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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
व ुत मंऽालय
MINISTRY OF POWER
के ि य व ुत ूािधकरण
CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY (आई एस ओ : 9001-
2008)
सेवा भवन, रामाकृ ंणापुरम
SEWA BHAWAN, R.K. PURAM
नई द ली – 110 066

NEW DELHI – 110066


No.CEA/PLG/LF/2/18EPS/2010/ Dated: 11.08.2010
To
(As per list enclosed)

Subject: Brain Storming Session & first meeting of the 18th Electric Power Survey to be
held on 27.08.2010.

Sir,

CEA Vide No. CEA/PLG/DMLF/18TH EPS/2010/128-184 dated 19.02.2010 constituted the


18th Electric Power Survey Committee (EPSC) to forecast year-wise electricity demand of
all States/UTs upto 2016-17 and perspective electricity demand for the terminal years of
13th Plan (2021-22) and 14th Plan (2026-27).

In this context, it is to inform that a brainstorming session to deliberate on various


aspects of taking up 18th Electric Power Survey and first meeting of the 18th EPS
committee is proposed to be held as per details given below:

Date: 27.08.2010 (Friday)


Time: 11.00 A.M.
Venue: Conference Hall,
Central Board of Irrigation & Power,
Malcha Marg. Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi – 110 021

You are requested to kindly make it convenient to participate in brainstorming


session and the EPSC meeting.

The agenda for the meeting is enclosed herewith.

Yours faithfully,

Encl: As above Sd/-


(Major Singh)
Chief Engineer (DMLF) &
Member Secretary (18th EPSC)
Telefax No. 011-26105546
Mb.No.9868818190
e-mail: cedmlfcea@indiatimes.com
LIST OF SPECIAL INVITEES FOR BRAIN STORMING SESSION &
FIRST MEETING OF 18TH EPSC TO BE HELD ON 27.08.2010

1 Shri G.B. Pradhan


Addl. Secretary,
Ministry of Power, Shram Shakti Bhawan
Rafi Marg, New Delhi.
No. 011-26962204, 26961750, 26961850

2 Shri R.V. Shahi,


Chairman,
Energy Infratech Pvt. Ltd.,
15-Bhikaji Cama Place, NBCC Tower,
1st Floor, New Delhi-66.
No.011-46598888

3 Shri G.M. Pillai


Director General,
World Institute of Sustainable Energy,
Plot No.44, 49 Hindustan Estate,
Road No.2, Kalyani Nagar, Pune-6.
No. 020-26613832,26613855

4 Smt. Leena Srivastava


Sr. Vice President, TERI
Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003.
No. 24682100, 41504900

5 Shri T.L. Shankar


Adviser and Project Leader for the Power Sector,
Administrative Staff College of India
Bellavista, Hyderabad-500082.
66534223, 66534082

6 Shri Surya P. Sethi,


Former Principal Adviser,
Planning Commission,
D-1/103, Satya Marg,
Chanakya Puri, New Delhi.
No. 9818210410

7 Shri Kirit Parikh,


Former Member,
Planning Commission,
C-50, Chota Singh Block, Khelgaon,
Asian Games Village, New Delhi-49.
No.9717855955

8 Dr. Basu Kaushik,


Chief Economic Adviser,
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Economic Affairs,
North Block, New Delhi-110001.
No.23094818
Fax: 23093610

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Composition of 18th Electric Power Survey Committee (EPSC)

1 Shri Gurdial Singh, Chairman


Chairperson &
Ex Officio Secy. to Govt. of India
Central Electricity Authority
New Delhi

2 Shri S.M. Dhiman, Member


Member (Planning) &
Ex Officio Addl. Secy. to Govt. of India
Central Electricity Authority
New Delhi

3 Shri A.K. Mishra Member


Sr. Adviser (Power)
Planning Commission
Yojana Bhawan
Parliament Street, New Delhi
Tel.No.23096579 (O)
Fax No. 23096579

4 Dr. Ajay Mathur Member


Director General,
Bureau of Energy Efficiency
R.K. Puram, New Delhi.
Tel.No.26178316 (O)
Fax No.26178328

5 Shri B.D. Virdi Member


Adviser (Perspective Planning)
Planning Commission)
Yojana Bhawan
Parliament Street
New Delhi
Tel.No.23096763 (O)
Fax No. 23096763

6 Shri Kul Bhushan Member


Adviser Electrical (RE)
Railway Board
Rail Bhawan
New Delhi.
Tel.No.23383343(O)
Fax No. 23303796

7 Shri Gopal Krishna, Member


Joint Secretary,
Department of Industrial Policy & promotion
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Udhyog Bhawan

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New Delhi
Tel.No.23062983(O)

8 Shri P.R. Mandal Member


Adviser, Projects
Ministry of Coal
Shastri Bhawan
New Delhi
Tel.No.23386347 (O)
Fax No. 23387738

9 Shri Sudhir Kumar Member


Joint Secretary (PP)
Ministry of Power
Shram Shakti Bhawan
Rafi Marg
New Delhi

10 Shri Narender Kumar Member


Commissioner (B&B)
Ministry of Water Resources
Shram Shakti Bhawan
Rafi Marg
New Delhi
Tel. No.23710107,
Fax No. 23350051

11 Shri S.K. Chaturvedi, Member


Chairman cum Managing Director
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited.
Corporate Centre, “Saudamini”, Plot No.2,
Sector 29, Gurgaon 122 001 (Haryana)
Tel.. No.0124-2571700
Fax No. 0124-2571760

12 Shri R.S. Sharma, Member


Chairman cum Managing Director
NTPC Ltd.
NTPC Bhawan, Core-7, Scope Complex
7 Institutional Area, Lodi Road,
New Delhi 110 003,
Tel.. No.24360110
Fax No. 011-24361018

13 Chairman, Member
Damodar Valley Corporation
DVC Towers,
VIP Road,
Kolkata – 700054.
No.033-23557935, 23556965
Fax No. 033-23552129, 23551252

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14 Chairman & Managing Director Member
Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd.,
Core -4, Scope Complex,
7, Lodhi Road
New Delhi – 110 003.

15 Sh. Subhash Chandra Negi, IAS, Member


Chairman,
Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board
Vidyut Bhawan
Shimla 171 004
No.0177-2813563,
0177-2803600

16 Sh.H.S Brar, Member


Chairman,
Punjab State Electricity Board
The Mall,
Patiala 147 001
No. 0175-2212005,
2214927
Fax No. 2231712
Email: psebchairman@yahoo.co.in

17 Shri Thiru C. P Singh, IAS Member


Chairman,
Tamil Nadu Electricity Board
NPKRR Maligai
No 800 Anna Salai
Chennai 600 002
No. 044-28516362 &
28520131
Int.com 2221
Email: md@tnebnet.org.

18. Shri Rajeev Sadanandan, IAS, Member


Chairman,
Kerala State Electricity Board,
Vydhuthi Bhavanam, Pattom,
Thiruvananthapuram 695 004
No. 0471-2442125
09446008002
Fax No.24413028
Email: cmkseb@ksebnet.com

19 Shri R. K. Sharma, Member


Chairman,

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Bihar State Electricity Board
Vidyut Bhawan, Bailey Road
Patna 800 021
No. (0612) 2504036, 2504534,2225036
Fax No. (0612) 2504557, 2530111, 2504968,2504937

20 Shri A. K. Chugh, IAS, Member


Chairman,
Jharkhand State Electricity Board
Engineering Building, HEC, Dhurwa, Ranchi 834 004
(0651) 2400807, 2400809
Fax No. (0651) 2400799
Email: Chairman_jseb@yahoo.co.in

21 Shri A.K. Sachan, Member


Chairman,
Assam State Electricity Board,
Bijuli Bhawan, Paltan Bazar,
Guwahati 781 001

22 Shri W.M.S. Pariat, Member


Chairman,
Meghalaya State Electricity Board,
Lumgingshai, Short Round Road
Shillong 793 001
No. (0364) 2590367
09436104858
Fax No.0364-2590355

23 Chairman-cum-MD, Member
Delhi Transco Ltd.
Shakti Sadan, Kotla Road, ITO
New Delhi 110 002

24 Mrs. Jyoti Arora, IAS Member


Managing Director
Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd.
Shakti Bhawan, Sector-6,
Panchkula 134 109
No.0172-2560815

25 Sh. Navneet Sehgal, IAS, Member


Chairman & Managing Director
Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Ltd.
Shakti Bhawan, 14 Ashok Marg,
Lucknow 226 001
No.0522-2287827,
2237028
Fax No.0522-2287785
Email: c_mdutpcl@sify.com

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26 Shri Shreemat Pandey Member
Chairman &Managing Director
Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd.
Vidyut Bhavan, Jyoti Nagar,
Janpath, JAIPUR 302 005
No. 0141-2740118,
Fax No.0141-2740168, 2740794

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27 Shri J.M. Lal, Member
Managing Director
Power Transmission Corporation of
Uttrakhand Ltd.(PTCUL)
7-B, Lane No.1
Vasant Vihar Enclave
Dehradun 248 0001
No. 0135-2768895
Fax No.2768867
Email: mdupcl@yahoo.com

28 Shri D.J. Pandian, IAS Member


Chairman
Gujarat Electricity Transmission Corpn. Ltd.
Sardar Patel Vidyut Bhavan, Race Course,
Vadodara, 390 007

29 Shri R.K. Verma, Member


Chairman &Managing Director
Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Co.Ltd.
Shakti Bhawan, Ramput, Jabalpur,
M.P. 482 008
No. 0761-2661234
Fax: 0761-2664141
Email:cmd-mpptcl@hotmail.com

30 Shri P. Joy Oommen, Member


Chairman &Managing Director
Chhattisgarh State Power Transmission Corp.Ltd..
P.O.Sunder Nagar, Danganiya,
Raipur 492 013
No. 0771-4066900,
2574000
Fax No.4028882
Email: chairman@cseb.gov.in

31 Shri Arvind Singh, Member


Managing Director
Mharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co.Ltd.
C-19, E Block, Prakashganga,
Bandra Kulra Complex
Bandra (E), Mumbai 400 051
Tel: 022- 26474644
Fax: 022- 22619499

32 Mr.Ajay Jain, Chairman & M.D Member


Managing Director
APTRANSCO.
Vidyut Soudha,
Hyderabad 500 082.
No. 040-23317657

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Fax No.23320565
Email: cmdaptransco@rediffmail.com
33 Smt. G. Lathakrishna Rao, IAS Member
Managing Director
Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd.,
Kaveri Bhawan P.B No.9990
Bangalore 560 009.

34 Shri M.K. De, IAS Member


Managing Director
West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd.,
Vidyut Bhavan, 7th Floor, DJ-Block,
Sector – II, Salt Lake, Kolkata 700 091
No.(033), 23591915,23371150
Fax No (033) 23373002

35 Shri C.J. Venugopal, IAS Member


Chairman &Managing Director
Orissa Power Transmission Corporation Ltd.,
Janpath, Bhubaneswar 751 022

36 Shri Deepak Ganguly, Member


Chairman &Managing Director
Tripura State Electricity Corporation Ltd.,
Vidyut Bhawan, North Banamalipur
Agartala,
Tripura 799 001

37 Sh. B. R. Sharma, IAS, Member


Principal Secretary to Govt.
Power Development Department
Civil Secretariat
Jammu (J&K)
0191-2546715
2520864,
0194-2452236, 2452352
Fax No.0191-2545447,
0194-2452352

38 Chief Engineer Member


Electricity Department
UT of Chandigarh
Secretariat office building Sector 9 D
Chandigarh 160 009

39 Shri Nirmal Braganza, Member


Chief Electrical Engineer
Electricity Department
Vidyut Bhawan, 3rd Floor
Panaji, Goa 403 001
Tel: 0832-2224680 / 2227009

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Fax: 0832-2222354,
2426986

40 Shri M.R. Ingle, Member


Executive Engineer
Electricity Department, Daman & Diu,
Power House Building, 2nd Floor,
Daman 396 210
Tel: 0260-2255103
Fax: 0260-2250889
Email:eddaman@rediffmail.com

41 Executive Engineer Member


Electricity Department,
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (UT)
Silvasa 396 230
Tel: 0260-2642338
Email:
eeelect_dnh@yahoo.co.in

42 Shri T.M Balakrishnan, IAS, Member


Secretary (Power)
Govt. of Puducherry, Beach Road
Puducherry 605 001
No.0413-2334484
Telefax:
Email: Secywel-pon@nic.in

43 Shri Pema Wangchen, Member


PCE-cum-Secretary
Energy & Power Department
Govt. of Sikkim
Gangtok 737 101
No. (03592) 202244
Fax No. (03592) 202927, 201148

44 Shri Kailash Chandra, Member


Secretary (Power)
A&N Administration Secretariat
Port Blair 744 101.
No. 03192-232623
Fax No. 03192- 233250

45 Shri B. Thong, Member


Commissioner & Secretary
Deptt. of Power
Govt. of Nagaland,
Nagaland Civil,
Secretariat, Kohima 797 001
No. (0370) 2270110,2223149

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(Mobile No.09436000299)
Fax No. 0370-2270110,2240178

46 Shri Vanhela Pachuau, Member


Chief Secretary & Secretary (Power)
Electricity Department
Govt. of Mizoram
New Secretariat Complex,
Aizwal 796 001
No.0389-2322411,2326222
Fax No. (0389) 2322745,2318572

47 Secretary (Power) Member


Secretariat Fort Area
Moti Daman, Daman - 396220

48 Shri Tumke Bagra, Member


Secretary (Power)
Deptt. of Power
Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh
Itanagar 791 111
No. Mobile No. of PA 09436044711

49 Shri L. P. Gonmei, Member


Secretary (Power)
Deptt. of Power
Govt. of Manipur,
Imphal 795 001
No. (0385) 2451562
Fax No. 0385-2440170
Email: ce_power@man.nic.in

50 Director General, Member


National Council of Applied
Economic Research (NCAER),
Or his representative
11, Indraprastha Estate
Parisila Bhawan, New Delhi.
Tel. No.23379861
Fax No.2337016

51 Shri K. Ramanathan Member


Senior Fellow,
The Energy Resources Institute (TERI),
New Delhi. Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road
Tel.No.24682100, 41504900
Fax No.24682147.

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52 Shri Chandrajit Banerjee Member
President
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
23, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road New Delhi.
Tel. No.24629994
Fax NO.011-24626149

53 Shri Utpal Bhattacharya Member


Executive Director,(Cooperate Services System Operation)
CESC Limited
CESC House, Chowringhee Square,
Kolkata – 700 001 (West Bengal)
Tel. No.033-22368263 Mob. No.9830052954
Fax NO.037-022259714

54 Managing Director, Member


Tata Power Company Limited,
Bombay House, 24, Homi Mody Street,
Fort, Mumbai – 400 001 (Maharashtra)
Tel. No.66658282
Fax NO.66658801

55 Shri Satish Seth Member


Vice Chairman,
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.,
Reliance Energy Centre, Santa Cruz (East)
Mumbai – 400 055 (Maharashtra)
Tel. No.022-30376522
Fax NO.022-30375577

56 Shri Sameer Mehta Member


Vice Chairman
Torrent (Group) Limited
Ashram Road, Torrent House
Ahmedabad – 380 009 (Gujarat)
Tel. No.079-26587651
Fax NO.079-26580048

57 Shri Major Singh Member Secretary


Chief Engineer (DMLF)
Central Electricity Authority
New Delhi.
Tele fax: 011-26105546

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AGENDA FOR BRAIN STORMING SESSION & 1 ST MEETING OF 18TH ELECTRIC
POWER SURVEY COMMITTEE TO BE HELD ON 27.08.2010
INDEX

S. No. Item Page No.

XVIII (1) I. BACKGROUND


XVIII (1) I (i) General 2
XVIII (1) I (ii) 17th Electric Power Survey 3
XVIII (1) I (iii) Review of 17th Electric Power Survey Forecast 4
XVIII (1) I (iv) Methodology adopted for 17th EPS 5

XVIII (1) II. PROCEDURE / METHODOLOGY OF 18TH ELECTRIC 6


POWER SURVEY
XVIII (1) II (i) Terms of Reference of 18th EPS 7
XVIII (1) II (ii) Procedure for execution of 18th EPS 8
XVIII (1) II (iii) Methodology proposed to be adopted for 18th EPS 9
XVIII (1) II (iv) Categories of consumption 10
XVIII (1) II (v) Total Electrical Energy Consumption at Consumer’s end 14
Transmission and Distribution Losses
XVIII (1) II (vi) Electrical Energy Requirement at Generating End 14
XVIII (1) II (vii) Long term forecast 15
XVIII (1) II(viiii) 16

XVIII (1) III. DATA BASE FOR 18TH ELECTRIC POWER SURVEY 16
XVIII (1) III (i) Collection/Compilation of input data
XVIII (1) III (ii) Creation of input data base 18

XVIII (1) IV. POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF 18


18TH EPSC

XVIII (1) V. ANY OTHER POINT WITH THE PERMISSION OF 18


THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE
XVIII (1) VI. VENUE AND DATE FOR NEXT MEETING 18

LIST OF APPENDIX
XVIII (1) I. BACKGROUND

XVIII (1) I (i) General


Periodic Electric Power Survey of the country is conducted to forecast
State/Union Territory wise, Region wise and All India, Electricity Demand on short,
medium and long term basis as a foremost planning exercise to base subsequent
planning activities.

The forecast of electricity demand is an important input for power sector


planning to optimally utilize scarce resources. The electrical energy is a vital input
for economic development of the country. The load forecast serves as a tool for
planning capacity addition by various utilities and stakeholders and is a guideline to
plan growth of industries & infrastructural development. CEA has been periodically
bringing out the electric power survey reports. Electric Power Surveys were earlier
being conducted annually upto the 11th Survey, i.e. year 1982. Thereafter, planwise
Electric Power Surveys were undertaken by CEA beginning from 12th EPS(1985).
The outline of Electric Power Surveys from 11th to 17th Electric Power Surveys are
tabulated below:

Vol. Period of Forecast Year of Methodology Adopted


Publication
No. of
EPS
Short Term Long Long Short term Long term

Term(1) Term(2)

11th 1979-80 2000 1982 Partial End Trend Method


to1983-84
Use Method

12th 1983-84 to 2000 1985 Partial Extrapolation


1989-90 Econometric
Approach
13th 1991-92 to 2004-05 1987 Partial End Extrapolation
1994-95 Use Method
14th 1991-92 to 2009-10 1991 Partial End Extrapolation
1996-97 Use Method
15th 1993 t0 2006-07 2011-12 1995 Partial End Extrapolation
2001-02 Use Method
16th 1998 to 2004-05 2016-17 2000 Partial End Extrapolation
2004-05 Use Method
17th 2006-07 to 2016-17 2021-22 2007 Partial End Extrapolation
2011-12 Use Method

XVIII (1) I (ii). 17th Electric Power Survey

The Power Survey Committee is normally constituted in a span of five years. The
17th Electric Power Survey Committee was latest in the series constituted on 24th
November, 2003 and its report was published in March, 2007.

The terms of reference of the Committee were:

i) To forecast yearwise electricity demand for each State, Union Territory,


Region and All India in detail upto the end of 11th Plan i.e. 2011-12.

ii) To project the perspective electricity demand for the terminal years of 12th
& 13th Five Year Plan i.e. year 2016-17 and 2021-22.

The 17th Electric Power Survey Committee had broadly taken into
consideration the following objectives of National Electricity Policy of Govt. of
India:

• Access to electricity – Available for all households in next five years.


• Availability of Power – Demand to be fully met by 2012 Energy and
Peaking shortages to be overcome with adequate spinning reserve(at least
5%) to be available.

• Per capita availability of electricity to be increased to over 1000 units by


2012.

• Minimum consumption of 1 unit per household per day as a merit good by


year 2012.

• Action plan for reduction of losses with adequate investments and suitable
improvements in governance by the State-Electricity Regulatory
Commissions so as to bring the same in line with international practices by
year 2012.

• In order to reduce the requirement for capacity addition, the difference


between electricity demand during peak periods and off peak periods had
to be reduced. Adopting suitable load management techniques to reduce
necessity of capacity addition. Differential tariff structure for peak and off
peak supply and conducive metering arrangements to load management
objectives.

• The State Governments to prepare a five year plan with annual mile stone
to bring down transmission and distribution losses expeditiously.

• In agriculture sector, the pump sets and water delivery systems should be
such used so as to promote higher efficiency. In the industrial sector
energy efficient technologies should be used and energy audits be carried
out to indicate scope for energy conservation measures. Motors and drive
systems in agricultural and industrial sector should be very well maintained
so as to give better efficiency and less energy consumption. Energy
efficient technologies may be adopted in industries, commercial &
domestic establishments.
• Reliable rural electrification system aimed at creating the Rural
Electrification Distribution Backbone (REDB).

• Adoption of high Voltage distribution system to effectively reduce technical


losses, prevention of theft, improved voltage profile and thus better
consumer service. To promote reduction LT/HT ratio, keeping in view the
techno economic consideration.

• For demand forecasting the T&D Losses for each State were decided in
consultation with State Electricity Regulatory Commissions or State Power
Utilities.

XVIII (1) I (iii). Review of 17th Electric Power Survey

The 17th EPS is reviewed in light of vision of Government of India as per


National Electricity Policy with actual achievements.

The forecast of electricity demand of 17th EPS were made in detail upto
2011-12 based on vision of National Electricity Plan considering the pace of
development with GDP growth rate of 8-10% which was projected further upto
2021-22. To review the projections of forecast upto 2011-12, forecast of
electricity demand is compared in terms of electrical energy requirement and
peak demand with actuals.

The same is tabled below:


Energy Requirement ( MUs) Peak Load (MW)
Year
17th EPS Actual Dev. in % 17th EPS Actual Dev. in %
2004-
05 602787 591373 1.89% 90221 87906 2.57%
2005-
06 654603 631554 3.52% 97269 93255 4.13%
2006-
07 697961 690587 1.06% 104867 100715 3.96%
2007-
08 744515 739343 0.69% 113059 108866 3.71%
2008-
09 794561 777039 2.21% 121891 109809 9.91%
2009-
10 848390 830594 2.10% 131413 119166 9.32%
This is for information of 18th EPSC

XVIII (1) I (iv). Methodology adopted for 17th Electric Power Survey

XVIII (1) I (iv) a. Partial End Use Method

The Partial End Use Method (PEUM) developed in CEA earlier


was generally considered comprehensive and consistent with the
available data base and was adopted for projecting the power demands
over a short term period. This method involves detailed consideration of
electricity utilization in various sectors of consumption. End-use
technique had been adopted to forecast the electricity requirement in
sectors where sufficient data for the future is available. These include
all major industrial and non-industrial loads with a demand of 1 MW &
above and also the agricultural loads. The requirements of Railway
Traction were estimated on the basis of track electrification programme
indicated by the Railway Board.

XVIII (1) I (iv) b. Shortage Compensation Method


Central Electricity Authority collects hourly data regarding
electrical energy not served or peak demand that could not be met due
to scheduled cuts (Restrictions imposed ), unscheduled cuts (Load
shedding) and under-frequency conditions, from the States/UTs on daily
basis and compiles the information for calculating electricity shortages.
These shortages generally affect the domestic, commercial or LT
industrial consumers i.e., the electric loads mainly responsible for
meeting peaking requirement. These shortages were treated as factual
and total. The year-wise and State/UT-wise electrical energy
requirement was worked out upto year 2011-12 on the basis of 2004-05
data after adding one time shortages in the base year to the electric
peak met and electrical energy available.

XVIII (1) I (iv) c. Econometric Model

Under the aegis of 17th Electric Power Survey Committee, an Expert


Committee was constituted to forecast demand of electricity using
econometric model, considering demand influencing factors for which
econometric indicators were available and also taking into account the
projected growth rates of different sectors of the economy. Prof. D.N. Rao,
the then Head of the Department, Centre for Economic Studies and
Planning, School of Social Sciences, JNU, New Delhi was appointed as a
Resource Person to undertake the job of preparing base paper for 17th
EPS using econometric model.

The projections made by Prof. D.N. Rao using econometric modeling


were found on the lower side. In the revised report submitted by Prof. Rao
after incorporating various observations of the members of the expert
committee, gaps ( on lower side) in projections were found mainly due to
following reasons:
i. The Time Series data of electricity consumption used
for econometric model did not include consumption in
industries out of captive generation leading to lower
forecast for the year 2011-12 and onwards.
ii. The indices had been used for the period when the
electricity growth as well as the GDP was low.
This is for information of 18th EPSC.

XVIII (1) II. PROCEDURE/METHODOLOGY OF 18TH ELECTRIC POWER


SURVEY

The primary objective of the electrical energy forecast is to assess the


electricity demand for States/UTs so that States/UTs are able to plan
and arrange the electrical energy to meet demand in full. The States
would thus draw the strategy to install their own generation capacity or
arrange purchase agreements for availabilities of electricity. The EPS
forecast makes projection of the aggregate power demand over the year
on short term and long term basis and also detailed forecast for various
categories of electricity consumption so that the utilities are able to plan
suitable infrastructure for transmission & distribution of electricity. The
demand forecast for various categories of consumption would facilitate
states to identify priority sectors and develop optimum infrastructure for
development of economy within the limited resources. The Electric
Power Survey Committee will hold discussions with all stakeholders on
regular basis and make demand forecast not only for those in power
sector planning but also in other sectors of economy like coal, rail IT,
industry etc.

In the present context, demand for power is growing at a rapid pace due
to various development activities of infrastructure in mega cities. To
provide vital input for formulation of master plans & assessment of
availability of resources in future and implementation of development
activities need is felt for carrying out power survey of mega cities along
with the States. Accordingly, 18th EPS is proposed to include EPS of
mega cities as part of 18th EPS.

XVIII (1) II (i). Terms of Reference of 18th Electric Power Survey


Ministry of Power conveyed concurrence for constitution of the 18th Electric
Power Survey Committee vide order no2/46/2009-P&P dated 18/20.01.2010.

The terms of reference of the Committee are:

i) To forecast the year wise electricity demand projection for each State,
Union Territory, Region and All India in detail up to the end of 12th Plan
i.e. for the years 2012-13 to 2016-17.
ii) To project the perspective electricity demand up to the 13th & 14th Five
Year Plans i.e. year 2021-22 & 2026-27.

The Committee is to submit its report by October, 2011.

Ministry of Power while conveying the concurrence for constitution of 18th


Electric Power Survey Committee had advised to hold a brain-storming
session within a month of the constitution of the Committee and finalization of
the list of participants in the session. Accordingly, the additional list of experts
in the field as advised by MoP vide No.2/46/2009 dated 19.04.2010 have also
been included as special invitees.

The 18th Electric Power Survey of India proposes to include various


features for fulfilling aims and objectives of the National/State Policies framed
by the Government(s) in their policy documents and guidelines.

Some of the objectives to be achieved are as under:-


1. Analyses projections of 17th EPS vis-à-vis actuals.
2. To make separate electricity demand forecast for
mega cities of population of 50 lakhs and above. The
number of cities of population of 50 lakhs or above will
be around 7.
3. Categorization of rural/urban loads in the forecast may
be in such a way to achieve 100% rural electrification
target.
4. Impact of energy conservation on electricity demand
forecast.
5. Impact of inter sector linkages of power sector with
other important sectors of the economy on electricity
demand forecast.
6. Capture and adopt Demand Side Management in the
forecast.
7. Capture and adopt T&D loss reduction programme in
the forecast.
8. Annual updating of the electricity demand forecast

XVIII (1) II (ii). Procedures for Execution of 18th EPS

1. The correspondence is made with all the State


TRANSCOs/Electricity Boards, other utilities, private sector
players in the country so as to obtain actual data and forecast
for their respective States/Utilities. The data so collected is
supplemented by the information collected by the Secretariat
(i.e. DMLF Division, CEA) directly from the major industrial and
non-industrial consumers of electricity (having a demand of
1MW and above) through Regional Power Survey Offices.
2. The Regional Power Survey Offices shall prepare a
preliminary forecast on the basis of the data supplied/available
with them and forward the same to the Secretariat for
examination.

3. The forecast is scrutinized in the Secretariat on the basis of


the data received by CEA and the revised forecast is
forwarded to the SEBs/Utilities/Private Sector Players for their
comments.

4. Detailed discussions shall be held with the concerned


authorities at their headquarter or CEA Headquarter and the
points of agreements and disagreements shall be prepared. In
the States, where there is an agreement, the forecast of the
concerned state is finalized. Wherein, differences persist in
certain cases even after discussions, the same will be placed
before the Committee for a final decision and the forecast of
such State will be finalized in the light of the decision taken by
the Committee.

5. Thereafter a draft report is prepared and placed before the


Committee for its approval.

6. A flow chart indicating time frame of various activities/process


are given at Appendix A.

The members of the Committee are requested to designate


the nodal officers for coordination in submission of required
input data and take necessary actions to maintain schedule for
timely completion of the Report.
XVIII (1) II (iii).Methodology proposed to be adopted for 18th EPS:

Partial End Use Methodology (PEUM) is a combination of


International forecasting methodologies i.e. time series analysis and end
use method. PEUM was used for forecasting the electricity demand in
the 17th EPS. The Time Series method has been used to derive growth
indicators giving higher weight age to the recent trend so as to
incorporate benefits of the energy conservative initiatives and new
technologies. However, in cases where no definite trend could be
emerged, chronical or maximum AGR-maximum weightage were used
for forecasting electricity demand.

As indicated under item [XVIII(1)I(iv)c] the projections by using


econometric model were at large variance as against actual and
therefore 17th EPS had adopted PEUM model. It is proposed, therefore,
to adopt the methodology to be used in the demand forecast of 18th
EPS in line with the 17th Electric Power Survey. T he electricity demand
forecast of 18th EPS is proposed to be carried out on two time frames
given below:

1. Short and medium time frame for a time period of 5 - 7 years i.e. up
to the end of year 2021-22 (End of 13th Five-Year plan period).

2. Long time frame i.e. for the time period ending with 14th Five Year
Plan i.e. year 2026-27.

It is proposed to forecast the electricity demand in terms of electrical


energy requirement i.e. MkWh (MU) and peak electric load i.e. MW for
each State & Union Territory, Region and AH India at Power Station
Bus bars of Electricity Utilities under unrestricted conditions.
The short and medium term electricity demand forecast shall be
disaggregated to have following levels;

Annual electrical energy consumption in MkWh for different


consumption categories i.e. domestic, commercial & miscellaneous,
public lighting, public water works, irrigation, lift irrigation , LT Industries
, HT Industries less than 1 MW , HT Industries 1 MW and above ,
Railway traction and Non-Industrial bulk consumers for each State ,
Union Territory, Region and All India met by electricity systems of utility
entities.
Annual electricity demand forecast in terms of electrical energy
requirement in MU and peak electric load in MW at Power Station Bus
bars of electricity utilities for each State, Union Territory, Region and All
India.
The long term electricity demand forecast is proposed to be made in
terms of electrical energy requirement in MkWh and peak electric load
in MW at power station bus bars of electricity utilities for each State,
Union Territory, Region and AIL India for the terminal years of 12th and
13th Five Year Plan Period i.e. the year 2026-27 and 2031-32.

XVIII (1) II (iv).Categories of Consumption

Categories to be considered for forecasting of electrical energy


consumption in respect of State/UT-wise, Region-wise and All India are
as following:

1. Domestic
2. Commercial
3. Public Lighting
4. Public Water Works
5. Irrigation
6. Lift Irrigation Scheme
7. Industrial (LT, HT less than 1 MW each, HT 1 MW and above
each)
8. Railway Traction
9. Bulk Non- Industrial HT Supply

1 & 2. Domestic, Commercial & miscellaneous


The consumption in these sectors is proposed to be estimated on the
basis of number of consumers and their specific electrical energy
consumption.

i) Number of Consumers

The past growth rate in the number of consumers is proposed to be


studied for each State and Union Territory. In States where power
shortages were experienced in the recent past the growth rate to be
adopted for the forecast is proposed to be decided after long term time-
series analysis of the growth in the number of consumers. In the case
of States / Union Territories where the past performance was poor,
allowance is proposed to be made in the growth rate to take into
account increased tempo of household electrification envisaged in the
future. This will take care of the shortfall in the fulfillment of electricity
policy regarding provision of all household electrification.

ii) Electrical Energy Consumption per consumer

Electrical energy consumption per consumer is proposed to be


estimated after studying the past trends and taking into account the
anticipated improvements in the standard of living. A gradual increase in
the level of electricity consumption per consumer has been noticed in all
States and Union Territories. It is expected that this rising trend will
continue. This trend as well as effect of power cuts in recent past is
proposed to be kept in view while determining the Specific consumption
in future.

3&4. Public Lighting & Public Water Works

The estimates of consumption-of electricity in these two categories are


proposed to be based on estimated connected electric load (kW) and
the average electricity consumption per KiloWatt of connected load
(kWh / kW) i.e. Hours of operation.
The connected load is proposed to be projected on the basis of trends
and considering the likely increase in public lighting and water supply
facilities. The number of hours of operation is proposed to be
determined on the basis of past trends and making adjustment for the
effect of power cuts.

5 Irrigation & Dewatering

The following model is proposed to be adopted for forecasting the


electrical energy consumption of this category:
Y = NSH
Where
Y = Electricity consumption in kWh.
N = Number of pump sets as at the middle of the year.
S = Average capacity of pump set in kW at the middle of the year
H = Hours of operation
(Average electrical energy consumption per year per kilowatt
of
Connected electric load).
i) Pump Set / Tube wells

The programme of energisation of pump sets is proposed to be decided


on the basis of discussions with the planning deptt. State Electricity
Utilities after giving due consideration to the actual progress achieved in
the past and the margin of ultimate ground water potential available in
the state/UTs for installing the pump sets.

ii) Capacity of pump sets

The average capacity of pump sets is proposed to be worked out by


considering the mid year figures for both the connected electric load and
the number of pump sets in the past years. Based on these trends the
capacity of a pump set in future is proposed to be determined.

iii) Hours of operation

The forecast of Hours of operation in this category is proposed to be


estimated based on electrical energy consumption (MkWh) and mid
year connected electric load (kW) in the past years (kWh / kW) i.e.
Hours of operation. The number of hours of operation is proposed to be
determined on the basis of past trends and making adjustment for the
effect of power cuts.

iv) Electrical Energy Consumption (MkWh)

Electrical Energy Consumption (MkWh) for future is proposed to be


worked out on the basis of the equitation Y = NSH. The due
consideration will be given towards the trends of energy consumption,
multiple cropping, effects of power cuts and government policies while
projecting the average electricity consumption in the future of this
sector.

6 Lift Irrigation Schemes

Partial End Use Methodology supposed to be adopted in this category.


The electrical energy consumption for each irrigation scheme is
proposed to be carried out separately for each irrigation scheme
considering the anticipated demand on the basis of information
furnished by each irrigation scheme or electricity utilities of the states.

7 Industrial

The electrical energy requirement for the industrial sector is


proposed to be estimated under three sub-categories viz.-
i) L.T Industries
ii) H.T. Industries with a demand less than 1 MW
iii) H.T, Industries with a demand of I MW and above
The electricity consumption in the first two categories is proposed to be
projected on the basis of past trends and scope for development in
future. In the case of third category, projection is supposed to be made
separately for each industrial unit considering the anticipated production
on the basis of information furnished by the industrial units (End Users).

From the overall electrical energy consumption in an industrial unit


obtained by the above method, the demand to be met by captive power
plant is proposed to be deducted to arrive at the demand on the utility
system. The projection of captive electricity generation is proposed to
be made on the basis of-'past level of generation and taking into
account the likely augmentation of captive generation capacity in future
8 Railway Traction

The estimate for this category is proposed to be based on the


track electrification prograrmme envisaged by the Railway Authorities.

9. Bulk Electricity Supply to Non- Industrial Consumers

The electricity consumption of this category covers electricity used in


Research Establishment, Port Trust, Military Engineering Services,
Supply to Power Project and Hotel Industries etc. The Power
Requirement by specific consumers are proposed to be considered for
the forecast. For other electric load s projections are proposed to be
based on the past trends.

XVIII (1) II (v).Total Electrical Energy Consumption at Consumer’s end

The estimates of total electrical energy consumption at consumers' end


are proposed to be arrived at by aggregating the category wise
projections.

XVIII (1) II(vi). Transmission and Distribution Losses

The past trend in T&D losses for each State, Union Territory and All
India is proposed to be studied. The factors that may contribute in
losses are:
i. Extension of the L.T./ Distribution net work covering more and
more areas of the States.
ii. Low load densities and long Distribution lines.
iii. Un Metered / unauthorised and undetected use of energy.
The losses due to first two causes can be termed as "Technical Losses"
and could be brought down-by carrying out system, improvements.
The losses due to other causes can be termed as "Commercial tosses"
which can be brought down only by administrative steps such as
reintroduction of metered electricity supply instead of the flat rate tariff to
reflect the true level of electricity consumption by the consumers and by
setting up squads for surprise checks, meter testing, detection of thefts
etc. Any reduction in the commercial losses brought down by such
method could be accompanied by a corresponding increase in the sale
of electrical energy. Therefore, improvement in the possible technical
losses only is proposed to be considered for future projections.

The overall loss in a particular system depends on the share of energy


sales of H.T. / L.T. and irrigation loads the total energy sold to ultimate
consumers. The pattern of electricity consumption for the groups
mentioned above is proposed to be studied for the past seven years
and for the projected requirements in each State and based on this
study overall losses are proposed to be estimated taking also into
account the likely system.

XVIII (1) II(vii). Electrical Energy Requirement at Generating End

The electrical energy requirement at bus bars of electricity generating


station is proposed to be arrived at for each State / Union Territory by
adding the T&D losses to the total electrical energy requirement at
consumers' end.

Annual Electric Load Factor


The electric load factor of an electricity system depends on the pattern
of utilization of different classes of electric load. If the system feeds
block industrial loads like Aluminum, Fertilizer etc. having high load
factor, the overall electricity system load factor would also tend to be
high. In regard to estimation of electric load factor, if future pattern of
utilization of different classes of electric load does not differ appreciably
from the past in the percentage of total load, then it can be assumed
that the system load factor of the past may be applied. If, however, as is
usually the case, the pattern is anticipated to change with respect to
total load, then it is necessary to estimate the future load factor.

Peak Electric Load

Peak Electric Load for each State / Union Territory is proposed to be


arrived at by applying the annual load factor on the electrical energy
requirement at the electricity generating station bus-bars. Regional peak
electric load ins proposed to be arrived at by applying annual diversity
factor on the aggregate peak electric loads of the states and union
territories forming part of the region. All India peak load shall be the sum
of regional simultaneous peak electric load. The 18th EPSC report shall
thus be ex-bus figures excluding captive generation.

XVIII (1) II (viii) Long Term Forecast

The forecast beyond 2021-22 and up to the year 2031-32 is proposed to


be made by extrapolating the overall electric energy requirement. The
growth rates for projection are proposed to be determined after studying
the growth rates anticipated up to the year 2021-22 and keeping in view
the enlarging base. The peak electric loads are proposed to be
estimated after applying suitable annual electric load factors in the case
of States and Union territories and suitable annual diversity factors in
the case of Regions. All India peak electric load shall be the sum of the
regional peak loads and of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and
Lakshadweep. This method is proposed to be adopted in the absence of
any indication about the likely development profile in the States. As the
long-term forecast is only an indicative forecast, which, would facilitate
identification of resources of power for advance action, the present
methodology would meet the requirements. These long-term forecasts
will have to be reviewed, from time to time, when the outlines of the
perspective development on a longer time horizon become available.

XVIII (1) III. DATA BASE FOR 18TH ELECTRIC POWER SURVEY

XVIII (1) III (i). Collection/compilation of input data

The Electric Power Survey need co-coordinated data collection from


central/state transmission utilities, transmission licensees or the State
Electricity Boards / Departments is of vital importance as the electricity
demand metered at the receiving end (power station bus bars) of the
transmission systems. The transmission licensees/Boards/Deptts. shall
be fully provide furnishing the requisite input data/information as per the
proformae supplied by the DMLF Division of CEA and shall collect &
coordinate the required data from concerned State Transcos, DISCOMs
for the purpose of 18th EPS. The Head of transmission
licensees/Boards/Deptts being the Members of the EPS Committee will
direct the activities of furnishing the data of their respective departments
for its timely submission.

Regional Power Survey Offices (RPSOs) of CEA located in New


Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore & Mumbai provide assistance to DMLF
Division, CEA by collection/compilation of input data for EPS. The
electricity consumption data is the pivotal information for category wise
forecasted demand given in EPS. Accuracy of EPS depends very much
on the accuracy of data. The growth in demand due to certain
government policy changes economic and industrial activities etc.
cannot be foreseen through past trend in consumption data. Collection
of consumption data as well as expected demands in future (End Use
Method) from all categories is a laborious exercise and needs active
persuasion with the concern utility or industries.

The sample proformae for the purpose of data collection are given at
Appendix (Annex-II & III).
For furnishing the data for 18th EPS each licensee /Board /Deptt. shall
appoint a nodal officer who will be responsible for coordination and
supply of data in specified time, form and manner. The transmission
licensees /Boards /Deptts. shall be responsible for making arrangement
regarding the stay and transport of the representatives of the 18th
Electric Power Survey Committee and while paying visits in connection
with 18th EPS. The nodal officer should be suitably empowered in
advance for making such arrangements.

XVIII (1) III (ii).Creation of Input Data Base

As explained at XVIII (1) III (i) above, the existing four Regional Power
Survey Offices would render assistance to DMLF Division and carry out
following activities:

¾ Collection/compilation of data from concerned entities and


follow-up.
¾ Examination of received data for its completeness, correctness
and consistency.
¾ Feeding/updating for database.
¾ Prepare preliminary forecast of electricity demand for the
concerned States & Region(s).

The data base being the vital input for the EPS, it is necessary that the
timely submission of the data by all Utilities are taken care by the members of
the Committee. The delay in submission of the data will result in delay of
various activities for completion of the EPS in time. The data are to be
submitted as per the formats given at Appendix B (Annex.II & III).

XVIII (1) IV. POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF 18TH


EPSC

¾ Approval of proformae (Annex) of 18th Electric Power


Survey for collecting data /statistics for electricity demand
forecast.
¾ Approval of partial end use methodology for forecasting
electricity demand for short and medium terms.
¾ Approval of extrapolation technique based on growth rates
for long term electricity demand forecasting.
¾ Adoption of electricity demand forecast on rural – urban
basis.
¾ Approval for inclusion of mega cities survey (having
population of 50 lakhs and above) based on above
methodology.

XVIII (1) V. ANY OTHER POINT WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE CHAIR
XVIII (1) VI. VENUE AND DATE FOR NEXT MEETING
LIST OF APPENDIX

Nos. Title
Appendix A Schedule of 18th EPS Works
Appendix B Energy Consumption, Energy Requirement and Peak
Load Category wise & Year wise
Summary of Forecast (Rural/Urban/TotaL)
Appendix B Domestic (Rural/Urban/Total)
(Proforma-I)
Appendix B Commercial & Misc.
(Proforma-2) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Public Lighting
(Proforma-3) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Public Water Works (LT)
(Proforma-4(1/3) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Public water Works
(Proforma-4 (2/3) (Rural/Urban/Total) with demand < 1 MW
Appendix B Public water Works
(Proforma-4 (3/3) (Rural/Urban/Total) with demand > 1 MW
Appendix B Irrigation (Pumpsets/Tubewell)
(Proforma-5 (1/2) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Lift Irrigation Schemes
(Proforma-5 (2/2) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Industries (LT)
(Proforma-6 (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Industries(With demand<1MW)
(Proforma-7(1/2) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Industries(With demand >1MW)
(Proforma-7 (2/2) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Railway Traction
(Proforma-8) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Bulk Supply to Non Industrial Consumers
(Proforma-9) (Rural/Urban/Total)
Appendix B Annual System Performance- Actual Data
(Proforma-10)
Appendix C (IPR Review of Power Requirements of major existing
Form Part – A) industries having demand of 1 MW & above
(IPR Form Part –B) Details of Captive Power Plants for the industries
having demand of 1 MW & above
SCHEDULE OF 18TH EPS WORKS

APPENDIX ‘A’
Preparation of agenda for
1st meeting of EPSC

Submission for
approval to C.A.

No
Approval by Revision of agenda
C.A.
Yes

Issue of letters & agenda to all


EPSC members

Convening of 1st meeting of EPSC (2nd week of July)

Approval of
methodology (Time
series Analysis/End-use
method & data collection
mechanism by EPSC

Issues of letters &


proformae to Utilities
requiring past data &
forecast ( with
instructions to RPSOs
for follow up) (End July -
2010)

Yes Receipt of data/prel.


Forecast
(End October)

No
Issue of Check if data
reminder recd. from all
sources

Issue of Not Yes


letters OK
seeking Scrutiny
clarificati of data
ons. To next page
-2-

From pre-page

Yes OK

Preparation of forecast
Dec 2010

Submission of draft report to


EPSC for approval in next
meeting as agenda
(March – 2011)

Approval of No
Draft Report by EPSC Revision of Report

Yes

Submission of Report of EPSC to MOP


July 2011

Acceptance of
No
EPSC Report
by Competent
Authority

Publication of 18th EPS


October 2011
Appendix 'B' (1)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST


ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
CATEGORY WISE & YEAR WISE SUMMERY OF FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt.


Name of State/ UT……………….
Category: SUMMARY OF FORECAST (Rural/Urban/Total)
ACTUAL PROV. ESTIMATED
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
A. ENERGY CONSUMPTION -MUs
1. Domestic
2. Commercial & Misc.
3. Public lighting
4. Public Water Works
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
5. Irrigation
i) P/S
ii) LIS
6. Industries
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
7. Railway traction
8. Bulk Supply to
a) Non Industrial Consumers
b) licencees
Total (Energy Consumption)
B T&D losses -MU
T&D losses -in %
C Energy Requirement - MU
D Annual Load Factor - %
E Peak Load - MW
F Month & time of occurrence of Peak Load
Appendix 'B' (2)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST


ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
CATEGORY WISE & YEAR WISE SUMMERY OF FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt…………………….…………………………


Name of State/ UT………………………………….…………….
Category: SUMMARY OF FORECAST (Rural/Urban/Total)
ESTIMATED
2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
A. ENERGY CONSUMPTION -MUs
1. Domestic
2. Commercial & Misc.
3. Public lighting
4. Public Water Works
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
5. Irrigation
i) P/S
ii) LIS
6. Industries
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
7. Railway traction
8. Bulk Supply to
a) Non Industrial Consumers
b) licencees
Total (Energy Consumption)
B T&D losses -MUs
T&D losses -in %
C Energy Requirement - MUs
D Annual Load Factor - %
E Peak Load - MW
F Month & time of occurrence of Peak Load
Appendix 'B' (3)
Proforma -1

18TH ELECTRIC POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………..

Name of State/ UT ………………………………...……………….

Category: DOMESTIC (Rural/Urban/Total)

Specific Energy
No. of Consumers Consumption Energy Consumption
Addition Addition
during the % age in kWh during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B'(15)
Proforma -9

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST


ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………

Name of State/ UT………………………………………………...……….


Category: BULK SUPPLY TO NON INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS (Rural/Urban/Total)
a) NON INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS
b) Private Licensees
Actual Prov.
Bulk Connected
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. supply to Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
kW

Non-Industrial Consumers
1
2
3

etc.
Private Licensees
1
2
3

etc.

Estimated
Bulk Connected
supply to 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Non- kW
I d Consumers
Non-Industrial ti l
1
2
3

etc.
Private Licensees
1
2
3

etc.
Appendix 'B' (4)
Proforma -2

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………….

Name of State/ UT…………………………………………………....

Category: COMMERCIAL & MISCE. (Rural/Urban/Total)

Specific Energy
No. of Consumers Consumption Energy Consumption
Addition Addition
during the % age in kWh during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 pro
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B' (5)
Proforma -3

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ……………………………………………….

Name of State/ UT…………………………………….…………….

Category: PUBLIC LIGHTING (Rural/Urban/Total)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B' (6)
Proforma -4 (1/3)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………..

Name of State/ UT……………………………………...………….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (LT) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 pro
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B'(7)
Proforma -4 (2/3)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………

Name of State/ UT…………………………………………..…….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (WITH DEMAND < 1MW) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 pro
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B' (8)
Proforma -4 (3/3)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………………….

Name of State/ UT…………………………………………...………….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (WITH DEMAND> 1 MW) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Actual (Prov.)
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Appendix 'B' (9)
Proforma - 5 (1/2)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………………

Name of State/ UT…………………………………………...……….

Category: IRRIGATION (PUMPSETS / TUBEWELL) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Actual Prov. Estimated


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 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
PUMPSETS (PTW/STW)
(A) Total number energised/to be
energised
i) As on 31st March
ii) During the year
iii) In operation (Mid yr)

(B) Total Connected Load (MW)


i) As on 31st March
ii) Mid yr

(c) Energy Consumption -MUs

(D) Averages
i) kw/pumpsets (Capacity of Pumpset)
ii) kwh/kw (Hours of operation)
iii) kwh/pumpset

II. LIFT IRRIGATION SCHEMES*


Energy consumption -MUs

III. Total Energy consumption -


(I(c) +II)
Appendix 'B'(10)
Proforma - 5 (2/2)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt.

Name of State/ UTs……………….

Category: LIFT IRRIGATION SCHEMES (Rural/Urban/Total)

Actual Prov.
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Lift Irrigation Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Appendix 'B'(11)
Proforma - 6

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………...

Name of State/ UT……………………………………………..….

Category: INDUSTRIES (LT) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B' (12)
Proforma -7 (1/2)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………….

Name of State/ UT………… ………………………………………………...…….

Category: INDUSTRIES (WITH DEMAND < 1MW) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2003-04
2004-05
ACTUAL

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Appendix 'B' (13)
Proforma -7 (2/2)

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………….

Name of State/ UT…………………………………………………..……….

Category: INDUSTRIES (WITH DEMAND> 1 MW) (Rural/Urban/Total)

Actual Prov.
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Industries CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Industries CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Appendix 'B' (14)
Proforma - 8

18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ……………………………………………………..

Name of State/ UT……………………………………………………..….

Category: RAILWAY TRACTION (Rural/Urban/Total)

Actual Prov.
Name of Name of Name of Connected 2010-11
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
Sl. No. Railways section feeding Load in CL EC
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Sub- kW (Prov.)
1
2
3
4
5

etc.

Estimated
Name of Name of Name of Connected
Railways section feeding 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Sub- kW
1 t ti
2
3
4
5

etc.
Appendix 'B' (16)
Proforma - 10

ANNUAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE – ACTUAL DATA

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt……………………………………

Name of State/UT ……………………………………..

DESCRIPTION 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-11


(prov.)
Date of occurrence of
annual system peak
Time of occurrence of
annual system peak
System peak load in
MW
Details of load
shedding etc. in MW at
the time of system peak
Unrestricted system
peak load
Annual Energy
requirement in MUs
Details of energy cuts
imposed during the
d t t i ti
Appendix ‘C’
Page 1 of 4
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY

(IPR FORM PART – A)


REVIEW OF POWER REQUIREMENTS OF MAJOR EXISTING INDUSTRIES HAVING
DEMAND OF 1 MW & ABOVE IN CONNECTION WITH 18th ELECTRIC POWER SURVEY

1. Name of the Factory with complete Postal Address :

2. Is the Industry a continuous process Industry? : Yes / No

3. Is the Industry located in Urban or Rural : Urban / Rural

4. No. of shifts per day and No. of working days


per annum :

5. Name of Electric Supply Undertaking / Distribution :


Company
6. Contracted Power Demand in KVA with Electric Supply Undertaking
2009- 10 2010- 11 2011- 12 2012- 13 2013- 14

7. Connected Load Data :


Sl. Additions YEAR OF
PARTICULARS EXISTING
No Proposed,If Any ADDITION
7.1 Motors in H.P
7.2 Lighting in KW
7.3 Furnace in KW /KVA
7.4 Rectifier in KW
7.5 Any other equipment
7.6 Total
8. Maximum Demand Data :
Sl. Recorded
No Maximum
Demand in KVA
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
during the
financial year
(April to March)
On Public Utility
8.1
System
On Independent /
8.2
Joint Sectors
On Self
8.3 Generation, If
any
Simultaneous
8.4 Maximum
Demand
Power Factor of
8.5
the System

Contd……2
Appendix ‘C’
Page 2 of 4
9. Energy Consumption Data :

Sl. Energy
No Consumption in
Mkwh during the 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
financial year
(April to March)
On Public Utility
9.1
System
On Independent /
9.2
Joint Sector
On Self
9.3 Generation, If
any
Total ( 9.1 + 9.2 +
9.4
9.3 )
10. Production Data :
10.1 Name of different products being : 1.
manufactured 2.
3.
4.
5.
and so on
10.2 Installed production capacity in : 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
suitable units (Product-wise)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

10.3 Actual Production of each items in : 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
suitable units (April to March)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
11 New Items :
11.1 Name of new products to be : 1.
Manufactured 2.
3.
11.2 Likely date of commencement of
production :

12. Production Programme – Year-wise for different products ( both for existing as well as new
items ) in suitable units :
Sl. Estimated Annual Production in suitable units
Name of Products
No 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

12.1
12.2
12.3
Contd……...3
Appendix ‘C’
Page 3 of 4

13. Future Year-wise Expected Maximum Demand in KVA :

Sl. MAXIMUM DEMAND – KVA


PARTICULARS
No 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
On Public Utility
13.1
System
On Independent /
13.2
Joint Sector
On Self
13.3
Generation, If any
13.4 Power Factor

14. Future Year-wise Energy Requirement in Mkwh :

Sl. ENERGY REQUIREMENT – Mkwh


PARTICULARS
No 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
On Public Utility
14.1
System
On Independent /
14.2
Joint Sector
On Self
14.3
Generation, If any
Total ( 12.1 + 12.2
14.4
+ 12.3 )

15. Brief details of power restrictions / cuts, if any :

16. Loss of production (in Qty.) due to : 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
power cuts / restrictions in
suitable units

Signature :

Name :

Date : Designation :

Place : Tel. No. :

Fax No. :

E-Mail Address :

Contd……...4
(IPR Form Part – B)
DETAILS OF CAPTIVE POWER PLANTS FOR THE INDUSTRIES HAVING DEMAND OF
1MW & ABOVE

1. Name of the Industry :

2. Address / Location :

3. Details of Captive Power Generation

Type of
Prime
Gross Energy Auxiliary
Mover
Installed Generated in Consumption Whether
(Steam,
Unit Generation Power KWH of Captive Standby or
Diesel,
No Capacity in Factor (April to Generation Continuously
Hydro,
KVA March) Plant in KWH Working
Gas,
2009-10 2009-10
Solar,
Wind)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

5
And
so on
TOTAL ----- -----

4. Energy purchased from other sources – Gwh :

5. Energy sold to other sources–Gwh :

6. Energy used in own industry for production :


(3 + 4 - 5)

Signature :
Name :
Date : Designation :
Place : Address :
Tel.No. :
Fax No. :
E mail Address :
Page 1 Annex-II (1)
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST
ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
CATEGORY WISE & YEAR WISE SUMMERY OF FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt.


Name of City ………………………………...……………….
Category: SUMMARY OF FORECAST
ACTUAL prov. ESTIMATED
1999-00 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
A. ENERGY CONSUMPTION -MUs
1. Domestic
2. Commercial & Misc.
3. Public lighting
4. Public Water Works
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
5. Irrigation
i) P/S
ii) LIS
6. Industries
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
7. Railway traction
8. Bulk Supply to
a) Non Industrial Consumers
b) licencees
Total (Energy Consumption)
B T&D losses -MU
T&D losses -in %
C Energy Requirement - MU
D Annual Load Factor - %
E Peak Load - MW
F Month & time of occurrence of Peak Load
Page 2 Annex-II (1)
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST
ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
CATEGORY WISE & YEAR WISE SUMMERY OF FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt…………………….…………………………


Name of City ………………………………...……………….
Category: SUMMARY OF FORECAST
ESTIMATED
2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
A. ENERGY CONSUMPTION -MUs
1. Domestic
2. Commercial & Misc.
3. Public lighting
4. Public Water Works
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
5. Irrigation
i) P/S
ii) LIS
6. Industries
i) LT
ii) HT (Demand less than 1 MW)
iii) HT (Demand more than 1 MW)
7. Railway traction
8. Bulk Supply to
a) Non Industrial Consumers
b) licencees
Total (Energy Consumption)
B T&D losses -MUs
T&D losses -in %
C Energy Requirement - MUs
D Annual Load Factor - %
E Peak Load - MW
F Month & time of occurrence of Peak Load
Proforma -1
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………..

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: DOMESTIC

Specific Energy
No. of Consumers Consumption Energy Consumption
Addition Addition
during the % age in kWh during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
ACTUAL

2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -2

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………….

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: COMMERCIAL & MISCE.

Specific Energy
No. of Consumers Consumption Energy Consumption
Addition Addition
during the % age in kWh during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
ACTUAL

2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -3

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ……………………………………………….

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: PUBLIC LIGHTING

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1998-99
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
ACTUAL

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -4 (1/3)
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………..

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (LT)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1998-99
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
ACTUAL

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 pro
v.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -4 (2/3)
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (WITH DEMAND < 1MW)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1998-99
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
ACTUAL

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.

2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -4 (3/3)

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………………….

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: PUBLIC WATER WORKS (WITH DEMAND> 1 MW)

Actual Prov.
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Proforma - 5 (1/2)

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………………

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: IRRIGATION (PUMPSETS / TUBEWELL)

Actual Prov. Estimated


1999-00 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 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
PUMPSETS (PTW/STW)
(A) Total number energised/to be
energised
i) As on 31st March
ii) During the year
iii) In operation (Mid yr)

(B) Total Connected Load (MW)


i) As on 31st March
ii) Mid yr

(c) Energy Consumption -MUs

(D) Averages
i) kw/pumpsets (Capacity of Pumpset)
ii) kwh/kw (Hours of operation)
iii) kwh/pumpset

II. LIFT IRRIGATION SCHEMES*


Energy consumption -MUs

III. Total Energy consumption -


(I(c) +II)
Proforma - 5 (2/2)

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt.

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: LIFT IRRIGATION SCHEMES

Actual Prov.
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Lift Irrigation Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Water Works Scheme CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Proforma - 6
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………...

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: INDUSTRIES (LT)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1998-99
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
ACTUAL

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -7 (1/2)
MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………….

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: INDUSTRIES (WITH DEMAND < 1MW)

Connected Load (KW) Hours of operation Energy Consumption


Addition Addition
during the % age in Numbers during the % age
Year End Year Mid Year Year AGR of (1) (7/2) year MUs AGR of (7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1998-99
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
ACTUAL

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 prov.
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
ESTIMATED

2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
1017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
2021-22
Proforma -7 (2/2)

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ………………………………………………………………….

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: INDUSTRIES (WITH DEMAND> 1 MW)

Actual Prov.
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. located in Load in
Industries CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC

Estimated
Whether Connected
Name & Location of 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. located in Load in
Industries CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Urban/Rural kW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ETC
Proforma - 8

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. ……………………………………………………..

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

Category: RAILWAY TRACTION

Actual Prov.
Name of Name of Name of Connected
1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. Railways section feeding Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Sub- kW
1
2
3
4
5

etc.

Estimated
Name of Name of Name of Connected
Railways section feeding 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Sub- kW
1 t ti
2
3
4
5

etc.
Proforma -9

MEGA CITY SURVEY FOR 18TH ELECTRICI POWER SURVEY FORECAST


ENERGY CONSUMPTION ,ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND PEAK LOAD
Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt. …………………………………………………

Name of City ………………………………...……………….


Category: BULK SUPPLY TO NON INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS
a) NON INDUSTRIAL CONSUMERS
b) Private Licensee
Actual Prov.
Bulk Connected
1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Sl. No. supply to Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
kW

Non-Industrial Consumers
1
2
3

etc.
Private Licencees
1
2
3

etc.

Estimated
Bulk Connected
supply to 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 1017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Sl. No. Load in
CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC CL EC
Non- kW
I d Consumers
Non-Industrial ti l
1
2
3

etc.
Private Licencees
1
2
3

etc.
Proforma - 10

ANNUAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE – ACTUAL DATA

Name of Public Utility/ S E B/Licensee/ Elect. Deptt……………………………………

Name of City ………………………………...……………….

DESCRIPTION 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-11
(prov.)

Date of occurrence of
annual system peak
Time of occurrence of
annual system peak
System peak load in
MW
Details of load
shedding etc. in MW at
the time of system peak
Unrestricted system
peak load
Annual Energy
requirement in MUs
Details of energy cuts
imposed during the
d t t i ti