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UJWAL

ST

YEAR
ACHIEVEMENTS AND
INITIATIVES OF
Ministry of Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

A Year which started the journey towards


Year Round Power for All

Record breaking
progress towards
fulfilling
Honble Prime Minister
Shri Narendra Modis
vision of...

24X7

POWER FOR ALL


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ACHIEVEMENTS

Highest coal
production growth
in 23 years

Power deficit
reduced to

8.3%

3.6%
the lowest
ever

Highest ever
generation capacity addition

22,566 MW
22,100 ckm

Over

` 3.35 LAKH Cr.

of potential revenues to coal bearing states through


transparent coal e-auctions & allotments

8.4%

Power Generation Growth


(Highest in 20 years)

Highest ever increase in


Transmission lines

65,554 MVA
Highest ever increase in
Sub-station capacity

A Year which surpassed past records

First time ever,

exceeded
renewable
capacity
addition

targets in solar, wind, small


hydro etc.

TARGETS
Doubling
Coal Indias
production to

100 Cr.

tonnes/year by 2020

Power Generation
to increase by

50%

by 2020

>5 Times

increase in renewable capacity to

1,75,000 MW
by 2022

Energy saving to
increase to

10%
of current
consumption

MISSION

24X7

POWER FOR ALL


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BY 2019

POWER
IS DELIVERED THROUGH A CHAIN
OF ACTIVITIES

TO
LIGHT

FROM
DARKNESS

A chain is only as strong as the weakest link


Annual production
growth of Coal only
1.5% between
2010-14

>24,000 MW of
power capacity idle
due to lack of fuel

28 Cr. people
without access to
power

Loss of ` 1.86 lakh Cr.


estimated by CAG in
Coal allocation

Less than 1% of
solar potential
realized

Largest power
outage in history
with 62 Cr. people in
darkness in 2012

FUEL

GENERATION

TRANSMISSION

Highest coal
production growth
in 23 years

Power generation
exceeds 1 lakh Cr.
units for the first
time

Increased coal &


gas availability to
revive stalled
projects

Plans to increase
solar capacity by
> 30 times

Highest ever
increase in
Transmission lines
& sub station
capacity (22,100
ckm and 65,559
MVA respectively)

Discoms losing
` 70,000 Cr. annually
and accumulated
losses of
> ` 2,50,000 Cr.

DISTRIBUTION

Approved new
schemes for
investment of
` 1.09 lakh Cr. in
Discoms

Spiralling
consumer tariffs
Lack of focused
energy
conservation
efforts

CONSUMPTION

Overall energy
deficit down to
3.6%, the lowest
ever

Measures to build an exceptionally strong


power delivery chain are on and are showing results
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CLEANING

COAL
REMOVING THE

TAINT

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CLEANING

COAL
REMOVING THE

TAINT

ENERGY
Shutdown of
plants dependant
on cancelled coal
mines

EMPLOYMENT
Livelihood of thousands of
workers endangered

Cancellation of 204 coal


blocks by Supreme Court
presented a potential
grave crisis of:

ECONOMY

Economic activity halts,


NPAs mount

Crisis averted by focused


action through
implementation of
transparent e-auction process
in just four months
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REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Coal bearing states like Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh,
Odisha, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra
and Telangana to get potential revenue (including
auction proceeds and royalties) of

` 3.35 lakh Cr.


From auction of 29 Coal blocks & allotments
of 38 coal blocks to states/PSUs

over the lifetime of the mines

REJUVENATED ECONOMY
Reduced import potential and
generated momentum for
Make in India

Legislation Enabled
Coal Mines (Special Provision) Act
& Mines and Minerals
(Development and Regulation)
Amendment Act enacted to
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enable growth of coal sector and


provide for the welfare of locals
particularly tribals in the mineral
bearing areas
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INCREASING

PRODUCTION
THROUGH EFFICIENCY

IMPROVEMENT
Reduction in coal theft using

RFID/GPS tagging
Reduced
Transportation Cost
Coal linkage rationalization to reduce
transportation costs and
save environment

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Coal Project
Monitoring Portal
for quicker decision making,
faster dispute resolution and
accelerated removal of bottlenecks

Improved coal
quality

using compulsory crushing,


washing and third party sampling

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Double coal
production to

100
Cr. Tonnes
by 2020

DOUBLING
COAL INDIA
PRODUCTION
IN 5 YEARS
Trebling exploration activities
for enhancing coal production
Over 60 new mines to be opened
Better evacuation of
coal planned by investing
massively in new railway rakes,
expediting railway lines,
modern equipment and
mechanization
Partnership between Railways,
coal-bearing states and Coal India
to strengthen infrastructure creation.
Signed MoUs with Odisha
and Jharkhand

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Innovative and transparent


new scheme for making gas available
for power generation and generating

7,900 Cr.
units of power
over the next two years from

24,150 MW of
gas based capacity

Reviving these

Gas
Based
Power
Plants

will reduce peak load


shortages in summer and
ensure grid stability.

First round of auction


has resulted in power

Below
` 4.70/unit

SUPPLY RESUMED
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Many of the stranded


gas based power projects
are located in the Southern
region which is power
deficit due to transmission
constraints
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RAPID
INCREASE IN

GENERATION CAPACITY

5 NEW

Ultra Mega Power Projects of

Agreement signed for


expansion of Patratu
Thermal Power Station,
Jharkhand to

4,000 MW

20,000 MW
to be setup in
plug-and-play mode
attracting an investment of

> ` 1 LAKH Cr.

All clearances and linkages


will be in place before the
project is awarded by a
transparent system

Old plants to be upgraded to


enhance capacity and reduce
emission

GENERATION
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100,000 MW of Solar
and 60,000 MW of
Wind capacity
Worlds largest renewable energy
financing meet. Commitments of

118
7
countries

exhibitors from
Increasing the overall
renewable capacity target by

MORE THAN

5 TIMES

Green Generation for


Clean & Energy
Secure India

by 2022

Opportunity for unemployed


graduates & farmers to
become solar
enterpreneures

India is running the largest


renewable capacity expansion
program in the world
Renewable Purchase Obligation
(RPO) and Renewable Generation
Obligation ( RGO) to boost
renewable energy

62,000 MW

of renewable manufacturing
commitment

70,000 MW

of renewable financing
commitment

from

32,000 MW to 1,75,000 MW

2,73,000 MW

Nearly

2500 delegates
200 global
investors &
financiers

from 32 countries

202 speakers including


International speakers from
29 countries

Financing Green Energy

GENERATION
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RE-Invest
2015
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We are like tenant farmers


chopping down the fence around our
house for fuel when we should be
using Nature's inexhaustible sources of
energy sun, wind and tide.
Thomas Edison

RAPID
GREEN
PROGRESS

Highest ever increase in


solar capacity of

1,112 MW

42%

increase in solar
capacity during
2014-15

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solar parks
Accelerated depreciation
restored for wind power
from July 2014 to help
increase wind capacity

in 14 states
have already
been approved

Tender by NTPC to setup

2,170 MW

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solar parks

of Solar Projects

with capacity of

~1000 MW
each planned

Coal cess
quadrupled from

` 50 to ` 200/tonnes
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to help finance clean energy projects


and Ganga rejuvenation

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TRANSMITTING &
DISTRIBUTING
POWER
POWERLESS TO POWERFUL
SMART GRID

National Smart Grid


Mission approved to
bring efficiency in
power supply
network and
facilitate reduction in
losses & outages

` 38,000 Cr.

GREEN ENERGY CORRIDOR

projects being rolled out to


ensure evacuation from
renewable energy plants

` 1 LAKH Cr.

transmission projects to be
bid out over the next year

CREATING COMPETITION
SMART

GRID

Electricity Act being amended to give


consumers a choice to choose and change
power service provider like a mobile
connection. Competition will lead to lower
tariffs & better service

Level playing field in transmission


through seperation of

POSOCO and POWERGRID


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Total investment of ` 1.09 Lakh Cr.


Deendayal Upadhyaya
Gram Jyoti Yojana

Integrated Power
Development Scheme

(DDUGJY)

(IPDS)

Total Govt. expenditure

An integrated scheme for


urban areas covering:

` 63,027 Cr.

Feeder segregation for

24x7 power

to rural homes, micro small and cottage industries

Now small hamlets also covered


Adequate power to farmers

Total Govt. expenditure

` 45,816 Cr.

Smart-metering

for large consumers and

tamper-proof meters at homes


Comprehensive sub-transmission & distribution

New transformers and upgradation

infrastructure upgradation
in urban areas

Remote Villages

Underground cabling and high tech


GIS transformers in densely
populated areas

of last mile infrastructure

to be covered: Off-grids and micro-grids

Solar Installations

by Discoms to promote clean and green energy

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IT implementation
for better customer service
Solar installations like rooftop solar
also covered

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ENERGY
EFFICIENCY

PROGRAMMES

TARGET
TO SAVE 10% of

ENERGY
EFFICIENCY:
ONE UNIT OF

POWER
SAVED
IS WORTH 1.33 UNITS PRODUCED
NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN
FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION
LAUNCHED

CURRENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION

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DOMESTIC
EFFICIENT
LIGHTING
PROGRAMME

ALL
INCANDESCENT
BULBS TO BE
CHANGED TO
LED IN THREE
YEARS

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(DELP) taken up in
about 151 cities in 18
states to replace
20.45 Cr. bulbs in
6.3 Cr. households
by 2016

Distribution of bulbs has


already commenced in
Andhra Pradesh where
45 Lakh LED bulbs have
been distributed to about
22.5 Lakh consumers

LED PRICE
` 310
` 204

74%
Reduction
` 149

Feb-14

Aug-14

Nov-14

` 104

Feb-15

` 82
Mar-15

Due to transparent procurement,


price of LED has reduced by 74% from
` 310 in Feb 2014 to ` 82 in Mar 2015
Energy Efficient Street
Lighting Programme to
cover 251 municipalities
across India to replace 90
lakh street lights by 2016

Installation of LED street


lights has already been
completed in Greater
Vishakhapatnam
Municipal Corporation
and Jhalawar Municipal
Corporation

CONSUMPTION
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SABKA
SAATH,
SABKA
VIKAS

CO-OPERATIVE FEDERALISM
Entire Coal auction revenue will go to
coal bearing states especially under
developed states of Eastern India like
Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha,
West Bengal etc.
Massive thrust to expedite projects in North
East to overcome power shortages and
increase prosperity. Investment of
` 9,865 Cr. for upgrading power systems in
8 North Eastern States (Arunachal Pradesh,
Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram,
Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura)
For the first time, National State Power
Ministers conference was held in Guwahati
where Ministers & Officials from all over India
converged in North East
24X7 power plans made for Andhra Pradesh
and Rajasthan. Action plans for other states
at advanced stage of finalization

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ZERO EFFECT
ON ENVIRONMENT
Massive thrust on renewables to
increase share of clean energy
More than 1 lakh solar pumps
sanctioned in the past year
Solar pumps helped lakhs of
farmers increase output, income
and also provide drinking water

UNNAT CHULHA ABHIYAN provides improved


cook stoves for clean cooking, thus saving the
lives of our mothers and sisters. 3.5 lakh cook
stoves were sanctioned last year
Compulsory crushing and washing of coal to
reduce ash transport by linking plants to their
closest mines

Drinking water problem will be


solved for more than 7.6 lakh
families through solar pumps for
drinking water
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o Massive thrust for MAKE IN INDIA program:


Orders of more than ` 100,000 Cr.
being placed from NTPC, Coal India, Energy
Efficiency Services Ltd., Powergrid
Corporation etc. to kickstart the
economy

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o Domestic industry being encouraged to


scale up and become more cost effective
o 1000 MW of solar capacity to be setup by
PSUs with solar cells made in India
o Defence establishments will buy 300 MW
solar plants
o Similar initiatives across sectors
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Swachh
Bharat
The PSUs under the three Ministries are
committed to active involvement in this effort.
As a first step, they are investing over

` 2,250 Cr. for

over 1,25,000 toilets


separately for boys and girls by 15th August, 2015
particularly in the needy states such as Bihar, Odisha,
West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh
and Rajasthan.
After construction, the PSUs will also maintain these
toilets for a period of five years thus ensuring a complete
sanitation programme.
Awareness is being created in local communities to
improve over all sanitation.

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TRANSPARENCY &
EFFICIENCY
in USING TECHNOLOGY

DIGITAL

National Transmission Asset


Management Centre
(NTAMC) to remotely
monitor national power grid
and help increase power
availability

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Optical fiber network to


connect all high voltage
substations thus reducing
outages

Reduction in coal theft using


RFID/GPS tagging
Coal project monitoring portal for
quick decision making, faster
dispute resolution and accelerated
removal of bottlenecks
Smart Grid & Smart Metering to
improve power availability
e-Office implemented in Ministries

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TRANSPARENCY
Fully transparent and online process for
coal auctions adopted
Support for restarting stranded gas-based
power plants on the basis of reverse
e-bidding process to discover lowest
customer tariff
Reduced red-tape and paper-work
through delegation of powers and
expansion of online interface

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A GOVERNMENT

WHICH CARES

24
365
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Rapid

Emergency
Response

Delhi: After transmission tower collapse


in May 2014, central government worked
day and night to restore power in 15 days
which would have otherwise taken
more than six months

Cyclone Hudhud: Central teams assigned


to restore power in cyclone hit areas.
Damaged streetlights converted to LED
within six weeks to restore as well as
improve lighting

J&K Floods: Special teams rushed to the


state to restore power on war footing

Nepal: Helped Nepal's electricity grid


come online after the earthquake and is
now working towards rebuilding the
distribution network
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Ministry of Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

India has now


graduated from megawatts to
gigawatts in terms of renewable
energy production.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi


at RE-Invest 2015

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