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Normalisation Equations

MINISTRY OF POWER

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

(i)

All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means

without prior permission of Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India.

Published by

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Ministry of Power,

Government of India

4th Floor, Sewa Bhawan

R K Puram

New Delhi -110 066

Developed specifically for Designated Consumers notified under Perform Achieve and Trade

(PAT) Program for National Mission for Energy Efficiency (NMEEE)

Disclaimer

This document has been developed after an extensive and in consultation with a number of

experts and stakeholders of the scheme. BEE disclaim any liability for any kind of loss whatsoever,

whether special, indirect, consequential, or compensatory, directly or indirectly resulting from the

publication, or reliance on this document.

Conceptualized by Media NMEEE

Processed and Printed in India by Viba Press Pvt. Ltd.,

C-66/3, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-II, New Delhi-110020

Tel. : 011-41611300 / 301 l Email : vibappl@hotmail.com

(ii)

Contents

Executive Summary

Abstract

The Book

A. Form 1

111

149

79

197

213

379

437

527

584

633

683

731

B. Normalisation Equations

755

756

756

758

759

4. Bauxite Quality

760

762

6. Product Mix

763

7. Power Mix

773

(iii)

8. Normalisation Others

774

779

781

783

783

788

3. Normalisation Others

790

793

Sb Cement Sector

795

1. Capacity Utilisation:

795

797

3. Power Mix

799

800

801

802

7. Normalisation Others

803

807

Sc Chlor-Alkali

809

1. Power Mix

809

811

3. Hydrogen Mix

813

814

5. Normalisation Others

815

818

Sd Fertilizer

820

820

821

3. Use of Naphtha

823

4. Catalyst reduction

823

824

(iv)

6. Additional provisions

825

825

826

826

2. Coke Mix

831

3. Power Mix

832

834

5. Product Mix

835

841

7. Normalisation Others

844

857

859

1. Start/Stop

859

2. Product Equivalent

861

3. Intermediary Product

873

3. Power Mix

878

879

6. Scrap Use

881

7. Normalization Others

881

885

896

1. Equivalent Product

896

2. Intermediary Product

905

908

4. Power Mix

910

5. Normalisation Others

912

916

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

(v)

Sg Textile

918

919

Composite Sub-Group)

924

925

930

931

932

932

933

933

933

11. Normalization Factor for Plant Load Factor of Captive Power Plant

933

934

936

937

941

942

942

1.1 Formula for target setting for Coal based Thermal Power Plant

942

942

942

943

1.1.4 Coal based thermal Power Plant Station Target Net Operating Heat

943

1.2 Formula for target setting Gas based Thermal Power Plant

944

944

944

(vi)

945

1.2.4 Target Station Net Operating Heat Rate without Normalization for AY

945

945

945

949

949

2.2.2 PLF Normalization for Coal / Gas/ Diesel based Thermal Power

952

2.2.3 APC Normalization for Coal / Gas/ Diesel based Thermal Power

955

961

963

963

963

964

965

2.3.4 PLF Normalization for Coal / Gas / Diesel based Thermal Power

966

966

966

966

3. Summary

966

966

967

967

(vii)

Executive Summary

The document PAT Pro-forma and Normalization Equations is a compilation of Sector specific

Pro-forma and normalization equations applicable to 8 notified sectors.

Pro-forma

These Pro-forma facilitates capturing of data and information related to energy consumption

and production and external factors considered for normalizing the target reduction of Specific

Energy Consumption of a particular Designated Consumer.

These Pro-forma are developed with an objective of assimilating additional information or data

which was not being captured in earlier notified generic FORM-1 which was common to all above

sectors.

In order to address the sector/sub-sector characteristics, development of a comprehensive

reporting format was essential to develop sector/subsector specific Pro-forma based on parameters

such as process, product, input material etc.

To cover the complete details of sector/subsector specific parameters, 13 nos. of Pro-forma

have been designed for 8 sectors. This would facilitate 478 Designated Consumers to assess their

specific energy consumption which are notified under Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme

of National Mission of Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE.

Normalisation Equations

Normalization is a process of rationalization of the energy and production data of a plant of

Designated Consumers to take into account the impact of quantifiable external variables such as

natural disaster or rioting or social unrest, or major change in the Government policy including

environmental standards or impact of market such as shortage of raw material including its quality

or sales, or any other factor beyond the control of the Designated consumers on the value of energy

and production so as to ensure that the Designated Consumers is not placed in a position of

advantage or disadvantage when compared to baseline scenario

To account for the impact of external factors beyond the control of Designated consumers ,

normalization factors and their equations are developed and integrated with the Pro-forma.

These normalization equations help in assessment of normalized energy performance of a

Designated consumers.

These Pro-forma and normalization equations have been developed in consultations with

sectoral technical committees, industrial associations, Designated Consumers, research and

development organizations/institutions and other key stakeholders.

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Abstract

The Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme

is a market based mechanism under the National

Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency

(NMEEE) to make energy efficiency more cost

effective through certification of energy savings

that could be traded. PAT is designed particularly

for energy-intensive large industries and facilities

in 8 energy intensive industrial sectors, including

thermal power stations. PAT is a mechanism that

flows from the Energy Conservation Act, 2001

(amended in 2010).

two power exchanges. The scheme also allows

units which have earned ESCerts to bank them

for the next cycle of PAT. The number of ESCerts

would depend upon the quantum of energy

saved in the particular year.

Indian

industry

needs

to

undertake

modernisation of old plants and install energy

efficient technologies, which will help lower

the energy intensity. Technological revamp

and retrofit projects need to be undertaken in

a number of industries. Many industrial units

have already taken conscious and concerted

Eight energy intensive sectors thermal power measures to lower their specific energy

plants, iron and steel, cement, fertilisers, consumption in order to be competitive while

aluminium, textiles, pulp and paper and chlor- maintaining profitability given the rising fuel

alkali have been included during the first cycle and feedstock prices.

of PAT, i.e. from 2012-13 to 2014-15. There are

478 designated consumers (DC) in the 8 sectors Industries, including power plants, have

and they account for about 165 million Tonne great responsibility to perform and achieve

oil equivalent (mtoe) of energy consumption the targets through implementation of best

annually. This implies a saving of 3.4 mtoe from available technologies with better operation

7 of the 8 energy intensive industries (DCs) and and maintenance. At the same time capacity

utilisation,

product

mix,

power

mix,

3.2 mtoe from the thermal power sector alone.

intermediary products, plant load factor, fuel

The savings in the first 3 years of the scheme availability and its quality, scheduling or

are estimated at 6.686 million Tonne of oil backing down, new project activities, legal

equivalent of energy, without compromising factors,among other aspects, are also being

on the industrial output. This will significantly looked at for normalisation and a level playing

enhance global competitiveness of industry field. The exercise ensures uniformity in the

while simultaneously reducing Indias overall baseline as well as the assessment year, so that

a designated consumer is not accorded undue

greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

advantage or disadvantage in the assessment

Further, the scheme incentivises units to of its performance in the target year 2014-15 as

achieve energy efficiency higher than their compared to the baseline year.

specific energy consumption (SEC) targets. The

scheme rewards industries that achieve better Direct comparison of an SEC value in the

performance with Energy Saving Certificates assessment year with its corresponding

(ESCerts) and allows them to trade the SEC in the baseline year allows for a simple

certificates with other designated consumers measurement of improvement in energy

who have overshot their SEC target. Since failing performance. This direct, or un-normalised,

to achieve the target would attract penalty for method reflects the results from all activities

non-compliance, these units would like to buy that occurred during the assessment period

these certificates to comply with their reduction and includes the contributions from all relevant

targets. The ESCerts so issued will be tradable variables present.

2

to determine the performance change resulting

from specific selected activities and conditions

as distinct from the effect of certain variables

and thus calls for normalisation. In real terms

this will equate the variables of the baseline year

in the assessment year.

assistance from various sector specific technical

and sub-technical committees on formulation of

appropriate normalisation factors within these

8 sectors.

Supporting Pro-forma

Normalisation Process

formulate normalisation factors is a unique

example in the world. In no other country has

the normalisation methodology been adopted in

such a broad range, with micro level data input,

for comparing the baseline with the reporting

year to assess the tangible outcome of energy

saving from the measures adopted in the 3 years

of the cycle.

for

Form

and

up the issue of normalisation and constituted

a technical committee to formulate factors

that affect a plants energy performance in the

assessment year. To facilitate normalisation,

a data entry format needs to be developed to

capture the parameters used for calculating the

factors for different variables and change with

respect to the baseline year in assessment year.

The massive exercise was carried out for all

the 8 sectors under PAT with an inclusive and

rational approach besides developing 13 sector

and sub-sector specific data entry supporting

Pro-forma for Form I in 8 PAT sectors. The

relevant Pro-forma comprises all the energy

and production parameters required for the

valuation of different factors.

The approach was made very simple and

comprehensible utilising the mathematical

tools with statistical analysis for the actual

energy performance of the plant while keeping

the design and operating parameters in the

calculation of normalisation factors. A logical

methodology was followed to arrive at the

situation onthe ground level keeping various

plant operating conditions in consideration.

PAT requires a conducive operational and

implementation framework. This makes

necessarythe involvement of various industrial

bodiesto facilitate interactions between the

industry and the government, the participating

designated consumer units to provide an

insight into their processes and access to their

vital annual energy performance database. The

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

The Book

of the PAT scheme by incorporating all the

necessary measures in bringing the variables

on one platform. To make these outcomes more

visible and available to all, consolidation of

all the Pro-forma and normalisation equation

is required; this will support a smooth

monitoring and verification process. BEE has

been disseminating the information among DC

energy managers, certified energy auditors,

and empanelled accredited energy auditors in

a consultative and transparent manner from a

single platform.

By introducing the sector specific pro-forma and

Normalisation factors, the pace of the scheme

is all set to accelerate further for its timely

implementation.

The empanelled accredited energy audit

agencies will have a much bigger task to follow,

when the practical aspects of these factors

are looked into. Monitoring and verification,

due after March 2015, will require technical

expertise and exposure to field processes. A

pool of experts and accredited energy auditors

will be conducting actual data verification and

comparing data of the assessment year with that

of the baseline year.

3

A.

Form 1

be drawn from the sector-specific pro-forma

(1) Every designated consumer shall furnish in applicable to a designated consumer, and duly

electronic form as well as in hard copy to the filled in relevant sector specific pro-forma shall

be annexued to Form 1.

state designated agency, a report on the status

of energy consumption for the financial year

Sector specific pro-forma means the

ending on the 31st March of every calendar year supporting pro-forma for the sector specified in

on or before 30th June of the said calendar year, section F of Form I applicable to a designated

in Form 1

consumer.

Form-1

Details of information regarding total energy consumed and specific

energy consumption per unit of production

(See Rule 3)

A.

General Details

Description

i) Year of Establishment

ii) Registration No (As provided by BEE)

Consumer falls

4. (i)

(including Chief Executives name &

designation) with mobile, telephone, fax nos.

& e-mail.

(ii)

nos. & e-mail

(iii)

Registration No., address, mobile, telephone,

fax nos. & e-mail

Sector

Sub-Sector

B. Production details

5

Sr.

No.

Products

Unit

(1)

(i)

Product 1

Tonne

(ii)

Product 2

Tonne

(iii)

Product 3

Tonne

(iv)

additional products)

(v)

(20__- 20__)

(20__- 20__)

(2)

(3)

Tonne

Supporting Proforma for Form 1

(1)

6. (i)

Source

(ii)

Million kWh

(iii)

Million kWh

(iv)

Million kWh

(v)

Million kcal

(vi)

Million kcal

(vii)

Million kcal

(viii)

Million kcal

(ix)

Total Energy

Electrical)

(x)

(Thermal + Electrical)

7. (i)

Specific Energy

Normalization)

(ii)

8. (i)

Total Capacity

MW

(ii)

Unit Configuration

their capacity

(iii)

MU

(iv)

(v)

kcal/kWh

(vi)

kcal/kWh

(vii)

(viii)

kcal/kWh

(ix)

kcal/kWh

S.

No

a.

Consumption

(Thermal

+ TOE

Consumption

(Without TOE/Tonne

TOE/Tonne

Sub-Sector

Form 1 in which the details

to be furnished

Refinery/Smelter

Sa1

Cold Rolling

Sheet

Sa2

b.

Cement

Cement

Sb

c.

Chlor-Alkali

Chlor-Alkali

Sc

d.

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Sd

(3)

Consumption TOE

Aluminium

(2)

e.

Integrated Steel

Se1

Sponge Iron

Se2

f.

Sf

g.

Textile

Composite

Sg1

Fiber

Sg2

Spinning

Sg3

Processing

Sg4

h.

Thermal

Plant

Power

Sh

I/We undertake that information supplied in the the Form 1 and pro-forma is accurate to the best of my

knowledge and the data furnished in From 1 has been adhered to the data given in the concerned proforma.

Signature: Signature:

Name of Energy Manager:

Registration Number:

Authorised signatory and seal

Name :

Designation :

Name of the Designated Consumer :

Address :

Seal

Date

The supporting pro-froma is made with the purpose of capturing correct data for Production and Energy as

well as Normalization while maintaining the data format for ease of entry. The Profroma, so filled up is also

being used to calculate the Notional Energy for Normalization to be deducted or added in separate sheets

Once complete data are filled inthe Pro-forma, the SEC after Normalization of plant automatically comes

out in the summary sheet enabling the DC to see the status of GtG SEC of the plant

The following sector-specific Pro-forma, as specified in section F of the said Form 1, shall be used, namely:-

5

a

1

2

3

4

Sub Sector

Major Product

i) Year of Establishment

ii) Registration No (As provided by BEE)

Plant Contact Details & Address

City/Town/Village

District

State

Telephone

Plants Chief Executive Name

Designation

Telephone

Mobile

Registered Office

Companys Chief Executive Name

Designation

Address

City/Town/Village

District

State

Telephone

Energy Manager Details

Name

Designation

EA/EM Registration No.

Telephone

Mobile

Pin

Fax

P.O.

Fax

Pin

Fax

Subsector

E-mail Id

Fax

Whether EA or EM

E-mail Id

Sector - Aluminium Sector

iii

ii

Production Capacity

Annual Capacity Tonne

(Molten Aluminium)

Production Capacity - Annual Capacity Tonne

Cast House

Total Molten

Annual

Tonne

Aluminum Production

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

[A1(iii) / A1(i)]

X 100

[A1(iv) / A1(ii)]

X 100

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Unit

Smelter Process

Production and

capacity utilization

details

Refinery Process

Production Capacity

(Hydrate Alumina)

Production Capacity

(Calcined Alumina)

Total Hydrate

Alumina Production

Total Calcined

Alumina Production

Capacity Utilization

(Hydrate Alumina)

Capacity Utilization

(Calcined Alumina)

Basis / Formulae

A2

vi

iv

iii

ii

A1

i

Name of the Unit

Sub Sector

Major Product

S. No

Particulars

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3 /

Previous

Year

Baseline

Year [BY]

(Average

of Year 1

to Year 3)

Year 4 /

Current /

Assessment /

Target Year

Source

of data

Hydrate Alumina

Total Hydrated

Alumina sold to

Market (Export)

Total Hydrated

Alumina purchased

from Market for

Calcined Alumina

(Import)

Opening stock of

Hydrated alumina

Closing stock of

Hydrated alumina

Thermal SEC of

Hydrated Alumina

Electrical SEC of

Hydrated Alumina

Running Hrs

A3.1

vii

vi

iv

iii

ii

Digestion Process

Parameter

Type of Digestion

Technology

Process wise

production and

performance detail

Refinery Process

A3

vi

House

Capacity Utilization

(Molten Aluminum)

Capacity Utilization

(Cast House)

iv

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

[A2(iii) / A2(i)]

X 100

[A2(iv) / A2(ii)]

X 100

Annual

Single/

Double

Hrs

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

10

xv

xvi

xvii

xiv

x

xi

xii

xiii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iv

iii

ii

Specific Power

Consumption for

Digestion

Temperature of Low

Temperature Digestion

Units

Pressure of Low

Temperature Digestion

Units

Temperature of High

Temperature Digestion

Units

Pressure of High

Temperature Digestion

Units

LP Steam Temperature

LP steam Pressure

LP Steam Enthalpy

LP Steam

Consumption

MP Steam

Temperature

MP steam Pressure

MP Steam Enthalpy

MP Steam

Consumption

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Number of Digestion

Annual

Units

Production Capacity of Annual

Digestion Units

Specific Steam

Annual

Consumption for

Digestion

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

Tonne

C

o

C

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

Tonne

kg/cm2

kg/cm2

Tonne of

Steam/

Tonne of

Hydrate

Alumina

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

No.

11

Specific Power

Consumption for

Evaporation

Weighted average of

Enthalpy

Calcined Alumina

Opening stock of

Calcined alumina

cintegrated process

Closing stock of

Calcined alumina

cintegrated process

Type of Calciner

Technology

Calcination

Temperature

Specific Power

Consumption for

calciner

Specific Thermal

Consumption for

calciner

Running Hrs

xxiii

c

i

vii

vi

iv

iii

ii

xxiv

xxii

HP Steam Temperature

HP steam Pressure

HP Steam Enthalpy

HP Steam

Consumption

Specific Steam

Consumption for

Evaporation

xviii

xix

xx

xxi

C

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

Tonne

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Hrs

kcal/T

kWh/T

Technology

Tonne

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Annual

Tonne of

Steam/

Tonne of

Hydrate

Alumina

Annual

kWh/Tonne

of hydrate

Alumina

Annual weighted kcal/kg

with steam

consumption

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

12

Special Hydrate

(Course)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Special Hydrate

(Micro Fined)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Special Hydrate

(Milled)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

i

ii

iii

iv

i

ii

iii

iv

i

ii

xi

ix

Calcined Alumina

Exported (Integrated

Process)

Calcined Alumina

Imported (Integrated

Process)

Specific Thermal

Energy Consumption

of Calcined Alumina

(upto)

Specific Electrical

Energy Consumption

of Calcined Alumina

(upto)

viii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

13

Electrical SEC

Special Alumina

(Course)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Special Alumina

(Micro Fined)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Special Alumina

(Milled)

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Carbon Black

Production

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

iv

i

ii

iii

iv

i

ii

iii

iv

i

ii

iii

iv

i

ii

iii

Thermal SEC

iii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Mcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

14

Electrical SEC

Zeolite Production

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Other Production

Product name

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

i

ii

iii

iv

l

i

ii

iii

iv

m

i

ii

iii

iv

Major Product

(Calciner/Major

product) section start/

stop

Equivalent Major

Production during

Cold Start

Carbon Paste

Production

Installed Capacity

Actual Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

iv

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Name

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Mkcal/

Tonne

kWh/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

15

Calciner Operating

Electrical SEC (Up to

section product)

Calciner Hot to Cold

stop due to external

factor

Calciner Hot to Cold

stop due to external

factor

Calciner Hot to Cold

stop due to external

factor (Electrical

Energy Consumption)

Calciner Cold to Hot

start due to external

factors

Calciner Cold to Hot

start due to external

factors

Calciner Cold to

Hot start due to

external factors taking

production into

account (Electrical

Energy Consumption)

Calciner Cold to

Hot start due to

external factors taking

production into

account (Thermal

Energy Consumption)

iii

iv

v

xi

ix

viii

vii

vi

Calciner Operating

Thermal SEC (Up to

section product)

ii

Nos

Annual

Annual

Annual

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

Nos

Hrs

Annual

Annual

Lakh kWh

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

kcal/kg

equivalent

Major

product

kWh/t

equivalent

Major

product

Hrs

Hrs

Annual

16

Smelter Process

Molten Aluminum

Production

Thermal SEC up to

molten Aluminium

Electrical SEC up to

molten Aluminium

Total Calcined

Alumina Consumed

Running Hrs

Smelter Process

Operating Parameters

Line 1

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

A3.2

a

ii

iii

vi

iii

iv

b.1

i

ii

iv

start due to internal

factors

xii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Hrs

kcal/Tonne

Molten

Aluminium

kWh/Tonne

Molten

Aluminium

Tonne

Nos

17

Line 2

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

b.2

i

ii

iii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xv

xiv

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Design DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Annual

Actual DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

Technology

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

18

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xv

xiv

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Design DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iv

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

No.

19

xv

xiv

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

b.3

i

ii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Design DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

Line 3

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

20

xiv

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

Design DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Line 4

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

b.4

i

ii

iii

iv

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

21

Line 5

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

b.5

i

ii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Factor

xv

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

22

Line 6

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

b.6

i

ii

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

xv

xiv

Design DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

xiii

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

23

Line 7

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

b.7

i

ii

iii

iv

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xv

xiv

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

24

iii

b.8

i

ii

Line 8

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xv

xiv

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Design DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Annual

Actual DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

Technology

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

25

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xv

xiv

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iv

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

No.

26

xv

xiv

xiii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

b.9

i

ii

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

Line 9

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

27

Line 10

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

Design DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Power Consumption

of pots

b.10

i

ii

xiii

xiv

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

kWh/Tonne

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

kWh/Tonne

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

28

Line 11

Rated Capacity

Total Molten

Aluminium

Production

Smelting Technology

No of Operating

Pots (NOP) [based

on operating pots

weighted with the

time]

No of Pots/Potline

(NOPP)

Dead pot voltage

(DPV)

Design Pot Voltage

(DnPV)

Design Bus Bar

Voltage Drop (DnBV)

Design Current

Efficiency of Pots (CE)

DC Current Design

DC Current Actual

Anode Effect

b.11

i

ii

x

xi

xii

ix

viii

vii

vi

iii

iv

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Factor

xv

Kilo Amp

Kilo Amp

No./Pot/

Cell/day

Fraction

Volts

Volts

Volts

No.

Technology

No.

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

29

Carbon Anodes

Production

Installed Capacity

Actual Carbon Anode

Production

Capacity Utilization

Electrical SEC upto

Carbon Anode

Production

Opening Stock of

Carbon Anode

Closing Stock of

Carbon Anode

Imported Anode

vi

viii

vii

Carbon Anode

Production

(v)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

(ii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Carbon Consumption

Factor

xvi

xv

xiv

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Actual DC Specific

Annual

Power Consumption

of pots

Alumina Consumption Annual

Factor

xiii

Tonne

Tonne

%

kWh/Tonne

of Carbon

Anode

Production

kcal/Tonne

of Carbon

Anode

production

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne of

Alumina/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

Tonne of

Carbon/

Tonne of

Molten

Aluminum

kWh/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

30

Ingot

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC of Ingots

Electrical SEC of Ingots

Bars

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC of Bars

Electrical SEC of Bars

Primary Foundry

Alloys

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC of Alloys

Electrical SEC of

Alloys

d.1

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

d.2

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

d.3

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

d.4

d.5

(i)

Wire Rod

Capacity

Cast House

Production

Billets

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC of Billets

Electrical SEC of Billtes

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Exported Anode

ix

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

31

Strips

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC of Strips

Electrical SEC of Strips

Others , if Any

Product name

Capacity

Production

Thermal SEC

Electrical SEC

Scrap

Scrap Purchased

Scrap Generated

Scrap Used in Cast

House

Scrap %

Boiler Details

For Steam Generation

Boiler 1

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

d.6

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

d.7

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

d.8

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

e

e1

e1.1

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(iv)

Production

Thermal SEC of Wire

Rod

Electrical SEC of Wire

Rod

(ii)

(iii)

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Name

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

kWh/Tonne

Tonne

kcal/Tonne

Annual

Annual

TPH

Tonne

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

32

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

33

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

e1.2

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Boiler 2

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

34

Boiler 3

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

e1.3

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

(xxi)

%

(iii)/(iv)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

%

TPH

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

35

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

Boiler 4

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

(xxi)

e.1.4

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xx)

kcal/kg of

Steam

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

36

Boiler 5

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

e1.5

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xiv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

Annual Average

37

Total Steam

Generation (Process

Boiler)

Total Operating

Efficiency of Boiler

(Process Boiler)

Total Operating

Capacity of Boilers

(Process Boiler)

Weighted Specific

Energy Consumption

(Process Boiler)

Weighted Percentage

of Coal Energy Used

in steam Generation

(Process Boiler)

e1.6

e1.7

e1.9

e1.10

e1.8

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xv)

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

e.1.1(iii) +

e.1.2(iii) +

e.1.3(iii) +

e.1.4(iii) +

e.1.5.(iii)

Weighted

average of all 5

boilers

e.1.1(xix) +

e.1.2(xix) +

e.1.3(xix) +

e.1.4(xix) +

e.1.5.(xix)

Weighted

average of all 5

boilers

Weighted

average of all 5

boilers

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

kcal/kg of

Steam

TPH

Tonnes

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

kg/cm2

38

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

Boiler 6

Co-Gen

e2

e2.1

39

Boiler 7

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

e2.2

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

(xxi)

(iii)/(iv)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Co-Gen

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

%

TPH

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

40

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

Boiler 8

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

(xxi)

e2.3

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xx)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Co-Gen

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

kcal/kg of

Steam

41

Boiler 9

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

e2.4

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xii)

(xiii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

Co-Gen

Annual Average

%

kg/cm2

kcal/kg

C

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

42

Boiler 10

Type

Rated Capacity

Total Steam

Generation

Running Hrs

Coal Consumption

GCV of Coal

Type of Fuel - 2 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -2

Type of Fuel - 3 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -3

Type of Fuel - 4 Name :

Consumption

GCV of any Fuel -4

e2.5

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xii)

(x)

(xi)

(viii)

(ix)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual Average

Annual

Annual

Co-Gen

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/[(v)

x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

Annual Average

Annual Average

kcal/kg

kcal/kg

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

Hrs

Tonne

kcal/kg

Tonne

TPH

Tonne

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

43

Total Operating

Efficiency of Boiler

(Co-Gen Boiler)

Total Operating

Capacity of Boilers

(Co-Gen Boiler)

e3.2

e3.3

e.2.1(iii) +

Total Steam

Generation (Co-Gen e.2.2(iii) +

e.2.3(iii) +

Boiler)

e.2.4(iii) +

e.2.5.(iii)

e3.1

Weighted

average of all 5

boilers

e.2.1(xix) +

e.2.2(xix) +

e.2.3(xix) +

e.2.4(xix) +

e.2.5.(xix)

Weighted Average

Boiler 6-10

e3

TPH

Tonnes

%

TPH

kcal/kg of

Steam

kcal/kg

%

kg/cm2

(iii)/(iv)

[(v)x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]/

(iii)

[(v)x(vi)]/[(v)

%

x(vi)+(vii)

x(viii)+(ix)

x(x)+(xi)x(xii)]

For Steam

Generation Boiler

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual Average

Annual

Percentage of Coal

Energy Used in steam

Generation

Feed water

Temperature

Operating Efficiency

SH Steam outlet

Pressure (Operating)

SH Steam outlet

Temperature

(Operating)

SH Steam Enthalpy

(Operating)

Design Efficiency

Operating Capacity

Specific Energy

Consumption

(xxi)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xvii)

(xvi)

(xiv)

(xv)

(xiii)

44

(v)

(iv)

(iii)

(ii)

(i)

B.1

e4

e3.6

e3.5

e3.4

Weighted Specific

Weighted

kcal/kg of

Energy Consumption

average of all 5

Steam

(Co-Gen Boiler)

boilers

Weighted Percentage

Weighted

%

of Coal Energy Used in average of all 5

steam Generation (Co- boilers

Gen Boiler)

Weighted Boiler

Weighted

%

Efficiency for Boilers

average of all 10

1-10

boilers

Note: DCs to provide separate Excel sheet in the Boiler format as specified above If no of boiler exceeds for additional nos

of boilers for Co-Gen/Steam

Electricity

Consumption

Electricity through

Grid / Other

(Including colony and

others)

Purchased Electricity

Annual

Lakh kWh

from grid (SEB)

Renewable Electricity

Annual

Lakh kWh

(Through Wheeling)

Electricity from CPP

Annual

Lakh kWh

located outside from

plant boundary

(Through Wheeling)

Renewable Purchase

Annual

%

obligation of plant

(RPO) (Solar & NonSolar)

Renewable Purchase

Annual

Lakh kWh

obligation of plant

(RPO) (Solar & NonSolar)

45

(xvi)

(xv)

(xiv)

(xiii)

(xii)

(x)

(xi)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

Renewable Purchase

obligation of plant

(RPO) (Solar & NonSolar)

Renewable Energy

generator as approved

by MNRE

Quantum of

Renewable Energy

Certificates (REC)

obtained as a Renewal

Energy Generator

(Solar & Non-Solar)

Quantum of Energy

sold under preferential

tariff

Plant Connected Load

Contract Demand with

utility

Notified Baseline

Specific Energy

Consumption

Notified Target

Specific Energy

Consumption

Saving Target in TOE/

Tonne of product

as per PAT scheme

Notification

Equivalent Major

Product Output in

Tonnes as per PAT

scheme Notification

Total Electricity

Purchased from grid/

Other

B.1 (i) + B.1 (ii) +

B.1 (iii)

MWh

Annual

Lakh kWh

Tonnes

TOE/

Tonnes

TOE/

Tonnes

TOE/

Tonnes

kW

kVA

MWh

MW

MW

Annual

Annual

Annual

46

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

b.2.2

(viii)

(ix)

(vii)

(v)

(vi)

(iv)

B.2

b.2.1

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(xviii)

(xvii)

B.1(xvii)x860/10

If(B.1(xvi)>b.5,

B.1(xvi)-b.5

otherwise 0)

Through Steam

turbine/ generator

(Please Fill

Attachment)

Grid Connected

Install Capacity

Gross Unit generation

Annual

Annual

Yes/No

MW

Lakh kWh

Yes/No

MW

Lakh kWh

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

Annual

Gross Unit

Generation

Annual Fuel

(FO/LDO/HSD/ Kilo Litre

Consumption

HSHS/LSHS)

Average density of fuel Annual

kg/lit

Auxiliary Power

Annual

%

Consumption

Designed Gross Heat

Annual

kcal/kWh

Rate of DG Set

Operating Heat Rate

Annual

kcal/kWh

Running Hrs

Annual

Hrs

Own Generation

Through DG sets

Grid Connected

Install Capacity

Annual generation

Total Electricity

Purchased from

grid/ Other with out

colony/construction

power etc.

Equivalent Thermal

Energy of Purchased

Electricity from Grid /

Other without colony/

construction power etc.

47

Grid Connected

Install Capacity

Gross Unit generation

Plant Load Factor

(PLF)

Auxiliary Power

Consumption

Gross Design Heat

Rate

Running Hrs

Recovery

WHR Capacity

Annual Generation

WHR Running Hrs

Through CoGeneration

(Extraction/Back

Pressure)

Grid Connected

Install Capacity

Annual Gross Unit

generation

b.2.3

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

b.2.4

b.2.5

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(vi)

(vi)

(v)

(vi)

(v)

Auxiliary Power

Consumption

Gross Design Heat

Rate

Operating Gross Heat

Rate

(iv)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Yes/No

MW

Lakh kWh

MW

Lakh kWh

Hrs

Hrs

kcal/ kWh

Yes/No

MW

Lakh kWh

%

kcal/ kWh

kcal/ kWh

48

Cum Condensing)

Grid Connected

(i)

(xxii)

(xxi)

b.2.6

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

[b2.5 (xiii) x b2.5

(xiv) +b2.5 (xviii)

x b2.5 (xix)]/1000

Thermal energy used

[b2.5 (vii) x b2.5

in Power

(x)]/1000 -b2.5

(xx)

% of thermal energy in b2.5(xx) x1000/

Process

[b2.5 (vii) x b2.5

(x)]

Auxiliary Power

Consumption

Design Heat Rate

Running Hrs

Input Steam

Input Steam Enthalpy

Input Steam Pressure

Input Steam

Temperature

Input Steam Flow

Steam Extraction 1

Steam Pressure

Steam Temperature

Steam Enthalpy

Mass Flow

Steam Extraction 2

Steam Pressure

Steam Temperature

Steam Enthalpy

Mass Flow

Thermal energy used

in process

(xv)

(xvii)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xi)

(xii)

(xiii)

(xiv)

(x)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(v)

(vi)

(iv)

Yes/No

Factor

Million kcal

kg/cm2

C

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Million kcal

kg/cm2

C

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Tonnes

kcal/kg

kg/cm2

C

kcal/ kWh

Hrs

49

(xxii)

(xxi)

(xv)

(xvii)

(xviii)

(xix)

(xx)

(xi)

(xii)

(xiii)

(xiv)

(x)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(v)

(vi)

(iv)

(ii)

(iii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

[b2.6(xiii)

x b2.6(xiv)

+b2.6(xviii) x b2.6

(xix)]/1000

Thermal energy used

[b2.6 (vii) x b2.6

in Power

(x)]/1000 -b2.6

(xx)

% of thermal energy in b2.6(xx) x1000/

Process

[b2.6 (vii) x b2.6

(x)]

Install Capacity

Annual Gross Unit

generation

Auxiliary Power

Consumption

Design Heat Rate

Running Hrs

Input Steam

Input Steam Enthalpy

Input Steam Pressure

Input Steam

Temperature

Input Steam Flow

Steam Extraction 1

Steam Pressure

Steam Temperature

Steam Enthalpy

Mass Flow

Steam Extraction 2

Steam Pressure

Steam Temperature

Steam Enthalpy

Mass Flow

Thermal energy used

in process

Factor

Million kcal

kg/cm2

C

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Million kcal

kg/cm2

C

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Tonnes

kcal/kg

kg/cm2

C

kcal/ kWh

Hrs

MW

Lakh kWh

50

(iii)

(ii)

C.1

(i)

b.8

b.7

b.6

Solid Fuel

Consumption

Coal (Indian)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Average Gross calorific

value (As Fired Basis)

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Electricity Supplied

to Grid/others

Electricity Supplied

to Colony/others

Electricity Supplied

to Grid/Colony/

others

Equivalent Thermal

Energy supplied to

grid/others

Total Electricity

Consumed in Process

& Auxiliaries

b.4

b.5

Total Own

Generation of

Electricity

Lakh kWh

B.1(xvi) then

(B.5-B.1(xvi))]

B.6*2717/10

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

then (B.3-B.4)(B.5-B.1.(xvi)

otherwise

B.1.(xvii)-b.3-b.4

Million

kcal

Lakh kWh

Annual

iii)+B.2.3.(iii)+B.

2.4.(ii)+B.2.5(iii)

+B.2.6(iii)

Annual

Lakh kWh

Total % of thermal

[b2.5 (xx) +b.2.6

Factor

energy in Process from (xx)] / [{b.2.6

Co-Gen

(xxi) + b.2.5 (xxi)}

+ {b2.5 (xx) +

b.2.6 (xx)}]

b.3

(xxiii)

51

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

(iii)

(ii)

C.2

(i)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

Pet coke/Carbon

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Average Gross calorific

value (As fired basis)

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation in

CPP

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

(vii)x(ii)/1000

(vi)x(ii)/1000

(v)x(ii)/1000

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

52

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

(iii)

(ii)

C.3

(i)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

Coal(Imported)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Average Gross calorific

value (As fired Basis)

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

(ii)x(v)/1000

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

(ii)x(vii)/1000

(ii)x(vi)/1000

Million kcal

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

(ii)x(v)/1000

Tonne

Annual

53

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

(iii)

(ii)

C.4

(i)

(xi)

(x)

Coal (lignite)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Average Gross calorific

value (As fired Basis)

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

(ii)x(vii)/1000

(ii)x(vi)/1000

(ii)x (v)/1000

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

(ii)x(vii)/1000

(ii)x(vi)/1000

54

(i)

C.6

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

(iii)

(ii)

C.5

(i)

(vii)x(ii)/1000

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

(ii)x(v)/1000

(ii)x(vi)/1000

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Thermal Energy Input through Biomass not to be taken into account

purchased Renewable

solid fuels (pl.

specify) bagasse, rice

husk, etc.

Landed Cost of fuel

Basic Cost +

Rs/Tonne

(Last purchase)

Taxes + Freight

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Average Gross calorific

value (As fired basis)

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

55

(iv)

(iii)

(ii)

C.7

(i)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iv)

(v)

(iii)

(ii)

Million kcal

(ii)x(vi)/1000

Million kcal

Million kcal

(ii)x(v)/1000

(vii)x(ii)/1000

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

kcal/ kg

Solid Waste (pl. specify and refer CPCB guidelines) rubber tyres chips, Municipal Solid waste etc.

Landed Cost of fuel

Basic Cost +

Rs/Tonne

(Last purchase)

Taxes + Freight

Average Gross calorific Annual

kcal/ kg

value as fired

Average Total

Annual

%

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Annual

Tonne

value as fired

Average Total

Moisture in coal (As

received Basis)

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

56

C.10

C.9

C.8

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

Used in Process

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process heating

Total Quantity

Consumed

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

Million

kcal

C.1(ix) + C.2(ix) + Million

C.3(ix) + C.4(ix) + kcal

C.5(ix) + C.6(ix) +

C.7(ix)

if, b.2.5 (i) or

Million

b.2.6 (i) is yes

kcal

then C.1(x) +

C.2(x) + C.3(x) +

C.4(x) + C.5(x) +

[C.6(x) x (1-b.2.6

(xxiii)] + [C.7(x)

x (1-b.2.6 (xxiii)]

otherwsie C.1(x)

+ C.2(x) + C.3(x)

+ C.4(x) + C.5(x)

C.1(xi) + C.2(xi) Million

+ C.3(xi) + C.4(xi) kcal

+ C.5(xi)

(vii)x(ii)/1000

(ii)x(vi)/1000

(ii)x(v)/1000

(v)+(vi)+(vii)

Annual

Annual

Annual

57

(xiii)

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

D.1

(i)

Liquid Fuel

Consumption

Furnace Oil

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

Average Density

Quantity used for

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total F. Oil

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

[((viii))x(ii)]

x(iv)/1000

[((vii))x(ii)]

x(iv)/1000

[((vi))x(ii)]

x(iv)/1000

+ (viii)) x (iv)

[((v))x(ii)]

x(iv)/1000

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

kilolitre

kilolitre

Annual

Annual

kilolitre

kcal/ kg

kilolitre

kg/Litre

kilolitre

Rs/Tonne

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Annual

58

(i)

D.3

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

D.2

Stock (HSHS)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Stock (LSHS)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process heating

Total LSHS

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Tonne

Tonne

Rs/Tonne

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

[((vii))x(ii)]/1000

[((vi))x(ii)]/1000

[((v))x(ii)]/1000

[((iv))x(ii)]/1000

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

(iv)+(v)+(vi)+(vii) Tonne

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Annual

Annual

59

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

D.4

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(HSD)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

Average Density

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process heating

Total HSHS

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(co-gen )

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Tonne

Tonne

Tonne

kcal/ kg

Tonne

Tonne

Million kcal

[((vi))x(ii)]/1000

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

kcal/ kg

kilolitre

kg/Litre

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

[((v))x(ii)]/1000

[((vii))x(ii)]/1000

Million kcal

[((iv))x(ii)]/1000

(iv)+(v)+(vi)+(vii) Tonne

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

60

(ii)

(i)

D.5

(xiv)

(xiii)

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

(LDO)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(Co-Gen)

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

material handling /

Transportation (Raw

material handling,

Loco, etc.)

Quantity used for

process heating

Total HSD

Consumption as fuel

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

[[((viii)+(ix))x(iv)

x(ii)/1000

[((vii))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

[((vi))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

+ (viii) + (ix)] x

(iv)

[((v))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

kcal/ kg

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

61

(xiv)

(xiii)

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(Co-Gen)

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Quantity purchased

Average Density

Quantity used for

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

material handling /

Transportation (Raw

material handling,

Loco, etc.)

Quantity used for

process heating

Total LDO

Consumption as fuel

[((viii)+(ix))x(iv)

x(ii)/1000

[((vii))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

[((vi))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

+ (viii) + (ix)] x

(iv)

[((v))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

kilolitre

kg/Litre

kilolitre

62

(xiii)

(xii)

(xi)

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(i)

D.6

specify and refer

CPCB guidelines,

enclosed)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

Average Density

Quantity used for

power generation (DG

Set)

Quantity used for

power generation

(CPP)

Quantity used for

power generation (CoGen)

Quantity used for

process

Total Liquid waste

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(DG Set)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(CPP)

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

(Co-Gen)

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

[((ix))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

[((vii))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

[((vi))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

+ (viii)] x (iv)

[((v))x(iv)]

x(ii)/1000

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Tonne

kilolitre

kilolitre

Annual

Annual

kilolitre

kcal/ kg

kilolitre

kg/Litre

kilolitre

Rs/Tonne

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Thermal Energy Input through Liquid waste, mentioned in CPCB guidelines, not to be taken

into account

63

Used in Power

Generation (Co-Gen)

Used in Process

Gaseous Fuel

Compressed Natural

Gas (CNG/NG/PNG/

LNG)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

D.9

D.10

E

E.1

(vi)

(v)

(iv)

(ii)

(iii)

power generation

Quantity used for

transportation, if any

Quantity used for

process heating

Used in Power

Generation (CPP)

D.8

(i)

Used in Power

Generation (DG Set)

D.7

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

D.1.(x) + D.2.(ix)

+ D.3.(ix) +

D.4.(xi) + D.5.(xi)

+ D.6.(x)

D.1.(xi) +

D.2.(x) + D.3.(x)

+ D.4.(xii) +

D.5.(xii) +

D.6.(xi)

D.1.(xii) +

D.2.(xi) + D.3.(xi)

+ D.4.(xiii) +

D.5.(xiii) +

[D.6.(xii) x

(1-b.2.6 (xxiii)]

D.1.(xiii) +

D.2.(xii) +

D.3.(xii) +

D.4.(xiv) +

D.5.(xiv)

kcal/SCM

Million

SCM

Million

SCM

Million

SCM

Million

SCM

Rs/SCM

Million

kcal

Million

kcal

Million

kcal

Million

kcal

64

F.5

F.5.1

F.5.1.1

(i)

E.4

E.3

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(i)

E.2

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

Steam Import/Export

Steam Import

LP Steam Import

Landed Cost of steam

(Last purchase)

Total Gaseous

Energy Used in

Power Generation

Total Gaseous

Energy Used in

Process

Liquefied Petroleum

Gas (LPG)

Landed Cost of fuel

(Last purchase)

Gross calorific value

Quantity purchased

Quantity used for

power generation

Quantity used for

process heating

Total LPG

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Total CNG

Consumption as fuel

Thermal Energy Used

in Power Generation

Thermal Energy Used

in Process

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Rs/Tonne

Million

kcal

Million

kcal

E.1.(viii) +

E.2.(vii)

E.1.(ixi) +

E.2.(viii)

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kg

Million kg

kcal/ kg

Million kg

Million kg

Rs/kg

Million kcal

Million

SCM

Million kcal

(v)x(ii)

(iv)x(ii)

(iv) + (v)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

((v)+(vi))x(i)

(iv)x(i)

(iv)+(v) + (vi)

65

F.5.2.2

(i)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

F.5.2.1

(i)

F.5.1.3

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

F.5.1.2

(i)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

HP Steam Export

Landed Cost of steam

(Last purchase)

LP Steam Energy

LP Steam Quantity

purchased

Average Temperature

Average Pressure

Thermal Energy

Imported for LP Steam

HP Steam Import

Landed Cost of steam

(Last purchase)

HP Steam Energy

HP Steam Quantity

purchased

Average Temperature

Average Pressure

Thermal Energy

Imported for HP Steam

Thermal Energy

Imported for LP & HP

Steam

LP Steam Export

Landed Cost of steam

(Last purchase)

LP Steam Enthalpy

LP Steam Quantity

purchased

Average Temperature

Average Pressure

Thermal Energy

Exported for LP Steam

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Annual

(ii)x(iii)/1000

Rs/Tonne

C

bar

Million kcal

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Rs/Tonne

Million kcal

K.8.1.1.(vi) +

K.8.1.2.(vi)

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Annual

C

bar

Million kcal

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Rs/Tonne

C

bar

Million kcal

kcal/kg

Tonnes

Annual

Annual

(ii)x(iii)/1000

Basic Cost +

Taxes + Freight

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

(ii)x(iii)/1000

Annual

Annual

66

Gross Heat Rate of DG

Set

Gross Heat Rate of

CPP (Steam Turbine)

Gross Heat Rate of

CPP (Gas Turbine)

H

H1

H3

H2

G3

G2

Total Thermal Energy

Used in Power

Generation

Total Thermal Energy

Used in Process

Total Thermal Energy

Input through all Fuels

HP Steam Enthalpy

HP Steam Quantity

purchased

Average Temperature

Average Pressure

Thermal Energy

Exported for HP Steam

Thermal Energy

Exported for LP and

HP Steam

Weighted Average

Boiler Efficiency

(Boiler 1-10)

Total Thermal Energy

Exported for Steam

Total Thermal Energy

for Steam (ImportExport)

G

G1

F.5.3

F.5.2.5

F.5.2.4

F.5.2.3

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(ii)

(iii)

D.6 (x) x

10/B.2.1.(ii)

Heat rate with

Fuel

E.3/B.2.3.(iii)

D.8 + D.9 + E.3

(F.5.2.3/F.5.2.4)

x100

F.%.1.3-F.5.2.5

F.5.2.2.(vi) +

F.5.2.1.(vi)

Annual

Annual

(ii)x(iii)/1000

Annual

Annual

kcal/kWh

kcal/kWh

kcal/kWh

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

C

bar

Million kcal

kcal/kg

Tonnes

67

vii

viii

ix

x

vi

iv

ii

iii

J

i

i

ii

iii

iv

Bauxite Quality

Total Bauxite

Consumed

Type of Bauxite

Total Al2O3 /SiO2

Ratio

Bauxite Total Available

Alumina (TAA)

Bauxite Monohydrate

Alumina (MHA)

Bauxite Trihydrate

Alumina (THA)

Bauxite Silica

Bauxite Moisture

Overall Recovery

Wash Water

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Gross Calorific Value

Ash

Hydrogen

Moisture

H6

H5

Gen (Extraction cum

enthalpy

condensing)

Gross Heat Rate of

Heat Rate with

Co-Gen(Extraction/

enthalpy

Backpressure)

Weighted Heat Rate

Weighted

Heat Rate with

Generatiuon

H4

%

%

%

t/t

Type

Ratio

Tonne

kcal/kg

%

%

%

kcal/kWh

kcal/kWh

kcal/kWh

68

Biomass/ Alternate

Fuel availability (as

per Sr. No C.5/C.6/D.6)

Biomass replacement

Annual

with Fossil fuel

due to Biomass unavailability (used in

the process)

Alternate Solid Fuel

Annual

replacement with

Fossil fuel due to

Alternate Solid Fuel

un-availability (used in

the process)

K.2

(ii)

(i)

(ii)

(i)

Miscellaneous Data $

Additional Equipment

installation after

baseline year due

to Environmental

Concern

Additional Electrical

Annual

Energy Consumed

Additional Thermal

Annual

Energy Consumed

K

K.1

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Steam Economy

Fe in Bauxite

Fe in Mud

Actual Steam Enthalpy

Boiler Efficiency

xi

xii

xiii

xiv

xv

Tonne

Tonne

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

t/t

%

%

kcal/kg

%

69

(iii)

(ii)

(i)

K.4

(ii)

(i)

K.3

(iii)

replacement with

Fossil fuel due to

Alternate Liquid Fuel

un-availability (used in

the process)

Project Activities

(Construction Phase)

Electrical Energy

Consumed due to

commissioning of

Equipment

Thermal Energy

Consumed due to

commissioning of

Equipment

New Line/Unit

Commissioning

Electrical Energy

Consumed due to

commissioning of New

process Line/Unit

till it attains 70% of

Capacity Utilization

Thermal Energy

Consumed due to

commissioning of New

Process Line/Unit

till it attains 70% of

Capacity Utilization

Calcined Alumina

Production till new

line attains 70% of

Capacity utilization

(Refinery)

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Tonne

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

Tonne

70

(x)

(ix)

(viii)

(vii)

(vi)

(v)

(iv)

Molten Aluminum

Production till new

line attains 70% of

Capacity utilization

(Smelter & Integrated)

Date of

Commissioning (70%

Capacity Utilization)

Electrical Energy

Consumed from

external source due

to commissioning of

New Line/Unit till it

attains 70% of Capacity

Utilization in Power

generation

Thermal Energy

Consumed due to

commissioning of

New Line/Unit till it

attains 70% of Capacity

Utilization in Power

generation

Net Electricity

Generation till new

line/unit attains 70%

Capacity Utilization

Steam Generation

From Co-Gen till new

line/Unit attains 70%

of Capacity Utilization

Date of

Commissioning (70%

Capacity Utilization)

Date

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Date

Annual

Tonne

Lakh kWh

Million kcal

Lakh kWh

Tonne

71

Unforeseen

Circumstances

(i)

Electrical Energy to be Annual

Lakh kWh

Normalized

(ii)

Thermal Energy to be

Annual

Million

Normalized

kWh

$ Authentic documents in support of claim in Thermal and Electrical Energy is required

L

Documentation for

Normalization

(i)

Bauxite QualityYes/No

Document Available

for Normalization

(ii)

Smelter Capacity

Yes/No

Utilization-Document

Available for

Normalization

(iii)

Fuel Quality in CPP

Yes/No

& Co-Gen -Document

Available for

Normalization

(iv)

CPP PLF- Document

Yes/No

Available for

Normalization

Yes/No

(v)

Power Mix-Document

Available for

Normalization

(vi)

Product MixYes/No

Document Available

for Normalization

(vii)

Carbon Anode

Yes/No

Production- Document

Available for

Normalization

(viii)

Other Factors Yes/No

Document Available

for Normalization

K.5

72

Attached

Annual

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million kcal

Million

kcal

Million

kcal

Lakh kWh

Million Rs

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Annual

Million Rs

Annual

Electrical energy

Annual

Saving during the year

Investment

Investment made for

achieving target

Thermal Energy

Saving during the year

Solid Fuel

Coal

Lignite

Petro Coke

Biomass/Waste

Liquid Fuel (FO/HSD/

LDO/LSHS/HSHS)

Gaseous Fuel

(iii)

a

a.1

a.2

a.3

a.4

b

(ii)

(i)

73

Units

MW

Design

Capacity

Boiler

Efficiency

Unit

Heat

Rate *

kcal/

kWh

y=ax2bx+c

R2

kcal/kWh

Heat Rate of Data

or HBD

Curve

(at 100%

Load)

OEM Curve OR Cons - Cons - Cons - Turbine

HBD data curve tant 1 tant 2 tant 3 Heat Rate

Curve Equation

/ (R2)

*** Station Design Heat Rate = [(DGHR 1 x Capacity 1 + DGHR 2 x Capacity2 + -----------) / (Total Capacity of Station)]

** To be indicated only if OEM certified design or PG Test report is available and the same can be produced as documentary

proof, whenever required. If gas/liquid fuel is used, the Design/PG value for gas/liquid fuel may be given separately.

* Unit Heat Rate (kcal/kWh) = [Turbine Heat Rate (kcal/kWh) / Boiler Efficiency (%)]

Turbine

Heat

Rate

kcal/

kWh

As Provided by Original

Equipment Manufacturer

(OEM)

i

Unit-1

ii

Unit-2

iii. Unit-3

iv. Unit-4

v.

Unit-5

vi. Unit-6

vii. Unit-7

viii. Unit-8

ix. Unit-9

x. Unit-10

1.b Station Design Data Details ***

1.a

1.

74

Unit-1

Unit-2

Unit-3

Unit-4

Unit-5

Unit-6

Unit-7

Unit-8

Unit-9

Unit-10

Station Operating Data Details ##

Station Auxiliary Power Consumption %

# Unit Heat Rate (kcal/kWh) = [Turbine Heat Rate (kcal/kWh) / Boiler Efficiency (%)]

## Station Operating Gross Heat Rate = [(OGHR 1 x Generation 1 + OGHR 2 x Generation 2 + -----------) /

(Total Generation of Station)]

Unit Gross

Heat Rate #

kcal/kWh

i

ii

iii.

iv.

v

vi

vii

viii

ix

x

2.b

2.c

Assessment/Current/Target Year

Unit Gross Operating Load ULF Gross

Operating Load ULF Gross

Generation

Heat Rate #

Generation

MW

%

Lakh Units

kcal/kWh

MW

%

Lakh Units

Units

2.a

Source

of Data

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