returns can not be by 2012
quantified.
Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Outcome Budget 2008-09

(Rs. Crores)
S.N Name of Objective/ Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables/ Physical Projected Remarks/ Risk
o Scheme/ Prog Outcome 2008-09 Outputs Outcomes Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Standards & To reduce end 11.22 o Notification for mandatory labeling o Enhancement of -Notification for
Labeling use consumption o Launch of awareness campaign awareness about mandatory
Programme by applying o Rating plan foe motors, ceiling fans, energy efficient standards &
standards/ LPG burners, kerosene stoves products labeling (MEPS)
labeling for o Commencement of check testing- o Market -Building
equipments/ Independent Agency (RITES) transformation awareness amongst
appliances o Finalizing of rating plan for consumer towards energy masses on the need
electronics, transport sector, CFLs – efficient to use energy
in all about 20 high energy using end- products in the efficient devices
use equipments & appliances market -First cost bias
-Inclusive
participation of
industry
-Balanced &
effective
implementation
2 Energy To reduce 2.80 · Creating a pool of ECBC expert · ECBC -First cost bias &
Conservation energy Architects – EOI implementation awareness
Building Codes consumption in · Training material for various on voluntary -Availability of
(ECBC) commercial stakeholders basis trained personnel in
buildings. · Simplified guidebooks · Enhancing ECBC
· Initiation of outreach activities capacity and -Compliance
· Initiation of 5 pilots in states- awareness of procedure &
provision of technical assistance stakeholders requirements
· Outreach/Conferences in major state -Availability of
capitals ESCOs & their
fi i l dibilit
· Simplified compliance procedures for financial credibility
state & local bodies -Availability of
· Capacity building of state & local finance to ESCOs
government personnel bases projects
· Evaluation of code for revision
· Strengthening of testing labs
· Promotion of ESCOs
· Rating of ESCOs to improve investor
confidence
· Innovative financial products
· Setting up of partial risk guarantee
fund for risk mitigation

3 Bachat Lamp To promote 14.40 Ø Coverage of entire country in a Ø Estimated -Approval of CDM
Yojana - energy efficient phased manner based on DISCOM replacement of Executive Board of
& high quality areas about 400 individual projects
CFLs as Ø 6 major CFL manufacturers & 3 million -High transaction
replacement for suppliers have agreed to participate incandescent cost for individual
incandescent Pilot projects CFL light bulbs in projects
bulbs in Ø POA to be submitted for DNA household -Monitoring cost &
households approval to CDM Executive Board sector quality
after validation & stakeholder Ø Market -Investment risk
consultation transformation -Quality &
Ø States of Assam, Punjab, Andhra in favour of reliability of CFLs
Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, energy efficient -Additionality &
Chattisgarh have commenced project CFLs in the baseline as per
preparation. Other states in the household CDM EB
process sector by high guidelines
Ø No. of projects in 2008-09 will be scale volumes &
around 100 lower retail
price.

4 SDA To empower the 23.71 Ø To enhance institutional capacity of o To strengthen -Diverse nature of
Strengthening SDAs as partners the SDAs so that they have a common SDAs as partners of SDAs-60% being
Programme of BEE at state understanding of the issues related to BEE at state level renewable energy
level to energy conservation activities & are o Effective organizations & the
implement EC able to implement the EC Act in their proliferation of the balance
Act. respective states awareness and inspectorates &
Ø No physical target is possible under promotional DISCOMs
this programme but the SDAs are programmes in -Inspection powers
expected to have a minimum states. under EC Act of
understanding of nuances of energy SDAs
conservation & efficiency like
implementing performance
contracting projects, ECBC, IT based
monitoring & evaluation etc.
Ø Energy Conservation Action Teams
(ECATs) are being encouraged in the
states
5 Designated Targeted energy 14.22 Ø Investment grade energy audits o Creation of -Lack of data on
Consumers consumption (bankable DPRs) for about 10 units in trained manpower energy
and SMEs reduction of each of the 25 clusters to undertake this job consumption
Programme Designated Ø Template for DPR preparation for the o Data collection/ including
Consumers and balance units in clusters, given their collation and measurement &
SMEs. similarities analysis in respect verification
Capacity Ø Adequate provision of expertise for of Designated available with
building of the local service providers to help Consumers as SMEs.
Energy Auditors reach out to the units mandated by EC -Lack of project
and Managers Ø Availability of financing by capacity Act. development
building of banking personnel in capability & the
matters like project appraisal of o Development ability to translate
performance contracting and marketing of energy efficiency
energy efficient benefits into
products and savings
services for SMEs -Lack of
standardized
contracts, audit &
M&V protocols,
annual performance
reports & so on
6 Institutional To equip BEE to 2.50 Ø Setting up of Energy Conservation o Enhance human -Availability of
Strengthening implement its Information Centre (ECIC) christened and organisational adequate number of
of BEE mandate under BEEnet as a web enabled online data capacity motivated
EC Act. collection & collation system o IT based programme
Ø Infrastructure & resource platform for data managers for
augmentation of BEE collection/ collation understanding the
and analysis. task
7 Agriculture To reduce the 12.80 Ø Business model linked to subsidy o To demonstrate -Regulatory,
DSM & Mu overall power reduction being evolved by setting example financial, political
DSM consumption, Ø Shelf of bankable DPRs to be the benefits and and technological
improving prepared -10 in each states to business models for risk
efficiencies of stimulate the market energy conservation - Baseline
ground water Ø Baseline development, conducive projects to other formulation and
extraction & regulatory regime & payment security Government/ semi- monitoring
reducing the mechanism being worked out Government and - Incentive to
subsidy burden Ø Awareness & outreach to local & other organizations farmers
of the states municipal bodies - Awareness and
Ø Manual for Mu DSM being capacity
To reduce developed with standard contract - Subsidy linked
energy cost & documents to enable easier approach.
improve energy implementation
overall incurred Ø Risk mitigation measures for
by the encouraging PPP being evolved
municipalities Ø CDM benefits for the scheme being
put in

8 Contribution SECF is a 8.35 Ø The scheme will provide contribution o The effort will -Notification of
to SECF statutory to SECF after it is notified by states be to create a pool SECF by States
requirement and and will be pari-passu with the of financially -Matching
is one of the key contribution made by the states. sustainable contribution from
elements of the activities for SDAs states
ECAP. which can augment -Sustainable
the fund. business model for
SECF
Total 90.00
Outcome Budget – 2008-09.
Energy conservation
(Rs. Crores)
S.No Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Deliverables/ Projected Outcome Processes/ Remarks
Prog Outcome Physical Outputs Timelines / Risk
Factors
1 2 3 4(i 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8
)
1 National Energy To recognize - 1.00 - o National Awards to Enhancement of Progressively from
Conservation the efforts of industry establishment awareness about April 2008 to
Awards industrial for achieving energy energy efficient March 2009. The
consumers to savings by proactive products. Award function is
adopt energy measures Greater proliferation scheduled for 14th
conservation of adoption of energy December, 2008.
measures efficient technologies
which may by industry.
become models
for others to
emulate
2 National Level To inculcate in 1.00 o Organisation of Awareness amongst Organisation of
Painting children the painting competition children about need district, state and
Competition for relevance and for school children all of energy national level
school children importance of over the country. conservation competition in
energy October,
efficiency and November and
conservation. December, 2008.
3 Awareness and To spread the 8.00 o Awareness campaign Enhancement of Progressively from
Publicity message of through print, visual awareness about April 2008 to
energy and electronic media energy efficient March 2009
conservation products
and efficiency Greater proliferation
through the of adoption of energy
media. efficient practices by
masses.
Creating an
atmosphere for
practicing energy
conservation to
enhance the impact of
all other schemes of
BEE.

Total 10.00
CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09

(Rs. in lakhs)
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Physical Factors
Outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
1. All India Load Survey To assess demand of 150.31 - - Collection of Data base Continuous The report of
th
Scheme Power over a period of Annual Power created is process for 17 Electric
time Survey Data an bringing out Power
from about 185 essential Annual Electric Survey of
power utilities input for Power Survey India was
and about 5000 formulation Reports / approved by
th
HV/EHV of National Reviews once in the 17
industries Electricity 5 years. Electric
having Plan & its Power
electricity Reviews. Continuous Survey
demand of one process for Committee
MW and above. collection of data and
on captive published in
generation and May 2007.
installed capacity
from industries. Publication of
General
Continuous Review 2006-
process for 07 and
bringing out continuous
Annual General process for
Review. next GR.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Outcomes Timelines / Risk Factors
Physical Outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non-Plan Plan CEBR
Budget Budget

2. Renovation & To arrest the - 328.00 - Coordination and Increased The Life The works are
Modernisation deterioration in monitoring work for production Extension being implemented
(R&M) of Thermal performance of thermal implementation of of works are by state power
Power Stations power stations, R&M works on 52 electricity taken up utilities. The
including Project technological units of 13 thermal with better based on the completion of work
Maintenance and upgradation, stations where work efficiency result of depends upon
PAGER Scheme environmental is under progress. with less Residual Life availability of funds
(Plan) requirement by Finalisation of investment. Assessment from concerned
renovation & schemes in another (RLA) financing agencies
modernisation and life 25 units of NTPC. studies. The and shut down of
extension works. Monitoring of Life time of the units for
Extension (LE) works completion carrying out R&M /
of on-going 28 units depends on LE works.
and finalisation of LE the quantum
schemes in another of works to
53 units to be carried be carried out
th
on during 11 Plan. based on
RLA studies.
As such, the
LE works on
some of the
units started
during 2007-
08 may be
completed in
the year
2008-09.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Physical Factors
Outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
3. Standing Committee for To create a shelf of feasible - 30.00 - Identification Shelf of Originally -
selection of sites for sites for thermal power stations and selection of potential sites approved
Thermal Power Stations to meet the power requirement sites for for pit head and term was 5
of the country upto the year location of coastal thermal years
2011-12 and beyond. coastal and projects would beginning
pithead thermal be available for from the 1st
Shelf of potential sites for pit power projects investment by year of the
head and coastal thermal in different prospective 10th Plan.
projects including Ultra Mega states. investors for
Projects would be available for expeditious The plan
investment by prospective thermal scheme for is
investors for expeditious capacity being
thermal capacity addition in the addition in the continued for
country. country. another 5
years.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Outcomes / / Risk
Physical Timelines Factors
Outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
4. Strengthening of The objective of the proposal is - 667.00 - Construction of Creation of At NERPC, A case has
Regional Electricity to provide proper infrastructure boundary wall housing Shillong, been filed
Boards (Now known as support in the form of office (western side) infrastructure of the works in the city
Regional Power building / staff quarters for the of SRPC staff SRPC, are likely to civil court
Committees) Secretariats of the SRPC / quarters at Bangalore and be pertaining
NERPC Bangalore. At creation of completed to land on
NERPC, Office-cum- during the western
Shillong residential 2008-09. side of
completion of complex for SRPC staff
boundary wall NERPC, Quarters at
and part Shillong. Bangalore.
completion of
office building
and staff
quarters.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
5. Upgradation of IT To develop Centralized - 75.00 - (i) Furnishing of data by Centralized Expected to -
facilities in CEA Information System for the various stake Database and be completed
all information relating holders in power information by 2007-08.
to the power sector. sector electronically system of Outlay for
and formation of data power sector in 2008-09
bank. CEA to be proposed for
(ii) Acceptance, made available balance
commissioning & to all stake payment, if
testing of Information holders in any.
Management System power sector.
covering Servers /
Networking
equipments /
application software
development.
(iii) Conversion of data to
information and
generation of
necessary reports.
(iv) Making available the
information to various
Govt. Departments
and the stake holders
in power sector.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Scheme / Outcome Outputs Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Programme Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
6. Technical Review of power 2367.00 - - (i) Monitoring of 44 hydro projects (i) Reduction of Continuous -
Control sector (14234 MW) is in progress. During gap between process
Planning & performance, the year 2007-08, 1893 MW hydro demand &
Monitoring long-term & capacity has been commissioned supply of
short-term and 655 MW is likely to be power in
planning, commissioned in the remaining optimum
assessment of period of 2007-08. time.
manpower & (ii) Monitoring of 74 thermal projects (ii) Availability
materials, long- (45031.4 MW) (128 units), out of of statistics
term system which 8 projects (2144.8 MW) (8 for public /
planning studies units) are likely to be completed inferences
including during balance period of 2007-08 for planning
management and 5570 MW comprising of 19 units and policy /
studies of RPCs, (17 projects) have already been decision
concurrence to commissioned . making for
hydro power (iii) Data collection & publication of: - the Indian
development a)Daily generation report. Electricity
schemes, b)Monthly review of power sector Sector.
monitoring performance. (iii) Economical
construction of c) Monthly status reports on cost of
generation & construction of various hydro and generation
transmission thermal projects. of electricity.
projects, d)All India Electricity Statistics:
monitoring of General Review (Annual).
rural e)Growth of Electricity Sector in India
electrification and (Annual)
distribution f) Review of Performance of hydro
planning, etc. power stations (Annual).
g)Review of Performance of thermal
power stations (Annual).
(iv) Techno-economic appraisal and
concurrence to 11 nos. of hydro-
electric projects with a total
capacity of 3266 MW.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
7. Design & Consultancy To provide technical 813.80 - - At present 23 Nos. of It helps in Continuous -
support in Design & consultancy projects are dissemination process
Engineering of power in hand. of technology
projects to power inputs to power
utilities and adoption of utilities and
state-of-the-art creation of
technologies. knowledge
source and
adoption of
state-of-the-art
technologies.
8. Studies & Training To improve 118.00 - - Training of 1500 Increase in Continuous -
performance of mandays to CEA productivity as process
Engineers / employees. a result of
functionaries. enhancement
in knowledge
and skill of
CEA engineers.
9. Electronic Data Operation and 55.00 - - Maintenance of IT Proper data Continuous -
Processing & Support maintenance of facilities (non- management process
System computer systems quantifiable) leading to
provided in CEA and its increased
sub-offices efficiency
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
10. Departmental Canteen To provide subsidized 22.45 - - Welfare measure (not Employees Continuous -
canteen facilities to the quantifiable) satisfaction process
employees of CEA contributing to
increased
productivity

11. Contribution to Membership of CIGRE 0.40 - - Continuation of Updating of Annual event -


International Bodies for engineers of CEA to membership of CEA with knowledge of
keep themselves CIGRE CEA engineers
abreast of global in power
technological system.
developments in power
sector.
12. Administration of Statutory inspection of 148.19 - - Inspection of electrical Assured safety Continuous -
Electricity Laws HT installations of installations totaling to of electrical process
Central Sector and 1,60,000 equivalent MV. installations
UTs. and personnel.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
13. Upgradation of IT Setting up of disaster - 200.00 - Procurement of servers & Development of 2011-12 Project
facilities in CEA – data recovery center for associated system sound and upto yet to be
Phase-II second backup of data. software for disaster data date approved
recovery center. centralized
Building redundancy in database
data center for higher Ensure security, reliability system for
availability. of the data & reduce the Power Sector
risk of data loss due to of the country.
Procurement of disaster or any other
Planning Model unforeseen reasons.
software.
Higher availability of IT
Maintenance of IT facilities.
facilities.
14. National Load The scheme is related 7.00 - - Collection & analysis of Facilitation of Continuous -
Despatch Center to operation and power system operational secured & process
(NEPSIC) maintenance of data from different reliable
National Electric Power Regional Power operation of the
System Information Committees (RPCs). Integrated
Centre (NEPSIC) at Regional Grids.
New Delhi for collecting
vital power system
operational data from
different Regional
Power Committees
(RPCs) for use in CEA /
Ministry of Power.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
15. Regional Coordination The country has been 269.96 - - Facilitation of coordinated Facilitation of Continuous -
demarcated into five operation of regional secured and process
Regions for the power grids in the country reliable
purpose of planning operation of the
and operation of the Regional Grids.
power system.
Regional Power
Committees (RPCs)
have been set up in all
the five Regions
primarily for facilitating
integrated operation of
power system in the
region for optimal
utilization of the
available power
resources through
functioning of various
sub-committees such
as Technical
Coordination Sub-
Committee, Protection
Sub-Committee and
System Studies Sub-
Committee, etc. The
scheme is meant for
funding the operations
of the Regional Power
Committees (RPCs)
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
16. Regional Load The real time operation 566.89 - - Facilitation of coordinated Facilitation of Continuous -
Despatching Centres of all the regional grids operation of regional secured and process
is being carried out by power grids in the reliable
RLDC, functions which country. operation of the
facilitate the integrated Regional Grids.
operation of the power
system continue to be
with the Regional
Power Committees
(RPCs). RLDCs and
RPCs have to operate
in close coordination in
achieving the benefits
associated with
integrated operation of
the Regional power
system.
17. Optimisation of National Development of plan - 180.00 - Review the transmission Planning of an 2009-10 Project
Grid Programme wise transmission programme, make optimized & yet to be
system based on assessment of the reliable approved
capacity addition adequacy and reliability transmission
demand growth of the proposed system
projection and transmission network, network,
corresponding evaluate cost ensuring
transmission needs for effectiveness of effectiveness of
the next 3 Five Year investment and suggest the investment.
Plan taking the services optimization of the
of international experts expansion plan.
in the field of
transmission planning.
(Rs. in lakhs)
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay 2008-09 Quantifiable Projected Processes / Remarks
No. Programme Deliverables / Physical Outcomes Timelines / Risk
Outputs Factors
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan CEBR
Plan Budget
Budget
18. Survey Report on Base Well coordinated - 20.00 - Development of base Base data 2010-11 Project
Data & Requirement development of state data and identification of available for yet to be
Analysis for grids based on detailed the health of the various optimal approved
Coordinating survey, creation of elements and health of planning of
Development of State reliable data and the transmission network. development of
Grid Programme systematic analysis for state network.
enabling optimum, cost
effective reliable and
less loss transmission
of power from
generation sources
upto the distribution
point network.
19. Apprenticeship Training Imparting vocational 5.00 - - Around 35 Vocational / 12 Availability of Continuous -
for Engineers training to Graduate / D/Men and 6 Graduate / trained process
Diploma holders under Diploma Engineers to be technical
the Apprenticeship Act, trained manpower in
1961. the country

TOTAL 4524.00 1500.00 -


NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE(NPTI) CHAPTER-II
OUTCOME BUDGET2008-2009 Rs-in lakhs
SL Name of the Scheme Objective/Out Outlay2008-2009 Quantifiable Deliverables/ Projected Processes/T Remarks/Risk
NO come Physical Outputss Outcomes imelines Factors
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non-Plan Plan Complementar
Budget Budget y Extra
Budgetary
R
Setting up of HPTC at Training/ 794 Revenue of Rs 108.60 lakhs New training Work being
Nangal Trainees per per year will be generated after facility will be executed d by
year 147.54 N.A completion created. 31.03.2009 to BBMB on
tunkey basis
1
Setting up of Training Training/ Revenue of Rs 70.00 lakhs per New training Work being
Institute at North- 800Trainees year will be generated after facility will be executied by
349.80 N.A 31.03.2009
Eastern Region per year completion created. toPGCIL on
2 Tunkey basis
Modernization & Up Revenue of Rs 365.00 lakhs Existing training Work will be
gradation of Training per year will be generated after facility wil be carried out
Facilities at PSTI & 200.00 N.A completion in 2010-2011 upgraded 2009-2010 departmental/
HLTC Bangalore executive
agency
3
Modernization & Up Revenue of Rs 295.80 lakhs Existing training Work will be
gradation of Training per year will be generated after facility wil be carried out
Facilities at RPTI’s- 500.00 completion in 2011-2012 upgraded 2011-2012 departmental/
NR,ER,SR,WR executive
4 agency
Modernization & Up Revenue of Rs 477.40 lakhs Existing training Work will be
gradation of Training per year will be generated after facility wil be carried out
Facilities at Corporate 500.00 N.A completion in 2011-2012 upgraded 2011-2012 departmental/
office Faridabad executive
5 agency
Establishment of GIS Revenue of Rs 520.00 lakhs New GIS based Work will be
based electrical per year will be generated after electrical carried out
Distribution Network completion in 2009-2010 distribution departmental/
Management System at 302.66 Network 2008-2009 executive
RPTI’s- Management agency
NR,ER,WR,SR.PSTI System will be
6 created

Non-Plan 200.00
7
2000.00
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
OUTCOME BUDGET FOR 2008-2009

Name of Scheme / Objective Processes


Sl.No. Non-Plan Plan IEBR Quantifiable Deliverables/Physical Milestones Remarks / Risk factors
Programme/Project Outcome /Timelines
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7
Completion of steam Blowing U#2 11/08
Additon of 1980 Completion of TG erection U3 04/08
(I) Ongoing Projects
1 MW of generation 990.38
Sipat-I (3x660 MW) Boiler lighup U2 06/08
Capacity
Boiler lighup U3 03/09
Switch Yard ready for charging 11/08
Completion of chimney shell U3 12/08
Additon of 1980
2 Barh STPP (3x660 MW) MW of generation 2332.43 Commencement of condenser erection U2 01/09
Capacity
Completion of TG pedestal U3 03/09
UCB readiness U1 02/09
Completion of superstructure of Power House 09/08

Additon of 800 MW Charging of switchyard 10/08


3 Koldam HEPP (4x200 MW) of generation 710.5 Completion of erection of penstock U#4 09/08
Capacity
Completion of erection of Turbine parts U#1 11/08
Completion of power intake gates U#1 08/08
Commencement of Transformer caven
04/08
excavation
Completion of intermediate adit to pressure shaft 06/08
Additon of 600 MW
Loharinag Pala HEPP (4x150
4 of generation 276.13
MW) Commencement of ferrule fabrication 07/08
Capacity
Completion of adit to surge shaft 10/08
Completion of barrage foundation excavation 11/08
Hydro test U7 02/09

Completion of condenser erection 05/08


Additon of 500 MW
5 Korba III of generation 638.52 Suplly of LP turbine U7 12/08
Capacity
Supply of Generator stator U7 02/09

Commencement of TG erection U7 08/08


Completion of TG pedestal 11/08
Additon of 500MW Boiler Drum lifting 08/08
6 Farakka III of generation 657.07
Capacity Commencement of condenser erection 12/08
Commencement of TG erection 02/09
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
OUTCOME BUDGET FOR 2008-2009

Name of Scheme / Objective Processes


Sl.No. Non-Plan Plan IEBR Quantifiable Deliverables/Physical Milestones Remarks / Risk factors
Programme/Project Outcome /Timelines
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7

Commencement of TG erection U1 07/08

Additon of 980 MW Completion of TG Pedestal U2 10/08


7 NCTPP II of generation 1553.63
Boiler Drum lifting U2 07/08
Capacity
Commencement of condenser erection U2 11/08
Hydro test U1 03/09
Bioler Drum Lifting U3 11/08

Addition of 1000 Boiler erection start U4 10/08


8 Simhadri II MW of generation 891.30 Structural Steel fabrication start U4 10/08
Capacity
Condenser erection start U3 03/09
Boiler Drum Lifting U4 03/09

Commencement of Barrage excavation work 08/08


Additon of 520 MW
Commencement of power house cavern
9 Tapovan Vishnugad of generation 430.08 12/08
excavation
Capacity
Commencement of transformer cavern
03/09
excavation

Sub Total (i) 8480.04

(ii) New Projects

Commencement of site levelling 06/08


Additon of 1000 These milestones are linked to land
Commencement of foundation U1 07/08
1 Mauda MW of generation 205.61 tobe made available by State
capacity Commencement of structural steel U1 10/08 Government to NTPC.
Commencement of Boiler erection U1 02/09

Additon of 750 MW Commencement of foundation U1 06/08


2 Bongaigaon of generation 168.45 Commencement of structural steel U1 07/08
capacity Commencement of Boiler erection U1 02/09

Commencement of foundation U4 07/08


Additon of 1320
Commencement of structural steel U4 10/08
3 Barh II MW of generation 225.54
capacity Commencement of Boiler erection U4 02/09
Ordering of CHP 03/09
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
OUTCOME BUDGET FOR 2008-2009

Name of Scheme / Objective Processes


Sl.No. Non-Plan Plan IEBR Quantifiable Deliverables/Physical Milestones Remarks / Risk factors
Programme/Project Outcome /Timelines
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7
Commencement of foundation U1 09/08 These milestones are linked to Main
Commencement of structural steel U1 12/08 Plant award which is targeted in March
Addition of 1980
2008. This project is being funded by
4 North Karanpura MW of generation 826.50 Ordering of CW pump 12/08
JBIC, two part bidding is followed for
capacity
Ordering of CHP 02/09 MP packages and concurrence of
Oredering of GT 03/09 JBIC is also required at every stage

Commencement of site levelling 06/08 These milestones are linked to Main


Additon of 1000
Commencement of foundation U1 07/08 Plant award which is targeted in March
5 Rihand III MW of generation 144.56
Commencement of structural steel U1 10/08 2008st water availability clearance by
Capacity
Commencement of Boiler erection U1 02/09 MOWR/CWC

Additon of 500 MW
6 Vindhyachal IV of generation 250.00 Main Plant Package Award 2008-09
Capacity

Additon of 3200
7 Darlipalli MW of generation 752.00 Main Plant Package Award 2008-09
Capacity

9 Other New Projects 35.46


Sub-Total (ii) 2608.12
(iii) Coal Mining 226.54 NIT for MDO 06/08
Sec 7 application under CBA Act (Kerendari) 04/08
Submission of Mining Plan to MOC(Dulanga) 12/08

Availability of final Geological Report (Talaipalli) 09/08


(iv)
(a) Renovation &
494.10
Modernization Schemes

(b) Other Misc. Schemes 1779.20


Sub Total (iv) 2273.30
GRAND TOTAL 13588.00
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2008-09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Objective/ Outlay 2008-09
Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output
Outcome (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. Name of Schemes / Process/
Projected Outcomes Remarks/ Risk factors
No. programmes / Projects Sanctioned Cost GBS/ S. Targets / Timelines
IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) debt Achievements

A Commissioned Schemes

Project Completed in Oct./ Nov.


1 Dhauliganga-I 1578.31 - 39 Settlement of pending liabilities. - Mar.'09 -
05

Project completed in March


2 Dulhasti 3559.77 - 45 Settlement of pending liabilities. 2007

B Scheme Under Construction

Teesta-V HE Project 510 MW, Schedule Completion date of


1 2198.04 - 56 Settlement of pending liabilities.
Sikkim Project Mar.'08

Jigrai Feeder Tunnel Excavation (m) 174 Sept.'08 Continued beyned Mar.'09. At present
all concreting work is stopped in
Excavation of HRT by DBM (m) 1000 Feb.'09 Parbati-II due to ban on use of
Dam & Spillway Concreting (cum) 50000 Mar.'09 aggregate from Kullu valley imposed
by Hon'ble High court, Shimla. It is
Concrete lining (Overt) of HRT (m) 5000 Mar.'09 assumed that the ban will be lifted and
Anticipated Project completion
2 Parbati-II 520 MW , HP 3919.59 - 484 work will be recommence from 1st
Erection of concrete liner in right Dec.'10
720 Mar.'09 Jan.'08. There-fore the progress is
inclined pressure shaft (m)
subject to lifting of ban on use of
Erection of steel liner in right inclined aggregate. Besides, the work in TBM
720 Mar.'09
Pr. Shaft (m) session of HRT is held up. A
Completion of treat ment of backhill Committee has been set up to resolve
100% Sept.'08 the issues.
slope of PH
Dam Concreting (cum) 18,000 July'08
Excavation of HRT (m) 600 Oct.'08
Lining of Desilting Chamber (m) 170 Feb.'09
Bad geology in HRT. Progress of HRT
Erection of Liner in vertical Pressure lining slow due to undercut removal.
30 Scheduled Project Completion Aug.'08
3 Sewa-II 120 MW, J&K 665.46 - 133 Shaft (m) Poor performance by contractor and
Erection of all four spillway radial June'09
100% Jan.'09 problem by labour unions.
gates Continued beyoned Mar.'09
Lining of HRT (m) 8400 Mar.'09
Boxing up of all three generating
50% Jul.'08
unit
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2008-09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Objective/ Outlay 2008-09
Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output
Outcome (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. Name of Schemes / Process/
Projected Outcomes Remarks/ Risk factors
No. programmes / Projects Sanctioned Cost GBS/ S. Targets / Timelines
IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) debt Achievements

Concreting in Power House (cum) 30000 Mar.'09 Continued beyoned Mar.'09


Excavation of Barrage blocks I & 2
45000 Scheduled Project Completion Feb.'09
4 TLDP-III 132 MW, WB 768.92 - 249 (cum)
Concreting of Barrage Blocks I & 2 Dec.'09
22000 Mar.'09 Continued beyoned Mar.'09
(cum)
E&M Works (%) 50 Mar.'09 Continued beyoned Mar.'09
Excavation of HRT heading (m) 2500 Mar.'09
Concreting in dam upto EL 84 m Continued above EL 84 m beyond
200000 Dec.'08
Subansiri Lower HE Project (cum) Scheduled Project Completion Dec.'08
5 6285.33 - 714
2000 MW,Ar. Pradesh Intake excavation (cum) 115000 Jan.'12 Apr.'08
Concreting in PH Machine Hall (cum) 92000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09

Dam Concreting (cum) 120000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09


Excavation of HRT in benching (m) 1100 Jun.'08
HRT Overt lining (m) 2500 Feb.'09
Uri-II HE Project, 240 MW, Scheduled Project Completion
6 1724.79 -- 480 Excavation of Power House (cum) 10000 Jun.'08
J&K Aug.'10
Excavation of TRT in benching (m) 2600 Dec.'08
Supply and erection of EOT crane,
draftube, spiral casing and pit liniers in Job Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
units I & II
HRT lining (m) 7900 Mar.'09
Dam concreting above EL 1360.00m
4000 Mar.'09
(cum)
Conreting of desilting basin side wall
466 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09.
and crown (m)
Coffer dam washed away in July '07.
HRT Excavation (m) 4001 Scheduled Project completion Oct.'08
7 Chamera-III, 231 MW, H.P. 1405.63 - 260 Excavation of Intake adits, Ph cavern,
Aug.'10
Erection , Testing and commissioning HRT and right abutment area of Dam
100% Sept.'08 in progress .
of EOT crane-1 at service bay area.
Dam & Intake concreting upto EL
96000 Feb.'09
1360.0m (cum)
Erection of draft tube in unit-1 100% Mar.'09
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2008-09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Objective/ Outlay 2008-09
Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output
Outcome (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. Name of Schemes / Process/
Projected Outcomes Remarks/ Risk factors
No. programmes / Projects Sanctioned Cost GBS/ S. Targets / Timelines
IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) debt Achievements
Completion of Dia phragm wall of
75% Feb.'09
Dam (%)
Concretring of crown of DC-I (m) 175 Aug.'08
HRT Excavation (m) 3400 Mar.'09
TRT Excavation- U/s from TRT Adit Scheduled Project Completion
8 Parbati-III 520 MW , HP 2304.56 - 305 600 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
(m) Nov.'10
Slashing of Pr. Shaft-I to fulldia (m) 185 Mar.'09
Concreting in PH (cum) 200 Mar.'09
Erection of draft tube in unit-1 liner
100 Dec.'08
(%)
Concreting in Cellular wall (cum) 26000 Oct.'08

Concreting in spillway (cum) 47000 Oct.'08

Conc. in TRC (cum) 23000 Scheduled Project Completion Oct.'08


9 TLDP-IV 160 MW , WB 1061.38 - 324
Aug.'10
E&M Works (%) 20 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09

HM Works (%) 40 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09

Concreting in PH (cum) 65,600 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09


Excavation of Dam (cum) 75000 Aug.'08
Scheduled Project Completion
10 Nimoo Bazgo, 45 MW, J&K 611.01 34 130 Dam concreting (cum) 125,000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
Aug.'10
Power House concreting (cum) 14,000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
Concreting of Barrage & Intake
30,000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
structure (cum)
Power House excavation (cum) 25000 Scheduled Project Completion Feb.'09
11 Chutak, 44 MW, J&K 621.26 - 96
HRT Excavation (m) 2400 Feb.'11 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
Excavation of surge shaft including
6000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09
Vault (cum)
Project sanctioned by CCEA in
Initial Mobilisation by contractor Job Dec.'08
Scheduled Project Completion July'07, contracts yet to be awarded.
12 Kishanganga 2238.67 - 281 Excavation of Access Tunnel to Power
686 July'14 Mar.'09 Targets are subject to award of work
House (m) by 01.01.2008.
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2008-09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Objective/ Outlay 2008-09
Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output
Outcome (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. Name of Schemes / Process/
Projected Outcomes Remarks/ Risk factors
No. programmes / Projects Sanctioned Cost GBS/ S. Targets / Timelines
IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) debt Achievements

C. New Schemes
DT open excavation (cum) 779000 Mar.'09
DT Underground excavation (cum) 40000 Mar.'09
PH surface excavation (cum) 38000 Mar.'09 Continued beyond Mar.'09. Subject
1 Kotli Bhel Stage- I A Not yet sanctioned - 150
PH underground excavation (cum) 75000 Mar.'09 to CCEA approval Mar.'08.
Adits, MAT & PH concreting (cum) 12000 Mar.'09
Construction of Roads (Km) 12 Mar.'09
Exca. for DT (cum) 65000 Mar.'09
Excavation for coffer dam 550000 Mar.'09
Continued beyond Mar.'09. Subject
2 Kotli Bhel Stage- I B Not yet sanctioned - 150 Const. of road (km) 5 Mar.'09 to CCEA approval Mar.'08.
Excavation / backhill for PH complex
300,000 Mar.'09
(cum)
DT excavation (cum) 200,000 Mar.'09
Excavation for Intake & Pressure Continued beyond Mar.'09. Subject
3 Kotli Bhel Stage- II Not yet sanctioned 201 80,000 Mar.'09
shaft (cum) to CCEA approval Mar.'08.
Const. of road (km) 4 Mar.'09
D. S&I and Other Schemes
Provision kept for land acquisition,
1 Pakal Dul Not yet sanctioned - 50 maintenance of G&D sites, security Govt. sanction awaited.
expenses, estt. Expenses only
Road, retaining wall/breast wall
repairing & patch work and black 100% Mar-09
topping of Project road.
Building repairing renovation work as Subject to TEC/CCEA approval by
2 Vyasi Not yet sanctioned - 40 and when handed over in peicemeal 100% Mar-09 Mar.'08
for non residential and residential.

Settlement with old contractors and


100% Jan.'09
pending land/property cases.
New road double lane between dam
12 Mar.'09
site and DT outlet (Km) Project to be taken up through JV with
Road don right bank from dam site to State Govt. Revised MOA signed on
3 Dibang Not yet sanctioned - 76 30 Mar.'09
Dambuk (Km) 24.6.07 for execution by NHPC. TEC
awaited
Major bridges (3 Nos) m 431 Mar.'09
Submission of proposal for forest
4 Teesta-IV Not yet sanctioned - 7 Job Jan.'09
clearance by NHPC to state govt.
Investigation works subject to Law and order is a risk factor.
5 Bursar Not yet sanctioned - 19
availability of security cover
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2008-09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Objective/ Outlay 2008-09
Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output
Outcome (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. Name of Schemes / Process/
Projected Outcomes Remarks/ Risk factors
No. programmes / Projects Sanctioned Cost GBS/ S. Targets / Timelines
IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) debt Achievements
Completion of Exploratory drilling
500 Aug.'08
6 Tawnag- I Not yet sanctioned - 5 (m)
Completion of Exploratory drifting
100 Sept.'08 Futher work to be decided on the basis
(m)
Completion of Exploratory drilling of results of drilling and drifting.
500 Aug.'08
7 Tawnag-II Not yet sanctioned - 5 (m)
Completion of Exploratory drifting
100 Sept.'08
(m)
8 Subansiri(Middle) Not yet sanctioned - 1 Mar-08 DPR submission is subjected to
Estt. Expenses only Hon'ble Supreme Court decision on
9 Subansiri (Upper) Not yet sanctioned - 2 Mar.'08 the review petition. Estt. Cost only
Provision is for S&I works for
Other Projects / New preparation of FR/DPR for new
E. - 10
Schemes * schemes in J&K, Uttranchal and
Sikkim.

F. Schemes under Joint Venture

Estt. Cost only. MOU signed between


1 Loktak Downstream Cost under revision - 10 Estt. Expenses - - Govt. of Manipur & NHPC for
execution of Project through JV.

G. Mini Hydro Schemes 5

H. R&M Of Power Houses - 22

I. R&D Works - 2
Total 34.00 4351
This head includes new schemes i.e. Chungar Chal, Garwa Tawaghat, Karmoli Lumti Tulli, Lachen etc. for S&I works for preparation of FR/DPR. The head also includes
*
other schemes i.e. Siyom, Siang Lower, Siang Upper / Intermediate etc. to maintain skeleton staff on the site.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
NEEPCO LTD.
(RUPEES IN CRORE)
Allocation Outlay (2008-09-BE) Quantifiable Deliverable
(Rs in crs) /Physical Outputs
Cumulative Process /
NAME OF THE Snactioned Expenditure Timeliness/Commi
SL. OBJECTIVE / Complementa Activity/ Projected Remarks/
SCHEMES / Cost/Latest from beginning sioning Date (Date
NO. OUTCOME ry Extra- Status Outcomes Risk factors
PROGRAMMES Cost till 31.12.2007 Non-Plan Plan Budget of Completion of
Budgetary Physical Activity Targets
(Prov) Budget (NBS) Project)
Resources
(IEBR)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 11 12 13 14
3(three) years
Tuirial HEP Generation Works held
Works held from the date of All efforts at various appropriate level are in
1 (60 MW), of Hydro 235.48 1.00 0.00 ---- up since Works held up.
up resumption of continuation for resumption of the project works.
Mizoram Power 09/06/04
works

Kameng HEP
Generation
(600 MW), 2496.90 (Oct' River Diversion
2 of Hydro 636.80 0.00 398.57 100% Jan' 09
Arunachal 04 PL) (Bichom)
Power
Pradesh

As per suggestion of CEA, the crest level of the


Bichom Dam spillway has been lowered by 20m in
Dam order to have a better silt management. This
Excavation 98860 Dec' 08 resulted in re-designing the Bichom Dam and
(Bichom)(Cum) Spillway. As per revised excavation drawings, with
increased no. of blocks in the Dam, profile of
excavation has undergone gross change and
Revised
resulted in shifting the location of various
Commissioning
Concreting of To cotinue installations viz. cement silo of batching plant,
Schedule :
Bichom Dam 70698 Mar' 09 beyond Mar' March, 2011 foundation of cable way etc. already installed prior
(Cum) 09 to the change of dam parameters as mentioned.
Presently, dismantling and shifting are under
process and the work will be resumed shortly.
As per suggestion of CEA/CWC, the spillway level
Dam of the dam has been lowered by 2.0 mtrs and the
Excavation 62181 Mar' 09 work of redesign and drawing is in progress.
(Tenga)(Cum) Further, relocation and realignment of Tenga Dam
Axis has been finalised in Dec' 06 based on the
model test of Tenga Dam as the original profile of
Concreting of To cotinue spillway showed excessive asymmetric flow of water
Tenga Dam 25000 Mar' 09 beyond Mar' through the bays of the Spillway. On firming up of
(Cum) 09 the parameters, excavation works have already
been taken up.
6
Allocation Outlay (2008-09-BE) Quantifiable Deliverable
(Rs in crs) /Physical Outputs
Cumulative Process /
NAME OF THE Snactioned Expenditure Timeliness/Commi
SL. OBJECTIVE / Complementa Activity/ Projected Remarks/
SCHEMES / Cost/Latest from beginning sioning Date (Date
NO. OUTCOME ry Extra- Status Outcomes Risk factors
PROGRAMMES Cost till 31.12.2007 Non-Plan Plan Budget of Completion of
Budgetary Physical Activity Targets
(Prov) Budget (NBS) Project)
Resources
(IEBR)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 11 12 13 14

To cotinue
Boring of HRT-
1740 Mar' 09 beyond Mar'
Face-II (m)
09

To cotinue
Boring of HRT-
1608 Mar' 09 beyond Mar'
Face-III (m)
09
To cotinue
Boring of HRT-
934.25 Mar' 09 beyond Mar' Geological surprises
Face-VI (m)
09
To cotinue
Boring of HRT-
833 Mar' 09 beyond Mar'
Face-VII (m)
09
Boring of To cotinue
Surge 20.66 Dec' 08 beyond Dec'
Shaft(m). 08
Concrete Lining To cotinue
of Surge 20.00 Feb' 09 beyond Feb'
Shaft(m). 09
Fabrication of To cotinue
Steel Liner 6000 Mar' 09 beyond Mar'
(MT) 09

Boring of To cotinue
Underground 611 Mar' 09 beyond Mar' Geological surprises
Penstock (m) 09

Erection of
To cotinue
Steel Liner
40 March' 09 beyond Mar'
from BP-2 to
09
Surge Shaft
Concrete
behind Steel To cotinue
Liner from BP-2 40 March' 09 beyond Mar'
to Surge Shaft 09
(m)

7
Allocation Outlay (2008-09-BE) Quantifiable Deliverable
(Rs in crs) /Physical Outputs
Cumulative Process /
NAME OF THE Snactioned Expenditure Timeliness/Commi
SL. OBJECTIVE / Complementa Activity/ Projected Remarks/
SCHEMES / Cost/Latest from beginning sioning Date (Date
NO. OUTCOME ry Extra- Status Outcomes Risk factors
PROGRAMMES Cost till 31.12.2007 Non-Plan Plan Budget of Completion of
Budgetary Physical Activity Targets
(Prov) Budget (NBS) Project)
Resources
(IEBR)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 11 12 13 14
Open
excavation of
60% March' 09
Surface
Penstock (%)
Power House Geological hurdles are being faced in maintaining
excavation 97589 Jan' 09 the slope of the Power House excavation, primarily
(Cum) due to presence of Gondowana formation with
alternate layers of cabonaceous shale and fine
Power House- To cotinue grained sand stone. based on the suggestion of
Concreting 14897 Feb' 09 beyond Feb' Experts, boring of cast in situ RCC piles at different
( Cum ) 09 levels are being taken up

Khangten Small Commissioning To be


40 % of the
Hydel Project Generation Major works of Schedule : 24 To continue completed
50.58 project
3 (7.50 MW), of Hydro 2.16 10.13 16.56 the project will months from beyond within 2 years
(Nov' 05 PL) work will be
Arunachal Power start. date of issue of March' 09 from the date of
completed.
Pradesh LOI. issue of LOI.
To be
completed
Tipaimukh Generation Planned for To continue within 87
5855.83 Stage -II
4 HEP(1500MW), of Hydro 7.79 1.00 0.00 Mar' 09 commissioning beyond Mar' months from Law & Order is the risk factor.
(Nov' 05 PL) activities.
Manipur Power in 12th Plan 09 the date of
investment
decision.

Respective
All
projects will be
Survey & associated Budget includes provision for road/terrace cutting
To continue completed
Survey & Investigation of S & I works for roads,EIA /EMP studies, Geotechnical
5 ---- 167.67 47.01 0.00 30.00 Mar' 09 beyond Mar' during 12 th
Investigation 6 (six) nos. of including investigation, Hydrological studies,
09 Plan depending
Project. observation environmental studies etc.
on CCEA
of HM data.
Clearance.

8
Allocation Outlay (2008-09-BE) Quantifiable Deliverable
(Rs in crs) /Physical Outputs
Cumulative Process /
NAME OF THE Snactioned Expenditure Timeliness/Commi
SL. OBJECTIVE / Complementa Activity/ Projected Remarks/
SCHEMES / Cost/Latest from beginning sioning Date (Date
NO. OUTCOME ry Extra- Status Outcomes Risk factors
PROGRAMMES Cost till 31.12.2007 Non-Plan Plan Budget of Completion of
Budgetary Physical Activity Targets
(Prov) Budget (NBS) Project)
Resources
(IEBR)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 11 12 13 14

1.Award of Civil-
Hydro- Project will be
Pare HEP Mechanical commissioned
Generation Planned for To continue
(110MW) , 553.25 Package within 4 (four)
6 of Hydro 21.32 98.00 0.00 Nov' 08 commissioning beyond CCEA clearance awaited.
Arunachal (Jun' 07 PL) 2.Award of years from the
Power in 11th Plan Mar' 09
Pradesh Electro- date of CCEA
Mechanical clearance.
Package

Project will be
Planned for commissioned
Mawhu HEP Generation To continue
394.79 Stage -II commissioning within 4 1/2 DPR submitted to MOP on 29-03-07. MoA with
7 (90 MW), of Hydro __ 1.00 0.00 Mar' 09 beyond
(Mar' 07 PL) activities. in the XII th years from the State Govt. signed on 20-12-07.
Meghalaya Power March' 09
Plan date of CCEA
Clearance.

Project will be
Margherita Coal Planned for commissioned
Generation To continue
Based thermal Stage -II commissioning within 3 years
8 of Thermal 2592.00 __ 1.00 0.00 Mar' 09 beyond State Govt. clearance is yet to be obtained.
Power Project activities. in the XII from the date of
Power March' 09
(480 MW), Assam Plan CCEA
Clearance.

9
Allocation Outlay (2008-09-BE) Quantifiable Deliverable
(Rs in crs) /Physical Outputs
Cumulative Process /
NAME OF THE Snactioned Expenditure Timeliness/Commi
SL. OBJECTIVE / Complementa Activity/ Projected Remarks/
SCHEMES / Cost/Latest from beginning sioning Date (Date
NO. OUTCOME ry Extra- Status Outcomes Risk factors
PROGRAMMES Cost till 31.12.2007 Non-Plan Plan Budget of Completion of
Budgetary Physical Activity Targets
(Prov) Budget (NBS) Project)
Resources
(IEBR)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 11 12 13 14

Project will be
Garo Hills Coal
commissioned
Based Thermal Generation Planned for To continue
Stage -II within 3 years
9 Power Project of Thermal 2700.00 1.00 119.38 Mar' 09 commissioning beyond MoA with State Govt. signed on 20-12-07.
activities. from the date of
(500 MW), Power in the XI Plan March' 09
CCEA
Meghalaya
Clearance.

Project will be
West Khasi Hills commissioned
Planned for
Coal Based Generation To continue within 32
Stage -II commissioning
10 Thermal Power of Thermal 1296.00 __ 1.00 0.00 Mar' 09 beyond months from MoA with State Govt. yet to be signed.
activities. in the XII
Project (240 Power March' 09 the date of
Plan
MW), Meghalaya CCEA
Clearance.

Site
development,c
Project will be
onstruction
commissioned
Tripura Gas facilities,non-
Generation Planned for To continue within 32 Gas allocation received. DPR for the 104.74 MW
Based Power Plant Civil
11 of Thermal 448.83 39.85 51.00 0.00 March' 09 commissioning beyond months from TGBPP & Associated Transmission Scheme
Project (104.74 works,Main
Power in the XI Plan. March' 09 the date of submitted to MOP on 6th March’ 07.
MW), Tripura Plant Civil
CCEA
works &
Clearance.
Environment &
Ecology etc.

Renovation & Renovation


Renovation & Planned for To continue Planned for
Modernisation of &
12 74.95 0.00 0.00 52.99 Modernisation March' 09 completion in beyond completion in
Kopili Power Modernisati
(70%) 2010-11 March' 09 2010-11
Station on

GRAND TOTAL : ---- 155.00 617.50 ---- ---- ----

NOTE :
1 MNES Grant aginst Khangten Small Hydel Project (7.50 MW), Arunachal Pradesh.

10
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)
1 2 3(i) 3(ii) 3(iii) 4 (i) 4 (ii) 4 (iii) 5 6 7(i) 7 (ii) 7 (iii) 8
A. ONGOING SCHEMES
Power Power Generation project now anticipated in Feb.'10 as
1 Trans.System for BARH 3779.46 432.33 0 1154.7 1154.7 1500 5 Mar-09 Sep-09
Evacuation Evacuation against the earlier target of Sep.'08 / Mar.'09.

* Completion may slip beyond schedule of Jun'08 due


Supplementry Transmission System Power Power to late commencement of Wardha S/S work by
2 813.67 49.17 0 163.7 163.7 937 2 Jun-08 National Grid Jun-08*
associated with Sipat Stage-II project Evacuation Evacuation Contractor. Works being expedited to overcome
delays.
* Major portion of the project shall be completed
progressively within schedule of Nov'08, excepting
two lines in Kerala award for which was held-up due
stay by Kerala High Court.
Generation Project is now anticipated in Dec'08
against earlier schedule of May'07 / Nov'07. Matter
Transmission System associated with Power Power
3 1779.29 530.32 0 616.3 616.3 800 3 Mar-09 Mar'10* taken up with MOP as part transmission system shall
Kudankulam Atomic Power Project Evacuation Evacuation
be idle for a long period.
The court stay on the award of 02 lines in Kerala has
been cleared. The packages are getting awarded by
Mar'08 and expected to be completed by Mar'10.
There shall however be no evacuation constraint due
to these 02 lines.
Schedule compln. of associated Trans. System was
Feb'07. Sipat-I Gen. Proj. likely to be delayed beyond
Mar'08. However, part of Sipat-I trans. system is
Transmission System Associated with Power Physical work planned to be completed by Feb'08. Power
4 1672.98 1705.63 0 58.0 58.0 Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Feb'08 already commissioned and balance expected by
SIPAT-I STPS Evacuation Evacuation
Feb'08 for evacuation from Sipat-II Gen. Project
which is expected to commence generation from
Mar'08.
Project already completed. Outlay kept for final
payments etc. Project alerady completed progressively from Mar'07
to Dec'07, against schedule of Jul'07, ahead of
Transmission System Associated with Power Power generation from Kahalgaon-II (Ph-I). Completion
5 1771.94 2261.46 0 38.4 38.4 Dec'07
Kahalgaon -II ,Phase -I Evacuation Evacuation delayed from schedule due to late hand-over of land
for Ranchi & Patna Sub-station, apart from water
logging problems at Balia Switching station.

Project was scheduled for Dec'07. However,


Generation Project is now expected in Feb'09 against
Transmission System Associated with Power Power
6 691.85 212.43 0 229.1 229.1 500 8 Feb-09 Feb-09 earlier schedule of Mar'08. Therefore, transmission
NLC-II Expansion Project Evacuation Evacuation
works slowed down to the extent possible to match
with Generation project. Matter taken up with MOP.

System Strenghthening-V in NR (NRSS- Grid Grid


7 721.25 35.63 0 191.3 191.3 1172 0 Feb-09 Jun-09
V) Strengthening Strengthening

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)

*Completion of Mysore-Kozikode critical due to ROW


problems (forest & coffee plantation). Matter taken up
Physical work planned to be completed by Mar.08.
Transmission System Associated with Power Power with Govt. of Kerala.
8 588.25 283.90 0 116.7 116.7 Outlay kept for left over works & final payments Feb'08*
Kaiga 3&4 Evacuation etc. Evacuation Project was scheduled for completion by Dec'07,
which has been delayed due to severe ROW problem
and related court stays.

Strengthening of North West Inter Regional Inter Regional


9 483.10 31.36 0 139.3 139.3 565 - Mar-09 Jan-09
Transmission Corridor Power Transfer Power Transfer

Physical work planned to be completed by Mar.08.


Transmission System Associated with Power Power Delay in Forest clearance of RAPP - Kota line may
10 499.45 324.16 0 20.0 20.0 Outlay kept for left over works & final payments Mar-08
RAPP 5&6 Evacuation etc. Evacuation affect its completion beyond schedule.

WR Strengthening Scheme - II (WRSS- Grid Grid Part of Scheme is to be implemented through IPTC
11 3581.40 20.87 0 715.5 715.5 625 - Mar-09 Jul-10
II) Strengthening Strengthening route, which is under way.
System Strengthening-VII of Southern Grid Grid
12 279.31 32.01 0 142.6 142.6 200 2 Mar-09 Jul-09
Regional Grid (SRSS-VII) Strengthening Strengthening
Grid Grid
13 ER Strengthening Scheme (ERSS-1) 975.96 0.00 0 441.5 441.5 800 - Mar-09 Oct-09
Strengthening Strengthening
System Strengthening in South Western
Inter Regional Inter Regional
14 of Northen Grid - Part A (earlier RAPP 381.28 4.52 0 91.0 91.0 496 - Mar-09 Apr-09
Power Transfer Power Transfer
5&6 Supplementary)
Physical work planned to be
Transmission System Associated with Power Power Schedule Completion is Oct.'07. Completion delayed
15 464.02 333.87 0 13.8 13.8 completed by Mar-08. Outlay Mar-09 Jun-08
Kahalgaon -II , Phase -II Evacuation kept for final payments etc. Evacuation due to Forest clearance, which is still awaited.

Physical work planned to be completed by Feb-


Transmission System Associated with Power Power
16 208.76 149.58 0 34.8 34.8 08, matching with Gen. Proj. Outlay kept for left May-08
Teesta-V( HEP) Evacuation over works & final payments etc. Evacuation

Being completed progressively from Mar'07 to


Feb'08, agaisnt schedule of Aug'08. Delayed due to
Transmission System Associated with Power Physical work planned to be completed by Feb'08. Power late acquisition of land for Rajgarh Sub-station.
17 601.90 540.99 0 9.4 9.4 Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Feb-08
Sipat-II, STPP Evacuation Evacuation However, evacuation system is ready (using part of
Sipat-I system) ahead of generation from Sipat-II
Geeration Project, now expected in Mar'08

Project was scheduled to be commisisoned by


Jun'08. However due to delay in Generation project
Transmission System Associated with Power Power
18 260.34 12.99 0 48.0 48.0 10 Mar-09 Sep-09 (now expected in Dec'09), work of associated
Koteshwar HEP Evacuation Evacuation
transmission system re-scheduled/ slowed down to
the extent possible for matching completion.

Grid Project already completed. Outlay kept for final Grid Transmission system commissioned in Oct.'07 as
19 Bina Nagda Transmission Line 266.93 231.09 0 0.3 0.3 payments etc. Oct-07
Strengthening Strengthening against the schedule of Mar'08.

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)

Northern Region System Strengthening- Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Mar.08. Grid
20 230.52 155.01 0 39.4 39.4 Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Mar-08
III (NRSS-III) Strengthening Strengthening

System scheduled to be commissioned by Nov'07.


Western Region System Strengthening Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Mar.08. Grid
21 199.21 109.10 0 16.0 16.0 Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Mar-08 However, completion is delayed due to heavy rain in
Scheme - I (WRSS-1) Strengthening Strengthening
the region and ROW problem.
Upgradation of Talcher-Kolar HDVC Power Project already completed. Outlay kept for final Power Project commissioned in Jul'07 as against the
22 118.33 25.94 0 2.7 2.7 payments etc. Jul-07
Bipole Evacuation Evacuation schedule of Apr'08.
Project already completed. Outlay kept for left
over works & final payments etc. Major portion completed by Aug'06, against schedule
Trans. System for TALA (Powergrid Inter Regional Inter Regional of Jun'06. Balance LILO of Dadri-Ballabhgarh at Delhi
23 872.10 685.92 0 29.4 29.4 Aug-07
Portion) Power Transfer Power Transfer delayed due to ROW problem and testing / transit
damage in off-shore equipments.
Transmission System for Koldam Power Power
24 162.96 6.70 0 39.7 39.7 90 - Sep-08 Sep-08
H.E.P.(Powergrid) Evacuation Evacuation
Grid Grid
25 WR System Strengthening-IV 97.22 8.89 0 17.8 17.8 - 1 Aug-08 Aug-08
Strengthening Strengthening
System Strengthening in South Western
Grid Grid
26 of Northen Grid - Part B(earlier RAPP 150.25 4.59 0 69.5 69.5 150 - Mar-09 Oct-09
Strengthening Strengthening
5&6 Supplementary
System Strengthening-V in Southern Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Dec- Grid Completion delayed wrt schedule of Jun'07 due to
27 92.12 39.53 0 8.0 8.0 07. Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Jan-08
Regional Grid (SRSS-V) Strengthening Strengthening delay in supply of transformer by BHEL.

Completion likely to be delayed due to hold in supply


Strengthening of East West Inter Regional Inter Regional on account of WB funding issue. Issues now
28 803.70 0.00 0 353.0 353.0 425 - Mar-09 Jun-09*
Transmission Corridor Power Transfer Power Transfer resolved. Works being expedited to overcome
backlog.
Northern Region System Strengthening Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Dec- Grid Major portion completed within schedule of Jul'07.
29 271.80 262.25 0 3.8 3.8 07. Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Feb-08
Scheme -I (NRSS-1) Strengthening Strengthening Project delayed due to ROW problem.

System Strengthening -VI in Sourthern Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Feb- Grid Schedule Completion is Dec'07. Project delayed due
30 113.74 60.41 0 4.3 4.3 08. Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Feb-08
Regional grid (SRSS-VI) Strengthening Strengthening to delay in supply of Transformer.

Schedule Completion is Mar'07. Project delayed due


to initial delay in award and subsequently delay due to
System Strengthening Scheme in Grid Grid (a) difficult terrain (b) delay in commencement of civil
31 76.42 22.53 0 35.8 35.8 6 3 Jan-00 Sep-08
Uttaranchal Strengthening Strengthening works due to involvement of slope protection work
which was not envisaged earlier. C) Flooding of
Sitarganj S/S.

Generation project likely to be delayed beyond ATS


Transmission System associated with Power Power
32 98.47 22.69 0 15.3 15.3 115 - May-08 May-08 schedule of May'08, which shall affect the
SEWA-II HEP Evacuation Evacuation
commissioning of line.
Augmentation of Transformation Physical work planned to be completed by
Grid Grid
33 Capacity at MOGA & Amritsar in 47.28 2.21 0 4.1 4.1 schedule of Mar-08. Outlay kept for final Mar-08
Strengthening payments etc. Strengthening
Northern Region

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)
Grid Grid
34 System Strengthening In Roorkee Area 109.96 11.11 0 39.3 39.3 3 2 Mar-09 May-09
Strengthening Strengthening
Grid Project already completed in Jul'07. Outlay kept Grid
35 Unchahar-III Transmission System 73.47 23.78 0 4.2 4.2 for final payments etc.
Jul-07 Completed ahead of schedule (May-08)
Strengthening Strengthening
Grid Grid
36 WR System Strengthening-III (WRSS-III) 75.65 5.03 0 5.7 5.7 76 - Aug-08 Aug-08
Strengthening Strengthening
Transmission System Associated with Major portion completed by schedule of Dec'06.
Grid Physical work planned to be completed by Mar- Grid
37 Northern Region Strengthening Scheme - 247.78 235.30 0 7.9 7.9 08. Outlay kept for final payments etc.
Mar-08 Balance FSC at Mainpuri delayed due to delay in
Strengthening Strengthening
II (NRSS-II) completion by BHEL.
System Strengthening -VI in NR Grid Grid
38 186.95 0.00 0 105.7 105.7 10 - Mar-09 Jul-09
(Gurgaon S/Stn) (NRSS-VI) Strengthening Strengthening
Power Power
39 Transmission System for URI-II 238.25 0.32 0 51.0 51.0 - - Mar-09 May-11
Evacuation Evacuation
System Strengthening in NR-VIII (NRSS- Grid Grid
40 220.68 0.00 0 78.7 78.7 20 - Mar-09 Dec-09
VIII) Strengthening Strengthening
Supplies & major erection
expected to be completed during
41 National Load Despatch Centre(NLDC) 44.96 1.68 NLDC 0 10.9 10.9 2007-08. Outlay kept for balance
May-08 NLDC May-08
works, T&C & final payments etc.

Capacity Enhancement in East-West Inter Regional Project involve FSC. Outlay kept Inter Regional
42 103.80 0.00 0 71.3 71.3 for supplies.
Mar-09 Jul-09
Corridor in NR Power Transfer Power Transfer
Enterprise Wide Converged Information Information Outlay kept for balance works & Information
43 31.99 5.38 0 0.7 0.7 final payments etc.
Technology & Communication Network in Technology Technology
System Strengthening for NER Grid Outlay kept for supplies, initial Grid
44 58.93 0.00 0 51.5 51.5 works for both line & S/S.
Mar-09 Sep-09
(MISSING LINK) Strengthening Strengthening
Power Power Commissioning is linked with commissioning of
45 Transmission System for Prabati-III 557.25 0.45 0 51.6 51.6 150 - Mar-09 Jan-10
Evacuation Evacuation Generation project.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
Establishment of 400/220 KV GIS Power Power
48 262.10 0.00 0 51.5 51.5 development & initial line & S/S Mar-09 Sep-10
Pooling Station Near Chamera-III Evacuation works Evacuation

Only Sub-station extensions


(aug. of transformation capacity)
System Strengthening in NR-VII Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 30 months from 1st LOA,
49 61.00 0.00 0 2.1 2.1 involved. Outlay kept for Mar-09 May-10*
(NRSS_VII) Strengthening infrastructure development/ initial Strengthening expected by Nov'07.
civil works & supplies.

2nd Spare Cinverter Transformer for Grid Grid


50 25.59 0.00 0 0.1 0.1
Vizag Strengthening Strengthening
Grid Out lay kept for supply of Grid
51 Rihand Dadri convertor transformer 72.30 0.00 0 26.8 26.8 Converter Transformer.
Mar-09 Mar-09
Strengthening Strengthening
0.0 5422.3 5422.3

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)
B. NEW SCHEMES
Outlay kept for infrastructure
Northern region strengthening-765 Kv development, initial works for line
Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 48 months from Investment
1 System for NCR and Around (DVC & 0.00 0 78.3 78.3 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2011-12*
Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening approval.
Maithon in NR)
supplies.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
WR Strengthening Scheme - V (Vapi- Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 33 months from Investment
2 1.60 0 77.3 77.3 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2010-11
New Mumbai) Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening approval.
supplies.
Power Power Commissioning depends on commissioning of Parbati-
3 Power Grid Equity (Parbati-ii & Koldam) 0.00 0 25.8 25.8 - -
Evacuation Evacuation II & Koldam HEP Generation projects
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Transmission System for DVC Project Power Power Commissioning depends on commissioning of
4 0.00 0 402.5 402.5 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2011-12
and MAITHON RIGHT BANK Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation various projects of DVC & Maithon RB.
supplies.

Power Outlay kept for infrastructure Power


development, initial works for line
North East - NR/WR Interconnector Evacuation + Evacuation + Commissioning depends on commissioning of lower
5 3.29 0 510.3 510.3 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2011-12
(Subansiri & Kameng) Grid foundation & civil works and Grid Subanshiri & Kameng Gen. Projs.
Strengthening supplies. Strengthening

Power Grid Equity (Torrent Power Out lay kept for initial works for Power
6 0.01 0 15.5 15.5 line like survey, fdn. etc.
Transmission Project) Evacuation Evacuation
Power Grid Equity (Karcham Wangtoo Power Out lay kept for initial works for Power
7 0.00 0 15.5 15.5 line like survey, fdn. etc.
Transmission Project) Evacuation Evacuation
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 31 months from Investment
8 System Strengthening-II in ER (ERSS-II) 0.00 0 111.3 111.3 & Sub-stations, like survey, *
Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening approval.
supplies.
Outlay kept for supplies, initial
Project under Investment approval by GOI.
Grid works for both line & S/S. Grid
9 NR System Strengthening IX 0.00 0 196.9 196.9 Stringing planned during 2009-
Mar-09 2010-11* Sch. Compln.36 months from Invetsment approval,
Strengthening Strengthening
2010 anticipated by Jan'08.
Outlay kept for progressive
Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 30 months from Investment
10 WR Strengtheing Scheme-VII 0.00 0 5.2 5.2 payments against supply & 2010-11*
Strengthening erection Strengthening approval.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Transmission System associated with Power Power
11 0.00 0 51.5 51.5 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2011-12 Project under Investment Approval by GOI
SASAN (UMPP) Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation
supplies.

Outlay kept for infrastructure


Transmission System associated with Power development and initial line Power
12 0.00 0 51.5 51.5 works like survey, Foundation.
Mar-09 2011-12 Project under Investment Approval by GOI
MUNDRA (UMPP) Evacuation Evacuation
etc.

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)
Outlay kept for infrastructure
13 ER-II Headquaters 5.28 - 0 19.9 19.9 development
- 2009-10
Power Outlay kept for infrastructure Power
14 Tr. Sys. associated with K'patnam UMPP 0.00 0 10.3 10.3 development
2011-12
Evacuation Evacuation
Power Outlay kept for infrastructure Power Schedule Completion is 33 moths from Investment
15 Korba -III(500MW) 0.00 0 11.3 11.3 development
*
Evacuation Evacuation approval.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
16 SR-I&II COMPLEX 6.39 - 0 5.2 5.2 development
- 2009-10

Outlay kept for infrastructure


development, initial works for line Project under Investment Approval by
Grid Grid
17 WR Strengtheing Scheme-VI 0.00 0 51.5 51.5 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2010-11* POWERGRID's board. Schedule Completion is 27
Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening
moths from Investment approval.
supplies.
Project under Investment Approval by
Grid Outlay kept for infrastructure Grid
18 WR Strengtheing Scheme-IX 0.00 0 7.2 7.2 development
2010-11* POWERGRID's board. Schedule Completion is 33
Strengthening Strengthening
moths from Investment approval
Outlay kept for infrastructure
Transmission System for export of Power development, initial works for line
Power Power
19 from different projects from Sikkim to 0.00 0 216.4 216.4 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2011-12 Project under Investment Approval by GOI
Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation
NR/WR
supplies.

Outlay kept for infrastructure


Power development and progressive Power
20 Transmission System for Tehri PSP 0.00 0 154.5 154.5 payments against supplies &
2011-12 Project under Investment Approval by GOI
Evacuation Evacuation
erection

Outlay kept for infrastructure


development, initial works for line
Transmission System for evacuation of Power Power Project under Investment Approval by
21 0.00 0 61.9 61.9 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2010-11
CHAMERA-III HEP Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation POWERGRID's board.
supplies.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Power Power Project under Investment Approval by
22 Tutucorin (Powergrid Portion) 0.00 0 30.9 30.9 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2001-12
Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation POWERGRID's board.
supplies.
Outlay kept for initial works for
Grid line & Sub-stations, like survey, Grid Project under Investment Approval by
23 System Strengthening .-VIII IN SR 0.00 0 17.5 17.5 foundation & civil works and
Strengthening Strengthening POWERGRID's board.
supplies.

Transmission System for South West Inter Regional Outlay kept for infrastructure Inter Regional
24 0.00 0 5.2 5.2 development & initial works.
Inter Connection Power Transfer Power Transfer
LILO of Meramundali -Jeypore at Grid Grid
25 0.00 0 3.1 3.1 - -
Bolangir Strengthening Strengthening
Project under
Power Power
26 Kalpakkam PFBR 0.00 0 0.1 0.1 planning/formulation. Only token
Evacuation outlay kept. Evacuation

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Transmission System for Farrakka Stage- Power Power
27 0.00 0 39.0 39.0 & Sub-stations, like survey, 2009-10
III Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation
supplies.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
NR SYSTEM STRENGTHENING X Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 36 moths from Investment
28 0.00 0 164.8 164.8 & Sub-stations, like survey, *
(NRSS-X) Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening approval
supplies.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line
Grid Grid Schedule Completion is 36 moths from Investment
29 SYSTEM STRENGTHENING.-IX IN SR 0.00 0 15.5 15.5 & Sub-stations, like survey, *
Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening approval
supplies.

Outlay kept for infrastructure


Transmission System for Ennore JV with Power development, initial works for line Power Project under Investment Approval by
30 0.00 0 5.2 5.2 like survey, foundation & civil
TNEB Evacuation Evacuation POWERGRID's board.
works and supplies.

Project under
Power Power
31 Transmission System for Kishen Ganga 0.00 0 1.0 1.0 planning/formulation. Only token
Evacuation outlay kept. Evacuation

Project under
Power Power
32 Transmission System for Rampur 0.00 0 1.0 1.0 planning/formulation. Only token
Evacuation outlay kept. Evacuation

Transmission System Associated with Power Outlay kept for infrastructure Power
33 0.00 0 6.5 6.5 development & initial works.
2010-11
Simhadri-II Evacuation Evacuation
Power Power
Transmission System for Karcham Evacuation + Outlay kept for infrastructure Evacuation + Project under Investment Approval by
34 0.00 0 10.0 10.0 development & initial works.
2010-11
Wangtoo +System Beyond Abdullapur Grid Grid POWERGRID's board.
Strengthening Strengthening
Power Power
Transmission System for Sasan Mundra Evacuation + Outlay kept for infrastructure Evacuation +
35 0.00 0 10.0 10.0 development & initial works.
2011-12 Project under Investment Approval by GoI.
in Northen region Grid Grid
Strengthening Strengthening
Grid Outlay kept for infrastructure Grid Schedule Completion is 36 moths from Investment
36 WR STRENGTHENING SCHEME - X 0.00 0 10.5 10.5 development & initial works.
2010-11*
Strengthening Strengthening approval
Grid Outlay kept for infrastructure Grid Schedule Completion is 36 moths from Investment
37 WR STRENGTHENING SCHEME - XI 0.00 0 5.1 5.1 development & initial works.
2010-11*
Strengthening Strengthening approval
Project under
Transmission statement Associated with Power Power
38 0.00 0 2.1 2.1 planning/formulation. Only token
Jhajar Evacuation outlay kept. Evacuation

Outlay kept for infrastructure


development, initial works for line
Supplementary Scheme for Power Power
39 0.00 0 25.8 25.8 & Sub-stations, like survey, Project under Investment Approval by GoI.
Transmission System for DVC & Maithon Evacuation foundation & civil works and Evacuation
supplies.

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
OUTCOME BUDGET 2008-09
1. Projections are based on the proposed BE 2008-09. Hence the physical outputs / quantifiable deliverabled are tentative.
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer & Reactor erection, Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory works, advance payments for supplies / erection / engineering, Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable
laying and reactor etc
Rs. In Crore
Outlay BE 2008-09 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable
Objective / Outcome Projected Outcomes
(Rs. Crore) Deliverables for the year (08-09)
SL
NAME OF PROJECTS/SCHEMES Sanctione Cum. Exp Objective / Proposed IEBR BE Intermediate/ Final Date of Remarks/ Status/ Risk Factors
NO Transformer
d Cost till Outcomes NBS Stringing Process / Partial Completion
(Rs. Cr.) 31.03.07 Erection
(ckm) Time-liness of Projects
(Rs. Cr.) (no.)

Outlay kept for infrastructure


development, initial works for line Project under Investment Approval by
NR SYSTEM STRENGTHENING XI Grid Grid
40 0.00 0 82.0 82.0 & Sub-stations, like survey, * POWERGRID's board. Schedule Completion is 36
(NRSS XI) Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening
moths from Investment approval
supplies.
Outlay kept for infrastructure
development, initial works for line Project under Investment Approval by
NR SYSTEM STRENGTHENING XII Grid Grid
41 0.00 0 25.0 25.0 & Sub-stations, like survey, * POWERGRID's board. Schedule Completion is 36
(NRSS XII) Strengthening foundation & civil works and Strengthening
moths from Investment approval
supplies.
Project under
Transmission system for Nabhi Nagar- & Power Power
42 0.00 0 0.1 0.1 planning/formulation. Only token
Barh -II Evacuation outlay kept. Evacuation

Project under
Grid Grid
43 Darli-Palli Transmission System 0.00 0 0.1 0.1 planning/formulation. Only token
Strengthening outlay kept. Strengthening

Project under
Grid Grid
44 WR STRENGTHENING SCHEME - XII 0.00 0 0.1 0.1 planning/formulation. Only token
Strengthening outlay kept. Strengthening

45 Other New Schemes 0.00 New Schemes 0.0 0.0 New Schemes

2540.2 2540.2
C. COMPLETED SCHEMES
Transmission System Associated with Power Power
1 689.56 559.98 0 3.1 3.1 Project completed
Vindhyanchal-III STPP Evacuation Evacuation
System strenthening scheme in NR-ER
Grid Grid
2 (Formerly part of Tala Supplementary 336.18 437.45. 0 4.6 4.6 Project completed
Strengthening Strengthening
scheme)
3 Telecom Base Network 934.23 753.79 Telecom 70.0 70.0
SUB TOTAL COMPLETED SCHEMES
0 8040 8040
(D)

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SJVNL
Statement of Outlays & Outcomes/Targets (2008-09)
Rs. In Crores

Sl. Name of Objective Plan Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timelines Remarks/Risk


No. Scheme /outcome Budget (Processes primarily comprise)
/Programme/ 2008-09 (Rs.
In Crores)
Project

1 Nathpa Jhakri Commission 6.05 Major Civil Works


Hydro Electric ing of 1500 BTRDT Works. Balance payments of main works,Electrical Works(2 X 5 Sep. ,08
Project MW Power MVA, 22/6.6 kV Indoor Substation with allied equipment to
Project be installed at Nathpa, Distt. Kinnaur (HP), for Bhaba Tail
Race Water pumping for NJHPS (3.5 crores)

24.31 Electro-Mechanical Works


Procurement of Capital spares & LTC & Upper D/T cone (2 sets).,CC TV & Safety Dec.,08
Miscelleneous packages devices.(1.83 crores)

New Runner (4 No.) ( Rs. 19 Crores ) March ,09


4.05 Environmental Management CAT Plan( Rs. 4.00 Crores ) March,09
Plan
1.00 B- Land Land Acquisition in project area ( Part Compensation) March,09
(1 crores)

2 Rampur Hydro Construction Major Civil Works


Electric of RHEP 118.38 Package-I Mobilisation advance ( Rs. 23.28 Crores ) June,08
Project(412
Construction of Civil Works Machinery advance ( Rs. 23.28 Crores ) Nov, 08
MW)
for HRT from Station 50.61m Balance of Adit - I Running
to Station 12900m including payments upto
cut and cover section, River March, 09
Diversion Works, adits,
Balance of Adit - II Running
vehicular gates etc.
payments upto
March, 09
Balance of Adit - III Running
payments upto
March, 09
Spillway Tunnel and Spillway Structure March,09

113.80 Package-II Machinery advance ( Rs. 16.19 Crores ) Aug, 08

HRT Heading U/S (70%)(13.04 crores) Running


payments upto
March, 09
Surge Shaft 1st stage widening (15m dia.)(70%) and 2nd stage widening Running
(40m dia.)(8%) (22.80 crores) payments upto
March, 09

Press Shafts Valve H. & P.H. Surf. Excavation From EL 910 M to 878 M May, 08
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SJVNL
Statement of Outlays & Outcomes/Targets (2008-09)
Rs. In Crores

Sl. Name of Objective Plan Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timelines Remarks/Risk


No. Scheme /outcome Budget (Processes primarily comprise)
/Programme/ 2008-09 (Rs.
In Crores)
Project
Surf. Excavation From EL 878 M to 874.5 M Nov, 08
Dec. 08
Power House Foundation Grouting
Nov, 08
Service Bay Roofing ,Raft at EL-878 M and Col.Upto EL-895.0 M
Raft, and Col.Upto EL-888.5 M March ,09
Machine Hall
65.47 Electro-Mechanical Packages Appointment of CEA as Retainer Consultant (15%) Oct , 08

1.7 A- Preliminary

Geological Exploration& Thin section studies of rocks, Geological tools, Running


Instrumentation equipments and softwares, and Rock behaviour payments upto
March, 09
measurement (Instrumentation) etc.
9.215 B-Land ER&R/R&R Activities Cost of Private land required to be Dec,08
acquired/Purchased(2 crores) Oct ,08

Various R&R Scheme, Infrastructure development Running


Schemes & other misc. activities.(2.5 crores) payments upto
March, 09
Drinking water supply schemes/ Restoration of dried-
up water sources/water supply scheme from Deor
Khad. (2 crores)

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SJVNL
Statement of Outlays & Outcomes/Targets (2008-09)
Rs. In Crores

Sl. Name of Objective Plan Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timelines Remarks/Risk


No. Scheme /outcome Budget (Processes primarily comprise)
/Programme/ 2008-09 (Rs.
In Crores)
Project
7.88 K- Buildings Permanent residential building at Jhakri (Rs. 2.27 Crores ) March,09

Residential & Non - Residential


Buildings
Permanent residential building at Bayal(Type-A and Type-B Running
payments upto
March, 09

C/o of Permanent Non-residential Buildings at Bayal Sep,08


including EI ( i.e. Field Hostel, Office building. Site office,
site Lab., Rest shed, Hospital, store at Bhadrash,etc.
( Rs.5.14 Crores )

1.08 O-Miscellaneous
Arrangement of Power Supply at Bayal ( Arrangement of March, 09
power supply, underground cabling, street light, yard
illumination at Bayal)

Arrangement of Power Supply at Jhakri ( Underground March, 09


cabling, installation of feeder pillar/sub-feeder pillars for
distribution of LT Supply, TV & Telephone cables etc.)

Communication system(Upgradation of EPABX at Jhakri & March, 09


Bayal,Arrangement of HF/VHF, Wireless system etc.)(0.30
crores)
3.90 R-Communication ( Roads & PCD-155-Steel bridge at Duttnagar(15%) June ,08
Bridges)

C/O double lane steel truss bridge at Rampur.(65%) Running


payments upto
March, 09

7.41 X- Environment & Ecology Implementation of CAT Plan (24%) December, 08

Sewerage Treatment Facilities for Jagatkhana & Brow Sep,08


Towns in Distt. Kullu(HP) (30 %) .

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SJVNL
Statement of Outlays & Outcomes/Targets (2008-09)
Rs. In Crores

Sl. Name of Objective Plan Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timelines Remarks/Risk


No. Scheme /outcome Budget (Processes primarily comprise)
/Programme/ 2008-09 (Rs.
In Crores)
Project
24.86 Establishment. Continuous process.
3 Luhri Hydro Construction 3.35 Preliminary (Survey & Geological exploration,Drilling exploratory holes(1000 Running
Electric Project of LHEP Investigation) mtr)/Exploratory drifts(480 mtr)/Geo - technical studies payments upto
( 775 MW ) including payments to GSI etc March, 09

3.10 Land ,ER&R Compensation of standing crops,various R&R , Running


infrastructure development schemes.(3.1 crores) payments upto
March, 09
1.93 Buildings Cost of temporary structures,residential/non-residential Running Subject to Clearance to go ahead
buildings (1.93 crores) payments upto with execution of project after
March, 09 signing of Implementaion
6.14 Miscellaneous Elctrifications/ arrangement of construction power, C/O Running Agreement with Govt. of
220/66/22 KV S/station , communication system etc(6.13 payments upto Himachal Pradesh.
crores) March, 09
41.62 R-Communication Roads to different adits / project components and steel truss Running
bridge etc. payments upto
March, 09
7.74 Environment & Ecology Preparation of CAT plan ,Payment of Running
compensatory/afforestation in lieu of diversion of Forest payments upto
Land etc.(7.74 crores) March, 09
10.86 Establishment. Continuous process.

4 Khab Hydro Construction 11.67 Revised PFR and DPR Survey & Investigation Running Subject to Clearance to go ahead
Electric Project of KHEP preparation payments upto with execution of project after
( 1020 MW ) March, 09 signing of Implementaion
Agreement with Govt. of
Himachal Pradesh.

5 Devsari Dam Construction 6.44 Priliminary Drilling for Exploratory Holes,Drifting for Exploratory Running
HEP(252 MW) of Devsari Holes,Insitu rock testing,const. material survey and testing payments upto
Dam HEP March, 09

Consultant for DPR(1.75 crores) Sep ,08

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SJVNL
Statement of Outlays & Outcomes/Targets (2008-09)
Rs. In Crores

Sl. Name of Objective Plan Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timelines Remarks/Risk


No. Scheme /outcome Budget (Processes primarily comprise)
/Programme/ 2008-09 (Rs.
In Crores)
Project
2.85 Land/Buildings Leasing/acquisition of private Land/Const. of Resi/ March , 09
Non Residential Bldgs(2.85crores)

3.70 Miscellaneous arrangement of Power suuply at 11 KV at at different July ,08


location(2 .1crores)

0.55 R-Communication/Environment Const. of approaches roads to various components of Running


& Ecology Dam , HRT , & Bridges/EIA/ EMP Studies,Preparation payments upto
& Implementation of CAT Plan etc. March, 09

1.05 Establishment. Continuous process.

6 Naitwar Mori Construction 1.07 Priliminary Misc. surveys , Exploratory Drifts &Consultancy for Feb., 09
HEP ( 34.5 of NMHEP EIA/DPR etc.
MW)
8.00 Civil Works Constructions of Audits , Mobilization Adv. (5%) , Mach. Feb., 09
Adv. (10%) other civil works like Cons. Of HRT, Surge
Shaft etc.
1.10 Buildings Residensial /non Residensial Buildings(0.70 crores) Running
payments upto
March, 09
0.77 Miscellaneous /Environment & Communication system(EPABX)& VSAT /CAT Plan and Running
Ecology Preparation of Dumping sites etc. payments upto
March, 09

1.40 R-Communication Project roads for various components Oct, 08

0.79 Establishment. Continuous process.

7 Jakhol Sankari Construction 1.18 Priliminary Misc. surveys , Exploratory Drifts &Consultancy for Dec,08
HEP (36 MW) of JSHEP EIA/DPR etc.

0.92 Land Land acquisetion and its compensation May ,08


1.53 Miscellaneous/Buildings Communication system(EPABX)& VSAT /Residensial /non Running
/Environment & Ecology Residensial Buildings(0.70 crores)/CAT Plan and payments upto
Preparation of Dumping sites etc. March, 09

1.00 R-Communication Project roads for various components Running


payments upto
March, 09
0.74 Establishment. Continuous process.

Total Budget Estimate for 2008-09 = Rs.556.84 Crores


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DAMODAR VALLEY CORPORATION
OUTCOMES BUDGET 2008 - 2009

BE 2008 - 09 (Proposed) Remarks


Sl. Name of Project Objective/Outcome Outlay BE 2008-09 (Rs. Lakhs) Quantifiable Deliverables /Milestones /Outcomes (Targets) Processes /
No. Timelines

A. Ongoing Projects Non-Plan Plan IEBR


1 Mejia TPS Extn. Unit # 5 & 6 (2x250 MW), Capcity addition of 500 MW 1975.00 1] To complete Balance works 03/2009
Scheduled COD: U-5: 12/1/2007, U-6:12/3/2007
3 Chandrapura TPS Extn. Unit# 7 & 8 (2x 250 MW), Capcity addition of 500 MW 28066.90 Unit #7 : i) Coal Synchronisition 05/2008
Scheduled COD: U-7: 27/1/2007, U-8:27/3/2007
ii) Unit #7: COD by 06/2008
Unit #8 : i) Boiler Light-up. by 05/2008
ii) Oil Synchronisation. by 08/2008
iii) Coal Synchronisation. by 09/2008
iv) Unit#8 : COD by 10/2008
Total Ongoing schemes 30041.90
B. New Thermal Power Projects
Green Field Projects By DVC
1 Kodarma Stage-I:U # 1 & 2 (2x500 MW) Capacity addition of 1000 MW 109635.29 1) Start construction of Chimney (Civil) by 02/2008
2) Start Boiler col. Erection by 04/2008
3) Start Cooling tower construction (Civil) by 04/2008
4) Start Mill fdn. Construction by 05/2008
5) Start SW Yard fdn. Constructon (Civil) by 06/2008
6) Start fan fdn. constuction by 07/2008
7) Start BFP & CEP construction by 07/2008
8) Start SILO constuction (Civil) by 08/2008
9) Drum lift of Unit #1 by 09/2008
10) Commencement of Condenser erection. by 02/2009
11) Start Civil Constn. Of ESP control room. by 02/2009
12) Start Despatch or steam turbine by 03/2009
2 Durgapur Steel TPS U # 1&2 (2x500 MW) Capcity addition of 1000 MW 100033.65 1) Start construction of Chimney (Civil) by 04/2008
2) Start Cooling tower construction (Civil) by 05/2008
3) Start Boiler col. Erection by 05/2008
4) Start Mill fdn. Construction by 06/2008
5) Start SW Yard fdn. Constructon (Civil) by 07/2008
6) Start fan fdn. constuction by 07/2008
7) Start BFP & CEP construction by 08/2008
8) Start SILO constuction (Civil) by 09/2008
9) Drum lift of Unit #1 by 02/2009
10) Commencement of Condenser erection. by 03/2009
11) Start Despatch or steam turbine by 03/2009
12) Start Civil Constn. Of ESP control room. by 03/2009
3 Raghunathpur TPS: Unit # 1&2 (2x 500+20% MW) Capcity addition of 1200 MW 85009.41 1) Complete Land Acquisition by 08/2008
2) Achieve 25% of construction progress. by 03/2009
BE 2008 - 09 (Proposed)
Sl. Name of Project Objective/Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables /Milestones /Outcomes (Targets) Processes /
No. BE 2008-09 (Rs. Timelines
Lakhs)
Replacement /Extension Projects By DVC
4 Bokaro ‘A’ TPS (in place of existing units): (1x 500+20% MW) Capcity addition of 500 +20% MW 63046.24 1] Achieve 25% of construction progress by 3/2009

5 Mejia TPS Phase-II: Unit1&2 (2x 500 MW) Capcity addition of 1000 MW 138656.87 1) Start Erection & Commn of EOT Crane by 5/2008
2) Commencement of Condenser Erection of Unit#1 by 7/2008
3) Completion of TG Foundation for Unit#1 by 8/2008
4) Commencement of Fuel Oil PH Foundation by 9/2008
5) Start Erection & Commn of Switch Yard by 11/2008
6) Boiler Hydro Test of Unit#1 by 01/2009
Joint Venture Projects
6 Maithon RB TPS (1050 MW) [Equity contribution @26% from Capcity addition of 1050 MW 10903.48 1] To achieve about 20% progress of Project constn. work by 03/2009
DVC to MPL, proposed Joint Venture of TPC & DVC]
7 Bokaro Steel TPS [Equity Contribution @50% from DVC to Capcity addition of 750 MW 3000.00 Issue of LoA, Start construction activities. by 03/2009
BPSCL, a Joint Venture of DVC &SAIL] (3X250 MW)

Other Projects Likely for 12th Plan & Beyond


8 Ramgarh Stage I : U#1 & 2 (2X500 MW) Capacity addition of 1000 MW 0.00
9 Maithon LB TPS Stage I : U#1 & 2 (2X500 MW) Capacity addition of 1000 MW 0.00
10 Investigation / Feas. Studies / DPR etc. For future projects Studies, DPR etc. 500.00 Expenditure towards Investigation / Feas. Studies / DPR etc. For future by 03/2009
to be proposed, if any (other than mentioned projects) projects to be proposed, if any (Including Ramgarh TPS)

Total: New Thermal Power Projects :1] to 8] 510784.95


C. Dam/Hydel Projects
1 Belpahari Dam/Hydel Study by Consultant 201.70 To complete the study by the Consultant by 03/2009
Total :Dam/Hydel Projects : 201.70
BE 2008 - 09 (Proposed)
Sl. Name of Project Objective/Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables /Milestones /Outcomes (Targets) Processes /
No. BE 2008-09 (Rs. Timelines
Lakhs)

D. T& D schemes
TSC Schemes : 1) T & D Main Works : Erection/ Commissioning of 27234.19 1) 400 KV D/C RTPS-RANCHI (PG) by 03/2010
Projects within schedule time
frame to facilitate T&D of
Power.
2) 400 KV D/C DSTPS-RTPS by12/2009
3) 400KV D/C DGP (PG) - JSR (PG) S/C LILO at DSTPS by12/2009
3) 400KV D/C MAITHON (PG) - RANCHI (PG) S/C LILO at RTPS by12/2009
5)220 KV D/C MTPS- GOLA- RAMGARH by12/2008
6) 220 KV CTPS-MTPS LILO at KLNS and Extn. To MAITHON (PG) by11/2008
7) 220 KV CTPS-MAITHON LILO at DHANBAD and 132 KV by03/2009
GOVINDAPUR-DHANBAD LINE
8) 220 KV D/C DHANBAD-GIRIDIH by06/2009
9) 220 KV D/C KODARMA-GIRIDIH by11/2009
LINKED WITH LAND OF
10) 220 KV BARJORA-ULUBERIA, BTPS-JSR LILO AT GOLA GOLA & ULUBERIA
11) 220 KV BARJORA S/S extn. & 132 KV infrastructure. by03/2008
12) 220 KV DHANBAD S/S by03/2009
13) 220 KV GIRIDIH, GOLA & KODERMA by06/2010
14) 220 KV S/S AT ULUBERIA LINKED WITHLAND OF
ULUBERIA

15) 132 KV JAMURIA S/S by03/2008


16) 132 KV PORADIH S/S LAND NOT FINALISED

2) R&A of T&D : R&A of projects within scheduled time 3696.40 1) Reconductoring work of 132 KV CTPS-Putki Line by11/2008
2) Misc. R&A work at different S/S & Transmission lines by03/2009
Total T& D schemes To facilitate T&D of power 30930.59
E. Communication schemes
1) Power line carrier Communication (PLCC) Speech and data communication for 186.92 1] Erection by 04/08
132 KV Jamuria sub -stn.
Speech and data communication 1] Erection by 04/08
between existing CTPS 220 KV
(CTPS A) & new CTPS 220 KV
(CTPS B)
Speech and data communication 1)Obtaining operating frequency clearance 2) Procurement of meterial by 1)04/2008
between Mejia - ramgarh and in 3) Erection & commissioning 2)10/2008
upcoming Dhanbad sub -stn. 3)03/2009
2) Satellite Communication (VSAT) Speech and data communication for 92.15 SACFA clearance by 03/09
Bunipur Nimiaghat,koderma barjora
Durgapur220 KV sub stn.
Augmentation of VSAT bandwidth Commissioning by 06/2008
for relay retrofiting.
3) Very High frequency Communication (VHF) Speech communication for North 2.30 1)Obtaining operating frequency clearance 2) Erection & by 1) 04/08
Karanapura sub-stn. And 132 KV commissioning 2) 04/2008
Ray sub. Stn.
BE 2008 - 09 (Proposed)
Sl. Name of Project Objective/Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables /Milestones /Outcomes (Targets) Processes /
No. BE 2008-09 (Rs. Timelines
Lakhs)
4) Unified Load Despatch & communication scheme (ULDC) speech and data intregration of 543.47 Commissioning by 04/08
Barjara -Durgapur 220 KV sub-
stn.and Unit 5&6 & of Mejia with
STDC Maithon DVC HQ Kolkata
and RSCC Tollygunge.
Data intregration of additional 1) Placement of work order 2) Commissioning by 1) 04/2008
feeders in Kalyaneswari DTPS 2) 09/2008
Ramgarh Durgapur 220 KV Mejia
with SLDC Maithon, HQ Kolkata &
RSCC Tollygunge.
Intregration of CTPS B U#7&8 with 1) Placement of work order 2) Commissioning by 1) 04/2008
SLDC Maithon DVC, HQ Kolkata 2) 04/2008
and RSCC Tollygunge.
5) Carrer Replacement Establishment of Career protection of 0.52 Commissioning by 03/2009
HV line through replaced PLCC
equipement of Kharagpur -kolaghat -
Kharagpur -Musaboni section.
825.36
F. R&M (OS&U Section) Schemes
R & M Schemes:
Phase - II Improved Performence 8.00 Completion of Balance work of 9th Plan activities and closing of 8th by 03/09
and 9th plan contracts.
Phase - III Improved Performence 47.35 Completion of Balance work of 9th Plan activities and closing of 8th by 03/09
and 9th plan contracts.
Phase - IV
1) Maithon Hydel Stn. Unit#2. RMU/LE 250.16 Payment of Pending works bill and closing of contract. by 06/08
2) Maithon Hydel Stn. Unit#1 & 3 RMU/LE 250.00 Payment of consultancy services of R&M/LE of the units. by 06/08
3) Panchet Hydel Stn. Unit#1. RMU/LE 200.00 i) Payment of consultancy of R&M/LE of the unit i) by 05/08
ii) Advance payment for equipments ii) by 11/08
Total R & M: 755.51 by 03/08
Sub Total R&M : Ph. II + Ph. III + Ph. IV 755.51
G. Pollution: Dry Ash Disposal System for BTPS'B' (3x 210 For Environmental compliance 239.15 Commissioning of Dry Ash Disposal Sys by 03/2009
MW)
H. Equity Contribution to BPSCL 3000.00 Equity contribution to BPSCL as per requirement of Renovation works by 03/2009
of existing Power Plant at Bokaro Steel city

I. Refurbishment /Extension/Improvement To improve performance of 84485.42 Completion of refrubishement programme by 03/2009


Gen. Units with improved
Infrastructural network.
Grand Total in Rs. Lakhs :A to I 661264.58
Grand Total in Rs. Crs. : 6612.65
Outcomes Targets 2008 - 09 dt. 30.01.2008
Tehri Hydro Development Corporation Limited
Outcome Budget 2008-09
Sl. Name of Objective Approved Outlay 2008-09 (In Quantifiable Deliverables/ Physical Outputs Processes Projected Remarks
No. Schemes/ /Outcome Rs. Crore) / Outcome
Programme Timelines
Non- Plan Complemen
Plan Budget tary Extra-
Budget Budgetary
Resources

1 2 3 4(I) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 8


1 Tehri Dam & Hydro 0.00 0.00 0.87 Provision for completion of balance works Hydro Project commisioned
HPP Power + Generation- 2550 MU Power in March'07
(1000MW) Generation 110.85(*) Generation
2 Koteshwar Hydro 0.00 0.00 414.51 Civil Works of (Dam & Power House) Sep-08
HEP Power I) Concreting in Power intake up EL- 600.00M. Jun-08
(400MW) Generation Ii) Concreting in dam & Spillway up to EL- 562.00M. Dec-08
iii) Concreting in dam & Spillway up to EL - 576.00M. July-08
iv) Completion of Column, Beam in Service Bay up to EL - Mar-09
563.00M. (Crane Beam level) Aug-08
v) Completion of Column, Beam in Power House up to EL - Feb-09 Hydro
563.00M (Crane Beam level) Oct-08 Power
vi) First Stage Concreting in Power House up to EL - 526.70M. Dec-08 Generation
vii) Erection of Penstock Liner of Unit-IV (Except 4 ferrules Jan-09
connecting to Spiral Casing)
viii) Erection of EOT Crane in Service Bay
ix) Erection of DT Elbow liners & DT Cones in Ist Unit.
x) Erection of DT Elbow liners & DT Elbow liners & DT Cones in
2nd Unit.
3 Vishnugad Hydro 0 10.00 192.36 i) Carrying out addl.Environmental Impact Assessment studies for Nov'08
Pipalkoti Power Vishnugad Pipalkoti HEP
(444MW) Generation ii) Start of Major Civil works after award of EPC contract Hydro
iii) Construction of Bridges Power
iv) Construction of Approach Roads Generation
v) Construction of Residential & Non- Residential Buildings
vi) Land Acquistion
4 Tehri PSP Hydro 95.00 86.18 i) Access Adit - 7A to top of Machine Hall (337 RM) Aug-08
Hydro
(1000MW) Power ii) Adit -8 (Approach to bottom of D/S Surge Shaft (604 RM) May-08
Power
Generation iii) Adit -9 (Approach to TRTs of PSP) (720 RM) Dec-08
Generation
iv) Start of major Civil works after award of EPC contract
Sl. Name of Objective Approved Outlay 2008-09 (In Quantifiable Deliverables/ Physical Outputs Processes Projected Remarks
No. Schemes/ /Outcome Rs. Crore) / Outcome
Programme Timelines
Non- Plan Complemen
Plan Budget tary Extra-
Budget Budgetary
Resources

1 2 3 4(I) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 8


5 New Projects Hydro Jan.'09 Bokang Bailing HEP falls
under Askot Musk Deer
i) Karmoli (140 Power
Sanctuary. Also It has
MW) Generation been intimated by Forest
ii) Gohana Tal Deptt.,GOUA in Aug.’06,
(60MW) that Project sites of
iii) Jadhganga Karmoli (140 MW) &
Jadhganga (50 MW)
(50MW)
comes under “ Gangotri
iv) Malari National Park”. To carry
Jhelam out any Survey &
(55MW) Investigation on these
v) Jhelam 0.00 Hydro three Project sites,
permission of Hon’ble
Tamak 6.00 + Power Supreme Court would be
(126MW) 6.00(*) Generation required. Regarding
vi) Bokang Gohana Tal, GOUA has
Bailing allotted three small
projects to private
(330MW)
developers in the reach of
Project. Matter has been
taken up with GOUA and
CEA for optimum utilization
of available potential.

693.92
111.00 +
116.85(*)
Note : 1) Plan Budget includes GBS from the Govt.
2) Complementary Extra-Budgetary Resources includes Commercial borrowings.
(*) Includes contribution of State Government of U.P.
Chapter – III

Major Initiatives/ Reforms & Policy Measures

1. Accelerated Power Distribution Reform Programme During XIth Plan (Under


Proposal for Restructuring)

1.1 The Accelerated Power Development Reforms Programme (APDRP) was


launched in 2002-03 as additional central assistance to the States for strengthening
and up gradation of sub-transmission and distribution systems of high-density load
centers like towns and industrial areas. The main objectives of the programme were to
reduce AT&C loss, reduction of commercial loss and improvement in quality and
reliability of supply.

1.2 The Ministry of Power constituted a Task Force headed by Shri. P. Abraham,
former Secretary, Ministry of Power, Government of India, to assess and analyze the
current efforts, suggestions made by various agencies and to suggest restructuring of
the programme to better achieve the objectives of APDRP. The Task Force in its
report recommended continuation of the programme during XI Plan with modified
conditionalities and with realistic and firm targets.

1.3 The Task Force recommended that there should be graded loss reduction
targets, grant should be increased to 50%, there should be a provision for training
utility personnel, hiring consultants, undertaking studies and project evaluation etc.,
and tender documents and specifications should be standardised. The focus of the
programme should be on actual, demonstrable performance in terms of loss reduction.
Establishment of reliable and automated systems for sustained collection of accurate
base line data, and the adoption of Information Technology in the areas of energy
accounting will be desirable before sanctioning any projects. This will enable
objective evaluation of the performance of utilities before and after implementation of
the programme, and will enforce internal accountability leading to pressure to
perform on officers and staff.

1.4 To overcome the delays in transferring the fund from State Governments to
utilities, the re-structured APDRP had been proposed as Centrally Sponsored Scheme
initially. Subsequently, the same has been changed as Central Sector Scheme on the
recommendation of Planning Commission.
1.5 The main objectives of the Restructured APDRP during XIth Plan are to bring
about efficiency and commercial viability into power sector by way of Aggregate
Technical and Commercial (AT&C) loss reduction in the APDRP project areas
through strengthening & up gradation of Sub-Transmission and Distribution network,
,establishment of reliable & sustainable systems and adoption of Information
Technology in the areas of energy accounting & auditing. The use of IT will allow
real time monitoring of quality of power and service to consumers.

1.6 The EFC memo of the restructured APDRP scheme has been circulated to
all appraising agencies on 13.12.2007.

2. ULTRA MEGA POWER PROJECTS

2.1 Development of Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs) has been identified as a
thrust area. These are very large sized projects, approximately 4000 MW each
involving an estimated investment of about Rs.16,000 crore. These projects intend
to meet the power needs of a number of States / distribution companies located in
these States, and are being developed on a Build, Own, and Operate (BOO) basis.
In view of the fact that promotion of competition is one of the key objectives of
the Electricity Act, 2003, and of the legal provisions regarding procurement of
electricity by distribution companies, identification of the project developer for
these projects is being done on the basis of tariff based competitive bidding.
Guidelines for determination of tariff for procurement of power by distribution
licencees have been notified in January 2005 under the provisions of the
Electricity Act, 2003. The Power Finance Corporation (PFC), a PSU under the
Ministry of Power, has been identified as the nodal agency for this initiative.

2.2 Objectives of the UMPP Initiative

(i) To achieve capacity addition at an accelerated pace to meet the burgeoning


demand for electricity.

(ii) The tariff from large size generation projects would have the benefits of
economies of scale and thus the cost of electricity generated from these projects is
expected to be lower.

(iii) For accelerating financial closure, Independent Power Producers (IPP) experience
suggests desirability of government intervention for mitigating risks relating to tie
up of land, fuel, water and other statutory clearances.

(iv) Experience of this initiative would facilitate development of State specific power
projects through tariff based competitive bidding.
(v) The Ultra Mega Power Projects would use Super Critical Technology with a view
to achieve higher levels of fuel efficiency, which results in saving of fuel and
lower green-house gas emissions.

2.3 Targets and Achievements

2.3.1 The first three Ultra Mega Power projects i.e. Sasan in Madhya Pradesh, Mundra
in Gujarat and Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh are already at implementation stage. In
addition, bidding process in respect of Tilaiya UMPP is currently on and at RfQ stage, 13
bids have been received which are under evaluation.

2.3.2 The bidding process being followed in respect of Ultra Mega Power Projects is,
inter-alia, based on Standard Bid Documents, based on which projects specific bidding
documents are prepared. The SBDs were issued on 31st March, 2006 in accordance with
Section, 63 of the Electricity Act and keeping in view the feed back received from
various stakeholders and the experience gained during the course of implementation of
the first set of the UMPPs, it has been amended 6 times. The document, inter-alia,
mandates completion of certain activities prior to each milestone associated with the
bidding process. For example, before the publication of the RfQ following activities are
required to be completed before the event takes place.

Ø Land: Section 4 notification under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 should have
been issued for land of power station.
Ø Environmental clearance: Rapid EIA report for power station should be available.
Ø Fuel arrangements: Fuel linkage or allocation of coal mine(s) should be available,
if applicable.
Ø Water linkage should be available.

2.3.3 State Governments are required to play a very major role in the setting up of the
UMPPs. In fact, no major activity can be started without a clear identification of a
suitable site by the State Government concerned (including water linkage in respect of
pit-head projects). From the current status of UMPPs it emerges that while it is very
likely that bidding process would also be over shortly in respect of Tillaiya UMPP, 5
more projects to be located in Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and
Maharashtra could be brought at bidding stage provided required support for
identification of site and required linkage of water (for pit-head projects) is extended by
the respective State Governments.
3. Accelerated Capacity Addition Programme

3.1 The Government is consistently working towards fulfilling the commitment made in
the National Electricity Policy with regard to meeting demand for power and eliminating
both peaking and energy shortages by 2012. An unprecedented capacity addition of
78,577 MW during XI Plan is being targeted to meet these objectives. This is a
challenging task as the proposed capacity addition is significantly higher than the
cumulative achievement of the last three Plans. Effective steps have been taken for
realization of target capacity addition. Already 86% of the target addition has either been
commissioned or is under execution. Placement of orders for construction remaining
projects is likely to be completed shortly.

3.2 From the point of view of energy security, coal will continue to be the dominant
fuel for power generation. Efficient technologies need to be encouraged both on the
demand side as well as the supply side keeping in view the environmental concerns.
During the course of 11th Plan 14% of the total capacity planned on coal would be on
Super Critical Technology. Increasingly emphasis would be on setting up of large coal
based capacities based on clean coal technologies including the Super Critical
Technology. All the Ultra Mega Power Plants are based on this technology. The massive
capacity addition programmes through the Eleventh and Twelfth Plans will benefit in the
long term from an enhancement and diversification of the indigenous manufacturing
capacity for super critical thermal generation. Setting up of manufacturing facilities for
power plant equipment and machinery including boilers and turbine generators for super
critical plants will be encouraged indigenously. A strategy is being finalized to invite
International Competitive Bidding for a bulk order for 12th Plan projects to be developed
on super critical technology with an inbuilt provision for establishing manufacturing
facilities in India including progressive indigenization of technology.

4. Focus on Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency

4.1 The per capita consumption of energy in India is amongst the lowest in the world.
India consumed 530 kg of oil equivalent (kgoe) per person of primary energy in 2004
compared to 1240 in China and the world average of 1770. The per capita consumption
of electricity in India in 2005-06 has been reported as 631 units with the world average
being 2596 units per capita. In China the per capita consumption is 1802 units while in
USA it is 13640 units and in OECD countries put together 8365 units. Through the Rajiv
Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, it is proposed to enhance the access and
availability of power to the remotest villages in the country. To deliver a sustained
economic growth rate of 8 to 9% through 2031-32 and to meet life line energy needs of
all citizens, India needs, at the very least to increase its primary energy supply by 3 to 4
times and electricity generation capacity about 6 times. As a result, energy service
demand growth rates will keep on increasing because of accelerated industrialization,
urbanization, and an emerging consumer society. While trying to balance out increasing
energy demand with concerns of climate change, a proactive energy efficiency and
conservation programme will be pursued for retaining a lower level of energy intensity
aimed at making our economy competitive, conserving fossil fuels and mitigating climate
change.
4.2 Various Demand Side Measures (DSM) have been initiated by the Government to
promote energy conservation and efficiency. Government has approved a voluntary
scheme that seeks to promote replacement of inefficient incandescent bulbs with
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) by leveraging the sale of Certified Emission Rights
(CERs) under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). A Standards and Labeling
Programme has also been launched by the Government to promote use of energy efficient
equipment and appliances in the country through consumer guidance. Further, the Energy
Conservation Building Code (ECBC) has been launched to reduce energy consumption in
new commercial buildings. The Code has been designed for each of the five climate
zones of the country. Besides, Government has approved a scheme for the strengthening
of SDAs (State Designated Agencies) for capacity building at the state level.

5. Development of Merchant Power Plants (MPPs)

5.1 In response to the provisions of the National Electricity Policy, 2006, allowing a
part of new generating capacities, say 15%, to be sold outside long term PPAs to promote
market development, Ministry of Power has taken several initiatives to promote
development of Merchant Power Plants (MPPs). The MPPs increase short term supplies
of electricity and can provide the additional generating reserves that India needs. They
are a modern and market-based partial answer to energy challenges being faced by the
country

5.2 Ministry of Power has taken following operational measures to encourage setting
up of Merchant Power Plants:-

(i) Fuel tie-ups are being facilitated for Merchant Power Plants. Coal block
allocations and linkages have been given to IPPs, Captive Power Plants and
proposed Merchant Power Plants.
(ii) Open access in transmission has been introduced in the Electricity Act, 2003.
In distribution, open access is to be introduced in phases. For consumers with
requirement of more than one Mega Watt open access is to be mandatorily
introduced by January, 2009.
6. Crash Programme for Augmentation of Power Supply in Delhi in view of
Commonwealth Games.

6.1 Ministry of Power has identified shelves of projects for taking care of electricity
needs of city of Delhi in view of Commonwealth Games to be held in 2010 in the capital.
The identified projects are Dadri-II Expansion (2x500 MW), and Jhajjar Project (3x500
MW) of NTPC Ltd., and Mejia Project (1000 MW), Koderma Project (2x500 MW) and
Durgapur (2x500 MW) of DVC. The generation projects along with associated power
transmission and distribution systems are being monitored regularly in the Ministry of
Power by a High Level Inter-ministerial Monitoring Committee constituted under
chairmanship of Secretary (Power).

7. Private Sector Participation in Transmission

7.1 Ministry of Power has notified Guidelines for encouraging competition in


development of Transmission Projects and Tariff Based Competitive Bidding Guidelines
for Transmission Service under Section 63 of the Electricity Act, 2003. As per the
provisions in these guidelines, an Empowered Committee under the chairmanship of
Member, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission has been constituted with
representatives from Ministry of Power, Planning Commission, Central Electricity
Authority (CEA), Powergrid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) and two experts from the
power sector. This Committee has identified 14 transmission projects to be developed by
the private sector through tariff based competitive bidding. Rural Electrification
Corporation (REC) and Power Finance Corporation (PFC) have been entrusted the task of
formulating Feasibility Report/Detailed Project Report for these transmission lines and to
invite bids under the supervision of the Empowered Committee. REC has invited
Expression of Interest for the following two projects :-

(i) Evacuation System for North Karanpura – Rs.4100 crs.


(ii) Talcher Augmentation System – Rs. 900 crs.

Similarly PFC has invited Expression of Interest for :-

(i) Evacuation System for Maithon Right Bank(1000 MW),


Koderma(1000MW) & Bokaro Extn. (500MW) - Rs. 4200 crs.
(ii) Scheme for enabling import of NER/ER power by NR - Rs.1800 crs.

The standard RFQ document has been finalized and standard RFP document is in the
process of finalization.
8. National Grid:

8.1 Generation capacities and demand points are unevenly distributed across the country
due to various natural and historical factors. Furthermore, demand for power, (and to
some extent, even its supply), is characterized by intra-day and seasonal variations. An
integrated power transmission grid helps in evening out supply-demand mismatches. In
addition, mechanisms for trading and exchange and open access facility into the grid
could help in making the market for electricity more competitive and cost effective. The
existing Inter-regional transmission capacity of about 17,000 MW that connects the
Northern, Western, Eastern and North Eastern regions in a synchronous mode (at the
same frequency) and the Southern region asynchronously has enabled inter-regional
energy exchange of about 38 billion kWh (Jan.-Nov., 2007). It is expected that the inter-
regional capacity of more than 37,700 MW would be achieved by the end of the Eleventh
Plan. Proposals are underway to have synchronous integration of Southern region with
rest of the regions forming an all-India synchronous grid.

9. Trading of Electricity:

9.1 Under the Electricity Act 2003, ‘Trading’ has been recognized as a distinct
licensed activity in addition to distribution and transmission. Trading helps in resource
optimization by facilitating disposal of surplus power with distribution utilities on the one
hand and in meeting short-term peak demand on the other hand. The Central and State
Electricity Regulatory Commissions have powers to grant interstate and intra state
trading licenses respectively. CERC has granted 26 inter-state trading licenses so far.
Traders are categorized on the basis of volume of electricity to be traded and net worth of
the trader.

Table 9.9: Inter-State trading in electricity


Period Volume Weighted Weighted Trading
of average average sale margin
Electric purchase price (Rs./kwh)
ity price (Rs./kwh)
Traded (Rs./kwh)
(MUs)
2005-06 14188.31 3.14 3.23 0.09
2006-07 15022.74 4.47 4.51 0.04
April – June, 07 4716.50 4.60 4.64 0.04
July-Sept.,07 7226.51 3.33 3.37 0.04

9.2 CERC has issued guidelines for setting up power exchanges. It has also given
approval to one application for setting up power exchange. This would further facilitate
competition in the electricity.
10. Policy Initiatives
10.1 Rural Electrification Policy

· The Central Government has notified Rural Electricity Policy under section 4 & 5
of the Electricity Act, 2003 on 23rd August 2006.

The Policy aims at: -


• Provision of access to electricity to all households by year 2009.
• Quality and reliable power supply at reasonable rates.
• Minimum lifeline consumption of 1 unit per household per day as a merit
good by year 2012.

10.2 Tariff policy

· Under the provisions of Electricity Act 2003,Central Government has notified the
tariff policy, evolved in consultation with the State Governments, CERC and
various stakeholders. To promote competition, the policy provides that all future
requirements of power should be procured competitively, except in the case of
one- time expansion of existing projects, or where a State-controlled publicly
owned company has been identified as the developer. A transition period of five
years has been indicated for achieving the goal of developing generation and
transmission projects in the public sector also through competitive bidding only.
The policy lays down a timeframe for rationalization of electricity tariffs and
mandates reduction of the cross subsidies to within a band of + 20% by the end of
year 2010-11. The policy clearly says that provision of free electricity is not
desirable, as it encourages wasteful consumption of electricity and, in most of the
cases, depletion of the water table. To facilitate choice of supply to the consumers
through open access in distribution, the policy provides unambiguous
methodology for calculating cross-subsidy surcharge and its time bound
reduction. It also lays down mechanism for arranging back-up supply for such
consumers.

10.3 Guidelines for procurement of electricity

· In compliance with section 63 of the Electricity Act, 2003, the Central


Government had notified guidelines for procurement of power by Distribution
Licensees through competitive bidding. Central Government has also issued the
standard bid document containing RFQ, RFP and model PPA for long term
procurement of power from projects having specified site and location.
10.4 Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2007:

The Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2007, enacted on 29th May, 2007 and brought into
force w.e.f 15.6.2007 amends certain provisions of the Electricity Act, 2003. Its main
features are:

· Central Government, jointly with State Governments will endeavour to


provide access to electricity to all areas including villages and hamlets through
rural electricity infrastructure and electrification of house-holds;
· No License required for sale from captive units.
· Deletion of the provision for elimination of cross subsidies. The provision for
reduction of cross subsidies would continue.
· Definition of theft expanded to cover use of tampered meters and use for
unauthorized purpose. Theft made explicitly cognizable and non-bailable.

10.5 New Hydro Policy

India has an estimated hydro generating potential of about 1,50,000 MW of which


about 34,000 MW has been developed so far. Government has taken several other
initiatives to promote development of hydro power. In order to realize the full hydro
potential, Government has recently approved a new Hydro Power Policy. The new policy
seeks to provide a level playing field for public and private sectors, and also to balance the
competing demands of various stake holders involved in the development of hydro power
project. It seeks to extend the same dispensation to private sector hydro projects as is
available to PSUs under the Tariff Policy of 2006 till January, 2011, that is, the tariff of
these projects would be fixed by the regulator in the same manner as for PSU Projects
under Section 62 of the Electricity Act 2003. However, any expenditure incurred by the
Project developer for acquiring the site from the State Governments will not form a part of
the project cost, thus protecting the interests of the consumers. In order to enable the
project developers to recover such costs, the developer will be allowed 40% of the
saleable energy through merchant sales.

This dispensation, however, is contingent upon a transparent procedure being


followed by the host State in allotting projects and upon timely achievement of specified
milestones. There will be a progressive reduction of the merchant power quantum of 40%
if there is delay in commissioning the project. The concurrence by CEA, all clearances,
financial closures and award of work will have to take place by January, 2011. The
project developer would also have to set apart 1% of the power towards the development
of the local area over and above 12% free power to home State(s). A similar 1%
matching contribution is expected from the host state for local area development. Further,
the project authorities will also bear 10% State Government’s contributions for
electrification of villages in the affected area under RGGVY. The project developer will
also provide 100 units of free power to each project affected family (PAF) per month for
a period of 10 years. This will provide a regular stream of revenue for the welfare of the
project affected people. With this new Hydro Power Policy, it is expected that project
developers will be able to reach financial closure early, the consumers will not have to
pay unduly high tariff and project affected families (PAFs) will get a better R&R
package.

10.6 Operationalisation of open access:

Open access is one of the key features of Electricity Act, 2003. Open access in
inter-state transmission is fully operational. To give a fresh impetus to implementation of
open access over transmission lines of state Utilities and over the distribution networks,
the Ministry of Power convened a conference of Chief Secretaries in April 2007 and a
conference of Chief Ministers in May 2007. The Ministry of Power also convened a
meeting of the Forum of Regulators (FOR) and the State Power Secretaries on
operationalisation of open access at State level. The SERCs have resolved to actively
operationalise open access. The Forum has launched a website
www.forumofregulators.org to display the open access charges and status of open access
applications in various States.
CHAPTER –IV

PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE OF SCHEMES & PROJECTS

INTRODUCTION

1.0 This Chapter gives the review and highlights of the various projects and schemes of
the Ministry of Power under the following headings:-
(1) Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana
(2) Generation
(3) Transmission
(4) Capacity Building and Programme Assessment
(i) Ministry of Power Secretariat
(ii) Central Electricity Authority

Salient features and performance highlights of the main schemes are as follows:-

(a) Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana

The scheme “Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana” (RGGVY) for Rural
Electricity Infrastructure and Household Electrification has been introduced in April,
2005 for the attainment of the National Common Minimum Programme of providing
access to electricity to all rural households in four years. Rural Electrification
Corporation (REC) is the nodal agency.

SCOPE OF THE SCHEME

Under the scheme, projects could be financed with capital subsidy for provision of:

Rural Electricity Distribution Backbone (REDB)

Provision of 33/11 KV (or 66/11 KV) sub-stations of adequate capacity and lines in
blocks where these do not exist.

Creation of Village Electrification Infrastructure (VEI)

i) Electrification of un-electrified villages.


ii) Electrification of un-electrified habitations with a population of above100.
iii) Provision of distribution transformers of appropriate capacity in electrified
villages / habitation(s).
Decentralized Distributed Generation (DDG) and Supply

Decentralized distribution-cum-generation from conventional or renewable or non-


conventional sources such as biomass, bio fuel, bio gas, mini hydro, geo thermal and
solar etc. for villages where grid connectivity is either not feasible or not cost effective.
The funding will be on the pattern of 90% subsidy from Government of India and 10%
loan from REC or from own funds of the state /loan from financial institutions. The
Monitoring Committee of RGGVY, while sanctioning DDG projects under RGGVY,
shall coordinate with MNRE to avoid any overlap. The provision for subsidy
requirement for DDG is Rs. 540 crore.

REDB, VEI and DDG would indirectly facilitate power requirement of agriculture and
other activities including irrigation pump sets, small and medium industries, khadi and
village industries, cold chains, healthcare, education and IT etc. This would facilitate
overall rural development, employment generation and poverty alleviation.

Rural Household Electrification of Below Poverty Line Households:

(i) BPL households will be provided free electricity connections. The rate of
reimbursement for providing free connections to BPL households would be Rs.2200 per
household.

(ii) The date for revised cost of providing BPL connection will be from the date of
approval of the Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana i.e. 3.01.2008.

(iii) Households above poverty line would be paying for their connections at prescribed
connection charges and no subsidy would be available for this purpose.

(iv) Wherever SC/ST population exists amongst BPL households and subject to being
eligible otherwise, they will be provided connection free of cost and a separate record will
be kept for such connection.

The over-all subsidy of components from Paras 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.5 taken together should be
kept within 90% of the over-all project cost.
2. Implementation of a three-tier quality monitoring mechanism.

The projects under the scheme will be subject to Quality Monitoring Mechanism. The
details of the Three Tier Quality Control Mechanism are given below:-

A THREE TIER QUALITY CONTROL MECHANISM UNDER RGGVY

2.1 First Tier


Project implementing agency (PIA) would be responsible for the first tier of the Quality
Control Structure. Further PIA will engage third party inspection agency, whose
responsibility will be to ensure that all the materials to be utilized and the workmanship
conform to the prescribed specifications. It will be synchronized with phased release of funds
under RGGVY and inspection and proof of corrective action will be mandatory requirement
for release of funds. This inspection will cover approx. 50% villages on random sample
basis for each project.

Second Tier
Rural Electrification Corporation, will get the inspection done of the works / materials from
its non-field staff and by outsourcing it. REC may outsource it to retired employees of State
Electricity Boards/State Utilities/CPSUs All such reports should be organized and analyzed
by REC through the project implementation. These individuals would be designated as REC
Quality Monitors (RQM).

The inspection will cover quality checks at pre-shipment stage at the vendors’ outlet of major
materials and 10% villages on random sample basis.

Third Tier
Independent Evaluators (Individuals / Agency) will be engaged by the Ministry of Power for
evaluation, at random, of supply and erection under the programme. These persons would be
designated as National Quality Monitors (NQM). It will be the responsibility of the state to
facilitate the inspection of works by the NQM, who shall be given free access to all
administrative, technical and financial records. Evaluation will cover 1% villages. They
shall also report on the general functioning of the Quality Control mechanism in the District.

2.2 The Monitors shall submit their report to the Ministry. The reports of the NQMs will
be sent by REC to the RQM for appropriate action within a period to be specified. In case
quality check by RQM or NQM reveals ‘unsatisfactory’ work, the implementing agency shall
ensure that the contractor replace the material or rectifies the workmanship (as the case may
be) within the time period stipulated. In respect of NQM Reports, the REC

2.3 Quality Coordinator shall, each month, report on the action taken on each of the pending
Reports. All works rated ‘unsatisfactory’ shall be re-inspected by RQM or NQM after a
rectification report has been received from the REC Quality Coordinator. REC will
designate an Executive Director as in-charge of the Monitoring system.
2.4 Recurrent adverse reports about quality of works in a given District / State might entail
suspension of the Programme in that area till the underlying causes of defective work have
been addressed.

2.5 The REC Quality Coordinator / Third party inspection unit shall be the authority to
receive and inquire into complaints / representations in respect of quality of works and they
would be responsible for sending a reply after proper investigation to the complainant within
30 days. The REC for this purpose, shall ensure the following : -

(i) The name, address and other details of the REC Quality Coordinator/ third party
inspection unit will be given adequate publicity in the State (including tender notices,
websites, etc.) as the authority empowered to receive complaints.

(ii) All complaints shall be acknowledged on receipt (giving registration no.) and likely
date of reply shall be indicated. On receipt of the report, the complainant shall be
informed of the outcome and the action taken / proposed.

(iii) Complaints received through the Ministry of Power, REC will normally be sent to the
REC Quality Coordinator for enquiry and necessary action. In case report from an
RQM is desired, this shall be furnished within the time specified. In case an adequate
response is not received within the stated time schedule, the REC may depute an
NQM and further processing will be done only on the basis of NQM report.

(iv) The RQC shall make a monthly report to the REC (in a prescribed format) and the
status of action on complaints shall be discussed in the District Committees.
(v) REC could develop a web site for complaints, inspection and rectification.

2.6 The Quality Control Mechanism would be governed by the Quality Control Manual
being prepared by REC for the scheme. This is to be completed and circulated by 29th
February, 2008.

3. Service Charges/Fees
(a) The State Utilities and Central Public Sector Undertakings will be provided 8% and 9%
respectively of the project cost as charges for implementing the scheme and also for
meeting additional expenditure on compulsory third party monitoring at the first tier of
the Quality Control Mechanism.

(b) Rural Electrification Corporation Limited (REC) will be given 1% of the project cost as
the fee for establishing frameworks for implementation, meet the scheme related
expenditure, appraisal and evaluation both at pre-award and post-award stage, monitoring
and complete supervision of the programme from concept to completion of the scheme
and for quality control of projects at second tier (REC Quality Monitors) of the Quality
Control Mechanism
(c) For supporting activities and Quality Monitoring at third tier (National Quality Monitors)
to be undertaken by Ministry of Power, a provision of 1% of the outlay would be kept.
The supporting activities would be in the nature of capacity building, awareness and other
administrative and associated expenses, franchisee development and undertaking of pilot
studies and projects complementary to the rural electrification scheme.

4. Monitoring Committee

The Monitoring Committee constituted by the Ministry of Power under the


Chairmanship of Secretary (Power), Government of India will sanction the projects,
including revised cost estimates, monitor and review the implementation of the scheme in
addition to issuing necessary guidelines from time to time for effective implementation
of the scheme;

5. Cost Norms

The cost norms for village electrification are indicated below. 90% grant will not be
applicable to the amount of state or local taxes, which will have to be borne by the
concerned State / State Utility.

COST NORMS FOR VILLAGE ELECTRIFICATION

1. Electrification of unelectrified village Cost


(Rs. In
lakhs)
a In normal terrain 13
b In hilly, tribal, desert areas 18
2 Intensive electrification of already
electrified village
a In normal terrain 4
b In hilly,tribal,desert areas 6
3 Cost of electricity connection to BPL 0.022
household

6. Franchisees

The management of rural distribution would be through franchisees who could be Non-
Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Users Association, Panchayat institutions,
Cooperatives or individual entrepreneurs would be associated. The franchisees
arrangement could be for system beyond and including feeders from substation or from
and including Distribution Transformer(s). The franchisees should be preferably input
based to reduce AT&C losses so as to make the system revenue sustainable.
7. Revenue Sustainability

Based on the consumer mix and the prevailing consumer tariff and likely load, the Bulk
Supply Tariff (BST) for the franchisee would be determined after ensuring commercial
viability of the franchisee. Wherever feasible, bidding may be attempted for determining
the BST. This Bulk Supply Tariff would be fully factored into the submissions of the
State Utilities to the State Electricity Regulatory Commissions (SERCs) for their revenue
requirements and tariff determination. The State Government under the Electricity Act is
required to provide the requisite revenue subsidies to the State Utilities if it would like
tariff for any category of consumers to be lower that the tariff determined by the SERC.
While administering the scheme, prior commitments would be taken from the State
Government regarding –

a. Determination of bulk supply tariff for franchisees in a manner that ensures


their commercial viability.
b. Provision of requisite revenue subsidy by the State Government to the State
Utilities as required under the Electricity Act.

8. The capital subsidy for eligible projects under the scheme would be given through REC.
These eligible projects shall be implemented fulfilling the conditionalities. In the event
the projects are not implemented satisfactorily in accordance with the conditionalities, the
capital subsidy would be converted into interest bearing loans.
9. The services of Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs) have been offered to the
states for assisting them in the execution of Rural Electrification Projects as per their
willingness and requirement. With a view to augment the implementation capacities for
the programme, REC has entered into Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) with
NTPC, POWERGRID, NHPC and DVC to make available CPSUs’ project management
expertise and capabilities to states wishing to use their services. This is being
operationalised through a suitable Tripartite/ Quadrupartite Agreement.

10. DISTRICT COMMITTEES

States have been advised to set up District level committees which will include local
representatives to monitor the village electrification process. 27 States have so far
notified formation of District Level Committees (DLC).

11. NOTIFICATION OF RURAL AREAS

25 States have so far notified rural areas. Notification of rural areas is not applicable for
J&K. Manipur is yet to notify rural areas.

This will allow them to take maximum benefit under the scheme.
12. STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION

One lakh fifteen thousand villages have been targeted to be electrified under RGGVY by
2009. The action plan was as follows –

Year Targets
2005-06 10,000
2006-07 40,000
2007-08 40,000
2008-09 25,000

During X Plan 235 projects were taken up for implementation for 234 districts covering
67,012 un-electrified villages and 8310,056 rural households. Till date, 240 projects have
been sanctioned by the Monitoring Committee for implementation in Phase-I of XI Plan
period.

In 2005-06, 9,819 villages had been electrified. In 2007-07, 28,706 villages had been
electrified. Total villages electrified during 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 till January
2008 are 45,602.

The process of installing franchisee system has already been initiated in 15 States. Out of
these, in 14 States namely, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrankhand, Karnataka, West Bengal, Assam,
Nagaland, Haryana, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh,
Bihar and Gujarat franchisees are already in operation, covering 73,422 villages. Revenue
collection has improved in the states where franchisees are in operation.
(b). Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (APDRP)
(Additional Central Assistance under Grant No.35 of Ministry of Finance)

1. Background: The Accelerated Power Development Reforms Programme (APDRP) was


launched in 2002-03 as additional central assistance to the States for strengthening and up
gradation of sub-transmission and distribution systems of high-density load centers like
towns and industrial areas. The main objectives of the programme were to reduce AT&C
loss, reduction of commercial loss and improve quality and reliability of supply. The
Programme had two components:
· Investment component- Central Government provided assistance to the tune of
25% and 90% of the project cost in the form of grant to Non-Special Category
and Special Category States respectively under the programme for strengthening
and up gradation of sub-transmission and distribution systems. The balance
amount was arranged from financial Institutions / own resources. Performance till
date is as below:
o No of projects sanctioned : 571
o Total project Cost : Rs. 17,033.58 Crore
o APDRP (GOI) Component : Rs. 8,720.07 Crore
o Total fund released by GOI : Rs. 7,124.61 Crore
o Counter Part Fund drawn from FIs : Rs. 4,836.49 Crore
o Total fund utilized : Rs. 11,279.50 Crore
(66% of total project cost)
· Incentive component- This component was to incentivize the SEBs / utilities to
reduce their financial losses. Funds were released to the SEBs for actual cash loss
reduction, for every Rs.2 of cash loss reduction Rs.1 was given as grant. The cash
losses were calculated net of subsidy and receivables. The year 2000-01 was
adopted as the base year. Nine states have shown reduction of cash loss
amounting to Rs.5753.22 Crore and became eligible for APDRP incentive of Rs.
2876.61 Crore. Government has released Rs. 1959.70 Crore. The balance amount
of Rs. 916.91 crore is yet to be released by Ministry of Finance.
2. Impact of Programme during X Plan: Under the programme, 571 nos of projects
were sanctioned at the project outlay of Rs.17033.58 Crore. The AT&C loss has come
down in towns where APDRP has been implemented. Further, some of the utilities which
adopted various interventions as envisaged under the programme have also shown
significant reduction in AT&C losses. The AT&C losses have been bought down below
20% in 215 APDRP towns in the country of which 163 towns have been brought below
15%.

(c) Generation

Central Sector Electricity Generation is planned and implemented through various


organisations viz. NTPC,NHPC, NEEPCO, THDC, SJVNL and DVC. Under Central Sector
1490 MW thermal generation capacity and 510 MW hydro generation capacity has been added
till January 2008. thermal generation capacity added comprises of Sipat STPP-II U-4(500 MW),
Module –III of (740 MW) of RGPPL, a joint venture project of NTPC, GAIL, MSEB and Indian
Financial Institutions and Mejia TPS Extn. Unit 5(250 MW) of DVC. Hydro generation capacity
added comprises of 510 MW of Omkareshwar project of NHDC ,a Joint Venture project of
NHPC and Govt. of MP. Details of progress achieved by these organizations towards
construction of various projects are in the tables of the chapter.

(d) Transmission

Powergrid till Dec. 2007 has commissioned 4800 circuit Km. of transmission line and 7200
MVA of transformation capacity addition.

On the basis of performance in the first three quarters of financial year 2007-08, tables
showing achievement against each activity outlined in the Outcome Budget under different
schemes/ projects are given in the tables:-
Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY)

ACHIEVEMENT TILL DECEMBER, 2007


Sr. Name of Objective Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Achievemnet Remarks/Risk
No Scheme/ /Outcome Deliverables/ Timelines Outcomes till 31st Factors
Non- Plan Comple-
Programme Physical December,
Plan Budget mentary
Outputs 2007
Budget Extra-
(2007-08)
Budgetary
Resources
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8 9
1. Rajiv Gandhi Electrifying Rs.3983 Electrification Over a Will 5691 The
Grameen all villages crore of period of 4 facilitate villages continuation
Vidhyutikaran and 40,000* years, the overall rural electrified of the scheme
Yojana providing unelectrified scheme development, and 10.47 in 11th Plan
(RGGVY) access to Villages and will employment lakh free was approved
electricity offering electrify generation BPL in January,
all rural electricity one lakh and poverty connections 2008 as a
households connections villages alleviation released. result of
in four to around 40 and will which the
years lakhs BPL provide work was not
households access to in full
electricity momentum
to 7.8 during April,
crore rural 2007 to
households December,
2007

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PERFORMANCE OF APDRP (ACHIEVEMENT TILL DEC. 2007) UNDER DEMAND NO.35 OF M/O FINANCE) 2007-08

Sl. Name of Objective Outlay 2007-08 Quantifi Projected Process/ Remark/ Achievement till
scheme/ outcome able Outcomes Timelines Risk 31st Dec.2007
Programme Delivera factor
Non Plan Complementary ble/
Plan Budget Extra Physical
Budget Budgetary Output
Resources (2007-
08)
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8 9
1. APDRP Carrying - 800 Utilities have to To Reduction Majority of the The Rs. 394.26 crore i.e.
(Addl. out Crore arrange complete of AT&C ongoing projects to completio Rs. 183.59 crore
Central distribution counterpart fund ongoing loss in the be completed by n of the under investment
Assistance reforms from Financial projects project areas March 2008 ongoing component and Rs.
to States) through Institutions/own under covered schemes 210.67 crore under
APDRP resources to the investme under the will incentive compo-
scheme to tune of 75% of nt programme depend on nent have been
bring about project cost. compone smooth & released during
efficiency (Special nt for timely 2007-08 so far.
and category states to reduction implement
commercial arrange 10% of of AT&C ation by Out of the 571
viability project cost) loss in State projects sanctioned
into Power urban Utilities under the
sector areas and investment
to release component of the
incentive programme during
for cash the X Plan, 77
loss projects have been
reduction completed, above

2
by state 70% work
power completed in 233
utilities projects and more
than 50% work has
been completed in
91 projects.

Nine states have


achieved cash loss
reduction of Rs.
5753.22 and
became eligible for
incentive of Rs.
2876.61 Crore. The
Government has
released Rs.
1959.70 Crore so
far during X Plan
and till 31st
Dec.2007.

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APDRP (ACHIEVEMENT TILL DECEMBER, 2007)

S. Name of the Objective/ Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Remarks/ risk Achievement
N Scheme/ outcome deliverables/ outcomes timeliness factors till 31st
o Programme physical
outputs
December,
2007
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Complementar
Plan Budget y Extra-
Budge Budgetary
t resources
Accelerated Carrying A token The scheme Reduction of The scheme is The scheme The scheme
Power out provision is being Aggregate being is being is yet to be
Developmen distribution - of Rs. restructured Technical and restructured restructured approved.
th
t and reforms 1.00 Cr. during the Commercial during the 11 during the
th th
Reforms through has been 11 Five (AT&C) losses Five Year Plan 11 Five Year
Programme APDRP made. Year Plan through and is yet to Plan and is
(APDRP) schemes The and is yet to strengthening be finalised. yet to be
to bring same will be finalised. & up gradation finalised. The
about be The funding of Sub- projected
efficiency revised at pattern of the Transmission outcomes
and RE stage scheme will and are reduction
commercia to reflect be known Distribution of Aggregate
l viability the only after the network and Technical and
into power decision approval of adoption of Commercial
sector. of the the scheme. Information (AT&C)
Cabinet. Technology in losses
the areas of through
energy strengthening
accounting & & up
auditing. gradation of
Sub-

4
Transmission
and
Distribution
network and
adoption of
Information
Technology in
the areas of
energy
accounting &
auditing.
However, the
deliverables/
physical
outputs in a
quantifiable
manner will
be known
only after the
approval of
the scheme.

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CONSULTANCY CHARGES FOR APDRP PROJECTS (ACHIEVEMENT TILL DECEMBER, 2007)

S. Name of the Objective Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projected Processes Remarks/ risk Remarks/ Achievement
N Scheme/ / deliverables/ outcomes / factors risk factors till 31st
o Programme outcome physical timeliness
outputs
December,
2007
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Complementar
Plan Budget y Extra-
Budge Budgetary
t resources
Consultancy For 217.50 - To validate the The The APDRP The APDRP The scheme
Charges and validation Cr. base line data APDRP scheme is scheme is is proposed
enabling of base - and to scheme is being being to be the
activities for line data undertake other being restructured restructured part new
APDRP and other enabling restructure for during the restructured
th
projects. enabling activities for d during implementati 11 Five APDRP
th
activities implementation the 11 on during the Year Plan scheme
th
relating to of the revised Five Year 11 Five and is yet to which is yet
revised Accelerated Plan and is Year Plan be finalised. to be
APDRP Power yet to be and is yet to approved.
scheme Development finalised. be finalised. However, the
and Reforms The payment had
Programme projected been made
(APDRP) outcomes will to the
scheme during be known consultants
th
the 11 Five after the for works
st
Year Plan. approval of upto 31
the scheme. March 2007.

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FUNDS FOR EVALUATION STUDIES AND CONSULTANCY

ACHIEVEMENT TILL DECEMBER, 2007

S. Name of the Objective Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Remarks/ Achievement
N Scheme/ / deliverables outcomes timeliness risk factors till 31st
o Programme outcome / physical
outputs
December,
2007
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non- Plan Complementar
Plan Budget y Extra-
Budge Budgetary
t resources
Funds for Evaluatio Rs. 0.40 - The The APDRP The Payment has
evaluation n of the cr. Cr. evaluation of scheme is APDRP been made for
studies and projects - APDRP will being scheme is various studies
consultancy sanctione bring out restructured being conducted by
d under whether the during the restructure the Ministry of
th
revised programme 11 Five d for Power.
APDRP is being Year Plan implementa
scheme implemented and is yet to tion during
th
properly, be finalised. the 11
desired Five Year
results Plan and is
beings yet to be
achieved or finalised.
not and The
suggesting projected
changes in outcomes
the will be
programme known after
for achieving the
the desired approval of
results the

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scheme.

8
OUTCOME BUDGET 2007-08
FutureGen Project (ACHIEVEMENT TILL DECEMBER, 2007)

S.N Name of scheme/ Objective / Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Processe Projected Remarks/ Achievemnet till 31st
o. programme/ Outcome Deliverable s/ Outcomes Risk December, 2007
project s/Physical Timelines (date of Factors
Outputs completion
of the
project)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii)
Non-Plan Plan Complem
Budget Budget entary
Extra-
Budgetary
Resources
6. FutureGen To design, Nil Rs.10 Nil Participati March 2015 It is a The delegation led
Project initiative build and crores ng in the 2008 research by Secretary
by the USA operate Governme project in (Power)
the first nt which participated in all
coal-fired Steering India is the three meetings
emission- Committe contributin (in year 2007-08 by
free power e g about USA for discussing
plant. meetings 1% of the draft agreement for
This of the cost. international
basically Project/Sit collaboration in the
is a e visits. project. Minister of
research Power also wrote to
project hios counterpart in
which will US to appropriately
benefit the address the main
Indian concerns of India
power regarding the draft
sector agreement.

9
experts/
scientists

10
MOP Secretariat
(Achievement till DEC. 2007)

Sr. Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outlay 2007-2008 Quantifiable Processes Projected Remarks/ Risk Achievement upto
No. Programme/Projec Outcome: Deliverables/ / Outcomes: Factor 31thDecember 2007
ts Sanctioned cost/ Physical Timelines Date of
Cumulative Outputs completion of
expenditure from the project
01.04.2007 till
31.12.2007. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) !

Non- Plan Complementary


Plan Budget Extra-
Budget Budgetary
Resources
(a) MOP (a) To meet the Rs. -------- -------- (a) The (a) Under these Cumulativ
Secretariat salary wages and 9.51 expenditure is provisions, expenditure
(Main):- Salary, other incidental crore incurred on salary, wages incurred upto
wages and other expenses for salary and other and other 31.12.2007:
establishment support services. support services establishment Rs.7.12 crores
expenditure and hence expenses are met
including over- outputs are not for all the
time allowance, measurable in officials of M/o
medical treatment, Cumula! tive quantitative/ Power. These
domestic travel Expenditure qualitative are basically
expenses, foreign incurred upto terms. support services
travel expenses, 31.12.2007: to facilitate
publications, other Rs.7.84crores. personnel
administrative involved in
expenditure, framing overall
advertising and policies and their
publicity implementation.

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profession services Through various
and subsidies. publications and
publicity
campaigns, the
programmes,
policy initiatives
of the Ministry
are disseminated
to the general
public in an
effective manner.
(b) To maintain all Rs. NA NA All the requisite Items at Sr.No. 5
Departmentalized Financial 1.09 documents e.g. - will be furnished
Accounting Set up /Accounting crore Finance by due date. Cumulative
of Ministry of matters of Accounts , Expenditure
Power Ministry of S.C.T., incurred upto
Power Appropriation 31.12.2007: Rs.
of Financial 82lakhs.
transactions of
Ministry of
Power to be
laid before
Parliament
through O/o the
Controller
General of
Accounts.

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MOP Secretariat
(Achievement till DEC. 2007)

13
Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outlay 2007-2008 Quantifiable Processes/ Projected Outcomes: Remarks/ Achievement upto
Sr. Programme/Project Outcome: Deliverables Timelines Date of completion Risk Factor 31thDecember 2007
No. s Sanctioned cost/ / Physical of the project
Cumulative Outputs
expenditure from
01.04.07 to
31.12.2007.
77777777 7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 78. 9

4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) !


Non- Plan Complementary
Plan Budget Extra-Budgetary
Budget Resources
(c) Office Expenses (b) A Plan scheme 1.50 1.00 _______ _____ Following are the IT Plan Head
on major benefits when 1. Purchase of
computerization the scheme is fully Laptop in replacem
and office implemented of old Laptop, and
automation has (i) Availability of laser printer.
been taken up versatile and Cumulative expendit
during 11th Plan developed -
period was centralized on-line Rs. 1,22,417/-
initiated to technical data base (Rs.1,15,970+6447)
upgrade data, system.
collection, sharing (ii) Development of a Non-Plan Head
and dissemination well inter-connected 1. Payment of teleph
of information local area network bills.
through and remote 2. Printing
computerization, connection with stationary purchase
renovation & various power 3. Purchase of off
modernization of utilities. equipment.
offices in the (iii) Enhanced skill 4. Other miscellane
Secretariat of the of manpower in the items of daily use in
Ministry. This is M/o Power in the Ministry.
basically intended field of Information 5. Purchase of pri
to enable quick Technology. cartridge etc
and prompt (iv) Conducive Rs. 1,27,00,000/-
decision making. environment & (total expendit
aesthetic ambience incurred till 31.12.20
created through
renovation/office
automation is
facilitating smooth
and effective
discharge of official
work.
The project will be
completed on
14 31.3.2012
(v) Replacement of
old IT related system
with latest system.
Comprehensive Award Scheme for power Sector
(Achievement till DEC. 2007)

Sl.N Name of Sanctioned Objective/ Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Project Processes/ Remarks/
o. Scheme/ Cost/Cumulativ Outcome Non-Plan Plan Complement Deliverables/ Outcomes Timelines Achievements
Programme/Proj e Expenditure Budget Budget ary Extra Physical upto 31st
ect Budgetary Outputs DEC.2007
Resources
1 2 3(a) (b) 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8
Comprehensive To inculcate competitive Improvemen To The The Award
Award Scheme spirit and to motivate higher - Rs.65 - t in contribute Awards distribution
for power level of efficient and lakhs performance in for 2006- function for the
Sector economic operation in the of achieving 07 are to year 2006-07 is
field of construction generation, reliable, be given yet to be held.
operation and maintenance transmission affordable in a The detailed
of thermal/hydel/ and and quality function proposal for
transmission projects, distribution power to beheld distribution of
implementation of segments. supply to during the awards under
distribution reforms, all by 2012. year 2007- different
environment performance, 08 categories of
community development and awards has
safety records. However, the been received
expected returns can not be from CEA. The
quantified. same is under
consideration/
approval in the
Ministry. In
all likelihood
the function

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may be held in
the last quarter
of 2007-08.

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CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY
ACHIEVEMENT UPTO 31.12.2007
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1. Renovation & To arrest the 2.2750 Coordination The life The works are being R&M work in 14 number units where
Modernisation (R&M) deterioration in and monitoring extension implemented by state R&M have been completed.
of Thermal Power performance of (227.50 for R&M work works are power utilities. The Implementation of R&M works on 52
Stations including thermal power lakhs) in 14 number taken up based completion of work units of 13 thermal stations where
Project Maintenance stations, units where on the result of depends upon work is under progress. Life
and PAGER Scheme technological R&M have Residual Life availability of funds Extension (LE) work on 4 number
(Plan) upgradation, been Assessment from concerned completed units completed and in
environmental completed. (RLA) studies. financing agencies another 28 units under progress.
requirement by Implementation The time of and shut down of the
renovation & of R&M works completion units for carrying out
modernisation and on 52 units of depends on the R&M / LE works.
life extension works. 13 thermal quantum of
stations where works to be
work is under carried out
progress. based on RLA
Monitoring of studies.
Life Extension
(LE) work of 4
number
completed units
and of on-going
28 units.

17
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2. Standing To create a shelf of 0.3050 Identification Originally Study has been awarded in
Committee for feasible sites for and selection of approved term March 2007 to CMPDI for
selection of sites thermal power (30.50 sites for was 5 years consultancy services for
for Thermal Power stations to meet the lakhs) location of beginning from locating sites of coal based
st
Stations power requirement of coastal & pit the 1 year of power stations near 12 coal
th
the country upto the head thermal the 10 Plan. blocks. The study is under
year 2011-12 and power projects progress.
beyond. in different Revised
states. approvals of NRSA has been requested to
Shelf of potential Ministry of furnish amendment to earlier
sites for pit head and Power for the MoU vide out letter dated 19-
coastal thermal continuation of 12-07.
projects including the plan
Ultra Mega Projects scheme for Visits made by the teams of
would be available for another 5 years the Site Selection Committee
investment by beginning from to Punjab & Chhattisgarh for
prospective investors the 1st year of selection of sites for coal
for expeditious 11th Plan is based power stations.
thermal capacity obtained vide
addition in the MoP Order
country. No.5/8/2007/St.
Th. dated 24-
10-2007.

18
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
3. Strengthening of The objective of the 3.2230 Construction of A case has - Expenditure of Rs.3.58 lakhs has
Regional Electricity proposal is to provide boundary wall been filed in been incurred upto 31-12-2007 for
Boards (Now known proper infrastructure (322.30 on the western the city civil civil maintenance of staff quarters of
as Regional Power support in the form of lakhs) side of the court pertaining SRPC, Bangalore.
Committees) office building / staff SRPC, to land on the
quarters for the Bangalore staff western side of An amount of Rs.50 lakh has been
Secretariats of the quarters and SRPC staff placed with CPWD, Shillong vide
SRPC / NERPC / construction of quarters. Under Secretary (Budget), CEA’s
RIO, Shillong. boundary wall Transfer of title letter dated 23-04-07 & 30-04-07 for
at NERPC, of land from construction of boundary wall of
Provision of proper Shillong. Powergrid to NERPC, Shillong. Revised SFC
infrastructure support CEA/NERPC memo for estimated cost of Rs.1144
to the REBs (RPCs) was notified by lakhs has been submitted to Ministry
resulting in increasing the Revenue of Power for approval vide GM
better integrated Department, Division letter dated 10-07-2007.
operation of regional Govt. of
grid. Meghalaya vide
letter dated
20/4/2007.
Construction of
boundary wall
is expected
during 2007-08.

19
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4. Technology The scheme has 0.6906 Procurement of The scheme is The procurement of The scope and terms of reference for
Improvement been started with a GIS software to be the software (GIS) is procurement of GIS software for
Programme in view to induct (69.06 for prioritization completed by time consuming and prioritization of identified sites for
Thermal Wing performance related lakhs) of identified 2007-08 as per the Terms of setting up of large thermal power
and design software sites for setting the Planning reference are still stations are under finalization.
for comprehensive up of large Commission under preparation.
study, analysis and thermal power letter dated 17-
assessment of projects. 10-2007.
implications of
various designs
changes in major
equipments / systems
to reduce installation
and operation costs
of thermal power
stations.

20
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
nd
5. Technology The objective of the 0.6170 1. Payment of To be Nil Processing of balance payment of 2
rd
Improvement Scheme is to update balance completed by and 3 batch is under process.
Programme in Grid knowledge of CEA (61.70 amount for March 2008.
nd rd
Operation engineers in Grid lakhs) 2 and 3
Operation and batch.
Distribution Wing of 2. Advanced To be Nil Advanced software training imparted
CEA to enable them software completed by to 7 persons of CEA and RPCs for 7
to perform their training for 7 March 2008. working days at the works of the
functions in a more persons of software developer, M/s CYME
efficient manner. CEA and International T&D at Montreal,
RPCs for 7 Canada.
More effective advice working
on grid management days at the
to the Central & State works of the
Govts., Central & software
State Regulatory developer,
Commissions for M/s CYME
efficient and International
coordinated operation T&D at
of power system in Montreal,
the country. Canada.
3. Payment for To be Nil Payment for the software training is
the software completed by under process.
training. March 2008.

21
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Programme 2007- Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
6. Upgradation of IT To develop 7.7894 (i) Networking of computers Expected to be - Data centre works
facilities in CEA Centralized in various offices of CEA completed by alongwith installation of
Information System (778.94 at HQrs. 2007-08 servers, system software
for all information lakhs) (ii) Completion of and local area networking
relating to the power installation of servers equipment completed.
sector. and system software,
development of Installation of antivirus
Online acquisition of application software and software and allotment of
data/information from digitization of records. user IDs to officers for
various power utilities (iii) Furnishing of data by working on LAN is also
of the country and the various stake holders under progress.
generating complete in power sector
online Centralized electronically and Application software
Database and formation of data bank. development for Operation
information system of (iv) Conversion of data to Performance Monitoring
power sector in CEA information and Division, Grid Management
to be made available generation of necessary Division and Operation
to all stake holders in reports. Monitoring Division is
power sector. (v) Making available the nearing completion and is
information to various being tested. Application
Govt. Departments and software development for
the stake holders in other Divisions of CEA are
power sector. also under progress.
Digitization of records are
also under progress.

22
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
7. Preparation of Creation of shelf of 60.75 A token Once approved Project yet to be The scheme has been dropped.
Detailed Project DPRs for hydro- provision of the project will approved.
Reports of New electric projects (6075.00 initial expenses last for 2 years.
Hydro Electric under 50,000 MW lakhs) after the
Schemes Hydro initiative. scheme is
approved.
A shelf of projects in
the form of bankable
DPRs would be
available for
investment by
prospective investors
to give thrust to
expeditious Hydro
Power Development
in the country.
8. Optimisation of Development of plan 2.00 Review the 2008-09 - The project is yet to be approved.
National Grid wise transmission transmission
Programme system based on (200.00 programme,
capacity addition lakhs) make
demand growth assessment of
projection and the adequacy
corresponding and reliability of
transmission needs the proposed
for the next 3 Five transmission
Year Plan taking the network,
services of evaluate cost
international experts effectiveness of

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in the field of investment and
transmission suggest
planning. optimization of
the expansion
plan.

24
st
Sl. Name of Scheme / Objective / Outcome Outlay Quantifiable Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31 December
No. Programme 2007- Deliverables Timelines / Risk Factors 2007
2008
(Rs. in
Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9. Survey Report on Well coordinated 1.00 Development of 2008-09 - Project is yet to be approved.
Base Data & development of state base data and
Requirement grids based on (100.00 identification of
Analysis for detailed survey, lakhs) the health of
Coordinating creation of reliable various
Development of State data and systematic elements for
Grid Programme analysis for enabling overall health
optimum cost of the
effective reliable and transmission
less loss network.
transmission of
power from
generation sources
upto the distribution
point network.
th
10. All India Load Survey To assess demand of 1.1377 Collection of Continuous The report of 17 RPSOs provided assistance in
Scheme (Non-Plan) Power over a period Annual Power process for Electric Power holding meetings with the Utilities for
th
of time (113.77 Survey Data bringing out Survey of India has finalizing the report of the 17 Electric
lakhs) from about 60 Annual Electric been approved by the Power Survey of India.
th
power utilities Power Survey 17 Electric Power
and about 5000 Reports / Survey Committee. The RPSOs prepared & supplied
HV/EHV Reviews once The report is likely to report on energy shortages
industries in 5 years. be submitted to the experienced by the HT Industries
having Authority in Jan 2007. having electricity demand of 1 MW &
electricity above.
demand of one
MW and above.

25
st
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Scheme / Outcome 2007-2008 Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
Programm (Rs. in
e Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
11. Technical Review of power 22.2189 (i) Monitoring of 38 hydro projects (13485 Continuous - 9 Hydro Electric Projects of
Control sector MW) is in progress, out of which 6 process capacity 4375 MW have been
Planning & performance, (2221.89 projects (2372 MW) are likely to be accorded concurrence /
Monitoring long-term & lakhs) completed during 2007-08. techno-economic appraisal.
(Non-Plan) short-term (ii) Monitoring of 64 thermal projects Apart from the above, the
planning, (26932.32 MW). assigned activities like review
assessment of (iii) Data collection & publication of: - of Power Sector
manpower & (1) Daily generation report. Performance, Monitoring of
materials, long- (2) Monthly review of power sector construction of Generating &
term system performance. Transmission Station, Data
planning studies (3) Monthly status reports on collection & Publication were
including construction of various hydro and carried out.
management thermal projects.
studies of RPCs, (4) All India Electricity Statistics:
concurrence to General Review (Annual).
hydro power (5) Growth of Electricity Sector in India
development (Annual)
schemes, (6) Review of Performance of hydro
monitoring power stations (Annual).
construction of (7) Review of Performance of thermal
generation & power stations (Annual).
transmission (iv) Techno-economic appraisal and
projects, concurrence to 12 nos. of hydro-electric
monitoring of projects with a total capacity of 6740 MW.
rural
electrification and
distribution
planning, etc.

26
st
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay 2007- Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Scheme / Outcome 2008 (Rs. in Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
Programme Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
12. Design & To provide 8.2461 At present 23 Nos. of consultancy Continuous - Consultancy works on 25
Consultancy technical support in projects are in hand. process projects are being carried out.
(Non-Plan) Design & (824.61 lakhs)
Engineering of
power projects to
power utilities and
adoption of state-
of-the-art
technologies.
13. Studies & To improve 0.4700 Training to CEA employees. Continuous - 2796 mandays training in
Training performance of process India to 202 participants were
(Non-Plan) Engineers / (47.00 lakhs) provided.
functionaries.
14. Electronic Operation and 0.4500 Maintenance of IT facilities (non- Continuous - The scheme has contributed
Data maintenance of quantifiable) process to operation and maintenance
Processing & computer systems (45.00 lakhs) of computer systems installed
Support provided in CEA in CEA – Continued activity.
System and its sub-offices
(Non-Plan)
15. Administratio Statutory inspection 1.0440 Inspection of electrical installations Continuous - Statutory inspection in terms
n of of HT installations totaling to 160000 equivalent MV. process of equivalent MV installation
Electricity of Central Sector (104.40 lakhs) 160037 as against program of
Laws and UTs. 160000 has been completed.
(Non-Plan)

27
st
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay 2007- Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Scheme / Outcome 2008 (Rs. in Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
Programme Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
16. National Load Collection of vital 0.0900 Collection & analysis of power Continuous - The communication system of
Despatch power system system operational data from process NEPSIC (NLDC) and wide
Center operational data (9.00 lakhs) different Regional Power area network is being utilised
(NEPSIC) from different Committees (RPCs). – continued work.
(Non-Plan) Regional Power
Committees
(RPCs) for use in
CEA / Ministry of
Power through a
64 KBPS
communication
system. It is also
used for on-line
coal monitoring
and inter / intra-
regional
exchange of
power.
17. Regional Operation of five 2.3369 Facilitation of coordinated operation Continuous - The important functions of the
Coordination (5) Regional of regional power grids in the process Secretariat of 5 RPCs like
(Non-Plan) Power (233.69 lakhs) country Regional level of operation
Committees analysis, facilitating Inter-State /
Inter-Regional transfer of Power,
(RPCs) (erstwhile evolving consensus on all issues
REBs) for relating to economy and
efficient and efficiency in the power system of
integrated region and coordinated planning
operation of of maintenance of generation
power system in and transmission schemes were
the country carried out – Continued work.

28
st
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay 2007- Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Scheme / Outcome 2008 (Rs. in Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
Programme Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
18. Regional Load The scheme 4.6124 Facilitation of coordinated operation Continuous - The activities for achieving
Despatching helps in of regional power grids process the benefits associated with
Centres coordinated (461.24 lakhs) integrated operation of
(Non-Plan) operation of the Regional Power System,
Regional Grids protection system
through coordination, analysis of grid
functioning of incidents and preparation of
various Regional Energy Accounts
committees such were carried out – Continued
as Operation work.
Coordination
Committee,
Protection
Committee,
System Studies
Sub-Committee,
etc.
19. Apprenticeship Imparting 0.0500 Around 35 Vocational trainees are Continuous - 2 Nos. Graduate/Diploma
Training for vocational to be trained process Apprentices, 8 Nos. D/Man
Engineers training to (5.00 lakhs) apprentices and 35 Nos.
(Non-Plan) Graduate / vocational apprentices have
Diploma holders undergone training under the
under the Apprenticeship Act., 1961.
Apprenticeship
Act, 1961.

29
st
Sl. Name of Objective / Outlay 2007- Quantifiable Deliverables Processes / Remarks Achievement upto 31
No. Scheme / Outcome 2008 (Rs. in Timelines / Risk Factors December 2007
Programme Crores)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
20. Contribution to Membership of 0.0035 Continuation of membership of CEA Continuous - Membership for the year
International CIGRE for with CIGRE process 2007-08 is being obtained.
Bodies engineers of CEA (0.35 lakhs)
(Non-Plan) to keep
themselves
abreast of global
technological
developments in
power sector.
21. Departmental To provide 0.2105 Welfare measure (not quantifiable) Continuous - The canteen is functioning as
Canteen subsidized process a welfare measure to the
(Non-Plan) canteen facilities (21.05 lakhs) staff.
to the employees
of CEA

NON PLAN 40.87


TOTAL
PLAN 78.65

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ENERGY CONSERVATION (Achievement till 31st Dec.2007)

(Rs. Crores)
S.No Name of Scheme/ Objective/ Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Achievement Remarks/
Prog Outcome Deliverables/ Physical Outcome Timelines till 31st Dec. Risk
Outputs 2007 Factors
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7 8 9
1 National Energy To recognize - 1.50 - o National Awards to Enhancement of Progressively from An amount of
Conservation the efforts of industry awareness about April 2007 to Rs.70 lakhs
Awards industrial establishment for energy efficient March 2008. The has been
consumers to achieving energy products Award function is approved
adopt energy savings by Greater scheduled for 14th
conservation proactive measures proliferation of December, 2007.
measures adoption of energy
which may efficient
become models technologies by
for others to industry.
emulate
2 National Level To inculcate in 2.00 o Organisation of Awareness in Organisation of An amount of
Painting children the painting children about need district, state and Rs.70.30 lakhs
Competition for relevance and competition for of energy national level has been
school children importance of school children all conservation competition in approved.
energy over the country. October,
efficiency and November and
conservation. December, 2007.
3 Awareness and To spread the 11.50 o Awareness Enhancement of Progressively from EFC meeting
Publicity message of campaign through awareness about April 2007 to has been held
energy print, visual and energy efficient March 2008 on 20.02.2008.
conservation electronic media products for all the
and efficiency Greater three activities.
through the proliferation of
media. adoption of energy
efficient practices
by masses.
Total 15.00

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TEHRI HYDRO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.

Achievement against Outcome Budget 2007-08 (Till December, 2007)

Name of Objectiv Approved Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable Projecte Processe Achievement till 31st
Schemes/ e/ (in Rs. crore) Deliverables/Physical d s/ Dec.07
Programme Outcome Outputs Outcome Timeline
s
Non- Plan Complement
Plan Budget ary Extra-
Budget Budgetary
Resources
1 2 3 4(i) 4(ii) 4(iii) 5 6 7
1 Tehri Dam & Hydro 0.00 0.00 19.00 Generation - 2649 MU Hydro - During the 3rd Qtr.,
HPP (1000 MW) Power + Power 565 MU of Power
Generatio 130.76(*) Generatio has been generated
n n against target of 545
MU. Cumulatively
Upto 3rd Qtr.,
1982 MU of Power
has been generated
against target of
1921 MU.
2 Koteshwar HEP Hydro 0.00 0.00 391.90 Dam & spillway July’07 Target Dates have
(400 MW) Power concrete upto EL550m been revised due to
Generatio 1) Heavy Rains &
n Cloud Burst on 9th
Erection of EOT crane Sept.'07 July’07 near project
site, flooded the

32
PH concreting upto Nov.’07 site, flooded the
EL570m Dam Pit Area which
Completion of Dec.'07 affected the
Concreting in Stilling progress of works.
Basin This also affected
erection &
commissioning of
Rotec Tower belt
System required for
concreting
2) Heavy
intermittent rains
during monsoon
season and slide on
left & right bank
affected the progress
of works.
3) Connectivity
between Rishikesh to
Project site got
disrupted due to
washing away of a
portion of road for
more than one
month, which
hampered supply of
construction material.
Completion of Feb.'08
concreting in Power -
Intake

33
Completion of March'0
concreting of 8 -
Switchyard
Completion of March'0
concreting of in Draft 8
-
Tube Gate Shaft (Unit-I
& II)
Vishnugad Hydro 0.00 5.00 0.00 Award of Works March'08 -
3 Pipalkoti Power + Construction of Bridges Jan.'08 -
(444MW) Generatio 54.63(*)
n
4 Tehri PSP Hydro 0.00 5.00 0.00 Award of Works Nov.'07 Rescheduled to
(1000MW) Power + June’08
Generatio 18.08(*) Commencement of
n Machine Hall
-
excavation Feb.'08
Completion of Adits 8,
8(a), 9 to TRT, d/s
surge shaft, PAC March'08 -
5 New Projects Hydro 0.00 0.00 0.00 Preparation of DPR of
Power + Maleri Jhelum and March'08 -
Generatio 7.12(*) Jhelum Tamak
n Projects.
i) Karmoli
(140MW)
ii) Gohana Tal
(60MW)
iii) Jadhganga
(50MW)
iv) Malari Jhelam
(55MW)

34
v) Jhelam
Tamak
(126 MW)
vi) Bokang
Bailing
(330MW)
410.90
TOTAL 10.00 +
210.59(*)

(*) contribution of State Govt. of U.P. Rs. 210.59 crs.

Note: 1) Plan Budget includes GBS from the Govt.


2)Complementary Extra-Budgetary Resources includes Commercial borrowings

35
NTPC Limited
(Outcome Budget 2007-08)
(Achievement till December, 2007)

Name of Scheme / Objective Annual Plan Quantifiable Deliverables/Physical Processes Achievement (till
Sl.No. Upto Dec 07 Remarks / Risk factors
Programme/Project Outcome 07-08 Outlay Milestones /Timelines Dec.,2007)

Actual

1 2 3 4 4a 5 6 7

Additon of 1980 U#2 Boiler Hydro Test 10/07 Achieved


1 Sipat-I (3x660 MW) MW of generation 1984.27 831.73 U#3 Commencement of Condenser erection 12/07 Achieved
Capacity
U#3 Boiler Hydro Test 03/08
Additon of 1000 U#5 TG Barring Gear 11/07 Delayed Ant in Feb'08
2 Sipat-II (2x500 MW) MW of generation 646.00 372.38
Capacity U#5 Synchronisation 12/07 Delayed Ant in Mar'08
U#2 Completion of TG Pedestal 03/08
Additon of 1980
U#3 Commencement of Structural steel
3 Barh STPP (3x660 MW) MW of generation 2014.72 742.80 Achieved
fabrication 10/07
Capacity
U# 3 Commencement of Boiler erection 01/08 Achieved
Additon of 800 MW Commencement of Rotor Assembly in service
Koldam HEPP (4x200 12/07 Achieved
4 of generation 678.26 240.09 Bay U#1
MW)
Capacity Commencement of erection of MIV U#1 01/08 Achieved
Additon of 600 MW Completion of top adit excavation to desilting
Loharinag Pala HEPP 10/07 Achieved
5 of generation 280.10 51.35 chamber
(4x150 MW)
Capacity Commencement of river diversion 03/08 Delayed Ant. In Oct, 08
Additon of 500 MW Commencement of Structural steel fabrication 04/07 Achieved
6 Korba III of generation 672.45 300.96
Capacity Commencement of Boiler Erection 06/07 Achieved
Commencement of Piling & Foundation Work 04/07 Achieved
Additon of 500MW Commencement of Structural steel fabrication 08/07 Achieved
7 Farakka III of generation 117.41 203.14
Capacity Commencement of Boiler Erection 11/07 Achieved
Award of Ash Handling Package 12/07 Achieved
U#5 Commencement of Structural Steel
Additon of 980 MW 06/07 Achieved
fabrication
8 NCTPP II of generation 146.98 419.85
U#5 Commencement of Boiler erection 08/07 Achieved
Capacity
U#5 Boiler Drum lifting 02/08
Commencement of Barrage & de-silting
Additon of 520 MW 04/07 Achieved
chamber work
9 Tapovan Vishnugad of generation 232.41 51.59
Capacity Commencement of Power House package work 06/07 Achieved

Sub Total (i) 6772.60 3213.89


NTPC Limited
(Outcome Budget 2007-08)
(Achievement till December, 2007)

Name of Scheme / Objective Annual Plan Quantifiable Deliverables/Physical Processes Achievement (till
Sl.No. Upto Dec 07 Remarks / Risk factors
Programme/Project Outcome 07-08 Outlay Milestones /Timelines Dec.,2007)

Actual

1 2 3 4 4a 5 6 7
New Projects

Additon of 1000 Project is already under


1 Simhadri II MW of generation 251.17 44.59 Main Plant Package Award 06/07 Achieved (03/07) implementation. Main Plant
Capacity advance released in 2006-07

Tieup of all inputs and availability


of all clearances is essential prior
Additon of 1320 LOA for SG anticipated
to placement of main Plant Award.
2 Barh II MW of generation 370.20 0.00 Main Plant Package Award 05/07 in Feb 08 and TG in
Frequent extending of bid
Capacity Mar 08
submission dates asked by
prospective bidders.

Additon of 750 MW Tieup of all inputs and availability


LOA expected in Feb
3 Bongaigaon of generation 225.15 0.00 Main Plant Package Award 08/07 of all clearances is essential prior
08
Capacity to placement of main Plant Award

Additon of 3200 Tieup of all inputs and availability


Award in next Financial
4 Darlipalli MW of generation 1175.20 0.00 Main Plant Package Award 09/07 of all clearances is essential prior
Year
Capacity to placement of main Plant Award

Additon of 1000 LOI for SG and TG


5 Mauda MW of generation 277.12 0.00 Main Plant Package Award 11/07 issued in Dec 07 and
Capacity Jan 08
As informed during Member
(Power), Planning Commission's
meeting held on 06.09.07 project
connot be taken up as it has not
Additon of 980 MW 04/07
been found techno-economically
6 Badarpur IV of generation 254.70 0.00 Main Plant Package Award (On Best Effort Project not taken up
feasible mainly due to ground
Capacity Basis)
improvement upto 27 M below
ground level and non-availabilty of
relaxation of chimney height from
MOEF.
7 Other New Projects 35.19 40.47
Sub-Total (ii) 2588.73 85.06

Renovation &
615.07 120.24
Modernization Schemes

Other Misc. Schemes 2815.60 1304.88


Sub Total (iii) 3430.67 1425.12
GRAND TOTAL 12792.00 4724.07
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2007-08 : Achievement upto 31.12.2007 (upto 3rd quarter)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Sl. Name of Schemes / Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output Projected Outcomes Process/ Remarks/ Risk factors Achievement upto
No. programmes / Projects Objective/ (Rs. in Cr.) Timelines 31.12.2007
Outcome

Sanctioned Cost Targets /


GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

A Completed Scheme

Project Completed in
1 Dhauliganga-I 1578.31 - 2.00 Settlement of pending liabilities. - Mar.'08 - Rs. 4.25 Crs
Oct./ Nov. 05

Schedule Completion
2 Dulhasti 3559.77 38.00 Settlement of pending liabilities. date of Project Project completed in March 2007 Rs. 81.87 Crs
Mar.'07
Scheme Under
B
Execution
HRT Benching (m) 500 June'07 436 (completed)
HRT Overt Lining (m) 900 Sept.'07 Bad geology in HRT and LSG has 737 (completed)
Teesta-V HE Project 510 Scheduled Project
1 2198.04 - 200.00 HRT Invert Lining (m) 7000 Oct.'07 affected the progress. Project exoected 8112 (completed)
MW, Sikkim completion Feb.'08
to be commissioned by 31st March'08
Lower Surge Gallery Overt Lining (m) 400 July'07 445 (completed)
Commissioning of Unit- 1 Job Jan.'08 -

Cellular wall Concreting (cum) 9300 Jan.'08 6416

Excavation of Barrage blocks I & 2 Slope failure, Re-Scheduled for 4th


70000 Feb.'08 Slope failure in Power House area.
(cum) Flooding on quarter 2008-09
Coffer Dam washed away on 27.7.07,
2 TLDP-III 132 MW, WB 768.92 - 250.00 27.07.2007 due to
flooding the entire work area. Project
Concreting of Barrage Blocks I & 2 unprecedented river Re-Scheduled for 2nd
24000 Mar.'08 completion now anticipated in Dec.'09
(cum) discharge. quarter 2009-10

E&M Works (%) 60 Mar.'08 12


Dam Concreting (cum) 36,000 Nov.'07 39345
Excavation of HRT (m) 2500 Mar.'08 1749

Excavation of Desilting Chamber (cum) 4000 Mar.;08 Bad geology in HRT. Progress of HRT 4695
lining slow due to undercut removal.
3 Sewa-II 120 MW, J&K 665.46 - 180.00 Lining of Surge Shaft (m) 111 Dec.'07 Poor performance by contractor and 111
Erection of Liner Lower Hor. Pressure Scheduled Project problem by labour unions.Project
350 Completion Dec.'08 Mar.'08 350
Shaft (m) completion now anticipated for Jun.'09
Lining of HRT 3900 Mar.'08 558

E&M Works (%) 60 Mar.'08 55

NHPC.xls
NHPC: Outcome Budget 2007-08 : Achievement upto 31.12.2007 (upto 3rd quarter)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Sl. Name of Schemes / Outlay 2007-08 Quantifiable deliverables / Physical Output Projected Outcomes Process/ Remarks/ Risk factors Achievement upto
No. programmes / Projects Objective/ (Rs. in Cr.) Timelines 31.12.2007
Outcome

Sanctioned Cost Targets /


GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

Dam & Spillway Concreting (cum) 1,00,000 Mar.'08 Slow progress due to bad geology in 21113
HRT lining due to ban on use of
aggregate from Kullu Valley by High
Court, Shimla. No progress in PH
PH Concreting (cum) 25000 Mar.'08 concreting due to slope failure in Feb.'07. 0
Treatment of back hill slope of PH is in
progress.

Poor geology & Rock busting


HRT Excavation (m) 3100 Scheduled Project Mar.'08 encountered in HRT. Work also suffered 1227
4 Parbati-II 800 MW, HP 3919.59 - 400.00 due to contractual problem with M/s
Completion Sept.'09
HJV. After removal of silt /slush , TBM
has been repaired & re-commissioned.
Further boring with TBM will start after
treatment of shear zone ahead of TBM
HRT Lining (m) 8000 Mar.'08 face for which, neccessary action is 966
under process. Anticipated Project
completion is Dec.'10.

Erection of Distributor Unit-1 (Job) 100% Jan.'08 0


Excavation for Power Dam & Spillway
5,30,000 Oct.'07 582476
(cum)
Concreting in Power Dam & Spillway Delay in transfer of forest land at the
1,50,000 Mar.'08 0
(cum) start of the Project. Coffer dam washed
away during flash flood on 17.7.07 &
Excavation in TRC (cum) 2,90,000 Mar.'08 445624
Scheduled Project 27.7.07 flooding the work area. Higher
5 TLDP-IV 160 MW , WB 1061.38 110
Excavation in Power House (cum) 2,81,000 Completion May'10 Oct.'07 bed rock encountered in PH excavation 345066 (completed)
and hence quantity of excavation
Concreting in Power House (cum) 23,000 Mar.'08 reduced. Project completion anticipated 10
Aug.'10.
Cellular Wall excavation (cum) 55,000 Dec.'07 21522 (completed)
Cellular Wall concreting (cum) 20,000 Mar.'08 4741
Dam Concreting (cum) 60000 Mar.'08 Restoration work in progress after 3043
Excavation of HRT heading (m) 1600 Mar.'08 earthquake in Oct.'05. Cofferdam washed 3940
Uri-II HE Project, 240 Scheduled Project away in Mar.'07. TRT work delayed due
6 1724.79 150.00 Excavation of TRT heading (m) 3000 Dec.'07 2219
MW, J&K Completion Nov.'09 to flooding in TRT in Mar.'07.
Anticipated project completion is
Excavation of Power House (cum) 1,00,000 Mar.'08 Aug.'10 29900

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GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

HRT Excavation (m) 5500 Mar.'08 7326


Power House Excavation (cum) 72000 Mar.'08 Coffer Dam washed away in July'07. 65350
Surge Shaft excavation (cum) 12000 Mar.'08 However reconstruction and 20000
Chamera-III, 231 MW, Scheduled Project strengthening of cofferdam is in
7 1405.63 150.00 Dam & Intake excavation (cum) 1,00,000 Mar.'08 51807
H.P. Completion Aug.'10 progress. Excavation of Intake adits, PH
cavern, HRT and right abutment area of
Excavation of Desilting Chamber (cum) 50,000 Mar.'08 Dam in progress 24000

Excavation of Open Channel (cum) 2,40,000 Aug.'07 River was diverted on 22.11.07 267070 (completed)

Nimoo Bazgo, 45 MW, Excavation of Dam foundation (cum) 50,000 Scheduled Project Mar.'08 3150
8 611.01 70.00
J&K Completion Aug.'10
Excavation of Power House (cum) 10,000 Mar.'08 6550

Construction of stage-1 embankment for


1,60,000 Dec.'07 completed
River Diversion (cum)
300595 (Completed
Power House Excavation (cum) 3,50,000 Sept.'07
except aproaches)
Lining of Diversion Tunnels (m) 2938 Sept.'07 Non signing of MOU by state Govt., 2680 (Completed)
Subansiri Lower HE agitation by local people. Slow progress To be taken up in 4th
Scheduled Project
9 Project 2000 MW,Ar. 6285.33 1.00 449.00 Excavation for Dam foundation (cum) 4,80,000 Mar.'08 due to heavy rains & dewatering quarter after
Completion Sept.'10
Pradesh problems. Anticipated Project completion dewatering of pool.
Intake excavation (cum) 5,00,000 Mar.'08 is Jan.'12 91500

Concreting in PH Machine Hall (cum) 1,20,000 Mar.'08 13929

Dam excavation (cum) 1,50,000 Mar.'08 153603

Const.of U/s & D/s coffer Dams (cum) 52,000 Scheduled Project May'07 Progress of HRT suffered dur to poor 29275 (compl.)
10 Parbati-III 520 MW , HP 2304.56 203.00
Completion Nov.'10 geological condition encountered.
HRT Excavation (m) 3000 Mar.'08 1007
TRT Excavation (m) 1200 Mar.'08 792
Power House excavation (cum) 30,000 14989
Scheduled Project
11 Chutak, 44 MW, J&K 621.26 50.00 Excavation of HRT (m) 2000 Mar.'08 River was diverted on 22.11.07 971
Completion Feb.'11
Excavation of Barrage (cum) 60000 3855

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GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

C. S&I Schemes
Work suspended since the Project
1 Siyom - - 1.00 Mar.,2008 transferred to private agency by State
Govt. Estt. Cost only.
Excav.of Diversin Tunnel (m) 400 0
Project sanctioned by CCEA in July'07,
Diversion Tunnel concreting (m) 600 contract yet to be awarded. Lowest price 0
Scheduled Project
2 Kishanganga 2238.67 40.00 Mar. 2008 bid received is very high , matter under
Completion July'14
examination, negotiation to be held with
PH Excavation (cum) 10000 bidder. 0

Estt. Cost only. Parameter under


finalisation. MOU signed between Govt.
3 Loktak Downstream Cost under revision - 5.00 Approach Roads (Km) 2 Mar. 2008 of Manipur & NHPC for execution of
Project through JV. Formalities of JV in
process.

Const. of perm. Buildings (sq.m) 400


.Subject to CCEA clearance by
Const. of temp. Buildings (sq.m) 200 March'07 . CCEA clearance not yet
4 Kotli Bhel Stage- I A Not yet sanctioned - 40.00 Mar.'08 received.Environmental clearance
Const. of perm. road (km) 5 accorded on 9.5.07 and forest clearance
is under process
Excavation of Diversion Tunnel (m) 100

Const. of perm. Buildings (sq.m) 400


Subject to CCEA clearance by March'07
. CCEA clearance not yet
5 Kotli Bhel Stage- I B Not yet sanctioned 40.00 Const. of temp. Buildings (sq.m) 200 Mar.'08 received.Environmental clearance
accorded on 14.08.07 and forest
Const. of perm. road (km) 4
clearance is under process
Excavation of Div. Tunnel (m) 100
-

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GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

Const. of perm. Buildings (sq.m) 200


Subject to CCEA clearance by
Const. of temp. Buildings (sq.m) 400 March'07. CCEA clearance not yet
6 Kotli Bhel Stage- II Not yet sanctioned 25.00 Const. of perm. road (km) 2 Mar.'08 received. Environmental clearance
accorded on 23.08.07 and forest
Excavation of Div. Tunnel (m) 100 clearance is under process

MOP requested to expedite the decision


Maintenance of G&D sites, security
7 Pakal Dul Not yet sanctioned - 15.00 Mar-08 from PMO on return of Project to State
expenses, estt. Expenses only
Govt.

Land Acquisition (Ha) 20 Project to be taken up through JV with


State Govt. Revised MOA signed on
8 Dibang Not yet sanctioned - 10.00 Mar-'08
24.6.07 for execution by NHPC. TEC
Resi.& non-resi.buildings (Sq.m) 600 awaited

Project under review. Subject to


Provision kept for estt. Expenses and
clearance of project for execution.
9 Bav II Not yet sanctioned - 2.00 priliminary works to be decided after Mar.'08
Project closure approved by BOD. Case
review of the project.
being taken up with MOP

Budget has been


DPR submitted. Clearances are in reduced from 15 crore
Repair & black topping of road (Km) 5 progress. Budget utilisation subject to to 11 crore due to non
CCEA clearance. TEC awaited. signing of
10 Vyasi Not yet sanctioned - 15.00 Mar-08
Environmental clearance accorded on implementation
7.9.07 and forest clearance is under agreement of road and
Repair of buildings (No.) 20 process buildings with state
govt.

Project transferred to private agency by


11 Siang (Lower) Not yet sanctioned - 1.00 Mar-08
State Govt.Estt. Cost only.

Law & order is the risk factor. Work


hampered due to law & order problem.
Project being offered to J&K. Letter
12 Bursar Not yet sanctioned - 10.00 DPR submission 100% Mar-08 already sent to State Govt. on 3.1.08.. In progress

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Outcome

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GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

13 Subansiri(Middle) Not yet sanctioned - 2.00 Mar-08 DPR submission is subjected to Hon'ble
Supreme Court decision on the review
14 Subansiri (Upper) Not yet sanctioned - 2.00 Mar.'08 petition. Estt. Cost only
15 Siang (Upper)
Not yet sanctioned - 2.00 Mar.'08 Projects under review. Estt. expenses
16 Siang (Intermediate)
only
D. New Schemes

Resistance from local people. Works not These project areas are
1 Chungar Chal - 2.00 Preparation of DPR 100% Mar.'08
yet started falling under Ascote
Musk dear Sancuary as
such matter regarding
Resistance from local people. Works not denotification of the
2 Garba Tawaghat - 1.00 Preparation of DPR 100% Mar.'08
yet started sanctuary is pending in
hon,able Supreme
Resistance from local people. Works not Court,as such no field
3 Karmoli Lumti Tulli - 0.52 Preparation of FR 100% Mar.'08 activity can be taken up
yet started

Topographical survey (ha) 400 Mar'08


Exploratory drilling (m) 300 Mar.'08 Work badly hampered due to local
4 Lachen - 3.00 resistance. Field work not started due to
Exploratory drifting (m) 200 Mar.'08 local resistance

Exploratory drilling (m) 500 Mar.'08 Work badly hampered due to local 480 (completed)
5 Teest-IV 5.00
Exploratory drifting (m) 350 Dec.'07 resistance. 25
Topographical survey
of Dam, PH, & TRT
area completed.
Geological mapping of
Revised MOA signed on 24.6.07 for
Nominal provision for estt. expenses and Barrage, PH,TRT of
6 Tawnag- I&II - 6.00 execution by NHPC. S&I works for
investigation works to be firmed up Tawang-II completed
FR/DPR under progress
and that of Tawang-I in
progress

Provision is for S&I works for


E. Other New Schemes - 5.00 preparation of FR/DPR for new schemes
in J&K, Uttranchal and Sikkim.

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GBS IEBR Physical Activity
(Rs. in crores) Achievements

F Mini Hydro Schemes

Kambang These 2 small hydro schemes in


Ar.Pr.are on deposit basis . Both Projects
expected to be completed in 2006-07;
Delay due to law & order problem and
agitation by local people. Both the units
- 5.00 Provision for pending liabilities Mar-08
of Sippi commissioned but handing over
delayed due to non availibility of
Sippi transmission line and damage to civil
works due to heavy rains. In Kambang, 2
units commissioned so far.

Provision is for Renovation and


G R&M Of Power Houses - 10.00 modernisation of Loktak and Salal Power 0
Station
H R&D Works - 1.43 0
Total 1.00 2500.95

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POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
I. ON-GOING SCHEMES
1 Dulhasti Combined 34.92 48 Physical 14.32 Project already completed. Project completed
works for sub- Outlay kept for final payments
station extn. etc.
Completion
by Mar'06
2 Installation of II nd ICT at 0.46 Physical activities planned 1.50 Project already completed. Project completed
Indravati OHPC for completion in 2005-06. Outlay kept for final payments .
Outlay kept for final
3 System strengthening scheme 103.23 140 t 6 11.09 Project already completed. NR portion completed in
in NR-ER (Formerly part of Tala Outlay kept for final payments Oct'06. ER portion in advance
Supplementary scheme) etc. stage of completion (part
system completed in Oct'06)
and expected to be
completed by Mar'07

4 Trans. System for TALA 197.06 214 1 86.01 Project commisioned in Inter-regional & associated
(Powergrid Portion) Aug.'06. Balance left over links completed in Aug.'06.
works expected by May.'07. Balance, LILO of Dadri-
Outlay kept for pending final Ballabhgarh at Delhi & Delhi
payments. (GIS) S/S expected to be
completed by Mar'07 (delayed
due to ROW problem in line
and type testing for Off-shore
Equipments).
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
5 Transmission System 921.42 1020 17 313.60 839 3 Sep-07 Part system shall be ready for 48 4
Associated with SIPAT-I STPS commissioning by Mar'07 for
Sipat-II Generation
evacuation.Sipat-I Generation
project anticipated beyond
Mar'08.

6 System Strengthening in 4.94 5 - 2.23 Physical work planned to be


Singrauli-Vindhyachal Corridor completed by April'07. Outlay
kept for final payments etc.

7 Northern Region System 137.44 170 - 48.34 Physical work planned to be Project is in advance
Strengthening Scheme -I completed by July'07. Outlay stage & expected to be
(NRSS-1) kept for final payments etc. completed by Mar.'07
against the tgt. of July'07.

8 Transmission System 42.37 130 4 13.87 Projects already completed. Project already completed
Associated with Northern Outlay kept for final payments except for FSC.
Region Strengthening Scheme - etc.
II (NRSS-II)

9 Vindhayanchal-Korba 38.50 85 - 6.22 Projects anticipated by Feb-07.


Transmission Line Outlay kept for final payments
etc.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
10 Transmission System 105.47 64 82.37 188 1 Mar-08 Efforts being made to 39
Associated with Teesta-V( complete matching with Gen.
HEP) Project, which is now
anticipated by Jan'08.

11 Enterprise Wide Converged 0.68 ERP Consultancy and LAN 1.26


Information Technology & augmentation at RHQ &
Communication Network in Sub-stations.
POWERGRID (EWCIT)

12 Bhadravati Chandrapur 15.91 46 - 1.84 Projects already completed. Project completed.


Transmission System Outlay kept for final payments
etc.

13 Bina Nagda Transmission Line 184.44 85 - 48.27 512 Mar-08 10

14 Transmission System 288.53 255 63.81 195 4 Aug-07 Project approved for 6 1
Associated with Sipat-II, STPP completion by Aug'07.
Generation proj. anticipated
in Mar'07. Part system
(including part of Sipat-I TS)
is being made ready matching
with Generation Project.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
15 Transmission System 176.03 306 36.31 - - Jul-07 Project is in advance stage of
Associated with Vindhyanchal- completion & expected to be
III STPP completed by Mar.'07.
Commissioning of Trans.
System is matching with
commissioning of Gen. unit.

16 Western Region System 102.49 43 89.79 196 1 Nov-07 69


Strengthening Scheme - I
(WRSS-1)

17 System Strengthening Scheme 13.72 50 1 36.00 50 2 Mar-08


in Uttaranchal

18 Transmission System 1251.56 1190 3 348.74 200 3 Jul-07 Efforts are being made to
Associated with Kahalgaon -II complete part system by
,Phase -I Mar'07 matching with the
Generating unit.

19 Northern Region System 99.47 20 90.88 148 2 Mar-08 18


Strengthening-III (NRSS-III)
20 System Strengthening-V in 24.94 No TL 3 27.52 - 6 Sep'07
Southern Regional Grid (SRSS- involved.
V)
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
21 System Strengthening-VII of 31.80 129.55 50 Mar-08
Southern Regional Grid (SRSS-
VII)

22 System Strengthening-III of 174.60 360 - 20.25 80 - Apr-07


Southern Region Grid (SRSS-
III)
23 Transmission System 11.12 - 97.62 30 - Mar-08
Associated with Koteshwar HEP

24 National Load Despatch 0.52 Outlay provided for IA & 8.08 Supply & associated civil
Centre(NLDC) Engg. advances work completion during
2007-08.
25 Transmission System 317.62 836 2 133.24 264 - Oct'07 Completion critical due to
Associated with Kahalgaon -II , delay in hand-over of land for
Phase -II Ranchi S/S (land acquired in
Oct'06). However, part of
Kahalgaon-II ,Ph-I
transmission system is being
targeted for completion
matching with Phase-I Gen.
Proj. anticipated by Mar'07,
which shall be adequate to
evacuate power from this
gen. unit.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
26 Transmission System 490.97 43 671.23 899 1 Mar-08 Commissioning of Trans. 294
associated with Kudankulam System is matching with
Atomic Power Project commissioning of Gen. units.

27 Transmission System 180.03 85 385.62 675 8 Dec-07 Commissioning of Trans. 167


Associated with NLC-II System is matching with
Expansion Project commissioning of Gen. unit.

28 Transmission System 261.38 43 197.50 367 5 Mar-08 Commissioning of Trans. 111 3


Associated with RAPP 5&6 System is matching with
commissioning of Gen. unit.
Evacuation line shall be
completed matching with
Gen. Project ant. in Jun'07.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
29 Transmission System 237.27 85 216.24 681 5 Dec-07 Commissioning of Trans. 100
Associated with Kaiga 3&4 System is matching with
commissioning of Gen. unit.

30 Supplementary Transmission 47.14 240.70 319 Mar-08 Commissioning of Trans. 30


System associated with Sipat System is matching with
Stage-II project commissioning of Gen. unit.

31 Unchahar-III Transmission 21.61 30.93 19 1 Mar-08 Attempts are being made to


System complete transmission
system by Oct.'07.

32 Augmentation of Transformation 2.21 No TL 17.33 - 2 Mar-08


Capacity at MOGA & Amritsar involved.
in Northern Region

33 Upgradation of Talcher-Kolar 25.94 No TL 50.22 Completion of physical


HDVC Bipole involved. works planned in 2007-08.
34 System Strengthening -VI in 60.41 33.94 148 1 Dec-07 75
Southern Regional grid (SRSS-
VI)
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
35 Trans.System for BARH 421.92 789.53 300 - Mar-08 150

36 WR Strengthening Scheme - II 13.81 Being planned to be 343.41 Outlay kept for initial Mar-08
(WRSS-II) implemented throgh IPTC advance against awards
route. Outlay kept for and infrastructure
survey & development development for S/S etc.
expenses etc.
37 Strengthening of East West 266.82 Under Award. No stringing Mar-08
Transmission Corridor is planned during 2007-08.

38 Transmission System for firm commitment regarding 57.06 Outlay kept for initial May.'09 / Tying up of fuel supply by
Gandhar Stage-II generation project awaited. advance against awards 33 months NTPC.
Only token outlay provided. and infrastructure from date
development for S/S etc. of Fuel
39 Strengthening of North West 30.83 124.57 100 - l
Mar-08
Transmission Corridor

40 System Strengthening In 6.64 Outlay kept for Initial 26.30 Stringing / Tfr. Erection Mar-08
Roorkee Area advance, land acquistion & planned in 2008-09.
other infrastructure
activities.
41 WR System Strengthening-III 5.03 Outlay kept for IA, survey & 28.01 20 - Mar-08 23
(WRSS-III) development expenses etc.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
42 System Strengthening-V in NR 35.53 Outlay kept for Initial 194.45 50 - Mar-08 33
(NRSS-V) advance & other initial
activities.

43 Transmission System for 6.70 Extn. Awards 51.88 20 Mar-08 Commissioning of Trans. 8
Koldam H.E.P.(Powergrid) expected by System is matching with
Sep'06 commissioning of Gen. unit.

44 Transmission System for 0.45 Project under planning/ 103.75 Stringing / Tfr. Erection Commissioning of Trans.
Prabati-III formulation. Only token planned in 2008-09 System is matching with
outlay provided. onwards. commissioning of Gen. unit.

45 System Strengthening in South 4.52 51.64 50 - Mar-08


Western of Northern Grid - Part
A(earlier RAPP 5&6
Supplementary

46 System Strengthening in South 4.59 36.20 5 - Mar-08


Western of Northern Grid - Part
B(earlier RAPP 5&6
Supplementary

47 Transmission System for No S/S 12.45


Koldam Project (Powergrid involved
Equity Portion)

48 System Strengthening in NR-VII Award expected by 3rd Qtr. 6.23 Outlay kept for initial Awards expected in Sept.'07.
(NRSS_VII) Of 2006-07. Outlay kept for advance, infrastructure
initial activities development etc.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
49 Transmission System for URI-II 0.32 Project under planning/ 15.56 Outlay kept for initial Approved in Oct.'06.
formulation. Only token advance, infrastructure Commissioning of Trans.
outlay provided. development for S/S etc. System matching with
commissioning of Gen. unit.

50 Transmission System for 2.20 0.10 Award to be placed soon after the Formation of JV
Parbati-II (POWERGRID Equity formation of JV company. Hence till the
Portion) formation of JV no physical work for the
year 2007-08 can be envisaged.

51 System Strengthening for 6.23 Outlay kept for initial Award anticipated by Apr.'07
NER(MISSING LINK) advance, infrastructure
development etc.

52 WR System Strengthening-IV 8.89 44.46 NA Not planned in


2007-08

53 System Strengthening in NR- Award expected by 3rd Qtr. 11.60 Provision kept for initial Mar'08 Approved in Oct.'06.
VIII (NRSS-VIII) Of 2006-07. Outlay kept for advance, Ifrastructure
initial activities works etc.

54 Capacity Enhancement in East- 40.00 Only civil works planned Mar'08


West Corridor in NR during 2007-08.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
55 Transmission System 22.69 - 28.50 150 - Mar'08 60
associated with SEWA-II HEP
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
56 Backbone Telecom Network (C) 34.06 All physical activities are 11.22 Physical work expected to
planned to complete by be completed during 2006-
Mar.'06. Outlay kept for final 07. Provision kept for left
payments. over works / final payments
during 2007-08.

6204.40 5806.39
II. NEW SCHEMES
1 SR-I Complex (RHQ building) 0.02 Outlay kept for land 5.19 Building works. Mar-08
acquistion and other
infrastructure activities.
2 Transmission System for Misa- Project under planning/ 0.05 Award to be placed soon Formation of JV
Byrnihat Project (Power Grid formulation. Only token after the formation of JV
Equity) outlay provided. company. Hence till the
formation of JV no
physical work for the
year 2007-08 can be
envisaged.
3 Transmission System for Tehri Project under planning/ 20.75 Provision kept for Initial Initial Advance.
PSP formaulation. No physical advances.
activities planned for 2006-
4 Transmission System for Kawas firm07commitment
O l t k regarding
tl 0.10 Project under Tying up of fuel supply by
Stage -II generation project awaited. NTPC.
formulation. Only token
Only token outlay provided. outlay provided.
5 System Strengthening -VI in NR Outlay kept for land 14.46 Stringing / Tfr. Erection Mar'08
(Gurgaon S/Stn) (NRSS-VI) acquistion & other pre- planned in 2008-09
investment expenditure. onwards.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
6 North East - NR/WR 3.21 Outlay kept for Survey, land 264.71 Provision kept for Initial Mar.08
Interconnector (Subansiri & acquistion & other pre- advances & Acquisition
Kameng) investment expenditure. of land.
7 ER Strengthening Scheme Outlay kept for Initial 128.14 Provision kept for Initial Mar.08
(ERSS-1) advance & other initial advance for tower & S/S
activites. package and other initial
works.

8 Transmission System for North Project under FR stage. 24.21 Provision kept for Mar.08 Planned to be implemented
Karanpura Only token outlay provided through IPP.
Developmental
for survey & other initial Activities.
activites.
9 II nd Spare Converter No TL 2.08 Provision kept for Initial Mar.08
Transformer for Talcher Kolar involved. advance.

10 Transmission System for RAPP Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
7&8 formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
11 System Strengthening-II in ER Project under planning/ 5.29 Provision kept for Planned to be implemented
(ERSS-II) formulation. Only token through IPP.
Developmental
outlay provided. Activities.
12 System Strengthening-III in ER 1.35 Project under approval.
(ERSS-III)
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
13 Transmission System for Project under planning/ 51.88
Maithon Right Bank formulation. Only token
outlay provided.

14 Transmission System for Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under System forwarded to CEA.
Kayamkulam -II (RGCCP - II) formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
15 Transmission System for Project under planning/ 0.05 Project under
Karcham Wangtoo +System formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
Beyond Abdullapur( System outlay provided. Only token outlay
Strengthening in Northern provided.
Region Grid for Karcham-
Wangtoo HEP)

16 Establishment of 400/220 KV Project under planning/ 20.00 Project under approval.


GIS Pooling Station near formulation. Only token
CHAMERA-II outlay provided.
17 Trans. System for evacuation of Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
CHAMERA-III HEP formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
18 Transmission System for Kishen Project under planning/ 0.05 Project under
Ganga formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
19 Transmission System for Project under planning/ 0.05 Project under
Rampur formulation. Only token planning/formulation. Only
outlay provided. token outlay provided.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
20 Strengthening -IV in NR Project under planning/ 0.05 Project under
formulation. Only token planning/formulation. Only
outlay provided. token outlay provided.

21 Transmission System for Dadri - Project under planning/ 0.05 Project under
II formulation. Only token planning/formulation. Only
outlay provided. token outlay provided.

22 Transmission System for Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under


Maithon Project formulation. Only token planning/formulation. Only
outlay provided. token outlay provided.

23 Development of Chicken Neck Project under planning/ 10.38 Project under approval.
Area formulation. Only token
outlay provided.
24 ER-II Headquarter 5.28 1.04

25 Power Grid Equity (Torrent 0.01 10.00


Transmission Project)

26 Power Grid Equity (Karcham Project under planning/ 12.00


Wangtoo Transmission Project) formulation. Only token
outlay provided.

27 Trans. System Associated with 0.05 Project under


Boingaigaon TPS planning/formulation.
Only token outlay
provided.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
28 SR-II Complex (RHQ building) Outlay kept for land 0.10 Project under
acquistion and other planning/formulation.
infrastructure activities. Only token outlay
provided.
29 North Chennai Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
30 Tutucorin (Powergrid Portion) Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
31 Kalpakkam PFBR Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
32 SR-WR Synchronous Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
Interconnector formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
33 Talcher-Rourkela Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (Outcome Budget 2007-08)
Achievement till December. 2007
1. Projections are based on BE 2007-08 .
2. Besides physical works like Stringing and Transformer , Outlays also cover developmental & preparatory, advance payments for supplies /
erection / engineering for Foundation, Tower Erection, Equipment, & Cable laying and Reactor etc.

SL. NAME OF SCHEME / Actuals Actuals BE 07-08 Physical Outputs/ Quantifiable Remarks/ Status/ Risk Actual upto December, 2007
NO. PROGRAMME/PROJECT 2006-07 (Rs. 2006-07 (Rs. Cr.) Deliverables for the year (07-08) Factors
Cr.) Stringing Transformer BE Stringing Transformer Process / Stringing Transformer
(ckm) Erection (ckm) Erection (no.) Time- (ckm) Erection (no.)
(no.) liness
1 2 4 5 6 8
34 System Strengthening for Project under planning/ 0.10 Project under
evacuating of power from formulation. Only token planning/formulation.
Sikkim outlay provided. Only token outlay
provided.
35 Transmission System for 0.10 Project under
Farrakka Stage-III planning/formulation.
Only token outlay
provided.
36 WR Strengthening Scheme - V 1.60 0.20
(Vapi-New Mumbai)

37 NR System Strengthening - Project under planning/ 60.00


IX,X,XI & XII formulation. Only token
outlay provided.

38 Korba -III(500MW) 0.10

39 Other New Schemes 0.06 Token 60.20 Provisions kept for other
outlay new schemes
10.18 693.62

BoD - Board of Directors of POWERGRID


6214.58 6500.00
Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited
Outcome Budget 2007-08 (Actual Achievements till December , 2007)
Sl. Name of Objective Plan Budget Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timeliness Achivements
No. Scheme /outcome 2007-08 (Rs. In
/Programme/ Crores)
Project Actual
expenditure
till Dec.
31,2007
1 Nathpa Jhakri Commissionin 8.94 Major Civil Works
Hydro Electric g of 1500 8.24 Balance Civil Works of NJHEP Processes primarily comprise :
Project MW Power
Balance Civil works of adit#2 gate, cable June 07 Civil works in respect of Adit-ll completed and final
Project
trench and SFT outfall structures & SFT bill is under process.Awards for Invert lining yet to b
lining, Invert lining of Nathpa & Wadhal made.For invert lining of Nathpa & Wadhal
adit, c/o various approach road to Dam, Adit,awards are yet to be made. Various approach
Intake and Desilting Complex, roads to Dam, Intake & Desilting Complexisin
progress and 30% work has been completed during
the quarter ending December 2007. The total
financial acheivement under this head is Rs. 1.70
crores.

P/F of Blanking panels on Trash Rack of July 07 P/F of blanking panels on trash rack of 2 Nos. Intake
Intake Structure, Modification of Intake gates (3&4) has been completed . The expenditure
Gates on account of blank panelling of the remaining 2
Nos. Intake gates (1&2) for this quarter is Rs. 0.045
crore The tender for the fabrication and installation
of blank are under process.

P/I of Toyo pumps for slush removal from August 07 Tender for dredger pumps cancelled. Retendering is
Intake Gates. in progress
Work shop for repair & maintenance of June 07 The proposal for c/o workshop at Nathpa has been
Dam, Intake, SFT & Sholding gate dropped.
Construction ofNO&M
h Workshop building at June 07 Hard coating workshop building Completed .
Jhakri. Estimate for building under preperation.
Electro-Mechanical Works
57.96 Procurement of Capital spares & Processes primarily comprise :
balance payments against Gates
& Hoist.
3.82 Runner (4 No.) ( Rs. 55 Crores ) March 08 The model tests have been conducted. No expenditur
incurred during this quarter as no bill yet raised by
supplier .

Balance payments against Gates & Hoist October 07 Rs.0.28 crores released during this quarter and Rs.
( Rs. 2.38 Crores ). 0.98 crores till date , balance payment to be relased
by Feb, 2008.

Miscellaneous Infrastructural Works

0.59 Alternative package in liue of Processes primarily comprise :


15.86 employment Compensation against Land acquisition (Rs. March, 08 Out of 21 No. balance landless families, 5 No. have
0.25 Crores) applied for alternate package in lieu of employment
for which payment of Rs.0.08 crores has been made.
Balance cases shall be processed after receipt of
option for the alternate package from the landless
families.During the quarter Sept 07 - Dec. 07 no
payment was released.

C/o non-family Type-A Hostel Accommodation ( Rs. 0.21 Crores ) March, 08 Bill has not yet been raised by the contractor.
Accommodation at Jhakri.

0.00 IEDC,IDC,Recvery of ICF


Cost, recovery of Revenue
from infirm power

67.49 Sub Total


27.91
2 Rampur Hydro Construction 135.15 Major Civil Works
Electric Project of RHEP 56.3 Package-I Processes primarily comprise :
Completion of all adits. Mobilisation advance ( Rs. 21.25 Crores ) May, 07 Contractor has brought all the necessary machinery
Excavation of HRT Heading and the bill is yet to be raised as per contract.
of 1500 Mtr.

Machinary advance ( Rs. 21.25 Crores ) May, 07


Adit - I March 08 The work of approach road and portal development
has been completed.284 meter excavation of adit has
been completed against target of 518 meter.This
quarter progress is 262 meter.

Balance of Adit - II Completed


Balance of Adit - III 196 m excavation completed against a target of
897 m. This quarter progress is 57 meter.Slow
progress due to poor strata.
Adit cum spillway tunnel, Approach Road , March, 08 Work is in progress on all fronts.
Portal Development etc.
HRT Heading Excavation ( Rs. 39.06 Crores Running 281m against a target of 736m (Upstream)& 369 m
) payments upto against a target o 889m (Downstream)excavated.
March, 08 This quarter progress is 121 m and 174 m
respectivily.Slow progress due to poor strata
Package-II Processes primarily comprise :

About 40% of Surge Shaft Mobilisation advance ( Rs. 19.05 Crores ) Aug, 07
excavation
Contractor has brought all the necessary machinery
Excavation and about 20% of Machinary advance ( Rs. 23.10 Crores ) Jan, 08 and the bill is yet to be raised as per contract.
Power House Complex to be
completed.
Excavation of Penstocks to be Main Works ( Rs. 92.80 Crores ) Running Pilot Hole ( Main Surge Shaft) 42 cubic meter
completed. Comprising execution of 2188 Mtrs of HRT, payments upto completed against a target of 75 cubic meter .This
TRT, Valve Chamber, Surger Shaft, Pressure March, 08 quarter progress is 37 m .
Shaft and Power House Complex.

PC:SJVNL.xlsOutcome Budget 2007-08


Outcome Budget 2007-08 (Actual Achievements till December , 2007)
Sl. Name of Objective Plan Budget Quantifiable Deliverables Processes Timeliness Achivements
No. Scheme /outcome 2007-08 (Rs. In
/Programme/ Crores)
Project Actual
expenditure
till Dec.
31,2007 p
Valve House Chamber 801250 cubic meter surface excavation (Pressure
excavation and concreting to be shaft, Valve House& Power House ) has been
completed completed against target of 724845 cubic meter
(Target exceeded).This quarter progress is 305500
cubic meter.
200 Mtr of HRT excavation to
be completed.

153.09 Electro-Mechanical Packages Processes primarily comprise : September , 07 Price bids have been opened on 20-07-07. Evaluation
Mobilisation advance. report has been prepared and is under approval
0.02
process for forwarding to the World Bank for
approval for NOC.
52.96 Infrastructural Works

27.37
0.77 A- Preliminary

0.12

Geological Exploration& Processes primarily comprise : Feb,08 Completed.


Instrumentation Physico-mechanicalproperties of rocks to be
encountered in under ground structures and
assesment of rock behavior.

9.75 B-Land ER&R


16.81 Various Community Processes primarily comprise :
Development Schemes Various R&R schemes, infrastructure, Running R&R and Welfare schemes are being implemented
development schemes and other misc. payments upto and is a continuous process.
activities ( Rs. 2.50 Crores ). March, 08

Drinking water supply schemes/restoration o Feb,08


dried up water sources / Water Supply
scheme from Deor Khad (Rs. 2.00 Crores )

Bus stand at Rampur Bushahr ( Rs. 4.00 Sep,07


Crores ).
8.43 K- Buildings
4.19
Processes primarily comprise :
Permanent residential building at Jhakri (Rs. Running Type-D quarters have been completed. 90% work on
3.44 Crores ) payments upto Package I & 60% work on Package II of type-B
March, 08 quarters has been completed.

Non Residential Buildings at Jhakri i.e. Running Office building has been completed. Finishing works
Office Building, Subordinate Rest House payments upto of Subordinate guest house are in progress.
including EI works DG set room, complaint March, 08
room & finace record room ( Rs. 0.21 Crores
).

C/o of Permanent Non-residential Buildings Running Field hostel has been completed. Work of office
at Bayal including EI ( i.e. Field Hostel, payments upto building has also been completed .Construction of
Office building. Site office, site Lab., Rest March, 08 office Building at Bayal hs been completed.
shed, Hospital, store at Bhadrash,etc.
( Rs.3.14 Crores )

15.87 O-Miscellaneous Processes primarily comprise :


1.68 Electrification/Arrangement of const.power( HT line completed .
sub- station & HT lines) ( Rs. 13.73 Crores ).
Arrangement of Power Supply at Jhakri ( May, 07 Tendering process is in progress.
underground cabling, DG Sets, Transformers
t )(R
Water 0 34and
Supply C Sewerage
) Systems ( Rs. June,07 Main work supply system at Bayal complete.
0.25 Crores ) Sewerage system is in progress.
10.93 R-Communication ( Roads & Processes primarily comprise :
Bridges)
4.19 Roads required to be widened through September 07 Completed.