1 I ANNUAL REPORT 2014 -15 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF POWER CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY iiTHE AUTHORITY Mrs. Neerja Mathur Chairperson (Superannuated on ) Sh. Major Singh Chairperson (I/c) ( ) Member (Planning) & Additional Charge of Member (PS) & Member (GO & D) ( ) Dr. Jai Pal Singh Member (E & C) (Up to ) Sh. Garg Member (Hydro) & Additional Charge of Member (Thermal) & Member (E & C) ( ) iii Organisation Chart of CEA (As on ) CVO (Part-time) Member (Thermal) (Vaccant) ( Garg - Aditional Charge) Member (Grid, Op. & Distn.) (Vaccant) (Major Singh- Aditional Charge) Member (Hydro) ( Garg) Chief Engineer (Integrated Resource Planning) Chief Engineer (Research & Development) Chief Engineer (Information Technology) Chief Engineer (Hydro Plg. & Investigation) Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Appraisal) Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Monitoring) Chief Engineer (Hydro Engg & Renovation & Modernization) Chief Engineer (Thermal Project Monitoring) Chief Engineer (Thermal Engg.)
2 & Tech. Development) Chief Engineer (Thermal Civil Design) Member (Economic & Comm.) (Vaccant) ( Garg - Aditional Charge) Chief Engineer (Grid Management) Chief Engineer (Financial Studies & Appraisal) Chief Engineer (Thermal Renovation & Modernisation) Chief Engineer (Distribution Plg. & Development) Chief Engineer (Operation Monitoring) Chairperson (Major Singh - Additional Charge) MS (NRPC) MS (ERPC) MS (SRPC) MS (WRPC) Chief Engineer (Legal) Chief Engineer (Financial & Commercial Appraisal) Chief Engineer (System Planning & Project Appraisal) Chief Engineer (System Engg. & Tech. Development) Chief Engineer (Power System Project Monitoring) MS (NERPC) Chief Engineer (HRD) SE (RIO-North) SE (RIO-North East) SE (RIO-West) SE (RIO-South) SE (RIO-East) Member (Power System) (Vaccant) (Major Singh- Aditional Charge) Chief Engineer (Load Dispatch & Telecomm.) Chief Engineer (Electrical Inspectorate) Chief Engineer (Conservation & Efficiency) Chief Engineer (Data Management and Load Forecasting) Chief Engineer (Co-ordination) Chief Engineer (Operation Performance Monitoring) Deputy Director (RPSO-East) Deputy Director (RPSO-West) Economic Adviser (Economic Policy) Deputy Director (RPSO-South) Chief Engineer (Thermal Plg.
3 & Investigation) Member (Planning) (Major Singh) Chief Engineer (Hydro Elect. Perf. Review) Chief Engineer (Hydro Engg. & Tech. Develop.) Chief Engineer (Regulatory Affairs) Secretary ( Barai) Deputy Director (RPSO-East) ivCENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY Sewa Bhawan, Puram New Delhi 110066 CEA Website: Sub ordinate Offices: Regional Power Committees: 1. Member Secretary, Northern Regional Power Committee, 18-A, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi 110016. 2. Member Secretary, Eastern Regional Power Committee, 14 Golf Club Road, Tollygunge, Kolkata 700033. 3. Member Secretary, Western Regional Power Committee, Plot No. F-3, Opposite SEEPZ Complex, MIDC Area Marol, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400093. 4. Member Secretary, Southern Regional Power Committee, 29 Race Course Cross Road, Near Anand Rao Circle, Bangalore 560009.
4 5. Member Secretary, North - Eastern Regional Power Committee, Meghalaya NERPC Complex, 3rd Floor, Dong Parmaw, Lapulang, Shillong-793006. Regional Power Survey Offices: 1. Dy. Director, Regional Power Survey Office (North), 2nd Floor, Sewa Bhawan, Puram, New Delhi 110066. 2. Dy. Director, Regional Power Survey Office (East), Room No. 201, Complex, DF - Block, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700064. 3. Dy. Director, Regional Power Survey Office (West), 5th Floor, Plot No. F-3, Opposite SEEPZ Complex, MIDC Area Marol, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400093. 4. Dy. Director, Regional Power Survey Office (South), Post Box No. 38, 6th Floor, F Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramamgala, Bangalore 560034. Regional Inspectorial Organisations: 1. Superintending Engineer, Regional Inspectorial Organisation (North), 18-A, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi 110016.
5 2. Superintending Engineer, Regional Inspectorial Organisation (East), 14 Golf Club Road, Tollygunge, Kolkata 700033. 3. Superintending Engineer, Regional Inspectorial Organisation (West), Ground Floor, WRPC Building, F-3, MIDC Area Marol, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400093. 4. Superintending Engineer, Regional Inspectorial Organisation (South), Block-IV, Floor-III, Shastri Bhawan, Chennai 600006. 5. Superintending Engineer, Regional Inspectorial Organisation (North-East), NERPC Complex, 3rd Floor, Dong Parmaw, Lapulang, Shillong-793006. vINDEX CHAPTER DESCRIPTION P. NO. CHAPTER-I Organisation 1 CHAPTER-II Planning for Power and Development 15 CHAPTER-III Power Systems Planning and Development 32 CHAPTER-IV Grid Management 50 CHAPTER-V Hydro Power Development 60 CHAPTER-VI Thermal Power Development 69 CHAPTER-VII Distribution and Rural Electrification 86 CHAPTER-VIII Design & Engineering Services 102 CHAPTER-IX Economic and Commercial Aspects of Power Industry 108 CHAPTER-X Power Generation 122 CHAPTER-XI Power Development in North-Eastern Region 129 CHAPTER-XII Training and Human Resource Development 150 ANNEXURE P.
6 NO. ANNEXURE-2A Awardees for the Year 2013-14 under Comprehensive Award Scheme 153 ANNEXURE-3A Details of Inter-Regional Transmission Existing as on 31-03-2015 156 ANNEXURE-3B ISSUES PERTAINING TO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM PLANNING TAKEN UP DURING 2014 -15 158 ANNEXURE-3C Details of the Schemes notified through Tariff based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) 163 ANNEXURE-3D Issues Pertaining to Transmission System Planning taken up in Empowered Committee on Transmission during 2014 -15 164 ANNEXURE-3E TRANSMISSION LINES COMMISSIONED /READY FOR COMMISSIONING DURING 2014 -15 165 ANNEXURE-3F SUB-STATIONS COMISSIONED DURING 2014 -2015 172 ANNEXURE-4A Power Supply Position for 2014 -15 179 ANNEXURE-5A PFRS under 50 000 MW Hydroelectric Initiative 181 viANNEXURE-5B Hydro Capacity Addition During the Year 2014 -15 184 ANNEXURE-5C Hydro Projects Monitorable Target for 2015-16 185 ANNEXURE-5D List of Hydro Electric Projects likely to give benefits during 12th Plan (2012-17) 186 ANNEXURE-6A Projects based on Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (Case-II)
7 By States 188 ANNEXURE-6B RFD programme/Achievement for Thermal capacity addition for the year 2014 -15 190 ANNEXURE-6C THERMAL CAPACITY ADDITION PROGRAMME FOR THE YEAR 2015-16 193 ANNEXURE-6D The Year-wise achievements of R&M and LE Projects during 12th Plan 195 ANNEXURE-8A HYDRO POWER STATIONS IN OPERATION FOR WHICH CONSULTANCY SERVICES HAVE BEEN RENDERED BY CEA 196 ANNEXURE-9A OUTSTANDING DUES OF POWER UTILITIES (PRINCIPAL AND SURCHAGE) PAYABLE TO CENTRAL PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS (CPSUs) 199 ANNEXURE-9B STATEMENT SHOWING ESTIMATED AVERAGE RATES OF ELECTRICITY 204 ANNEXURE-10A All India Sector wise /Organisation wise Generation Target/ Actual & %PLF for the year 2014 -15 207 ANNEXURE-10B ALL INDIA INSTALLED CAPACITY (IN MW) OF POWER STATIONS LOCATED IN THE REGIONS OF MAIN LAND AND ISLANDS 212 ANNEXURE-12A Details of Foreign Tours Performed During 2014 -15 224 vii From the Chairperson Recognizing the emphasis of the Government of India on a sustained growth of the country, initiatives have been taken to increase power generation in the county and to provide reliable and quality power to all.
8 Continuing with the efforts, the Power Sector in India has achieved an addition of 19,685 MW of power generation capacity during the year 2014 -15. The gross power generation by various utilities has been 1048 Billion kWh as against the previous year power generation of 967 Billion kWh, thus achieving a growth rate of %. The previous year the generation capacity addition has been mostly in respect of Thermal Projects. The capacity addition of 22,566 MW during the year comprised 20830 MW Thermal and 736 MW Hydro, thus raising the Installed Capacity of generating stations in the country as on to 2, 71,722 MW. Although thrust is being accorded to maximize generation from other conventional and non-conventional sources, coal based generation is excepted to continue being the main stay of electricity generation. Coal based generation is likely to fuel and support the targeted GDP growth envisaged by the Government in years to come.
9 Efforts are therefore being focused on improving the efficiency of coal based generation. Central Electricity Authority (CEA) plays a pivotal role in optimal utilisation of available coal for the power sector. It also rationalise transportation of coal through Rail transport network. In addition to management of coal supply/ movement, CEA rationalises the Gas supply to Gas based power stations in a gas scarce scenario. In order to meet the coal requirement of increasing capacity addition, domestic coal availability/ supply has become a big challenge for all stake- holders. For the year 2014 -15, CEA estimated a total coal requirement of 594 Million Tonne (MT). Out of this, requirement of domestic coal was estimated as 554 MT. Against this requirement, the availability of domestic coal was ascertained around 473 MT. During the year 2014 -15, against a import target of 54 MT coal, the power utilities had imported around Million Tonne of coal.
10 In addition to above, MT coal was imported by thermal power stations designed on imported coal. The production and supply of gas have not been keeping pace with the growing demand of gas in the country including power sector. Even the gas allocations committed for power stations were not fulfilled. Supply of gas to gas based power plants has been MMSCMD as against requirement of about MMSCMD. Initially nine (9) Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP) were proposed to be set up in different states. Out of these UMPPs, four UMPPs namely Sasan in , Mundra in Gujarat, Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and Tilaiya in Jharkhand have been awarded and transferred to the developers selected through tariff based competitive bidding. All the five units of 800 MW each of Mundra UMPP and all the six units of 660 MW each of Sasan UMPP have been commissioned.