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MoP’s Presentation On Rural Electrification to Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy (February 18, 2005). Definition of Village Electrification. Prior To October 1997:

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MoP’s Presentation

On

Rural Electrification to Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy

(February 18, 2005)

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definition of village electrification
Definition of Village Electrification
  • Prior To October 1997:

“A village should be classified as electrified if electricity is being used within its revenue area for any purpose whatsoever.”

  • After October 1997:

“A village will be deemed to be electrified if the electricity is used in the inhabited locality, within the revenue boundary of the village, for any purpose what-so-ever”.

Contd…

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definition of village electrification1
Definition of Village Electrification
  • New Definition (2004-05):

“ A village will be deemed to be electrified if

    • Basic infrastructure such as distribution transformer and distribution lines are provided in the inhabited locality as well as the dalit basti/hamlet where it exists.
    • Electricity is provided to public places like schools, panchayat offices, health centres, dispensaries, community centres etc. and
    • The number of households electrified should be at least 10% of the total number of households in the village.

The above definition has come into effect from the year 2004-05.

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Status of Electrification

Rural Electrification

Total no. inhabited villages 587,556

No. of villages electrified (prov.) 474,982

No. of villages yet to be electrified 112,401 *

* about 1,25,000 as per new definition

Rural Households Electrification (Census 2001)

Overall electrification in the country :

Total no. of Households 1382.7 lakhs

Households electrified 601.8 lakhs (43.52%)

Households yet to be electrified 780.9 lakhs (56.48%)

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status of electrification
Status of Electrification

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Status of Electrification

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progress of village electrification
Progress of Village Electrification
  • During 6th & 7th Five year plan on an average 22000 villages were electrified every year.
  • During 8th plan only an average of 3700 villages were electrified per year.
  • During 9th plan this number reduce to about 2200 village per year.
  • During first two years of 10th plan only about 11000 villages have been electrified.

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Problems encountered in Rural Electrification

  • Rural areas : - Characterised by :low density network
  • long LT lines & poor quality of supply
  • low revenue realization
  • Deteriorating financial health of SEBs/Utilities in 1990’s
  • Outstandings to CPSU’s etc.
  • Reluctance / Inability to borrow from REC for village electrification.

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National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP) on Rural Electrification

NCMP goal

  • augmenting and modernizing the rural electricity infrastructure
  • completion of rural households electrification in five years

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new scheme
New Scheme
  • In order to achieve the objectives of NCMP

CCEA has approved a New Scheme on RURAL ELECTRICITY INFRASTRUCTURE AND HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIFICATION

All existing schemes of Ministry of Power merged into this scheme.

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scheme on rural infrastructure and household electrification
Scheme on Rural Infrastructure and Household Electrification

Objective

  • To provide rural electricity infrastructure and access to all the households within five years
  • Rural Electricity Infrastructure would also cater for requirement of:
    • Agricultural pump sets
    • Small and medium industries, khadi and village industries
    • Cold chain,
    • Health & Education sector
    • Communication & IT

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scope
Scope

Provision of 90% Capital Subsidy for:

  • 33/11 KV (or 66/11 KV) substations in blocks where they do not exist.
  • Electrification of Unelectrified villages.
  • Electrification of Unelectrified habitations with provision of distribution transformers.
  • Decentralised distributed generation and distribution for such villages where grid connectivity is either not feasible or not cost effective, excluding the villages to be covered by MNES through non-conventional energy sources.

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Scope
  • 100% grant for electrification of all unelectrified BPL households as per existing guidelines of KutirJyoti programme.
  • Households other than BPL would not be covered for capital subsidy. They would pay for their connection charges.

Contd…….

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cost estimates of scheme
Cost Estimates of Scheme

1. Electrification of 1,00,000 Unelectrified villages with grid

Extension including electrification of 10% Households(BPL)

@Rs.8.86 Lakh/village

(25000 villages would be covered under MNES programme) 8860 Cr.

  • Household Electrification of 1.88 Cr BPL households in

electrified villages @ Rs. 1500/H/H 2820 Cr

  • Augmentation of backbone network in already electrified

villages having unelectrified habitations @ Rs. 1 lac/villages

for 4.62 Lac villages 4620 Cr

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16300 Cr.

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revenue sustainability
Revenue Sustainability
  • Decentralised Management through Panchayat Institutions and other franchisees.
  • Bulk Supply Tariff (BST) to be determined ensuring commercial viability of Franchisee.
  • BST to be factored for determination of consumer tariff by SERC
  • Commitment of State Government to clearly provide required subsidy, if any, to State Utility.

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revenue sustainability1
Revenue Sustainability

Cost of Additional annual supply of Electricity to be met through:

  • Reduction of Technical losses
  • Reduction of commercial losses & Control of theft
  • Additional revenue from industrial and commercial consumers with higher economic growth.
  • Subsidies from State Government.

Contd…

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national electricity policy
National Electricity Policy

Rural Electrification

  • Access to all households within next five years.
  • Distribution Licensee to cover cost of Electricity and related O&M expenses from consumer.
  • BPL households would need to be subsidised.
  • Subsidies to be targeted in efficient manner.
  • Participation of Panchayats, Local authorities, NGOs and Franchisees in cost recovery and O&M.

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Role of CPSU’s

  • CPSUs service would be made available to States as per their willingness and requirement.
  • CPSUs will assist States in formulation and/or execution of Rural Electrification projects.
  • MOU’s already signed by REC with PowerGrid, NHPC,NTPC and DVC.

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allocation for implementation of re projects to cpsus as intended by the states
Allocation for Implementation of RE projects to CPSUs as intended by the states

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Allocation for Implementation of RE projects to CPSUs as intended by the states

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status of implementation accelerated electrification of 1 lakh villages and 1 crore households
Status of Implementation(Accelerated electrification of 1 lakh villages and 1 crore households)

Projects Sanctioned: 78 projects (Rs. 2543 crore)

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System Improvement Programmes for Strengthening of Rural Distribution

  • LOAN ASSISTANCE SCHEME OF REC to utilities for upgradation, modernisation and improvement of rural distribution network.

(Rs. Cr.)

• Performance during previous years

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Sanction 2989 3703 2714

Disbursement 1385 1622 2059

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Pumpsets Energisation

  • Pumpsets energised till March ‘04 141 lakh
  • Potential to be exploited 63 lakh

Balance potential mainly in the States of U.P., M.P., Orrisa, Bihar and West Bengal

  • States like AP, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, TamilNadu, Punjab, etc. have overexploited the potential leading to faster depletion of ground water table resulting in:
    • Increased energy requirement
    • Increased subsidy bills and pressure on SEB’s

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THANK YOU

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