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SARDAR SAROVAR (NARMADA) PROJECT For Long Term Water Security Dr. M.B. Joshi GM (Tech. & Coor.) SardarSarovar Narmada Nigam Limited
Regional Water Transfer A means to address Water Scarcity
Mission of SSP Harnessing the untapped waters of the Narmada for survival of millions of people and environmentally sound sustainable development of the western India by providing the essence of life-Water and Energy.
Award of the Tribunal Water (28 MAF) Power (1450 MW) Madhya Pradesh 57% (826.50 MW) Madhya Pradesh 65.18% (18.25 MAF) Maharashtra 0.89% (0.25 MAF) Rajasthan 1.79% (0.50 MAF) Gujarat 32.14% (9.0 MAF) Gujarat 16% (232 MW) Maharashtra 27% (391.50 MW)
Manmade Perennial Rivers World’s largest canal network to convey 11.7 BCM of water every year
From Dam to Farm Conveying water over distances upto 700 km, and even by lifting 71m for Saurashtra and 55m for Kachchh 11.7 BCM
Land Acquisition through Consent Route • Prompt & Transparent Payment at Jantri rate Private land acquired from 86,500 farmers through Consent award 13,000 Ha
SSP – One of the largest construction projects • Large scale construction of canal network to bring additional 1 M Ha under irrigation 203 Works Contracts 700+ Locations 8239 Crore
Irrigation • Irrigation facilities to 1.8 million hectare of land serving 1 million farmers Irrigation Potential (Hectares) created till date by constructing canal network upto Minors 7.33 Lakh
Drinking Water • Drinking water to 9633 villages and 131 urban centres In addition to 118 towns, Number of villages already covered in the Narmada based Drinking Water Supply schemes 7409
Hydro Power • River Bed Power House – 1200 MW • Six Units of Francis Reversible Turbines • Penstock Diameter 7.6 m • Canal Head Power House – 250 MW • Five Units of Kaplan Turbines • Penstock Diameter 6.7 m • Both the Power Houses fully operational from June 2006 onwards • Even at Rs. 2.05 per Unit, Rs. 6088 Crore (~1 Billion USD) benefits against the Project Cost of Rs. 5080 Crore) and O&M Cost of 155 Crore so far Million Units of electricity generated till date 29700
Water & Energy Interlinkages • 29,700 Million kWh generated so far • About 96,300 Million kWh saved due to reduced groundwater pumping Gujarat’s water saved due to generation of electricity and saving (Million Cubic Meter) 81922%
Contribution of SardarSarovar Project • RBPH will not be redundant even during the final stage when Madhya Pradesh would be utilising its entire 18.25 MAF of water. • 250 MW available from CHPH as peaking power when the 9.5 MAF water will be passed through the CHPH Recirculation of valuable water for generating peaking power 1200MW
SardarSarovar Dam Site Vicinity Area FULL RESERVOIR LEVEL EL. 138.68 M GARUDESHWAR WEIR EL. 31.57 M 250 500 0 M NOT TO SCALE DOWNSTREAM WATER LVL 26.71 M – 31.57 M (WITH GARUDESHWAR WEIR) DAM APRON WATER LVL 30.00 M HFL 52.50 M (1 IN 100 YEAR ) DAM EL.146.5 M
Pilot Project of Solar PV (1 MW) on Canal Top • Benefits from the project • 1.6 million units of power to be generated annually • 9 million liters Water to be conserved • Less Algae Growth in the canal water • 6 acreslAND • Innovative Idea: Cover the canal with Solar Panels to • Minimize evaporation from canal • Produce power using solar panels as the cover • Produce eco-friendly power • Save Land
Assessment of Present Potential For different types of canals, the potential can be assessed as under : Saving of about 60 to 90 million cubic meter per annum due to reduced evaporation loss. Equivalent to 96 to 144 Million Units of electricity to fetch this much groundwater 2 GW • Top width of these canals range from 110 m to 10 m, can facilitate installation of Solar PV Panels with an installed capacity of 2,000 MW. • Such installation on canal top can thus cover a water surface area of about 50 to 60 million square meter.
Awards and Recognition • 2007 : • Enertia Award for “ Project Management in power generation” • 2010-2011 : • Enertia Award for High Power Generation (43.5% higher compared to 2009-10) • 2012 : • CIDC Vishwakarma Award - Best project in Power
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