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NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY

GUIDELINES FOR DETERMINATION OF


CONSUMER END TARIFF (METHODOLOGY AND PROCESS), 2015
NOTIFICATION
Islamabad, the 16:h January 2015
S.R.O.

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(I)/2015:-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 7(2)(i) of the Regulation

of Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power Act, 1997 (XL of 1997) read
with rule 3(2)(g) of NEPRA Tariff (Standards and Procedure) Rules, 1998, the National Electric
Power Regulatory Authority, hereby issues the following guidelines to lay down the
Methodology & Process for Determination/Approval of Consumer-end Tariff.

NFTRA Guidelines for January 5


determination of
2015
consumer end tariff
(Methodology and process )

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Table of Contents
Part 1 Introduction

Part 2 Definitions

Part 3 Minimum Filing Requirement

Part 4 Formula and principles for determining the revenue requirement 8


Part 5 Schedule of petition and tariff determination process

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Part 6 Schedule of Tariff

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Part 7 Tariff Methodology

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Part 8 Multiyear Tariff Methodology

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Annexes

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Tariff Petition Forms for minimum filing requirement DF Form 1 28

: In exercise of the powers conferred by section 7(2)(i) of the Regulation of Generation,


Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power Act, 1997 (XL of 1997) read with rule 3(2)(g) of NEPRA
Tariff (Standards and Procedure) Rules, 1998, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, hereby issues
the following guidelines to lay down the Methodology & Process for Determination/Approval of Consumerend Tariff.

Part 1
Introduction
1. NEPRA was established under the Regulation of Generation, Transmission and Distribution of
Electric Power Act, 1997 (Act) and one of its functions is to determine, specify or approve the tariffs for
the generation, transmission and distribution companies. In accordance with Section 31 read with section
46 of the Act, NEPRA developed the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Tariff Standards and
Procedure) Rules, 1998 which provides for tariff setting process and broad parameters of tariff setting.
2. Though NEPRA determines the tariff for all the generation, transmission and distribution companies;
yet the sum of costs of all the three kinds of tariffs is recovered from the consumers through the retail
tariffs of distribution companies.
3. Based on the legal framework and NEPRA Tariff Standard & Procedure Rules, 1998, the distribution
licensee files a tariff petition and NEPRA determines the consumer-end tariff of each of each distribution
licensee, by assessing different components of its revenue requirement e.g. projected Power Purchase
Price, Distribution Margin & Prior Period Adjustment , if any. Once companies files their tariff petitions
with NEPRA for the determination of their consumer end tariffs, NEPRA invites the public to make
comments on the submissions of the companies. NEPRA conducts public hearing after receiving
comments from the public where necessary in order to enhance transparency and accountability.
4. Notwithstanding the fact that the tariff of the distribution company is its Distribution Margin yet the
fact would remain that beside that margin, the generation cost (of generation companies) as well as the
wheeling charges (for transmission company) are also recovered in the bills generated by the distribution
companies. Accordingly, for the end-consumers, the tariff for a distribution company may be of much
importance, therefore, in order to enhance the public understanding of the tariff setting process of
NEPRA as well as to provide guidance to the distribution licensees as to the contents and information t
be included in their petitions filed before NEPRA, these Guidelines are hereby formulated and is sued.

Part 2
Definitions
5. Short title and commencement:(1) These guidelines shall be called NEPRA Determination of Consumer-end-Tariff (Methodology &
Process) Guidelines, 2011.0
(2) These guidelines shall be applicable for all the distribution licensees and shall be applicable with
immediate effect.
6. Definitions:(1)

In these guidelines, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,


(a) "Act" means the Regulation of Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power
Act, 1997 (XL of 1997);
(b) "Authority" means the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA);
(c) "Base Year" means the year on which the annual or multiyear tariff projection is being made.
It may be a historical financial year, for which the actual results/audited accounts are available.
It may be a combination of actual results and projected results for the same financial year or it
may be a pure projection of a future financial year.
(d) "Consumer-end Tariff" means a tariff to be charged to the end-consumer comprising of
Power Purchase Price, and Distribution Margin adjusted for permissible Transmission and
Distribution Losses, Cross-Subsidy if any) and Inter-Region Subsidy if any).
(e) "Distribution Business " means the business of distribution of electric power carried on or to
be carried on by the licensee pursuant to and in accordance with the terms of the distribution
license granted by the Authority;
(f) "Distribution System " means the distribution facilities situated within the Service Territory
owned or operated by the licensee for distribution of electric power including, without
limitation, electric lines or circuits, electric plant, meters, interconnection facilities or other
facilities operating at the distribution voltage, and shall also include any other electric lines,
circuits, transformers, sub-stations, electric plant, interconnection facilities or other facilities
determined by the Authority as forting part of the distribution system, whether or not
operating at the distribution voltage;

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(g) "Distribution Margin" means the component of revenue requirement comprising of


operations & maintenance cost, return on rate base, depreciation, taxes, other regulatory cost
including other income determined or approved by the Authority for running the distribution
business.
(h) "Investment Program" means the distribution company's proposed investment in equipment,
facilities and infrastructure for improved and efficient services.
(i) "Licensee" means the licensee to whom a distribution licence is granted in accordance with
the Act and the Licensing (Distribution) Rules and shall include its permitted successors and
assigns;
(j) "Petition" means an application filed by the licensee or any person/party interested in tariff
under NEPRA Tariff Standards and Procedure Rules-1998.
(k) "petitioner" means a licensee of the Authority which files the petition for determination of its
tariff.
(1) "Prudent Utility Practices " means the practices of an operator of an electric power
undertaking seeking in good faith to perform its obligations and in the conduct of its
undertaking exercising that degree of skill, diligence, prudence and foresight which would
reasonably be expected from a skilled and experienced operator and complying with the
relevant Laws and codes;
(m)"Power Purchase Price" means the generation cost and transmission cost to be worked out
and allocated from CPPA / NTDC pool to distribution companies in accordance with transfer
price mechanism approved by the Authority plus power purchase by distribution companies
through bilateral contracts duly approved by the Authority ;
(n) "Region" shall include the geographic area falling within the service and concessional territory
of any Distribution Company;
(0) "Registrar" means, a person designated by the Authority to register and record receipt of
communications and petitions filed with the Authority and to perform such duties as may be
assigned by the Authority from time to time;
(p) "Rules" means NEPRA Tariff (Standards and Procedure) Rules, 1998; and Distribution
Licensing Rules 1999.
(q) "Test Year" means the first year of tariff control period in multiyear tariff regime.
(r) "Use of System" means the use of the distribution system for the transport of electric power
by and for and on behalf of the licensee and, in relation to second-tier supplier other than
nd-tier supplier ;
the licensee, for and on behalf of s

(s) " Use of System Charges " means the charges made or levied or to be made or levied by the
licensee for the use of system for the purposes of the distribution business or the second-tier
supply business or in respect of the use of the distribution system by a second-tier supplier but
shall not include connection charges ;
(t) "Transfer Price Mechanism" means a mechanism determined by the Authority through which
cost of generation and transmission is transferred from National Transmission & Dispatch
Company (NTDC)1 s network to a distribution company's network.
(u) "Revenue Requirement" means the minimum amount of revenue required by a company to
run its operations smoothly.
(v) "Technical Losses" means transmission & distribution losses of a distribution company
without theft.
(w)"Non Technical Losses" means the term used by a distribution company to explain theft.
(x) "Tariff Control Period Multiyear Tariff" means a period of assessment under multiyear tariff
regime, for which the Authority has determined the tariff of a distribution company.
(y) "NTDC" means National Transmission & Dispatch Company.
(z) "CPPA" means an independent Central Power Purchasing Agency .
(aa) "CPPA/NTDC" means Central Power Purchasing Agency as part of National Transmission &
Dispatch Company (NTDC).
(ab)"CPPA/NTDC Pool" means a central pool where CPPA functioning as a part of NTDC
acquires electricity generated from different sources of fuels, at different costs and all energy
cost ( fuel cost plus variable O&M cost ) are clubbed are to arrive at a single weighted average
cost of energy price, which remains same for all the distribution companies.
(ac)"Eligible Distribution Company " means XWDISCOs only.

(2)

Words and expressions used but not defined in these guidelines shall have the same meaning
as in the Act and Rules and Regulations framed there under.

Part 3
Minimum Filing Requirements
7. Any petition seeking determination of tariff filed before NEPRA shall be signed/sealed by the
petitioner or its authorized representative and each page of the petition as well as annexure are to be
initialed by the person filing the petition,
8. The petition shall be accompanied with copy of necessary authorization in favour of the signatory, if
the petition is filed by a legal person other than natural person.
9. The affidavit filed as to correctness of the petition shall also be scaled/countersigned by the person
authorized to take oaths.
10. Beside the information required under sub-rule (2) of rule 3 of NEPRA Tariff (Standards &
Procedure) Rules, 1998, the information prescribed hereinafter as per Forms for minimum filling
requirements attached with these Guidelines shall also be provided by the Distribution Licensees alongwith the petitions filed for determination of consumer-end tariffs. The information incorporated in all
such Forms shall be accurate and complete in all respects. Provided that NEPRA may amend any such
Form as and when required. Provided also that the distribution company shall be obliged to seek prior
approval of all the planning documents following the procedures / provisions established in Part 7 and
the schedule prescribed in Part 5 of these Guidelines. Provided further that NEPRA may decline
admission of any such petition upon failure of the distribution company to seek prior approval of any
such documents from NEPRA or failure to provide any of the given Forms as hereinafter prescribed.
11. Each distribution company shall submit the requisite information as per prescribed Forms along with
their tariff petitions in one package, both in printed and electronic ,notwithstanding the size of the
package.
12. The checklist of completeness of all the requisite information shall be ensured by the office of
Registrar while receiving the tariff petitions. Notwithstanding provision of the information being
prescribed through these Guidelines, the Authority may call for any other information to be filed and the
admission of the petition could be refused by the Authority owing to non-filing of the requisite
information. Here it is pertinent to mention that the investment plan document and information have
already been reviewed and approved by NEPRA prior to filing petition . It is the responsibility of the
Petitioner to ensure that the provided information in this regard along with the petition, is in line with
what is already approved by NEPRA.
13. The information required under cla se 10 for a distribution licensee for a petition for the
determination of tariff shall be as under:-

(a) The information required under rule 3(2) of NEPRA Tariff (Standards & Procedure)
Rules, 1998.
(b) The revenue requirement comprising inter-alia of cost of power purchase, cost of
transmitting such power, Distribution Margin (cost of capital for rate base, depreciation of
assets and expenses for operation and maintenance)
(c) The information as to the cost of power purchased from CPPA/NTDC, its successors or
through other bilateral contract, if any, duly approved by NEPRA, and the cost of
transmitting said power. The cost of electric power purchased from the CPPA must be
duly supported with rolling forward five years generation plan indicating the power station
wise, fuel wise monthly generation.
(d)
(e) The details of pass through items
(f) The justifications (e.g. cost/benefit analysis and payback periods) for each of the costs
recorded in the prescribed formats.
(g) The distribution facilities expansion plan , which is already approved by NEPRA required
to improve distribution losses and meet the prescribed Performance Standards,
rehabilitation and system expansion.
(11)
(i) Company statistics
(j) Distribution company load factors
(k) Consumer category wise load factors
(1) Average reference monthly fuel cost component, variable O&M component, capacity
charge per unit purchased and sold based on a forward rolling 5-year generation plan that
is derived from the forward rolling 5-year integrated generation, transmission and
distribution expansion plan.
(m)Actual and estimated monthly demand for electricity
(n) Asset register
(o) The details of the immediately prior year's monthly and accumulated distribution losses
along with break up of technical and administrative losses.
(p) The details of the immediately prior year's monthly and accumulated estimated
transmission losses.

(q) The details and explanations of the causes and/or reasons for the distribution and
estimated transmission losses.

Part 4
Formulae and principles for determining the revenue requirement
Different approaches will be used to determine each required block of costs. N l:,PRA while keeping in
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view the already approved generation plan would assess the cost of generation procured through the Central
Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) based on the rates determined/approved by NEPRA for each generation
company and/or block i.e. Independent Power Producers' (IPPs) and the state-owned generation companies
In addition , if the a distribution licensee is also procuring directly from a generator the same will also be
considered . The cost of generation and transmission service is allocated to the distribution licensee in
accordance with prescribed Transfer Price Mechanism will constitute the generation and transmission portion
of the revenue requirement for the distribution licensee. The distribution licensee will calculate its
Distribution Margin separately.
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Formulae for the determination of the revenue requirement for the distribution company

(1)

The formula for the determination of the power purchase cost shall be:
PPP = PP(Ec)*Q(0 + PP(cc) + 'IC
Where
PPP is the power purchase Price
PPoic.) is the energy charge part of PPP
Q(p) is quantity purchased by the company
PP(cc) is the capacity charge part of PPP
TC is the transmission cost

(2)

The formula for the determination of the distribution margin for the distribution
company shall be:
DMD = RBD*RORBD + DD + ED + tD + ORCD
Where
DMD is the eligible distribution company's Distribution Margin
RBI, is the eligible distribution company's rate base
RORBD is the eligible distribution company's cost of capital
DD is the eligible distribution company's depreciation expense
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ED is the eligible distribution company's expenses including but not limited to operation,
maintenance and human resources
t1) is the eligible distribution company's federal and provincial taxes (allowed as pass through)
ORCD is the eligible distribution company's other regulatory costs including other income
(3)

The formula for the determination of the revenue requirement for the distribution
company shall be:
,T, PPPn + DIA) + PYAD
Where
RRD is the eligible distribution company's revenue requirement

PPP 1, is the power purchase cost for an eligible distribution company


DMD is the distribution margin for an eligible distribution company
PYAD is the prior year adjustment for an eligible distribution company

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Principles governing the determination of the revenue requirements for the eligible
distribution companies.
(1) NEPRA shall choose a base year for the purpose of determining the affected company's revenue
requirement under multi-year tariff regime or annual tariff regime. NEPRA may choose a past, current
or future financial year as defined "base year" in the definition section of these guidelines for the purpose
of determining a revenue requirement.
(2) A financing plan supporting a multi-year facilities expansion plan (Rolling forward five-year) for the
concerned company shall be included in the information to be filed along with petition for determination
of a multi-year tariff or a single year tariff ( by carving out the relevant information for the period under
consideration out of a rolling forward five years expansion plan ). Any investment and corresponding
financing plan would be required to be reviewed annually for making necessary adjustments in the relevant
tariff components on the basis of actual results both under single year and multiyear tariff regime. Here it
is pertinent to mention that the referred investment plan would be filed and approved in a separate
proceedings as explained in para 13(f) above and Part 7 of these Guidelines.
(3) The distribution company shall not earn on any pass-through cost.
(4) The revenue requirement of the distribution company shall be calculated using the submitted data and
information as per NEPRA's direction. The information provided along with the tariff petition should be
complete for the determination of a revenue requirement recognizing that additional data and information
may be obtained during the conduct of the revenue-requirement phase of a rate case.
(5) "Used and useful" shall govern the determination of the rate base.
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(6) Original cost shall be the foundation for the valuation of the rate base
(7) Cost of capital may be different for each eligible distribution company.
(8) Imprudent investments, as deemed by NEPRA, may not be included in the rate base that is submitted
to NEPRA for the purpose of determining a revenue requirement for any distribution company .
Imprudent investments may arise after considering the actual results of investments carried out by a
distribution company under an already approved investment plan by the Authority. Here is it further
clarified that the purpose of the investment would be questioned only when the investment plan is
approved under a separate proceedings. During the processing of petition, the operational execution of
the same approved plan may render any investment "imprudent".
(9) Only assessed level of technical losses, as determined by NEPRA, shall be included in the revenue
requirement of a distribution company for either an annual or multi-year tariff.
(10)Cost of non-technical losses may or may not be included in an expense account on case to case basis.
(11) Other regulatory cost as indicated in the formulae shall not be a candidate for "pass-through" status.
This cost may not be subject to the used and useful principle.
(12) Cost of incentive-based rewards or penalties may be included in the determination of the affected
company's revenue requirement.
(13)Determination of a multi-year or annual electricity end-user tariff shall occur after the determination
of the revenue requirement for the distribution company.
18. Additional Conditions
(1) The tariff petition submitted by the distribution company will contain a request for revenue to fully
recover the legitimate costs of delivering electricity with performance standards and quality established by
NEPRA to the end users.
(2) NEPRA has the authority to reject the requested revenue requirement in its entirety and require the
re-submission of the requisite information.. NEPRA shall not be obligated to guarantee the recovery of
the approved revenue requirement. NEPRA shall be obligated to provide the distribution company with
the opportunity to recover the approved revenue requirement pia the application of the N EPRAdetermined tariff.
(3)Costs reported by the distribution company for a base year selected for the preparation of an annual
or multi-year end-user tariff, shall be subject to audit and verification.
(4) Recovery of non-technical losses shall be subject to the discretion of NE RA as permitted by the
field..
NEPRA Act, the NEPRA Tariff Rules, and other applicable law

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19. Cost Categories

(1) A revenue-requirement approach will be used to determine the Distribution Margin for the
distribution company. The data and information for this purpose will be provided by the distribution
company complying with the aforementioned provisions.
(2) The information provided by the respondents, interveners, commentators or otherwise available with
NEPRA. may also be considered during the course of tariff proceedings.
(3) The components of the Distribution Margin will include, but will not be limited to, the post-tax rate
of return on rate base, depreciation and the costs of operations, maintenance, repairs, salary, wages,
benefits, travel, vehicles and other costs. The distribution company will account for these costs in the
following manner.
(a) Post-tax rate-of-return on rate base

(i) Average net fixed assets, construction work in progress (CWIP) and deferred credits including share of
deposit works valued at original cost and/or expected cost shall be used to determine the rate base of the
affected company.
(ii) The post-tax return on rate base may be the post-tax Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)that
may be determined using the principles of comparative risk. For determining return of equity, the
Authority may link the tenure of risk free debt instrument with the control period of tariff plus a market
premium determined by NEPRA. The equity component of the WACC may be calculated in accordance
with Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) or the principles of comparative risk. A minimum of twenty
percent (20%) equity will be assumed when there is negative equity. Equity in excess of thirty percent
(30%) may be considered as debt.

(b) Depreciation Expense

(i) Depreciation expense may be determined on the basis of Gross Fixed Assets in Operation, including
new investment, in a manner consistent with the base year.

(c) Operations, Maintenance and Repairs Expenses

(i) Operations, maintenance and repair expenses shall be determined in accordance with the principle of
prudence" and will include the costs of scheduled maintenance and operations' performance
enhancement. Under multi-year tariff regime this cost will be adjusted up or down during the control
period in accordance to the mechanism attached with these guidelines. However , under annual tariff
regime the same would assessed on yearly basis, on a criteria as deemed appropriate by the Authority.fThe
ompany.
same criteria and rationale would be discussed in the tariff determination of a distribut

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(d) Salary, Wages & Other Benefits


(i) The cost of salaries, wages and benefits may be determined in accordance with the principle of "
prudence". Known budgeted increases and automatic annual increments in salaries, wages and other
benefits shall be included in the revenue requirement. Trends in salaries, wages and benefits will be
monitored continuously regardless of the selection of the base year. Specific procedures will be applied to
the treatment of salaries, wages and benefits for new recruits. The procedures for new recruits and post
retirement benefits, would be discussed and respective directions would be issued to the distribution
companies in this regard from time to time.

(e) Travel Expenses


(i) Travel expenses may be determined in accordance with the principle of " prudence". Monetary
allowances provided for travel, accommodation and daily expenses during official visits will be allowed as
long as these allowances are in accordance with the principle of 'Prudence". Travel expenses will be
monitored to identify trends.

(0 Vehicle Expenses
(i) Vehicle expenses may be determined in accordance with the principle of " prudence" . These expenses
shall include, but not be limited to, the costs of fuel and maintenance. Vehicle expenses will be
monitored to identify trends in vehicle expenses.

(g) Other Expenses


(i) Other expenses may be determined in accordance with the principle of " prudence". These expenses
may include, but not be limited to, bill collection, office supplies and stationary, other utilities expenses,
rents, taxes, postage, insurance, overhead expenses, auditor remuneration, fees and charges, advertisement,
publicity, provision for obsolete stores and miscellaneous expenses. Other expenses will be monitored to
identify trends.

(h) Other Income


(i) Other Income may be determined in a manner that is consistent with the base year. Other income may
be considered to be a negative other cost. Negative other cost may include, but not be limited to,
amortization of deferred credit, meter and rental income, late-payment surcharges, profit on bank
deposits, sale of scrap, income from non-utility operations, commission on PTV fees and miscellaneous
income. Other income will be monitored to identify trends.

Part 5
Schedule of petition and tariff determination Process
20. Scheduling will establish and maintain a det iled timeline for the submission, determination and
notification of an annual and/or multi-year tariff.
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21. Scheduling shall conform to and be consistent with the NEPRA Act and the NI TRA. Tariff Rules.
22. Scheduling should assure that a quorum is present to take evidence and make decisions according to
the administrative procedures and statutory requirements in force.
23. The following is the schedule for the submission and processing of the tariff petition.

Schedule of Regulatory Proceedings


A. Regulatory Proceeding for approval of Planning Documents
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3

Description
Submission of Integrated Generation, Transmission and
Distribution expansion and Investment Program (IGTDP) by
NTDC and distribution companies (only relevant portion to
them .e.g. each distribution company would submit its
distribution investment plan.)
Submission of assessment of Transmission and Distribution
losses by distribution companies
Submission of Data for Generation Plan or Procurement Plan
by NTDC and distribution companies. I lere it is pertinent to
mention that once centralized procurement activity is
separated from NTDC , the procurement plan would be
submitted by CPPA and generation plan would be submitted
by NTDC. Where applicable , a distribution company would
also submit its plan for direct procurements .
Approval of IGTDP by NEPRA. This step would include
approval of investment plan for each distribution company.
The same would be submitted with the tariff petition along
with actual results of investments already carried out by a
distribution company under the same approved plan.
Approve Generation plan and Power Purchase Cost by
NEPRA. i.e. the distribution company must file in the petition
the data corresponding to the generation plan and
procurement cost approved by NEPRA prior to the filing of
tariff petition
Approve Target of Transmission and Distribution Losses by
NEPRA. Again this process would be prior to tariff petition.

Date

September 01 each year

September 01 each year

September 01 each year

30th November, each year

30th November, each year

30th November, each year

B. Regulatory Proceeding for Rate case and Tariff Determination


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Submit minimum filing requirements by distribution company

January 31st each year

Revise minimum filing requirements (if necessary)


Accept minimum filing requirements (delegated to NEPRA
staff)
Submit tariff petition by distribution (Complete in all respects)
Admit tariff petition based on minimum filing requirements
and appointment of Case Officer as well as decision as to
conduct of hearing.

As required from time to time

January 31.t each year

Issuance of decision of admission/minutes of meeting

Within 04 days from date of


meeting considering
admission

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4
5

As required from time to time

Within 15 days from date of


submission

Publication of notice of admission /hearing

Receipt of replies, comments or intervention requests

Filing of rejoinder, if any,

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The Case Officer to thrash legal, financial and technical issues


with help of NEPRA professionals, frame draft issues for
hearing and submit initial case officer report to Authority

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Authority meeting to decide on items under srl. No. 7 and to


Suggest holding of this meeting by one of the designated
members of the Authority instead of the whole Authority,
with each member acting as presiding officer for a number of
tariff cases so that the work load is divided between the
Authority members before it is ready for the determination of
the full Authority

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Decision/minutes of the meeting at S.No. 11

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Case Officer to communicate the "issues" to the parties for


information and preparation of their case

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Conduct of hearing

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Close of Evidence, interrogatories, information directions etc.

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Case Officer Report.

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Authority meeting to discuss Case Officer's Report
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19
20
21
22
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Issuance of decision of Authority upon Case Office report at


S.No. 17
Authority's draft determination based on the
recommendations of Case Officer
Vetting by Legal Section
Signature and issuance of determination
Intimation of determination to Federal Government for
notification
Notification of the determination in official gazette

Within 03 days from date of


admission
Within 07 days of publication
Within 07 days of filing of
reply, comments etc
Within 21 days of receipt of
input from in-house NEPRA
professionals and from other
stakeholders

Within 04 days of submission


of Case Officer Report.

Within 04 days of the meeting


at S.NO. 11
Within 2 days of the meeting
at S.No. 11
Within 48 days from the date
of advertisement
Within 10 days of the
conduct of last hearing
Within 25 days of close of
evidence
Within 05 days of submission
of case officer report at S.No.
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Within 05 days of meeting at
S.No. 17
Within 10 days of decision
taken vide S.No. 18
Within 5 days of circulation
of draft determination
Within 5 days of legal vetting
Within 3 days of signatures
upon determination
Within 15 days upon receipt
from NEPRA

24. Additional Conditions


(1) Scheduling should minimize the time required to determine and notify an annual and/or multi-year
electricity end-user tariff. As discussed above, NEPRA has scheduled the time required to complete the
determination of the revenue requirement and th1 electricity end-user tariff within the four-month,
flexible constraint as per the NEPRA Tariff Rules.

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(2) The 90 days time line given for the approval of IGTDP by NEPRA , is extendable to 180 days subject
to the approval of the Authority. In case the approval is granted the corresponding deadlines would
change accordingly.

Part 6
Schedule of Tariff
25. The Schedule of Tariff will assure the full recovery of the revenue requirements based on regulatory
targets and distribution licensees.
26. The distribution company may be granted an annual or multi-year tariff that provides an opportunity
to the company to fully recover the NEPRA approved revenue requirement as indicated in the Schedule
of Tariff.
27. An annual or multi-year tariff shall be based on a cost-of-service study, as per NEPRA Tariff &
Standard Procedure Rules , 1998 and revisions thereto as required to meet objectives set by NEPRA.
28. The Schedule of Tariff for an annual or multi-year tariff shall indicate the cross-subsidy and/or interregion subsidy, if any, for the respective class of consumers.
29. Order of the Authority along with relevant Annexes shall be intimated to the Government of Pakistan
for notification in the official gazette in terms of section 31(4) of NEPRA Act, 1997.
30. The Schedule of Tariff, once notified, shall remain effective until superseded by the new Schedule of
Tariff notified by the Government of Pakistan.
31. The Schedule of Tariff may be subject to periodic review as provided therein.
32. The existing Schedule of Tariff shall be closed at the time that the existing annual or multi-year tariff
has been superseded by a new annual or multi-year tariff for electricity end-users.
33. Schedule of Tariff shall contain readily identifiable a rate structure, customer classes, cross-subsidies,
if any, and the inter-regional subsidy, if any.
34. The order of the Authority to be notified will contain all the directions issued by NEPRA to be
implemented by its licensees.

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Part 7
Tariff Methodology
35. Tariff methodology imposes a structure on the preparation and determination of a tariff petition.
Collecting and collating the required data and information are essential pieces of the methodology. Tariffmaking principles provide the "means" for the design of the methodology.
36. Adjustments in response to norms and constraints are permissible under the rubric of a cost-based
tariff methodology. Cross-subsidies do not have an adverse effect on cost recovery. The methodology
rests upon the full recovery of costs with or without subsidies in order to provide proper price signals to
electricity end users.
37.

Intent of the Tariff Methodology

An annual or multi-year tariff should recover the prudently cost incurred by the distribution
(1)
company.
An annual or multi-year tariff should contain proper economic signals while recognizing
(2)
existing engineering, social and cultural environments.
38.

Design Principles

Without the direction that would be provided by statute(s), regulatory order(s) or other
(1)
documents with the force of law, the distribution licensee shall be required to design an annual or
multi-year tariff in accordance with Rule 17 of NEPRA Tariff Standards and Procedure Rules 1998.
Without the direction that would be provided by statute(s), regulatory order(s) or other
(2)
documents with the force of law, the distribution licensee shall be required to pursue the gradual
elimination of the cross subsidies.
Without the direction that would he provided by statute(s), regulatory order(s) or other
(3)
documents with the force of law, the distribution licensee may include cross-subsidies in its tariff
petition.
(4)

An annual or multi-year tariff shall contain lifeline rates.

An annual or multi-year tariff shall consider a cost-of-service study while assessing consumer
(5)
end tariff in accordance with the NI ;PRA Tariff Standards and Procedure Rules 1998 .
An annual or multi-year tariff shall be filed pursuant to Rule 3 of the NEPRA Tariff Standards
(6)
and Procedure Rules 1998 and shall be compatible with these guidelines.
39.

Tariff Petition Procedures

(1)

The tai ff petitioner may choose from among a past, current or future financial year as base
year.
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The tariff petitioner shall submit its petitions for the determination of an annual or multi-year
(2)
tariff along with the information as prescribed in these Guidelines
(3) The tariff petitioner shall submit a complete financial analysis for the test year along with the
information already prescribed in these guidelines..
The tariff petitioner shall determine the financial impact on a class of customers that is
(4)
affected by a change in the rate structure, change in the rate levels or a change in the annual or multiyear tariff terms and conditions..

40.

Power Purchase Price Procedures


The Power Purchase Price shall include the following components ;
(1)

Fuel Component

(2)

Variable O&M

(3)

Capacity Charges

(4)

Transmission Charges

The Authority would include each component of PPP in the revenue requirement of the
42.
petitioner company on the projected basis for the test years. These projected figures would be subject
to adjustment as per actual being pass through.
Forecasts and/or projections of fuel expense may reflect the trend in international oil prices,
43.
the trend in local fuel market prices and the trend in rupee devaluation, as appropriate and determined
by the selection of the test year for the determination of the revenue requirement.
Variable O&M of generation companies are affected by inflation , rupee devaluation in case of
44.
foreign component. The same relevant parameters arc used to project the later in line with the
decisions of the Authority in the matter of respective generation company.
Forecasted and /or projected Generation Capacity Charge Component of the power purchase
45.
price shall be the NEPRA approved rates and the contracts between CPPA or its successor and the
IPP and shall be allocated to the DISCO according to the Authority's approved Transfer Price
Mechanism as per Annex-1. The Capacity charges are affected by inflation , rupee devaluation in case
of foreign component and are allocated to DISCOs on monthly maximum demand . The same
parameters are used to project the later.
46.

The Transmission charges arc also used as per the latest decision of NTDC in this regard.

The quantum of generation is also projected from each generation plant for each test year
47.
keeping in view thejupcoming generation facilities and ongoing power sector constraints such as
circular debts etc.

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48. Generation Plan


(1) NTDc shall prepare and submit the generation expansion plan by month by power station
and by fuel that is appropriate for an annual or multi-year tariff to NEPRA for five years. NEPRA
staff shall review the generation expansion plan and provide analysis and recommendations prior
to an approval by the Authority. The generation plan would show new generation as well as
rehabilitation including the justification that it corresponds to the least cost expansion, covering
both transmission and generation expansion. NEPRA staff shall review the generation expansion
plan annually and may provide analysis and recommendations to the Authority to revise the
remaining years of the generation expansion plan.
(2) The generation expansion plan approved by NEPRA will be used to determine the Reference
(monthly) PPP for a current or future period.
(3) DISCOs petitions requiring the determination of the rate base for an annual electricity enduser tariff or a multi-year electricity end-user tariff would include a rolling forward 5-year
generation plan ( in case of direct purchases )that is derived from the rolling forward 5-year
integrated generation, transmission and distribution expansion plan. Here it is pertinent to
mention that the aforementioned plan would be approved in a separate proceedings from tariff
petition. ( as mentioned in Part - 5) of these guidelines.
(4) The rolling 5-year generation plan shall be analyzed by the NEPRA Technical Division in
consultation with stake-holders during a regulatory proceeding in order to prepare an evaluation
report. As part of t:hc same regulatory proceeding, the NEPRA Technical Division shall analyze
power procurements and their allocation to DISCOS, which shall be included in the
aforementioned evaluation report.
(5) The evaluation report prepared by the Technical Division of NEPRA along with the "Technical
Division's recommendations shall be submitted to the Authority prior to the submission of a
petition for an annual electricity end-user tariff or a multi-year electricity end-user tariff.
(6) NEPRA. shall approve the 5-year rolling Generation Plan prior to the submission of an annual
or multi-year electricity end-user tariff.
(7) Since PPP as whole is a pass through item , hence would be subject to some periodic
adjustments mentioned as hereunder;
49. Quarterly/Bi-Annual PPP Adjustments
(1) The scope of quarterly/Bi-Annual adjustments would be limited to;
i.

The adjustments pertaining to the capacity and transmission charges.


The impact of T&D losses.

iii.

Adjustment of Variable O&M.


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50. Monthly Fuel Adjustments .


(1) The adjustments on account of variation in fuel cost component of PPP would be done on
monthly basis. This adjustment reflects in the consumers' monthly bill as Fuel Adjustment Charge.
(2) In view of any abnormal changes the Authority may review these references along with any
quarterly adjustment. Here it is pertinent to mention that PPP is pass through for all the DISCOs
( variable cost ) and its monthly references would continue to exist irrespective of the financial
year, unless the new Schedule of Tariff (S01.) is notified by the GOP.
51. Investment Plan Procedures
(1) NEPRA shall approve an investment plan for the expansion of the integrated generation,
transmission and distribution assets and facilities as per procedures and deadlines provided in Part
5 of these guidelines. Integrated Generation, Transmission and Distribution expansion and
Investment Program (IGTDP) would be submitted by N'1DC and distribution companies (only
relevant portion to them .e.g. each distribution company would submit its distribution investment
plan.)
(2) NEPRA approved investment plan for the expansion of the integrated generation,
transmission and distribution assets and facilities shall contain the complete details of the
construction, financing and other activities for the tariff control period.
(3) NEPRA shall approve an investment plan for the expansion of operations assets and facilities
in order to improve the efficiency and/or performance of the DISCO.
(4) NEPRA approved investment plan for the expansion of the operations assets and facilities
contain the complete details of the activities to be performed during the tariff control period. The
DISCO shall submit to NEPRA an investment plan that fulfills the operations goals that NEPRA
has ordered in the prior determination of the most recent electricity end-user tariff
(5) Cost/benefit analyses and payback periods for the operations investment plans shall be
included as per the provisions of NEPR A Performance Standards (Distribution) Rules, 2005 and
other applicable documents
(6) The integrated 5-year generation, transmission and distribution expansion and investment plan
shall be analyzed by the Technical Division of NEPRA in consultation with stake-holders during a
regulatory proceeding.
(7) The evaluation report prepared by the Technical Division of NEPRA along with the Technical
Division's recommendations shall be submitted to the Authority prior to the submission of a
petition for an annual electricity end-user tariff or a multi-year electricity end-user tariff.
(8) Annual Investment Plans shall be reviewed by NEPRA staff for the purpose of the
determining allowances or disallowances in the determination of the revenue requirement.

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(9) Distribution licensees shall submit quarterly reports describing and justifying their actual
investment for the purpose of monitoring subject to milestones submitted to and approved by
NEPRA.
(10) Distribution licensees shall submit details of the actual investments made during the year and
the actual transfer of assets from Capital Work In Progress (CWIP) to Gross Fixed Assets in
Operation (GFAIO) ) for making adjustments to the relevant components of the DM
52. Losses Plan Procedures
(1) The distribution licensee shall submit the details of the test year's monthly and progressive
transmission & distribution losses as per procedures and deadlines provided in Part 5 of these
guidelines.
(2) The distribution licensee shall submit the details of the immediately prior year's monthly and
accumulated estimated transmission losses. These data shall be included in the information to be
provided along with the tariff petition.
(3) The tariff petition shall include details and explanations of the causes and/or reasons for the
distribution and estimated transmission losses.
(4) The details and explanations of the causes and/or reasons for the distribution and estimated
transmission losses submitted by the tariff petitioner shall be analyzed by the Technical Division
of NEPRA in consultation with stake-holders during a regulatory proceeding.
(5) The evaluation report prepared by the Technical Division of NEPRA along with the Technical
Division's recommendations shall be submitted to the Authority prior to the submission of tariff
petition by a distribution licensee before an annual electricity end-user tariff or a multi-year
electricity end-user tariff.
(6) Eligible non-technical and technical losses for an annual or multi-year tariff would be assessed
while considering investments allowed under investment plan and the Annual Performance Report
filed under NEPRA Performance Standard (Distribution) Rules, 2005.
(7) Data and information pertaining to eligible non-technical and technical losses suffered by the
transmission and distribution licensee obtained pia monitoring and technical evaluation by
NEPRA and/or independent consultant's study shall be the basis for establishing targets for the
reduction of both categories of transmission and distribution losses.
(8) NEPRA Technical Division shall review and evaluate the data and information submitted by
the transmission and distribution licensees during any regulatory proceedings, upon the request of
the NEPRA Technical Division or in response to show cause order issued by the Authority.
(9) NEPRA Tariff Division shall provide analysis and recommendations to the A thoritv for
adjustments to an annual or multi--year tariff on the basis of the loss evaluation report.
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(10)The Authority may adjust the annual or multi-year tariff after a regulatory proceeding wherein
the analysis and recommendations of the NEPRA Tariff Division are examined and decided upon.
(11)A petition submitted is supported by a historical financial year shall include only audited and
verified technical and eligible non-technical losses.

(13)A petition submitted shall include as required audited/verified and forecasted/projected


technical and eligible non-technical losses .
53. Under/Over Recovery Procedures
(1) Under-recovery or over-recovery of the cost-of-service incurred during the previous year shall
be accounted for going forward during the current year under the head of prior period adjustment.
This may also include impact of delayed notifications and impact of consumer mix variance.

Part 8
Multiyear Tariff Methodology
54. A multi-year tariff has the potential to yield more predictable rate levels over time. A multi-year tariff
may be less volatile and subject to fewer intra-period adjustments. A multi-year tariff may reduce the
frequency of NEPRA's determination of the rate base and cost of capital.
55. Planning will be the foundation of the multi-year tariff. Additional capacity induction through private
as well as public power generation in the Pakistan power market will be governed by the 5-year integrated
generation, transmission and distribution expansion plan. All the schedules and processes mentioned in
the Part 5 and Part 7 of these guidelines would apply in the multiyear tariff regime.
56. The objectives of the Multiyear Tariff may be as under:To increase the stability and predictability of the future revenue streams of the
(1)
generation, transmission and distribution licensees.
(2)

To rationalize increases in the demand for electric power and/or electricity.

To rationalize the expansion of facilities and assets of generation, transmission and


(3)
distribution licensees.
(4)

To rationalize expenditures on operations- based facilities and/or assets.

Would minimize the risks of regulatory assessments by the Authority as the Anne.
(5)
from IV - VII to would only be relevant in case of assessment under Multiyear tariff regime.

(6)
Under multiyear , the distribution licensee would be in a better position in terms of
planning and strategic decision making.
57. A petition for a multi-year tariff must include the following information ( which is already approved
by the Authority in a separate proceedings as discussed in Part -7 of these guidelines) ;
a. The future power purchase cost;
b. The future Transmission Cost (i.e. rates for transmission services)
c. All future costs and future cost of capital for future rate bases, which shall be consistent with
the rolling 5-year Integrated Generation-Transmission-Distribution Expansion Plan.
d. The associated rolling 5-year generation expansion plan, rolling 5-year transmission expansion
plan, rolling 5-year distribution expansion plan, and the 5-year capital-expenditures-foroperations plan..
e. The forecasted or projected costs, as appropriate, of the 5-year generation investment plan, the
5-year transmission investment plan, tlje 5-year distribution investment plan and the 5-year
capital-expenditure-for-operations pla

77-Th
)141
(Syed Safeer Hussain)
Registrar

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Annex-I
Transfer Price Mechanism
The generation cost will be transferred to the DISCOS according to the Transfer Price Mechanism (TPM) as prescribed
by the Authority in its determination with respect to NTDC.
XTC
Where:

XCTC + XETC

XTC
XCTC
XETC

=
=
=

Transfer charge to XWDISCOs & KESC


Capacity Transfer Charge to XWDISCOs & KESC
Energy Transfer Charge to XWDISCOs & KESC

XCTC

CpGenCap + USCF
XWD

Where:
CPGenCap

the summation of the capacity cost in respect of all CPGencos


in Rs for a billing period minus the amount of liquidated
damages received during the month.

USCF

XWD

the fixed charge part of the use of system charges in Rs per kW


per month.
the sum of the maximum demand of the XWDISCOs & KESC
in kW recorded during a billing period at all the delivery
metering points at which power is received by the XWIDISCOs
& KESC.

XETC
Where:
CPGenE

XWUs

= CpGenE (Rs)
= XWUs (kWh)
= the summation of the variable charge rate (Rs per kWh)
approved for each of the CPGenCOs times the energy in kWh
procured from the respective CPGENCO during the billing
period.
= the summation of the energy units (kWh) recorded at the
delivery metering point of all the XWDISCOs & KESC during a
billing period.

Energy transfer cha e shall be calculated on the basis of units delivered after adjusting target transmission losses up to a
maximum of 3%.

23

Annex-II
Regulatory Asset Base
Rupees in Million
Description

FY
Actual

FY
Forward
Looking

Opening fixed assets in operation


Assets Transferred during the year
Closing Fixed Assets in Operation
I,ess: Accumulated Depreciation
Net Fixed Assets in operation
+ Capital Work in Progress (Closing)
Total Fixed Assets
Less: Deferred Credit
Total
Average Regulatory Assets Base

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Annex-III
Mechanism for Monthly Fuel Charges Adjustment
In accordance with Proviso to Section 31(4) of the Act, the mechanism for monthly fuel charges adjustment
will be as under:

Fuel Price variation

Actual Fuel Cost


Component

Reference Fuel Cost


Component

Where:
Fuel Price variation is the difference between actual and reference fuel cost component
Actual fuel cost component is the fuel cost component in the pool price on which the DISCOs are being
charged by CPPA in a particular month; and
Reference fuel cost component is the f el cost component for the corresponding month projected
for the purpose of tariff determination;

)
s1

Annex-IV
O&M Expense Adjustment
The O&M part of Distribution Margin shall be indexed with CPI subject to adjustment for efficiency
gains (X factor). Accordingly the O&M will be indexed every year according to the following formula:
0 & M(Rev)

& Motej) x [1+ (ACPI-

Where:
O&M(Rev)

= Revised O&M Expense for the Current Year.

O&Moteo

= Reference O&M Expense for the Reference Year

ACPI

= Change in Consumer Price Index published by Pakistan Bureau


of Statistics latest available on 1St July against the CPI as on ls'
July of the Refere -c Year in terms of percentage.
= Efficiency factor

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Annex-V
RORB Adjustment
RORB adjustment will be made in accordance with the following formula/mechanism:
ROR14Rol

RA liRe, )
R OR ERe f)

RA14Re f)
Where:
RORB01,,)
RORBow)

= Revised Return on Rate Base for the Current Year


= Reference Return on Rate Base for the Reference Year

RAB()

= Revised Rate Base for the Current Year


= Reference Rate Base for the Reference Year

RABQCQ

Annex-VI
Depreciation Expense
Depreciation expense for the current year will be assessed in accordance with the following
formula/mechanism:
DEP(Reo =DEp(Re,) x

GFANR)
GFANR, f)

Where:
DEP(1t,v)

Revised Depreciation Expense for the Current Year

DEPoteo

Reference Depreciation Expense for die Reference Year

GFAIO(Rev)

Revised Gross Fixed Assets in Operation for the Current Year

GFAIO (Reo

Reference Gross Fixed Assets in Operation for the Reference Year

Annex-VII
Other Income
Other income for the current year will be assessed in accordance with the following formula/mechanism:

oz( ,) = 010) +
Where:
0I(R.)

= Revised Other Income for the Current Year

(MO)

= Actual Other Income as per latest Financial Statements .


= Actual/Assessed Other Income used in the previous year.

Note; Actual or Revised Other 117C0127C ll'ould be calculated after excluding or

any component as decided by the Authority.

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DF - FORM 1

Distribution Company
Company Statistics
Period

Period

Actual

Projected

Peak demand during FY


Number of Consumers
Area
Circles
Divisions
Sub Divisions
Length of Feeders
Average Length of Feeders
Maximum Length of Feeder
Minimum Length of Feeder
Targe for new connections
Length of High Voltage Transmission lines (132 kV)
Length of STG lines (66 and 11 kV)
Length of Low Voltage Distribution lines (400 V)
Number of HV transformers
Number of burned down HV transformers
Number of STG transformers
Number of burned down STG transformers
Number of LV transformers
Number of burned down LV transformers
Strength
Period
Period
Actual

Projected

Cost
Period
Actual

Period
Projected

Number of Employees
Qualified Professionals
Engineers
Others
Staff
Technical
Clerical
Non Technical

C
DF - FORM 2

Distribution Company
Profit & Loss Statement
Period

Period

Determined

Period

Actual

Projected

Power Balances
Units Received

[MkWh]

Units Lost

[MkWh]

Units Lost

[%age]

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Units Sold

[MkWh]

Revenue
Sales Revenue

[Mln Rs]

Subsidy

[Mln Rs]

Fuel Price Adjustment

[Mln Rs]

Total Sales Revenue

[Mln Rs]

Rental & Service Income

[Mln Rs]

Amortization of Def Credits

[Mln Rs]

Other Income

[Mln Rs]

Total Revenue

[Mln Rs]

Operating Cost
Power Purchase Cost

[Mln Rs]

O&M Expenses

[Mln Rs]

Depreciation

[Min Rs]

Amortization

[Mln Rs]

Provision for Bad Debt

[Mln Rs]

Total Operating Cost

[Mln Rs]

EBIT

[Mln Rs]

Financial Charges

[Mln Rs]

EBT

[Mln Rs]

Tax

[Mln Rs]

EAT

[Mln Rs]

WPPF

[Mln Rs]

Profit for the period

[Mln Rs]

While submitting Quarterly Petitions, this form should be submitted with actual Profit & Loss of previous quarters
and projected profit & loss of the next quarter. The Balance Sheet should be substantiated with notes to the accounts.

DF - FORM3

Distribution Company
Profit & Loss Statement

(Test Year)
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 1st Qrt
Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Month 4 Month 5 Month 6 2nd Qrt


Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 3rd Ort Mo


An
ot,,h110 Month 11
Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Month 12 4th OR
Actual

Actual

Actual

Power Balances
Units Received

[MkVVh)

Units Lost

RAM]

Units Lost

Mage)

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Units Sold
Revenue
Sales Revenue

(Min Rs]

Subsidy

Nun Rs)

Fuel Price Adjustment

[Min Rs]

Total Sales Revenue

(Min Rs)

Rental & Service Income

Win Rs)

Amortization of Def Credits

Win Rut

Other Income

(Min Rs)

Total Revenue

[kiln Rs]

Operating Cost
Power Purchase Cost

Win Rs)

O&M Expenses

]MIS Rs)

Depreciation

[Min Rs)

Amortization

(MIS Rs)

Provision for Bad Debt

[Min Rs]

Total Operating Cost

(Min Rs]

EBIT

(Mln Rs]

Financial Charges

Win Rs]

EBT

(Min Rs]

Tax

(ma Rs]

EAT

]Mln Rs)

WPPF

[MIS Rs)

rof it for the period

Win Rs)
3

Distribution Company
Profit & Loss Statement (Projected')
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 1st Qrt's

Month 4 Month 5 Month 6 2nd Qrt's Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 3rd art's Month 10 Month 11 Month 12 4th art's

Total

Total

Total

Total

Total
Power Balances
Units Received

[MkMI

Units Lost

[MkVVh]

Units Lost

Magni

Units Sold

[MklMh]

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Revenue
Sales Revenue

(MIS Rs]

Subsidy

[Mtn Rs]

Fuel Price Adjustment

(MIS Rs]

Total Sales Revenue

[MIn Rs]

Rental & Service Income

[MIn Rs]

Amortization of Def Credits

[MIS Rs]

Other Income

Win Rs]

Total Revenue

(Mln Rs]

Operating Cost
Power Purchase Cost

[MIn Rs]

O&M Expenses

[MIS Rs]

Depreciation

[MIn Rs]

Amortization

[MIn Rs]

Provision for Bad Debt

[MIn Rs]

Total Operating Cost

[MIS Rs]

EBIT

[Mln Rs]

Financial Charges

[Min Rs]

EBT

[Mln Rs]

Tax

Win Rs)

EAT

(MIS

WPPF

[Mln Rs)

Profit for the period

[MIS Rs]

Rs]

*Where available, should be replace by actual figures.


4

DF - FORM 4

Balance Sheet [in million Rupees1

Description

Previous
OW FY
as on

Current
Qrt/ FY
as on

Projected
Ort/ FY
as on

Intangible Fixed Assets


Net Fixed Assets in Operations
Total Net Fixed Assets in Operations
Capital Work in Progress
Long Term Loans to Employees
Deferred Cost & Long Term Deposits
Current Assets
Stores & Spares
Trade Debts
Advances, Prepayments, Other Receivables
Tariff Subsidy (Receivable from GoP)
Receivable from Associated Companies
Cash & Bank Balances
Total Current Assets

Total Assets
Subscribed Equity
Unappropriated Profit
Total Equity
Long Term Liability
Security Deposits
Employee Retirement Benefits
TFCs & SUKUK
Deferred Credits
Total Long Term Loan
Total Long Term Liability
Current Liability
Current Maturity on Long Term Loans
Subsidy Received in Advance from GoP
Provision for Taxation
Payable to NTDC
Creditors, Accrued and Other Liabilities
Total Current Liability
Total Liabilities and Commitments

Total Liabilities and Equity

In case of Quarterly Petitions, this form should be submitted with actual balance sheet of previous quarters
and projected balance sheet of the next quarter. The Balance Sheet should be substantiated with notes to the

unts.

DF

- FORM 5

Cash Flow Statement fin million Rupees)


Previous
for Qrt/FY ending

Description

Average Monthly Demand Index (MDI)


Units Purchased
Transmission Losses (132 kV)
Distribution Losses
Units Sold to Customers

[MW]
[GWh]
[GWh]
[GWh]
[GWh]

Average Tariff Required


Average Tariff Existing
Tariff Difference

[Rs/unit]
[Rs/unit]
[Rs/unit]

Revenue from Sales


Collection from Required

[%]

Current
for Qrt/FY ending

Projected
for Qrt/FY ending

Inflows from Operations


Collection from Current Sales
Prior Year Recovery
Total Inflows from Operations
Outflow from Operations
Payment for electricity (to CPPA)
Distribution Service Cost (=DMC)
Total Outflow from Operations

Surplus/Deficit from Operations


Inflows from Other Sources
Capital Contributions
Consumer Security Deposits
Other Incomes
GOP Subsidy (Actual and Estimated)
Long Term Loan / Redeemable Capital
Total Inflows from Other Sources
Outflow Others
Financial Charges
Repayment of Long Term Loans
Investment Program
Working Capital/other Changes
Total Outflow Others

Surplus/Deficit Others
Total Inflows (Operations + Others)
Total Outflows (Operations + Others)
Opening Balance
Surplus/Deficit for Fiscal Year
Deficit from Financing/Loans

Closing Balance

While submitting Quarterly Petitions, this for should be submitted with actual cash flow of previous quarters
and projected cash flow of the next quarter

OF - FORM 6

Distribution Company
Power Purchase (Actual for the Last Corresponding period)
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4 Month 5 Month 6 Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 Month 10 Month 11 Month 12 ToUd
ttAat

Demand d Energy
Units Received
MDI
Energy Purchase Price
Capably Purchase Price
TOMSrn155+0A charge
Power Purchase Cost
Envoy Charge
Capacity Charge
Transtressatn Charge
Adjustnlant
Total Operating Cost

Art,

At It,

AO,

Art,

Ar,t,

Art,

Artt,

Art,

4,4.1

0,4.1

(WM]
cedrl
(Re SW, MT
(Re kW, IA]

(Nin R;)
NM, Rf.)
pen Rs)
DAM cc]
Pre Rrl

DF - FORM 6( A)

Distribution Company
Power Purchase (projected')
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4
Demand 6 Energy
Units Received
MO]
Energy Purchase Pece
Capacity Purchase Price
Transmission Charge

Power Purchase Coat


Energy Charge
Capacity Charge
Transmission Charge
Adjustment
Total Operating Cost

[HWN
Pawl
(Re lane,
Ittv 'Wm(
(Re kW, MI

(MFR:)
(Ani,)
RAN Rzl
IMF 01
IMF Po

Where evadable, should be replaced by the actual figures


In case of actual (Twos. adjustment should show monthly feel achustmenl Separately and under the month to which rt relates.

Month 5 Month 6 Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 Month 10 Month It Month 12 Total

FORM -6( BI

Quarterly Adjustments - Qrt


EPP Adjustment
EPP - 1st month of the Ort
RefefEOCO Actual
Disallowed
Fuel Price Adjustment Allowed
EPP - 2nd month of the Ort
ReferenceActual
Disallowed
Fuel Price Adjustment Allowed
EPP -3rd month of the Ort
ReferenceActual
Disallowed
Fuel Price Adjustment Allowed

Target Losses for the quarter


lst month of the OR
Units Received IMthreh)
Units to be sold (MkWh)
Units want/ Life line and Agricultural (MkWh)
Adjustment already given (Mtn Rs)
Adjustment that should have been green with allowed costs only (Mtn Rs)
Impact of disallowed costs (Mtn Rs)
Remaining adjustment for the month allowed costs only (Mtn Rs)
2nd month of the Ott
Units Received (MOWS)
Units to be sold (MkWh)
Units without Life hoe (MkWh)
Adjustment already given (Mtn Rs}
Adjustment that should nave been given oath allowed costs only (Min Rs)
Impact 0 disallowed costs (Min Rs)
Remaining adjustment for the month allowed costs only (Mtn Rs)
3rd month of the Ort
Units Received tmkve.)
Units to be sold (MkWh)
Units without Lrfe line (WWII)
Adjustment already given (Mtn Rs)
Adjustment that should have been green with allowed costs only (Mln RS)
Impact of deallowed costs (1.1%n Rs)
Remaining adjustment for the quarter (Mtn Rs)
Total Adjustment on account of EPP (allowed costs only) (Mln Rs)

CPP ADJUSTMENT
Ref for the 1st month of the Ott
1st month of the Ort
Actual CPP pet kWh
Delta COP per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Mtn Rs)
Ref for the 2nd month of the On
2nd month of the Ort
Actual CPP pm kWh
Delta CPP per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Min Rs)
Ref. for the 3rd month of the cut
3rd month of the Ott
Actual CPP per kWh
Delta CPP per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Min Rs)
Total Adjustment on xcount of CPP (Min Rs)

UoSC ADJUSTMENT
Ref for the 1st month of the Ort
1st month of the Ott
Actual UoSC per kWh
Clete 1..loSc per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Min Rs)
Ref. for the 2nd month of the Ort
2nd month of the Ort
Actual UoSC per kWh
Delta 1.).Sc per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Min Rs)
Ref. for the 3rd month of the qrt
rd month of the Ott
Actual UoSC per kWn
Dello UoSo per kWh
Adjustment Required for the Month (Min Rs)
Total Adjustment on account of UoSC (Min Rs)
Total Adjustment for the quarter (allowed costs only) (Mtn Re)


DF - FORM 7

Distribution Company
Line Losses (Test Year)
Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Month 10 Month11
. Month 12

Actual

Actual

Actual

Total
Actual

Power Balances
Units Received

[MkWh]

Units Sold

[MkWh]

Units Lost

[MkWh]

Units Lost

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

Technical Losses

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

Administrative Losses

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

Technical Losses at Different Levels


Transmission Losses 132 kV
11 kV Losses

[%age]
[%age]

LT Losses

[%age]

Total Technical Losses

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

M 7 (A)

tion Company
ses *

(Projected)
Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4 Month 5 Month 6 Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 Month 10 Month 11 Month 12 Total

alances
eceived

[MkWh]

Units Sold

[MkWh]

Units Lost
Units Lost

[MkWh]

Technical Losses
Administrative Losses

[%age]
[%age]
[%age]

0%
0%

0%

0%
0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

Technical Losses at Different Levels


Transmission Losses 132 kV
11 kV Losses

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

LT Losses
tal Technical Losses

[%age]

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

0%
0%

0%
0%

0%

0%

0%
0%

0%

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

7.e.,._

[%age]

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

* Where available, should be replaced by the actual figures.


1

10

DF - FORM 8
Operational and Technical Information
DISCO load factors on yearly basis

NTDC/DISCO Delivery Points metering accuracy


DISCO metering accuracy
For all customers (residential, commercial, industrial, etc.)
Estimated High Voltage Transmission line losses (132 kV)

11

DF - FROM 9
Average Rate per Unit Purchased and Sold
- Weighted Average Cost per Unit Sold to Customers
10.01 Use of System Charge INTDC1

10.02 Estimated Average Rate

(Table 11 - 11.16)

(ROM/Month)

10.03 Estimated Maximum Demand Indicator (MDI)

(Table 11 - 11.17)

(MW)

10.04 Number of Months (Fiscal Year)

I#1

10.05 Estimated Use of System Charge = (10.02 x 10.03 x 10.04)

(.000.000 Rs)

10.06 Fixed/Capacity Charge

10.07 Estimated Average Rate

(Table 11 - 11.33)

10.08 Estimated MDI

Form 6 ( A)

10.09 Number of Months (Fiscal Year)

(Rs/kW/Month)
(MW)
(6 I

10.10 Estimated Capacity Charge = (10.07 x 10.08 x 10.09)

(000.000 Rs]

10.11 Energy Charge

10.12 Estimated Average Energy Charge

(Table 11 - 11.33)

[FisikWh]

10.13 Estimated Energy Purchase for Fiscal Year

[GWh]

10.14 Estimated Energy Charge = (10.12 x 10.13)

L000.000 Rs]

10 15 Estimated Power Purchase Price = (10.06 + 10.10 + 10.14)

[,000,000 Rs]

10.16 Average Rate per Unit Purchased = (10.15 1 10.13)


10.17 Estimated Energy Sold

10.18 Average Energy Rate per Unit $olci = (10.15 1 10.17)

10.19 Distribution Margin

[ Rs/kWh ]

[GWh]

[ Rs/kWh ]

[.000,000 Rs]

10.20 Distribution Margin por Unit Sold = (10.19 / 10.17)

[ Rs/kWh]

10.21 Total Cost per Unit Sold to Customers = (10.20 + 10.18)

[ Rs/kWh ]

10 22 Estimated Revenue from Energy Sold (10.15 + 10.19)

[,000,000 Rs]

10.23 Prior Period Adjustement (Uncovered Costs)

1,000,000 Rs]

10 24 Required Estimated Revenue from Energy Sold (10.22 + 10.23)

[,000,000 Rs]

While submitting Quarterly Petitions , this form should be submitted with ctual amounts of previous quarters
and projected figures of the next quarter .
Figures in the forms should be substantiated with the forms below.
12


DF - FORM 9 ( A )
Table 11 - CPPA Charges: Use of System, Capacity and Energy
11.01 Use of System Charge (NTDC)

11.02
11.03
11.04
11.05
11.06
11.07
11.08
11.09
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13
11.14
11.15
11.16
11.17

Month
1
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun

Year
2

Fixed Use of
System Rate
(Rs/XW)
4

Demand
(kW'
3

Fixed Use of
System Charge

Energy

( Rs)
6=3x4

(kWh)
6

Variable
Use of
System Variable Use of
Sum Use of
Rate
System Charge System Charge
(FtstsWh)
( Rs)
( Rs)
7
8=6x7
9

Avg per month (MW)

Avg per month (MWh)

11.18 Capacity and Enemy

Capacity
Charge

Energy
Charge

Sum of all
Charges

Use Of System
Rate per kWh

11.19

Month

Year

(Rs)

(Rs)

(Rs)

( Rs/kWh )

11.20
11.21
11.22
11.23
11.24
11.25
11.26
11.27
11.28
11.29
11.30
11.31
11.32
11.33
11.34

1
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun

11

12

13 = 9+11+12

14=9/6

Avg Cap. Charge =

Capacity
Rate per
Energy
kWh
Rate per kWh
( Rs/kWh
I Rs/kWh)
1
16.111
6
16 = 12 / 6

Final Rate
per kWh
( RS/kWh )
17=1316

13

DF - FORM 10
DEMAND (Actual and Calculated) and Number of Customers
A. Actuals for Demand and Number of Customers
B. Forecasted Demand and Number of Customers using regresion analysis
Demand
Demand
Number
Actual
Calculated
of
Fiscal
/Forecast
/Forecast
Customers
Year
[,000 kW ]
change
[,000 kW ]
change
[ ,000 ]
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16

12.01
12.02
12.03
12.04
12.05
12.06
12.07
12.08
12.09
12.10
12.11
12.12
12.13
12.14
12.15
12.16

[MW; Nu000 of
Customers]
6000

change

Demand Actual/Forecasted and # of Customers

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

Demand PcItaal,Forec.ed

Nun. 01 C.urnerz

Dern odC

lato6 Fo. ece sled Of DISCO

14

DF - FORM 11
Table/Graph 14 - Evaluation of Energy Sold and Setting up Average Energy Sold
12
months
Load
moving
Month [MVVh] average
Jul-04
Aug-04
Sep-04
Oct-04
Nov-04
Dec-04
Jan-05
Feb-05
Mar-05
Apr-05
May-05
Jun-05
Jul-04
Aug-04
Sep-04
Oct-04
Nov-04
Dec-04
Jan-05
Feb.05
Mar-05
Apr-05
May-05
Jun-05
Jul-05
Aug-05
Sep-OS
Oct-05
Nov-05
Dec-05
Jan-06
Feb-06
Mar-06
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
Apr-07
May-07
Jun-07
Jul-07
Aug-07
Sep-07
Oct-07
Nov-07
Dec-07
Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-06
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08
Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09

pal. In tr1Whi
1000000

DISCO Evaluation of Sold Energy to Customers by using 12 month moving average

1500500
1430000
1300000
1200000
1180800
1600003
900000

mi
lamin
kair
iw 'lir

800000
700000
000000

gg

fill$Iff
gg

gg

4 Wool* bow PO ...MO'.

ggggg-,

gg

ggg

o 12 ma.. lOovInofloffsp4 01 ...Conaumpllon

0 Average Ener. Sold for last 12 months


0 Assumed Average Load for next Fiscal Year

15

OF - FORM 12
Table/Graph 13 - Load Growth Evaluation and Setting up Load Average

Month
Jul-03
Aug-03
Sep-03
Oct-03
Nov-03
Dec-03
Jan-04
Feb-04
Mar-04
Apr-04
May-04
Jun.04
Jul-04
Aug-04
Sep-04
Oct-04
Nov-04
Dec-04
Jan-05
Feb-05
Mar-05
Apr-05
May-05
Jun-05
Jul-05
Aug-05
Sep.05
Oct-05
Nov-05
Dec-05
Jan-06
Feb-06
Mar-06
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb.07
Mar-07
Apr-07
May-07
Jun-07
Jul-07
Aug-07
Sep-07
Oct-07
Nov-07
Dec-07
Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug 08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08
Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09

Load
if4N/h1

[Sales In My.]

12
months
moving
average

DISCO Evaluation of Load Growth by using 12 month moving average

n83)000 r

1600000

Alika
irg Vi

1400CCO

1200000

ICCCODD

800050

600000

1ig'g"&ggg
waway energy comumpoon

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-

mom 100.0 anrape of Ensign C."siss0.

0 Load Average for last 12 months


Average Load for next Fiscal Year

16

DF FROM 13
Asset register as the year ended at date
Cost
As at July 01,
No.

Description

A.

Accumulated Depreciation
As at June 30,

Addition/
deletions

As at July 01,

Charge during
the year

As at June 30,

Book Value as
on June 30,

Adjustments

Land
1
2

Freehold
Leasehold
Total

B.

Buildings
1

Residential Buildings

Non-Residential Buildings

GSO Residential Buildings

Non-GSO Residential Buildings


Total

C.

Sub Transmission
1

132 KV Sub Transmission Lines

66 KV Sub Transmission Lines

33 KV Sub Transmission Lines


Total

D.

Grid Station
1

132 KV Grid Station

66 KV Grid Station

33 KV Grid Station
Total

E.

11 KV Distribution Equipments
1

11 KV Poles

11KV Line

Distribution Transformer
Total

F.

LV Distribution Equipments
1

LV Poles

440 LV Distribution Line

220 LV Distnbution Line

KWh Meters & Service Cable

Misc. Equipment
Total

G.

Vehicles
1

132/66/33 KV GS() Vehicles

Vehicles
Total

H.

Detail of General Plant Assets


1

Computer Equipment

Furniture

Workshop Equipment

Laboratory Equipment

Misc Equipment
Total

J.

O&M Equipments
Grand Total

While submitting Quarterly Petitions , this form should be submitted with actual figures of previous quarters
and projected figures of the next quarter. The Asset Register should be substantiated with notes to the accounts, if required.

17

DF - FORM 14

Actual
Estimated
Projected
for FY ending for FY ending for FY ending

Aging of Accounts Receivables as on 30th June


Outstanding for current year

Rs In Million

Outstanding for more than 1 year

Rs In Million

Outstanding for more than 2 years

Rs In Million

Outstanding for more than 3 years

Rs In Million

Outstanding for more than 4 years

Rs In Million

Outstanding for more than 5 years

Rs In Million

Total Receivables as on June 30,

Rs In Million

This form should be accompanied with a reconciliation of bad debts written off during the year.
In case of quarterly filing, this form should be replaced with the most recent updated figures.

18

DF - FROM 15
Projected Energy Sales by Tariffs

Voltage

Energy Purchased

Energy Sales

Level

Category

Distribution
Losses

Sales
Growth
rate

Projection
1

Sales
Growth
rate

Projection
2

Al Domestic
Flat Rate Fate
Upto - 50

LV

LV

1 -100

LV

101 - 300

LV

301 - 700

LV

above 700

LV

Temporary Domestic

LV

Al (TOD)

LV
Summary

A2 Commercial
A2 - A
> 20 kW

LV
LV
LV

A2(2) TOD
Temporary Commercial

LV
Summary

Industry
8-1 400 V Upto 40 kW

LV

81 (TOD)

LV

8-2 400 V Upto (41-500 kW)

LV

8-2 400 V (TOD)

LV

8-3 11/33 KV

HV

8-3 11/33 KV (TOD)

HV

B-4 66/132/220 KV

STG

B-4 66/132/220 KV (TOD)

STG
Summary

Bulk Supply
C-1(a) upto 20 kW

LV

C-1(b) above 20 kW

LV

C-2 11/33 KV

HV

C2 (TOD)

STG

C-3 (66/132/220 KV)

STG

C3 (TOD)

STG
HV

Temporary (E2-iia,E2iib,E2iii)
K(A) - AJK

HV

K(B) - KESC (Billing)

STG
HV

K(C ) Rawat Lab


Summary
Tubewells
D-1

Scarp

LV

D-1 (TOD)

LV

D-2 (i) Punjab & Sind

LV

D-2 (ii) NWFP & Balochistan

LV

AGRI TM/ D-2 (1)STOD

LV

D-2 (ii) STOD

LV

D-2 (1) TOD


D-2 (II) TOD
Summary
Others
G-1 Public Lighting

LV

G-2 Public Lighting

LV

H-1 Residential Colonies

HV

H-2 Residential Colonies

I-IV

I-Traction

HV

J-Co-Generation

HV
Summary
Total

\-....
-.....

19

DF - FORM 16

Distribution Company
Operating Cost
Period
Determined

Period
Actual

Period
Projected

A Power Purchase Cost


Energy Charge

[Min Rs]

Capacity Charge

[Min Rs]

Transmission Charge

[Min Rs]

Adjustment *

[Min Rs]

Total Power Purchase Cost

[Mln Rs]

* Provide the detail of adjustment

B Operation & Maintenance *


Employees Cost *"
Salaries, Wages & Benefits

[Min Rs)

Retirement Benefits

[Min Rs)

Total Employees Cost

[Min Rs]

Admin Expenses

[Min Rs]

Repair & Maintenance

[Min Rs]

Travelling

[Min Rs]

Transportation

[Min Rs]

Management Fee

[Min Rs)

Miscellaneous Expenses

[Min Rs)

Total O&M

[Min Rs]

* The reasons of increase/ decrease in actual expenses against the determined expenses and
the justification of the increase required for the period under consideration.
** The details of existing and increase in number of employees department wise along with
cost and strength analysis should be provided

C Depreciation & Amortization


Depreciation

[Min Rs]

Amortization of Leased Assets

[Mln Rs]

Total

[Min Rs]

D Provision for Bad Debts


Provision for bad debts *

[Min Rs]

Bad debts written off

[Min Rs]

* Basis of this provision should be elaborated

20

DF - FORM 17
Distribution Margin Comparison:
2007
O&M Expenses
Increase in %
Depreciation
RORB
Income Tax
Other Income
Distribution Margin
Energy Sold
DM per unit
DM per unit increase

2008

2009

2010

c 0 1-R RE-Go

...41 REGISTRAR

NEPO *

21


DF - FORM 18

Distribution Company
Financial Charges
Period
Determined

Period
Actual

Period
Projected

A Long Term Loans


GOP loans
Foreign Loans
Bonds
TFCs
Others
Total
B Short Term Loan
Running Finance
Short Term Loan
Others
Total
C Total Financial Charges (A+B)

22

C
DF - FORM 19

Distribution Company
RORB Calculation
Period
Determined

Period
Actual

Period
Projected

Two years

A Gross Fixed Assets in Operation - Opening Bal

[Mln Rs]

[Mln Rs]

Addition in Fixed Assets

C Gross Fixed Assets in Operation - Closing Bal

[Mln Rs]

Less : Accumulated Depreciation

[Mln Rs]

Net Fixed Assets in Operation

[Mln Rs]

Add: Capital Work In Progress - Closing Bal

[Mln Rs]

Investment in Fixed Assets

[Mln Rs]

Less : Deferred Credits

[Mln Rs]

Regulatory Assets Base

[Mln Rs]

J Average Regulatory Assets Base

[Mln Rs]

Rate of Return

[%age]

Return on Rate Base

[Mln Rs]

23

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DF - FORM 20

Distribution Company
Revenue Requirement
Period
Determined

A Power Purchase Price


B

Period
Actual

Period
Projected

[Mln Rs]

DM
O&M

[Men Rs]

Depreciation

[Mln Rs]

RORB

[Mln Rs]

Other Income

[Mln Rs]

Impact of Disallowed Losses

[Mln Rs]

Total DM

[Mln Rs]

C Revenue Requirement (A+B)

[Mln Rs]

Less/ (Excess) Recovery

[Mln Rs]

Total Revenue Requirement (C+D)

[Mln Rs]

DF - FORM 20 ( A )

Revenue Requirement (per unit sold)


Period
Determined

A Power Purchase Price


B

Period
Actual

Period
Projected

[Rs/ kWh]

DM
O&M

[Rs/ kWh]

Depreciation

[Rs/ kWh]

RORB

[Rs/ kWh]

Other Income

[Rs/ kWh]

Impact of Disallowed Losses

[Rs/ kWh]

Total DM

[Rs/ kWh]

C Revenue Requirement (A+B)

[Rs/ kWh]

Less! (Excess) Recovery

[Rs/ kWh]

Total Revenue Requirement (C+D)

[Rs/ kWh]

24

OF - FORM 21 (A)

Distribution Company
Investment
Period
Determined

Period_

Period
Budgeted

Actual/ Revised

Projected

A Investment Plan
DOP

[Mln Rs)

ELR

[Min Rs]

STG

[Min Rs]

Village Electricification

[Min Rs]

Others (Please Mention)

[Mln Rs]

Total

[Mln Rs]

B Financing Arrangement
Local

[Mln Rs)

Loan

[min Rs]

PSDP / Own Resources

[Mln Rs)

Grant

[Mln Rs)

Consumer Contribution

[Mln Rs)

Others (Please Mention)

[Mln Rs]

Total

[Mln Rs]

Supported by the following details:


1. Complete Cost Benefit Analysis
2. Expected efficency/ improvement in the system
DF - FORM 21 ( B )
Feeder X Feeder X

Feeder X

Feeder X Overall Losses

Feeder wise Losses


Existing Level of Losses
Losses previous year / qrt
Investment carried out last year / qrt
Objective committed last year / qrt
Actual Results achieved after investments

Investment Requested for the year / quarter


Objective ( reduction in losses
maintenance of existing level of losses)
Projected losses for the control period

The losses shall be submitted separate] for Sub- Transmission System ( 132 KV - 33KV System ) and
Distribution System ( 11 KV & below )

25

DF - FORM 22

DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
Interest on Development Loans
Rs. Million
Loans

Interest
Rate %

This form should be submitted for each loan appearing on the DISCO's Balance S

26

OF - FORM 23

DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
Development Loan
Interest Ratrel
Remaining
Sr. No.

First Ort of FY

Second OR of FY

Loan
Years

0/Bal

Disbursement

Repayment

C/Bal

OfBal

Disbursement

Third Qrt of FY

Repayment'

C/Bal

0/Bat

Fourth OR of FY

Disbursement ' Repayment

Cala!

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for each loan appearing on the OISCO's Balance Sheet

27

0
DF - FORM 24

Slabs

No. of
Customers

1 - 100

101 - 200

201-300

J,aV
301-400

401-500

501-600

601-700

701-800

801-900

901-1000

1001-1100

Total

Revenue
Rs.Million

Average Rate
Ps./kWh

0-50
1 - 100
101 - 200
201 -300
301 - 400
401-500
501-600
601-700
701-800
801-900
901-1000
1001-1100
Total

28

DF - FORM 25

DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
Provision for Tax
Rs. Million
Sr. No.
.._

Provision for Tax allowed

Actual tax paid during the FY


1st Qrt
2nd Qrt
3rd Qrt
4rth Qrt

Total

29

C
DF - FORM 26

Distribution Company
Existing & Proposed Tariff Statement
(Monthly, Quarter!y as well as Consolidated)
Description

Sales

Sale* Mix

No. of
Consumers

ei

Connected
Load

Load
Factor

rkwr

r%ager

Distribution
losses

NEPRA Existing Tariff


Fixed Charge

Proposed New Tariff

Variable
Charge

Fixed
- Charge

Variable
Charge

Difference
Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Residential
Up to 50 Units

0%

Forixtak load requirement up to 5 kW


01-100 Units
101-300 Units

0%

301-7000nits

0%

Above 700 Units


For peek load requirement exceeding 5 kW
Time of Use

- Peak

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Residential

0%

Commercial A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial (<100)

0%

Commercial (<20 KW)


For peak load requirement exceedn 5 kW
Regular
Time of Use

0%
0%

OU - Peak A-2

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak (Temp)

Total Commercial

0%

Industrial
B1

0%

B2

0%

82 - TOO (Peak)

0%

B2 TOU (Off-peak)

0%

B3 - TOU Peak

0%

B3 - TOO (Off-peak)

0%

B4 - TOO weak)

0%
0A

84 TOO (Off-peak)
Total Industrial

0%

Bulk
DlielSupply at 400 Volts up to 5 kW

0%

C1(b) Supply at 400 Volts -exceeding 5 kW

0%
0%

Time of Use (TOO) - Peak


Time of Use

OU - Off-Peak

0%
0%

C2 Supptat11 kV
Time of Use (TOO). Peak

0%

Time of Use (IOU) OffPeak

0%
0%

C3 Supp_above 11 by
Time of Use

0%

OU - Peak

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Single Point Supply

0%

Agricultural Tube-wells - Tariff 0


D1 Sca
0%

ricultual Tube-wells

D2

0%

Time of UseCOLO - Peak 02


Time of Use (MU) Off-Peak D2
Total Agricultural

0%
-

0%

Public L htin r G

0%

Residential Colonies H

0%

Special Contracts - Tariff K AJ


0%

Time of Use (TOO) - Peak


Time of Use
Rai

OU - Off-Peak

0%
0%

Traction I

0%

CoGeneration,1
Grand Total

0%

DF - FORM 26 ( A )

Distribution Company
Existing & Proposed Tariff Statement
( Monthly, Quarterly as well as Consolidated )
Description

Sales
--

Sales Mix

No. of
Consumers

Connected
Load

Load
Factor

,
ll,,, '

.:',a;r I

'

NEPRA Existing Tariff


Distribution
Variable
losses
Fixed Charge
Charge
;Mir

Rs;

Proposed New Tariff


Fixed
Cha rge
1,,Ir,i2,1

:MIr. Rs:

Variable
Charge

Difference
Fixed
Charge

Variable

Charge

:rVI^ '

Residential
U. to 50 Units
For

0%

alt load requirement up to 5 kW

01-100 Units

0%

101-300 Units

0%

301-700Units

0%

Above 700 Units

0%

For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW


Time of Use TOU - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Residential

0%

Commercial - A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial <100

0%

Commercial (<20 KVV)


For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW
Re ular

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak (A-2)

0%

Time

of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak (Temp)


Total Commercial

0%

0%

I
B1

0%

B2

0%

82 - TOU (Peak)

0%

B2 - TOU Off-peak)

0%

B3- TOU (Peak)

0%

83 TOU (Off-peak)
84 - IOU (Peak)

0%

B4 TOU (Off-peak)

0%
Total Industrial

0%

Bulk
CI(a) Supply at 400 Volts - up to 5 kW

0%

CI b Su

0%

at 400 Volts -exceedin 5 kW

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

C2 Supply at 11 kV

0%

Time of Use

0%

OU - Peak

Time of Use (TOU) Off-Peak


C3 T

0%

1 I kV

0%
0%

Time of Use (TOU) Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Oft-Peak


Total Single Point Supply

At ricultural Tube-wells - Tariff D


01 Scarp

0%

02 Agricultual Tube-wells
Time of Use

0%

Oil Peak 0-2

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak D2


Total Agricultural

0%
-

0%

Public Li htin G

0%

Residential Colonies H

0%

Special Contracts - Tar ff K (AJK)


Time of Use

OU - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Railway TractionTraction 1

0%
0%

Co-Genralion-J
Grand Total

0%

31

DF - FORM 27

Distribution Company
Actual Revenue & Subsidy Statement pertaining to the last year
Monthly, ua rl as well as Consolidate
'

Description

.-...i..,

Sales
Mix
,...

(MkWh)

(%age)

Sales

Residential
U. to 50 Units

No. of
Consumers

Connected
Load

Load
Factor

(kW)

(%age)

NEPRA Determined Tani,

GOP Notified Tariff

Subsidy

Fixed Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

(RsikVI,V)

(RsikWIk)

(RsiKWAI)

(RskikVh)

(R5AW;M)

(R.KW(')

0%

For peak load requirement up to 5 kW


01-100 Units

0%

101-300 Units

0%

301-700Units

0%

Above 700 Units

0%

For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW


Time of Use

OU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Residential

0%

Commercial - A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial(<100

0%

Commercial (<20 KW)


For peak bad requirement exceeding 5 kW

Regular

0%

Time of Use (IOU) - Peak (A-2)

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak (Temp)


Total Commercial

0%

0%

Industrial
B1

0%

B2

0%

82 - TOU (Peak)

0%

B2 - TOU (Off-peak)

0%

B3 - TOU Peak

0%

83 - TOU Off -ea

0%

Ei4 - TOU (Peak)

0%
0%

B4 - TOU (Off-peak)
Total Industrial

0%

Bulk
C1 a Su. :j at 400 Volts - up to 5 kW

0%

C1 b) Sully at 400 Volts -exceedin 5 kW

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) Off-Peak

0%

Time of Use TOU - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%
0%

C3 Supply above 11 kV
Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%
0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak


Total Single Point Supply

Agricultural Tube-wells - Tariff D


D1 S
D2 ricultual Tube-wells
Time of Use

0%

C2SuI at 11 kV

0%

0%
0%
0%

OU) - Peak D-2

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak D2


Total Agricultural

0%

Public Lighting G

0',

Residential Colonies H

0%

Special Contracts - Tariff K (AJK)


Time of Use (TOU) - Peak
0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Railway Traction - I

0%

Co-Generation-J
Grand Total

0%

OF - FORM 27 ( A )

Distribution Company
Revenue & Subsidy Statement
(Monthly, Quarterly as well as Consolidated)
sales

4,000 9 .:

(MkWh)

Sales
Mix

No, of
Consumers

(%age)

Connected
Load

Load
Factor

(kW)

( Sago)

NEPRA Determined Tariff

GOP Notified Tariff

Subsidy

Fixed Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

(Min Rs)

(MI, Rs)

(Min Rs)

(Mtn Rs)

(Min Rs)

Win Rs)

Residential
Up to 50 Units

0%

For peak load requirement up to 5 kW


01-100 Units

0%

101-300 Units

0%

301-700Units

0%

Above 700 Units

0%

For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW


Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Residential

0%

Commercial - A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial (<100)

0%

Commercial (<20 KW)


For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW
Regular

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak (A-2)

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak (Temp)


Total Commercial

0%
-

Industrial
61

00 .

B2

0,<

82 - TOUIPeak)

0/

82 - TOU (Off-peak)

133 - TOU (Peak)

0%

B3 - TOU (Off-peak)

0'%

B4 - TOU (Peak)

Oi

84 - TOU (Off-peak)

OG
Total Indust la!

0%

Bulk
C1(a) Supply at 400 Volts - up to 5 kW

0%

C1(b) Supply at 400 Volts -exceedink5 kW

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

C2 Supply at 11 kV

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%
0%

C3 Supply above 11 W

0%

Time of Use TOU - Peak


Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Total Single Point Supply

0%

Agricultural Tube-wells Tariff 13


D1 Scarp

0%

D2 Agricultual Tube-wells

0%
0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak 0-2


Time of Use (IOU) - Off-Peak 02
Total Agricultural

0%
-

Public Lighting G

0%

Residential Colonies H

0%

Special Contracts - Tariff K (AJK)


Time of Use TOU - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Railway Traction - I

0%
0%

Co-Generation-J
Grand Total

0%

DF - FORM 28

Distribution Company
Proposed Revenue & Subsidy Statement
(Monthly, Quarter!y as well as Consolidated)

Des-crIptIon

Sales

Sales
Mix

Load
Factor

(MkWh)

(%age)

(%age)

Revenue as per new proposed


Tariff

Revenue as per GOP Notified


Tariff

Subsidy

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Fixed
Charge

(Rsik1MM)

(FtstkWa)

(R,10.^1:1,A)

(RsiKW1)

(Rs,kM14)

Variable . .., ,, . .
Charge
(R, kWh)

Residential
Up to 50 Units
For peak load requirement up to 5 kW
01.100 Units

0%

101-300 Units

0%

301-700Units

0%

Above 700 Units

0%

For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW


0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak


Total Residential

0%

Commercial - A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial (<100)

0%

Commercial (<20 KW)


For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW
0%

Regular
Time of

0%

Use (YOU). Peak (A-2)_

Time of Use (TOU)

- Off-Peak (Temp)
Total Commercial

0%
-

0%

Industrial
B1

0%

82

0%
0%

B2 - TOU Peak

0%

B2 - TOU Off

--

0%

B3-TOU Peak
B3 - TOU Offeak

0%

B4 - TOU (Peak)

0%

B4 - TOU (Off-peak)

0%

Total Industrial

0%

Bulk
Ct (a) Supply at 400 Volts - up to 5 kW

0%

Cl(b)Supply at 400 Volts -exceedini 5 kW

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%
0%

C2 Supply at 11 kV
Time of Use TO

- Peak

0%
0%

Time of Use TOU - Off-Peak

0%

C3 Supply above 11 kV

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak


Total Single Point Supply

0%

AgrIculkoal Tube-welts - Tariff D


D1 Scarp

0%

D2 Agncuttual Tube-wells

0%
0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak D-2

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak 02


Total Agricultural

0%

Public Lighting G

0%

Residential Colonies H

0%

Special Contracts - Tariff K (AJK)


Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Usii(TOU) - Off-Peak

0%
0%

Railway Traction - I

0%

Co-Generation-J
Grand Total

0%

DF - FORM 28 ( A )

Distribution Company
Proposed Revenue & Subsidy Statement

(Month! y, Quarterly as well as Consolidated)


Revenue as per new proposed
Description

. Sales
. ,..
(MkWh)

Sales
Mix

Load
Factor

(sage)

(%age)

Tariff
Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

(Min Rs)

NI'r) Rs)

Revenue as per GOP Notified


Tariff .
Fixed
Charge

(M1r) Rs)

Om Psi

Subsidy

Variable
Charge

Total

Fixed
Charge

Variable
Charge

Total

(Min Rs)

0.11r1 Rs

IMI9 Rs)

;twl.n Rs)

(!,11 Rs)

Residential
Up to 50 Units

0%

For -eak load reuirement u to 5 kW

01-100 Units

0%

101-300 Units

0%

301-700Units

0%

Above 700 Units

0%

For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW

Time of Use (TOW- Peak


Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

0%

Total Residential

0%

'

'

Commercial - A2
Commercial For peak load requirement up to 5 kW

0%

Commercial (<100)

0%

Commercial (<20 KW)


For peak load requirement exceeding 5 kW
Regular

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak (A-2)

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak (Temp)


Total Commercial

0%
-

0%

Industrial
B1

0%

82

0%

B2 - TOU (Peak),

0%

132 - TOU (Off-peak)

0%

B3 -TOU (Peak)

0%

B3 - TOU (O(f-peak)

0%

B4 - TOU (Peak)
B4 - TOU (Off-peak)

0%
0%
Total Industrial

0%

Bulk
Cl a Su

at 400 Volts - uto 5 kW

0%

C1(b) Supply at 400 Volts -exceeding 5 kW

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use OU - Off-Peak

0%

at 11 kV

C2 Su

0%

Time of Use TOU - Peak

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

above 11 kV

C3 Su

0%

Time of Use (TOU) - Peak


Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak

0%

0%

Total Single Point Supply

0%

A. ricultural Tube-wells - Tariff D


D1 Scarp

0%

D2

0%

ricultual Tube-wells
Time of Use TOU - Peak D-2
Time of Use (TOU) - Off-Peak D2
Total Agricultural

0%
0%
-

0%

Public Li hting G

0%

Residential Colonies H

0%

Secial Contracts - Tariff K (AJK)


Time of Use (TOU) - Peak

0%

Time of Use (IOU) - Off-Peak

0%

Railwa Traction - I

0%

Co-Generation-J

0%

Grand Total

0%

c,1P4 ..R Pk-

,c.,
ti,

REGISTRAR

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)

Form # - PPP 1

Summary of Projected Power Purchase Price of CPPA Pool


FY
#
1

Particulars
Units Delivered to DISCO,: and 1:1',SC

Unit

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feh

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

G\\I

2 Fuel Cost Component

Rs. in Millions

3 Variable O&M

Rs. in Millions

4 Capacity Charge

Rs. in Millions

zi. Transmission Charge (UOSC)

Rs. in Millions

6 Total Power Purchase Price (2+3+4+5)

Rs. in Millions

7 Fuel Cost Component (Row 2 / Row 1)

Rs./l. \\ 'II

8 Variable O&M (Row 3 / Row 1)

Rs./kWh

9 Capacity Charge (Row 4 / Row 1)

Rs./Mil

It) Transmission Charge (UOSC) (Row 5 / Row 1) Rs./kWh


11 Total Power Purchase Price (7+8+9+10)

Rs./kWh
.

Ay 1

.7,? goon PPPI_

. NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


Assumptions for Fuel Prices for Projected Power Purchase Cost
FY

Form # - PPP 2

1 J-ISFO Price Assumption


The data of actual cost of HSFO on a fortnightly basis in the last Financial year is obtained from the website of PSO. Freight is added in the cost. This

cost is in Rs. /M.ton and is converted to $/M.ton by using the actual exchange rate. This cost is then prorated to next year on the basis of projected
exchange rate for the next financial year.
Import Oil
prices-

Import Oil prices


Actual Months of

Ex-GST/ Ex-

previous financial
year 20X1-20X2

Freight
Rs./M. Ton
a

1st J ul, 20X1


16th Jul, 20X1
1st Aug, 20X1
16th Aug, 20X1
1st Sep, 20X1
16th Sep, 20X1
1st Oct, 20X1
16th Oct, 20X1
1st Nov, 20X1
16th Nov, 20X1
1st Dec, 20X1
16th Dec, 20X1
1st Jan, 20X2
16th Jan, 20X2
1st Feb, 20X2
16th Feb, 20X2
1st Mar, 20X2
16th Mar, 20X2
1st Apr, 20X2
16th Apr, 20X2
1st May, 20X2
16th May, 20X2
1st Jun, 20X2
16th Jun, 20X2

Month

Freight cost

Ex-GST final
cost

Rs./M. Ton Rs./M. Ton


b
c=a+b

Exchange
rate-actual

Rs/$
d

Oil

Price

Projected Months Projection


of FY 20X2-X3
Imported
oil price

Projected
Ex-GST
exchnage
final cost
rate
$ / M. Ton Rs./M. Ton Rs./M. Ton

e = c/d

h=f*o

1st Jul, 20X2


16th Jul, 20X2
1st Aug, 20X2
16th Aug, 20X2
1st Sep, 20X2
16th Sep, 20X2
1st Oct, 20X2
16th Oct, 20X2
1st Nov, 20X2
16th Nov, 20X2
1st Dec, 20X2
16th Dec, 20X2
1st Jan, 20X3
16th Jan, 20X3
1st Feb, 20X3
16th Feb, 20X3
1st Mar, 20X3
16th Mar, 20X3
1st Apr, 20X3
16th Apr, 20X3
1st May, 20X3
16th May, 20X3
1st Jun, 20X3
16th Jun, 20X3
Total
HSFO
Market price
Rs./Ton
i = average of
each fortnight
in column h

Jul, 20X2
Aug, 20X2
Sep, 20X2
Oct, 20X2
Nov, 20X2
Dec, 20X2
Jan, 20X3
Feb, 20X3
Mar, 20X3
Apr, 20X3
May, 20X3
Jun, 20X3

Page 2 Form PPP 2

2. HSD Price Assumption


The data of actual cost of USD is obtained from the website of PSO for the latest months. This cost is then prorated to the next year.

Months

Projected
Cost for
FY20X1-X2
Rs./Ton

Actual Cost Projected


for FY 20X1- Cost for
X2
FY20X2 - X3
Rs./Ton

Rs./Ton

Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dcc
an
Nei)
Mar
Apr
May
I un
Jul
Averace
3 Gas Price Assumption
The Gas price last year

in
Actual
Descripton

thcretOrc an increase of

is assumed from

w.c.f.
Rs/MMBTU

Increase %

CiHNCOs
IPPs

Page 3 of Form PPP 2

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


Assumptions for Capacity Cost for Projected Power Purchase Cost
FY

Form # - PPP 3

Capacity charges have been projected after analysing the variation in the factors by which capacity charge tariff is increased:

1 WAPDA Hydel:

Actual Capacity charge taken and applied on the Dependable Capacity, however, any new petition of
WAPDA hydel is taken into account.

2 Other Hydel plants:

Actual capacitry charge paid in last year is assumed

3 GENC0-1, II and III:

Actual capacitry charge paid in last year is assumed

4 GENCO-IV:

The Capacity charge is assumed to be actual per month expense in FY

5 1994 policy IPPs

The Capacity charge factor is calculated and applied on actual capacity for each IPP. The factor is calculated as
below:

Capacity
Name of Power Producer

Date of

Financial
MW

Close

Ref: Capacity Charges


(scalable
illble
Nonescalable
Rs./kW/Mo
Rs./kW/Mon
nth

Rscalation Factor
on COD

Current

Revised Capacity Charges Rs /kW/Month

I. ,scalable

Non-escalable

Liberty(C.C.)
Habibullah
Pauli
Uch (C.C.)
Kapco
Rousch
Hubco
KEL
SEPCO
Japan
Saba
AES Lalpir
AES Pak Gen

6 CHASNUPP I
7 CHASNUPP II

Actual Capacity charge is taken as per the latest tariff determination.


Actual Capacity charge is taken as per the latest tariff determination.

8 IPPs:

Actual Capacity charge w.e.f July 1,


is taken and applied on Dep. Capacity. Then for each
quarter, the movement in Actual capcity charge dumg the FY
is calculated and the Average
movement per quarter percentage is appled to determne the CPP per kw/h for each quarter as below:
Last Year
IPP

Projected Year

July-Sep I Oct-Dec I Jan-Mar 1 Apr-Jun


Jul-Sep I Oct-Dec .1 Jan-Mar I Apr-Jun
CPP in Rs/kW/Hour

Attock Gen
% Chaim
Atlas Power
% Chanke
Nishat Power
% ChanRe
Orient Power
% Chan2e
Nishat Chunian
% Chan 'e
9 Other relevant assumptions
Exchange Rate (Rs. / USD
US CPI
Local CPI
3 Monthly LIBOR

Page 4 of Form PPP 3

'Total

3 Monthly KIBOR
Hours in the Quarter
Average Exchange Rate, CPI and \VPI

Page 5 of Form PPP 3

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


Assumptions for Varialbe O&M Coat (part of energy charge)
FY
I 1-0e

ikon:moon at IT

Form #- PPP 4

nu ng DISCOs has been allocated :in,ntie proportion as that of PN

2 load factor, in FN ___Itas been worked out as per the "NTDC demand forecast Report
3 Transmission charges:
Transmission charges have been calculated 0 Rs
/kW/Nfonth of peak demand of each DISCO in the FY
latest tariff detcmunation of NIDC
4 Energy Charge- Variable O&M
Variable O&M charges have been projected after analysing the variation in the factors by which Variable charge tariff is increased:

WAPDA Hyde!:
II

as per the

Actual Variable charge taken and applied on the Etter& Generated in Grch, however, any new tariff petition of
WAPDA is taken into account.

Other blydcl plants Actual Variable change taken and applied on the Energy Generated in GWh

fu GENCO-l:

As per the Order of Aothonty, the Variable O&NI of GENCO-I is subject to adjus. anent on Bi.Annual basis.
Amaral Variable charge w.e.f July 1, _is taken and applied on Emerge generated. Then Jan onwards,
the variable charge is C1111Allnini lay attnal movement in this Component of enerm charge as below.

Month

Variable
O&M in

July,_ to Dec._

40010

Ian, _to June

0 051)0

Jan-June

Factor

July-Dec I JamJune I July-Dee 1 Ian-Jon

Variable O&M in Its/kWhof Genco.1


Movement ill Vas-O&M
Average Movement in Vac-O&M

iv GENCO-11,

As per the Order of Authority, the Variable O&M of GENCO-II and III is nor subject to adjustment
Adjustment will be made mdy when the GIINCOs apply for new tariff. Therefore, no adjustment in O&M is
3,50MC(1 for the IT 2011-12.
GENCO

Variable
O&M in
Rs/kWh

r;ENCO.II
GENCO-III

v GENCO-1V:

The Variable charg is as per the latest valid tariff determination


GENCO
Variable
O&M in

Rs/kWh
GENCO-1V

i 1994 policy IPPs

The Van:1111C charge component of these IPPS is revised on a biannual basis. Therefore, for first six months of financial
year, tine actual cost as per CPP.A data is taken and for the nest 6 months, the charge is assumed to increase bared on the
percentage II1CM5C in last year.
Actual O&M Jan

Actual

Increase

O&M July

Name of Power
Producer

in 6
to Dec,
to June, 20X2
a

20X1
b

months
c = bia

Actual
Projected
O&M July, O&M from
Jan, 20X3
20X2 to
to June,
Dec, 20X2
20X3
d
ertlx
(Ic)

Liberty(C.C.)
Habibullah
Fauji
Uch (C.C.)
Kapco - I ( F.0)
Kapco - I ( Gas)
Kapco - I ( HSD)
Kapco -11 ( F.0)
Kapco - II (Gas)
Kapco - II ( IISD)
Kapco - III ( Gas)
Kapco - Ill ( HSD)
Rousch
Hubco
KEL
SEPCO
Japan
Saba
AIdS Lalpir
AF.S Pak Gen
Chashnup
Davis
Ahem
Northern
Zodu

vii 2002 policy !Pi's:

Actual Variable charge w.e.f July ,


is alculated as below and app ied un Generation. Then for each quarter, the
movement in Actual Variable charge domg the PS' _Is calculated and the Average movement per quarter percentage is
apples' to detemutte the Variable O&M per k.11 for each quarter as below.

Page 6 of Form PPP 4

Sr. No.

Ref. Exchange
Rate

Rd. US
CPI

1107. CP1
general
local

Ref. Variable O&M


Foreign

Local
Re./kVll

Rd. Fixed O&M


Foreign

Local

July-Sep,
2013 US
CPI

Ntshat Power
Nishat ()Ionian Power
Ada, powa.,

Joly-Sep,
21113 CPI
general

Revised
Exchange
Rate

New Varial le O&M


Foreign
lis./kli

Local

Total

Ncw Fixed O&M


Foreign

Local

Total

Rs./kW/Hr.

3trock Power
I aberty Power
I lob power
Ileetway Power
(liinanwala Energy
japan Power
ea range Power
Star
Shlf (gas)
Sae) (heel)
Sapphire (oo)
Sapphire (bed)
I lallmore (gas)
I lam. (hed)
Green Electric
lleli II
Foundation
Engin
Orient :gas)
Orient (bed)
11111CO.Nalowal

Lads:Aaiun
11'1'
Artock Gen
(hone

I sot Veer
.Inly.Sep I Oct-Dee I Jan Star I Apr-11111

Paneend Year
lubSep I Oct-Dec I Ist,Mat

Atlas Power

% CI.Ar
Mshat Power
% alga
Orient Power

(Apr,
Nishat Chunian
Si Oxyge

Average
Chmnec

New
'Y 13.11

Page 7 el Fern, PPP 4

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)

Form # - PPP S

Assumpsions for Use of system charge


FY
1 Mc use of system charge is taken m Rs. /kW/ month based on the latest miff determination of MIDC.
2 Tins charge is applied on the Maximum Demand of each DISCO computed M MW. For this purpose, three previous years data of actual
Purchase of Power and load factor is taken.
3

The power purcalise is converted to Masonsm demand on the basis of the following formula:

LOAD FACTOR

Maximum Demand = Power Purchase in MWb / (31 x 24) / actual load factor in Y.
Actual Load factor in previous financal veer

Name

July

Anna

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Average

hesitated Power punhasc fur the next financial seat e.


August
September
October
November December

January

February

Masai

April

May

June

Average

IESCO
LESCO
GEPCO
FFSCO
MEPCO
PESCO
TESCO
HESCO
QESCO
SEPCO
DISCOs other than
KESC
KESC
DISCO. Including
RISC

5 PURCI LASE 01' POWER


Name

July

IESCO
LESCO
GEPCO
FESCO
MEPCO
PESCO
TESCO
HESCO
QESCO
SEPCO
DISCO. other than
KESC
KESC
DISCO. Including
KESC

6 MAXIMUM DEMAND

7 USE OF SYSTEM CHARGE

Maximum demand con mod for earl 1)15121 per month base cc the WI come
Maximum Demand = Power Pu chase in MWh / (31x 24) / actual load factor in %
Use of system charge is computed by multiplying the maximum demand each month wall the factor as per NTDC determination

37,

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)

Form # - PPP 6

Assumptions for Generation for Projected Power Purchase Cost

FY
Generation has been projected for each unit based on historical actual generation in last three financial years. This is duly adjusted by other factors as below;
While projecting generation for FY

1 WAPDA Hydel

last five-years trend has been kept in view. The total generation is

then sub-divided into months based on actual month-wise data

Sr.No.

Installed
Capacity

H del
Power
Station

2007-08
(Actual)

MW
1

arbela

3,478

Ghazi Broth;
Mangla

1,450
1,000

3
4

Warsak

243

Chashma

184

6
7

Jinnah I 1PP
Khan Kbaxvt

96
72

Altai Khawat

121

Duber Khavo

130

10

Gomal %am
Jabban
Rasul
Dargai

17
22
22

Nandipur
Shadiwal

14

16
17

Chichoki

13

18

Renala Khur

19

Chitral

11
12
13
14
15

Month

2008-09
(Actual)

2009-10
(Actual)

2010-11
(Actual)

2011-12
(Actual)

Projected

Budgeted
by WAPDA

2012-13
(Provisional)

2013-14

20
14

Kuram Garb

Total

Actual Net Electrical Output (GWh)

6,902._

2013 (GWh) 2012 (GWh)

2011

2010 (GWh) Average for monthwise


three years generatio
n as a %

(GWh)

(GWh)

of total

Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
leb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Total

2 Jagran, I'ehur, Malakand -III and Laraib


Month

2013 (GWh) 2012 (GWh)

While projecting generation for FY

2011

previous three-years trend has been kept in view.

2010 (GWh)

(GWh)
JulY
August
September
October
December

Page 9 of Form PPP 6

January
February
March
April
May
June
Total

3 GENCO-I, II and III:

\Xbilc projecting generation for FY


generation for FY

previous three years month-wise trend has been kept in view. And

is taken as Average of last two years actual generation. The projection is done

for each block separately.

4 KAPCO

While projecting generation for FY


previous three years month-wise trend has been kept in view. And
generation for FY
is taken as Average of previous three years actual generation. The projection is
done for each block separately.

5 IPPs

For projection of generation from IPPs analysis is done of generation in previous three years with Plant Factors and a
trend is observed. Based on the average plant factor the generation is projected for next financial year
Actual 20X0
Actual 20X1
Actual 20X2
Projected finacial year

IPP

Fuel type

Capacity

Generation

Plant

Generation

Plant

Generation

Plant

Projected

(MW)

(GWh)

Factor

(GWh)

Factor

(GWh)

Factor

P.F.

Generation
(GWh)

I-Iub Power

F.O.

Kohinoor Energy

F.O.

AES Lalpir

F.O.

AES Pakgen

F.O.

Southern Power

F.O.

I labibullah

Gas

Fauji Kabirwala

Gas

Rousch

Gas

Japan Power

F.O.

lich

Gas

Alter!)

Gas

l.iberty

Gas

Chashma-1

Nuclear

Chashma-lI

Nuclear

Tavantr Iran

Import

Saba Power

Attock Gen.

F.O.

Atlas Power

F.O.

Nishat Power

F.O.

Foundation

Gas

Orient Power

Gas

I ISD

Nishat Chunia

F.O.

Saif Power

Gas

I-ISD

Ingro

(;as

Sapphire Power

Gas

Hallmore

Gas

I ISD

I I ubco Narowal

USD

F.O.

Liberty

F.O.

Davis energen

Gas

Total

6 OTHERS

Generaton of TPS Quetta, TPS Shahadra, SPPs and Zorlu is assumed to be equal to the generation for Last financial year

7 Any ne plants to be added in each generation category in the next financial


also incorporated based on dependeable capacity and plant factor of similar
plants.
\N1ER REGI;

(13

REGts-f R4R

NEPO's

Page 10 of Form PPP 6

.NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


SUMMARY OF PROJECTED GENERATION PLAN
FY

Form # - PPP 7

The generation as per assumptions in form 6 arc then compiled in this form
Power Producer
Hydroelectric

Fuel

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

I lydcl

Tarbela

Hydel

Mangla

Hyde'

Warsak

Hyde'

Chashma

I lydel

Ghazi Brotha

I lydcl

Jagran I Lyda

I lydel

Malakund-I11 SI IYDO

Ilydel

Pehur

Hydel

Khan Khawar

llydel

Gomal Zam Dam,

Hydel

Laraib

Hydel

Satpara 1)arn

Hydel

Dither Khwar

Hyde!

Altai Khwar

1 Iydel

Jihhah I fydropower

Ilydel

Ilydel Total

Ex-WAPDA GENCOs
GENCO-1
Jamshoro Block 1

F.O.

Unit 1

Gas

Jamshoro Block 2

1'.0.

Unit 2-4

Gas

lamshoro Block 3

l'.0.

Kotry 3-7

Gas

Jainshoro Block 4

F.O.

Kotry 1-2

Gas
Jamshoro "Total

GENCO-H
Central Block 1

l'.0.

Guddu CC 11-13
Central Block 2

Gas
1.0.

Guddu CC 5-10
Central Block 3

Gas
F.O.

Guddu Steam 3-4


Central Block 4

Gas
l'.().

Guddu Steam 1-2

Gas

Central "iota]

Page 11 of Form PPP 7

Power Producer

Fuel

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

GENCO-HI
Northern Block 1

F.O.

'MG Unit 1-3

Gas

Northern Block 2

FO.

MG Unit 4

Gas

Northern Block 3

F.0.

MG Unit 5-6

Gas

Northern Block 4
GTPS FSD 5-9

F.O.
Gas
1151)

Northern Block 5

I .0.

SPS FSD 1-2

Gas

Northern Block 6

1-ISI)

GTPS FSD 1-4

Gas
1-ISI)

Northern Block 7
NGPS Multan 1-4
Northern Block 8

F.O.
Gas
F.O.

Northern Toal

GENCO IV
I,akhra Power

Coal

GENCO IV TOTAL
GENCOs Total

IPPs
Kot Addu Block 1

F.O.
Gas
HSD

Kot Addu Block 2

I .(.).
(;as
I LSD

Kot Addu Block 3

Gas
11SD

Kot Addu Total

Page 12 of Form PPP 7

Power Producer
I lob Power

Fuel

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

E.O.

Kohinoor Energy

E.O.

AES 1,alpir

F.O.

AES Pakgcn

E.O.

Southern Power

E.O.

I I abibullah

Gas

Fauji Kabirwala

Gas

Rousch

Gas

Saba Power

E.O.

japan Power

E.O.

Feb

Gas

.\ltcrn

Gas

Liberty

Gas
E.O.

Chashma Nuclear

Nuclear

Chashma Nuclear-II

Nuclear

Tavanir Iran

Import

A ttock Gcn.

P.O.

Atlas Power

E.O.

Nishat Power

E.O.

I 'oundation

Gas

Orient Power

Gas
IISD

Nishat Chunia

E.O.

Sail Power

Gas
IISD

Engro

Gas

Sapphire Power

Gas
IISD

I lallmore

Gas
HSI)

I I ubeo N avowal

F.O.
IPPs Total

Others
"[VS-Quetta

Gas

TPS-Sh a hdara

Gas

SPPs

Mixed

Zorlu

Wind
Others Total
Grand Total

I Lytle]
Coal
IISD
I'.0.
Gas
Nuclear
Mixed
Import from Iran
Wind Power
Grand Total

C Losses

\kJER

Net Delivered
NI 'DC l.osscs %

Pk-

NJ
rJ

Page 13 of Form PP1p 7

(Li

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AtEn t1/4

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


LAST THREE YEARS ACTUAL GENERATION IN GWhs
F1'

Form # - PPP 8

The actual generation data of last three years is compiled on the below format for each year to perform comparison with the projection

GWh
Power Producer
Hydroelectric
Tarbela
Mangla
Warsak
Chashma
Ghazi Broths
Jagran I I ydcl
Malakund-II1 SE 1YDO
Pchur
Khan Khawar
Gomal Zam Dam,
Laraib
Satpara Dam
Dither Khwar
Allai Khwar
Jihhah l lydropower

Fuel
11ydcl

Capacity MW Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

I lydel
Hydel
I lydel
Hydel
I Iydcl
I lydel
Hydel
Hydel
Hydel
Hydel
Hyde!
Hydel
Hydel
Hydel
Hydel

Hydel Total
Ex-WAPDA GENCOs
GENCO-1
Jamshoro Block 1
Unit 1
Jamshoro Block 2
Unit 2-4
Jamshoro Block 3
Kotry 3-7
Jamshoro Block 4
Kotry 1-2
Jamshoro Total
GENCO-II
Central Block 1
Guddu CC 11-13
Central Block 2
Guddu CC 5-10
Central Block 3
Guddu Steam 3-4
Central Block 4
Guddu Steam 1-2

F.O.
Gas
F.O.
Gas
It.O.
Gas
F.O.
Gas

li.O.
Gas
I.O.
Gas
P.O.
Gas
1:.0.
Gas

Central Total

?o\NIER Rp
.()
Q./

REGISTRAR
Page 14 of Form PPP 8

NEPRA

Power Producer

Fuel

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

GENCO-III
Northern Block 1

1'.0.

' MG Unit 1-3

Gas

Northern Block 2

F.O.

MG Unit 4

Gas

Northern Block 3

F.O.

MG Unit 5-6

Gas

Northern Block 4
GTPS PSI) 5-9

F.O.
(;as
FISD

Northern Block 5
SPS FSD 1-2
Northern Block 6
GTPS FSD 1-4

F.O.
Gas
USD
Gas
1-ISI)

Northern Block 7
NGPS Mutt= 1-4
Northern Block 8

F.O.
Gas
F.O.

Northern Toal

GENCO IV
Laklira Power

Coal

GENCO IV TOTAL
GENCOs Total
IPPs
Kot Addu Block I

F.0.
Gas
I ISD

Kot :Addu Block 2

F.O.
Gas
I ISD

Rot Addu Block 3

Gas
FISD

Kot Addu Total

?O\ ER R6.

f.

REGISTRAR

Page 15 of Form PPP 8

ti
*NEPRA

Fuel

Power Producer

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

I lob P ower

1C0.

Kohinoor Energy

1
.0.

A) .S Lalpir

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

.O.

AES Pakgcn

F.O.

Southern Power

N.O.

I labibullah

Gas

liauji Kabirwala

Gas

Rousch

Gas

Saba Power

N.O.

japan Power

F.O.

l:ch

Gas

Ahern

Gas

I .iberty

Gas
F.O.

C:hashma Nuclear

Nuclear

Chashma Nuclear-II

Nuclear

"l'avanir Iran

Import

Attock Gen.

I.O.

Atlas Power

I .O.

Nishat Power

1.0.

Foundation

Gas

( )rient Power

Gas
I ISD

Nishat Chunia

F.O.

Saif Power

Gas

I iigro

Gas

Sapphire Power

Gas

I lallmore

Gas

I-ISD

I ISD
11SD
!lobe Narowal

F.O.
IPPs Total

Others
TPS-Quetta

Gas

.1.1)S-Shandara

Gas

SPPs

Mixed

%olio

Wind

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Capacity MW

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

Others Total
Grand Total
I Iydel
Coal
I-ISD
F.O.
Gas
Nuclear
Mixed
Import from Iran
Wind Power
Grand 'foul

NTDc Losses
Net Delivered
NTDC Losses %

\NIER Rea

N'
()

Page 16 of Form P

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</
*

NEPR

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


LAST THREE YEARS ACTUAL COST IN Rs.
FY

Form # - PPP 9

The actual cost of generation data of last three years is compiled on the below format for each year to perform comparison with the
projection
Total
Power Producer

Fuel

Generation
GWh

Hydroelectric

Energy
Charge
Fuel
Rs./kWh

Energy
Charget,
VO&M
Rs./kWh

Energy
Charge fuel
Rs.Million

Energy
ChargeVO&M
Rs.Million

Total Energy Average Fuel


Charge

Charge

Rs.Million

Rs./kWh

Hydel

Tarbela

Hydel

111angla

Hydel

Warsak

Hydel

Chashma

I Iydel

Ghazi Brotha

Hydel

,Jagran Hydel

Hydel

Malakund-III SHYDO

Hydel

Pehur

Hydel

Khan Khawar

Hydel

Gomal lam Dam,

Hydel

Laraib

Hydel

Satpara Dam

Hydel

Duber Khwar

Hydel

Allai Khwar

Hydel

Jihhah Hydropower

Hydel

Hydel Total
Ex-WAPDA GENCOs
GENCO-1
Jamshoro Block 1
Unit 1

F.O.
Gas

Jamshoro Block 2
Unit 2-4

F.O.
Gas

Jamshoro Block 3
Kotry 3-7

F.O.
Gas

Jamshoro Block 4
Kotry 1-2

F.O.
C;as

Jamshoro Total
GENCO-II
Central Block 1

F.O.

Guddu CC 11-13
Central Block 2

Gas
F.O.

Guddu CC 5-10
Central Block 3

Gas
F.O.

Guddu Steam 3-4


Central Block 4
Guddu Steam 1-2

Gas
F.O.
Gas
oVti ER Rk-,

-------Y6:,
Central Total

\'1

REGISTRAR
-.4(
->,

.1/b.
NE P R

---.._

Page 17 of Form PPP 9

Total
Power Producer

Fuel

Generation in
GWh

Energy
Charge
Fuel
Rs./kWh

Energy
Chargeir,
VO&M
Rs./kWh

Energy
Charge fuel
Rs.Million

Energy
ChargeVO&M
Rs.Million

Total Energy Average Fuel


Charge

Charge

Rs.Million

Rs./kWh

GENCO-III
Northern Block 1

F.O.

MG Unit 1-3

Gas

Northern Block 2

F.O.

MG Unit 4

Gas

Northern Block 3

F.O.

MG Unit 5-6

Gas

Northern Block 4

F.O.

GTPS FSD 5-9

Gas
HSD

Northern Block 5

F.O.

SPS FSD 1-2

Gas

Northern Block 6

I ISD

GTPS FSD 1-4


Northern Block 7
NGPS Multan 1-4
Northern Block 8
Northern Toal

Gas
HSD
F.O.
Gas
F.O.

GENCO IV
Lakhra Power

Coal

GENCO IV TOTAL
GENCOs Total

IPPs
Kot Addu Block 1

F.O.
Gas
FISD

Kot Addu Block 2

F.O.
Gas
HSD

Kot Addu Block 3


Kot Addu Total

Gas
IISD
'''..,...,,,_ .,...

Page 18 of Form PPP 9

Total
Power Producer

Fuel

Generation in
GWh

HO Power
Kohinoor Energy
AES Lalpir
AES Pakgen
Southern Power
Habibullah
Fauji Kabirwala
Rousch
Saba Power
Japan Power
Uch
Ahern
Liberty

Energy
Charge
Fuel
Rs./kWh

Energy
ChargeVO&M
Rs./kWh

Energy
Charge fuel
Rs.Million

Energy
ChargeVO&M
Rs.Million

Total Energy Average Fuel


Charge

Charge

Rs.Million

Rs./kWh

F.O.
F.O.
F.U.
F.O.
F.O.
Gas
Gas
Gas
F.O.
F.O.
Gas
Gas
Gas
F.O.
Nuclear
Nuclear
Import
F.O.
F.O.
F.O.
Gas
Gas
I ISD
F.O.
Gas
HSD
Gas
Gas

Chashma Nuclear
Chashma Nuclear-II
Tavanir Iran
Attock Gen.
Atlas Power
Nishat Power
Foundation
Orient Power
Nishat Chunia
Saif Power
Engro
Sapphire Power

Hsi)
Hallmore

Gas
I ISD
F.O.

I Iubco Narowal
IPPs Total
Others
TPS-Quetta
TPS-Shandara
SPPs
Zorlu

Gas
Gas
Mixed
Wind
Others Total
Grand Total

Hydel
Coal
I ISD
F.O.
Gas
Nuclear
Mixed
Import from Iran
Wind Power
Grand Total

...../7713"771...-....

Page 19 of Form PPP 9

NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY AUTHORITY (NEPRA)


PROJECTION 01' PPP FOR Distribution Companies
FY
Energy Sold - (Mt
Name
IESCO
LESCO
GEPCO
FESCO
MEPCO
PESCO

Form # - PPP 10

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr f May

Jun

Total

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

'Total

ul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan I Feb

Mar

Apr

May i Jun

TESCO
11ESCO
QPSCO
SEPCO
KESC
Total
Maximum Demand in MW
Name
IFSCO
LESCO
GEPCO
IESCO
MEPCO
PESCO
FESCO
I tv.sco
QESCO
SEPCO
KESC
Total

Load Factor
NatIll,

Jun

Total

I ESCO

LESCO
GEPCO
PE-SCO
MEPCO
PESCO
TESCO
HESCO
QESCO
SEPCO
KESC
Total
Energy Purchase Price
Name
IESCO
LESCO
GEPCO
FESCO
MEPCO
PESCO
TESCO
HFSCO
QESCO
SEPCO
KESC

Rs./kWh
Average

Total

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