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Generation and Reservoirs Statistics

August 08, 2016

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA

Daily Generation Mix in MWh


336
7,280

9,305
CEB Hydro

3,730

CEB Thermal Oil


CEB Coal
IPP Thermal

19,400

SPP Wind

Total Generation -40,051.0MWh

Note: Generation from other SPPs (Mini Hydro, Solar and Biomass) is not included

Cumulative Dispatch- 2016


July, 2016
Category
CEB Hydro

January 1 to August 08, 2016


Dispatch (MWh)
72,710.0 23.88%

Category
CEB Hydro

Dispatch (GWh)
2,496 29.95%

CEB Thermal Oil

42,720.0 14.03%

CEB Thermal Oil

1,241 14.90%

CEB Coal

150,340.0 49.37%

CEB Coal

2,972 35.66%
1,083 13.00%

IPP Thermal

28,051.0

9.21%

IPP Thermal

SPP Wind

10,667.5

3.50%

Renewable

Total

304,488.5

Total

541

6.49%

8,333

Note: Generation from Mini Hydro, Solar and Biomass power plants during June, July and August is
not included in annual cumulative renewable generation figure.

Dispatch on August 08, 2016


MWh
7000

6000

5000

4000

Rated Capacity
Available
Dispatched

3000

2000

1000

Night Peak Contribution on August 08, 2016


MW
300

250

200
Installed
Capacity
150

Available
Capacity
Night Peak Load

100

50

Contribution to the Night Peak in MW


14
804

425

CEB Hydro
CEB Thermal Oil
CEB Coal

184

IPP Thermal
SPP Wind

816

Night Peak -2,244.2 MW

Day Peak Demand 2,024.5 MW


Minimum Recorded Demand 1,067.3 MW

Note: Contribution from other SPPs (Mini Hydro, Solar and Biomass) is not included

Reservoir Storage Levels ( As at 06.00 hr on August 09, 2016)


GWh
300
280.2

270
240

% Capacity
80%

69.0%

63.2%

68.3%

60%

63.9%

210
180

70%

56.0%

172.8

50%

150

40%

120
90
60

30%

97.1

29.5%

75.8

65.0

51.1

30
0

20%
10%

0%
Castlereigh

Maussakelle

Kotmale

Victoria

% capacity

Randenigala

Samanalawewa

Storage Level (GWh)

Note: Hydro Reservoir Storage Capacity as at August 09, 2016 742.0 GWh (58.97%)

GWh

Comparison of Total Reservoir Storage Levels with Past Years

1200

1000

2012

800

2013
2014
600

2015
2016

400

200

GWh

Major Hydro Reservoir Levels in GWh- 2016

500
450
400

Castlereigh

350

Maussakelle
Kotmale

300

Victoria
250

Randenigala
200

Samanalawewa

150
100
50
0

Note: Contribution from Mini Hydro, Solar and Biomass is not included

5-Aug

29-Jul

22-Jul

15-Jul

8-Jul

1-Jul

24-Jun

17-Jun

10-Jun

3-Jun

27-May

20-May

13-May

6-May

29-Apr

22-Apr

15-Apr

8-Apr

1-Apr

25-Mar

18-Mar

11-Mar

4-Mar

26-Feb

19-Feb

12-Feb

5-Feb

29-Jan

22-Jan

15-Jan

2400

8-Jan

1-Jan

Demand Variation

MW

2200

2000

1800

1600

1400

1200
Nigh Peak

1000
Day Peak

800

600
Minimum
Demand

400

200

Comparison of Cumulative Dispatch from January 1 to August 08, 2016

GWh
9,000

8,000

7,000

163.58
200.91

1082.89

165.16
659.56

6,000

2971.57

5,000

4,000

3129.93

1,000

IPP
CEB Coal
CEB Oil

1777.43

3,000

2,000

SPP Wind

2178.11

555.92

1241.16

2712.85

2495.84

2015

2016

1336.37

1584.92

2014

Note: Generation from SPP Mini Hydro, Solar and Biomass is not included
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Year

MW

Load Curve for August 07,2016

2100

1800

1500

CEB Hydro

1200

IPP Thermal
CEB Thermal
Oil
CEB Coal

900

600

300

0
Time of Day

10

List of Power Stations


Power Station

Capacity (MW)

Primary Fuel

CEB Hydro
Victoria
Ukuwela
Kotmale

Randenigala
Rantambe
Bowatenna
Nilambe
Upper Kotmale
Old Laxapana
New Laxapana
Polpitiya
Wimalasurendra
Canyon
Samanalawewa
Kukuleganga
Inginiyagala
Udawalawe

210
40
201
122
49
40
3.2
150
50
115
75
50
60
120
75
10
6

CEB Thermal
Sapugaskanda 1
Sapugaskanda 2
Kelanitissa Small Gas Turbines
GT 7 - Kelanitissa
Kelanitissa CCY
Lakvijaya (Puttalam Coal)
Lakvijaya (Puttalam Coal) Stage II
Lakvijaya (Puttalam Coal) Stage III
Uthuru Janani
Barge CEB

72
72
68
115
165
285
285
285
24
60

Private Thermal (IPPs)


Asia Power
Sojitz - Kelanitissa
West Coast
Northern Power
ACE Embilipitiya

51
163
270
27
100

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Heavy Fuel
Heavy Fuel
Auto Diesel
Auto Diesel
Naptha & Diesel
Coal
Coal
Coal
Heavy Fuel
Furnace Oil

Heavy Fuel
Auto Diesel
Low Sulphur Furnace oil
Auto Diesel
Furnace Oil