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Problems before Mahavitaran Action Plan, Achievements & Future Plans Towards Reforms. Problems before Mahavitaran (June 05). Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW (500MW Chandrapur under long Outage) High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05)

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problems before mahavitaran june 05
Problems before Mahavitaran (June 05)
  • Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW (500MW Chandrapur under long Outage)
  • High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05)
  • Large Amount of Outstanding Arrears (Rs. 8130.61 Cr.)
  • Highly Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure
  • Large Pending Applications for Ag Connections (1.7 Lakhs Paid App)
  • Poor Response to Consumers
  • Employee Motivation
  • Financial Losses
action plan to resolve the issues
Action Plan to Resolve the Issues
  • MSEDCL’s Mission Statement
  • 10 Point Action Plan
  • Communication Plan
  • Organizational Changes
slide4

Action Plan and Achievements in 2005-06

  • Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW

LOAD MANAGEMENT

CAPACITY ADDITION PLAN

  • A) Load Management
  • Single Phasing :7800 villages completed – Load Relief : 960 MW
  • Gaothan feeder Separation :90 feeders completed- Load Relief : 104 MW
  • Akshay Prakash Yojana : 4611 Villages, 960 MW
  • Energy Conservation : 4.5 Lakhs CFLs, 9 MW
  • Pune Zero Load Shedding Model
  • Total Load Managed: 2122 MW

Load Curve for APY & Single Phasing

shortage of power and load shedding of more than 4000 mw contd
Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW Contd……

B) Capacity Addition Availability Plan Up to FY 12

  • Plan of 19000 MW to meet deficit of 10000 MW in 5 years

MahaGenco – 6178

Central Sector – 2753

Interstate – 591

RGPPL - 1768

IPP – 3973

Ultra Mega PP – 3840

2006-07 (MW):

Mahagenco – 364, Tarapur - 158, NTPC (V’chal, Sipat, K’gaon)– 316, Ghatghar 200, RGPPL – 650: Total 1688 MW

  • Power Purchase at High Cost

Total: 19103 MW

shortage of power and load shedding of more than 4000 mw contd1
Shortage of Power and Load Shedding of more than 4000 MW Contd……

Future Plans (Load Management)

  • Single Phasing Phase II - 4515 villages with expenditure of Rs. 270Cr. by March 2008
  • Gaothan Feeder Separation-2500 villages by 06-07 and balance by 2007-08
  • Energy Conservation-
    • CFL Launch in entire Maharashtra ( 3 Crores of CFLs to be distributed in entire Maharashtra within next 1 year)
    • Capacitors-
      • LTLMS on 62666 DTCs, Fixed capacitors on 19900 DTCs

Abstract:

high distribution losses 31 14 in 04 05
High Distribution Losses (31.14% in 04-05)
  • Action Plan & Achievements
  • Energy accounting and fixing of responsibility at all levels

- 80% Feeders’ EA Completed, 50,000 DTCs Metered & EA Completed

  • Theft reduction drive including abetment & action against employees:
  • - FIR Against 22 Employees
  • - Disciplinary Action Against 389 Employees
  • - 110 Flying Squads Deployed
  • - 26572 Thefts detected
  • Outsourcing of Meter Reading, Bill Distribution and Collection
  • Bhiwandi Franchisee Finalized
  • HVDS
  • Centre of Excellence - DRUM Project at Aurangabad : Tenders Invited
  • Commercial Intelligence Wing Set Up

LOSSES REDUCED BY 3.15% TO 27.9% IN 2005-06

high distribution losses contd
High Distribution Losses (contd…)
  • Future Plans
  • Distribution Losses to be reduced to 19 % by 2008-09. [with 3% reduction each year]
  • Energy Audit of the remaining 2830 feeders to be completed during this year
  • Metering of 1.5 Lakh DTCs to be completed by March 2007
  • 6 police stations to be set up
  • Bhiwandi to be handed over to Franchisee
  • High Loss feeders (Losses above 50%) to be franchised out (Feeder Franchisee Scheme)
  • High Loss DTCs to be franchised out (Micro Franchisee Scheme)
  • 16.65 Lakh Ag connections to be metered by the year 2007-08.
  • 20,000 HT consumers will get AMR
  • Ludhiana Pattern to be introduced on large scale.
low collection efficiency
Low collection efficiency
  • Action Plan & Achievements
  • After Company formation Monthly repatriation has increased from Rs. 932 Cr. to Rs.
  • 1426 Cr.
  • Collection Efficiency has reached 95.32% in 2005-06.
  • Elimination of average billing: Normal Billing Increased to 84.2% in 2005-06 from
  • 77.44% in 2004-05.
  • 100 % disconnection of consumers with arrears above Rs 5000/-
  • Reduction of arrears: RCI Arrears reduced from Rs.1466 Cr. In FY 05 to Rs.1360 Cr in FY 06
  • E-billing (all Bills), Spot billing (20 Cities), ATM Cash Collection Centres (50), Drop Boxes, E-
  • payment Introduced.
  • Special PD Arrears Recovery Team Set Up: Rs. 8.28 Crs Recovered.
low collection efficiency contd
Low collection efficiency (contd..)
  • Future Plans
    • Spot Billing and ATMs at all circles
    • Mobile Collection Centres
    • Increasing the scope of e-payment
    • Collection Efficiency to be increased by 2% every year
deteriorated distribution infrastructure
Deteriorated Distribution Infrastructure

Objectives

  • Action Plan & Achievements
  • (Infrastructure Development Plan)
  • 3 years’ Load Profile at SDO Level: Prepared for 580 Sub-
  • Divisions (Growth of 8870 MW)
  • 3 years’ Infrastructure Plan to cater to the load:
  • DPR Prepared for 580 Subdivisions of Rs. 14524 Crores
  • Plan includes 590 Sub Stn, 35 Switching Stn, 68751 DTC, 84531 KM HT Lines, 23229 KM LT Lines
  • Project Management Consultants Appointed
  • Quality Control Department Set Up
  • Material Management Cell set Up
  • Rs. 5000 Cr. MOUs Signed with REC/ PFC, (15 projects approved by REC worth Rs.2256 Cr
  • Received In-Principle Go-Ahead from MERC
pending applications for ag connections
Pending Applications for Ag connections

Status of Pending Ag Pump Applications as on 31-03-2006

Total Applns Recd - 3,76,385

Paid Pending Applns - 1,98,837

Test Reports Received - 1,03,601

Achievements

Future Plan

  • Bring down the Ag. pending connections to one month in 3 years

Circle Wise Break Up

poor response to consumer
Poor Response to Consumer
  • Implementation of MIS:
      • MIS Phase I – Computers and CMS/FEMS software provided to 345 S/Dns.
      • Module for Store, EA, Finance, Consumer Systems etc.
      • MIS Phase II – TCS Appointed, 15 Modules (including Asset Mgt,
      • GAD, HRMS, Training .etc.) envisaged
  • Communication Backbone with BSNL & Data Centre Started
  • Training to employees: Mandays Trained in 2005-06 increased to 36757 in comparison to 28226 in FY 2004-05.
  • Customer Facilitation Centres: 5 CFCs Set Up
  • Call Centres: 9 at Pune, Bhandup, Nagpur, Akola, Amravati, Kalyan, Ahmednagar, Nasik, Kolhapur Set Up
  • SCADA: Being Implemented in 10 Cities (Amravati, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Malegaon, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Pimpri-chinchwad, Sangli, Pune)
  • E-billing , Online payment , SEVAK ATM (50 Achieved in 2005-06), Bill junction / Bill desk
  • 9 Consumer Grievance Redressal Forums Set Up
  • Action Plan & Achievements
poor consumer response contd
Poor Consumer Response (contd…..)
  • 50 CFCs to be completed by August 06
  • 12 Call centres to be set up at Municipal Corporations by March 07
  • 67 more SEVAK ATMs to be installed by October 06
  • MIS Phase I – Computers and CMS/FEMS software will be provided to additional 220 S/Dns by March 2007
  • Integration of 6 modules of MIS Phase I will be completed by October 06
  • GIS Network Mapping
  • MIS Phase-II will be Completed in 1 Year.
  • Future Plan
7 employee motivation
7. Employee Motivation
  • Action Plan & Achievements
  • Communication Plan & Motivational Work Shop
  • Reward for Good Performance of all Employees
  • Performance Scorecard of All Officers’ on KPIs on Internet
  • Increasing Officers’ Exposure to Best Practices
  • Voluntary Uniform, Flag & Anthem
  • 4 Mobile MDs Representatives
  • De-centralization & Regional Executive Directors
  • Simplification of Procedures and Transparency
  • Quality Consciousness
  • Drive Against Corruption
summary of major achievements

Summary of Major Achievements

Monthly repatriation increased from average Rs. 932 Crores to maximum Rs. 1426 Crores

Distribution Losses reduced by 3.14 % (31.14 % in 2004-05 to 28 % in 2005-06)

50,000 Urban DTCs metered and Energy Accounting started

5 years’ load Profile and Infrastructure Work Plan prepared for 580 Subdivisions of Rs. 14524 Crores for a three year period

summary of major achievements contd

Summary of Major Achievements Contd……

Effective Load Management through Akshay Prakash Yojana, Single Phasing, GFSS,use of CFLs, capacitor installation on DTCs and at sub-stations being implemented successfully for greater consumer satisfaction

Bhiwandi Franchisee Finalised

Employee motivation through training

Communication Plan implemented for Goodwill building up

Enhanced Consumer Response through CFCs, Call Centres, ATMs, E-billing etc.

Pune Zero Load Shedding Model

summary of future plans

Summary of Future Plans

3 years’ Infrastructure Plan to cater to the future load growth

Distribution Losses to be reduced to 19 % within 3 years

Energy Audit to be started on the remaining 1.5 Lakh DTCs and 2830 feeders by March 2007

Collection Efficiency to be increased to 100% within 3 years

Normal Billing Percentage to be 100% in one year

summary of future plans contd

Summary of Future Plans (Contd…..)

Load Management and Capacity Addition so as to have zero Load Shedding by 2009-10

Micro franchisee and Feeder Franchisee Schemes

Use of SCADA, Call Centres, CFCs etc. in all Municipal Corporation Areas

16.5 Lakh Ag Consumers to be metered by 2007-08

Bring down the Ag pending Connections to 1 month in 3 years

issues with govt of maharashtra
Issues with Govt. of Maharashtra
  • Promised Conversion of Govt. Debt of Rs. 2742 Cr. Not Cleared.
  • Experience of Other States
  • Appointment of Director (Finance), Director (HRD)
  • Valuation/ New Balance Sheet/ New P&L Account
  • Establishing dedicated police stations and special courts- Appointments of SP’s on deputation
  • M/s. Mula Pravara Electric Co-op Society – recovery of arrears and other pending issues
  • Payment of Arrears of State Govt. Dept.
major performance indicators

Previous Years

Major Performance Indicators
  • FY 2005-06: Genco: Profit Rs. 256 Cr, Transco: Profit Rs. 330 Cr. Net -13 Cr
  • # Values for period 05/06/2005 to 31/03/2006
slide26

ARR & Tariff Petition Summary

– Total Revenue Expenditure

(Rs. Crore)

need for tariff increase
Need for tariff increase
  • Power Purchase Cost has increased from Rs 10707 Crore in FY 04 to Rs 16335 Crore in FY 07
  • The average cost of supply (ACOS) has increased from Rs. 3.07 per kWh to Rs. 4.22 per kWh.
  • The average increase in tariff works out to 28.8%
communication plan
Communication Plan
  • Communication Strategy
  • Communication Focused towards internal Employees
  • Communication of reforms to consumers
  • Means of Communication
  • Workshops with field staff and with unions
  • Workshops conducted by Unions for members
  • Staff Meetings at Division/Circle Level
  • House Journal (E-magazine) – “Maha Vitaran Veej Varta”
  • Video message on Ten Point Program
  • Articles in Newspapers
drive against corruption
Drive Against Corruption
  • Drive including abetment & action against employees:
  • - FIR Against 22 Employees
  • - Disciplinary Action Against 389 Employees
pune load shedding model
Pune Load Shedding Model
  • Total Load Required for Pune Urban Circles: 751 MW
  • Non Sheddable Load : 393 MW
  • Sheddable Load : 358 MW
  • CPP Generation : 90 MW (From 28 Consumers)
  • CPP Generators to run : 4 to 6 Hrs. / Day
  • Loading on Consumer : 42 Ps. / Unit
  • except (0 to 300 Units Consumption)
major performance indicators previous years
Major Performance Indicators (Previous Years)
  • # Values for period 05/06/2005 to 31/03/2006