Wheeling Tariffs

FY2009-10 to FY2013-14 and

Retail Supply Tariffs
FY2009-10

Order 20th March 2009

Singareni Bhavan, Red Hills, Lakdi-Ka-Pool, Hyderabad – 500 004

Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission

Singareni Bhavan, Red Hills, Lakdi-ka-pool, Hyderabad – 04

ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION

TARIFF ORDER
Wheeling Tariffs
FY2009-10 FY2010-11 FY2011-12 FY2012-13 FY2013-14

Retail Supply Tariffs
FY 2009-10 In the Supply Areas of
CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF A P LTD EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF A P LTD NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF A P LTD SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF A P LTD

20th March 2009

CONTENTS
CHAPTER
CHAPTER-I:INTRODUCTION CHAPTER-II:SUMMARY OF TARIFF FILINGS PART A: WHEELING TARIFFS PART-B: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF CHAPTER-III:ISSUES RAISED/SUGGESTIONS RECEIVED AND DISCOM RESPONSES PART-A: ISSUES RELATED TO ALL DISCOMS PART-B: ISSUES RELATED TO CPDCL PART-C: ISSUES RELATED TO EPDCL PART-D: ISSUES RELATED TO NPDCL PART-E: ISSUES RELATED TO SPDCL CHAPTER-IV:STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH CHAPTER-V: ISSUES RELATED TO WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION CHAPTER-VI: WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION:CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (CPDCL) PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES PART-C: TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD CHAPTER-VII:WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION:EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (EPDCL) PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD CHAPTER-VIII WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION:NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (NPDCL) PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD CHAPTER-IX WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION:SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (SPDCL) PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD CHAPTER-X ISSUES RELATED TO:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION PART-A: SALES AND POWER PURCHSE REQUIREMENT PART-B: POWER PURCHSE COST PART-C:TARIFF CHANGES PART-D:OTHER ARR AND REVENUE ITEMS CHAPTER-XI: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION:CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (CPDCL) PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 CHAPTER-XII: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION:EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (EPDCL) PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 CHAPTER-XIII: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION:NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (NPDCL) PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT

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CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-H(v):SPDCL.CONTENTS CHAPTER PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 CHAPTER-XIV: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION:SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (SPDCL) PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 CHAPTER-XV:GENERAL ISSUES RELATED TO FILINGS PART-A:TARIFF RELATED ISSUES PART-B:SALES RELATED ISSUES PART-C:ISSUES RELATED TO CONSUMER SERVICE PART-D:ISSUES RELATED TO LICENSEE FINANCES PART-E:ISSUES RELATED TO DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY PART-F:OTHER GENERAL ISSUES CHAPTER XVI:WHEELING AND RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFFS A:WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE B:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF SCHEDULE Page 142 144 154 154 156 158 168 168 172 173 174 176 177 179 179 179 ANNEXURES ANNEXURE ANNEXURE-A:LIST OF DIRECTIVES ANNEXURE-B:LIST OF OBJECTORS ANNEXURE-C:WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE 2009-10 to 2013-14 ANNEXURE-D:SCHEDULE OF RETAIL TARIFF RATES AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN RESPECT OF THE FOUR DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES FOR FY2009-10 ANNEXURE-E(i):STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY ANNEXURE-E(ii):STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY ANNEXURE-E(iii):STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE DESPATCH OF ENERGY ANNEXURE-F:POWER PURCHASE (IN MU) WITH SALES AND LOSSES ANNEXURE-G:APGENCO'S STATION-WISE FIXED CHARGES FOR FY 2009-10 AS APPROVED BY APERC ANNEXURE-G(i):CPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-G(ii):EPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-G(iii):NPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-G(iv):SPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-G(v):SUMMARY OF VARIABLE COST FOR FSA CALCULATIONS ANNEXURE-H(i):CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-H(ii):CPDCL:CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-H(iii):EPDCL. CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-I:CPDC: COST OF SERVICE MODEL ANNEXURE-J:EPDC: COST OF SERVICE MODEL ANNEXURE-K:NPDC:COST OF SERVICE MODEL ANNEXURE-L:SPDCL:COST OF SERVICE MODEL Page 180 184 203 208 233 239 244 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 256 258 260 262 264 269 274 279 . CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ANNEXURE-H(IV):NPDCL.

Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Page No. FY2009-10 TO 2013-1 78 43: EPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period 80 44: EPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed 82 45: EPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period 82 46: EPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period 83 47:EPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period 84 48: EPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory 85 49:EPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period. FY2009-10 TO 2013-1 85 50: NPDCL: Approved Investments During the Control Period 87 51: NPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed 89 . 2009-10 21 26: EPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 22 27: NPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business. 2009-10 19 24: CPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 20 25: EPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business. 2009-10 25 30: SPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 26 31: Capital Structure filed by Licensees 67 32: Cost of Debt and Return on Equity as filed by Licensees 68 33: Cost of Capital(WACC) filed by Licensees 68 34: Loss Reduction Trajectory proposed by Licensees 69 35: Loss Reduction Trajectory Approved for the Control Period 70 36: CPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period 73 37: CPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed 75 38: CPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period 75 39: CPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period 76 40:CPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period 77 41: CPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory 78 42:CPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period. 2009-10 23 28: NPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 24 29: SPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business. 1 Programme of Public Hearings on ARRs/Tariff Filings 4 2: Number of Objections/Suggestions Received on ARR / Tariff Filings 4 3: CPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business 7 4: CPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business 7 5: CPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments 8 6: CPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period 8 7: CPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period 9 8: EPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business 9 9: EPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business 10 10: EPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments 10 11: EPDCL Filings:Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period 11 12: EPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period 11 13:NPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business 12 14: NPDCL Filings:Net ARR for Distribution Business 13 15:NPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments 13 16: NPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period 14 17: NPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period 14 18: SPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business 15 19: SPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business 16 20: SPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments 16 21: SPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period 17 22: SPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period 17 23: CPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business.

67:Availability by Source for FY 2009-10 68: Filings: Power Purchase Costs for FY 2009-10.Total 69:APERC: Power Purchase Cost for FY 2009-10 . FY2009-10 TO 2013-1 57: SPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period 58: SPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed 59: SPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period 60: SPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period 61:SPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period 62: SPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory 63:SPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period.Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table 52: NPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period 53: NPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period 54:NPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period 55: NPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory 56:NPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period. FY2009-10 TO 2013-1 64: LT Agricultural Sales 65: HT Agricultural Sales 66: Sales and Power Purchase Requirement for FY2009-10.Total 70: Cost Adjustment for D-D Energy Transfer for FY2009-10 71: Non-Conventional Energy (NCE) sources: Details for FY2009-10 72: Power Purchase Cost for FY2009-10 73: Retail Supply Tariffs Modified as part of Tariff Rationalization 74: LT VII(b) Tariff for Religious Places with Connected Load up to 1 kW 75: CPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 76: CPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 77: CPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 78: CPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 80: CPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 81:CPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 82: EPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 83: EPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 84: EPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 85: EPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 87: EPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 88:EPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 89: NPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 90: NPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 91: NPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 92: NPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 94: NPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 95:NPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 96: SPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 97: SPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 98: SPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 99: SPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 101: SPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 102:SPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 89 90 91 92 92 94 96 96 97 98 99 99 102 102 103 103 104 105 105 106 107 107 110 112 114 115 116 117 122 122 126 128 129 130 131 136 136 140 142 143 144 145 150 150 154 156 157 158 159 164 164 .

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02.P No: 19 of 2008 Southern Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Limited …Applicants These came up for public hearings before several consumers.Sekhar Reddy. Chairman Sri R. on 06.R.P No: 20 of 2008 Eastern Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Limited and O. Raghotham Rao.2009 at Hyderabad (O P No: 17 Of 2008). Member Dated: 20-03-2009 O.02. and having stood over for consideration till this day. Radha Kishen.02.P No: 18 of 2008 Northern Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Limited and O. Member Sri C. on 05.2009 at Warangal (O P No: 18 of 2008). and on 09.2009 at Ongole (O P No: 19 of 2008).2009 at Visakhapatnam (O P No: 20 of 2008). the representatives of various consumer organizations.02. on 13.P No: 17 of 2008 Central Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Limited and O. political parties and other stakeholders.ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION Hyderabad Present Sri A. the Commission passed the following common ORDER 1 .

e.P Limited and Retail the Central and the Power Distribution Company of A. to determine the tariff for wheeling and retail sale of electricity u/s 62 of the Electricity Act 2003(Act).CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION General 1. Power the Distribution holders of Company of A. notified on 14. on 29.FY2009-10 has been accepted and 2 . each distribution Licensee has to make the filings for determination of tariff for a) Wheeling (Wheeling Tariff henceforth) and b) Retail Sale of Electricity (Retail Supply Tariff henceforth) for Multi Year Tariff (MYT) Control Period of 5 years from 2009-10 to 2013-14(Control Period henceforth). respectively) to carry out the distribution business and the retail supply businesses in their respective areas of Andhra Pradesh for a period of 30 years from 01 -04-2001. The Licensees made filings for determination of wheeling tariff for the Control Period as envisaged in the Regulation 4 of 2005.2005. are Distribution (Licenses No. ‘APEPDCL’ or ‘EPDCL’). (Regulation 4 of 2005). 2005. The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC or Commission). in view of certain policy uncertainties and pending tariff fixation for few generating stations. i.e.P Limited (hereinafter. The Licensees’ request to file the retail supply tariff proposals for one year.P Limited (APCPDCL/CPDCL). 13/2000.11. the Eastern Power Distribution Company of A. Filings for Determination of Wheeling and Retail Supply Tariff 3. the APERC (Terms and Conditions for Determination of Tariff for Wheeling and Retail Sale of Electricity) Regulation. The Licensees requested for permission to file retail supply tariff filings for one year.11. 14/2000 and 15/2000. Regulation for Determination of Tariff 2.P Limited (APSPDCL/SPDCL). 2009-10(instead of five years) only. As per this Regulation 4 of 2005. i. with which reasonable prediction cannot be made for five years.2008. Supply Licenses Southern Power Distribution Company of A. the Northern (APNPDCL/NPDCL). The four Distribution Companies (hereinafter referred to as the ‘distribution Licensees’ or ‘DISCOMs’ or ‘Licensees’) namely. The Licensees submitted the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) of distribution and retail supply businesses for determination of the wheeling and retail supply tariffs.12/2000.

2009-10 to 2013-14. duly posting all of them on their respective websites. the Licensees filed the application for determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10. the wheeling tariffs for each year of the Control Period of five years.accordingly. APEPDCL. in two daily newspapers in English and two in Telugu having circulation in their respective areas. 3 .01. submitted by the four Distribution Companies viz. APCPDCL. 404 Persons/organizations (including the common objections/suggestions filed against the filings of four Licensees) sent their objections/suggestions to Secretary.. 5. from FY2009-10 to FY2013-14. The Licensees were directed to serve public notices through publication on 24. The Commission directed the Licensees to send replies to all the public objections by 02-02-2009 and also provide a copy of the same to the respective objectors by the same date. and Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 need to be determined after considering the objections/suggestions received/ heard from general public and all other stakeholders on these filings. Notification Calling for objections/suggestions 6.2009. 4. and Retail Supply Business for FY 2009-10.O P No: 20 of 2008) Warangal (APNPDCL-O P No: 18 of 2008) and Tirupathi (APSPDCL-O P No: 19 of 2008) and all Superintending Engineers interested in charge persons of and operation that circles. for inspection/perusal/purchase by objections/ suggestions could be filed on these proposals with the Secretary. Based on the filings. informing the general public that they had filed their respective ARR and Tariff proposals for the second control period 2009-10 to 2013-14 in respect of their distribution business. Objections/Suggestions Received 7. and for FY 2009 -10 in respect of retail supply business. of the Licensees with headquarters at Hyderabad (APCPDCL .O P No: 17 of 2008). APNPDCL and APSPDCL separately were taken on record. Following the public notice.2008. Vishakhapatnam (APEPDCL . The list of objectors is given in Annexure-B to this Order. RAC. with the Commission and that copies of the filings (together with supporting materials) were available in the offices of the Chief General Manager. APERC. on the ARR/Tariff proposals of Licensees by due date. The Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) and tariff proposals relating to the Distribution business for the control period.12. APERC. by 27.

APSPDCL APEPDCL All persons who had expressed their desire to be heard in person were also intimated in writing the dates on which they would be heard. 09.30 AM to 1. At the hearings.2009 through a press release.30 PM Auditorium.2009 Hyderabad APCPDCL Balaji Tirupathi Rao 10.30 PM to 5.2009 Warangal Auditorium.2009 Vishakhapatnam And Siripuram. was given to the four Licensees and the Government of Andhra Pradesh(GOAP): Table 1 Programme of Public Hearings on ARRs/Tariff Filings Licensee (s) on whose filings the hearings were held Date Place of hearing Time Venue 05.02. General public were also informed of the dates of public hearings on 28.00 PM Ongole VUDA Children’s 10.02. all persons /organizations who earlier had not requested for being heard in person were also accommodated. And South Bypass Road.00 PM Hyderabad APNPDCL 06. 13. The Licensee-wise break -up of objections received and the number of objectors desired to be heard in person are indicated in Table 2. 2.02.30 AM to 1. Lakdi-ka-pul 2.02.Notice of public hearings. as detailed in Table 1.30 AM to 1.30 AM to 1.30 PM to 5.30 PM University Arts & And Science College.30 PM FAPCCI Hall.2009 Ongole 2. Red And Hills. 10. Table 2: Number of Objections/Suggestions Received on ARR / Tariff Filings DISCOM Objections Objectors desired Objectors Attended Received to be heard Hearings APCPDCL APNPDCL APEPDCL APSPDCL Total 239 48 44 160 491 230 39 37 149 455 21 5 12 14 52 4 .30 PM to 5.30 PM to 5.00 PM Warangal 10.00 PM Vishakhapatnam 8.30 PM Kalyana Mandapam. 2.01.

b) then. as directed by the Commission.Public Hearings 9.02. Energy. Meeting with State Advisory Committee 11. Statement by Government of Andhra Pradesh(GoAP) 10. Energy.01. which are given in Chapter-IV. The Joint Secretary. the Commission heard all the objectors who desired to be heard in person. made a statement before the Commission during the Hearing on 09. GoAP. Some of the important issues relating to the ARR/Tariff proposals of Licensees were discussed in the State Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting held on 19. a) The Licensees made brief opening presentations at the commencement of the public hearings on their respective filings.2009 and the Commission while finalizing the Tariff Order has taken suggestions made by the members of SAC into consideration. GoAP standing in for the Special Chief Secretary. and c) the respective Licensees responded on the issues raised by the objectors during the hearing. 5 . During the hearings.2009 (at Ongole) expressing the views of GoAP.

2704. i. NPDCL and SPDCL.5508. for the Control Period while giving the details for each year. The four distribution Licensees. 33 kV. The estimated ARR is the basis for computation of the wheeling charges for each year of the Control Period. The important parts of the filing related to wheeling tariff are. Aggregate Revenue Requirement Investments Proposed Wheeling Charge Proposed Distribution Losses.11320. EPDCL. The Licensees used the estimated ARR to compute the wheeling charge at three voltages. estimated the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR). Adding the estimated taxes on income to these major components of ARR. and c) Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) at Rs. for the Control Period.3091. CPDCL filed the gross ARR for distribution business at Rs.76 Cr. b) Depreciation at Rs.CHAPTER-II SUMMARY OF TARIFF FILINGS PART-A: WHEELING TARIFFS General 12. 11 kV and LT to be paid in kind by the users of the distribution system in their respective licensed areas. and Distribution loss reduction trajectory The filings made by the Licensees with the Commission for determination of wheeling tariff are summarized separately for each Distribution Licensee. the gross ARR is placed at 6 . The Licensees also proposed voltage wise losses in percent at three voltages.07 Cr. CPDCL.e. 14. The major components of the estimated gross ARR are a) Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses at Rs.45 Cr. WHEELING TARIFF FILINGS:CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(CPDCL) Gross ARR 17. for each year of the Control Period from FY2009-10 to FY2013-14. a) b) c) d) e) 16. 15.74 Cr. 33 kV. 11 kV and LT and proposed these computed charges to be collected from users of distribution system in their respective licensed areas. 13. the revenue requirement to meet the estimated distribution cost.

Rs.11320.76 Cr. for the Control Period. The details of the gross ARR filed by CPDCL for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 3. Table 3: CPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business
(Rs Cr)

Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Gross O&M Expenses 2 799.55 930.81 1080.06 1248.96 1449.08 5508.45

Depreciation 3 382.92 501.06 625.35 730.05 851.69 3091.07

Return on Capital Employed 4 292.90 425.67 552.51 663.54 770.13 2704.74

Taxes on Income 5 3.30 3.30 3.30 3.30 3.30 16.50

Gross ARR Amount 6=(2+3+4+5) 1478.67 1860.84 2261.22 2645.85 3074.20 11320.76

Figures are rounded

Net ARR 18. CPDCL estimated the O&M expenses to be capitalized at Rs.678.36 Cr. based on forecasted O&M expenses and adopted capitalization procedures for the Control Period. CPDCL estimated the Non Tariff Income (NTI), i.e. revenue through sources other than tariff, at Rs.68.56 Cr. for the Control Period. The net ARR is computed at Rs.10573.83 Cr. after deduction of a) O&M expenses to be capitalized and b) NTI, for each year of the Control Period. It is stated that the net ARR amount will be transferred as distribution cost to retail supply business. details of net ARR filed are given in Table 4. Table 4: CPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business
(Rs Cr)

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Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Gross ARR Amount 2 1478.67 1860.84 2261.22 2645.85 3074.20 11320.76

Less O&M Expenses Non-Tariff Capitalized Income 3 4 146.09 18.90 133.85 16.17 123.64 13.54 127.84 11.09 146.94 8.86 678.36 68.56

Net ARR Amount 5=(2-3-4) 1313.67 1710.82 2124.04 2506.92 2918.39 10573.83

Figures are rounded

Investments 19. CPDCL proposed to invest a sum of Rs.8173.57 Cr. in distribution business during the Control Period. CPDCL provided the details for each investment scheme proposed during the Control Period. The proposed investment level is based on details of

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resource (network expansion and strengthening) plan incorporated in the filings. The details of the proposed investments by CPDCL are given in Table 5. Table 5: CPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments
(Rs Cr)

Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Investment 1520.89 1391.96 1353.77 1403.65 1612.24 7282.52

O&M Expenses Capitalized 146.09 133.85 123.64 127.84 146.94 678.36

Interest During Construction 38.30 37.68 47.36 44.71 44.65 212.69

Total 1705.27 1563.49 1524.76 1576.20 1803.84 8173.57

Figures are rounded

Wheeling Tariff 20. The proposed wheeling tariff consist of a) Wheeling Charge b) Distribution losses in kind at three voltage levels, 33 kV, 11 kV and Low Tension (LT). Any person who utilizes the distribution system to wheel the electricity is expected to pay the wheeling charge and compensate CPDCL for distribution losses in kind at proposed level for each year of the Control Period. Wheeling Charge 21. The estimated net ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes based on different factors such as assets, number of consumers, substations and line lengths etc. Using the apportioned ARR with contracted kVA at 33 kV and 11 kV and energy handled at LT, CPDCL computed and proposed to levy the wheeling charges in terms of a) Wheeling Charge, Rs/kVA/Month for consumers at 33 kV & 11 kV and in Rs/kWh for consumers at LT for each year of the Control Period. Distribution Loss 22. CPDCL proposed the distribution losses in percent at three voltages, 33 kV, 11 kV and LT, for each year of the Control Period. The loss percentage proposed is based on estimated energy handled and losses at respective voltage with respect to total input for each year of the Control period. The details of proposed wheeling charges and losses are given in Table 6. Table 6: CPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period Voltage 33 kV 11 kV Low Tension Charge, Charge, Financial Loss in Loss in Charge, Loss in Rs/kVA/ Rs/kVA/ Year kind kind Rs/kWh kind Month Month 2009-10 40.53 4.01% 233.53 5.79% 0.54 8.18% 2010-11 49.12 3.98% 266.18 5.74% 0.64 7.64% 2011-12 55.77 3.97% 308.64 5.68% 0.70 7.11% 2012-13 58.85 3.94% 326.10 5.61% 0.75 6.40% 2013-14 62.53 3.92% 335.21 5.50% 0.79 5.53%

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Loss Reduction Trajectory 23. CPDCL filed the loss reduction trajectory across years during the Control period. The details are given for each voltage level, and the aggregate loss trajectory is given with and without Extra High Tension (EHT) sales. The distribution loss is expected to decline from 17.97 percent in 2009-10 to 14.94 percent by 2013-14. The details filed by CPDCL are given in Table 7. Table 7: CPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 With EHT Sales 15.27% 14.50% 14.01% 13.38% 12.58% Without EHT Sales 17.97% 17.39% 16.76% 15.95% 14.94%

WHEELING TARIFF FILINGS: EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(EPDCL)
Gross ARR 24. EPDCL filed the gross ARR for distribution business at Rs.4561.05 Cr. for the Control Period while giving the details for each year. The major components of the

estimated gross ARR are a) Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses at Rs.2555.76 Cr. b) Depreciation at Rs.1065.04 Cr. and c) Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) at Rs.905.36 Cr. for the Control Period. Adding the estimated taxes on income and special appropriation amount requested for safety measures to these major components of ARR, the gross ARR is placed at Rs.4561.05 Cr. for the Control Period. The details of the gross ARR filed by EPDCL for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 8. Table 8: EPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business
(Rs Cr)

Financial Year

Gross O&M Expenses

Deprecia tion

Return on Capital Employed

Taxes on Income

Special Appr. Amount

Gross ARR Amount

1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

2 385.95 440.51 502.50 573.30 653.51 2555.76

3 157.84 185.82 215.01 238.52 267.84 1065.04

4 132.78 157.54 180.19 201.51 233.34 905.36

5 1.98 1.98 1.98 1.98 1.98 9.89

6 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 25.00

7 683.54 790.85 904.68 1020.31 1161.67 4561.05

Figures are rounded

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Net ARR 25. EPDCL estimated the O&M expenses to be capitalized at Rs.207.80 Cr. based on forecasted O&M expenses and adopted capitalization procedures for the Control Period. The net ARR is computed at Rs.4353.25 Cr. after deduction of O&M expenses to be capitalized for each year of the Control Period. It is stated that the net ARR amount will be transferred as distribution cost to retail supply business. The details of net ARR filed with the Commission are given in Table 9. Table 9: EPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business
(Rs Cr)

Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Gross ARR Amount 2 683.54 790.85 904.68 1020.31 1161.67 4561.05

Less O&M Expenses Capitalized 3 49.30 36.20 39.10 39.80 43.40 207.80

Non-Tariff Income 4 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Net ARR Amount 5=(2-3-4) 634.24 754.65 865.58 980.51 1118.27 4353.25

Figures are rounded

Investments 26. EPDCL proposed to invest a sum of Rs.2313.48 Cr. in distribution business during the Control Period. EPDCL provided the details for each investment scheme proposed during the Control Period. The proposed investment level is based on details of resource (network expansion and strengthening) plan incorporated in the filings. The details of the proposed investments by EPDCL are given in Table 10. Table 10: EPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments
(Rs Cr)

Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total
Figures are rounded

Investment 493.00 362.00 391.00 398.00 434.00 2078.00

O&M Expenses Capitalized 49.30 36.20 39.10 39.80 43.40 207.80

Interest During Construction 5.64 4.81 4.56 5.63 7.04 27.68

Total 547.94 403.01 434.66 443.43 484.44 2313.48

Wheeling Tariff 27. The proposed wheeling tariff consist of a) Wheeling Charge b) Distribution losses in kind at three voltage levels, 33 kV, 11 kV and Low Tension (LT). Any person who

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utilizes the distribution system to wheel the electricity is expected to pay the wheeling charge and compensate EPDCL for distribution losses in kind at proposed level for each year of the Control Period. Wheeling Charge 28. The estimated net ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes based on different factors such as assets, number of consumers, substations and line lengths etc. Using the apportioned ARR with contracted kVA at 33 kV and 11 kV and energy handled at LT, EPDCL computed and proposed to levy the wheeling charges in terms of a) Wheeling Charge, Rs/kVA/Month for consumers at 33 kV & 11 kV and in Rs/kWh for consumers at LT for each year of the Control Period. Distribution Loss 29. EPDCL proposed the distribution losses in percent at three voltages, 33 kV, 11 kV and LT for each year of the Control Period. The loss percentage proposed is based on estimated energy handled and losses at respective voltage with respect to total input for each year of the Control Period. The details of proposed wheeling charges and losses are given in Table 11.

Table 11: EPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period Voltage Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 33 kV Charge, Loss in Rs/kVA/ kind Month 22.25 3.56% 24.92 3.50% 26.95 3.51% 28.17 3.42% 29.94 3.34% 11 kV Charge, Loss in Rs/kVA/ kind Month 193.19 3.85% 216.00 3.82% 231.78 3.76% 243.07 3.71% 257.07 3.67% Low Tension Charge, Rs/kWh 1.00 1.09 1.15 1.19 1.25 Loss in kind

3.77% 3.64% 3.47% 3.40% 3.31%

Loss Reduction Trajectory 30. EPDCL filed the loss reduction trajectory across years during the Control Period. The details are given for each voltage level, and the aggregate loss trajectory is given with and without Extra High Tension (EHT) sales. The distribution loss is expected to decline from 11.19 percent in 2009-10 to 10.32 percent by 2013-14. The details filed by EPDCL are given in Table 12. Table 12: EPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period Financial Year With EHT Sales Without EHT Sales 2009-10 8.93% 11.19% 2010-11 8.74% 10.96% 2011-12 8.54% 10.74% 2012-13 8.35% 10.53% 2013-14 8.16% 10.32%

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10 6 1.64 392.00 0. the gross ARR is placed at Rs.64 1. NPDCL estimated the Non Tariff Income (NTI). for the Control Period while giving the details for each year.08 18.5564.01 449. Table 13:NPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business (Rs Cr) Financial Year Gross O&M Expenses Depreciation Return on Capital Employed Taxes on Income Other Expen diture Special Appr.59 22. for the Control Period.28 5564.84 7 30.5564. and c) Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) at Rs. The major components of the estimated gross ARR are a) Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses at Rs. NPDCL filed the gross ARR for distribution business at Rs.41 337.52 1120. at Rs.00 0. The net ARR is computed at Rs.56 1. revenue through sources other than tariff. The details of the gross ARR filed by NPDCL for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 13.78 Figures are rounded Net ARR 32.00 8 793. for the Control Period.5075.00 0.73 1399.86 561. for each year of the Control Period.86 389.53 14.36 1630.44 971. for the Control Period. based on forecasted O&M expenses and adopted capitalization procedures for the Control Period.99 9.00 30. b) Depreciation at Rs. It is stated that the net ARR 12 .70 Cr. Amount Gross ARR Amount 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total 2 343.49 1. Adding the estimated taxes on income and special appropriation amount requested for safety measures to these major components of ARR. after deduction of a) O&M expenses to be capitalized and b) NTI.00 60.68 260.32 Cr.37 502.32 5 3.93 366.2249.81 1279.70 2249. i.42 1.78 Cr.64 Cr.91 69.78 Cr.1630.72 7.66 399.71 278.58 3 203.94 4 210.213.WHEELING TARIFF FILINGS: NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(NPDCL) Gross ARR 31.44 Cr.58 Cr.94 Cr.08 317.97 413.e.59 1547.1547. NPDCL estimated the O&M expenses to be capitalized at Rs.275.

84 756.44 67.96 3282.37 37.39 674.27 Cr.76 33.44 971.28 5564. 11 kV and Low Tension (LT).58 634.3282. NPDCL proposed to invest a sum of Rs. The proposed wheeling tariff consist of a) Wheeling Charge b) Distribution losses in kind at three voltage levels. in distribution business during the Control Period.73 1399.14 47.49 32.96 63. Any person who utilizes the distribution system to wheel the electricity is expected to pay the 13 .71 398. Table 14: NPDCL Filings:Net ARR for Distribution Business The (Rs Cr) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Gross ARR Amount 2 793. 33 kV.27 Wheeling Tariff 34.76 5075. NPDCL provided the details for each investment scheme proposed during the Control Period.74 38.73 213. The details of the proposed investments by NPDCL are given in Table 15.74 869.78 Less O&M Expenses Capitalized 3 77.64 Figures are rounded Investments 33.76 33.amount will be transferred as distribution cost to retail supply business.65 337.48 Total 920.79 275.09 1010.52 1120. The proposed investment level is based on details of resource (network expansion and strengthening) plan incorporated in the filings.75 804.79 275.36 O&M Expenses Capitalized 77. Table 15:NPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments (Rs Cr) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Investment 779.92 62.44 67.44 Interest During Construction 63.10 50. details of net ARR filed are given in Table 14.89 2754.01 401.18 1199.99 43.86 1314.81 1279.28 252.44 Non-Tariff Income 4 33.85 327.49 32.30 58.60 30.70 Net ARR Amount 5=(2-3-4) 681.96 63.

33 kV. The estimated net ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes based on different factors such as assets.18% 2010-11 14.50 4. The loss percentage proposed is based on estimated energy handled and losses at respective voltage with respect to total input for each year of the Control Period. Table 17: NPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period Financial Year With EHT Sales Without EHT Sales 2009-10 14.91% 15.63% 7. number of consumers.63 171.60% 4.43% 7.wheeling charge and compensate NPDCL for distribution losses in kind at proposed level for each year of the Control Period.05 percent by 2013-14.64 4. The details are given for each voltage level and the aggregate loss trajectory is given with and without Extra High Tension (EHT) sales. The details filed by the Company are given in Table 17. The details of proposed wheeling charges and losses are given in Table 16. Wheeling Charge 35.89 181.84 17.05% 14 .23% Tariff for the Control Period 11 kV Low Tension Charge.48 17. Financial Loss in Rs/kVA/ Year kind Month 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 15.73% 2011-12 13. The distribution loss is expected to decline from 17.07% 16.10 190. 11 kV and LT.42 1.25% 15.46 7. Using the apportioned ARR with contracted kVA at 33 kV and 11 kV and energy handled at LT.12% 16. Loss in Charge.98 1.28 1.67% Loss Reduction Trajectory 37.15% 0.70% 4. Rs/kVA/Month for consumers at 33 kV & 11 kV and in Rs/kWh for consumers at LT for each year of the Control Period. Loss in Rs/kVA/ kind Rs/kWh kind Month 147.31% 4.71% 4.94% 6. Table 16: NPDCL Filings: Wheeling Voltage 33 kV Charge. for each year of the Control Period. NPDCL computed and proposed to levy the wheeling charges in terms of a) Wheeling Charge.63 184.93 18.40% 4.65% 2013-14 11.17 1.19% 6.23% 2012-13 12. NPDCL proposed the distribution losses in percent at three voltages. Distribution Loss 36. substations and line lengths etc. NPDCL filed the loss reduction trajectory across years during the Control Period.83% 4.58% 4.18 percent in 2009-10 to 15.34% 17.46% 4.37 17.

b) Depreciation at Rs.73 832.58 1914.8343. The net ARR is computed at Rs.12 4.94 Cr.49 405.32 5 5.61 411.02 2246. 15 .36 6 70.26 1970.60 737. Table 18: SPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Distribution Business (Rs Cr) Financial Year Gross O&M Expenses Depreciation Return on Capital Employed Taxes on Income Other Expenditure Gross ARR Amount 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total 2 555.93 4 272.88 462. revenue through sources other than tariff. for the Control Period.22 639.8343.32 Cr. It is stated that the net ARR amount will be transferred as distribution cost to retail supply business.93 Cr.57 459. i. for the Control Period while giving the details for each year. The major components of the estimated gross ARR are a) Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses at Rs.94 Figures are rounded Net ARR 39. SPDCL estimated the Non Tariff Income (NTI).56 3 304.61 4.60 Cr.88 1693. based on forecasted O&M expenses and adopted capitalization procedures for the Control Period.92 3703.1970.82 343.03 1.09 2.3703. the gross ARR is placed at Rs.79 380.77 7 1208.51 1443. Adding the estimated taxes on income and other expenditure amount requested to these major components of ARR. The details of net ARR filed are given in Table 19.7548.54 Cr.78 86.50 80. The details of the gross ARR filed by SPDCL for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 18.56 75. SPDCL estimated the O&M expenses to be capitalized at Rs.423.21 8343.56 Cr.09 938.52 17. for each year of the Control Period. for the Control Period.75 479. for the Control Period.10 531.371.80 Cr.45 571. and c) Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) at Rs. at Rs.e. SPDCL filed the gross ARR for distribution business at Rs.77 2083. after deduction of a) O&M expenses to be capitalized and b) NTI.2246.94 Cr.44 92.WHEELING TARIFF FILINGS: SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD (SPDCL) Gross ARR 38.

substations and line lengths 16 .01 O&M Expenses Capitalized 93. The proposed wheeling tariff consist of a) Wheeling Charge b) Distribution losses in kind at three voltage levels.53 1933. Table 20: SPDCL Filings: Proposed Investments (Rs Cr) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Investment 935.55 80.30 52.72 88.77 2083. Gross ARR Amount 2 1208.95 525.73 47. The details of the proposed investments by SPDCL are given in Table 20.60 Figures are rounded SPDCL proposed to invest a sum of Rs.04 567.28 671.52 Cr.45 807. The estimated net ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes based on different factors such as assets.50 56.31 1282.53 4421.30 7548.42 331.91 965.51 88. 11 kV and Low Tension (LT).94 Less O&M Expenses Capitalized 3 93.37 3718.Table 19: SPDCL Filings: Net ARR for Distribution Business (Rs Cr) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Investments 40.20 882.72 88.71 Total 1097.17 423.4421. in distribution business during the Control Period.28 1044.65 80.30 52. 33 kV.74 371.21 8343.36 73.54 Net ARR Amount 5=(2-3-4) 1038. Any person who utilizes the distribution system to wheel the electricity is expected to pay the wheeling charge and compensate SPDCL for distribution losses in kind at proposed level for each year of the Control Period.28 64.58 1914.52 Figures are rounded Wheeling Tariff 41.78 1773.80 Interest During Construction 68.48 84.91 77.74 371.68 1520. The proposed investment level is based on details of resource (network expansion and strengthening) plan incorporated in the filings. number of consumers.73 93.88 1693.51 1433. Wheeling Charge 42.80 Non-Tariff Income 4 76.53 642.55 80. SPDCL provided the details for each investment scheme proposed during the Control Period.50 56.

SPDCL filed the loss reduction trajectory across years during the Control Period.84 Loss in kind 4. and the aggregate loss trajectory is given with and without Extra High Tension (EHT) sales.92% 4.87% 4.41% Without EHT Sales 14. Rs/kVA/ Month 210.75% 4.14 1.etc. 33 kV.65% 12. The details are given for each voltage level.56% 5. 11 kV and LT.50 41.36 Loss in kind 4.23% 4. 17 .06 251.51 38.90 235. The loss percentage proposed is based on estimated energy handled and losses at respective voltage with respect to total input for each year of the Control Period. The details filed by SPDCL are given in Table 22.18% 4.64% 14.16% 12. Table 22: SPDCL Filings: Distribution Loss Trajectory for the Control Period Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 With EHT Sales 13.65% 11 kV Charge.08% 4.74% Loss Reduction Trajectory 44.78% 13.25 1.00 1. Rs.90% 12.06% 13. The filings made by the four distribution Licensees are broadly in conformity with the Regulation 4 of 2005 issued for the purpose of determining the wheeling tariff under section 62 of the Act.02% 4.79 Loss in kind 5.75% 4. SPDCL proposed the distribution losses in percent at three voltages.20 250.35% 14.81% 4.61 260.09 39. Using the apportioned ARR with contracted kVA at 33 kV and 11 kV and energy handled at LT.49% 13.28 42. Rs/kVA/ Month 34.68% 4. Rs/kWh 1.64 percent in 2009-10 to 13.98% 4. Table 21: SPDCL Filings: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period Voltage Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 33 kV Charge.50 percent by 2013-14./kVA/Month for consumers at 33 kV & 11 kV and in Rs/kWh for consumers at LT for each year of the Control Period. for each year of the Control Period.35 1. The details of proposed wheeling charges and losses are given in Table 21.50% Conclusion on Wheeling Tariff Filings 45.12% Low Tension Charge. SPDCL computed and proposed to levy the wheeling charges in terms of a) Wheeling Charge. The distribution loss is expected to decline from 14. Distribution Loss 43. The Commission has taken the filing on record and examined it in detail with appropriate consideration of objectors’ views for the purpose of determination of Wheeling Tariff and Loss Reduction Trajectory.

48. The important parts of the filing related to retail supply tariff are. Sales and Power Procurement Aggregate Revenue Requirement Revenue from Sale of Power Revenue from Other Sources Revenue Gap. Based on estimated ARR and estimated revenue from different consumer categories. The power procurement requirement to meet the estimated sales is estimated at 35938 MU for FY2009-10. CPDCL. i. and Proposed Tariff Changes The filings made by the Licensees for determination of retail supply tariff are summarized separately for each distribution and retail supply Licensee. the revenue required to meet the estimated retail supply cost. CPDCL estimated the sale of electricity to different consumer categories at 28. The estimated power procurement is inclusive of transmission and distribution losses for FY2009-10 as per filings made by APTRANSCO and CPDCL respectively. 47. The estimated ARR is the basis for computation of the tariffs which would be levied on the retail consumers to recover the ARR during the year. The total power purchase 18 . RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FILINGS: CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(CPDCL) Sales and Power Procurement 51.e. a) Development charges b) Change of category of Consumers c) Certain modification to the definition of consumer categories. The Licensees proposed the existing tariff for different consumer categories without any change in charges to be levied for FY2009-10.PART-B: RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF General 46. a) b) c) d) e) f) 50. for FY2009-10. EPDCL. the shortage of the revenue to meet the estimated ARR. estimated the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR). The four distribution and retail supply Licensees. NPDCL and SPDCL. the Licensees computed the revenue gap.959 MU for FY2009-10. i.e. The Licensees also proposed certain changes related to. 49. for FY2009-10.

a) b) c) d) energy charges fixed charges customer charges revenue from other charges.73 459. The details of gross ARR estimated for FY2009-10 are given in Table 23.32 0. CPDCL estimated the gross ARR for FY2009-10 at Rs.9743.4.7680.75 Cr.53 Cr.00 9743. Adding all the individual costs permitted to be recovered as per the Regulation 4 of 2005.67 7745. While making the filings. and transmission tariff respectively. 53.28 Revenue from Sale and Other Sources 54. the total revenue from retail supply business for FY 2009-10 is placed at Rs.57 Cr.49 1313. CPDCL filed the gross ARR for retail supply business for FY2009-10. Table 23: CPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business.75 129. a) adopted the SLDC cost and Transmission cost for FY2009-10 as per the filings made by APTRANSCO for determination of charges and fee for SLDC. for FY2009-10. Adding the estimated net revenue from electricity trading at Rs.7684.7745. and d) included the annual interest cost on consumer security deposits held by it as expense item in the ARR filings made by it as per the Regulation 4 of 2005.cost from various sources to meet the power procurement requirement is estimated at Rs. b) adopted the estimated distribution cost for FY2009-10 as per filings made by it for determination of wheeling tariff for FY2009-10 to 2013-14. The revenue estimated for each category of consumers consists of. 2009-10 (Rs Cr) Financial Year SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchase PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Gross ARR Figures are rounded Amount 17. the power procurement cost and power evacuation cost from Central Generating Stations (through PGCIL and ULDC cost).08 65.28 Cr. it has. Aggregate Revenue Requirement 52.23 12. c) estimated sales to different consumer categories. if any 19 .04 Cr. CPDCL estimated the revenue from sale of 28959 MU of electricity at proposed tariff and revenue from sources other than tariff (non tariff income) at Rs. for FY2009-10.

for FY2009-10. Revenue and Revenue gap filed for FY2009-10 are given in Table 24.28 7684.Revenue Requirement. CPDCL proposed certain changes in categorization of consumers without any change in charges.71 Cr.e) non-tariff income. CPDCL did not quantify the revenue impact of the proposed changes in the filings.71 Proposed Tariff Changes 56. Table 24: CPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs Cr) Item 1. EPDCL estimated the sale of electricity to different consumer categories at 9740 MU for FY2009-10. Rs Cr 2. apportioned to consumer class g) HT incentive amount as deductible item Revenue Gap 55.2058. at Rs. With the estimated revenue requirement and revenue from all sources. The details of ARR.04 4. i.e.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. directly attributable to consumer class f) non-tariff income. CPDCL will have a revenue gap. These proposals are. b) to include Rythu Bazaars run by Government of Andhra Pradesh in LT Category VII: General. The total power purchase cost from various sources to meet the power procurement requirement is estimated at Rs. procurement is inclusive of transmission and distribution losses for FY2009-10 as per filings made by APTRANSCO and EPDCL respectively. CPDCL did not provide any information on how it will deal with the revenue gap for FY2009-10. 20 . and c) to incorporate certain modifications in case of a)duration for availing temporary supply and b)definition for LT Domestic and LT II: Non-Domestic categories. The power procurement requirement to meet the The estimated power estimated sales is estimated at 11247 MU for FY2009-10.27 Cr.2639. RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FILINGS: EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(EPDCL) Sales and Power Procurement 57. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Amount 9743. However. for FY2009-10. the shortage of revenue to meet the cost.53 2058. a) to delete HT Cat-IV (B):Agriculture to keep uniform tariff for all HT lift irrigation schemes.57 7680.

17 Cr. Adding the estimated net revenue from electricity trading at Rs. EPDCL estimated the revenue from sale of 9740 MU of electricity at proposed tariff and revenue from sources other than tariff (non tariff income) at Rs.48 Cr. EPDCL filed the gross ARR for retail supply business for FY2009-10.68 0. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) energy charges fixed charges customer charges revenue from other charges.33 4.3523. it has.93 Revenue from Sale and Other Sources 60. a) adopted the SLDC cost and Transmission cost for FY2009-10 as per the filings made by APTRANSCO for determination of charges and fee for SLDC.2739. directly attributable to consumer class non-tariff income. c) estimated sales to different consumer categories.27 44. the power procurement cost and power evacuation cost from Central Generating Stations (through PGCIL and ULDC cost).69 Cr. for FY2009-10.2940. if any non-tariff income. the total revenue from retail supply business for FY 2009-10 is placed at Rs. Adding all the individual costs permitted to be recovered as per the Regulation 4 of 2005. Table 25: EPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business.Aggregate Revenue Requirement 58.14 32.00 3523. and d) included the annual interest cost on consumer security deposits held by it as expense item in the ARR filings made by it as per the Regulation 4 of 2005.24 2639. While making the filings. The revenue estimated for each category of consumers consists of. 59. EPDCL estimated the gross ARR for FY2009-10 at Rs.93 Cr. b) adopted the estimated distribution cost for FY2009-10 as per filings made by it for determination of wheeling tariff for FY2009-10 to 2013-14.200. The details of gross ARR estimated for FY2009-10 are given in Table 25. and transmission tariff respectively. apportioned to consumer class HT incentive amount as deductible item 21 . 2009-10 (Rs Cr) Financial Year SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchase PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Gross ARR Figures are rounded Amount 6.29 162.97 634.

the shortage of revenue to meet the cost. EPDCL did not provide any information on how it will deal with the revenue gap for FY2009-10. RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FILINGS: NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD(NPDCL) Sales and Power Procurement 63. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Amount 3523. The estimated power procurement is inclusive of transmission and distribution losses for FY2009-10 as per filings made by APTRANSCO and NPDCL respectively.93 2940.583. Table 26: EPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs Cr) Item 1. However EPDCL did not quantify the revenue impact of the proposed changes in the filings. at Rs. b) to include Rythu Bazaars run by Government of Andhra Pradesh in LT Category VII: General. These proposals are. Revenue and Revenue gap filed for FY2009-10 are given in Table 26.17 2739. The details of ARR. for FY2009-10. With the estimated revenue requirement and revenue from all sources.76 Cr.48 200. a) to delete HT Cat-IV (B):Agriculture to keep uniform tariff for all HT lift irrigation schemes. and c) to include rural horticulture nurseries in LT Category V(A):Agriculture on advice of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. NPDCL estimated the sale of electricity to different consumer categories at 9797 MU for FY2009-10. EPDCL proposed certain changes in categorization of consumers without any change in charges. d) to include salt manufacturing units in LT Category V(A) on par with corporate farmers & IT assesses.Revenue Gap 61. EPDCL will have a revenue gap.69 583.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading.e. e) to incorporate certain modifications in case of a)duration for availing temporary supply and b)definition for LT Domestic and LT II: Non-Domestic categories. The power procurement requirement to meet the estimated sales is estimated at 12026 MU for FY2009-10. i. The total power purchase 22 .76 Proposed Tariff Changes 62.Revenue Requirement 2.

a) adopted the SLDC cost and Transmission cost for FY2009-10 as per the filings made by APTRANSCO with the Commission for determination charges and fee for SLDC and transmission tariff.23 161.83 Revenue from Sale and Other Sources 66.95 Cr. 2009-10 (Rs Cr) ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchase PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Gross ARR Figures are rounded Amount 6.10 Cr. While making the filings. NPDCL estimated the revenue from sale of 9797 MU of electricity at proposed tariff and revenue from sources other than tariff (non tariff income) at Rs.74 2709. NPDCL estimated the gross ARR for FY2009-10 at Rs. c) estimated sales to different consumer categories.16 15. the total revenue from retail supply business for FY 2009-10 is placed at Rs.1820.00 3622.83 Cr. the power procurement cost and power evacuation cost from Central Generating Stations (through PGCIL and ULDC cost).1697. 65. Adding the estimated net revenue from electricity trading at Rs.14 0. The revenue estimated for each category of consumers consists of. NPDCL filed the gross ARR for retail supply business for FY2009-10.85 Crs.53 4.cost from various sources to meet the power procurement requirement is estimated at Rs.73 44.2709. b) adopted the estimated distribution cost for FY2009-10 as per filings made by it with the Commission for determination of wheeling tariff for FY200910 to 2013-14. Table 27: NPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business. for FY2009-10.3622.73 Cr. for FY2009-10. a) energy charges b) fixed charges 23 .30 681. and d) included the annual interest cost on consumer security deposits held by it as expense item in the ARR filings made by it as per the Regulation 4 of 2005. Aggregate Revenue Requirement 64. The details of gross ARR estimated for FY2009-10 are given in Table 27.123. Adding all the individual costs permitted to be recovered as per the Regulation 4 of 2005.

at Rs.88 Cr.10 123. With the estimated revenue requirement and revenue from all sources. SPDCL estimated the sale of electricity to different consumer categories at 13107 MU for FY2009-10. Revenue and Revenue gap for FY2009-10 are given in Table 26.1801. The power procurement requirement to meet the estimated sales is estimated at 15934 MU for FY2009-10. (SPDCL) Sales and Power Procurement 68. Table 28: NPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs Cr) Item 1. for FY2009-10.c) d) e) f) g) customer charges revenue from other charges.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. for FY2009-10. if any non-tariff income. Aggregate Revenue Requirement 69. apportioned to consumer class HT incentive amount as deductible item Revenue Gap 67. 24 .95 1697. The estimated power procurement is inclusive of transmission and distribution losses for FY2009-10 as per filings made by APTRANSCO and SPDCL respectively. NPDCL did not provide any information on how it will deal with the revenue gap for FY2009-10. a) adopted the SLDC cost and Transmission cost for FY2009-10 as per the filings made by APTRANSCO with the Commission for determination charges and fee for SLDC and transmission tariff.3780.85 1801. The details of ARR. While making the filings. the shortage of revenue to meet the cost. SPDCL filed the gross ARR for retail supply business for FY2009-10. NPDCL will have the revenue gap. directly attributable to consumer class non-tariff income.83 1820. The total power purchase cost from various sources to meet the power procurement requirement is estimated at Rs.40 Cr.88 RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FILINGS: SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD.Revenue Requirement 2. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Amount 3622.

and d) included the annual interest cost on consumer security deposits held by it as expense item in the ARR filings made by it as per the Regulation 4 of 2005. 2009-10 (Rs Cr) ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchase PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Gross ARR Figures are rounded Amount 8. Table 29: SPDCL Filings: Gross ARR for Retail Supply Business.06 0. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) energy charges fixed charges customer charges revenue from other charges. apportioned to consumer class HT incentive amount as deductible item Revenue Gap 72. for FY2009-10.84 35.3937. directly attributable to consumer class non tariff income.60 Revenue from Sale and Other Sources 71. SPDCL will have the revenue gap. SPDCL estimated the revenue from sale of 13107 MU of electricity at proposed tariff and revenue from sources other than tariff (non tariff income) at Rs.b) adopted the estimated distribution cost for FY2009-10 as per filings made by it with the Commission for determination of wheeling tariff for FY200910 to 2013-14.78 1038.01 Cr. The revenue estimated for each category of consumers consists of.5156. if any non tariff income. SPDCL estimated the gross ARR for FY2009-10 at Rs.3606.48 5.e. at Rs. Adding all the individual costs permitted to be recovered as per the Regulation 4 of 2005.331.1219. the total revenue from retail supply business for FY 2009-10 is placed at Rs. 70.00 5156. With the estimated revenue requirement and revenue from all sources.40 62. the shortage of revenue to meet the cost.25 25 . The details of gross ARR estimated for FY2009-10 are given in Table 29.31 3780. Adding the estimated net revenue from electricity trading at Rs.71 225. the power procurement cost and power evacuation cost from Central Generating Stations (through PGCIL and ULDC cost). i. c) estimated sales to different consumer categories.34 Cr.35 Cr.60s Cr.

Revenue Requirement 2.35 3606. for FY2009-10. SPDCL did not provide any information on how it will deal with the revenue gap for FY2009-10.25 Conclusion on Retail Supply Tariff Filings 73. The details of ARR.Cr. Table 30: SPDCL Filings: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs Cr) Item 1. The Commission has taken the filing on record and examined it in detail with appropriate consideration of objectors’ views for the purpose of determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Amount 5156.01 1219. Revenue and Revenue gap filed for FY2009-10 are given in Table 30.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading.60 3937. The filings made by the four distribution Licensees are broadly in conformity with the Regulation 4 of 2005 issued by the Commission for the purpose of determining the retail supply tariff under section 62 of the Act. 26 .34 331.

Power Purchase at Higher Costs 77. the DISCOMs have projected a total requirement of 75145 MU and a shortage of 378 MU. Presuming availability of gas from the wells of 27 . If the issue is not addressed expeditiously. the GoAP directed DISCOMs for revival of the project. EPDCL and SPDCL) BPL Power Project and other IPPs 76. the DISCOMs are finalizing the amendments to the PPA. First meeting on the PPAs was conducted on 24-01-2009 and some of the issues have been discussed before finalization of PPAs (CPDCL.CHAPTER-III ISSUES RAISED/SUGGESTIONS RECEIVED AND DISCOM RESPONSES PART-A: ISSUES RELATED TO ALL DISCOMS Issues Related to APGENCO 74. DISCOMs should finalize PPAs with APGENCO for old and new projects. APGENCO should be encouraged in a competitive environment in the power sector with level playing field. The basis for the estimation of power purchases from the gas-based power plants is also not explained. DISCOMs: M/s BPL has approached GOI for revival of the project. Based on the recommendations of the Committee. As per the directions of GoAP. (i) The moves at the governmental level for the revival of BPL Power Project does not auger well for the autonomous functioning of the APERC (ii) Consumers are being burdened because of the lopsided PPAs with IPPs. Recently. The payments to APGENCO are not even being arranged promptly. DISCOMs: No discrimination is shown against APGENCO 75. For the next financial year. the DISCOMs would file revalidated PPA before APERC for approval. the receivables of APGENCO would increase further DISCOMs: Finalization of long term PPA is under process as the Licensee has to enter into a PPA with APGENCO for new projects with prior approval of APERC (NPDCL). As per the advice of GOI. GoAP constituted a high level committee for revival. till now. the lands belonging to APGENCO at Krishnapatnam were given away to Reliance Energy Limited. After finalizing the amendments. Because of these discriminatory practices. APGENCO lost nearly Rs 1800 Cr.

The high fixed costs is to meet the cost of capital invested.. If these projects are able to generate power in 2009-10.e. some projections of energy availability have been made for 2009-10 from APGENCO’s stations which are under implementation. Bhoopalpally and RTPP-III. and steep increase in demand on account of HT lift irrigation schemes. Due to non-availability of sufficient power. Hence. The fixed and variable costs from these stations do not differ much from the old stations and thus the overall cost of APGENCO stations is less than Rs.. However. energy shortage during that month has been projected and therefore the deficit power of DISCOMs has to be procured from external sources. because the new generation sources are carrying a high cost of power on account of fixed and variable costs. Consumers should not be penalized for inefficient operations by DISCOMs. This again underlines the imperative need for regulating fixed and variable costs in a rational way DISCOMs: Under purview of APERC (SPDCL).25 per unit. 2. From ARRs.2. the energy deficit for each 30 min/ 15 min block would be different and 28 . The supply of gas to the IPPs is expected this year. DISCOMs: DISCOMs have projected month wise energy requirement and availability (arrived based on sales projections during that month grossed up with projected losses)..15 against power purchase cost per unit during 2009-10 is expected to be Rs.2.Reliance Industries Ltd. Finally. it is not clear with regard to action taken by DISCOMs to modify existing methods of purchase of power i.37 for FY 2008-09 (NPDCL). The fixed costs are two part tariff components as per the section 45 of Electricity Act 2003. in KG basin from this month onwards and expected addition of installed capacity by about 1220 MW from VTPS-IV. Hon’ble Commission is requested to disallow power purchase at higher cost while calculating “Power purchase cost”. the proposed average Rs. the DISCOMs have made the above estimates.e. the Licensees are compelled to purchase power at higher costs from power traders and through UI mechanism. They have explained that the expected improvement in availability of power may not result in significant relief on the cost front. the power is purchased on need basis from available sources to meet the gap (EPDCL) Methods of Power Procurement 78. measures taken to purchase power on hourly basis so that least cost stations need not be backed down which effectively leads to purchase of correct quantity of power (i. the interest shall be paid on full loan amount. equal to peak demand shortage only). Based on the market trend. load shedding would not arise (CPDCL). in order to maintain minimum 7 hour power supply to agricultural consumers. in reality. Initially.

The valid DTRs are 49. is being followed now (EPDCL). as mentioned in the Tariff Order 2008-09. The Licensee believes that only reasonable growth is considered and would hold well for the second control period 2009-14 (SPDCL) Agricultural Consumption Estimates 80. as communicated by APERC. the sales forecast has been developed in the month of October 08 duly considering all the relevant factors at that time. Agricultural consumption depends on various factors other than number of hours of supply such as ground water availability. readings of meters installed on LV side of sample DTRs are very crucial.000 meters installed at sample DTRs are not explained. there has been abundant rain fall and good ground water. the agricultural consumption of CPDCL decreased by about 1000 MU (CPDCL). the energy consumption forecast for retail supply business will be submitted based on the orders of Hon’ble Commission at that time (CPDCL). DISCOMs are putting their full effort in optimizing the power purchase and sale based on day-today projections and scheduling the power from different sources Sales Forecast 79. The reasons for abysmal performance in recording readings of about 30. the suggestion of the petitioner will be looked into (EPDCL). Other DISCOMs did not present the method followed in arriving at the figures. DISCOMs: The methodology on arriving agricultural consumption by taking sample DTR meter readings feeding agricultural services. In some areas. the rain fall was scanty and ground water was less and for the last three years. For the balance control period.1% in case of NPDCL. Prior to 2004. During 2007-08. leading the farmers to opt for paddy instead of irrigated dry crop. on an average only 19% of the readings are reliable or correctly/regularly recorded. However. The effects of global recession have not percolated to the end user-level till then. number of crops per year. (i) Only SPDCL presented the procedure followed in estimating the agricultural consumption. The current global recession needs to be factored into while arriving at the total energy consumption during the second control period 2009-14 DISCOMs: The energy consumption taken is for one year for retail supply business as per the orders of Hon’ble APERC. Therefore. much higher than the average of 19% mentioned 29 .there is a possibility of energy deficit in certain time blocks and surplus in certain time blocks and no deficit/ surplus in the entire month. type of crop. the sales forecast of NPDCL has been prepared based on historical and end use method only (NPDCL). (ii) Under the present agricultural consumption estimate. But. the farmers have gone for third crop also.

2. have the DISCOMs proposed this change on their own. EPDCL and SPDCL due to this change in the next financial year? DISCOMs: SPDCL has not proposed any such change in its ARR filings this year (SPDCL). power purchase cost has been projected and filed for the FY 2009-10.59 lakh due to change in the next financial year. The Licensee has 67. if the tariff is applied to HT cat IV (B).by the petitioner (NPDCL). As furnished in the ARR.36 per unit to the consumers covered under HT Cat-IV (B) so far? Or. Has the GoAP changed its policy and directed the DISCOMs to charge tariff of Rs. the revenues also get affected (CPDCL and NPDCL). What are the expected increases in revenues of NPDCL. The DISCOMs proposed to delete HT-IV(B): Agriculture category with nil energy tariff in their filings. There is an imperative need to levy electric traction tariff at a reasonable rate so that nation’s dependence on imported oil can be reduced. more areas in AP can be electrified and the impact on railway tariff for goods/passengers can be minimized DISCOMs: Under the purview of the Hon’ble Commission 30 . many of the HT lift irrigation schemes maintained by GoAP are being transferred to the private societies. DISCOMs: Based on the DISCOM’s requirement and availability. The additional energy requirement projected by railways can be met by the DISCOMs for the FY 2009-10 Tariff for Lift Irrigation Schemes run by Societies 82. The DISCOM may provide free supply in co-ordination with GoAP (EPDCL).66% of valid metered DTRs for its agricultural consumption estimate in the current ARR filings (SPDCL). DISCOMs have projected energy sales in MU to railways for the second control period 2009-10 to 2013-14 without taking into account electrification of new sections in south central railway.83 Cr. Hence.8. contrary to the policy of the GoAP? CPDCL has shown increase in revenue by Rs. Any increase in the consumption of agricultural sector (under free quota) will affect the revenue of DISCOM. EPDCL will get revenue of Rs. Tariff for Railways 83. for 200910 due to this change. Sales Projections for Railways 81. as the consumption of free quota increases. the same quantity of units (kWh) of agricultural consumption is accepted by Commission every year for providing subsidy by GoAP.

and finally for ferro alloys. the Commission directed the DISCOMs (Para 239) to come up with proposals on this issue for the second control period. The CoS calculation is being worked out on year-on-year basis. Increase in transmission and distribution cost may be attributed to the higher level of investments done by the DISCOMs and increased financing costs incurred.4.Cost of Service and Tariff for Railways 84. the cost of power is a significant portion of cost of production. Hence a percent difference between CoS and power purchase cost cannot be an appropriate indicator. In the Tariff Order 2008-09. Reduced CoS and likely increase in consumption of energy in 2009-10 due to electrification of additional TKM of 190 would have to reflect in reduction of tariff. In addition.45 per unit during 2008-09 and the DISCOMs proposed the same tariff for year 2009-10. Tariffs applicable to these consumers should reflect the cost of marginal power purchases by the utilities. Andhra Pradesh Ferro Alloys were being given power supply at 132 kV @Rs. ferro alloys take supply at only one point while railways take supply at many points and yet demand charges are not levied. below Rs. But none of them made any satisfactory reference to it 31 .2. is higher by 46% compared to power purchase cost.16 per kWh for the year 2009-10. Higher Tariff for Malls and Hoardings 86.00 DISCOMs: The cost of service for any consumer category includes all the costs incurred by the DISCOMs in serving a particular category of consumers.2. The cost of service (CoS) in respect of railways. The cost of service for any consumer category is not limited to cost of power purchase only and it also includes cost of transmission. the subject falls under the purview of Hon’ble Commission. With regard to tariff fixation. particularly during peak hours. Tariff for Railways like Ferro Alloy Units 85. Hence. the average rate of power purchase cost is estimated at Rs. including system losses and other network expenditure. cost of distribution and other metering/ billing costs. apart from being a public service organization and providing employment to a large number of people DISCOMs: Comparison cannot be drawn between ferro alloys and railways because – load factor of ferro alloys is much higher at 85 percent (which indicates optimum use of network and generation capacity). As per ARRs of DISCOMs. The projected additional units by railways for the year 2009-10 may not create a significant impact on the CoS calculation. similarity cannot be drawn between the two categories. Railway traction is also a power intensive unit similar to ferro alloys.

it may consider giving suitable incentives Tariff for Ferro Alloy Units.a with a minimum of Rs.12 per kWh as the cost of service for 132 kV consumers has been around Rs.DISCOMs: APERC to examine the issue (EPDCL). DISCOMs: Maintaining PF of 0. Discontinue incentive scheme to HT-I industries or else extend similar scheme to HT-V Railway traction DISCOMs: The present incentive scheme for HT-I consumers is based on load factor and hence extending the same to HT-V railways may not be appropriate.e.50 as per Para 201).85 per kWh or a reasonable tariff close 32 .95. the Licensee has to submit a proposal for revised tariff for hoardings and shopping malls. as a Licensee.9 to 0. of above 0.e. it is not clear as to what is the basis for 24% of interest p. There is no mention in the Tariff Order page 207 – part-C item-II Reconnection charges. Reduce the tariff to pre 2005-06 level. APERC directed that no Licensee shall levy and collect any disconnection charges (i. Only reconnection charges of Rs. a study is being conducted to create separate category or differentiating tariff under existing LT-Category-II (NPDCL). However. levied and collected as per section-56 of 2003 Act. these services are being billed under higher tariff i. LT-Category-II. if the Hon’ble Commission decides to raise the required minimum level of PF from 0. Rs. Collection of Disconnection Charges 87. Reconnection charges are collected wherever actual disconnection has taken place (CPDCL). Rs. to encourage energy conservation measures undertaken by railways.9 is considered to be basic minimum criteria and incentives need not be extended for maintaining PF at a level higher than 0.2.95 or above. i.1. No disconnection charges have been fixed by the APERC though required to be fixed. The DISCOM. Suggestion is not agreeable (CPDCL)..9 of Hon’ble Commission vide TO 2008-09. As per fresh directive No.50 are being collected after physical disconnection and payment of dues (SPDCL and NPDCL). Presently.75/DISCOMs: The Licensee is not collecting any disconnection charges. Further.e.. However. in the Context of Electricity Act 2003 90. HT Incentive Scheme for Railways 88. Give incentive for higher power factor. has to obey the orders of Hon’ble APERC and the DISCOM has no comments (EPDCL). Incentive for higher Power Factor (PF): 89.9. At Para 202 of Page-77 of Tariff Order dated 20-03-08.

2. the Commission is requested to revise the minimum charges for the consumers.per month (CPDCL). at Rs. Hence. under the purview of Hon’ble Commission to examine the of Load factor 85 percent.25/. in line with the provisions of the Electricity Act. This is furnished by the applicant in the application form. whereas tariff is purely consumption charges.to Rs. We disagree to reduce the minimum charges of Rs. reasonable tariff is proposed for ferro alloys units (EPDCL) Tariff for Ferro Alloy Units-Cross Subsidy Component 91. the contention of the objector is not true as the Licensee has not collected any revenue against the Tariff Order as the monthly minimum charges are being collected as per the connected load of the consumer only (NPDCL). Cost of supply depends on the sales estimates and expenditure on all categories of services. 2003 DISCOMs: the tariff from the year 2005-06 on wards is reduced from Rs.87 to Rs. The tariff fixations are under the purview of Hon’ble Commission. Considering the irregularities in the enumeration of connected load figures.12 per kWh as deemed fit by the Hon’ble APERC. DISCOMs: The connected load is not fixed by DISCOM. However Ferro alloy units are highly power intensive (nature) industries.45 even though power purchase cost and other costs increased (CPDCL). The ferro alloy units may be permitted to pay only the cross subsidy component of the tariff when the units fail to consume energy equivalent to 85% load factor.per month.2. Connected Load is taken into account while the consumer applies for connection or additional load. maintaining of 85 percent annual load factor is not a burden to Ferro alloy units (EPDCL) Reduction in Minimum Charges 92. consuming less than 50 units per month. irrespective of connected load. to avoid anomaly of collecting huge amounts by DISCOMs DISCOMs: Disagreed for change of 85 percent annual load factor (CPDCL). However.25/. 33 . Average revenue per unit is inclusive of current consumption charges. monthly minimum charges and customer charges. the connected load in the consumer premises will be examined and registered accordingly (EPDCL). Consumers are being classified based on the actual connected load only (SPDCL). While giving new connection or additional load.2.

The DISCOM has not enough resources to motivate the consumers for group wells. as replied earlier. An integrated approach is very much necessary and as such NGOs may come forward to encourage and enlighten the farmers on group wells and energy-water management techniques. There is no scheme for regularizing unauthorized services without charging any fee. NGOs and Government may come forward to take up the job of group wells. the Licensee has earlier released agricultural services to consumers under SC Jeevana Dhara wells which are being utilized from a common well. DISCOMs: Group wells under a society will be given agricultural service connection under LT-V category as per the rules. 11449. In FY2008-09. 200506. In the fiscal years 2004-05. CPDCL will cooperate in this regard (CPDCL). The suggestion is noted (NPDCL). Implementation of APERC’s suggestion on group wells by DISCOMs in Tariff Order 2008-09. 36855 unauthorized services are regularized. The exact number of agricultural connections should be ascertained by adopting flawless methods as there is propensity among the distribution companies to inflate 34 . NGOs and Government may come forward to take up the job of group wells.. The Licensee is regularizing unauthorized agricultural services by collecting the necessary development charges and without levying any penalties (SPDCL). An integrated approach is very much necessary and as such nongovernment organizations may come forward to encourage and enlighten the farmers on group wells and energy-water management techniques. the DISCOM has not enough resources to motivate the consumers to go for group wells. within 7 days and Hon’ble OERC is allowing a rebate of 10 paise/unit for payment within 7 days. 35818.Group Wells 93. The Hon’ble Commission is requested to consider the railways plea to implement the above incentives for the year 2009-10 DISCOMs: In the purview of APERC Agricultural Connections 95. Hon’ble MERC is allowing 1% incentive for early payment i. 26521 and 21025 of unauthorized agricultural services respectively were regularized. 2006-07 and 2007-08. The regularization of unauthorized agricultural connections is being done regularly.e. EPDCL will cooperate in this regard (EPDCL) Incentive for early payment 94.

Future Agricultural Connections 96. In ARR. It is opined that the matter may be looked into duly interacting with irrigation authorities for convincing the farmers to surrender their connections subsequent to surface irrigation (EPDCL). Census of agricultural services is done in 2002 (SPDCL). in 1600 MW Krishnapatnam thermal power plant so as to avail the generated power at cheaper cost. DISCOMs: The Licensee is investing about Rs. The DISCOMs may interact with the irrigation department from time to time to phase out the agricultural pumpsets. suggestion will be examined (EPDCL). NPDCL and EPDCL). The DISCOM is in touch with the irrigation department. telecom etc.. the projections were made based on the report from irrigation department (NPDCL). lands etc. DISCOMs: As per the guidelines of the Hon’ble APERC. APTRANSCO and DISCOMs have vast network of lines and substations. This figure cannot be altered without the permission of APERC (CPDCL. HVDS in the newly irrigated areas may not be necessary. the phasing out of the AGL pump sets consequent to surface irrigation is not under the purview of the DISCOM. which can be effectively utilized for taking up many other business like cable operations. The DISCOMs may provide the projections in this regard. The irrigation department is paying for several lift irrigation schemes (SPDCL) Entry into Other Businesses 97.200 Cr.the figure of agricultural connections to show reduced T and D losses and this practice is highly depreciable and needs to be suppressed. The suggestion regarding HVDS is very pertinent and it will be considered while planning HVDS projects (CPDCL). DISCOMs:The electricity connection can be dismantled on consumer’s request only. in line with section-41 and 51 of the Electricity Act2003 and regulations issued by APERC to make themselves self sustaining and also reduce the increasing revenue gap.. the agricultural consumption estimate is prepared considering number of authorized and unauthorized services existing as per Census 2001. About 40 Lakhs acres are expected to get the surface irrigation facility in next five years. 35 . Commercial viability along with the resources available needs to be studied before entering other business (SPDCL).

claiming it as the additional revenue gap exceeding the limits prescribed by it due to uncontrollable factors. going by the experience in the three year first control period.6 of 2004 in this regard (EPDCL) True up of Expenses 99.15 Cr.a. it is to be noted that APGENCO has claimed an additional sum of Rs. As per Sec-47(4) of 2003 Act. under purview of APERC (NPDCL). the accumulated amount for such additional claims may be much more. if the Hon’ble Commission allows true up or special appropriation of the additional claims of the DISCOMs for the next control period of five years. (i) the gap is shown without hiking the retail supply tariffs. for the period of four years from 2005-06 to 2008-09. On APGENCO’s petitions pertaining to these claims. on the security deposits (SPDCL and CPDCL). at the end of the period.62 Cr. if the additional revenue gap is caused by uncontrollable factors. DISCOMs: Under the purview of the Commission (SPDCL). the distribution Licensee shall pay interest equivalent to the bank rate or more on security deposit referred to sub-section 1(a) and (b). The DISCOMs have not made any proposals as to how they would bridge the revenue gap.1853. revenue received and deficit/surplus if any through balance sheet and audited annual accounts every year and also the Licensee is submitting the true-ups along with the ARR filings every year. the same will add to the revenue gap of the DISCOMs and this also has to be allowed by Commission as pass through. the Hon’ble Commission has held public hearing on 2101-09. It is not clear whether APERC has specified interest rate in respect of deposits where any electric line or electrical plant or electric meter are to be provided by the Licensee. from the DISCOMs for the period of four years towards sale of its power to them. To the extent the Hon’ble Commission permits additional amount to APGENCO.Interest on Security Deposits 98. Following its long term tariff principles. In this connection. the Hon’ble Commission has to permit the true up claims.2819. As per the long term tariff principles. DISCOMs: The Licensee is paying an interest of 6% p. APERC has issued Regulation no. They have requested the Hon’ble Commission to true up the amount of Rs. expecting the support from GoAP for both present and past years true ups (ii) The Licensee is submitting records required by the Hon’ble Commission on expenditure incurred. The Licensee will abide by the orders of the Hon’ble Commission 36 .

However. The distribution losses are being reduced through proper meter readings. The DISCOMs exceeded the capital expenditure limits prescribed by the Commission but could not achieve the targets of reduction of distribution losses as decided by for the first control period. The ATC losses are less than 15 percent as the Licensee is able to collect 100 percent revenue every month (SPDCL). It is a fact that the reduction in losses is dependent to a great extent on the investments made in the structural improvement made in the sector. load based establishments (EPDCL) Return on capital employed 101. instead of the existing rate of 14%.(CPDCL). in support of introduction of the methodology of return on capital employed (RoCE). the matter is under the purview of the Hon’ble Commission (NPDCL and EPDCL) Capital expenditure and reduction of distribution losses 100. on the ground that distribution business has higher risks compared to generation or transmission DISCOMs: The DISCOM has projected its cost of capital taking only 14 percent as return on equity for the debt equity proportion of 75:25 (SPDCL). The Licensee would like to bring to the notice of the petitioner that majority of the investments during the previous control period were towards expansion and strengthening of the network (NPDCL). installation of high accuracy meters in place of mechanical meters and up gradation of system network with need based. The DISCOMs have proposed a very huge capital expenditure for the second control period DISCOMs: SPDCL has achieved the loss reduction targets fixed by the Hon’ble Commission in the first control period. billing. Despite that. In CPDCL energy audit of town/MHQ is started in the month June 2007 to bring down the losses to benchmark levels (CPDCL). as return on equity. controlling of theft. in place of return on equity. (i) the gap is shown without hiking the retail supply tariffs expecting the support from GoAP for both present and true ups of previous years (ii) While agreeing with the contention of the petitioner. it seems to be in the direction of frontloading the tariff. Despite the explanation given by the Hon’ble Commission in its tariff order for the year 2008-09. adding of DTRs. the Licensee has been submitting true-up at the end of each year along with the ARR. installing capacitors. wide installation of HVDS for agricultural services in the system and optimizing the loading of equipment. the DISCOMs are requesting the Hon’ble Commission to permit a rate of 16%. optimizing the ratio of HT/LT. Return on Capital 37 .

Have they included the FSA amounts also in their projected revenue gap? If so what are the amounts of FSA of each DISCOM and the reasons for the same? DISCOMs: The Licensee has not included the FSA amounts in the current ARR filings. necessary fuel surcharge adjustments will be done in consumer bills (EPDCL) 38 .. the financial institutions. it might be difficult in quantifying the energy conserved due to implementation of energy conservation measures Fuel Surcharge Adjustment (FSA) 103. debts and equity. monitoring and verification protocols are well established. will sanction 75 – 80 percent of the proposed investment cost. Government is reimbursing the high cost of power through special subsidy and so FSA is not projected separately. REC. etc..Employed (RoCE) is required to enable the Company to meet its cost of capital. The matter is pending with the Hon’ble Commission (SPDCL). Therefore. after approval by APERC on FSA. Return on Equity (RoE) gives leeway for some scope for cash flow as there is no other cushion. RoE will be used for financing the promoters’ contribution of 20-25 percent in ensuing projects as there is no fresh infusion of equity in the DISCOMs. after approval by APERC on FSA. the DISCOM is investing in APGENCO Krishnapatnam power plant not in an ultra power project (EPDCL) Energy Conservation Measures Incentives for Railways 102. the same will be adjusted in CC bills (NPDCL). In obedience to the Hon’ble APERC. PFC. viz. Any energy conservation measures need to be encouraged by way of reduced tariff DISCOMs: Till norms for electricity consumption. Capital investments in distribution business are being catered mainly by funding agencies as the profit of the Company is very meager. the same will be adjusted in CC bills. The Licensee has been submitting the data for FSA calculations every quarter to the Hon’ble Commission promptly. Railway(SCR) is awarded 2nd prize in energy conservation by BEE for the year 2008 for the energy conservation measures adopted by SCR. The DISCOMs are proposing RoE rate of 14 percent and are coming forward to forego the retail supply margin in the interest of consumers. The DISCOMs have not shown any claims for fuel surcharge adjustment for the year 2008-09 separately in their filings. On receipt of Hon’ble Commission’s orders. Also. it may be noted that Central Electricity Regulatory Commission guidelines have provided for RoCE (CPDCL and NPDCL). S. For the new projects.C. viz. FSA amount is not shown in the revenue gap in ARR filing (CPDCL).

It is difficult to incorporate SoP on the reverse side of the bill as it requires more space. government agencies and distribution companies should act as role models. Regulatory body and distribution companies should take proactive role by consciously generating awareness about the SoP with consumer friendly approach. Rural India is not as developed as urban India in all walks of life. the supply situation gets improved (EPDCL). rpower supply to rural areas on par with urban areas (CPDCL). as per Para-260 of the Tariff Order. 2008-09. Power Supply to Villages 104. Hopefully power sufficiency can be achieved in the near future with the addition of several new public and private generating stations (SPDCL) Compliance with Standards of Performance (SoP) 105. Once the new generating capacities based on gas become operative. power supply to the rural areas also. Efforts are on to increase the generation. section offices and EROs (SPDCL) Energy Conservation 106. power to rural consumers. reduce losses and also to conserve energy. the DISCOM is making all efforts to supply 24 hrs. duly posting it on the website of the DISCOM DISCOMs: CPDCL’s intention is also to provide 24 hrs. To achieve the objective of energy conservation. a copy may be made available. The overall power demand is more than the availability in the country which is necessitating loads shedding in most parts of the country. With regard to reduction of minimum charges for consumers in the rural areas. What is the status of the Report. There should be social audit of power consumed by public offices in order to curb the indiscriminate use of power. Efforts are in place to arrange 24 hrs. 5 of 2004. Power sector is laying lines to the interior tribal hamlets also as part of social responsibility and does not think in terms of commercial gains. except for agricultural services. The regulatory body should organize workshops in alliance with NGOs to increase awareness of SoP among the consumers.24 hrs. integrated customer service centers. SoP are prominently displayed at all the sub-division level customer service centers. this issue is being studied by the Licensee (NPDCL). EPDCL and NPDCL). as per the directive of APERC. The SoP framed by the Commission should be printed in the vernacular language on the reverse side of the bill. information is being included on the body of the bill. on 24-Hr Power Supply to rural households? If it has been submitted to the Hon’ble Commission. 39 . DISCOMs: The suggestion is noted(CPDCL. As per APERC’s Regulation No.

Farmers should also be encouraged to install capacitors on pump sets. DISCOMs: The Licensee has entered into agreement with M/s Banyan Environmental Innovations Pvt. International Resources Group Limited and M/s.12 based on the wattage of the bulbs.15/. DISCOMs: A l l possible steps are being taken for conservation of energy (CPDCL and NPDCL). like Jana Vignana Vedika. in the first phase to reduce the peak demand and avoid power purchase at higher prices. on pilot basis. DISCOMs: The Licensee has entered into agreement with M/s Banyan Environmental Innovations Pvt. Capacitors have been installed on LV side of DTRs in town and mandal head quarters(EPDCL).10. in Visakhapatnam circle.The usage of solar lamps and CFL bulbs should be encouraged. Rs.12 based on the wattage of the bulbs (SPDCL). In this project. Bureau of Energy Efficiency for implementing CFL project under BLY in Ranga Reddy north circle as a pilot project.11 and Rs. CPDCL entered into a formal agreement with M/s. for supply of CFL bulbs for Rs. The base line study for implementation of the project is being carried out and the pilot project is expected to be completed by June 2009. The DISCOMS. APERC. the negotiations are under process with the private parties in collaboration with NEDCAP to implement the BLY under CDM of UNFCCC (NPDCL). CPDCL will consider implementing the CFL project in other circles (CPDCL). for supply of CFL bulbs for Rs. Rs. Ltd. the suggestion is acknowledged. Conservation of energy should take the form of a mass movement involving all domestic users and farmers. may distribute CFLs to 75 lakh households which consume 0 to 50 units per month under the Prime Minister’s Bachat Lamp Yojana (BLY) scheme. The Licensee has launched distribution of CFL Lamps to 6. There shall be involvement of people oriented organizations. Agricultural consumers are being persuaded to adopt DSM measures. The Licensee proposes to replace the existing incandescent 40 .5 lakh of domestic consumers.for each CFL. each consumer will be provided with a maximum of 4 CFLs in exchange for 4 incandescent bulbs and also payment of Rs. An MOU has been entered with M/s OSRAM for distribution of 6. 108. 107.10. Ltd. APTRANSCO and other connected bodies.11 and Rs.5 lakhs CFLs tp domestic consumers. Till now 3 lakh CFLs are distributed and energy conservation benefits are achieved by reduction of peak load demand by 30MW in EPDCL (EPDCL). to bridge the gap between the Licensees and consumers. After implementation of the pilot project in Ranga Reddy North Circle.

Acknowledgement for the receipt of a grievance is hardly issued. Suggestion is appreciated. pamphlets are distributed in urban and rural areas detailing energy conservation tips. Proper and authentic records in the form of registers and redressal of grievances are not being kept and maintained. Member (Revenue). Chairman. Consumer grievance redressal mechanism is not very effective. Complaints filed by the complainants concerning deficiency in service or supply or any other grievance are being acknowledged promptly by the CGRF. there is a separate energy conservation cell for implementation of energy conservation measures. DISCOMs: The consumer grievance redressal mechanism with effect from 26-022005 is functioning satisfactorily. Awareness programs also have been conducted by the Licensee for employees (NPDCL). MoU is entered with M/s VIZ Technologies Pvt. Member (legal) and other staff are working on full time basis for redressing the grievances of consumers. The suggestion made for introduction of audit mechanism for the complaints handled by the CGRF is a good one for effective monitoring of grievance redressal mechanism. The consumer grievance redressal mechanism (CGRF/EPDCL) with effect from 26-02-2005 is functioning satisfactorily. There should be a complaints audit mechanism on periodical basis with the active involvement of NGOs and public spirited individuals under the monitoring and supervision of the Commission. The objector’s contention of not acknowledging of grievances and not maintaining of registers is not true and is purely imaginary (SPDCL). Ltd for fixing up of Capacitors on LV Side of agriculture DTRs to reduce losses due to reactive power (EPDCL) Consumer Grievances Redressal Forums (CGRFs) 109. Consumers are being motivated on energy conservation through wide publicity.6 Million units of energy per month.bulbs with these CFL bulbs as part of energy conservation program (SPDCL). In DISCOM. The complaints filed by the complainants concerning deficiency in service or supply or any other grievance are 41 . EPDCL has taken up distribution of CFLs supplied by M/s OSRAM in exchange of ordinary filament lamps in Vizag District targeting 6. The findings of such audits should be mandated to be published in the tariff proposals of distribution companies. On DSM measures. APERC may examine the suggestion and take appropriate decision in the matter (CPDCL and NPDCL). However action is already taken to that extent (CPDCL).5 Lakh of domestic consumers with anticipated reduction of peak load and 3. the Licensee has been giving wide publicity on utilization of CFLs in place of incandescent lamps besides replacing the existing lamps with CFLs. It is under the control of Divisional Engineer/ energy conservation.

NPDCL has finished the segregation work of town and mandal head quarter feeders for extending 24 hours supply. The proposals for segregation of agricultural services in other rural areas are under consideration (CPDCL). Complete segregation of agricultural loads may not be an economical option. single phase DTRs are erected for extending the supply to lighting loads wherever necessary on the existing feeders (NPDCL). Annual reports are also being furnished to APERC in the month of May of every year ending with March of the relevant financial year as prescribed by APERC in Regulation 1 of 2004 of APERC. The depositions made by the complainants before the forum at the time of hearings are recorded in the register and signatures of the complainants are also obtained in the register/book kept for the purpose. Therefore. instead of laying parallel feeders for agricultural loads and lighting loads. A disposal register is also maintained for recording the decisions of the forum in the form prescribed by the APERC. in the format (Form II) prescribed by the APERC. A consumer grievances register is maintained in the CGRF. The numbers and percentage of agricultural services that have installed capacitors and the amount spent on purchase and installation of capacitors by DISCOM are to be explained 42 . The agricultural services existing on these feeders were separated and supply is being extended through rural feeders. all agricultural services in towns and mandal headquarters were segregated from the domestic services through bifurcating the 11 kV feeders. indicating the complaints received and disposed within a fortnight after the closure of the quarter. Segregation of Agricultural Feeders: 110. Quarterly reports are being sent to APERC. The suggestion made for introduction of audit mechanism of the complaints handled by the CGRF is a good one for effective monitoring of grievances redressal mechanism and APERC may examine the suggestion and take appropriate decision in the matter (EPDCL). DSM Measures in Agriculture: 111.being acknowledged promptly by the CGRF. What is the status of segregation of agriculture feeders and what will be the expenditure involved in the segregation of these feeders? DISCOMs: All the agricultural feeders were bifurcated from main feeders (SPDCL). in rural areas. Installation of capacitors as part of DSM measures was made compulsory for accessing free power by agriculture consumers.

will be Rs 50 Cr. connections are fixed with capacitors and consumers are being educated and motivated for fixing of capacitors on their own (EPDCL). The cost of capacitors was borne by the GoAP (SPDCL) Implementation of HVDSs 112. was spent up to December 2008 in FY 2008-09 in Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts.46 Cr. has been approved by APERC towards expenditure on HVDS and an amount of Rs39. 4 hours during day time and 3 hours during night time (CPDCL). The 7 hours supply is being provided in two phases. HVDS program is being implemented thorough follow-up and pursuance (EPDCL) Power Supply Hours to Agricultural services 113.140 Cr. 43 .e. Under the given circumstances DISCOM is putting efforts for 7 hour power supply (NPDCL. to the end of March-2009.DISCOMs: No amount is spent by DISCOM in installation of the capacitors to the pump sets (CPDCL). up to 31-12-08. APERC has to order the DISCOMs to provide 9 hours supply to the farmers during day hours only. as allowed by APERC.90 Cr. have been provided with capacitors. 98% of agl. The honorable Commission has also inspected the HVDS works in SPDCL area (SPDCL). 3-ph supply to agriculture sector in two spells i. No proper earthings are done in HVDS that results in electricity passed through the walls.719 Cr. an amount of Rs. in 3 and 4 hour blocks. During the ensuing year. the expenditure during 2008-09. wider power fluctuations. is Rs. The particulars of projected expenditure towards HVDS for the ensuing control period 2009-14 are furnished in ARR filings. including providing of AB cable from DTR to agricultural service. 36. 89.. only (NPDCL). burning of electrical appliances and deaths. Power cuts experienced during these blocks resulting in drying of crops. in a single spell. DISCOMs: It is the government policy to provide 7 hrs. The total expenditure. the projected expenditure towards HVDS is Rs. DISCOMs: Earthings are being done as per the norms.e..36% of existing pump sets as on date. that too. For HVDS schemes 3x16+25 Sqmm AB cable is proposed in the schemes and the same is implemented in the field also as per norms (CPDCL). The implementation of HVDS schemes in NPDCL is as per norms only i. EPDCL and SPDCL).

it is difficult to monitor and coordinate at the lowest level within limited period (CPDCL). The GoAP shall take over the debt 44 . this aspect seems to have been ignored by the Licensees DISCOMs: (a)In the purview of APERC (b)In the purview of the APERC (c) in the purview of APERC(EPDCL). regularization is being done as per the direction of GoAP. The conversion of sugarcane to jaggary crushing businesses may be treated as agriculture allied businesses and may be billed at agricultural rates instead of commercial rates DISCOMs: Disagree to categorize sugar cane crushing units under agriculture category since it does not come under agriculture activity (CPDCL). However. (a)There should be a common public hearing for all the distribution companies at a common place. But. The farmers are not coming forward to get the unauthorized agriculture connections regularized (CPDCL). not in the purview of the DISCOM (NPDCL). About 4.Agriculture Allied Works 114. It is not feasible to collect the petitions from all the section offices of the company and reply within the specified time schedule (SPDCL) Debt Burden of Terminal Benefits of Employees 117. a separate public hearing need to be held in that district (c) At Para-169 of Tariff Order – 2008-09. EPDCL and SPDCL) Un-Authorized Agricultural Services 115. it is the duty of GoAP but GoAP did not ensure that APSEB earn a minimum of 3% every year on its total assets. APERC is requested to direct the DISCOMs accordingly DISCOMs: At present. the Commission clarified that the objectors can utilize the facility of furnishing the objections at the offices of the Licensees closer to their places of residence/business. mentioned in the public notice. besides special public hearing for each distribution company (b)If number of petitions requesting for personal hearings are 20 or above from a particular district. The erstwhile APSEB violated the norms of allocating funds towards terminal benefits of employees. The entire debt burden of erstwhile APSEB towards terminal benefits was placed on APGENCO through arbitrary transfer schemes.5 lakh unauthorized agricultural connections are to be regularized by collecting nominal fees. Efforts are being put to regularize the unauthorized agricultural services (NPDCL) Public Hearings 116. As per the earlier Acts. in the purview of the Commission (NPDCL. the objectors can send their objections by post to the addressee.

Payment of Compensations by DISCOMs 120. Revenue loss on account of theft of energy is mentioned at clause 10. etc. the tariffs stated in the tariff orders are exclusive of ED. proper starter. the debt burden of terminal payments was allocated to APGENCO based on its assets (NPDCL) Rates for Theft of Energy 118. except indicating “recovery of loss of revenue” DISCOMs: Rates chargeable for unauthorized use and theft/pilferage of electricity are based on GTCS. Instructions are issued to all the field units for not making payment of ED on the Offices of CPDCL (CPDCL). Duty is levied as per Electricity Act 1939 and further instructions are awaited on this from GoAP (EPDCL).towards terminal benefits from APGENCO. special rates have not been indicated. The Commission shall accordingly give a policy advice to the state government. DISCOMs: APGENCO alone is not bearing this burden (CPDCL). proper earthing. Though it was brought to their notice of DISCOMs that ED is not payable as per Electricity Duty Act 1939 on electricity consumed in DISCOM operations. The contractors are paying the electricity consumption charges including the ED. Most of the departmental construction activities are allocated to the contractors. proper switch. No special rates. Compensation shall be paid by distribution companies in the event of loss of property and electrical appliance owing to high and erratic fluctuations like in the case of accidental deaths of human beings and animals DISCOMs: The consumers have to make their own safety measures regarding safety of their electrical appliances viz. have been indicated in the general terms and conditions of supply (GTCS).4 of GTCS (CPDCL) Payment of Electricity Duty(ED) by DISCOMs 119. Similarly.. Electricity Act 2003 and Electricity (Amendment) Act 2007 (SPDCL). SPDCL is not paying any ED on its own electricity consumption (SPDCL). operation and maintenance works’ DISCOMs: SPDCL is taking up some construction activities on its own. to isolate the equipment whenever high and erratic fluctuations in the power 45 . chargeable for pilferage. the DISCOMs are paying the ED at 6 paisa/kWh consumed in construction. under the purview of the Commission and GoAP (SPDCL and EPDCL). not under the purview of the DISCOM (NPDCL and EPDCL). in respect of theft of energy.. as per the transfer scheme approved by GoAP.

organizational strength etc. No such procedure exists to compensate for damaged electrical appliances and property due to fluctuations in power supply (SPDCL). The detection of 46 . All the above sequence cannot happen in a single month to include the theft units for calculating system losses. four hours day time and three hours night time and single phase supply for balance period in the night time is being given (CPDCL and EPDCL).. problems in transportation. seven hours three phase supply i. the actual units lost due to theft are to be detected and assessed by DPE and MRT wings. DISCOMs shall provide quality of power supply without erratic/high voltage fluctuations (CPDCL and EPDCL). Sales + Losses due to theft of electricity + Distribution loss = DISCOM INPUT”. various standards of performance have been adopted because of wide distribution area. villages CPDCL: CPDCL is preparing the ‘system losses return’ every month based on the input energy received. For rural areas. DISCOMs does not owe for the damages to the electrical appliances occurred inside the premises of the consumers. towns. the Licensee shall abide by the Hon’ble commission’s order (NPDCL) Supply to Rural Areas 121. When theft of energy is concerned.2.e. However. Discrimination against rural consumers’ vis-à-vis urban consumers should be stopped and there should be parity in the matter of standards of power supply service without any discrimination against the rural consumers DISCOMs: As per the policy of the GOAP for rural feeders other than mandal head quarters and urban area feeders. There is no discrimination against rural consumer vis-à-vis urban consumer.1 may be modified to include the theft of electricity “Metered Sales + LT Agl. scattered network.supply occurs. (NPDCL). If the consumer is not satisfied he may approach courts and CPDCL has to wait for the final judgment. The energy balance table 3. metered sales and assessed agricultural sales in the same month. If the assessment is challenged by the consumer then the appellate authority will finalize the quantity of pilfered energy. This is dependent on the overall power availability and demand in the country and hopefully can be achieved in the near future with the addition of several new public and private generating stations (SPDCL) PART-B: ISSUES RELATED TO CPDCL Pilferage of Energy 122. The names of those electricity thieves may be displayed at central places in cities.

towns and villages. CPDCL: (a) The consumer awareness programs are carried out during Rythu sadassus.e. DISCOM should be made responsible and compensation is to be paid to the farmers CPDCL: Due to limitations in power supply systems. providing agricultural supply in two spells i. Providing of power supply to the farmers in the night hours in Medak. Rangareddy and Mahabubnagar districts led to the deaths of many farmers by electrocution.theft will not give actual quantity of units lost and the month in which the units are lost. carpentry. As such there is no reduction in hours of supply Billing of Cottage Industries 125. during day time and night time is inevitable Power Supply to Lift Irrigation Schemes 124. However. Rythu chaitanya yatras and sub station committee meetings (b) 47 . Power Supply during Night Time 123. Regarding the aspect of displaying the names of the electricity thieves who are convicted by the court of law at a central place in cities. State wide survey on lift irrigation schemes shall be conducted and separate feeders may be laid down to provide 11 hr supply to these services CPDCL: 7 hours 3 phase supply is extended where Lift Irrigation (LI) schemes are fed from common feeders and 16 hours supply is provided where LI schemes are fed from dedicated feeders. The power loom. it will be examined in consultation with the Hon’ble APERC and Government. tailoring and barber shop consumers are being billed in commercial category resulting in high electricity bills and closure of their businesses. (a) Licensee should bring awareness among the consumers by conducting energy conservation programs (b) fixing of capacitors to agricultural pump sets is not done completely. The DISCOMs are liable for such closures and have to pay compensations to the farmers. the total assessed units in a year can be taken for arriving distribution losses for energy accounting purpose. Lift irrigation schemes were shut down in many places due to reduction in power supply hours from 18 to 7. However. tailoring and barber shop consumers are billed under non-domestic category as per APERC Tariff Order Energy Conservation 126. APERC has to rescue these small business units by providing subsidy CPDCL: Power loom and carpentry services below 5 HP load are categorized under LT cottage industries.

should be treated as a separate category entitled for more appropriate and lesser tariff as compared even to HT Industry.Hyderabad International Airport) 127. Industrial purpose shall mean manufacturing. Accordingly.Consumers are insisted to provide capacitors and are motivated by explaining the purpose of their utility Issues of GHIAL (GMR. Offices. Restaurants.T. the HT Cat-I is applicable for supply to all H. 2003 the tariff shall progressively reflect the cost of supply and also a progressive reduction. the facilities etc should be considered as a Green Field Project for the purpose of classification and determination of retail tariff to be charged by the distribution Licensee. processing and for preserving goods for sale. but shall not include Shops. Further. as it affects the revenues of DISCOM 48 . Hotels. Hostels. Choultries. Business houses. (a) The entire GHIAL Airport. in view of the significant nature of the difference between the electricity requirement of the pre-existing airport and the electricity requirement of the new airport that is brought into existence. The request of GHIAL is not agreed Tariffs in Rural areas 128. the level of cross subsidy should progressively reduce (b) about 85% of the consumption by GHIAL is for industrial purposes and not for commercial purposes and 15% only is used for commercial establishments. GHIAL should be categorized as HT Industry and not as HT (Non-Industrial) (c) GHIAL. Industrial consumers. The International Airport does not come under HT-Cat-I due its nature of utilization. Theatres. CPDCL: As per the tariff order. Electricity tariff charges in rural areas should be less than charges in urban area like telecom charges CPDCL: Not agreed. Cinemas. As per the provisions of Section 61-g of the Electricity Act. Hospitals. being an infrastructure industry carrying activities for the economic growth as well as national and international commerce. as per Section 3 of the National Electricity Policy . Hence. Clubs. Public buildings. a new category should be created for infrastructure industry such as GHIAL and for application of more favorable retail tariff (d) GHIAL should have a tariff which reflects the cost of the supply inclusive of reasonable return to the distribution Licensee. processing or preserving goods for sale. Railway Stations and other similar premises not with standing any manufacturing.

P.Metering of Agricultural Services 129.5 HP. 3-phase LT supply is given (c) Orders of Hon’ble Commission in this regard (vide Para no. High court’s order dated 01-10-2002 says that nursery is agriculture activity and thus nurseries should be charged under agriculture.2. 252 Tariff Order 2008-09) are being complied. the DISCOMs are not giving clear cut orders CPDCL: (a) Black smithy up to 5HP. lathe. (a) The Commission has to order the DISCOMs to bill the black smith works such as welding. is already covered under cottage industry LT IV (b) As per GTCS clause 3.0 lakh agricultural pump sets in CPDCL. (b) Orders may be given to provide three phase supply to Vishwakarma cottage industries which were converted from Category-II to Category-IV (c) Despite many appeals from Bharatiya Vishwakarma Parishad for change of Category for Vishwakarma industries. any specific instance may be brought to the notice of concerned DE/ Operation for redressal Issues of Induction Furnace Units 132. including incidental lighting in the premises. agricultural consumption is being estimated as per the sample methodology prescribed by the Hon’ble APERC . It is requested to reconsider the issue again and to bill nurseries under agriculture category. the consumers are entitled for proportionate reduction in maximum demand charges (b) 49 . under LTCategory IV:Cottage Industries. the line losses are to be calculated effectively CPDCL: There are about 9. If for any reason the Licensee is unable to make continuous power supply available.P. Tariff for Nurseries 130.1 for motive power installations exceeding 1. At present. (a) The maximum demand charges are collected to make the power supply available to the consumers round the clock in a day and all the days in a month. The nurseries in urban areas are billed under commercial category Issues of Akhila Bharatiya Vishwa Karma Parishad 131. drilling and grinding with connected load below 5 H. However. The Hon’ble A. Fixing of meters to individual pump sets and taking meter reading monthly/bi-monthly is not economical. CPDCL: GoAP has given provision to consider only rural nurseries under agricultural tariff and ready to bear the expenditure. Meters are to be fixed for agricultural pump sets and with the meters.

it is expected to increase slightly by 3.14/unit.30 MU. the capacity has to be made available whether it is used or not (b) Disagree.83% EPDCL: The sales forecast is being prepared on the basis of historical sales growth rates observed for respective categories.2.3% in the CY (2008-09) over PY (2007-08). need to be explained.30/ unit and GVK Extension at Rs. resulting in loss to the HT category –I consumers (c) provide for power factor incentive to all the consumers who maintain higher power factor over and above the fixed power factor of 0.04/unit for GVK and Rs.a. Power Purchases from IPPs. forming 40% of it at Rs. further incentive may not be required (d) As per Tariff order 2004-05(Para no.2. 720 Hours).3.66% (all voltages together) and the over all growth rate for all the consumers for EY at 11.9 (d) make necessary provision for awarding 18% interest on the security deposit made by the induction furnaces CPDCL: (a) MD charges are basically collected to compensate the capacity of the system.2. PART-C: ISSUES RELATED TO EPDCL Sales Forecast of EPDCL 133. Even for the short period.82/unit compared to Rs. 247). As per Table 16 on p.76/unit and GVK Extension at Rs.34 MU is estimated to be purchased in the CY (2008-09) from all available sources of NCE. (a) During the CY.l.3.7% for the EY. Licensee is calculating load factor by presuming that power supply has been made available for the consumers for the whole month (i. It affects the expenditure of the other categories. Similarly for the EY (2009-10) the rate of purchase of power from Kona Seema. 6% p. It is very difficult to monitor with the present technology in the metering (c) Maintaining power factor near unity will be more beneficial to the consumers. Bagasse based generation 50 .Due to scheduled and unscheduled power cuts.99/unit by GVK and Rs.92/unit for Spectrum need to be explained by the EPDCL (and other DISCOMs) (b) A total of 312. NCEs etc. the power supply is not made available to the consumers for a major part in a given month.99 MU to 1420. Gauthami and Vemagiri at Rs. 696 of pg..91/unit compared to Rs.. 134.56 MU. while sales in agriculture category grew at 2. from 1366. Biomass power generation of 123. HTIndustrial at 13. However. purchases from Gauthami at Rs. is being calculated as interest on security deposits.e. One may compare this with the estimated growth in consumption of domestic consumers at 8. As such.08/unit at Spectrum.2.90 of filings.l.9% in the EY (2009-10).2.

at Rs.78 MU forming 36% at Rs. The high rates of purchase of power generated from Municipal waste and wind energy need to be examined for improvement in the generating technologies so that more such power can be generated especially from municipal wastes through out the state EPDCL: (a) DISCOMs have projected month wise energy requirement and availability (arrived based on sales projections during that month grossed up with projected losses).68 MU at Rs. Therefore. While the case is now pending in the Hon’ble Supreme Court.15/unit.a unit (depending upon the price of LSHS) and offered to pay the fixed costs of around Rs. energy shortage during that month has been projected and therefore possible Power Purchase cost if DISCOMs have to procure from external sources.3. in reality. Mini-Hydel generated power of 19.to Rs. per year.74 MU forming 17% at Rs. LVS Project 135. APIIC.5/. APTRANSCO refused to buy the costly power to be generated by M/s LVS Ltd. has been put into operation consequent to reduction in oil prices. is maintaining street lighting in some industrial areas. the four DISCOMs are sharing the expense of the fixed costs since 3-4-2003 EPDCL: It is informed that power plant of M/s LVS Ltd.4/. DISCOMs are putting their full effort in optimizing the power purchases and sales based on day-day projections and scheduling the power from required sources (b) EPDCL is purchasing power from NCE sources at the rate prescribed by the Hon’ble APERC for different categories of NCE developers and under the directions of upper court on the petitions raised on the Tariff Order (c) EPDCL has no wind energy sources. The DISCOMs 51 . with the powers of local bodies transferred by GoAP. Industrial waste generated power of 53.2. the energy deficit for each of 30 min/ 15 min blocks would be different and there could be possibility that energy deficit in certain time blocks and surplus in certain time blocks and no deficit/ surplus in the entire month. Municipal waste generated power and wind generated power being zero (c) 32.at 113. Finally.3. Tariff for Street Lighting in Industrial Areas 136. However.69 MW plant capacity for wind energy is reported but there is no generation both in CY and EY.30 Cr.43/unit forming about 6%. The finding of the objector is correct. The consumption due to this street lighting is being billed under LT-II:Domestic .03/unit. This needs to be explained. The consumption on account of street lighting as per the Tariff Order shall be billed under LT-VI:Street Lighting.

EPDCL: EPDCL is concentrating on reduction of sub-transmission and distribution losses and has taken up a number of initiatives like erection of new sub-stations at load centers. The suggestions received will be implemented wherever possible Reduction in Tariffs 138.. EPDCL: As per Tariff Order. exhaustive energy audit to find areas of high losses etc. In spite of increase in power purchase cost. The DISCOMs need to examine the payment of bills in advance like telephone bills or electricity bills in Maharastra. The activities of DPE staff are required to be intensified. Tariff for domestic services for the year 2009-10 may be examined for a reduction of 5 percent in the proposed rates for the year 2009-10. energy efficiency measures implementation. re-orientation of lines. the consumer shall have the facility to make advance payments towards consumption charges and require the Licensee to adjust the 52 . the tariff rates are kept at same level Payment of interest for Advance Payments 139. The Street lighting maintained by APIIC can not be put in LT Category-VI: Street Lighting Reduction in Distribution Losses 137. These losses could be reduced considerably by controlling theft of energy with DPE wing and periodical check readings of consumer meters. intensive inspections by DPE and operation wings. erection of interlinking lines. not by rate of inflation.have changed category from LT-VI:Street Lighting to LT-II:Non-Domestic for billing the consumption on account of street lighting. as these funds can be utilized for development work. providing high accuracy/static energy meters. EPDCL: As per Regulations. The interests on these amounts may be paid as the DISCOMs can save money to be paid to E-Seva centers for collection of bills apart from saving the cost of disconnections. EPDCL: Electricity tariffs are largely influenced by the availability of power and power purchase cost. It is likely to be slipped further to less than 5 percent by March 2009 as per the estimation of financial experts and banks.91 percent by the end of December 2008. LT Category-VI: Street Lighting is applicable for supply of energy to street lighting maintained by local bodies only. The rate of inflation has slipped to 5.

5 of 2004. EPDCL: (a) the process of energy audit is explained to the Hon’ble Commission in brief. at all collection centers including collection center at call centre. if it is brought to the notice of higher officials Action will be taken to translate GTCS in Telugu (f) Such incidents are rare in EPDCL. EPDCL: This item is in the purview of APERC Compliance with the Directives issued by APERC 141. Such advance payments do not attract any interest Regularization of unauthorized additional loads of services under LT 140.amount against the bills that may be raised from time to time. EPDCL is adopting feeder centric energy audit and loss reduction approach duly considering MRI readings from the feeder meters and billed units from the sales data base (b) The possible cases are identified with the help of software and checks are carried out for these services (c) It was informed to the Commission in the filing to reexamine the issue and the Commission will decide on this issue in the next Tariff Order (d) Payment of compensation for defaults in SoP will be made as per the orders given by CGRF (e) Hard copies of GTCS in English version were already supplied up to AE/AAO level. as per clause 9 of Regulation No. The soft copy of English version is kept in EPDCL website for easy access to any officer/staff. necessary action is required to be initiated as the public funds are locked up due to unauthorized actions of consumers. It appears to be incorrect (c) Consumer pass books-The meter card/passbook shall be maintained by the Licensee at consumer’s premises in appropriate form and all periodical readings taken for billing purposes. (a) Compliance with the directive on energy audit is not clear (b) Directive on multiple connections. Visakhapatnam. (f) Disconnection charges-The Reconnection (RC) charges are being collected. be taken. VUDA building.The identified number of connections is 2234 only. (d) Payment of compensation for default in compliance with SoP. in all the divisions of five Districts under EPDCL. On the proposal for the regularization of unauthorized additional loads in commercial and domestic services.This is not being implemented strictly as the call centers are not registering all the complaints from the consumers and no complaint numbers are being given to consumers. without disconnection. However. (e) Availability of GTCS copies-The GTCS copies in English or Telugu are not available in all the offices up to section level. action will 53 .

Vijayawada and other cities. As per the directive of APERC. HT Billing is being automated though AMR. The power supply utilized by the mulberry cultivators for rearing cocoons is charged under LTII:Non-Domestic Tariff. response from the Licensee is expected on the issue of use of CFL bulbs. the steps taken/proposed to be taken by them to minimize/eliminate such adverse effects and their own evaluation whether or not support from the Commission in this endeavor should be continued. (ii) Trolley mounted distribution transformers may be adopted for quick replacement of failed DTRs (iii) the system of recording of meter readings through digital cameras and embossing the same on the bills may be adopted to minimize consumer complaints of non/incorrect reading of the meters EPDCL: Suggestions will be examined for consideration in respect of trolley mounted distribution transformers to restore supply with minimum interruption. Suggestions for better service 143. APERC did not give any direction to DISCOMs in this regard.4 of GTCS.1. EPDCL: Meters are being shifted from inside to outside according to the convenience of accessibility for reading and inspection at any time. EPDCL: It is under the purview of Hon’ble APERC to decide on applying confessional tariff to mulberry cultivation Use of CFL Lamps 145. Concessional tariff may be extended to these consumers also.Shifting Meters out side and fixing on outer walls of the buildings 142. EPDCL: suggestion will be examined 54 . Concessional Tariffs for Sericulture 144. Concessional tariffs are extended to Pisciculture and poultry industry. the likely adverse effects of adoption of CFL lamps of low power factor. It is an erroneous and violation of clause 7. (i) The system of connecting all the offices by an independent exchange may be introduced in Visakhapatnam. The other suggestions will be implemented for billing of consumers in LT.

being provided to a permanent staff member. The Licensee may explore alternate ways of providing three phase supply for longer periods for such units.3. EPDCL: The suggestion will be taken to the notice of Hon’ble APERC Payment of Ex-gratia during accidents 148. Rs 3 lakh has been paid. but in the mean time.4 lakh has been paid and during this year for 3 accidents out of 24 occurred.payment of ex-gratia for the balance non-departmental persons died in electrical accidents is due to non-receipt of necessary documents required for payment viz.5/. that too. only 1 has been paid Rs. three phase supply is required for running rural small scale enterprises/industries. EPDCL: For the departmental staff died in electrical accidents compensation is being paid as per the directions of the Labor Commissioner. Reduction in Tariffs for Old Age Homes 149.I00. 27 persons died. They are being charged at Rs. an amount of Rs. During 2007-08.000.00. for 30 accidents.346/-. 43.per unit for consumption beyond 50 units and the slab covers many of the rural commercial establishments. post mortem.Introduction of slabs in LT Category-II 146. of whom. on a shift basis. In the CY (2008-09). 11 Nos of departmental staff are reported to have died in electric accidents in FY 2007-08 and only 3 of them have been paid compensations on an average of Rs.1.000. three phase power is supplied for 7 hours a day only. Rs. EPDCL: The suggestion will be taken to the notice of Hon’ble APERC Reduction in Tariff for LT Category-III 147. only 20 of them (16%) have been paid ex-gratia at an average rate of Rs. the consumers may be charged at concessional rate at Rs. panchanama. Tariff for this category may be reduced so that there can be a relief of at least 50 percent in monthly bills 55 .75 per unit. out of 45 occurred. Non. For Non-Departmental persons died in electrical accidents. FIR and legal heir certificates etc.3.000/. In PY (2007-08) it is replied that 123 Nos of non-departmental persons died in electric accidents in the DISCOM area. Introduction of another slab of 51 to 100 units for consumers who may be charged at the rate of Rs.13.2. very far from Rs 3. but..54. in the first six months.is paid as ex-gratia.45/unit for the rural industries up to 30 HP.50. As observed by the Hon'ble Commission in its Tariff Order-2008-09.000/-. But.

are being released in Category-IV only (b) GTCS are being followed by DISCOM (c) In the purview of APERC Validity of HT Agreements 151. are being extended single phase supply only. only after confirming from the GoAP as to its commitment to fund the additional expenditure in doing so (b) To permit concessional tariff to LT Category-II consumers. and small size village temples/churches/mosques etc. homes for the physically and mentally challenged. (a) Power Supply to the Cottage Industries in villages is being released under LT Category-II and III. The minimum period of the HT agreements for contracted load is to be reduced to one year from the existing two years. fish (Pisci) and prawn cultures in their respective categories by providing new sub-categories. with contracted loads of below 5 HP. with consumptions between 51 and 100 units per month.per unit (c) To give concessional tariff to small size educational and charitable institutions such as old age homes. However. the request will be taken to the notice of Hon’ble APERC Tariffs for Cottage Industries 150. lathe and milling be categorized as ancillary works of Black smithy and be treated as cottage industries and the contracted load limit also be increased to 10 HP EPDCL: (a) All the Industries. Notice period for deration or reration also to be reduced to one month EPDCL: In the purview of APERC PART-D: ISSUES RELATED TO NPDCL Concessional Tariffs 152. 56 . thus collecting higher charges (b) Services converted from LT Category-II to LT Category-IV.5/. at Rs. orphanages.EPDCL: It is not possible to grant any relief to a single consumer under the rules in force. instead of extending 3 phase supply (c) Welding. salt manufacturers. who consume less than 100 units per month NPDCL: In the purview of APERC. (a) To approve concessional tariff announcements/requests of GOAP for horticulture nurseries in rural areas.

1061. It is noticed that the Chinese make CFL failure rate is higher compared to that of other companies.9% in the current year (FY2008-09).749.31 Cr. The Licensee should explain the continuing high deficit despite GoAP subsidies for farmers and domestic consumers NPDCL: The actual gap was Rs.951.1802. Supply of electricity to rural domestic services through separate feeders. has been actually decreasing from a higher level of 16% in 2006-07 to 6. The higher failure rate is attributed to not only voltage fluctuations in power supply but also inferior standards of house wiring. (a) The estimate of consumption for LT V-agriculture category is the same at 2909 MU for the past four years which is expected to improve marginally by 4.56 Cr. A similar situation is expected to continue in the EY 2009-10 Separate feeders for rural domestic services 156. for the current year and Rs. The environmental effects are yet to be studied.2% for FY2009-10 and follow a steady growth for the rest of the control period at around that rate (4%) till FY2013-14.6% in 2007-08 and further to 4. The filing shows that the deficit is likely to be Rs1810. after netting off of subsidy from GoAP for Rs.49 Cr.62 Cr.13 Cr.Use of CFL Lamps 153. Response from the Licensee is expected on the issue of replacement of ordinary bulbs by CFL bulbs. 57 . for the EY2009-10. the growth rate of agricultural actual consumption. for the current year 2008-09. earthling problems and loose connections in lamp holders Agricultural Consumption Estimates 154. This is mainly due to increase in power purchase cost by Rs.48 Cr. These decreases also need to be explained NPDCL: The growth rate of 4.2 percent has been projected based on the expected release of new agricultural services Continuing Deficit 155. the growth in consumption is anywhere between 7 to 15% per annum. as per the directive of APERC NPDCL: The Licensee has carried out tests on power factor of CFLs of different makes. SLDC and PGCIL charges by Rs.14. being portrayed by NPDCL in the last three years. For other LT categories. low manufacturing quality. Could the Hon’ble Commission and the NPDCL explain the rationale behind these projections? (b) On the other hand. transmission.

r. SPDCL’s filings are to be returned by the Commission for re-submission with the following remarks-(a) to clarify the correct figures regarding number of consumers. corresponding load and estimated / metered consumption in different categories of agricultural consumers as compared to the figures represented in Form-7 of 200910 filings (b)to correct all statements on agricultural consumption after due consultation with agriculture and horticulture departments in each circle / district (c) to submit report on efficacy of HVDS installations in different circles in reducing power losses etc. the fixed charges shall reflect the supply conditions also. transport provided or whether consumers have used their own transport (h) To mention the time taken to replace stuck up meters and burnt meters from the day of reporting or detection and similarly for break downs. 58 . Booking of Additional Load in Category-III A 157.t low power factor and disposable problems (f) to clarify the reasons for the large number of pendency of applications for new connections and suggestions to clear the same as it has a direct bearing on unauthorized use of power (g) to give information on time taken to replace burnt transformers. separate feeders are arranged for 24 hour supply to domestic services.. SPDCL: No such proposals for segregating industrial consumers based on geography or period of supply for fixed charges of industrial services in rural areas were submitted in the current ARR filings. Additional loads in Category-III-A shall be booked based on the recorded demand and it shall not be on the basis of connected load NPDCL: No reply PART-E: ISSUES RELATED TO SPDCL Industrial Service Connections in Rural Areas 158. Concession in fixed charges shall be given to industries connected to rural agricultural feeders on which the power supply is restricted compared with similar consumers located in urban areas.NPDCL: For all the villages in NPDCL supply areas. (d) to submit report on impact of lif irrigation schemes on power consumption by farmers serviced by the lift irrigation schemes in the area (e) to clarify on the efficacy of CFL bulbs w. Accordingly. Remarks on ARR filings of SPDCL 159.

.8%) and is projected to taper off to 10%+ for the following years (b) It is mentioned that: “As measures like 24 Hrs. The forecast for FY 2009-10 is 3450.59MU (11. All figures circle wise need interpretation as to why more in some circles and less in others (i) All figures reported / projected in different categories need interpretation and explanation. division and circle levels SPDCL: (a) Under the purview of the Commission (b) Cooperation of Staff is there (c) No comment (d) Meetings are being conducted regularly Sales Growth Rate in Rural Areas 161.46 MU (+0. Mere submitting of figures is not explanation (especially regarding thefts and pilferages) (j) to mention steps being taken to ensure genuine production of NCE power especially by biomass units and steps being taken to closedown / shift units in excess of biomass capability of a region (k) To provide a proper analysis of arrears of consumers over Rs. All the relevant information as desired by the objector is provided in the current ARR and tariff filings as per the formats given by the Commission.as suggested (l) to mention steps being taken to provide reasonable relief to victims of electrical accidents on par with the permanent employees of SPDCL as also realistic relief for animals killed and property destroyed in electrical accidents for which DISCOM is responsible SPDCL: The current ARR and tariff filings were submitted to the Hon’ble Commission as per the regulations and guidelines of the Commission from time to time.50.75%). the question of returning the filings does not arise. supply and RGGVY – Rural Electrification Program constitute external factors. the impact of these has been assessed separately and added on to the base forecast to arrive 59 . (a) CGRF shall accept the petitions filed by the consumer societies. (a) There is an estimated increase of 12. The public notice on the ARR and tariff filings is issued after admission of the filings of the Licensee by the Hon’ble Commission.88% in consumption in 2008-09 and the overall consumption for current year is expected to grow to 3086. Staff is not cooperating with consumers (c) DISCOM is not giving proper replies on the suggestions/objections filed against the filings (d) Commission may direct the DISCOM to form advisory committees at sub-division. Therefore.40MU which is marginally higher than the SPDCL projection and APERC approved target of 3063. Consumer Service Issues 160.interruptions etc. as provided in Regulation No: 7 of 2004 (b) Necessary action shall be taken for proper functioning of Consumer Service Centers. the impact of which cannot be projected from historical data.000/.

60 . in FY2007-08. To consider another slab of 51 to 100 units consumers who may be charged at the rate of Rs.at the final forecast”. Separation of Agriculture Feeders-Use of Single Phase Transformers 162. SPDCL: New slabs have not been proposed in the current ARR & Tariff filings Estimation of Agricultural Consumptions 165.02 Cr.970. 2008-09. ordinary as well as CFL and damages electrical equipment. Table No: 11 of Para-147 of Tariff Order for FY 200809 shows as follows (all figures in MU). far beyond the APERC target of Rs. The following year. consumers living in rural areas are experiencing sudden high voltage whenever the power supply is restarted after a shift (normally twice). (but still higher than the APERC target of Rs. if any. Ever since the domestic feeders have been separated from the agricultural feeders and single phase transformers introduced. Para 3 of filing) It is strange that the above two schemes are treated as ‘external factors’. it decreased to Rs 861. (+55%). SPDCL: The problem of fluctuations in voltage. (Pg-5.per unit for consumption beyond 50 units.807. It is indicated in the summary of filings that revenue from LT-I Domestic supply shot up to Rs. This powerful on rush of electricity. the sales growth due to these two factors was considered separately apart from the normal domestic sales growth. will be solved if taken to the notice of the local electricity authorities Sales projections in Domestic Category 163. which will cover many of the rural commercial establishments.58 Cr.60 Cr.). 638.5/.07 Cr. often damages bulbs.626.80 Cr. These fluctuations may be explained by SPDCL SPDCL: Revenue from LT-I Domestic category for the year 2007-08 is only Rs. SPDCL: The sales forecast as mentioned in the filings is done based on modified trend approach. The wrong figure is a typographical error LT Cat-II Non Domestic / Commercial 164. As the number of services to be released under RGGVY and number of services to be covered for 24 hr supply vary from year to year depending on the execution of the projects.

The reasons for non adoption of capacitors by farmers are many (a) That low voltage supply is made worse by installing capacitors (not true) (b) If the system benefits due to the installation of capacitors then let the authorities install them (c) When power is ‘free’ why should farmers be compelled to buy and install capacitors (d) In a scenario of low voltage and frequent break down of supply (depending on the region).18 short of filing) 2007 -08 3291 2008 -09 3291 3446. These factors.4%) +6.70% less over filing also needs explanation) +4.. Consumption 3684.74% excess over sanction needs explanation (but -15. number of crops.82 (estimate) (4079 filing) With such wide variations from filings and Tariff orders over the years it is difficult to accept the projections of SPDCL of further growth rate at 4.74%) 2006 -07 +393 MU excess +211MU excess (but 420 short of filing) +156MU excess (but 632. (page 16 of filings).e.5% less over filing also needs explanation) * explanation is also needed for portraying this actual figure over TO as 8. Hence. agricultural sales have not shown a particular trend over the years.06% (instead of 4. type of crops. as well as lack of scientific methodology for assessment of consumption are affecting the agricultural sales forecast. number of new lift irrigation schemes etc.O expected 3053 but actual as 2979 i. While most other categories had shown an increasing trend. the farmer is not convinced of the merit of using a 61 . availability of power.Year As per T. The estimate of consumption by the Tariff Order of LT Cat-V is the same figure of 3291MU for the past three years but is expected to improve marginally by 4. 4.O 3291 Actual Agl. The amount of rain fall. affect the forecast. the growth rate of consumption in agricultural category can’t be compared with that of other categories Non-Fixation of Capacitors 166.1% (10-11) etc.13 (3291 filing) 3502 (3922 filing) Remarks % Difference +12% this sharp rise needs explanation (for some reason 05-06 T. number of services released.2% (09-10). -2.4% excess over sanction needs explanation (-10.2% for FY 2009-10 and follow a steady growth for the rest of the control period at around that rate till FY 2013-14. SPDCL: Agricultural consumption forecast depends on several factors as explained in the ARR filings..

from Nov’07 to Oct’08) is calculated by taking total of individual 12 months estimates. 5084259 HP and 295833470 units. rural consumers are paying charges on par with the urban consumers. of consumers: 993207. The Licensee. Disciplinary action will be initiated on the employees. SPDCL. The difference between the services released up to October 2008 and the services billed for the 12 months may please be noted Un-Authorized Agricultural Services 168. The yearly estimate (i.. of services. As per Table 3. thanks to the smooth flow of power. 90383 services with a connected load of 457553 HP were released up to Oct’08. The no. owes an explanation regarding the discrepancies. The staff of the DISCOM is hand in glove with the persons who indulge in unauthorized use of electricity for agricultural purposes..capacitor on his pump set (e) Where HVDS transformers have been introduced. When the DTRs are failed they shall be replaced at the cost of the DISCOM SPDCL: The DISCOM will replace the failed DTRs at its cost only. section officers are creating awareness among farmers for usage of the same Tatkal Connections 167. 3 phase supply and 10 hrs. They have a limited life and need replacement every few years SPDCL: Despite resistance from farmers to install capacitors due to the additional cost. consumption / sales: 295. Neither the Reforms Act nor the Electricity Act says that the consumers of rural feeders are entitled for 17 Hrs.833 MU. connected load: 299071 HP. No supply for the remaining 7 hrs. SPDCL: Under Tatkal scheme. SPDCL: Special drives are under progress for regularization of unauthorized services. Thus. the sum for the year works out to 993207 services. 62 . if found guilty Replacement of Distribution Transformers (DTRs) 169. Power Supply on Rural Feeders 170. farmers feel no need to add another expense of capacitor to their pump set (f) Capacitors are not life long fixtures. single phase supply. As per Form-7 of filings for base year (2008-09) No. The Tatkal services consumption estimates are submitted to APERC every month. supplies. of consumers: 50690. connected loads and consumption also vary every month.16 MU. connected load: 5084259 HP. Rural feeders are being fed with 7 hrs.e. consumption / sales: 227.27: No. But. Similar discrepancies could be observed for other categories of consumers as well.

SPDCL: No such proposals in ARR filings Reduction in Fixed Charges for Rural Rice Mills 172. It is requested that. the fixed charges should be reduced SPDCL: No such proposals in ARR filings 63 . billing may be limited to the actual consumption energy only. Efforts are in place to arrange 24 hour power supply to the rural areas also. in LT Category III-B: Industry. Efforts are on to increase the generation. Power sector is laying lines to the interior tribal hamlets also as part of a social responsibility and does not think in terms of commercial gains. At present. Rural India is not as developed as urban India in all walks of life. Hopefully power sufficiency can be achieved in the near future with the addition of several new public and private generating stations Tariffs for Fruit Processing Industry 171. However. the requirement for processing of fruits and vegetables arises even during the off-season period. reduce losses and also to conserve energy. the fruit processing industry is recognized as “Seasonal” for concessional tariff during the off season. As the DISCOM is unable to extend 24 hrs power supply to rice mills in rural areas.SPDCL: The overall power demand is more than the availability in the country which is necessitating load shedding in most parts of the country.

The APTRANSCO received ‘India Power Award 2008 for overall utility performance from the Council of Power Utilities (CPU). Special Chief Secretary to Government.937 MW.10 % up to November.26.e. Statement 174.01. Realizing the urgency for capacity addition in power sector. up to January. APGENCO has also programmed to foray into Nuclear Power Generation with Joint Venture (JV) of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited and plans are in the development state to set up 2 x 1000 MW Nuclear Power Plant at Pulivendula in Kadapa District 177. Statement of the GOAP is reproduced below.. 2009 175. 2009-14. highlighted some of the important achievements of the power sector since the commencement of the reform process in the State. out of which 498 MW has already been commissioned and 10. The transmission and distribution utilities have reduced T&D losses from 19. The APGENCO has also performed consistently well maintaining a PLF of about 85% during the year 2008-09. Energy Department. the State Government has entrusted the State owned APGENCO with the implementation of capacity addition Programme of 15.027 MW is programmed to be commissioned within the next 5 years i. as on 31.A.346 rural households under RGGVY and 1.794 urban householders in selected wards in 11 Municipal Corporation and 119 Municipalities have been electrified under INDIRAMMA Programme 64 . In its endeavor to provide quality and uninterrupted supply of power to all consumers in the State. “All the Electricity utilities have performed exceptionally well. The Government of Andhra Pradesh (GOAP) presented its views before the Commission during the public hearing at Ongole on 09th February.424 Mega Watts (MW).30% by end of 2008-09. 20.2009 176.K. Smt.CHAPTER-IV STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH General 173.Goyal.09. Joint Secretary to Government. The present installed capacity in the state is 12. particularly the consumers in the rural areas. 2009. 2008 and reduction is estimated to reach 17.Chaya Laxman.06% to 18. Government of Andhra Pradesh has given foremost importance to the development of Power Sector. standing in for Sri.

3. The Government is committed to the cause of industrial development in the State and it is a matter of pride that the State of Andhra Pradesh has one of the lowest Industrial HT Tariff in the country and there is a gradual reduction in industrial tariff year by year. reflect the key objectives set by the Government of Andhra Pradesh 182.46 per unit 180. The filings made by the utilities for the financial years 2009-14. 2003” 65 . the Government is committed to providing necessary financial assistance as needed by the Power Sector and providing subsidy to the utilities in accordance with the provisions of Section 65 of the Electricity Act.2004 and has been providing necessary subsidy besides amount for purchasing additional power to meet the additional demand in the present Rabi Season 179. The overall industrial effective tariff for the year 2008-09 with the incentive scheme is Rs. To conclude. The Government is committed to the welfare of the farmers and is providing free power to all eligible agricultural consumers since 14.178.05. Priority is also given by the Government for promoting Lift Irrigation in Order to reduce exploitation of ground water 181.

a) The components of each item of the ARR filed by the Licensees are examined for consistency with the Regulation 4 of 2005. the revenue required to meet the distribution cost normally for a year. have been fixed while keeping the Licensee proposed wheeling losses. d) the wheeling tariff consisting a)wheeling charges and b)wheeling losses (in percent) for each voltage level. NPDCL and SPDCL. is specified separately for every Licensee. The four distribution Licensees. the Licensees are eligible to recover the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR). The MYT Regulatory framework for determination of revenue requirement for distribution business and wheeling tariff is notified in Regulation 4 of 2005. 11kV and LT. the proposed amounts filed in the ARR have been modified based on a) separate analysis and/or b) corrections with available additional information. Through aggregating the approved losses at each voltage level. filed the ARR for distribution business and proposed the wheeling tariff consisting of a)wheeling charges and b)wheeling losses for each year of the Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14 as briefed in Chapter-II. The framework adopted for determination of the wheeling tariff is as follows. As per thid framework.CHAPTER-V ISSUES RELATED TO WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION General 183. incentives for good performance and disincentives for adverse performance are also indicated in 66 . EPDCL.e. 33kV. Based on apportioned ARR and capacities computed for each voltage level. the Loss Reduction Trajectory has been arrived at for each year of the Control Period. The capacity in kVA for each voltage level is also arrived at using the information provided by the Licensees. applicable for each year of the Control Period. the wheeling charge is computed in Rs. 11kV and LT. CPDCL. b) the approved ARR is apportioned among three voltages. If required. c) the distribution losses for each of the three voltage levels. Regulation 4 of 2005. potential for loss reduction and other parameters and policies into account./kVA/Month. 33kV. 184. through wheeling tariff. i. based on different parameters as proposed by Licensees. Further.

00% 25.66% 25. except CPDCL which filed the varying ratio for the Control Period.11% 24. The Licensees filed the debt-equity ratio for computing the return on capital (cost of capital) at 75:25.17% 24.35% 24.00% 25.00% 75. 186.00% 25.00% 25.00% 25.00% 25.Analysis of Issues 185. each Licensee shall file: A proposal for appropriate capital structure and its cost of financing (interest cost and return on equity) for the purpose of computing Weighted Average Cost of Capital. Table 31: Capital Structure filed by Licensees CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL Financial Year Debt Equity Debt Equity Debt Equity 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 188.00% 75. The Licensees filed the cost of debt and return on equity in percent for each year of the Control Period which are used to compute the return on capital employed.00% 75. Some of these issues which have a direct bearing on approval of revenue requirement and wheeling tariff determination are briefly explained hereunder. The Licensees kept the return on equity at 14 percent but filed the cost of debt in 67 . the debt-equity ratio is approved at normative level of 75:25 percent uniformly for all the Licensees throughout the Control Period.00% 75.00% 25.12% 75.00% 25.00% 75.00% 74. This approved debt equity ratio is used in computing the return on capital throughout the Control Period.88% 25. SPDCL Debt Equity 74. The information given in support of the filed capital structure is limited.00% 25.00% 25.00% 75.00% 25.00% 75.00% 75.89% 75.65% 75.00% 75.00% 25.00% 75. In course of wheeling tariff determination.83% 75.00% As per clause of 3(3) Regulation 4 of 2005.00% 75. a) approval of revenue requirement.00% 75.00% 25. some important issues have been analyzed with regard to. In this context.00% 25.34% 75.00% 75.00% 25. Debt-Equity Ratio 187. 189. The details of capital structure filed by Licensees are given in Table 31. and c) fixing the loss reduction trajectory. Cost of Debt and Return on Equity 190. b) computation of wheeling charge.

The details of the cost of debt and return on equity filed are given in Table 32.00% 12.00% 12. 192.00% 11. The details of return on capital filed by the Licensees are given in Table 33.94% 12. the licenses computed the return on capital (WACC) as per formulae provided in Regulation 4 of 2005.88% 13.25% NPDCL 13.96% 14.00% 11.00% 10.99% 13. Table 33: Cost of Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Capital(WACC) filed by Licensees CPDCL 11.38% 14.50% 14.00% 11.75% 11.00% 12.86% 14.02% 12.13% 12.00% 13.37% 12. the return on equity is provided at 16 percent while keeping the return on equity at 14 percent in distribution business and the balance 2 percent as supply margin in retail supply business.00% Though the Licensees requested for 16% return on equity.47% 13.25% 14.00% 11.00% 11. The cost of debt is approved at 10 percent per annum throughout the Control Period uniformly for all Licensees with due consideration to the cost of debt on existing loans and contracted loans for future years.00% 11. cost of debt and return on equity. It is to be stated that. 10.28% 11.18% 14. and the likely interest rates during the Control Period.15% 13.31% 12.35% 14.00% 10.00% 13.76% 13.01% 14.75% 12.00% 13. the filings were made with 14 percent.the range of 11-14 percent per annum.31% 68 .65% 12.84% 14.84% 14.72% 14. Table 32: Cost of Debt and Return on Equity as filed by Licensees CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL Financial Year Debt Equity Debt Equity Debt Equity Debt Equity 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 191.24% SPDCL 11.37% 14.87% 14.38% 12.99% 14.66% 14.00% 13.28% EPDCL 11.75% 14.04% 13. as per the earlier regulatory practice. The existing loan profile of the Licensees and contracted loans for future years have been thoroughly examined and found that the projected cost of debt is on higher side.00% 11.75% 14.00% 12.00% 12. Using the proposed debt-equity ratio.00% 11.98% 14.04% 14. The Return on Capital (Weighted Average Cost of Capital or WACC) 193.00% 14.

the loss reduction targets are specified as envisaged in National Electricity Policy. the Licensees shall include.64% 14.32% 17. Targets proposed for reduction of distribution losses during the Control Period duly adhering to the Licensees’ Standards of Performance Regulation. in the filings.05% SPDCL 14.76% 15.23% 15.74% 10.73% 16. The international loss levels are in the range of 10-12 percent for both transmission and distribution.53% 10.50% 197. As per clause 3(4) of the Regulation 4 of 2005. The loss reduction trajectories filed by the Licensees are given in Table 34. Considering the normative loss level for Indian Electrical System at 15 percent (5 percent in transmission and 10 percent in distribution). 196. 199.35% 14. the return on capital (WACC) is computed and approved at 11 percent per annum throughout the Control Period uniformly for all the Licensees.19% 10. so as to bring down loss levels to be in line with the international practices by 2012. This measure is expected to promote some efficiency in searching for the low cost funds since the return on capital is approved for each year of the Control Period and the gains or losses are to the account of the Licensees.97% 17. As per National Electricity Policy. a grace period of two years is set to achieve the targets envisaged in National 69 .4. the Licensees should achieve the loss target of 10 percent by 2012.6 of National Electricity Policy (NEP) states that the loss levels shall be specified.94% 11.96% 10. The clause 5. 198.78% 13. The Licensees proposed the loss reduction trajectories separately for each year of the Control Period.65% 15. Loss Reduction Trajectory for the Control Period 195.39% 16. With the cost of debt at 10 percent and return on equity at 14 percent.194. While specifying loss trajectory with the consideration of the practical limitations.06% 13.95% 14.18% 16. Table 34: Loss Reduction Trajectory proposed by Licensees Financial CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 17.

47% 3.63% 3.Electricity Policy.57% 2012-13 4.25% 2012-13 3. The Licensees provided the amounts to be trued-up for three completed years FY2005-06 to FY2007-08 and some Licensees estimated the amounts to be trued up for FY2008-09 also.84% 2011-12 3.50% 3.04% 3.99% 3.55% 2012-13 3.14% 2013-14 3.38% 2010-11 3.74% 2011-12 4.43% 4.10% 2013-14 3.32% 2013-14 3.64% EPDCL:: MYT Loss Trajectory : NPDCL:: MYT Loss Trajectory : SPDCL:: MYT Loss Trajectory : True up of Expenses Related to Previous Control Period 200.70% 10.50% 2010-11 4.00% 4.56% 3.77% 3.89% 2013-14 3.65% 3.71% 3.99% 13.98% 4.12% 2009-10 4.70% 11.75% 2011-12 4.51% 14.96% 3.51% 3.41% 12. 70 .69% 3.89% 2010-11 4. Table 35: Loss Reduction Trajectory Approved for the Control Period CPDCL:: MYT Loss Trajectory : Voltage 33KV 11KV LT Total Voltage 33KV 11KV LT Total Voltage 33KV 11KV LT Total Voltage 33KV 11KV LT Total 2009-10 4.39% 10.75% 3.62% 3.77% 4.52% 12.71% 2009-10 4. The Licensees provided the details of expenses related to previous years to be trued up in this filing for distribution business but not included these amounts in the estimates of ARR for distribution business.47% 10.22% 12.39% 3.22% 4.28% 10.36% 12.00% 4.02% 11.02% 3.60% 3.51% 10.55% 3.07% 3.18% 2010-11 3.76% 3.79% 3.86% 11.70% 13.10% 4.83% 2012-13 3.26% 2011-12 3.98% 4.06% 10.02% 4.14% 4.33% 3.68% 11.04% 2009-10 3.60% 10.90% 4.40% 3.50% 4.31% 12. The overall loss reduction targets (Trajectory) approved for the Control Period for each Licensee are given in Table 35.19% 4.09% 3.70% 5.56% 10.25% 4.83% 3.

especially in rural and semi urban areas. only taxes on income are uncontrollable and thus variations in this item qualify for true up. 206.00 Cr. 207. 203. Further clause 10(8) of Regulation 4 of 2005 provides for. Verification of the information reveals that the Licensees have not fully utilized the amount for the purpose improving the safety conditions. As per clause 10(4) of Regulation 4 of 2005.00 Cr. To improve the safety conditions in distribution network. It is expected that the Licensees fully utilize 71 . per annum (Rs. Recognizing the need to improve the safety in distribution networks. Clause 10(5) of Regulation 4 of 2005 provides for. for the Control Period) is provided for each distribution Licensee as one time expense item. a sum of Rs.5.00 Cr. is provided per year as special appropriation expense in previous MYT Order for FY2006-07 to 2008-09.25. The issue is related to poor network maintenance leading to loss of human and animal lives apart from avoidable supply interruptions. a sum of Rs.15 Cr. the unutilized amounts are not clawed back. With the expectation that the Licensees would invest the unutilized portion Rs. Licensees may seek the true ups outside the current filings as per the applicable regulations already notified. the amounts provided for such special purposes but not utilized are to be clawed back. 205.201. the gains or losses in the controllable items of ARR on account of factors that are beyond the control of the Distribution Licensee – force majeure – shall be passed on as an additional charge or rebate in ARR over such period as may be specified in the Order of the Commission. As per the regulatory practice. Pass-through of gains and losses on variations in “uncontrollable” items of ARR:. The true up mechanism is already specified in Regulation 4 of 2005 issued for determination of wheeling and retail supply tariffs. provided for the previous MYT period during the next Control Period. As such. Several objectors in course of public hearings expressed the concern over safety issues in distribution network. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Regulation. Safety Measures 204.5. It is appropriate to take up the issue of true up of expenses related to previous years separately after completion of the audited accounts for all years of the Control Period.The Distribution Licensee shall be eligible to claim variations in “uncontrollable” items in the ARR for the year succeeding the relevant year of the Control Period depending on the availability of data as per actuals with respect to effect of uncontrollable items 202.

/kVA/Month for each year of the Control Period. Rs. In the MYT framework. 210. Incentives and Disincentives 209. 211.25 Cr.e. It is decided to fix the wheeling charges uniformly for all the three voltages on capacity. The cost of debt and return on equity are also fixed for each year of the Control Period. The Licensees computed and proposed to levy the wheeling charges in the form of Rs. Wheeling Charges Proposal 208. i. the approved ARR amount and loss reduction trajectory fixed are expected to provide enough incentive for better performances during the control period as variations in gains and losses remain with the Licensees during the Control Period.the provision of Rs. The Licensees did not file the reason for such differential proposal.e. Accordingly. It is felt that the approved ARR amount and Loss Reduction Trajectory are sufficient to provide incentives and penalties for the Licensees. no special measures for incentives and penalties have been contemplated for the Control Period. on capacity and energy in their filings./kVA/month at 33 kV and 11 kV voltages and Rs. i. 72 . The gains and losses on this account are also to the account of Licensees during the Control Period. There is enough potential for the Licensees to perform better in a)contracting the loans at cheaper rates b)plough back their own money into distribution business and c)other prudent financial practices./kWh at LT level. to improve the safety conditions in the distribution network during the Control Period.

00 920.54 69.53 37. In course of examination of these investment filings. PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT Investments 213.11 34.47 928.53 28.00 810. CPDCL filed the capital investment expenditure under different heads for each year of the Control Period.4475. The Commission. examined the revenue requirement to fix the wheeling tariff for CPDCL for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 as detailed hereunder.23 78. As per the Regulation 4 of 2005.) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Investment 705.51 Total 800.00 3916.30 Cr.10 1055. future network requirement and other financial aspects.34 902.04 92.06 43. Considering the strengthening of existing network.CHAPTER-VI WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (CPDCL) Introduction 212.94 81.00 692.33 4475. The details of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 36.Cr.29 167.05 391. The amount claimed in this manner is expected to meet the cost of debt and equity capital used to finance the assets used and useful in 73 . towards capital investment is approved for the Control Period. The approved investment amount is taken into determination of wheeling tariff.00 789.06 789. after examination of the issues related to determination of wheeling tariff while considering the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.80 Interest During Construction 24.00 O&M Expenses Capitalized 70.30 Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 214. it is found that the basis for capital investment plan for distribution network expansion and strengthening is lacking technical study and is more dependent on arithmetic method. Table 36: CPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period (Rs. the Licensee is permitted to claim the Return on Capital Employed (ROCE). a sum of Rs.

21149.09 Cr. The RRB is approved at Rs. 74 . b) the return on equity is approved at 14 percent since balance 2 percent return is provided in retail supply business.1122.2704. The regulatory framework relating to compensating the capital employed in general is. a) the sum of the value of the assets and capital used in the distribution business is known as Regulatory Rate Base (RRB). and d) the claim of certain amount under O&M stores in the RRB calculations is disallowed as such provision for O&M stores in RRB calculations is not provided in the Regulation 4 of 2005. a) to the extent possible and identifiable. and c) the cost of debt is approved at 10 percent based on existing loan profile and likely future interest rates 216. b) the approved investments and capitalization schedule of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are taken in RRB calculation. 217. and c) the Return on Capital(WACC) in percent is applied on RRB to arrive at the ROCE for each year of the Control Period. 215. The ROCE provided should meet the cost of debt and return on equity on the amounts used in the distribution business during the Control Period.10206.36 Cr. b) the Return on Capital (WACC) in percent is worked out based on a) debtequity ratio. c) the working capital requirement for distribution business is computed based on guidelines provided in Regulation 4 of 2005 and on revised O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period.72 Cr. against Rs.75 Cr. filed by CPDCL for the Control Period with the following modifications to the filings.the distribution business. With the approved RRB and return on capital (WACC) the ROCE is computed and approved at Rs. against Rs. filed by CPDCL. a portion of fully depreciated assets is removed from RRB as the physical presence of these assets in distribution is unlikely. a) the debt equity ratio is kept at 75:25 instead of varying the ratio for each year of the Control Period. The return on capital(WACC) is approved at 11 percent per year while considering the following factors. The details of RRB and ROCE filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 37. b)cost of debt and c)return on equity.

58 6425.Cr. The depreciation expense is approved at Rs.69 514.94 730.67 625.67 209.Table 37: CPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed (Rs.06 3441.02 4330. and.51 7753.13 257.1865.32 6849. 219.60 663.07 Cr.06 301.) Regulate Rate Base (RRB) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Filed by CPDCL 2 2493.17 3091. against Rs.35 380. 75 .21 Depreciation Filed by Approved CPDCL by APERC 4 5 382.92 770.54 243.91 30273. e) assets funded by persons other than Licensee are removed for the purpose of computing the depreciation as provided in Regulation 4 of 2005. filed by CPDCL with the consideration of the following.10 Cr. certain portion of the value of fully depreciated assets but still appearing in asset registers is removed.26 5088.Cr.92 224.36 Depreciation 218.64 2218.75 1122.54 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses 220. a) the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period is arrived at for the purpose of computing the depreciation.e.22 9577.23 21149.3091. c) to the extent possible and identifiable.82 501.89 5226.95 11135.22 Cr. against Rs.23 1901.54 Cr.72 Approved by APERC 3 1679.09 Return on Capital Employed(ROCE) Filed by Approved CPDCL by APERC 4 5 292.05 443.07 1865.06 2337.94 851.27 2069. d) the claims of depreciation on assets added during the year have been disallowed. Table 38: CPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period (Rs.10 2704.90 184.44 40183.51 227.02 8039. The details of asset base on which depreciation is computed and the depreciation filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given Table 38.19 4422.66 425. filed by CPDCL with the following modifications to the filings. b) the approved investment amounts and capitalization schedule are taken for computing the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period.00 6021.3969. only the opening value is considered.08 552. i.) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Asset Base Filed by Approved by CPDCL APERC 2 3 5006.4830. The net O&M expenses for the Control Period are approved at Rs.89 10206.15 5797.

96 1449. Non compliance of this directive may lead to claw back of the amounts provided with carrying cost.85 123.26 785.25 Cr.72 716. the projections are rather high.34 3969. The details of filed and approved O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 39.25.36 4 653.5.a) compared with the actual O&M expenses during the previous years based on annual accounts. and file the same with the Commission for approval by 31st August 2009.14 4830.01 6 70. Table 39: CPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period (Rs.16.94 678.00 Cr. a sum of Rs. In this regard.Cr.21 1046.81 1080. 76 .33 784. 221. The reduction is based on previous period tax payment history and likely profits during the Control Period. b) if the actual O&M expenses of previous years are taken into account.65 869. The wheeling revenue from third parties/open access users as estimated by CPDCL at Rs. the projections made based on norms bound to be lower.94 81.39 4361. To improve the safety in distribution networks. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total 2 799.05 391.64 127.17 954.46 3 146.59 950.32 Cr.56 863.96 956.06 1248.50 Cr. Special appropriation for Safety Measures 223.22 Figures are rounded Taxes on Income 222.09 133. filed by CPDCL for the Control Period. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses Approved by APERC Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp.00 Cr. for the Control Period. Tax on income as expense is approved at Rs.46 796. CPDCL is expected to utilize the amount to improve the safety conditions in the distribution network. is considered as revenue for FY2009-10. for the Control Period at Rs. to prepare a Safety Improvement Plan for five years relating to distribution network with a budget of Rs. CPDCL estimated the revenue for FY2009-10 but did not include the same in ARR filings. Upon approval of such safety improvement plan by the Commission.08 5508. Revenue Items 224. the Commission directs that.54 69.) Financial Year Filed by CPDCL Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp. and c) the O&M expenses tend to be lower as the approved investment is lower than the proposed investment.6.80 7 644.55 930.12 1302.42 1121.10 5 715.04 92.84 146. per annum is approved as one time expense item.50 Cr.7. CPDCL may commensurate the project.23 78. against Rs.

09 18.50 5.00 32.06 3.39 2013-14 257. With these changes/modifications.32 1531. 33kV.25 Cr.30 146.59 380.30 123.08 785.23 0.17 1201. for Safety measures Less O&M Expenses Capitalized Wheeling Revenue Non-Tariff Income Net ARR 2009-10 292.00 2011-12 552.55 382.46 3091.10 1022.94 0.68.225.36 4361.80 6. 77 .50 678. Revenue Requirement for Distribution Business 226.13 1449.17 1.92 2012-13 243.00 Total 2704. filed by CPDCL for the Control Period.56 Cr.92 3.05 Cr.05 0.32 32.42 1699.08 851.21 443.56 10573. The amount is estimated based on audited accounts for previous years and likely income in future years of the Control Period.41 78.161.00 2013-14 770. The loss reduction trajectory is specified with aggregation of voltage wise losses approved for three voltages.85 16.30 127.17 1710.00 2010-11 425.05 3.50 5.94 1.50 5.04 0.30 146.60 863.81 501.86 Cr. The details of filed and approved ARR for distribution business for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 40. against Rs.04 2011-12 227.86 2918.01 1865.25 6822.66 715. The non tariff income (NTI) is estimated and taken into calculations at Rs.94 8.92 950.10573.00 32.69 3.54 2124.82 1.85 Total 1122.54 7.67 1.96 730.90 1313.82 2010-11 209.32 161.6822.67 930.50 5.56 301.25 1367.39 514. filed by CPDCL for the Control Period.21 92.94 1.64 13.68 2009-10 184.54 1248.51 1080.07 16. Table 40:CPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period (Rs.00 32.44 81.90 799.50 25.Cr.) Filed by CPDCL Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Less O&M Expenses Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR Approved by APERC Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Special Apprn.30 133.05 PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES Loss Reduction Trajectory for the Control Period 227.70 391.26 224.50 5.00 70.74 5508.00 32.00 2012-13 663.29 69. The loss reduction trajectory is based on principles enunciated in National Electricity Policy.35 3.54 6.09 2506.06 625.84 11. the revenue requirement for the distribution business is approved at Rs. 11kV and LT for the Control Period(Para 195 to 199).36 68. against Rs.10 1046. The aggregate loss reduction trajectory filed by and approved for CPDCL for the Control Period is given in Table 41.

the loss levels approved for CPDCL while fixing the loss reduction trajectory (Para 199) are adopted as wheeling losses.04% 2010-11 17.76 2013-14 33. The details of wheeling charges and wheeling losses computed/adopted in accordance with para 228 and 229 for CPDCL are given in Table 42.00% Supply Point 11 kV LT 8.60% 12.00% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 4.60% 8.07% 8.75% 11.50% 33 kV 4.97% 13.84% 8.23 B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.04% 8. with regard to distribution losses on account of wheeling.42% 11.16% 5.47 658.79 649.07% 13.76% 13. FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES(Rs.90% LT 12. 230.17 2012-13 32.57 2011-12 32.36% 8./kVA/Month) Voltage/Year 33 kV 11 kV LOW TENSION 2009-10 27.94 671.94% 10.10% 6.87% 16. With the apportioned ARR and the capacity in kVA.23% 13.60% 15. 33 kV.80% 4.75% 78 .60% 15.18% 2011-12 16. the wheeling charge is computed in Rs.07% 4.39 206.95% 10.80% 12.76% 11. 11 kV and LT using the capacities filed by CPDCL.00% 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 4.84% 10.00% 4.42% 7.Table 41: CPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory Financial Year Filed by CPDCL Approved by APERC 2009-10 17.71 2010-11 30.76% 5.16% Supply Point 11 kV LT 8.56 669.00% 8.50% 10.00% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 3. To compensate CPDCL.26% 2012-13 15.87% 16. The approved ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes.36% 9. 229.96% 7.39% 12.34% 4.02% 8.66 207.34% 13.83% 2013-14 14.23% Supply Point 11 kV 7.55 634.10% PART-C: TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD Wheeling Tariff Computation 228.50% 8.99% 8.00% 12.90% 5./kVA/Month for respective voltage levels for each year of the Control Period.12 185.25% 9.38 192. Table 42:CPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period.43 204.

The Wheeling Tariff Schedule for CPDCL. The wheeling charges/rates and wheeling losses shall be as indicated in Table 42 for CPDCL for the Control Period FY2009-10 to FY2013-14. indicating the wheeling charges and losses with terms and conditions. The Commission hereby determines the Wheeling Tariff in the licensed area of CPDCL as indicated in Table 42 for this Control Period.Wheeling Tariff for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 231. is given in Part-B of Annexure-C. 232. 79 .

a sum of Rs.54 Total 400.36 5.64 21.60 4. the Licensee is permitted to claim the Return on Capital Employed (RoCE). towards capital investment is approved for the Control Period.20 Interest During Construction 4.74 Figures are rounded Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 235.74 Cr.76 161.12 320.06 343. In course of examination of these investment filings.00 1794. examined the revenue requirement to fix the wheeling tariff for EPDCL for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 as detailed hereunder. Table 43: EPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period (Rs.) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Investment 360.07 343. The details of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 43.60 1612.1794.49 388. As per the Regulation 4 of 2005.83 34.50 308. PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT Investments 234.00 28.CHAPTER-VII WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (EPDCL) Introduction 233. The Commission. it is found that the basis for capital investment plan for distribution network expansion and strengthening is lacking technical study and is more dependent on arithmetic method.75 30.Cr.00 287.12 3.86 30.30 347.60 308. future network requirement and other financial aspects. EPDCL filed the capital investment expenditure under different heads for each year of the Control Period.82 3. after examination of the issues related to determination of wheeling tariff while considering the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.00 O&M Expenses Capitalized 36. Considering the strengthening of existing network. The amount claimed in this manner is expected to meet the cost of debt and equity capital used to finance the assets and capital used and 80 . The approved investment amount is taken into determination of wheeling tariff.

c) the working capital requirement for distribution business is computed based on guidelines provided in Regulation 4 of 2005 with revised O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period. b) the approved investments and capitalization schedule of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are taken in RRB calculation.02 Cr.4802. With the approved RRB and return on capital(WACC). b) the Return on Capital (WACC) in percent is worked out based on a) debtequity ratio. and c) the Return on Capital (WACC) in percent is applied on RRB to arrive at the ROCE for each year of the Control Period.7404. a) the sum of the value of the assets and capital used in the distribution business is known as Regulatory Rate Base (RRB).905.useful in the distribution business. 81 . against Rs. The return on capital(WACC) is approved at 11 percent per year while considering the following factors.35 Cr. filed by EPDCL for the Control Period with the following modifications to the filings. and c) the cost of debt is approved at 10 percent based on existing loan profile and likely future interest rates 237. and d) the claim of certain amount under O&M stores in the RRB calculations is disallowed as such provision for O&M stores in RRB calculations is not provided in the Regulation 4 of 2005. The RRB is approved at Rs.22 Cr. a) to the extent possible and identifiable. 236. a portion of fully depreciated assets is removed from RRB as the physical presence of these assets in distribution is unlikely. 238. The ROCE provided should meet the cost of debt and return on equity on the amounts used in the distribution business during the Control Period.528. b)cost of debt and c)return on equity. a) the debt equity ratio is kept at 75:25 instead of varying the ratio for each year of the Control Period. The details of RRB and ROCE filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 44. the ROCE is computed and approved at Rs. b) the return on equity is approved at 14 percent since balance 2 percent return is provided in retail supply business. filed EPDCL. The regulatory framework relating to compensating the capital employed in general is.36 Cr. against Rs.

15 3021.34 905. filed by EPDCL with the following modifications to the filings. d) the claims of depreciation on assets added during the year have been disallowed. only the opening value is considered.03 5 143.72 528.84 185.17 1019.16 154.43 212.18 15122.15 123. e) assets funded by persons other than Licensee are removed for the purpose of computing the depreciation as provided in Regulation 4 of 2005.03 Cr.84 1065.78 878.42 7404.1065.74 82 .Cr.873. a) the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period is arrived at for the purpose of computing the depreciation.93 4 157.86 17420.19 112.42 1498. c) to the extent possible and identifiable. b) the approved investment amounts and capitalization schedule are taken for computing the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period.67 104.) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Asset Base Filed by EPDCL Approved by APERC Depreciation Filed by EPDCL Approved by APERC 2 2511.35 831.54 180.51 233.74 Cr.52 1124.51 3526.72 4802.58 173.36 91.83 947.) Financial Year 1 Regulate Rate Base (RRB) Filed by EPDCL 2 Approved by APERC 3 Return on Capital Employed(ROCE) Filed by EPDCL 4 Approved by APERC 5 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded 1176.36 2682.78 157. i.22 Depreciation 239.56 1616.34 1760.45 873.14 3051.98 3362. Table 45: EPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period (Rs. The depreciation expense is approved at Rs.19 201. and. The details of asset base on which depreciation is computed and the depreciation filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given Table 45.82 4384.82 215.12 190. 240.98 3945. certain portion of the value of fully depreciated assets but still appearing in asset registers is removed.31 3 2349.Cr.02 132. against Rs.e.50 96.01 238.52 267.Table 44: EPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed (Rs.61 1352.26 3707.

to prepare a Safety Improvement Plan for five years relating to distribution network with a budget of Rs.51 502.25.02 1987.03 514. and c) the O&M expenses tend to be lower as the approved investment is lower than the proposed investment.Cr.Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses 241.9.30 653. and file the same with the Commission for approval by 31st August 2009.2347.60 394.97 Cr.00 28. for the Control Period at Rs.25 Cr. the projections made based on norms bound to be lower.00 Cr.76 3 49.91 Cr. Non compliance of this directive may lead to claw back of the amounts provided with carrying cost.1987. The amount is estimated based on audited accounts for 83 .11 2347. The non tariff income (NTI) is estimated and taken in to calculations at Rs.20 39. Tax on income as expense item is approved at Rs. Upon approval of such safety improvement plan by the Commission.96 5 352. EPDCL is expected to utilize the amount to improve the safety conditions in the distribution network.84 437. filed by EPDCL with the consideration of the following.35 425.40 207.83 34.65 404.45 6 36. for the Control Period. per annum is approved as onetime expense item. Special appropriation for Safety Measures 244.89 Cr.75 30.80 4 336.40 533. Revenue Items 245. EPDCL may commensurate the project. a sum of Rs.51 2555. 242.10 39.30 36. for the Control Period.76 161.) Filed by EPDCL Financial Year Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp.60 358. The net O&M expenses for the Control Period are approved at Rs.25 Cr.25 Figures are rounded Taxes on Income 243. The details of field and approved O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 46.80 43.70 468. The amount filed is in tune with tax payment history and likely profits during the control period.00 Cr. Table 46: EPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period (Rs.31 463. the Commission directs EPDCL. To improve the safety in distribution networks. as filed without any change.66. the projections are rather high.50 610. In this regard.86 30. b) if the actual O&M expenses of previous years are taken in to account.20 480. a) compared with the actual O&M expenses during the previous years based on annual accounts.5. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses Approved by APERC Gross O&M Exp. against Rs.95 440.20 7 316.60 387. Net O&M O&M Capitalized Expenses Expenses 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total 2 385.78 2148.50 573.

51 185.74 9.36 2555.75 30.37 34.95 157.00 207.78 212.80 980.00 4353.50 352.00 36.60 143.76 1065.15 468.89 25.98 5. 3357.51 573.85 28.22 2148.89 25.67 387.38 665.43 1.98 5.03 190. The loss reduction trajectory is based on principles enunciated in National Electricity Policy.51 267.98 5. the revenue requirement for the distribution business is approved at Rs.51 2012-13 112.30 238.86 13.80 0.00 39. The loss reduction trajectory is specified with aggregation of voltage wise losses approved for three voltages.20 754.54 440.44 30.76 13.98 5.83 13. against Rs.04 9.84 1. for Safety measures Less O&M Exp.35 154.84 1. EPDCL did not provide any nontariff income in the filings.00 2013-14 233. for Safety measures Less O&M Expenses Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR 2009-10 132. Table 47:EPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period (Rs.45 873.20 66.91 3357.40 1118. 246.34 653.72 514.70 173. With these changes/modifications in computing the revenue requirement.98 5.10 865.00 43.75 13.38 603.30 634.26 Cr.58 2011-12 104.00 2011-12 180. The aggregate loss reduction trajectory filed by and approved for EPDCL for the Control Period is given in Table 48.Cr.) Filed by EPDCL Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Special Appn.16 1. The approved ARR for distribution business for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 47.98 5.20 PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES Loss Reduction Trajectory for the Control Period 247.58 1.00 49.82 1. 33kV. Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR Approved by APERC Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Special Aprpn.previous years and likely income in future years.27 2013-14 123.00 Total 905.50 215.38 733.79 161.19 425.38 809.12 1.00 2012-13 201.98 5. filed by EPDCL for the Control Period. 84 . 11kV and LT for the Control Period(Para 195 to 199).38 544.65 2010-11 96.78 385.00 2010-11 157.00 13.98 5.52 1.24 2009-10 91.00 39.4353.98 5.98 5.45 1.25 Total 528.01 1.20 Cr.00 36.19 502.

33% 9.47% 4.33% 9.32% PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD Wheeling Tariff Computation 248. 11 kV and LT using the capacities filed by EPDCL. the loss levels approved for EPDCL while fixing the loss reduction trajectory (Para 199) are adopted as wheeling losses.67% 4.73% 4.31% 9.73% 12.27% 9.13% 2013-14 Supply Point Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.18% LT LT 12. The approved ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes.21 182.53% 10./kVA/Month) Voltage/Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 33 kV 19.12% 2010-11 10. the wheeling charge is computed in Rs. with regard to distribution losses on account of wheeling.45% 7.40 19.59% 12.48% 9.79% 4.02% LT 12.74% 2012-13 10. With the apportioned ARR and the capacity in kVA.19% 11.48% 3.32% 10.89% 2011-12 10.33% 11 kV 11 kV 7.47% 7. 33 kV.62% 7. To compensate EPDCL.40% 5. 250.96 625.85 11 kV 177.Table 48: EPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory Financial Year Filed by EPDCL Approved by APERC 2009-10 11.49 192.35% 12.10% 9.12 LOW TENSION 581./kVA/Month for respective voltage levels for each year of the Control Period.18% 5.31% 2012-13 Supply Point 2011-12 Supply Point Drawn Drawn 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 11 kV LT At At 33 kV 33 kV 3.39% 7.72% 9. FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES(Rs.10% 11 kV 7. 249.01% 85 .89 198.47% 12.51% 7.21% 12.45% 5.22% 9.40% LT LT 12.56 21.67% 12.10 641.81 20.81 188.32 656. Table 49:EPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period.63% 11 kV 11 kV 7.30% 5.30% 7.56% 7.74% 10.63% 9. The details of wheeling charges and wheeling losses computed/adopted in accordance with para 248 and 249 for EPDCL are given in Table 49.96% 10.57% 2013-14 10.72% 3.02% 5.41 606.32% 9.89 B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Supply Point 2010-11 Supply Point Drawn Drawn 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 11 kV LT At At 33 kV 33 kV 3.07 21.59% 4.79% 12.

The Commission hereby determines the Wheeling Tariff in the licensed area of EPDCL as indicated in Table 49 for this Control Period. is given in Part-C of Annexure-C. 86 . 252. The wheeling charges/rates and wheeling losses shall be as indicated in Table 49 for EPDCL for the Control Period FY2009-10 to FY2013-14. indicating the wheeling charges and losses with terms and conditions.Wheeling Tariff for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 251. The Wheeling Tariff Schedule for EPDCL.

Cr.70 245.80 402. the Licensee is permitted to claim the Return on Capital Employed (ROCE). NPDCL filed the capital investment expenditure under different heads for each year of the Control Period.64 474. In course of examination of these investment filings.88 2067.56 480. a sum of Rs.85 Cr. The approved investment amount is taken into determination of wheeling tariff. The amount claimed in this manner is expected to meet the cost of debt and equity capital used to finance the assets and capital used and 87 . towards capital investment is approved for the Control Period.90 397.68 160.00 1734. PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT Investments 254. it is found that the basis for capital investment plan for distribution network expansion and strengthening is lacking technical study and is more dependent on arithmetic method. examined the revenue requirement to fix the wheeling tariff for NPDCL for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 as detailed hereunder.58 40. Considering the strengthening of existing network.20 O&M Expenses Capitalized 44. after examination of the issues related to determination of wheeling tariff while considering the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings. Table 50: NPDCL: Approved Investments During the Control Period (Rs.58 24.29 39.22 298.77 24.20 173.85 Figures are rounded Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 255. As per the Regulation 4 of 2005. future network requirement and other financial aspects.23 Total 526.42 Interest During Construction 36.56 287.80 242.18 21. The details of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 50.2067.18 37.75 28.45 36. The Commission.) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Investment 445.CHAPTER-VIII WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (NPDCL) Introduction 253.

useful in the distribution business. The regulatory framework relating to compensating the capital employed in general is; a) the sum of the value of the assets and capital used in the distribution business is known as Regulatory Rate Base (RRB), b) the Return on Capital (WACC) in percent is worked out based on a) debtequity ratio, b)cost of debt and c)return on equity, and c) the Return on Capital(WACC) in percent is applied on RRB to arrive at the ROCE for each year of the Control Period. 256. The return on capital(WACC) is approved at 11 percent per year while considering the following factors; a) the debt equity ratio is kept at 75:25 instead of varying the ratio for each year of the Control Period, b) the return on equity is approved at 14 percent since balance 2 percent return is provided in retail supply business, and c) the cost of debt is approved at 10 percent based on existing loan profile and likely future interest rates 257. The RRB is approved at Rs. 6442.55 Cr. against Rs. 12286.97 Cr. filed by NPDCL for the Control Period with the following modifications to the filings; a) to the extent possible and identifiable, a portion of fully depreciated assets is removed from RRB as the physical presence of these assets in distribution is unlikely, b) the approved investments and capitalization schedule of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are taken in RRB calculation, c) the working capital requirement for distribution business is computed based on guidelines provided in Regulation 4 of 2005 with revised O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period. and d) the claim of certain amount under O&M stores in the RRB calculations is disallowed as such provision for O&M stores in RRB calculations is not provided in the Regulation 4 of 2005. 258. With the approved RRB and return on capital(WACC), the ROCE is computed and approved at Rs.708.68 Cr. against Rs.1630.32 Cr. filed by NPDCL for the Control Period. The ROCE provided should meet the cost of debt and return on equity on the amounts used in the distribution business during the Control Period. The details of RRB and ROCE filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 51.

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Table 51: NPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed
(Rs.Cr.)

Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total
Figures are rounded

Regulate Rate Base (RRB)
Filed by NPDCL Approved by APERC

Return on Capital Employed(ROCE)
Filed by NPDCL Approved by APERC

2 1517.74 2080.57 2599.96 2966.68 3122.02 12286.97

3 1033.67 1190.31 1346.52 1425.39 1446.65 6442.55

4 210.71 278.41 337.86 389.97 413.36 1630.32

5 113.70 130.93 148.12 156.79 159.13 708.68

Depreciation 259. The depreciation expense is approved at Rs. 1160.77 Cr. against Rs, 1547.94 Cr. filed by NPDCL with the following modifications to the filings; a) the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period is arrived at for the purpose of computing the depreciation, b) the approved investment amounts and capitalization schedule are taken for computing the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period, c) to the extent possible and identifiable, certain portion of the value of fully depreciated assets but still appearing in asset registers is removed, d) the claims of depreciation on assets added during the year have been disallowed, i.e. only the opening value is considered, and, e) assets funded by persons other than Licensee are removed for the purpose of computing the depreciation as provided in Regulation 4 of 2005. 260. The details of asset base on which depreciation is computed and the depreciation filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given Table 52. Table 52: NPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period
(Rs.Cr.)

Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

Asset Base
Filed by NPDCL Approved by APERC

Depreciation
Filed by NPDCL Approved by APERC

2 2626.09 3405.06 4249.59 5024.21 5663.32 20968.27

3 2398.44 2779.40 3229.66 3705.18 4118.77 16231.45

4 203.68 260.08 317.93 366.66 399.59 1547.94

5 149.72 183.80 232.45 275.60 319.20 1160.77

Figures are rounded

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Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses 261. The net O&M expenses for the Control Period are approved at Rs.1629.22 Cr. against Rs.1974.14 Cr. filed by NPDCL with the consideration of the following; a) compared with the actual O&M expenses during the previous years based on annual accounts, the projections are rather high, b) if the actual O&M expenses of previous years are taken in to account, the projections made based on norms bound to be lower, and c) the O&M expenses tend to be lower as the approved investment is lower than the proposed investment, for the Control Period. 262. The details of filed and approved O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 53. Table 53: NPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period
(Rs.Cr.)

Financial Year

Filed by NPDCL Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses

Approved by APERC Gross O&M Exp. Net O&M O&M Capitalized Expenses Expenses

1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total

2 343.64 392.01 449.37 502.86 561.70 2249.58

3 77.96 63.44 67.49 32.76 33.79 275.44

4 265.68 328.57 381.88 470.10 527.91 1974.14

5 296.01 324.92 357.00 392.60 432.11 1802.64

6 44.58 40.29 39.77 24.58 24.20 173.42

7 251.43 284.63 317.23 368.02 407.91 1629.22

Figures are rounded

Taxes on Income 263. Tax on income as expense item is approved at Rs.7.00 Cr. against Rs.69.10 Cr. filed by NPDCL for the Control Period. The reduction is based on previous period tax payment history and likely profits during the Control Period. Special appropriation for Safety Measures 264. To improve the safety in distribution networks, a sum of Rs.25.00 Cr. for the Control Period at Rs.5.00 Cr. per annum is approved as special one time expense item. NPDCL is expected to utilize the amount to improve the safety conditions in the distribution network. In this regard, the Commission directs that; to prepare a Safety Improvement Plan for five years relating to distribution network with a budget of Rs.25 Cr. and file the same with the Commission for approval by 31st August 2009. Upon approval of such safety improvement plan by the Commission, NPDCL may commensurate the project. Non compliance of this directive may lead to claw back of the amounts provided with carrying cost.

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Revenue Items 265. The non tariff income (NTI) is estimated and taken in to calculations at Rs.29.77 Cr. against Rs.213.70 Cr. filed by NPDCL for the Control Period. The amount is estimated based on audited accounts for previous years and likely income in future years of the Control Period. Revenue Requirement for Distribution Business 266. With these changes/modifications in computing the revenue requirement, the revenue requirement for the distribution business is approved at Rs.3521.12 Cr. against Rs.5075.64 Cr. filed by NPDCL for the Control Period. The details of field and approved ARR for distribution business for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 54. Table 54:NPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period
(Rs.Cr.)

Filed by NPDCL Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Other Expenditure Special Apprn. for Safety measures Less O&M Exp.Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR Approved by APERC Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Other Expenditure Special Apprn. for Safety measures Less O&M Exp.Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR

2009-10 210.71 343.64 203.68 3.99 1.42 30.00 77.96 33.74 681.74 2009-10

2010-11 278.41 392.01 260.08 9.53 1.49 30.00 63.44 38.99 869.09 2010-11

2011-12 337.86 449.37 317.93 14.08 1.56 0.00 67.49 43.14 1010.18 2011-12

2012-13 389.97 502.86 366.66 18.59 1.64 0.00 32.76 47.10 1199.86 2012-13

2013-14 413.36 561.70 399.59 22.91 1.72 0.00 33.79 50.73 1314.76 2013-14

Total
1630.32 2249.58 1547.94 69.10 7.84 60.00 275.44 213.70 5075.64

113.70
296.01 149.72 1.25 3.90 5.00 44.58

130.93
324.92 183.80 1.25 3.97 5.00 40.29

148.12
357.00 232.45 1.50 4.03 5.00 39.77

156.79
392.60 275.60 1.50 4.11 5.00 24.58

159.13 432.11 319.20
1.50 4.19 5.00 24.20

Total 708.68 1802.64 1160.77 7.00 20.21 25.00 173.42 29.77 3521.12

5.86 519.15

5.91 603.67

5.95 702.38

6.00 805.03

6.05 890.89

PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES
Loss Reduction Trajectory for the Control Period 267. The loss reduction trajectory is specified with aggregation of voltage wise losses approved for three voltages, 33kV, 11kV and LT for the Control Period(Para 195 to 199).The loss reduction trajectory is based on principles enunciated in National

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Electricity Policy. The aggregate loss reduction trajectory filed by and approved for NPDCL for the Control Period is given in Table 55. Table 55: NPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory Financial Year Filed by NPDCL Approved by APERC 2009-10 17.18% 14.71% 2010-11 16.73% 13.38% 2011-12 16.23% 12.84% 2012-13 15.65% 12.55% 2013-14 15.05% 12.14%

PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD
Wheeling Tariff Computation 268. The approved ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes, 33 kV, 11 kV and LT using the capacities filed by NPDCL. With the apportioned ARR and the capacity in kVA, the wheeling charge is computed in Rs./kVA/Month for respective voltage levels for each year of the Control Period. 269. To compensate NPDCL, with regard to distribution losses on account of wheeling, the loss levels approved for NPDCL while fixing the loss reduction trajectory (Para 199) are adopted as wheeling losses. 270. The details of wheeling charges and wheeling losses computed/adopted in accordance with Para 269 and 270 for NPDCL are given in Table 56. Table 56:NPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period, FY2009-10 TO 2013-14
A: CHARGES/RATES(Rs./kVA/Month) Voltage/Year 33 kV 11 kV LOW TENSION B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2009-10 11.56 124.08 324.23 2010-11 12.29 133.14 338.19 2011-12 12.73 141.26 353.72 2012-13 12.70 143.73 357.51 2013-14 12.45 140.69 345.92

Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 4.50% 9.28% 15.63% 9.28% 5.00% 11.65% 15.63% 11.65% 7.00% 33 kV 4.10% 8.51% 13.91% Supply Point 11 kV LT

2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT

Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 4.25% 8.85% 14.41% 8.85% 4.80% 10.61% 14.41% 10.61% 6.10% 33 kV 4.00% 8.32% 13.59% Supply Point 11 kV 8.32% 4.50% 9.99% LT 13.59% 9.99% 5.75%

8.51% 13.91% 4.60% 10.23% 10.23% 5.90% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 3.90% 8.08% 13.14% 8.08% 4.35% 9.61% 13.14% 9.61% 5.50%

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93 . The Wheeling Tariff Schedule for NPDCL. The wheeling charges/rates and wheeling losses shall be as indicated in Table 56 for NPDCL for the Control Period FY2009-10 to FY2013-14. is given in Part-D of Annexure-C.Wheeling Tariff for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 271. 272. indicating the wheeling charges and losses with terms and conditions. The Commission hereby determines the Wheeling Tariff in the licensed area of NPDCL as indicated in Table 56 for this Control Period.

Cr.99 Interest During Construction 45.02 50.50 52.70 O&M Expenses Capitalized 60.14 Cr.50 222.68 245.00 400.14 Figures are rounded Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 275.82 45. The approved investment amount is taken into determination of wheeling tariff. The amount claimed in this manner is expected to meet the cost of debt and equity capital used to finance the assets and capital used and useful in the distribution business.73 39. PART-A: REVENUE REQUIREMENT Investments 274.98 2953.80 2484. Considering the strengthening of existing network.37 47. examined the revenue requirement to fix the wheeling tariff for SPDCL for FY2009-10 to 2013-14 as detailed hereunder.) Financial Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Investment 611.2953.62 628. future network requirement and other financial aspects.01 681. The details of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 57. 94 .60 576.10 525. it is found that the basis for capital investment plan for distribution network expansion and strengthening is lacking technical study and is more dependent on arithmetic method. after examination of the issues related to determination of wheeling tariff while considering the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings. Table 57: SPDCL: Approved Investments during the Control Period (Rs.47 473. As per the Regulation 4 of 2005. the Licensee is permitted to claim the Return on Capital Employed (ROCE).45 Total 716. SPDCL filed the capital investment expenditure under different heads for each year of the Control Period.20 371.74 33.04 36. The regulatory framework relating to compensating the capital employed in general is. towards capital investment is approved for the Control Period.CHAPTER-IX WHEELING TARIFF DETERMINATION SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (SPDCL) Introduction 273. The Commission. a sum of Rs.07 453.03 57. In course of examination of these investment filings.

The ROCE provided should meet the cost of debt and return on equity on the amounts used in the distribution business during the Control Period. a portion of fully depreciated assets is removed from RRB as the physical presence of these assets in distribution is unlikely. filed by SPDCL for the Control Period with the following modifications to the filings. and d) the claim of certain amount under O&M stores in the RRB calculations is disallowed as such provision for O&M stores in RRB calculations is not provided in the Regulation 4 of 2005. The return on capital(WACC) is approved at 11 percent per year while considering the following factors. and c) the Return on Capital(WACC) in percent is applied on RRB to arrive at the ROCE for each year of the Control Period. With the approved RRB and return on capital(WACC). The details of RRB and ROCE filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 58.19 Cr. b) the return on equity is approved at 14 percent since balance 2 percent return is provided in retail supply business. the ROCE is computed and approved at Rs. The RRB is approved at Rs. and c) the cost of debt is approved at 10 percent based on existing loan profile and likely future interest rates 277. 278.05 Cr.1463. a) the debt equity ratio is kept at 75:25 instead of varying the ratio for each year of the Control Period. b) the Return on Capital (WACC) in percent is worked out based on a) debtequity ratio. against Rs.13303.1970. 95 . against Rs. filed by SPDCL for the Control Period. 276.34 Cr.16248. a) to the extent possible and identifiable. b)cost of debt and c)return on equity. c) the working capital requirement for distribution business is computed based on guidelines provided in Regulation 4 of 2005 with revised O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period.35 Cr. b) the approved investments and capitalization schedule of approved investments for each year of the Control Period are taken in RRB calculation.a) the sum of the value of the assets and capital used in the distribution business is known as Regulatory Rate Base (RRB).

42 3396. c) to the extent possible and identifiable.91 6251. only the opening value is considered. against Rs.52 380. i.25 Cr.54 6884.2246.07 4911.34 1463.84 2878.92 30966. a) the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period is arrived at for the purpose of computing the depreciation. 280. The depreciation expense is approved at Rs.95 2721.3331.35 Depreciation 279. certain portion of the value of fully depreciated assets but still appearing in asset registers is removed.93 Cr.Cr.1357.98 Depreciation Filed by Approved SPDCL by APERC 4 5 304.) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Regulate Rate Base (RRB) Filed by SPDCL 2 2321.11 5175.Cr.27 338.51 16248.05 343. b) the approved investment amounts and capitalization schedule are taken for computing the opening value of assets for each year of the Control Period.96 13303. Table 59: SPDCL: Asset Base and Depreciation for the Control Period (Rs.24 571.45 334.89 3758.93 1357. and.19 Return on Capital Employed(ROCE) Filed by Approved SPDCL by APERC 4 5 272.89 6219. filed by SPDCL with the following modifications to the filings.2573.39 3892.54 8100. The details of asset base on which depreciation is computed and the depreciation filed and approved for each year of the Control Period are given Table 59.82 232.85 27808. filed by SPDCL with the consideration of the following.Table 58: SPDCL: Regulated Rate Base and Return on Capital Employed (Rs.) Financial Year 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Figures are rounded Asset Base Filed by Approved by SPDCL APERC 2 3 4254.94 2942.54 2452.93 5597. 96 .05 Approved by APERC 3 2109.52 7216.40 4163.71 479.19 531. e) assets funded by persons other than Licensee are removed for the purpose of computing the depreciation as provided in Regulation 4 of 2005.e. against Rs. The net O&M expenses for the Control Period are approved at Rs.75 Cr.62 269.02 343.41 462.10 267.52 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses 281. d) the claims of depreciation on assets added during the year have been disallowed.76 323.88 299.87 459.52 Cr.36 1970.82 411.79 181.81 3075.57 230.69 2246.

per annum is approved as one time expense item. b) if the actual O&M expenses of previous years are taken in to account.00 Cr.75 5 471. SPDCL may commensurate the project.03 57.44 Cr.00 Cr.60 737. Table 60: SPDCL: O&M Expenses for the Control Period (Rs.04 36.72 88.80 2819. the projections are rather high.69 664.73 832.22 639. Upon approval of such safety improvement plan by the Commission.96 625. In this regard.38 572.73 39. and c) the O&M expenses tend to be lower as the approved investment is lower than the proposed investment. a sum of Rs.5.57 559.36 Cr.) Financial Year Filed by SPDCL Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp.79 Cr. SPDCL estimated the revenue for FY2009-10 but did not include the same in ARR filings. SPDCL is expected to utilize the amount to improve the safety conditions in the distribution network. against Rs.59 882.17. the Commission directs that.88 649. The wheeling revenue from third parries/open access users as estimated by SPDCL at Rs. 97 . To improve the safety in distribution networks. Tax on income as expense item is approved at Rs.1. Non compliance of this directive may lead to claw back of the amounts provided with carrying cost. and file the same with the Commission for approval by 31st August 2009.67 558. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses Approved by APERC Gross O&M Expenses O&M Exp.92 3703.25 Figures are rounded Taxes on Income 283.68 245.09 938.a) compared with the actual O&M expenses during the previous years based on annual accounts.50 56. Revenue Items 285. Special appropriation for Safety Measures 284. the projections made based on norms bound to be lower.18 3331.13 2573.43 779.25 Cr. to prepare a Safety Improvement Plan for five years relating to distribution network with a budget of Rs. for the Control Period.25.50 52. Capitalized Net O&M Expenses 1 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total 2 555. 282. for the Control Period at Rs.99 7 411.42 609.30 52.55 80. filed by SPDCL for the Control Period.74 371. is considered as revenue for FY2009-10.74 513.54 502.56 3 93.Cr. The reduction is based on previous period tax payment history and likely profits during the Control Period.24 461.23 6 60.81 4 461.6. The details of filed and approved O&M expenses for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 60.

49 56.22 304.00 1.5241.73 459.48 1282.15 49.60 Cr.25 5.57 4.74 181.52 55.36 664. against Rs.42 267.15 47.34 793. The non tariff income (NTI) is estimated and taken in to calculations at Rs. filed by SPDCL for the Control Period.286.54 Cr.17 1933.56 1040.00 36. The loss reduction trajectory is specified with aggregation of voltage wise losses approved for three voltages.00 39.50 83.10 4.86 Cr.80 423.65 1038. filed by SPDCL for the Control Period. for Safety measures Less Revenue from Wheeling O&M Expenses Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR 2009-10 272.44 52.30 84.73 90.71 609.51 1520. The amount is estimated based on audited accounts for previous years and likely income in future years of the Control Period.) Filed by NPDCL Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Other Expenditure Less O&M Expenses Capitalized Non-Tariff Income Net ARR Approved by APERC Return on Capital O&M Expenses Depreciation Taxes on Income Other Expenditure Special Apprn.72 80.44 256.67 5.82 513.34 935.94 25.64 1273.423.09 531.24 1.7548.02 1.69 334.85 PART-B: DISTRIBUTION LOSSES Loss Reduction Trajectory for the Control Period 288.98 1199.32 3703. against Rs.77 371. With these changes/modifications in computing the revenue requirement. Table 61:SPDCL: Net ARR for the Control Period (Rs.00 57.93 17.52 92.35 2819.00 0.37 53.55 76.12 70.03 86.54 2013-14 479.68 2010-11 269.61 75.00 1.03 82.36 405.99 438.79 5.87 1.53 2012-13 323.73 1773.Cr.86 5241. Revenue Requirement for Distribution Business 287.60 380. The details of approved ARR for distribution business for each year of the Control Period are given in Table 61.31 2009-10 232.69 1.30 2013-14 338.79 245.30 Total 1970. 33kV.00 0.52 1.56 93.56 2246.00 0. The loss reduction trajectory is based on principles enunciated in National Electricity 98 .78 2011-12 299.09 80.80 343.50 88.50 80.51 2011-12 411. the revenue requirement for the distribution business is approved at Rs.19 1.23 1357.41 559.75 832.26 938.60 Total 1463.00 52.85 Cr.00 2012-13 462.68 95.54 7548.92 571.25 51.88 737.61 639.46 5.82 555.45 2.05 471.79 60.04 86.438.25 5.74 93.51 2010-11 343.52 6.78 88. 11kV and LT for the Control Period.32 5.57 230.00 0.

32% Supply Point 11 kV LT 8.55% 6.28% 12. To compensate SPDCL.00% 8.53 363. The aggregate loss reduction trajectory filed by and approved for SPDCL for the Control Period is given in Table 62.40% 33 kV 4.13% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 3.Policy.78% 10.75% 2011-12 14.40% 9.82% 7.13% 4. 33 kV.49 184.60 191.22% 9.35% 11.40% 7.98 380.22% 7. with regard to distribution losses on account of wheeling.82% 9.55% 10.75% 8. 291.25% 2012-13 13./kVA/Month) Voltage/Year 2009-10 2010-11 33 kV 25. the loss levels approved for SPDCL while fixing the loss reduction trajectory (Para 199) are adopted as wheeling losses.65% 14. 11 kV and LT using the capacities filed by SPDCL. the wheeling charge is computed in Rs. Table 63:SPDCL: Wheeling Tariff for the Control Period.13% 5.65% 12.60% 9.27 2012-13 29.50% 2010-11 14.64% PART-C:TARIFF FOR THE CONTROL PERIOD Wheeling Tariff Computation 289.65% 14.10% 2011-12 28.21 11 kV 169.28% 5.06% 11. Table 62: SPDCL: Distribution Loss Reduction Trajectory Financial Year Filed by SPDCL Approved by APERC 2009-10 14.51% 12.13% 12.60% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 3.38 180.50% 7.51% 4./kVA/Month for respective voltage levels for each year of the Control Period.89% 2013-14 13.00% Supply Point 33 kV 11 kV LT 3. With the apportioned ARR and the capacity in kVA.48 375.22 384. The approved ARR is apportioned among three voltage classes.18% 13.81 B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT Supply Point 11 kV LT 8.94% 9.56% 12.61 28.50% 10.66 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.84% 4. FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES(Rs.88 2013-14 27. The details of wheeling charges and wheeling losses computed/adopted in accordance with Para 289 and 290 for SPDCL are given in Table 63.32% 4.94% 5. 290.20% 99 .64% 12.84% 10.18% 13.76 183.65% 4.45% 7.56% 5.84% 12.30% 9.25% 9.45% 9.60% 7.03 LOW TENSION 364.

is given in Part-E of Annexure-C. The Wheeling Tariff Schedule for SPDCL.292. The Commission hereby determines the Wheeling Tariff in the licensed area of SPDCL as indicated in Table 63 for this Control Period. 293. 100 . indicating the wheeling charges and losses with terms and conditions. The wheeling charges/rates and wheeling losses shall be as indicated in Table 63 for SPDCL for the Control Period FY2009-10 to FY2013-14.

a) b) c) d) e) f) 296. Sales to Consumers. The framework for determination of revenue requirement for retail supply business and retail supply tariff is notified in Regulation 4 of 2005. Analysis of Issues 295. and. The Licensees estimated the sales to LT V:Agricultural consumers for FY2009-10 with an increase in the range of 9 to 36 percent over the approved sales volumes for FY2008-09. As per this framework. the revenue required to meet the retail supply cost normally for a year. i. it is very difficult to agree for such high volume of sales for FY2009-10.CHAPTER-X ISSUES RELATED TO RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION General 294. through retail supply tariff. EPDCL. the Licensees are eligible to recover the approved Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR). PART-A: SALES AND POWER PURCHASE REQUIREMENT Sales Volume to LT-V: Agriculture 297. Select ARR Items. The four distribution Licensees. some important issues have been analyzed with regard to. However. In course of retail supply tariff determination. In view of uncertainty with regard to estimated sale of energy to LT Agricultural consumers (as there are no meters to measure consumption) and the absence of robust measurement mechanism. Licensees are releasing new services every year and in this context. the sales volumes for each Licensee are approved for FY2009-10 with 5 percent increase over the volume of sales approved for FY2008-09. Tariff Modifications. Power Purchase Cost. Some of these issues which have a direct bearing on approval of revenue requirement and determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10 are briefly explained hereunder. NPDCL and SPDCL. Select Revenue Items. CPDCL.e. filed the aggregate revenue requirement(ARR) for retail supply business and proposed the retail supply tariff to different consumer categories for FY200910 as briefed in Chapter II. Power Purchase Requirement. 101 . The details are given in Table 64.

The scenario observed in FY2008-09 is likely to continue in the next year also.63% 1420 12.Table 64: LT Agricultural Sales MU Item Tariff Order 2008-09 Sales Filed for FY2009-10 (Increase over Approved Volumes in Tariff Order 2008=09 ) CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL TOTAL 5938 1260 2909 3291 13398 7044 18. The details are given in Item Tariff Order 2008-09 Projected Actuals for FY2008-09 Sales Proposed for FY2009-10 Sales Approved for FY2009-10 Figures are rounded CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL TOTAL 839 201 477 228 1745 483 2211 483 27 228 27 529 1053 477 37 135 37 1076 3627 1025 Power Purchase requirement 299.13% 16015 19. additional 4. the sales volumes are approved for FY2009-10 at projected actuals for FY2008-09 for CPDCL. The details of sales are given in Annexure H(i) to H(v). On the power purchase volumes from CGS (including NTPC simhadri though it is directly connected to APGRID).17 percent has been considered in computing the power purchase requirement.10% 3592 9. It is noted that the Licensees projected higher volumes of sales to HT-IV: agriculture compared with the approved volumes for FY2008-09 and actual consumption estimates made for FY2008-09.53% Approved Sales for FY2009-10 Figures are rounded 6235 1323 3055 3456 14068 Sales Volumes to HT-IV: Agriculture 298.EPDCL and SPDCL. Table 65: HT Agricultural Sales MU For NPDCL. Table 65. In these circumstances. Further. 102 . the sales volume is approved for FY2009-10 at level approved for FY2008-09. The power purchase requirements for each Licensee are computed by grossing up the approved sales at a particular voltage with the percentages of losses applicable at that voltage level to arrive at the input for the next higher voltage level. The sales and power purchase requirement filed and approved are given in Table 66.72% 3959 36. the actual sales in FY2008-09 is likely to be less than the sales approved for FY2008-09 as anticipated lift irrigation schemes did not come up for operation during FY2008-09.

60 377.00 333. After examination of the station wise energy availability from different sources for FY2009-10. The details of energy availability by generating station are given in Annexure E (1) to E (2).58 75145.84 110.69 74481. the Licensees have no prior commitment to procure energy from this source.57 15867.Table 66: Sales and Power Purchase Requirement for FY2009-10. Table 67:Availability by Source for FY 2009-10 Source of Energy APGENCO a) b) CGS-SR NTPC-Simhadri APGPCL IPPs OTHERS a) Non-Conventional b) Mini Power plants c) Market TOTAL 2764.11 25006.43 7406. (MU) DISCOM CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL Total Filings by DISCOMs Sales Purchase 28959 35938 9740 9797 13107 61603 11247 12026 15934 75146 Approved by APERC Sales Purchase 26421 31564 9442 8317 12873 57053 10945 10028 15562 68100 PART-B: POWER PURCHASE COST Availability 300.11 2764.56 8968.00 333.57 15867.41 Filings by DISCOMs (MU) Approved by APERC 103 .86 8968.43 7406.70 14023.60 Thermal stations Hydel stations 25293. Further. the total energy availability is considered at 74481 MU against 75146 MU filed by Licensees for FY2009-10. Since the market purchase requirement arises only when the energy availability is not sufficient to meet the requirement. The summary of energy availability by source is given in Table 67. this source is not considered as available to the Licensees.70 14023.84 110.

76 -660.09 2.64 Cr.11 16215.00 23.90 0.22 1.00 0.94 758.12 3632.Cr) 7007.41 2.84 3112.00 1.40 201.07 41.00 0.56 25293.50 3.76 -660.89 0.09 0. The fixed cost for APGENCO is approved at Rs.Cr) Variabl e costs (Rs.Cr) Tax. Pending determination of generation tariff for APGENCO’s power stations for FY200910.00 0.29 907.3112.00 7406. Further details are given in Annexure G to G(V).70 779. Table 68: Filings: Power Purchase Costs for FY 2009-10– Total Source Power purchase (MU) APGenco Thermal Hydel CGS-SR CGS-ER NTPC-Simhadri APGPCL-I&II IPPs NCE & Others Other short term sources Purchase from Others Sale to Others Grand Total 34262.36 Cr.01 75145.00 1338.11 2875.86 8968.39 182.00 852.16 3112.70 0. Accordingly. The details are given in Annexure-E(3).40 1636.30 2.80 779.39 182.78 5.00 59.89 0.00 0.392.16 307.24 Cr.28 31.81 1.25 2663.65 6806. (consisting of Rs. The fixed cost computed here is subject to corrections to be carried out upon the determination of generation tariff for APGENCO stations.00 462.00 0.68 Fixed costs (Rs.40 Cr.Cr) 61.APGENCO-Fixed Cost 301.16 3. In the merit order despatch.20 3959.64 -2740. variable cost in lieu of fixed cost for SSLBPH) filed by Licensees for FY2009-10. The monthly availability of energy from different power stations along with variable cost as filed by the Licensees was used for monthly merit order dispatch. Average incentives Total cost cost & Others (Rs.13 865.13 (Rs/kWh) 2.fixed costs plus Rs.00 (Rs.57 15867.76 1472.00 201.05 2.41 2.73 9948.25 0. the cost of power procurement is minimized to the extent possible with reference to monthly information on availability and requirement.70 0.3392.59 0. the fixed cost is determined based on information provided by APGENCO in its application for determination of generation tariff in accordance with the Regulation 1 of 2008.70 61.44 2358.fixed cost for SSLBPH) against Rs.43 0. Central Despatch and Power Purchase Cost for FY2009-10 302.69 0.00 161. the monthly energy availability from each generating station is stacked up by variable cost and dispatched to meet requirements of all the four Licensees. The details of power purchase cost filed are given in Table 68 and the power purchase cost estimated and approved for tariff calculations are given in Table 69.00 104 .12 3833.97 2426.13 865.12 Cr.201. in the merit order model. The details of fixed cost approved are given in Annexure-G.43 5959.73 0.(including Rs.3313.69 14023.15 36.00 333.40 0.

08 2.56 10908.) 33523.28 31.70 36.65 873.29 0.00 0.16 2.81) (36.61 8968.73 Surplus / (Deficit) (MU) (833.01 1.09 0.65 2116.33 3392.85 1./Unit) 31.70 2.) (Rs. Cr.17 14731.16 Energy cost after D-to-D transfer (Rs.38 0.04 0.46 6226.81 1. Cr. Cr.0.77 3404.00 907.) (Rs.65 43.63 Merit Order Despatch: D-D Energy Transfer Pricing and Costs 303.96 2875.64 3521.57 2400.04 865.38 29.82 6068.14 1339. The details of power purchase cost before and after D-D transfer are given in Table 70. Table 70: Cost Adjustment for D-D Energy Transfer for FY2009-10 Allocation from total approved energy (MU) 30730.74 1.99 907.47 41.73 Energy purchase Required (MU) 31564.37 68099.39) 753.) (Rs.00 1636. Since almost all generating stations are shared by four Licensees and the generating stations are dispatched on central basis.84 2319.78 0. Cr.16 DISCOM CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL Total 105 .78 5.91/kWh fixed cost and Rs. Cr. such transfer of energy is priced at Rs.86 2484.17 15679.82 6975.00 37.07 2882.41 98. often the energy share of one Licensee happens to be utilized by another Licensee (DISCOM TO DISCOM transfers).) (Rs.73 Total Cost Avg.16 Thermal 24554.75 15562. Cr. the power purchase cost is placed differently for each Licensee to the extent of surplus/deficit.85 10781.) 6584.00 2.15 68099.57 9937.Simhadri APGPCL IPPs OTHERS TOTAL (MU) (Rs. After pricing the D-D energy transfer.52 8278. Cr.Table 69:APERC: Power Purchase Cost for FY 2009-10 – Total Power Variable Income Tax Incentive And Others Purchase Fixed Cost Cost Source APGENCO Hydel CGS NTPC.84 23.08 31. Cost (Rs.44 68099.70 14023.75 852.) 6809.14 1371.78/kWh variable cost. The fixed cost adopted is the average fixed cost of generating stations for FY2009-10 and the variable cost adopted is the variable cost of four new gas based IPPs as projected by Licensees.86 0.69 22.11 29.00 127.64 14731.00 Energy cost before D-toD transfer (Rs.04 1451.00 36.47 1.77 3435.90 3.82 0.05 462.00 333.37 10945.1.23 10027.92 2390.42 116.18 907.43 7406. In the merit order process adopted for estimating the power purchase cost.44 3521.10 2589.83 14731.

84 MU from NCE sources and the details are given in Table 71.36 2.43 235.54 103. Table 71: Non-Conventional Energy (NCE) sources: Details for FY2009-10 Station NCE – Biomass NCE – Bagasse NCE – Municipal Waste to Energy NCE – Industrial Waste to Energy NCE – Wind Power NCE – Mini Hydel NCE – NCL Energy Ltd.11 174.24 2764.22 804.12 3.3. 4.36093/kWh(the difference between NCE purchase rate of Rs.06 27. Total 4 Energy (MU) 1.e. The NCE projects are allocated to the Licensees by Government of Andhra Pradesh on the basis of their location which ensures that the project developers are not put to avoidable inconvenience. The additional power purchase cost is worked out for NCE deficit Licensees on the deficit energy at Rs. With this purchase volume. As per the filings. Rs.05524/kWh.33 percent.92 3.10 percent purchase from NCE sources. 306.50 MU .78 3. Together with 24.Non-Conventional Energy(NCE) Sources-Cost Adjustment 304.56 1.61 852.85 39. 7.) 388.3.26 Variable charges (Rs.69431/kWh) and included 106 .16 2.10 percent.00 percent. the purchase from NCE sources as a percentage of total purchase for all four Licensees works out to 4.64 309.0.54 percent.13 20. the total projected purchase from NCE sources comes to 2789.e. Cr.2.45 percent and 2.84 Other cost for FY 2009-10 (Rs.77 3.229. which is considered in power purchase cost computations.10 percent of its total purchase requirement from NCE sources at the weighted average cost of purchase.00 54. it has been decided to distribute the cost of purchase from NCE sources among the four DISCOMs equally. the NCE purchase ratio is at 4. each DISCOM will have 4. Since some of the Licensees are disadvantaged due to the higher cost of electricity from these projects.80 3. The Licensees have projected purchase of 2764.99 71. i.52 155. Each Licensee bears the cost of 4.05524/kWh and D-to-D energy transfer rate of Rs.08 305. i. NPDCL.66 MU pertaining to mini Hydel units of AP Genco./kWh) 3. SPDCL and CPDCL respectively as against required obligation of 5. in having to deal with more than one Licensee.22 percent for EPDCL.

0. before adjustment 6809.99 2398.16 PART-C:TARIFF CHANGES Tariff Rationalization 307.61 496.57 2400. Tariffs are getting rationalized in the State since last one decade through alignment of the tariffs with the cost of service. In continuation of this practice and also to achieve the objective contained in section 42 of the Electricity Act. the endeavor is to reduce the tariff for different subsidizing consumer classes.e.90 2115.76 637. The total power purchase cost for each Licensee has been computed after this adjustment for FY2009-10 and details are given in Table 72.24 521. Table 72: Power Purchase Cost for FY2009-10 DISCOM CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL Total Allocation from NCE sources (MU) 699.99 1159. Table 73: Retail Supply Tariffs Modified as part of Tariff Rationalization Consumer Category HT-I: Industry 132kV and above 33Kv 11kV HT-I(b). Ferro Alloy Units HT-V: Railway Traction Current Energy Tariff Paise/kWh 275 300 325 245 400 Energy Tariff for FY2009-10 Paise/kWh 270 295 320 240 395 107 . 2003 that stipulates the reduction of cross subsidies.37 23. Leaving aside the absolute difference between the cost of service and tariff as the cost of service is sensitive to assumptions employed.65 2116.16 After adjustment 6830.00 Power Purchase Cost Rs.47 2789.72 0.50 NCE purchase required (MU) 1292. The details are given in Table 73.94 3385. the energy tariff is reduced by Rs.05/unit for HT I: Industrial and HT V: Railway Traction for FY2009-10.Cr.19 2789.77 3404.71 433.17 14731.34 14731. through reducing the tariff for subsidizing consumer categories.34 410.this amount in power purchase cost. The amount equal to additional power purchase cost for deficit NCE is reduced from the total power purchase cost of NCE surplus Licensees for FY2009-10.33) 48. i.50 Surplus / (Deficit) (MU) (593.94 448.

FY2009-10 with reasonable accuracy. The Licensees should be able to project the sales to different categories of consumers for the ensuing year.2.36/unit. Accordingly. 309. The Licensees forwarded the view that Government Lift Irrigation schemes at present are classified under HT Category IV(A) with energy charge at Rs. the issued is connected with the GoAP policy on agriculture. In the context of scheduled supply on rural agricultural feeders and similarity of operations in both agriculture and the rural horticulture nurseries. the rural horticulture nurseries are included in LT-V(A): Agriculture with energy charge at Rs.e. the proposal to delete HT-IV(B):Agriculture category by some Licensees is not approved. Accordingly. The Licensees expressed the concern that their finances are fixed in advance based on projections made by them for a year for HT-IV(B):Government Lift Irrigation Schemes with energy tariff at Rs.Proposal to Delete HT-IV(B) Agriculture Category 308. Any change of categorization from HT-IV(A) to HT-IV(B) will result in financial loss to Licensees due to increase in sales under HT-IV(B):Agricultural category with nil energy tariff. Rural Horticulture Nurseries 310. 108 .00/unit with other applicable terms and conditions.2. Some DISCOMs requested for inclusion of Rural Horticulture Nurseries into LT V(A) agriculture category.36/kWh and HT-IV(B):Agriculture with nil energy charges. 311. Some Licensees proposed to delete the consumer category HT IV(B): Agriculture for which the energy charge as per the existing tariff orders is zero.00/kWh.1. Further. When the Government transfers the management of lift irrigation schemes to the societies they tend to fall under HT Category IV(B) with Nil energy charge. the energy consumption profile of rural horticulture nurseries will not be significantly different from agricultural activities. i. In this background. The Licensees’ proposal to delete this category is not backed up with enough reasoning and details. it is reasonable to classify the rural horticulture nurseries into LT Agriculture and charge these consumers on par with Corporate Agriculture and IT Assesses for whom the energy charge is at Rs.1. The Discoms stated that the GoAP had advised them to make such a request to the APERC and had indicated willingness to provide additional subsidy to this category.

Given this background. It is reasonable to classify the rural horticulture nurseries into LT Agriculture and charge these consumers on par with Corporate Agriculture and IT Assesses for whom the energy charge is at Rs. The Discoms stated that the GoAP had advised them to make such a request to the APERC and had indicated willingness to provide additional subsidy to this category. The consumption profile of select consumers as submitted by the Licensees along with their recommendation indicates that the pattern of the consumption is seasonal.1. Cotton Seed Oil Mills as Seasonal Industry 314.Salt Farming Units 312. the salt farming units with connected load up to 15 HP are included in LT-V(A): Agriculture with energy charge at Rs. This provision will be applicable only to those units exclusively engaged in production of primary cotton seed oil.1. Often both cotton ginning and seed oil mills are in the same compound where the cotton is the input for ginning mills and its output of cotton seeds is the input for cotton seed oil mills. All four Licensees have proposed that this industry may be classified as seasonal industry in view of limited period of operation during the year. The consumption profile of the salt manufacturing units will not be significantly different from that of agricultural activity as both activities use the electricity to pump water for the end use based on scheduled supply by Licensees. based on some representations from consumers. At present. Some DISCOMs requested for inclusion of salt farming units into LT V(A) agriculture category. it is decided to classify the cotton oil seed mills as seasonal industry with applicable terms and conditions. the mills that use these seeds to extract the oil are not classified as seasonal industry despite the fact that such raw material is not available throughout the year. Accordingly. 313. 315.00/unit with other applicable terms and conditions. 109 . recommended that the Cotton Seed Oil Mills may be classified as seasonal industry. However. The Government of Andhra Pradesh. the cotton ginning mills that separate the seeds from raw cotton is classified as seasonal industry. the power supply position to salt manufacturing units is also scheduled as these are likely to be connected to rural agricultural feeders.00/kWh. Like rural horticulture nurseries.

318. 317. Given the background.50/month for single phase and Rs. The disconnected services very often are found to be resorting to unauthorized use of electricity instead of applying for reconnection. At present. The details of this new category are given in Table 74.4.Religious Places 316.00/kWh The condition of minimum charges applicable for LT VII: General is not applicable for this consumer category.e. Accordingly. c) It is also common knowledge that many small religious places do not take regular connections and resort to unauthorized use of electricity. Some consumers have made repeated requests in writing and during public hearings since last few years for lower tariff for small religious places such as temples.00/kWh with minimum charges of Rs. b) The enforcement of metering. Table 74: LT VII(b) Tariff for Religious Places with Connected Load up to 1 kW. with connected load upto 1 kW. Consumption in kWh(units)/Month Energy Charge First 200 Rs. a new sub category as LT-VII(b): Religious Places (with connected load up to 1 kW) with separate tariff has been introduced. these religious places are categorized under LT VII: General purpose tariff with the energy charge at Rs. etc. The following issues have come up with regard to this request. a) The consumption by many small religious places is very low normally below 200 kWh/month and the applicable tariff is rather high in view of limited income available with these places.4. Some of the consumers who run the poultry farms have brought the issue of tariff classification followed by the Licensees that some of these units are being billed under LT II: Non-Domestic despite the orders that these units are to be billed under LT IV: cottage industries if the number of birds is upto 1000 and LT III: industrial if 110 . churches. mosques.00/kWh Above 200 Rs.150/month for three phase connections. gurudwaras. remain without supply. billing and collection (MBC) is not satisfactory in view of the very specific nature of these services where it is difficult to find the responsible person for the religious places. A lower tariff is likely to discourage such malpractices. i.2. d) Often the services disconnected on account of non payment of bills. Poultry Farms 319. it is better to offer a lower tariff to improve the governance that should lead to reduction in aggregate technical and commercial (ATC) losses in the distribution.

To provide return in retail supply business. a two percent return on equity portion of approved regulated rate base (RRB) is computed for each Licensee and included in the ARR for FY2009-10. Supply Margin in Retail Supply Business 322. Further. a) No certificate by any external agency is required for tariff classification based on number of birds. 323. the poultry farms shall be billed under LT IV: cottage industries tariff or LT III(A): Industry Normal tariff based on number of birds. Accordingly. 321. the return on capital employed is provided for distribution business in view of combined operations of distribution and retail businesses by single entity. b) No industrial activity certificate from any external agency shall be insisted upon in case the strength of birds is more than 1000 to apply the LT III: Industrial Normal tariff. With this inclusion of 2 percent return on equity. the Licensees are eligible to recover interest cost on security deposits to be paid to the consumers.number of birds exceeds 1000. Some Licensees requested that the income from security deposits not to be included as income in tariff calculations as this income may compensate other costs they incur like working capital requirements. The Licensees did not recognize the income on consumer security deposits and included the same in the revenue filed for FY2009-10. PART-D:OTHER ARR AND REVENUE ITEMS Interest Income on Consumer Security Deposit 320. The amounts collected in this manner are being deployed into their businesses in one form or the other and earn income within the current regulatory framework. As per the existing regulations. 111 . the income is computed on security deposits held with Licensees for FY2009-10 and included as revenue in tariff determination. the Licensees are able to get a total of 16 percent return on equity portion of approved RRB for FY2009-10. The Licensees are expected to classify the consumers based on their own procedure evolved for this purpose. As per the existing tariff orders. As per Regulation 4 of 2005. the consumers stated that the tariff is very high compared with tariff in other states and requested for a favorable tariff. the Licensee for distribution and retail supply. It is clarified that. as expenses through retail supply tariff.

revenue and revenue gap for determining the retail supply tariff for CPDCL for FY2009-10. and b) the volume of sales to HT Lift Irrigation Schemes is fixed at 483 MU against 2211 MU filed by CPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 298).30 17.CHAPTER-XI RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (CPDCL) Introduction 324.04 2210.10 0.54 1423.34 7043.52 61.60 8728. a) the volume of sales to LT Agriculture is fixed at 6235 MU against 7044 MU filed by CPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 297).84 91.98 116.99 5. as detailed hereunder. The sales volume to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 is approved at 26421 MU against 28959 MU filed by CPDCL while incorporating the following two changes.10 26421. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by CPDCL 5201.00 10.10 28958. The sales volumes for the remaining consumer categories are approved as proposed by CPDCL as the forecasted sales volumes are found reasonable. 326.84 91.99 597.99 5.60 1249. General Industry.30 17.73 116.54 1423.18 112 .94 468.34 6234.90 597. has examined the revenue requirement. The Commission.00 10.51 Approved by APERC 5201.10 0.04 482.60 1249.63 1731. PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT Revision in Sales Volumes 325. The details of sales volumes filed and approved are given in Table 75. after examination of the issues related to determination of retail supply tariff including the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.60 8728.63 1731.94 468.52 61. Table 75: CPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry.

The fee and charges for State Load Despatch Centre(SLDC) are determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. The distribution cost for CPDCL is approved as part of the wheeling tariff determination for the Control Period of five years from 2009-10 to 201314(Chapter-VI). SLDC Cost 328. against Rs. filed by CPDCL. against Rs. With the fee and charge for SLDC services applicable for FY2009-10 and the generation capacity contracted by CPDCL.6830. filed by CPDCL for FY2009-10.99 Cr.12.74 Cr. filed by CPDCL. The transmission tariff for intra state transmission is determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. CPDCL filed the expenses related to evacuation of power from Central Generating Stations(CGS) in two forms.29 Cr.1313. PGCIL and ULDC Cost 331.26 Cr. the transmission cost is computed and approved at Rs. the SLDC cost is computed and approved at Rs.7745.1022.75 Cr.336.Power Purchase Cost 327. The power purchase cost for the approved power procurement requirement is approved at Rs.99 Cr. Based on further details made available by CPDCL.67 Cr. is considered as distribution cost against Rs.459. to be paid in the form of PGCIL transmission charges and ULDC load dispatch charges. against Rs. filed by CPDCL(Para 302 to 306). Transmission Cost 329.0. The power procurement requirement for CPDCL is computed based on revised sales volumes grossed up with approved distribution losses (Para 227) for FY2009-10 at 31564 MU. The net distribution ARR approved for FY2009-10 at Rs. The details are given in Annexure-G(i).49 Cr. With the transmission tariff applicable for FY2009-10 and generation capacity contracted by CPDCL. and the ULDC expenses are 113 .17. Distribution Cost 330.73 Cr. the PGCIL expenses are reduced by Rs. approved as filed by CPDCL.

49 336.08 12.Cr.67 1022. This is to progressively achieve the mandatory objective contained in section 42 of the Electricity Act 2003.28 8416.99 129. Table 76: CPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchases PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Revenue Requirement Figures are rounded (Rs.32 PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP Tariff Changes 335. The retail supply margin is provided at Rs. The interest cost on consumer security deposit is approved at Rs.Interest Cost on Consumer Security Deposits 332. against Rs.8.08 65.8416. CPDCL did not include the retail supply margin in its ARR computations.32 Cr.65. The details of gross ARR amount filed and approved are given in Table 76.73 12.05/kWh for FY2009-10.29 7745.28 Cr.74 459.1. as filed by the CPDCL for FY2009-10 as this amount is calculated based on Regulation issued for the purpose.32 65.9743. b) Rural Horticulture Nurseries have been placed in LT V(A):Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.0. filed by CPDCL for FY2009-10. Retail Supply Margin 333.40 Cr. a) the energy charge for HT I: Industrial and HT V: Railway Traction has been reduced by Rs. 114 . With these changes in individual items of ARR.32 Cr. Some changes in energy charges and categorization of consumers have been done for FY2009-10 that will have a bearing on revenue from tariff.23 128. The amount is calculated at 2 percent on equity portion of the RRB approved for the distribution Business for FY2009-10. the gross ARR is approved at Rs.26 1313. These changes are as follows.24 12.75 6830. Gross ARR 334.00/kWh on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMs.) Filed by Approved CPDCL by APERC 17. for FY2009-10. The approved ARR is used as the basis for determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10.40 9743.32 0.00 8.

337.7388. The details of total revenue from each category of consumers including the apportioned non-tariff income filed and approved are given in Table 77. against Rs.04 Cr. Revenue from Tariff and Other Sources 336. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by CPDCL 1463. General Industry.36 25.46 0.00 8.54 47. and e) revenue from trading of electricity is not considered as the same is taken into account in the power purchase cost.48 40. c) increase in non-tariff income to the tune of 54.7680.77 114.47 3.79 7388.98 3.13 114. Table 77: CPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 Rs. a) reduction in the volume of sales to LT Agriculture and HT Lift Irrigation Schemes compared with the filings.05/kWh.10 524.30 37. on consumer security deposits as the cost of deposits is recognized as expense item in ARR calculations. filed by CPDCL for FY2009-10 with the following modifications.88 46.50 136.89 546.00/kWh. The revenue from sale of energy and other sources from different consumer categories is approved at Rs.55 40.50 1031. and e) A new category has been introduced under LT VII(B):Religious places with connected load up to 1 kW with first 200 units at Rs.49 2981.60 115 .4.00/kWh and the balance units at Rs.2.Cr.00 8.43 25.62 1054.42 3.83 Cr. based on examination of audited accounts and estimate for FY2009-10.36 3.79 718.66 0.0.c) Salt Farming Units have been placed in LT V(A): Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.00/kWh in view of continued pubic representations. on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMS.04 Approved by APERC 1495.93 733.60 558. d) cotton seed oil mills are classified as seasonal industry on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh and as recommended by Licensees.60 7680.108.17 Cr.92 119. b) reduction in the energy charge for HT I: Industrial consumers and HT V: Railway Traction by Rs.57 3008. Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry. d) additional revenue at Rs.60 cr.86 36.70 133.1.

60 0. 116 .Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. With the view that CPDCL shall be provided the revenue to meet the approved ARR to be able to serve the consumers. filed by CPDCL. the gross ARR is apportioned among consumer categories based on embedded cost model to derive the total cost and unit cost (cost of service) for each consumer category. To achieve this objective. Tariff Model 341. Table 78: CPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs.60 7388.72 PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 General Approach 339. it has been decided to provide the ways and means to recover the approved ARR for FY2009-10. As per the earlier practice. The cost allocated among consumer classes is the basis for the determination of the tariff for FY2009-10. Cost of Service (COS) 340. CPDCL will have the revenue deficit at Rs.04 4.32 7388. After apportioning the cost and revenue to different consumer classes. Based on evening peak.) ARR Item 1.72 Cr.Cr.Revenue Gap 338. against Rs. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Filed by CPDCL 9743. the retail supply tariff has been adjusted to recover the approved revenue utilizing a)Cost of service model and b)Tariff model.28 7684.71 Approved by APERC 8416. The details of COS for CPDCL are given in Annexure-I.2058. consumer class cost and unit cost of service for all major possible consumer categories have been arrived for FY2009-10.Revenue Requirement 2. With the approved gross ARR and revenue for FY2009-10.71 Cr.53 2058.1027.00 1027. The details of the ARR. Revenue and Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 filed and approved are given in Table 78. the subsidizing and subsidized consumer classes are identified at aggregate level.57 7680. In this framework a consumer class is.

38 3. and b.80 3.85 6.20 2.20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1227982 944 100 37.41 4.05 4./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 2403 1095 950 351 403 281 1450 1. the tariff proposed by the CPDCL for subsidizing consumer classes has been kept constant with a To eliminate the revenue gap.90 3.50 3.24 3. The sum of revenue in excess of cost from subsidizing consumer classes (cross subsidy) is allocated to subsidized consumer classes in proportion to their contribution to overall revenue gap.90 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 3.75 3. The net revenue deficit for each subsidized consumer class is computed after allocation of the cross subsidy.75 0. adjusted upwards for the subsidized consumer classes to the extent of net revenue deficit.50 Consumer Category 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) LT03 Slab 2 (>50) INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn 117 .75 5. The “Commission Adjusted Tariff” has accordingly been worked out and is indicated at column 8./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.9 and 10 of Table 79 below: Table 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Commission Tariff Filed/Used by Capacity and Sales CPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units. subsidized if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is less than the cost apportioned to it.a. the energy charges are reduction of Rs0.75 0. Commission Adjusted Tariff 343. 342.00 3.75 5.05/kWh for HT Category-I: Industrial Consumers and HT Category V: Railway Traction. Based on the COS model and Tariff Model as enumerated above.85 6.45 2. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs. CPDCL will be able to recover the approved revenue requirement.75 3. It has been ensured that with this adjusted tariff. Accordingly. subsidizing if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is more than the cost apportioned to it.

20 0.20 0.41 0.80 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 10 1 13 0 6099 0 12 19 18 0 0 63 2.75 4.19 1.20 0. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.Table 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales CPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.65 1.40 2.20 1.00 0.08 3.20 0.34 1.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LOCAL BODIES 118 .00 3.50 Consumer Category 1 culture LT04 LT05 LT06 Sugarcane crushing INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units 114.50 0./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.20 0.50 0 305 0 17109 17 100 100 10.18 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.40 1.75 4.00 0.10 1.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.36 0.05 Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.20 1.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.50 0.00 0.) Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.00 1.20 1./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0.

94 Consumer Category 1 Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units GENERAL PURPOSE TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Temporary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 512 2431 7 17 0 250 2.00 0 0 0 0 6 0 6.30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 0 0 4.05 0 0 0 7683 3195 11 11 62 20.56 2.40 4.34 3.05 4.20 0.65 2.79 3.60 4.96 3.03 0. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.26 3.60 119 .06 2.53 3.60 4.82 4.60 250 3.00 6.79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 217 0.40 4./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 71 17 4 9 2 220 1.75 4.05 1.50 0 0 0 5370 5029 6 11 20.00 250 0 0 250 0 0 0 0 2.70 4.30 3.63 3.00 3.08 2.74 3.20 2.87 2.00 20.75 4.20 2.05 4.00 3.00 4./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.00 20.Table 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales CPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.

40 4./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 398 35 110 445 0 117 250 2.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II .37 2.00 0.Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT01(b) HT .I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II .I( B) Ferro- 120 .00 4. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.40 4.80 2.95 4.30 2.00 0.60 2.80 2.00 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 0 764 3724 66 8 0 71 125 384 230 230 375 230 6./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.30 2.00 4.36 4.40 4.00 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 230 375 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.00 Consumer Category 1 HT .70 2.60 2.36 2.00 6.36 4.70 3.20 4.36 2.95 4.00 5.00 4.40 3.00 3.Table 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales CPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.45 3.00 4.80 2.Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-V – HT05 RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 33KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT .00 0.45 3.40 3.40 4.25 4.00 3.00 3.40 2.36 4.45 2.36 5 14 0 1 694 2397 70 4 2 5 195 345 195 5.80 2.68 3.

In response.30 2.71 Cr.30 2. The actual tariff is multiple of Consultation with Government of Andhra Pradesh(GoAP) 344. The GoAP further informed that it had decided to continue with the “single bulb scheme” for the FY 2009-10. to CPDCL for supplies under this scheme.72 Cr.45 Consumer Category 1 alloys HT02 HT-II . 345.Table 79: CPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales CPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units. The tariff determination details along with the changes made for HT Category I: Industrial and HT Category V: Railway Traction were informed to the GoAP The GOAP was informed further that if the tariff proposed for FY2009-10 by CPDCL (with modifications made by the Commission as enumerated in Para 335) is to be maintained.36 2.00 0.36 4.00 195 0 0 0 0 6. the GoAP conveyed willingness to pay additional subsidy. 346. under section 65 of the Electricity Act 2003 in the manner specified by the Commission to maintain the current tariff as proposed by CPDCL with modifications as enumerated in Para 335. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs. applicable HT of tariffs. the GoAP has informed that it is committed to provide subsidy amount of Rs. 121 ./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.36 2. as per the quantum to be indicated by the Commission.1027.Industrial 363 929 195 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) 0 Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) 32 & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 77 Supply Rural coHT07(A) 0 operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ 9 293 $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations. Accordingly.36 4.00 6. The details of the subsidy amount agreed to be provided by the GoAP to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 are given in Table 80./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4.1027. subsidy to CPDCL for FY2009-10. the GOAP will have to pay Rs.45 293 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.

20 1.Cr) Consumer Category LT01 Domestic LT04 Cottage Industries LT05 Agriculture LT06 Public Lighting LT07 General HT04 Irrigation & Agricultural Total Figures are rounded Subsidy Amount 308.Table 80: CPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 (Rs./HP/ Energy.08 0.90 0.21 0. Rabbit Farms $$ Floriculture in Green-Houses $$ INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries LT04 COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 122 .80 3.71 Retail Supply Tariff 347.06 667. in accordance with the GoAP decision to provide subsidy to maintain the current tariff schedule with modifications made by the Commission.75 0.20 1.75 3.41 1027. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 37 37 37 0 100 100 0 0 0 0 10 3.45 2.75 3.40 1.75 5. hereby determines the retail supply tariff for FY2009-10 as per the rates indicated in Table 81 given below.75 50. The Commission.75 3.85 6.05 4.80 3.75 3. $$ Mushroom production Farms. Table 81:CPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.50 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (>50) LT03 INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture Sugarcane crushing Poultry Farms with more than 1000 birds.75 4.50 3.

00 0.20 1 LT05 IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.Table 81:CPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.50 0. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.) Salt Farming Units with CL up to 15HP $ Rural Horticulture Nurseries Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.05 4./HP/ Energy.75 4.50 0.20 0.00 0.79 2.20 0.00 1.74 3.00 1.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.20 0.00 0.00 4.20 0.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.05 0.53 3.56 2.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 0 2.60 4.20 0.50 1.08 2.26 3.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LT06 LOCAL BODIES Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units LT07(a) LT07(b) GENERAL PURPOSE RELIGIOUS PLACES with CL up to 1 kW Slab 1 (0-200) 123 .00 3.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.

60 2.70 4.20 4.40 4.00 1 Slab 2 (>200) LT08 TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Tempoary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04(A) HT04(B) HT05 HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04(A) HT04(B) HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04(A) HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .30 2.36 4.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT-II .30 2.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-V –RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives Temporary $ HT 33KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .00 4.00 0.36 5.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT-II .36 2.00 3.40 4.30 2.60 2.00 4.Table 81:CPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.80 2.40 3.40 3./HP/ Energy.95 4.80 2.40 4.36 2. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 230 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation 124 .40 4.00 2.20 2.95 4.70 6.36 3.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .00 3.00 6.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT-II .

The tariff determined in Para 347 is contingent on payment of subsidy as agreed by the GoAP. Administration of Subsidy 350. in advance. The Retail Supply Tariff Schedule for CPDCL indicating the retail supply charges applicable for all categories of consumers for FY 2009-10 is given in Annexure–D./HP/ Energy. At the end of the year.36 4. The actual tariff is multiple of applicable HT of tariffs. 125 . file the details of actual sales to subsidized categories of consumers for whom the GoAP agreed to pay the subsidy every month and the Commission will monitor the units actually sold by the Licensee vis-àvis the subsidy provided.00 1 HT04(B) HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT07(C) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives Temporary $ HT All Voltages Green Power$$ HT07(D) Composite Public Water Supply Schemes$$ 0.Table 81:CPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.35 $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations. CPDCL is directed to. 351. $$ Included in Tariff Schedule. 349. Subsidy provided by the GOAP is administered as follows: a) CPDCL gets the subsidy commensurate to the extent of energy sales volumes approved in this Order and not to cover the additional power purchases made by CPDCL over and above volumes approved in this Order at the instance or with the approval of GoAP. b) The subsidy allocation for CPDCL as mentioned in this Order must be paid by the GoAP to CPDCL in monthly installments. or otherwise. 348. In the context of administration of the subsidy to be paid by the GOAP. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 293 0 0 0 0 6. subsidy adjustments will be made based on the consumption of units in respect of various subsidized categories.45 6. The CPDCL shall keep the Commission informed periodically about the payment of subsidy by the GoAP.70 2.

84 166.33 32.45 562. Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry.95 1323. has examined the revenue requirement. after examination of the issues related to determination of retail supply tariff including the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.66 284. Table 82: EPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 (MU) 354.29 2449. The sales volumes for the remaining consumer categories are approved as proposed by EPDCL as the forecasted sales volumes are found reasonable. as detailed hereunder.00 9740.CHAPTER-XII RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION EASTERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (EPDCL) Introduction 352.97 27.95 1420.30 433. revenue and revenue gap for determining the retail supply tariff for EPDCL for FY2009-10.50 644.00 256. The sales volume to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 is approved at 9442 MU against 9740 MU filed by EPDCL while incorporating the following two changes. The Commission.84 166. a) the volume of sales to LT Agriculture is fixed at 1323 MU against 1420 MU filed by EPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 297).96 0. PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT Revision in Sales Volumes 353.30 256. General Industry.81 1.97 227.66 284. and b) the volume of sales to HT Lift Irrigation Schemes is fixed at 27 MU against 228 MU filed by EPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 298).80 499.45 562.30 433.96 0.50 644. The details of sales volumes filed and approved are given in Table 82.05 126 .33 32.81 1.60 25.00 9442.15 Approved by APERC 2733. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by EPDCL 2733.37 0.60 25.37 0.00 499.29 2449.

filed by EPDCL.22 Cr.24 Cr. The power procurement requirement for EPDCL is computed based on revised sales volumes grossed up with approved distribution losses (Para 227) for FY2009-10 at 10945 MU. is considered as distribution cost against Rs. against Rs.27 Cr. The interest cost on consumer security deposit is approved at Rs.68 Cr. the SLDC cost is computed and approved at Rs.6. EPDCL filed the expenses related to evacuation of power from Central Generating Stations(CGS) in two forms. Distribution Cost 358. filed by EPDCL for FY2009-10. SLDC Cost 356.2398.85 Cr. The net distribution ARR approved for FY2009-10 at Rs.634. filed by EPDCL.119.2639. against Rs. against Rs. 127 . Interest Cost on Consumer Security Deposits 360. The fee and charges for State Load Despatch Centere(SLDC) are determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14.4. Transmission Cost 357. PGCIL and ULDC Cost 359. the transmission cost is computed and approved at Rs. filed by EPDCL(Para 302 to 306).97 Cr. both PGCIL and ULDC expenses are approved as filed by EPDCL.32.Power Purchase Cost 355.544.90 Cr.29 Cr.162. The transmission tariff for intra state transmission is determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. With the fee and charge for SLDC services applicable for FY2009-10 and the generation capacity contracted by EPDCL. as filed by the EPDCL for FY2009-10 as this amount is calculated based on Regulation issued for the purpose. The power purchase cost for the approved power procurement requirement of 10945 MU is approved at Rs. Based on further details made available by EPDCL. The details are in Annexure-G(ii). to be paid in the form of PGCIL transmission charges and ULDC load dispatch charges.52 Cr. With the transmission tariff applicable for FY2009-10 and generation capacity contracted by EPDCL. The distribution cost for EPDCL is approved as part of the wheeling tariff determination for the Control Period of five years from 2009-10 to 201314(Chapter-VII).

filed by EPDCL for FY2009-10.33 4. c) Salt Farming Units have been placed in LT V(A): Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.1.33 4. and 128 .00 3523. on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMS. With these changes in individual items of ARR.29 162.27 44.93 Cr. Table 83: EPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 (Rs.Retail Supply Margin 361. Some changes in energy charges and categorization of consumers have been done for FY2009-10 that will have a bearing on revenue from tariff. Gross ARR 362.) ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchases PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Revenue Requirement Figures are rounded Filed by EPDCL 6.00/kWh on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMs.80 PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP Tariff Changes 363.3152. 3523.4. the gross ARR is approved at Rs.68 0.80 Cr. d) cotton seed oil mills are classified as seasonal industry on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh and as recommended by Licensees.68 4.90 44.16 Cr.52 119.14 32. The approved ARR is used as the basis for determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10.97 634.Cr.22 544. b) Rural Horticulture Nurseries have been placed in LT V(A):Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.1. EPDCL did not include the retail supply margin in its ARR computations. The amount is calculated at 2 percent on equity portion of the RRB approved for the distribution Business for FY2009-10.16 3152. The retail supply margin is provided at Rs.24 2639.93 Approved by APERC 4.00/kWh. These changes are as follows. The details of gross ARR amount filed and approved are given in Table 83.0. a) the energy charge for HT I: Industrial and HT V: Railway Traction has been reduced by Rs. against Rs. This is to progressively achieve the mandatory objective contained in section 42 of the Electricity Act 2003. for FY2009-10.05/kWh for FY2009-10.85 2398.14 32.

43 162.16 129 .44 17.85 10.0. a) reduction in the volume of sales to LT Agriculture and HT Lift Irrigation Schemes compared with the filings.10. 365.2739.26 13. General Industry.19 859.2. c) reduction in non-tariff income by Rs.77 12.81 330. filed by EPDCL for FY2009-10 with the following modifications. The details of total revenue from each category of consumers including the apportioned non-tariff income filed and approved are given in Table 84.99 0.47 Cr.2718.48 Cr.e) A new category has been introduced under LT VII(B):Religious places with connected load up to 1 kW with first 200 units at Rs.11 10.39 46.00/kWh and the balance units at Rs. Revenue from Tariff and Other Sources 364.63 Cr.72 335.08 154. b) reduction in the energy charge for HT I: Industrial consumers and HT V: Railway Traction by Rs.03 204.97 0.10 0.44 17.11 47. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by EPDCL 681.19 857.00 2739.15 0.05/kWh.48 Approved by APERC 692.4.99 7.59 12. Table 84: EPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 Rs.54.28 0. against Rs.20 0.Cr.60 199. and e) revenue from trading of electricity is not considered as the same is taken into account in the power purchase cost.00 2718. based on examination of audited accounts and estimate for FY2009-10.35 204. on consumer security deposits as the cost of deposits is recognized as expense item in ARR calculations.00 14.16 cr.00/kWh in view of continued pubic representations.52 54.08 162.25 195. The revenue from sale of energy and other sources from different consumer categories is approved at Rs. Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry. d) additional revenue at Rs.76 152.

against Rs.80 2718.Revenue Requirement 2.69 583. Based on evening peak.76 Cr. 130 . Tariff Model 369.76 Approved by APERC 3152. As per the earlier practice.Cr.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. The details of the ARR.) ARR Item 1.00 434. the subsidizing and subsidized consumer classes are identified at aggregate level. consumer class cost and unit cost of service for all major possible consumer categories have been arrived for FY2009-10. After apportioning the cost and revenue to different consumer classes.16 0. it has been decided to provide the ways and means to recover the approved ARR for FY2009-10. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Filed by EPDCL 3523. Revenue and Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 filed and approved are given in Table 85.64 PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 General Approach 367.64 Cr. The details of COS for EPDCL are given in Annexure-J.48 200. With the approved gross ARR and revenue for FY2009-10. 583.Revenue Gap 366. The cost allocated among consumer classes is the basis for the determination of the tariff for FY2009-10.16 2718. EPDCL will have the revenue deficit at Rs. filed by EPDCL. the gross ARR is apportioned among consumer categories based on embedded cost model to derive the total cost and unit cost (cost of service) for each consumer category. With the view that EPDCL shall be provided the revenue to meet the approved ARR to be able to serve the consumers. the retail supply tariff has been adjusted to recover the approved revenue utilizing a)Cost of service model and b)Tariff model. In this framework a consumer class is.434. To achieve this objective.93 2940. Cost of Service (COS) 368.17 2739. Table 85: EPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs.

It has been ensured that with this adjusted tariff. Commission Adjusted Tariff 371. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs. adjusted upwards for the subsidized consumer classes to the extent of net revenue deficit. subsidized if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is less than the cost apportioned to it.75 0.20 2.40 4.75 3.85 6.a.90 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 3.50 Consumer Category 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) LT03 Slab 2 (>50) INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture 131 .20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 688936 49210 365 100 29 37 3.9 and 10 of Table 86 below: Table 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales EPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units. subsidizing if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is more than the cost apportioned to it.50 3. The “Commission Adjusted Tariff” has accordingly been worked out and is indicated at column 8. the tariff proposed by the EPDCL for subsidizing consumer classes has been kept constant with a To eliminate the revenue gap.24 3.75 5. Accordingly. The sum of revenue in excess of cost from subsidizing consumer classes (cross subsidy) is allocated to subsidized consumer classes in proportion to their contribution to overall revenue gap.85 6.05/kWh for HT Category-I: Industrial Consumers and HT Category V: Railway Traction./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1673 607 312 70 72 135 428 1.51 3. and b.75 3.05 4. The net revenue deficit for each subsidized consumer class is computed after allocation of the cross subsidy.75 5. the energy charges are reduction of Rs0.45 2. 370. Based on the COS model and Tariff Model as enumerated above.75 0.80 3. CPDCL will be able to recover the approved revenue requirement.90 3.

20 0.00 42 4 0.80 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 7 57 5 138 1017 1.61 1.42 1.45 1.20 0.50 0 61 39 100 100 6081 2 10 3.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.50 0.00 0.20 52 0. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.34 0.60 0.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LOCAL BODIES Street Lighting 132 .75 4.50 0.) Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.36 1.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.88 1.75 4.20 1.00 0.Table 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales EPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0.40 1.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.40 2.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.20 0.36 3.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.46 1.20 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.00 0.20 0.00 1.50 Consumer Category LT04 LT05 LT06 1 Sugarcane crushing INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.

75 4.00 334 0 0 6.74 3.53 3.Table 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales EPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.00 0.13 2.11 2./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 63 31 5 10 4 33 1.60 2.20 0.60 2.83 3.75 4.05 0.56 2.20 2.07 0.48 3.14 4.00 250 0 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.91 4.05 4.00 6.00 326 4566 48830 1 7 32 20 20 4.40 4.79 0.12 3.06 Consumer Category 1 Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units GENERAL LT07 PURPOSE TEMPORARY LT08 SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Temporary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT .40 4.08 2.60 4.45 133 .00 815 3261 1 4 20 20 3./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 0 0 4.28 2. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.77 3.87 4.00 0.60 4.00 19566 45655 45 54 0.30 3.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys 275 1064 0 0 0 579 250 2.20 2.40 250 3.00 3.70 4.50 0.26 3.

/ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 15 0 0 500 0 0 0 109 505 0 0 0 66 16 56 24 0 4 0 0 245 880 345 195 230 230 375 230 250 3.00 0.40 4.80 2.00 0.95 4.00 0. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.36 2./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.20 4.36 4.36 2.70 3.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT02 HT-II .45 4.00 3.00 Consumer Category 1 HT-II .25 4.Table 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales EPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.60 2.95 4.80 2.40 3.Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT .80 2.00 4.00 5.40 4.00 4.Industrial 134 .Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-V – HT05 RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 33KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT .36 4.00 0 0 93 214 195 195 4.70 3.30 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 0 230 0 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.36 3.40 4.00 0.00 3.60 2.36 2.00 3.36 4.00 0.30 2.67 5.36 2.40 4.40 4.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II .45 3.00 4.67 6.30 2.30 2.80 2.00 6.

as per the quantum to be indicated by the Commission./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.66 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. 373.64 Cr. Accordingly.434.00 292. 135 .00 1. The GOAP was informed further that if the tariff proposed for FY2009-10 by EPDCL (with modifications made by the Commission as enumerated in Para 363) is to be maintained. under section 65 of the Electricity Act 2003 in the manner specified by the Commission to maintain the current tariff as proposed by EPDCL with modifications as enumerated in Para 363. The tariff determination details along with the changes made for HT Category I: Industrial and HT Category V:Railway Traction were informed to the GOAP. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.33 6.434. The GoAP further informed that it had decided to continue with the “single bulb scheme” for the FY 2009-10.36 2. to EPDCL for supplies under this scheme.5 The actual tariff is multiple of Consultation with Government of Andhra Pradesh(GoAP) 372.64 Cr.00 0. subsidy to EPDCL for FY2009-10.36 4. The details of the subsidy amount agreed to be provided by the GoAP to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 are given in Table 87. 6. applicable HT of tariffs. the GOAP will have to pay Rs. the GoAP has informed that it is committed to provide subsidy amount of Rs. In response./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2.36 4.45 Consumer Category 1 Non Segregated HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift 0 Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) 3 & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 22 Supply Rural coHT07(A) 167 operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ 0 293 $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations.Table 86: EPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales EPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.36 2. 374. the GoAP conveyed willingness to pay additional subsidy.

21 0.75 3.40 3. The Commission.27 0.Cr) Consumer Category LT01 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 HT Others Total Domestic Cottage Industries Agriculture Public Lighting General REC Societies Subsidy Amount 215.75 0. Rabbit Farms $$ Floriculture in Green-Houses $$ INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries 136 .64 Figures are rounded Retail Supply Tariff 375.75 5.85 6.22 11.50 3.90 0./HP/ Energy.75 3.Table 87: EPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 (Rs. in accordance with the GoAP decision to provide subsidy to maintain the current tariff schedule with modifications made by the Commission.11 434.50 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (>50) LT03 INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture Sugarcane crushing Poultry Farms with more than 1000 birds. hereby determines the retail supply tariff for FY2009-10 as per the rates indicated in Table 88 given below.20 1. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 37 37 37 0 100 100 0 0 0 3. Table 88:EPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.72 31.75 4. $$ Mushroom production Farms.11 176.05 4.75 3.45 2.75 3.80 3.

20 0.08 2.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.50 0.50 0.20 0.56 2.80 1 LT04 LT05 COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LT06 LOCAL BODIES Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units LT07(a) GENERAL PURPOSE LT07(b) RELIGIOUS PLACES with CL up to 1 kW 137 .20 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.Table 88:EPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.00 0.26 3.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 4.74 3.20 0.00 1.00 3.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.00 0.20 1.50 1.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.05 4.79 2.75 4. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.) Salt Farming Units with CL up to 15HP $ Rural Horticulture Nurseries Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.20 0.05 0./HP/ Energy.00 0.60 4.53 3.00 1.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.

36 2.20 2.00 2.00 1 Slab 1 (0-200) Slab 2 (>200) LT08 TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Tempoary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II . Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 230 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.30 5.70 6.70 4.Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .00 2.36 2.40 4.60 2.00 6.30 2.Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .95 4.20 4.95 4.00 0.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT05 HT06 HT-V –RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 33KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II .00 4.00 4.40 3.80 2.00 3.00 3.Table 88:EPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.40 4.30 2.40 4.40 3.40 4.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT06 HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II ./HP/ Energy.60 2.80 2.36 4.36 3.I( B) Ferro-alloys 138 .

or otherwise. EPDCL is directed to. subsidy adjustments will be made based on the consumption of units in respect of various subsidized categories./HP/ Energy. In the context of administration of the subsidy to be paid by the GOAP. 6.36 2.35 376. 379. b) The subsidy allocation for EPDCL as mentioned in this Order must be paid by the GoAP to EPDCL in monthly installments.70 0.00 1 HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT06 HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives* HT07(B) Temporary $ HT All Voltages HT07(C) Green Power$$ HT07(D) Composite Public Water Supply Schemes$$ *Determined separately for Chipurupally RESCO and Anakapally RESCO. file the details of actual sales to subsidized categories of consumers for whom the GoAP agreed to pay the subsidy every month and the Commission will monitor the units actually sold by the Licensee vis-àvis the subsidy provided.36 4. At the end of the year. $$ Included in Tariff Schedule. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. Administration of Subsidy 378. The tariff determined in para 375 is contingent on payment of subsidy as agreed by the GoAP. The EPDCL shall keep the Commission informed periodically about the payment of subsidy by the Government.Table 88:EPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs. 139 . Subsidy provided by the GOAP is administered as follows: a) EPDCL gets the subsidy commensurate to the extent of energy sales volumes approved in this Order and not to cover the additional power purchases made by EPDCL over and above volumes approved in this Order at the instance or with the approval of GoAP. in advance. 377. $The actual tariff is multiple of applicable HT of tariffs. The Retail Supply Tariff Schedule for EPDCL indicating the retail supply charges applicable for all categories of consumers for FY 2009-10 is given in Annexure–D.

CHAPTER-XIII RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION NORTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (NPDCL) Introduction 380.00 8316. and b) the volume of sales to HT Lift Irrigation Schemes is fixed at 477 MU against 1053 MU filed by NPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 298).92 0.49 329.51 125.92 0.72 0.21 323.55 0. a) the volume of sales to LT Agriculture is fixed at 3055 MU against 3959 MU filed by NPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 297). Table 89: NPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 (MU) Voltage and LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Consumer Category Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry. PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT Revision in Sales Volumes 381.68 6.36 477.36 3054.68 6.55 0.49 329.26 500.36 3959.00 73. after examination of the issues related to determination of retail supply tariff including the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.20 1062.00 73. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by NPDCL 1661. The Commission.21 323.18 304. has examined the revenue requirement.51 304.26 500. The sales volume to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 is approved at 8317 MU against 9797 MU filed by NPDCL while incorporating the following two changes. as detailed hereunder. revenue and revenue gap for determining the retail supply tariff for NPDCL for FY2009-10.00 9796. The details of sales volumes filed and approved are given in Table 89.54 26.88 370.20 1062.38 370. 382.54 26.85 Approved by APERC 1661.72 0.36 1052.69 140 . General Industry. The sales volumes for the remaining consumer categories are approved as proposed by NPDCL as the forecasted sales volumes are found reasonable.51 125.

94 Cr.37 Cr. The power procurement requirement for NPDCL is computed based on revised sales volumes grossed up with approved distribution losses (Chapter-VIII) for FY2009-10 at 10028 MU. The distribution cost for NPDCL is approved as part of the wheeling tariff determination for the Control Period of five years from 2009-10 to 201314(Chapter.115. filed by NPDCL for FY2009-10. The fee and charges for State Load Despatch Centre(SLDC) are determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14.14 Cr. the transmission cost is computed and approved at Rs. 2709.73 Cr.15. is considered as distribution cost against Rs. as filed by the NPDCL for FY2009-10 as this amount is calculated based on Regulation issued for the purpose. The interest cost on consumer security deposit is approved at Rs.519. against Rs. Interest Cost on Consumer Security Deposits 388. filed by NPDCL(Para 302 to 306).6. The net distribution ARR approved for FY2009-10 at Rs. NPDCL filed the expenses related to evacuation of power from Central Generating Stations(CGS) in two forms.2115. Based on further details made available by NPDCL.23 Cr. SLDC Cost 384.VIII).38 Cr. 161. 141 . against Rs. against Rs. filed by NPDCL.4. The transmission tariff for intra state transmission is determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. the SLDC cost is computed and approved at Rs.30 Cr. Distribution Cost 386. Transmission Cost 385.74 Cr.15 Cr. to be paid in the form of PGCIL transmission charges and ULDC load dispatch charges. The power purchase cost for the approved power procurement requirement of 10028 MU is approved at Rs. both PGCIL and ULDC expenses are approved as filed by NPDCL. With the fee and charge for SLDC services applicable for FY2009-10 and the generation capacity contracted by NPDCL. The details are in Annexure-G(iii).Power Purchase Cost 383. With the transmission tariff applicable for FY2009-10 and generation capacity contracted by NPDCL. PGCIL and ULDC Cost 387. filed by NPDCL.681.

30 681.53 4.filed by NPDCL for FY2009-10. c) Salt Farming Units have been placed in LT V(A): Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.83 Approved by APERC 4.1.Retail Supply Margin 389. With these changes in individual items of ARR. NPDCL did not include the retail supply margin in its ARR computations. and 142 .53 4. a) the energy charge for HT I: Industrial and HT V: Railway Traction has been reduced by Rs.14 5. against Rs. Table 90: NPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 (Rs.16 15. The retail supply margin is provided at Rs.0. These changes are as follows.74 2709.17 2823.1.94 44. The details of gross ARR amount filed and approved are given in Table 90. The approved ARR is used as the basis for determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10.00 3622.) ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchases PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Revenue Requirement Figures are rounded Filed by NPDCL 6.83 Cr.16 15. on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMS.73 44.38 519. The amount is calculated at 2 percent on equity portion of the RRB approved for the distribution Business for FY2009-10.05/kWh for FY2009-10. This is to progressively achieve the mandatory objective contained in section 42 of the Electricity Act 2003.37 115.2823.14 0. Gross ARR 390.3622.15 2115. Some changes in energy charges and categorization of consumers have been done for FY2009-10 that will have a bearing on revenue from tariff.00/kWh on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMs.23 161. for FY2009-10.84 PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP Tariff Changes 391.17 Cr.Cr.84 Cr. the gross ARR is approved at Rs.5. d) cotton seed oil mills are classified as seasonal industry on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh and as recommended by Licensees. b) Rural Horticulture Nurseries have been placed in LT V(A):Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.00/kWh.

Cr. based on examination of audited accounts and estimate for FY2009-10.4.96 153.85 1.16 21.96 0.10 Approved by APERC 416.28 0.00/kWh and the balance units at Rs.43 0.12 357. Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry.43 32.25.84 143 . Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by NPDCL 402.70 188. and e) revenue from trading of electricity is not considered as the same is taken into account in the power purchase cost.10 Cr.0.05 0. on consumer security deposits as the cost of deposits is recognized as expense item in ARR calculations.e) A new category has been introduced under LT VII(B):Religious places with connected load up to 1 kW with first 200 units at Rs.2.48 32.27. 393.34 43.05/kWh.00 1606.72 0.1606.62 44. Revenue from Tariff and Other Sources 392.88 251. The revenue from sale of energy and other sources from different consumer categories is approved at Rs.00 1697. General Industry.39 194. Table 91: NPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 Rs.99 0.17 149.00/kWh in view of continued pubic representations.23 Cr. d) additional revenue at Rs.33 52.00 40.84 cr.88 Cr. a) reduction in the volume of sales to LT Agriculture and HT Lift Irrigation Schemes compared with the filings.94 1. 1697.13 364. c) increase in non-tariff income to the tune of Rs.91 11.21 119. The details of total revenue from each category of consumers including the apportioned non-tariff income filed and approved are given in Table 91.45 11.15 50.32 152. b) reduction in the energy charge for HT I: Industrial consumers and HT V: Railway Traction by Rs.44 21.52 148. filed by NPDCL for FY2009-10 with the following modifications.00 38. against Rs.

the retail supply tariff has been adjusted to recover the approved revenue utilizing a)Cost of service model and b)Tariff model. Revenue and Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 filed and approved are given in Table 92.Revenue Gap 394. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Filed by NPDCL 3622.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. NPDCL will have the revenue deficit at Rs.84 1606. it has been decided to provide the ways and means to recover the approved ARR for FY2009-10. Tariff Model 397.Revenue Requirement 2.1216.Cr. The cost allocated among consumer classes is the basis for the determination of the tariff for FY2009-10. To achieve this objective. As per the earlier practice. 144 . the gross ARR is apportioned among consumer categories based on embedded cost model to derive the total cost and unit cost (cost of service) for each consumer category. In this framework a consumer class is. With the view that NPDCL shall be provided the revenue to meet the approved ARR to be able to serve the consumers.85 1801.99 PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 General Approach 395.1801. consumer class cost and unit cost of service for all major possible consumer categories have been arrived for FY2009-10.99 Cr.83 1820. against Rs. Based on evening peak.95 1697.88 Approved by APERC 2823.85 1606.00 1216. filed by NPDCL.88 Cr.10 123.) ARR Item 1. Table 92: NPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs. The details of COS for NPDCL are given in Annexure-J. The details of the ARR. the subsidizing and subsidized consumer classes are identified at aggregate level. With the approved gross ARR and revenue for FY2009-10. After apportioning the cost and revenue to different consumer classes.84 0. Cost of Service (COS) 396.

85 6.45 2. the tariff proposed by the NPDCL for subsidizing consumer classes has been kept constant with a To eliminate the revenue gap. CPDCL will be able to recover the approved revenue requirement.50 Consumer Category 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) LT03 Slab 2 (>50) INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn 145 .69 3.75 0.90 3. The net revenue deficit for each subsidized consumer class is computed after allocation of the cross subsidy. The sum of revenue in excess of cost from subsidizing consumer classes (cross subsidy) is allocated to subsidized consumer classes in proportion to their contribution to overall revenue gap. subsidized if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is less than the cost apportioned to it.0.05 4. subsidizing if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is more than the cost apportioned to it. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.50 3.80 3. Based on the COS model and Tariff Model as enumerated above. the energy charges are reduction of Rs. 398. The “Commission Adjusted Tariff” has accordingly been worked out and is indicated at column 8.20 1.05/kWh for HT Category-I: Industrial Consumers and HT Category V: Railway Traction.00 4.75 0.9 and 10 of Table 93 below: Table 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales NPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 1111 0 0 0 0 0 0 339 160 31 20 95 234 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 430265 0 0 0 0 237 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 3. and b. adjusted upwards for the subsidized consumer classes to the extent of net revenue deficit.83 4.75 5.a.85 6.20 3. Accordingly. Commission Adjusted Tariff 399.90 100 37 3./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.75 5.75 3.75 3. It has been ensured that with this adjusted tariff.

40 1.42 2.75 4.41 2.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LOCAL BODIES LT04 LT05 LT06 146 .50 0.00 2.20 0.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.20 0.40 3.20 0.20 0.27 2.65 2.00 0.44 2.Table 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales NPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.00 0.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.80 100 100 10 3.21 0.35 0.20 2.50 0.50 Consumer Category 1 culture Sugarcane crushing INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.85 2.) Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.20 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.00 0.40 3. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.40 1.75 4.50 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.00 2./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 0 57 0 0 0 0 15321 86 0 6 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 998 2007 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 0 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.20 0.

56 2.Table 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales NPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.00 4.40 4.20 2.00 1.00 0.66 4.70 4.00 0.30 0 0 20 4.00 3. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.00 250 3.79 Consumer Category 1 Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units GENERAL PURPOSE TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Temporary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 117 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 734 0 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 0 0 0 2.63 4.75 4./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.58 4.72 4.73 0.00 6.90 4.29 4./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 16 6 8 4 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 123 0 0 0 0 0 4680 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 5489 0 0 0 5 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0.59 4.53 3.60 147 .60 250 2.00 4.00 3.79 0.05 0.26 3.75 4.50 4.40 4.20 2.50 0.05 4.60 4.20 0.30 20 4.84 4.74 4.41 0.08 2.00 0.00 6.74 3.

30 2.60 2.45 3.00 0.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II .70 3.40 4./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 6 146 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 98 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 477 0 371 65 0 0 74 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 48 0 0 255 0 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 0 230 0 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.70 3.00 5.40 3.Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-V – HT05 RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 33KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT .I( B) Ferro- 148 .20 4.40 4.58 6.80 2.25 4.36 2.58 5.00 4.40 4.36 4.00 0.Table 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales NPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.80 2.30 2.Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT01(b) HT .40 4.36 4.00 6.40 3.00 1.36 2.00 4.00 4.60 2.51 2.00 3.00 Consumer Category 1 HT .45 195 345 195 230 230 230 2.00 4.80 2.95 4.00 0.I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II .80 2.00 3.36 2. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.00 1.40 375 250 2.45 3.00 3.95 4.36 3./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.36 4.

30 2.45 Consumer Category 1 alloys HT02 HT-II .36 4.1216.Industrial 22 0 72 195 0 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) 31 0 0 0 0 Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) 0 0 0 0 & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 0 12 0 0 Supply Rural coHT07(A) 0 501 0 0 operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ 0 0 0 293 0 $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations.00 Cr./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4.36 2.98 6. The tariff determination details along with the changes made for HT Category I: Industrial and HT Category V:Railway Traction were informed to the GOAP The GOAP was informed further that if the tariff proposed for FY2009-10 by NPDCL (with modifications made by the Commission as enumerated in Para 391) is to be maintained.99 Cr. In response. The GoAP further informed that it had decided to continue with the “single bulb scheme” for the FY 2009-10. 402. under section 65 of the Electricity Act 2003 in the manner specified by the Commission to maintain the current tariff as proposed by NPDCL with modifications as enumerated in Para 391 . 401. 149 .00 1.40 6.36 4.Table 93: NPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10 Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales NPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units.36 2. the GOAP will have to pay Rs.45 293 195 4. The details of the subsidy amount agreed to be provided by the GoAP to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 are given in Table 94. The actual tariff is multiple of Consultation with Government of Andhra Pradesh(GoAP) 400. applicable HT of tariffs. Accordingly. the GoAP has informed that it is committed to provide subsidy amount of Rs. as per the quantum to be indicated by the Commission. to NPDCL for supplies under this scheme./ kVA/ HP/ Rs.30 2. subsidy to NPDCL for FY2009-10. the GoAP conveyed willingness to pay additional subsidy.1217.00 0. MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs.

25 79.85 6. hereby determines the retail supply tariff for FY2009-10 as per the rates indicated in Table 95 given below. Rabbit Farms $$ Floriculture in Green-Houses $$ INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units 150 .20 1.Table 94: NPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 (Rs.78 94.Cr) Consumer Category LT01 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 HT04 HT Others Total Domestic Cottage Industries Agriculture Public Lighting General Irrigation and Agriculture REC Societies Subsidy Amount 298.75 3. Table 95:NPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs. in accordance with the GoAP decision to provide subsidy to maintain the current tariff schedule with modifications made by the Commission.50 3. $$ Mushroom production Farms.80 3.87 0. The Commission.90 0.75 3.97 1.94 7.05 4.75 0.75 3.29 1217./HP/ Energy.75 3.75 3.50 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (>50) LT03 INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture Sugarcane crushing Poultry Farms with more than 1000 birds.00 Figures are rounded Retail Supply Tariff 403.45 2. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 37 37 37 0 100 0 0 3.75 5.90 733.

50 0.00 1.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.56 2.79 2.20 4.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.08 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.Table 95:NPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.20 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.75 4.20 0.) Salt Farming Units with CL up to 15HP $ Rural Horticulture Nurseries Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.00 3.00 0.05 4. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.40 1.80 1 Seasonal Industries LT04 LT05 COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.53 3.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LT06 LOCAL BODIES Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units LT07(a) GENERAL PURPOSE 151 .20 0.60 4.00 0.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.20 0.26 3.50 1.74 3.00 0./HP/ Energy.50 0.20 0.05 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 4.00 1.

40 4.36 3.20 2.60 2.36 2.40 4.30 2.00 2.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT-II .36 2.40 3.00 4.20 4.80 2.95 4.60 2.30 2.95 4. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 230 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.00 0.40 5.80 2.00 4.00 3.40 3.40 4.00 2.00 6.00 3.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-V –RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives Temporary $ HT 33KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .70 4.70 6.I( B) Ferro-alloys 152 .36 4.Table 95:NPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs./HP/ Energy.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .00 1 LT07(b) RELIGIOUS PLACES with CL up to 1 kW Slab 1 (0-200) Slab 2 (>200) LT08 TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Temporary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04(A) HT04(B) HT05 HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04(A) HT04(B) HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01(b) HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT .I( B) Ferro-alloys HT-II .

$ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations.70 0. $$ Included in Tariff Schedule.35 4. The tariff determined in para 403 is contingent on payment of subsidy as agreed by the GoAP.Table 95:NPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Consumer Category Commission Determined Tariff for FY2009-10 Rs/KVA/ Rs.36 2.36 4.30 2. 404./HP/ Energy. subsidy adjustments will be made based on the consumption of units in respect of various subsidized categories.Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony Supply Rural co-operartives* Temporary $ HT All Voltages Green Power$$ Composite Public Water Supply Schemes$$ * Determined separately for Siricilla RESCO. In the context of administration of the subsidy to be paid by the GOAP. Administration of Subsidy 406. 405. At the end of the year. b) The subsidy allocation for NPDCL as mentioned in this Order must be paid by the GoAP to NPDCL in monthly installments. The actual tariff is multiple of applicable HT of tariffs. in advance. The NPDCL shall keep the Commission informed periodically about the payment of subsidy by the Government. NPDCL is directed to. 153 .45 6. or otherwise. 407. The Retail Supply Tariff Schedule for NPDCL indicating the retail supply charges applicable for all categories of consumers for FY 2009-10 is given in Annexure–D.00 1 HT02 HT04(A) HT04(B) HT06 HT07(A) HT07(B) HT07(C) HT07(D) HT-II . file the details of actual sales to subsidized categories of consumers for whom the GoAP agreed to pay the subsidy every month and the Commission will monitor the units actually sold by the Licensee vis-àvis the subsidy provided. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 195 0 0 0 0 293 0 0 0 0 0 0 6. Subsidy provided by the GOAP is administered as follows: a) NPDCL gets the subsidy commensurate to the extent of energy sales volumes approved in this Order and not to cover the additional power purchases made by NPDCL over and above volumes approved in this Order at the instance or with the approval of GoAP.

10 49.40 135.08 1.93 43.85 229. has examined the revenue requirement.94 279. The details of sales volumes filed and approved are given in Table 96.77 0.04 28.35 828.10 49. 410.35 828.09 562. The sales volume of to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 is approved at 12873 MU against 13107 MU filed by SPDCL while incorporating the following two changes. a) the volume of sales to LT Agriculture is fixed at 3456 MU against 3592 MU filed by SPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 297).35 2633.51 3591.77 0. after examination of the issues related to determination of retail supply tariff including the objections and suggestions received/heard on filings.15 Approved by APERC 3450.02 13107.04 28.08 1.85 229.56 0.40 37.CHAPTER-XIV RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF DETERMINATION SOUTHERN POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LTD (SPDCL) Introduction 408. PART-A:REVENUE REQUIREMENT Revision in Sales Volumes 409. The Commission. and b) the volume of sales to HT Lift Irrigation Schemes is fixed at 37 MU against 135 MU filed by SPDCL for FY2009-10 (Para 298). Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by SPDCL 3450.93 43.55 485. Table 96: SPDCL: Sales Volume for FY2009-10 (MU) Voltage and LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Consumer Category Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry.94 279.45 154 . revenue and revenue gap for determining the retail supply tariff for SPDCL for FY2009-10.58 485.02 12873. General Industry.35 2633.59 787. as detailed hereunder.56 0. The sales volumes for the remaining consumer categories are approved as proposed by SPDCL as the forecasted sales volumes are found reasonable.42 562.51 3455.59 787.

The power purchase cost for the approved power procurement requirement of 15562 MU is approved at Rs.38 Cr. The fee and charges for State Load Despatch Centre(SLDC) are determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. SLDC Cost 412. The interest cost on consumer security deposit is approved at Rs. The distribution cost for SPDCL is approved as part of the wheeling tariff determination for the Control Period of five years from 2009-10 to 201314(Chapter-IX). The details are in Annexure-G(iv). filed by SPDCL for FY2009-10. The transmission tariff for intra state transmission is determined based on a separate application for the five year Control Period from 2009-10 to 2013-14.3780. the transmission cost is computed and approved at Rs. 155 . against Rs. the SLDC cost is computed and approved at Rs.793. filed by SPDCL. Based on further details made available by SPDCL.40 Cr. The net distribution ARR approved for FY2009-10 at Rs. to be paid in the form of PGCIL transmission charges and ULDC load dispatch charges. is considered as distribution cost against Rs.78 Cr. The power procurement requirement for SPDCL is computed based on revised sales volumes grossed up with approved distribution losses (Chapter-X) for FY2009-10 at 15562 MU. PGCIL and ULDC Cost 415. filed by SPDCL(Para 302 to 306).35. filed by SPDCL. Transmission Cost 413.06 Cr.34 Cr.36 Cr. With the transmission tariff applicable for FY2009-10 and generation capacity contracted by SPDCL.31 Cr.3385. Interest Cost on Consumer Security Deposits 416. SPDCL filed the expenses related to evacuation of power from Central Generating Stations(CGS) in two forms. With the fee and charge for SLDC services applicable for FY2009-10 and the generation capacity contracted by SPDCL.6. both PGCIL and ULDC expenses are approved as filed by SPDCL.1038.51 Cr. against Rs.168.8. 225. Distribution Cost 414.71 Cr. as filed by the SPDCL for FY2009-10 as this amount is calculated based on Regulation issued for the purpose.Power Purchase Cost 411. against Rs.

for FY2009-10. on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMS. the gross ARR is approved at Rs.51 3780.55 5156.10. Table 97: SPDCL: Revenue Requirement for FY2009-10 (Rs.78 168.84 5.48 5.1. b) Rural Horticulture Nurseries have been placed in LT V(A):Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs. c) Salt Farming Units have been placed in LT V(A): Agricultural Category with energy charge at Rs.60 4467.1. d) cotton seed oil mills are classified as seasonal industry on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh and as recommended by Licensees. SPDCL did not include the retail supply margin in its ARR computations. The details of gross ARR amount filed and approved are given in Table 97.00/kWh. a) the energy charge for HT I: Industrial and HT V: Railway Traction has been reduced by Rs. The retail supply margin is provided at Rs. Gross ARR 418.5156.55 Cr.36 1038.00 10.60 Cr.Retail Supply Margin 417. against Rs.34 62.Cr.0. This is to progressively achieve the mandatory objective contained in section 42 of the Electricity Act 2003. filed by SPDCL for FY2009-10.53 PART-B:REVENUE AND REVENUE GAP Tariff Changes 419.48 62.84 35.53 Cr.00/kWh on request of Government of Andhra Pradesh as submitted by some DISCOMs.38 225. The amount is calculated at 2 percent on equity portion of the RRB approved for the distribution Business for FY2009-10.06 0.4467.71 6.) ARR Item SLDC Expenses Transmission Cost Distribution Cost Power Purchases PGCIL Expenses ULDC Expenses Interest on Consumer Deposits Supply Margin Revenue Requirement Figures are rounded Filed by Approved SPDCL by APERC 8. These changes are as follows.06 35. Some changes in energy charges and categorization of consumers have been done for FY2009-10 that will have a bearing on revenue from tariff. With these changes in individual items of ARR.40 3385. The approved ARR is used as the basis for determination of retail supply tariff for FY2009-10.31 793. and 156 .05/kWh for FY2009-10.

2.73 cr.07 342. Voltage and Consumer Category LT01 LT02 LT03 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 LT08 HT01 HT01(b) HT02 HT04 HT05 HT06 HT Others HT Others Total Figures are rounded Domestic Non-Domestic Industrial Cottage Agriculture Public Lighting General Temporary Industry. on consumer security deposits as the cost of deposits is recognized as expense item in ARR calculations.73 157 .25 151.58. 3606. Table 98: SPDCL: Revenue from Sales and Other Sources for FY2009-10 Rs.01 3606.74 18.31 351.90 0.88 18.36 513.34 Cr.Cr.34 Approved by APERC 1261.03 0.12 56.27 85.e) A new category has been introduced under LT VII(B):Religious places with connected load up to 1 kW with first 200 units at Rs.47 11. The details of total revenue from each category of consumers including the apportioned non-tariff income filed and approved are given in Table 98.24 147. General Industry. Ferro Alloys Industrial Others Irrigation & Agricultural Traction Colony Lighting REC Societies Temporary All Categories Filed by SPDCL 1229. 421.63 0. based on examination of audited accounts and estimate for FY2009-10. d) additional revenue at Rs. a) reduction in the volume of sales to LT Agriculture and HT Lift Irrigation Schemes compared with the filings.15 0.58 33. The revenue from sale of energy and other sources from different consumer categories is approved at Rs. b) reduction in the energy charge for HT I: Industrial consumers and HT V: Railway Traction by Rs.05/kWh.26 6.18 0.18 87.65 7.71 0.44 Cr.4.27 56.06 Cr. 3660.00/kWh in view of continued pubic representations.87 937.46 20. filed by SPDCL for FY2009-10 with the following modifications.19 8. against Rs.0.30 6. and e) revenue from trading of electricity is not considered as the same is taken into account in the power purchase cost.16 235.85 924.66 21.37 500. Revenue from Tariff and Other Sources 420.00/kWh and the balance units at Rs.90 232. c) increase in non-tariff income to the tune of 35.01 3660.

After apportioning the cost and revenue to different consumer classes.) ARR Item 1. 158 . Revenue and Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 filed and approved are given in Table 99. Tariff Model 425. To achieve this objective. the subsidizing and subsidized consumer classes are identified at aggregate level. Cost of Service (COS) 424.Revenue Gap 422. In this framework a consumer class is. Based on evening peak. the gross ARR is apportioned among consumer categories based on embedded cost model to derive the total cost and unit cost (cost of service) for each consumer category.34 3660. The details of COS for SPDCL are given in Annexure-L.80 PART-C:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF FOR FY2009-10 General Approach 423.Cr. the retail supply tariff has been adjusted to recover the approved revenue utilizing a)Cost of service model and b)Tariff model. With the view that SPDCL shall be provided the revenue to meet the approved ARR to be able to serve the consumers. filed by SPDCL. The details of the ARR.1219. As per the earlier practice. With the approved gross ARR and revenue for FY2009-10.25 Cr.80 Cr. SPDCL will have a revenue deficit at Rs.73 331.806. consumer class cost and unit cost of service for all major possible consumer categories have been arrived for FY2009-10. it has been decided to provide the ways and means to recover the approved ARR for FY2009-10.00 1219.Revenue Revenue from Sale Revenue from Trading. against Rs.25 806.53 3937.Revenue Requirement 2.01 0. Table 99: SPDCL: Revenue Gap for FY2009-10 (Rs.60 4467.73 3606. The cost allocated among consumer classes is the basis for the determination of the tariff for FY2009-10. Revenue Gap (1-2) Figures are rounded Filed by Approved SPDCL by APERC 5156.35 3660.

a. subsidizing if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is more than the cost apportioned to it, and b. subsidized if the revenue from sale of electricity and other sources is less than the cost apportioned to it. 426. The sum of revenue in excess of cost from subsidizing consumer classes (cross subsidy) is allocated to subsidized consumer classes in proportion to their contribution to overall revenue gap. The net revenue deficit for each subsidized consumer class is computed after allocation of the cross subsidy. Commission Adjusted Tariff 427. Based on the COS model and Tariff Model as enumerated above, the tariff proposed by the SPDCL for subsidizing consumer classes has been kept constant with a reduction of Rs.0.05/kWh for HT Category-I: Industrial Consumers and HT Category V: Railway Traction. To eliminate the revenue gap, the energy charges are adjusted upwards for the subsidized consumer classes to the extent of net revenue deficit. Accordingly, it has been ensured that with this adjusted tariff, CPDCL will be able to recover the approved revenue requirement. The “Commission Adjusted Tariff” has accordingly been worked out and is indicated at column 8,9 and 10 of in Table 100 below: Table 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10
Tariff Filed/Used by Commission Capacity and Sales SPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Approved by APERC the Revenue for Recover Approved FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units, MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 862 1032 961 291 305 0 0 70 717 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1162998 0 0 0 706 0 114 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 3.75 3.75 0.90 100 37 3.75 3.75 0.90 3.85 6.20 3.85 6.20 1.45 2.80 3.05 4.75 5.50 1.94 3.23 3.42 4.75 5.50

Consumer Category

1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) LT03 Slab 2 (>50) INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture

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Table 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10
Commission Tariff Filed/Used by Capacity and Sales SPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Recover Approved Approved by APERC the Revenue for FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units, MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 34837 8 0 29 100 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 56 21 46 3089 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 228 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.00 0.50 0.50 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.00 2.00 0.50 0.50 0.20 0.20 1.71 1.00 0.20 0.20 0.00 0.00 2.04 1.71 1.72 1.63 1.63 3.75 4.40 1.80 100 100 10 3.75 4.40 2.58 0.50 0.50

Consumer Category

LT04 LT05

LT06

1 Sugarcane crushing INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries (off season tariff) COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.) Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LOCAL BODIES

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Table 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10
Commission Tariff Filed/Used by Capacity and Sales SPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Recover Approved Approved by APERC the Revenue for FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units, MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88 48 12 10 12 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 82 0 0 0 0 0 6219 4630 4 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 1965 2233 2 15 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 0 0 0.00 1.56 2.08 2.74 3.26 3.53 3.79 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.50 0.00 3.75 4.05 0.00 4.05 4.60 4.00 0.00 6.20 2.30 0 0 20 20 4.18 4.62 4.35 0.00 6.20 2.30 20 20 4.03 4.40 2.90 3.02 0.00 3.41 3.64 3.89 4.10 4.20 4.31

Consumer Category

1 Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units GENERAL LT07 PURPOSE TEMPORARY LT08 SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Tempoary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT01(b) HT - I( B) Ferro-

102 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

534 0 6 0 0

250 0 0 250 0

0 0 0 0 0

2.75 4.40 4.00 3.60 2.45

250

2.70 4.40 4.00

250

3.60 2.40

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Table 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10
Commission Tariff Filed/Used by Capacity and Sales SPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Recover Approved Approved by APERC the Revenue for FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units, MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 242 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 37 0 562 0 0 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 0 0 1244 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 235 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 13 0 0 1 0 0 824 18 2 0 1 230 0 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.60 2.36 2.36 4.00 4.00 0.00 6.00 0.00 3.00 4.40 4.00 3.80 2.45 3.80 2.36 2.36 4.00 0.00 5.70 3.25 4.40 4.00 4.30 2.45 195 345 195 230 230 230 2.95 4.40 4.00 3.80 2.40 3.80 2.36 2.36 4.00 1.35 5.70 3.20 4.40 4.00 4.30 2.40 375 250 3.60 2.36 2.36 3.95 4.00 1.35 6.00

Consumer Category

1 alloys HT-II - Industrial Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-V – HT05 RailwayTraction HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT02 HT 33KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT - I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys HT-II - Industrial HT02 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 Supply Rural coHT07(A) operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT-I Indl HT01 Segregated HT01 Lights & Fans Colony HT01 consumption Seasonal Industries HT01 (off season tariff) HT - I( B) FerroHT01(b) alloys

162

Table 100: SPDCL: Tariff Filed and Commission Adjusted Tariff for FY2009-10
Commission Tariff Filed/Used by Capacity and Sales SPDCL in Computing Adjusted Tariff to Recover Approved Approved by APERC the Revenue for FY2009-10 ARR for FY2009-10 Rs/ Rs/ Energy Rs/ Rs/ Energy Units, MVA HP kVA/ HP/ Rs./ kVA/ HP/ Rs./ MU Month Month Unit Month Month Unit 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4.30 2.36 2.36 4.00 0.21 6.45 293 195 4.30 2.36 2.36 4.00 1.56 6.45

Consumer Category

1 HT-II - Industrial HT02 95 0 266 195 0 Non Segregated HT -IV A Govt Lift HT04(A) 0 105194 0 0 0 Irrigation HT -IV B Irrigation HT04(B) 0 574 0 0 0 & Agriculture HT-VI -Colony HT06 0 49 0 0 Supply Rural coHT07(A) 0 230 0 0 operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ 0 0 0 293 0 $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations.
applicable HT of tariffs.

The actual tariff is multiple of

Consultation with Government of Andhra Pradesh(GoAP) 428. The tariff determination details along with the changes made for HT Category I: Industrial and HT Category V:Railway Traction were informed to the GOAP The GOAP was informed further that if the tariff proposed for FY2009-10 by SPDCL (with modifications made by the Commission as enumerated in Para 419) is to be maintained, the GOAP will have to pay Rs.806.80 Cr. subsidy to SPDCL for FY2009-10. 429. In response, the GoAP has informed that it is committed to provide subsidy amount of Rs.806.80 Cr. under section 65 of the Electricity Act 2003 in the manner specified by the Commission to maintain the current tariff as proposed by SPDCL with modifications enumerated in Para 419. 430. The GoAP further informed that it had decided to continue with the “single bulb scheme” for the FY 2009-10. Accordingly, the GoAP conveyed willingness to pay additional subsidy, as per the quantum to be indicated by the Commission, to

SPDCL for supplies under this scheme. The details of the subsidy amount agreed
to be provided by the GoAP to different consumer categories for FY2009-10 are given in Table 101.

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hereby determines the retail supply tariff for FY2009-10 as per the rates indicated in Table 102 given below.80 Figures are rounded Retail Supply Tariff 431.97 806.85 6.75 3.Cr) Consumer Category LT01 LT04 LT05 LT06 LT07 HT Others Total Domestic Cottage Industries Agriculture Public Lighting General REC Societies Subsidy Amount 122. The Commission.40 3. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 37 37 37 0 100 100 0 0 0 3.45 2.75 3.53 30.19 89.Table 101: SPDCL: GOAP Subsidy for FY2009-10 (Rs.05 4.75 3.50 Consumer Category 1 LT01 DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (51-100) Slab 3 (101-200) Slab 4 (201-300) Slab 5 (>300) LT02 NON-DOMESTIC Slab 1 (0-50) Slab 2 (>50) LT03 INDUSTRIAL NORAML Industrial Normal Industrial Optional Pisciculture/Prawn culture Sugarcane crushing Poultry Farms with more than 1000 birds. $$ Mushroom production Farms.20 1./HP/ Energy.36 2. Table 102:SPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Commission Determined Tariff After Provisioning of GOAP Subsidy Rs/KVA/ Rs.80 3.75 5.90 0.75 4.75 0.23 560. in accordance with the GoAP decision to provide subsidy to maintain the current tariff schedule with modifications made by the Commission.75 3. Rabbit Farms $$ Floriculture in Green-Houses $$ INDUSTRIAL OPTIONAL SSI Units Seasonal Industries 164 .52 1.50 3.

60 4.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.26 3.75 4.20 0.20 0.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 nos.20 0.08 2.00 1.50 0.Table 102:SPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Commission Determined Tariff After Provisioning of GOAP Subsidy Rs/KVA/ Rs.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2.05 0.00 0.00 3.5 acre) Dry Land Farmers (Connections <= 3 nos.00 0.20 1.) AGRICULTURE (TATKAL) LT06 LOCAL BODIES Street Lighting Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities (Gr 3) Municipalities (Gr 1&2) Municipalities Selection Special Group Corporations PWS Schemes Minor/ Major Panchayats Upto 2500 units/Yr Above 2500 units/Yr All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units Municipal Corporations Upto 1000 units More than 1000 units LT07(a) GENERAL PURPOSE LT07(b) RELIGIOUS PLACES with CL up to 1 kW 165 .) Salt Farming Units with CL up to 15HP $ Rural Horticulture Nurseries Without DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.79 2.50 1.00 0.20 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 20 0 20 20 0 0 4.05 4.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings <= 2./HP/ Energy.50 0.74 3.53 3.80 Consumer Category 1 LT04 LT05 COTTAGE INDUSTRIES IRRIGATION AND ARICULTURE With DSM Measures Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2.56 2.00 1.20 0.

00 0.95 4.40 4.36 3.36 2.70 4.00 4.I( B) Ferro-alloys 166 .80 2.Table 102:SPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Commission Determined Tariff After Provisioning of GOAP Subsidy Rs/KVA/ Rs.36 4.95 4.40 3.40 3.00 4.20 4.30 5.40 4.00 3.40 4.00 2.00 3.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT06 HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 11KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II .Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .00 2.00 6. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 250 0 250 0 0 0 0 0 375 230 0 230 0 230 0 0 0 0 345 195 0 0 195 0 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.I( B) Ferro-alloys HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT05 HT06 HT-V –Railway Traction HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT 33KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II .00 Consumer Category 1 Slab 1 (0-200) Slab 2 (>200) LT08 TEMPORARY SUPPLY Temporary Supply to Non-agriculture Temporary Supply to Agriculture HT 132 KV HT01 HT01 HT01 HT01 HT02 HT-I Indl Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-II .Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .40 4.30 2.80 2.70 6.Industrial Non Segregated HT01(b) HT .36 2.30 2./HP/ Energy.60 2.20 2.60 2.

45 6. The actual tariff is multiple of 432. in advance. SPDCL is directed to. b. The tariff determined in Para 403 is contingent on payment of subsidy as agreed by the GoAP. The subsidy allocation for SPDCL as mentioned in this Order must be paid by the GoAP to SPDCL in monthly installments.Table 102:SPDCL-Rates for Retail Supply Tariff for FY2009-10 Commission Determined Tariff After Provisioning of GOAP Subsidy Rs/KVA/ Rs.00 Consumer Category 1 HT04(A) HT -IV A Govt Lift Irrigation HT04(B) HT -IV B Irrigation & Agriculture HT06 HT-VI -Colony Supply HT07(A) Rural co-operartives HT07(B) Temporary $ HT All Voltages HT07(C) Green Power$$ HT07(D) Composite Public Water Supply Schemes$$ *Determined separately for Kuppam applicable HT of tariffs.36 4. SPDCL gets the subsidy commensurate to the extent of energy sales volumes approved in this Order and not to cover the additional power purchases made by SPDCL over and above volumes approved in this Order at the instance or with the approval of GoAP. Month Month Rs/Unit 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 293 0 0 0 0 0 6. 433. 167 . $ Details are given for temporary categories which are used in calculations. Administration of Subsidy 434. file the details of actual sales to subsidized categories of consumers for whom the GoAP agreed to pay the subsidy every month and the Commission will monitor the units actually sold by the Licensee vis-àvis the subsidy provided.35 2. Subsidy provided by the GOAP is administered as follows: a. $$ Included in Tariff Schedule.36 2.70 0. At the end of the year. 435. The SPDCL shall keep the Commission informed periodically about the payment of subsidy by the Government. or otherwise. The Retail Supply Tariff Schedule for SPDCL indicating the retail supply charges applicable for all categories of consumers for FY 2009-10 is given in Annexure–D./HP/ Energy. In the context of administration of the subsidy to be paid by the GOAP. subsidy adjustments will be made based on the consumption of units in respect of various subsidized categories.

CHAPTER-XV GENERAL ISSUES RELATED TO FILINGS Introduction 436. and b) Expand the scope of the definition to cover all activities once an institution is identified as charitable. The Licensees shall also provide the list and details of all the consumers along with consumption details for FY 2008-09 to whom this tariff is being applied. These objections/suggestions are in general related to operational and tariff aspects of distribution and retail supply of electricity. 168 . Some objectors have pointed out that the Licensees are classifying the charitable institutions arbitrarily and requested for issue of clarifications. several objections and suggestions were received from different persons.00/unit. It is felt that there is a need to review the method and process adopted/followed by Licensees as these provisions are likely to be misused in several ways. concept used and the method followed to identify charitable institutions by October 30. During the proceedings on tariff filings made by four distribution and retail supply Licensees for the purpose of determination of wheeling charges for FY2009-10 to 201314 and retail supply tariff for FY2009-10. 2009. that too only for those activities of these organizations which are genuinely charitable in nature. educational institutions run by charitable institutions (public charitable trusts and societies registered under the Societies Registration Act running educational and medical institutions on a no profit basis) are classified under LT Category VII: General tariff with energy charge at Rs.4. Some of the important issues are briefly discussed hereunder. the Licensees are directed to File the billing procedure followed. in order to evolve uniform foolproof mechanisms to ensure that this facility becomes available only to genuine charitable institutions. some additional issues are identified in course of proceedings. PART-A:TARIFF RELATED ISSUES Method to Identify Charitable Institutions for Categorization 437. a) Clarification on method employed to identify that a charitable institution is on no profit basis. As per the current tariff classification. In addition to these objections/suggestions. The objectors essentially requested for. In this context.

b) Completion of load survey of all religious places to identify the consumers with connected load up to 1 kW by July 30. a) upto 250 Watts with a minimum charge of Rs. the consumers with single phase connection are classified into two categories based on connected load.50. Some consumers and objectors have represented that the minimum charges levied based on connected load are rather arbitrary and leading to unintended outcomes. etc. the consumer with connected load less than 250 Watts pays only Rs. Given these numerous issues to be addressed for domestic consumer category. especially the minimum charge conditions. as pan shops.25 and the consumer with connected load more than 250 Watts pays Rs. The tariff for this category of consumers in the present structure.20/kWh.Religious Places 438. Religious places with connected load upto 1 kW have been categorized separately into LT-VII(B):Religious Places.50/month. especially in rural areas.6. hair cutting saloons.2009. exists for more than a decade. The objectors have represented that if both consumers consume only say 10 units. In this context the Licensees are directed to: File the approach paper on these slabs in the context of operation of single bulb supply scheme and tariff policy with regard to BPL consumers by November 30. To achieve the objectives of introducing this category. 2009. it is decided to examine this issue in future tariff orders. Minimum Charges for Domestic Consumers 439. the Licensees are directed to ensure that. The Tariff policy announced by the Government of India contemplates special treatment for the consumers below the poverty line. a) All the managements of the religious places.25/month and b) above 250 Watts with a minimum charge of Rs. Some consumers and objectors expressed the view that there are only two slabs in LT II: Non domestic tariff with steep increase in energy charge from first slab up to 50 units to second slab for above 50 units from Rs. At present. 2009.The Licensees shall file the compliance report on these directives by the August 30. whose total consumption is very limited. They further stated that there should be more slabs for the benefit of small consumers such 169 .85/kWh to Rs. c) Reclassification of the eligible consumers under LT VII(B) and the adjustment of bills already issued for the months of FY2009-10. Tariff Slabs in LT Category II: Non-Domestic 440. The single bulb subsidy scheme operated by the Government of Andhra Pradesh is also based on such tariff structure.3. should be informed of the change in tariff and persuade others to obtain regular connections.

conferring the powers on these industrial areas under the relevant provisions of AP Gram Panchayats Act / AP Municipalities Act. the industrial areas are not for common public purpose at large as is the case with other local bodies that maintain civic amenities. Waiver of Fixed Charges for fruit processing industry 443. Further.The tariff structure for this category of consumers shall be examined afresh in the context of consumer requests. 170 . the Licensees are 442. 2009. The Licensees shall file the information by September 30. the Licensees are directed to. charges by September 30. Street Lighting in Industrial Areas under Management of APIIC 441. the Licensees are directed. the Licensees shall file the information with regard to notifications. The objectors’ request is to charge only the energy charges under LT III: Category for fruit processing industry. directed. Tariff for Hoardings To examine the issue further. The representative of APIIC requested that the energy consumption on account of street lighting in these areas shall be billed under LT Category VI: street lighting tariff. Though the energy is used for street lighting. though classified as seasonal industry. To file the billing procedure adopted for billing the street lighting in the industrial areas run by APIIC. The energy consumption for street lighting in these areas is being billed under LT Category II: Non-Domestic instead under LT Category VI: Street Lighting. The Licensees shall also file the consumption for FY 2008-09 from these industrial areas on account of street lighting in consultation with APIIC. File an approach paper on tariffs for LT Category II: Non Domestic consumers duly indicating the number of slabs. 2009. Some objectors have expressed the view that the fruit processing industry. The GOAP has transferred some powers and functions of the Local Bodies to the APIIC in select industrial areas. To address this issue. To examine the consumption profile of the hoardings and shopping malls across the time and seasons and file a summary report on this issue by October 30. often the units are run throughout the year. 2009 along with any suggestions on the tariff for future years. if any. Since the suggestion made by the objectors can be examined based only on the consumption profile of identified consumers. Some suggestions have been received to bring hoardings and malls under a separate tariff category as they consume power only during peak hour period when the power purchase cost is very high.

The entire GHIAL Airport should be considered as Greenfield project for supply of electricity. the distinction between seasonal and regular will not exist and the consumers shall have to pay the tariff as applicable for regular consumers. With regard to request for mixed billing. the existing classification needs to be followed. The primary nature of business is to provide infrastructure facility which is not commercial activity.At present. whether under HT-I:Industrial or HT-II:Non-Industrial. The consumer requested for. In case the units are run during the off season. Accordingly. The Electricity Act. 2003 do not specify the establishment needs to be registered under Factories Act to be eligible under the tariff for Large Industrial Power. the request for charging only the energy charges is not accepted. a) A new category should be created for Infrastructure Industry (Greenfield project) such as GHIAL airport for application of more favorable tariff without cross subsidization. i. application of tariff shall be done as per the end use of electricity such as Commercial and Airport Operations in view of.Hyderabad International Airport) 444. GHIAL (GMR. there is no separate category for mixed billing as per existing tariff classification. 171 . As GHIAL does not meet the criteria to be classified under HT Category I:Industrial and thus the request for inclusion of GHIAL in HT-I: Industrial Category for tariff purposes is not accepted. the GHIAL shall be billed only under HT-I: Industry instead of under HT-II:Non-Industrial in view of.e. The Airport operations are similar to factories established under Factories Act. in view of. the fruit processing industry is given the benefit of declaring themselves as seasonal industry as per the existing tariff orders. With regard to categorization of consumers and billing as per end use (commercial or airport operations). When a plant is run during off season. the benefits of seasonal industry are not available. The airports are core infrastructure projects of national importance and if a separate category cannot be made for them. cost reflective tariff. they should be considered as industrial establishments. b) In the absence of such separate category. A consumer cannot expect the concessions available to the seasonal industries and at the same time ask for concessions during “Non-season” period. c) Even if the supply to airport is treated as commercial. Only 15 percent of consumption is on account of commercial activities in the Airport and the balance 85 percent is on account of Airport Operations.

In this context.e. has become very expensive at more than Rs. They pointed out that almost all agricultural pump sets connected to low tension network are not metered. PART-B:SALES RELATED ISSUES Agricultural Consumption Estimates 446.00/unit and the Licensees are buying costly power to meet the peak requirement and incurring huge cost on additional power purchases. the Licensees are directed to. Rural Horticulture Nurseries and Salt farming units have been classified into LT V(A): Agriculture in this tariff order. traders and UI. 2009 to enable the quantification of revenue for FY2009-10. direct injectors (CPPs). Meanwhile. The Licensees are further directed to file the TOD tariffs in the next retail supply tariff filings based on the approach paper filed in this regard. File the monthly agricultural consumption estimate by 25th of every month for the previous month. the estimates appear to be on the high side. The Licensees are directed to. They expressed that in the absence of methodologies for accurate measurement of such volumes. Several objectors raised concerns with regard to estimates of volume of sales for agriculture being projected by the Licensees.Time of Day (TOD) Tariff 445. In this context the Licensees are directed. 172 .7. Category changes 447. i. In view of limited information available from Licensees. 2009. based on existing guidelines. APTRANSCO and CMDs of DISCOMS to suggest alternative methodology for accurate assessment of agricultural consumption. Some objectors have pointed out that the power purchase cost in markets. To prepare an approach paper on Time of Day tariffs duly considering such tariffs in other states and file the same by September 30. the revenue impact of these changes could not be quantified for FY2009-10. from sources such as power exchange. the GoAP has already constituted a Committee with CMD. And a new sub category LT-VII(b):Religious places has been introduced. Furnish the sales to these categories of consumers for the six months period from 01-04-09 to 30-09-09 by October 30. They suggested that suitable mechanisms such as “Time of Day billing” should be evolved to compensate the Licensees for higher power purchase costs during peak periods. It is hoped that the Committee will expedite the submission of its report to enable more accurate assessment of the agricultural consumption.

Such use of electricity . To conduct intensive verification of Domestic consumer connections. continues to get billed under “Domestic” category. To curb such tendencies of unauthorized/clandestine use of electricity by consumers and to protect the revenues provided to the Licensees in the Tariff Order. electronic equipment of the households of a village/street got burnt due to electric short circuits ii. particularly in areas prone for such malpractices.. The Licensees need to act quickly with a ‘human face’ when such incidents take place. During the public hearings. Such practices by consumers are clearly in contravention of the provisions of the Electricity Act / Regulations/ Tariff Order and lead to loss of revenue to the Discoms. a) To post the month wise details of the ex-gratia/compensations paid to the persons affected in the accidents. a) The Licensees are not paying the compensations properly in the event of the electrical accidents which take place due to the failure on the part of the Licensees. PART-C:ISSUES RELATED TO CONSUMER SERVICE Payment of Compensations in case of fatal accidents 449. b) The present amounts of compensations for animals of economic importance and humans are very meager and the same need to be increased. c) Licensees are not responding properly for payment of compensations in the event of. even though actually being used as “Commercial” . on official website.Curbing misuse of Electricity 448. The Licensees are directed. the animals of economic importance/humans of the village got electrocuted due to snapped live wire/falling of High Tension wire on Low Tension wire etc. the Licensees are directed. The Licensees should launch the verification campaign in a systematic manner so that all such services are covered in a reasonable time frame. It is observed that some consumers who have taken electrical connection under domestic category are utilizing the electricity for operating applications which are commercial in nature. i. The Licensees have to chalk out a cogent and viable plan of action to adhere to the appropriate safety standards and to work out a transparent procedure for determination and payment of compensations in the event of electrical accidents. it has been brought to the notice that . b) To file the detailed reports within seven days on official website) on the incidents. (duly posting the same 173 .

2009. In this context. Where the animals of economic importance/humans of the village got electrocuted due to snapped live wire/falling of High Tension wire on Low Tension wire etc. Replacement of failed Distribution Transformers (DTRs) 452. In this context. Supply to Rural households 450. c) The Licensees shall examine the requests of the objectors for increasing the amounts of ex-gratia for loss of animals of economic importance and humans and submit a report with the details of possible increases in the amounts by September 30. sufficient number of vehicles for transportation of DTRs and allotting the DTRs in an arbitrary manner. place of failure and time taken for replacement) on daily basis at the divisional. Some objectors have stated that some of the important documents like agreements. 2009. To make available all the important documents like agreements. The compliance report shall be submitted by September 30. farmers are making all the arrangements (including the transportation). ii. They even objected for collection of minimum charges without proper supply to rural areas. Sub-Divisional and section offices. are not available at some of the Divisional Offices. To enable the Licensees to compute the FSA amounts. are not available in Telugu. They further stated that these documents. in Telugu immediately and to make available copies of these documents both in English and Telugu at all the section offices/Customer Service Centers. General Terms and Conditions of Supply (GTCS) etc. even in English. They further expressed that Licensees are not maintaining sufficient stock of DTRs. General Terms and Conditions of Supply (GTCS) etc. where the electronic equipment of the house holds of a village/street got burnt due to high voltages. The Licensees should take necessary steps to ensure reliable power supply to rural households. Some objectors expressed that in many occasions. for replacement of failed DTRs that serve the agricultural loads. the Licensees are directed: To display the details of replacement of failed DTRs (rating.i.. Availability of Documents in Telugu 451. Some objectors brought to the notice that the power supply in the rural areas is often not continuous and are subject to frequent interruptions.. The copies shall also be posted on their websites. the Licensees are directed. the adopted sales and station wise power purchases are given at Annexure H(i) to H(v) and Annexure E(iii) 174 . PART-D:ISSUES RELATED TO LICENSEE FINANCES Fuel Surcharge Adjustment 453.

for the six month periods ending 30th September and 31st March respectively with the details of scheme wise utilization of such funds. in four equal quarterly installments by commercial establishments with loads below 500 Watts.The state wide weighted average figures have been provided (month wise/quarter wise) for the FY 2009-10 at Annexure G (v). Variable Charges. if any. To enable the Commission to periodically review such utilization . The issue is related to terms and conditions of supply that affects all HT consumers and revenues of the Licensees and accordingly it is decided to examine this as a general issue outside the current tariff order. in the context of the costs adopted in this tariff order as referred to in Para 300 to 306. on request of the consumers. Connection Charges for LT Category II: Non-Domestic 456. 2009.the Licensees are directed: To file category wise actual sales and station wise actual power purchases for all sources including details of Fixed Charges. Some consumers and objectors expressed that the amounts to be paid in the form of development charges by new consumers with a demands of less than 1 kW. Submit half-yearly reports by 31st of October and by 30th of April. Incentives. under LT II:Non-Domestic category . 175 . Income Tax and other charges are provided at Annexure G to G(iv). are very high and are acting as a disincentive for applying electrical connection. Incentives. and to calculate FSA adjustments at a future date.respectively. Notice Period for Temporary Reduction of Contracted Demand 454. by July 30.To facilitate the small establishments to have the electrical connection.To monitor the fuel cost variations. the Licensees are directed: To extend the facility to pay the development charges. Funds from Central Schemes 455. within 21 days from the close of every month. The details of Fixed Charges. Some consumers have requested for reducing the notice period for temporary reduction in the contracted demand with the Licensees. the Licensees are directed to. Income Tax and other charges. The Licensees are utilizing funds from different schemes operated by Government of India and the Commission expects the Licensees to utilize such funds to the fullest extent. The Licensees are directed: To file the views on the issue relating to notice period for temporary reduction of Contracted Demand along with other conditions that govern the aspect of temporary reduction of Contracted Demand. Variable Charges.

Some objectors and consumers expressed concern that people are losing lives in electrical accidents due to laying of stay wires without guy insulators. laying of lines across the roads without guarding. The Licensees are directed. etc. c) The Licensees are not following the Construction Standard practices which they are obliged to follow as per the IE Rules. the Licensees are directed: To designate an Officer not below the rank of Divisional Engineer at each circle as ‘Safety Officer’ and shall be made responsible for implementing all safety standards as per I.E Rules/Safety standards as specified by CEA. it means. This is not only in violation of the IE Rules. but instead the neutral is being provided locally by means of a local earth pit. d) The Licensees are providing only one earth pit to connect the neutral of Single phase transformer. Technically. as these are not only statutory requirements but also involve safety of human lives.. but also blatant deviation of the overall scope of the scheme as approved. Single Phase HVDS transformers 458. The Licensees are not laying HT neutral wire from sub-station along the line route. which contemplate providing of 3 separate earth pits for distribution transformer installations. Mostly these accidents are occurring in the single phase HVDS distribution network. absence of adequate ground clearances. a) Most of the fatal accidents are happening due to sub-standard construction practices. b) The Licensees have not provided neutral wire (return conductor) from 33/11 kV sub-station for all single-phase transformers. The following issues related to safety aspects have been noted during the field inspections of HVDS implemented by Licensees. To address these numerous issues related to safety aspects in distribution network. loose and drooping or snapping wires. After critical examination of important safety issues brought out above. Some objectors have suggested the checking the ground clearance whenever a new layer of road is laid as ground clearance is reduced due to formation of new layers that cause accidents. the Commission would like to reiterate that utmost importance should be given to safety related issues by the Licensees and that the Licensees should never compromise on the standards to be followed in their construction/operational practices. that too without providing HV neutral from 33/11 kV SS. 176 . HT/LT lines without maintaining required clearances.PART-E:ISSUES RELATED TO DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY Safety Aspects in Distribution Networks 457. The Safety Officer shall inspect all electrical installations to prepare a detailed proposal to rectify any short comings noticed or brought to his notice to ensure that the electrical accidents do not take place. the earth is being used as return conductor.

6 of NEP states that the Regulatory Commissions should ensure adherence to energy efficiency standards by utilities. At present. PART-F:OTHER ISSUES Implementation of Energy Conservation Act 460. The Energy managers and Energy auditors shall conduct periodic energy audit and submit a report. The Government of India (GOI) passed Energy Conservation Act. The Energy Conservation Act has to be implemented from April 2007 and makes it mandatory for power utilities sector to have energy audits and employ energy managers in industries and commercial establishments. In this context. The report shall include the reasons for inefficient use of energy and recommendations to conserve and improve energy efficiency. It also stated that other industries may also be encouraged to adopt energy audit and energy conservation measures.9. 52 of 2001) to promote Energy Conservation and use of energy efficiently. The clause 5.To run neutral wire from 33/11 kV SS to all single phase transformers both existing and new installations without resorting to use of earth as a return conductor. The report shall also furnish the the present status and proposed action plan. Consumer Choice to buy Meters 461. The Licensees are expected to achieve the loss reduction specified and are directed: To conduct circle wise energy audit and make full scale efforts to achieve the approved loss reduction trajectory. 1956 and provide three earth pits as per the prescribed construction standards. The loss reduction trajectory fixed in this order is applicable for 5 years period from FY2009-10 to 2013-14.9 mentioned about energy conservation and states that periodic energy audits are compulsory for power intensive industries. A detailed quarterly report on various activities taken up by the Licensees in this regard shall be submitted by 15th of the month at the end of each quarter. at minimum possible costs. to spread the message of ‘energy conservation’ across all the categories of consumers. The National Electricity Policy (NEP) clause 5. Energy Audits 459. Further the Licensees are directed to strictly implement earthing practices as per 61(1)(a). the Licensees are procuring and arranging the meters for consumers at the time of releasing supply and also when the need arises to replace the existing 177 . b) To take up publicity campaigns. a) To designate Energy Managers and Energy auditors for efficient use of energy and its conservation. taking the help of NGOs wherever possible. The Licensees shall file half yearly reports by 31st October and 30th April for periods ending 30th September and 31st March respectively. the Licensees are directed. 67(1A) and 92 of IE Rules. 2001 (No.

Licensees should also explore alternative strategies like franchising to improve the situation. 2003 provides legal authority to the Licensees to take measures for controlling power theft. for additional revenue. Entry into cable network business Hoardings in their spaces Leasing of lines for telecom operations Leasing of vacant land The Licensees are directed: To file feasibility report on scope for generation of additional revenue by entering into other businesses using its incumbent status by December 30. In these circumstances. Several consumers and objectors have stated that the Licensees may enter into other businesses so that they can get additional revenue that leads to minimize the tariff burden on consumers. and any other avenues. They emphasized the need to take deterrent action for tackling the problem of power theft. Measures to Control Power Theft 463. The Licensees may examine the following sources. a. To study the practices in other states and evolve a procedure for consumers to procure the meters fulfilling the prescribed technical specifications from a list of approved manufacturers. which is all the more necessary in the present context due to the chronic shortage of availability of power. a) Licensees may prepare a list of meters with technical specifications for direct purchase by consumers. The technology for meters is well established with several domestic and international manufacturers making their meters available in the retail market. The process involves the following steps. The issue of theft of power was brought to the notice of the Commission by several objectors during the public hearings. b. To introduce the facility for consumers to procure the meters of their choice. c. c) Licensees may arrange the testing of the meter procured by consumers in their laboratories before installing the same on consumer premises. the Licensees are directed. The Electricity Act. it is desirable that the consumers shall be able to procure the meters of their choice from the market. The Commission desires that the DISCOMs should step up vigilance and enforcement measures so as to control power theft and reduce the ATC losses as envisaged in the tariff policy so that more power is available to essential sectors of the economy. d. 178 . Entry into Other Businesses 462. 2009. b) Licensees may also prepare a list of approved manufacturers who supply the specified meters for the convenience of consumers.meter.

This Order is signed on the 20th day of March. In conclusion. SEKHAR REDDY MEMBER Sd/R. These tariffs take effect from 01st April. the Commission directs the four distribution Licensees to levy wheeling tariff for each year of the Control Period from FY2009-10 to 2013-14 as indicated in Annexure-C respectively. 466. B:RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFF SCHEDULE 465. RAGHOTHAM RAO CHAIRMAN 179 .CHAPTER-XVI WHEELING AND RETAIL SUPPLY TARIFFS ALL DISTRIBUTION AND RETAIL SUPPLY LICENSEES A:WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE 464. Similarly. 2009 Sd/C. the Commission directs the four distribution Licensees to levy Retail Supply Tariff on the respective categories of consumers for FY 2009-10 as indicated in Annexure-D. 2009.R. RADHA KISHEN MEMBER Sd/A.

Approach Paper on LT II: Non-Domestic Tariff File an approach paper on tariffs for LT Category II: Non Domestic consumers duly indicating the number of slabs.The Licensees shall file the compliance report on these directives by the August 30. should be informed of the change in tariff and persuade others to obtain regular connections.407.264. Subsidy Administration File the actual sales to subsidized categories of consumers for whom the GoAP agreed to pay the subsidy every month and the Commission will monitor the units actually sold by the Licensee vis-à-vis the subsidy provided. Charitable Trusts File the billing procedure followed. 5. Upon approval of such safety improvement plan by the Commission.ANNEXURE-A LIST OF DIRECTIVES 1.379. Completion of load survey of all religious places to identify the consumers with connected load up to 1 kW by July 30. 2009 (Para 440). especially in rural areas. b.284). At the end of the year. 6. 3. The Licensees shall also provide the list and details of all the consumers along with consumption details for FY 2008-09 to whom this tariff is being applied(Para 437). 2009. Safety Improvement Plan To prepare a Safety Improvement Plan for five years relating to distribution network with a budget of Rs. Licensee may commensurate the project. concept used and the method followed to identify charitable institutions by October 30. charges by September 30. Non compliance of this directive may lead to claw back of the amounts provided with carrying cost(Para 223. All the managements of the religious places. in order to evolve uniform foolproof mechanisms to ensure that this facility becomes available only to genuine charitable institutions. 2009(Para 438). Reclassification of the eligible consumers under LT VII(B) and the adjustment of bills already issued for the months of FY2009-10.2009(Para 439). that too only for those activities of these organizations which are genuinely charitable in nature.244. 2009. 2.435).25 Cr. Tariff Slabs in LT-I: Domestic Category File the approach paper on these slabs in the context of operation of single bulb supply scheme and tariff policy with regard to BPL consumers by November 30. Religious Places a. 4. c. 180 . and file the same with the Commission for approval by 31st August 2009. subsidy adjustments will be made based on the consumption of units in respect of various subsidized categories (Para 351.

if any. i. 9. based on existing guidelines (Para 446). The Licensees should launch the verification campaign in a systematic manner so that all such services are covered in a reasonable time frame(Para 448).7. 2009 along with any suggestions on the tariff for future years (Para 442). 2009 (Para 441). Further. The Licensees shall also file the consumption for FY 2008-09 from these industrial areas on account of street lighting in consultation with APIIC. Compensation to the Victims of Accidents a) To post the month wise details of the ex-gratia/compensations paid to the persons affected in the accidents. Consumption Profile of Hoardings and Malls To examine the consumption profile of the hoardings and shopping malls across the time and seasons and file a summary report on this issue by October 30. 8. conferring the powers on these industrial areas under the relevant provisions of AP Gram Panchayats Act / AP Municipalities Act. 2009 to enable the quantification of revenue for FY2009-10 (Para 447). Approach Paper on Time of Day Tariffs To prepare an approach paper on Time of Day tariffs duly considering such tariffs in other states and file the same by September 30. particularly in areas prone for such malpractices. The Licensees shall file the information by September 30. The Licensees are further directed to file the TOD tariffs in the next retail supply tariff filings based on the approach paper filed in this regard (Para 445). 10. 11. Where the animals of economic importance/humans of the village got electrocuted due to snapped live wire/falling of High Tension wire on Low Tension wire etc. b) To file the detailed reports within seven days (duly posting the same on official website) on the incidents. 181 . the Licensees shall file the information with regard to notifications. on official website. where the electronic equipment of the house holds of a village/street got burnt due to high voltages. Revenue Impact Tariff Changes Furnish the sales to these categories of consumers for the six months period from 01-04-09 to 30-09-09 by October 30. ii. 13. 12. 2009. Curbing Misuse of Electricity To conduct intensive verification of Domestic consumer connections. Agricultural Consumption Estimate File the monthly agricultural consumption estimate by 25th of every month for the previous month. Street Lighting Billing-APIIC Industrial Areas To file the billing procedure adopted for billing the street lighting in the industrial areas run by APIIC.

General Terms and Conditions of Supply (GTCS) etc. 2009 (Para 451). The compliance report shall be submitted by September 30. in Telugu immediately and to make available copies of these documents both in English and Telugu at all the section offices/Customer Service Centers. if any. 18. 15. 14. 16. Income Tax and other charges. 21. on request of the consumers. Utilization of Funds from Central Schemes Submit half-yearly reports by 31st of October and by 30th of April. 17. Sub-Divisional and section offices (Para 452). 2009 (Para 454).E Rules/Safety standards as specified by CEA. Further the 182 . Sales and Power Purchase Information To file category wise actual sales and station wise actual power purchases for all sources including details of Fixed Charges. 2009(Para 449). Safety Officer To designate an Officer not below the rank of Divisional Engineer at each circle as ‘Safety Officer’ and shall be made responsible for implementing all safety standards as per I. Small Commercial Establishments: Installment Facility To extend the facility to pay the development charges. The copies shall also be posted on their websites. place of failure and time taken for replacement) on daily basis at the divisional. 19. Incentives.c) The Licensees shall examine the requests of the objectors for increasing the amounts of ex-gratia for loss of animals of economic importance and humans and submit a report with the details of possible increases in the amounts by September 30. Documents Availability in Telugu To make available all the important documents like agreements. Neutral Wire-HVDS Areas To run neutral wire from 33/11 kV SS to all single phase transformers both existing and new installations without resorting to use of earth as a return conductor. Variable Charges. for the six month periods ending 30th September and 31st March respectively with the details of scheme wise utilization of such funds (Para 455). Status Paper on CMD Deration To file the views on the issue relating to notice period for temporary reduction of Contracted Demand along with other conditions that govern the aspect of temporary reduction of Contracted Demand. The Safety Officer shall inspect all electrical installations to prepare a detailed proposal to rectify any short comings noticed or brought to his notice to ensure that the electrical accidents do not take place (Para 457).. in four equal quarterly installments by commercial establishments with loads below 500 Watts(Para 456). DTR Stock Display To display the details of replacement of failed DTRs (rating. by July 30. 20. within 21 days from the close of every month (Para 453).

b. The Energy managers and Energy auditors shall conduct periodic energy audit and submit a report. 67(1A) and 92 of IE Rules. 24. Entry into Other Businesses To file the feasibility report on additional revenue through entering into other business using its incumbent status by December 30 (Para 462). Consumer Choice to Buy Meters To study the practices in other states and evolve a procedure for consumers to procure the meters fulfilling the prescribed technical specifications from a list of approved manufacturers (Para 461). 25. A detailed quarterly report on various activities taken up by the Licensees in this regard shall be submitted by 15th of the month at the end of each quarter (Para 460). To take up publicity campaigns. Energy Conservation a.Licensees are directed to strictly implement earthing practices as per 61(1)(a). to spread the message of ‘energy conservation’ across all the categories of consumers. Circle Wise Energy Audit To conduct circle wise energy audit and make full scale efforts to achieve the approved loss reduction trajectory(Para 459). 23. The Licensees shall file half yearly reports by 31st October and 30th April for periods ending 30th September and 31st March respectively (Para 458). at minimum possible costs. taking the help of NGOs wherever possible. The report shall include the reasons for inefficient use of energy and recommendations to conserve and improve energy efficiency. To designate Energy Managers and Energy auditors for efficient use of energy and its conservation. The report shall also furnish the the present status and proposed action plan. 183 . 1956 and provide three earth pits as per the prescribed construction standards. 22.

S/o.V.522 002 D.Laxmi Narayana.Mohan Rao. Vijayawada . C.6/570. M.Ram Mohan. Chittoor dist. Srikalahasti . Centre for World Solidarity (CWS).Collector's Office.V. Viniyoga Hakku.Street. 59-2-1. Secunderabad-500017 Er.ANNEXURE-B LIST OF OBJECTORS Sl.Subrahmanya Sastry. Bangarupalyam(M) Santharam J.Veerappa.N.O.H. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Name and Address of the Objector C.P. No.Krishnama Naidu.No. A. President.No. 6-9. Editor.No.3/741. H. S/o Subbarayudu. President. Santhoshnagar.No. Krishna Dist. D.517644 R.Venkateswarlu. S/o Baba Saheb.No.Ch. A. Nellore dist Kavali. Srikalahasti . Brodipeta.Punna Rao.Electricity consumer's Forum. Zilla Raithu Samakhya. Srikalahasti – 517644 Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL CPDCL SPDCL EPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 184 . Cuddapah .7-798. D. D. Federation of Farmers’ Assoications. D.No.No.H. S/o Late P. Retd. Srikalahasti – 517644 P. Srikalahasti – 517644 C.Narasimhulu. A. St No: 1.520 010 Mandala Subrahmanyam.Chalapati.7-223.2/52.1/354.S/o Jayaram Rao Pawar. D. Tarnaka. 21/72.17-18 cross road. 4/14. Visakhapatnam-28 Katuri Hari kishore Kumar Reddy. Simhachalam.Vijaya Chandra Naidu.Madana Gopal. Nehru Street. Pawar.N.Ramaswami Reddy. Aaruvela Veedhi. District Committee. Srikalahasti 517644. Jayaramrao Street.. Opp.P.20 Er. Chittoor G. D. S/o Subba Rao. Brodipeta. Zilla Raithu Samakhya.9/142. Kovvur(M).SE. Srikalahasti . Guntur522 002 K. Executive Member. K. S/o Muna Swamy Naidu. D. 1st line Ashok Nagar. Nagula Gunta. 3rd lane. Chittoor. President. Project CoOrdinator.). Srikalahasti – 517644 R.3/57. B. IInd floor. D. Trunk Road.Ramaiah. Jayaramrao Street. Advocate.No. President.516001 Sheikh Bade Basha. Guntur.517644.No. Gandhi Road.Sarma. Aruna Co-op. D.521 190. Big Masqst. Chartered Engineer.E.Society.. S/o Raghavulu.S. Hyderabad . S/o Ramakrishna Reddy. Chittoor dist. II Floor.1-6-174 -5/18.I. Paturu(P. Bhadur Peta.Siva Kumar. Mushirabad Area. Chittoor Dist. R.V. D. 12-13-438. F. S.No. Krishna Swami Naidu.Jayachandra Chowdary. Zilla Padi Pantala Raitu Samakhya. Federation of Farmers Association. Penuganchiprolu .517 644 P.E. Kotha Peta.

Pakala Mandal.Rajendra Naidu. S/o. Chittoor Dist S. Domal Cheruvu (P). Mutthuneni Vari Palle. Iramgaripalle Panchayat.Umamahaswara Reddy. Thottam Bedu(V). Bandarla Palle (V).Rangaiah. S/o.V.Sl. Chittoor Dist C. S/o Venkatrao Naidu. S/o. Chinnagorpadu. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Name and Address of the Objector Pasupuleti Chandra Mohan.Mallaiah. Abba Naidu Indlu. Chittoor Dist G. Chittoor Dist P. Samireddy Palle Panchayat.Ramachandra Naidu. Narasimha Reddy. Samireddy Palli Panchayat. S/o.Mallaiah. Pakala Mandal. Pakala Mandal. Desireddy Palli. Pakala Mandal.Madhava Reddy. Pakala Mandal. S/o.J. Pakala Mandal. Panta Palle Panchayat. Pantapalle Panchayat. P. Samireddy Palle Panchayat. Chittoor Dist S. Uppara Palle Panchayat. Chinnaba Naidu. Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist V. Ramachandra Reddy. Bangaramma Colony. Chittoor Dist V. Pakala mandal. Chittoor Dist P. No. Peddaramapuram Panchayat. Mallela Cheruvu palle. Thowtapalle. Uppara palli panachayat. Chittoor Dist G. Kundetivari Palle. Chittoor Dist J.Pakala Mandal. Pedaravuru Panchayat.Naveen. S/o. A. Pakala Mandal. Samireddy Palle Panchayat. Nalla Gutta Indlu. Chittoor Dist A.Gopala Naidu. Chittoor Dist Balaji Venkat Kumar. Pedda gorpadu(P). H.Narayanaswamy Naidu.Gurappa Naidu. Pakala Mandal.Raghavayya.Balaji. Pakala Mandal. Subbarayudu. PeddaGorpadu Panchayat. S/o.Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist D. Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist D.5. III Street. Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist N. S/o V. Chittoor Dist R.Rajeswara Reddy. S/o Srinivasulu reddy.Seshadri Naidu. S/o Krishnayya Naidu. Pakala Mandal. Pichuturu Road. Bharatha Mitta. Chittoor Dist K. Damacheru Post.Raghunadaiah. Pantapalli Panchayat. Pakala Manndal.Bhaskar Naidu. Pakala Mandal. S/o.Lakshmipathi Reddy. Munuswamy. S/o Krishnayya Naidu. S/o. S/o. Chittoor Dist P. G. Vutuvanka. S.Doraswamy Naidu.Venkatraya Naidu.Nagaraju.S/o. Pakala Mandal.Sudhakar Naidu. Thottam Bedu(M). Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist.Reddaiah Chowdary. Chittoor Dist. S/o K.Subbaiah. Uppara Palle panchayat.P. S/o. Tyagaraju Naidu. Pakala Mandal. Chittoor Dist Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 185 .Subrahmanyam Naidu. Utlavari palle.No. Lakshmipuram. V.Balakrishna Reddy. Chittoor Dist B. Adusupalle. Sidda Reddy. Ganugapenta Panchayat. Vutavanka. Uppara Palle Panchayat. S/o Narasimhulu Naidu. Kundetivaripalle.Kumar.

Chittoor Dist C.S. Rail Nilayam.E. Chittoor Mandal Mango Growers. Chirala 523 155 D.7-28-36.No.B. Chittoor Dist . Muntavari Centre.15-54/2.500 071 Kota Venkata Subba Rao.A.P. Hyderabad – 44 G.Malyadri.Venkateswara Chowdary.Rajula Kandriga Post. Hyderabad-500018 K.Prasad. 1-19/10.517642. Degree College.A.20 Ch. President.Raghava Reddy.Secretary. Opp: Lane.No. Harahara Bavi. 4th Floor. Srikalahasti-517112 T.522413. S/o. S/o. Chittoor Dist-517002 V.(Elcl. Piduguralla . Somaraju Palle.Harihara Reddy. Srikalahasti .Haribabu Chowdary & K.No.C. S.Muniswami Reddy.Rajula Kandriga. Flat No: 202.N. H.522 201 Jala Rao.517 002 C. B. H. The Piduguralla Pulverising Millers Association. Guntur District .517 644 M.Balakrishna Reddy. Thalam Bedu Post. Prakasam District-523101 Sri. Farmer. M. Tirupati.Vijaya Kumar Reddy. D. Sanath Nagar Colony.Reddy. Kotha Peta.517 644 M.Kandriga Mandal.C.). Lakshmi Apartment.1-9-295/32/4.No.Society.Baskara Rao. 1st Stage.No. Murugan Xerox.K. Town Policestation. D. S/o.517644 A. Krishna Murthy. South Central Railway Headquarters Office. M.Nadamuni Naidu. SRT-302.8/693. "C" Block. B. S/o Lakhmana Reddy. Chittoor . Anjaneya Pantuluvari Street. 15-2294. Vijaya Gopalapuram. President.N. Federation of Farmers Association. Pedda Kannali (Village & Post). Dist. Thellagundla Valasa. RTC X Road. Secunderabad . Guntur Dist A. Srikalahasti . Sriram Nagar Colony. Chittoor District . Balajirao Pet. S/o. Jawahar Nagar. Chalama Reddy.522 615 Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL CPDCL SPDCL SPDCL ALL DISCOMs SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 186 . Nakarikallu Mandal. Chittoor Dist Vayyala Krishna Reddy. Piduguralla . Singarayakonda. No. Room. Bharatiya Kisansangh. Dy Chief Electrical Engineer (TRD).V. Vidyanagar. Hyderabad . Padmavati Nagar. Tenali . P. D.No.Balaji Nagar Colony. Janavignana Vedica.Bhujagasayanam.5.No. M.517 502 G. 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 Name and Address of the Objector K.P. Guntur Road.Varadappa Naidu. Chagarla Post.20-7-25(1).Krishna Murthy.7-612/3. State Vice President. M. Electiricial Branch/Traction Rail Nilayam. Colony.Sl. D. Srikalahasti . K.No. Presdient.A. Mapakshi Post.Peera reddy. S/o Ankaiah Naidu. Back side of HP Petrol bunk.Raithu Sangham. Suvera House.A. Tenali 522 201 Ch. Chittoor District Fruit Processors Fideration. Secretary. K.. Narasimha Reddy.Venkateswarlu.A.Puram Mandalam. H. IRSEE. A.Sri Venkateswara Rice & Floor Mill. Babu Agraharam. Thottam Bedu(M). 16-755. Ramakrishnama Naidu.522413.8-1-6. SAO (Retd).C.517419 B. Bitra Srinivasa Rao. Guntur Dist Vangala Subba Rao & Sameneni Rama Rao.

No.516 172 A.Amareswara Rao..520 013 M. Krishna District G. Mydukur. Backside of Z.41-16-33.41-20/5-32. Chellapalli.C.V.S.Ravi Babu. Krishna District M. Vijayawada.T.Subba Rao.P.S. 32-4247/1.Muniramaiah. Kadapa Poly Clinc. Kasumurru Post. Kalpana Printers Road. Vijayawada.A. Teacher. H.520 003 A. Nellore District Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 187 .V.No.Satish Kumar.520 003 G.Bhaskara Rao. Near Ramalayam. Kalekhan Peta. 2nd Street. Krishnalanka Mandal.No. Kadapa .H. Potladurti Post. Kadapa M. Bhramaramba Puram. Krishna District S. Vijayawada . PSR Street. Krishna District 521 126 M. Satyanarayana Puram. Srinagar Colony.Devadattu.520 013 C. H. Mydukuru Post.6-93-2.516 172 A. H. No. Krishna District P. Kadapa Road. Vijayawada . New Ayodyanagar. Krishna District .520 013 Dastagiri.14-57/2. 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Name and Address of the Objector T.13/128. Anandavihar Post.M. Doctor. G. Vijayawada.24-14-42. Anandavihar (Post).A. Kaikaluru.Viswanath. Vijayawada.Venkateswarlu. Krishna District . Krishna District .Ram Prasad.V.M.14/422-3.No.Sl. Krishna District . H.Farooq.Ayyappa Swamy. Governor Pet. Durgapuram. Kadapa-516172 P.No.Gafar. Krishna Lanka. Machavaram. Roshan Medical Shop. Krishnalanka. Vijayawada A. Prasada Rao. H. Z.Jitendra Nath.Ramanaiah. Machilipatnam. 21-10-38. Krishna District K. Kadapa N. Peddabotla Vari Street. H.S.Nagaraju. Krishna Lanka.520 011 M. Mydukuru. Vijayawada. Nagar Street. Venkatachalam Mandal. R. Kadapa B. Kadapa . Teacher. Kalpana Frunts Road. Yerraguntla.Hs.1/210.Raod.V.No..V. Vijayawada.S. Sainandha Puram Vedhi. 21/111. Mydukuru. Sagandika. Sreerama Medical Store. 21-574. Badvel Road.S. Krishna District L.3.Nageswara Rao. Krishna District . Machilipatnam. Velama Peta.Venugopal.P. Mydukuru. Ayodya Nagar. H.Venkatanarayana.No. Teacher.Venkateswarlu. K.V.S. Vijayawada. Paraspeta. Kadapa Dr.Nagar.No. D.

D. S.Srinivasa Rao.Krishnaiah.Madhava Rao.L.2 A.Sl. Nellore District N. Prakasam Dist.C. Sri Prasanthi High School. B. Jayaramaiah.Chenchaiah. Prakasam Dist.K. Nellore District . Tanguturu(P).Konda(P). Dornala(M). Pichireddy Tota Post. Nallayarao Peta. Nellore District Dr.Chanchaiah. Nellore district C. 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 Name and Address of the Objector Ch.Reading Room. Guduru Mandalam.V. Roots Public School.Ratnam.Rajib. Tanguturu(M). S. Near Lelamahal.Raghava Rao.Sneha Koti. Nandavaram Post. Chandamama Public School. Markapur Mandal. Nellore District P. Darsi(P). Tanguturu(V). Kothapali.Venkateswarlu. Nellore District . Naidupeta (Village & Post). Ponduru(P). Chimakurthi(M). C/o Bharathi Narsing Home. Madamanuru Post. Naidupeta (Village & Post). Papulla Street. Nellore District B.V.N.Chinnaiah. Ponduru(V). Prakasam District M. Muttukur Mandal. P. Nellore District CH. Somaraju Palle. Darsi(M).Srinivasulu.Office. Nellore District K. K. Nellore Hospital.Satram Mandal.Vijayakumar. Nellore District S. Prakasam Dist. 6-12-5/14. Nellore District K.N. B.V. Dornala(V). Naidupeta. Nellore District K. 17/69. Prakaam Dist. Surapu Agraharam. Prakasam Dist. Manubolu Mandal. Park Road.Naga Murthi. Prakasam Dist.Narayana.Sukumar Reddy.Konda(M). No. Markapur. Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 188 . Sten House Peta. Chimakurthi(P). Aravinda Nagar. Prakasam Dist. K. S. Ponduru(M).Palli. Varikuntapadu Mandal. Advocate. Gudinarva Post. Prakasam Dist.Venkatewarlu.S. Opp. 2/197. Chimakurthi(V). Ongole.Pullaiah.Venkatrao. Sadhana Degree Colege. Kallur Post.G.Balakrishna Murhty.524 236 Madusudhan Sastry. K. Dronam Raju Street. Ongole. SC Colony.C. Nellatore Post. Dornala(P). Nellore District T. D.

Chittoor Dist. Repalle Pattanabhivrudhi Sangham. Cheemakurthi(M).V. A.Palle(M).Koti Reddy. C/o Chanakya Visinonary School. Vizianagarm Dist Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL 189 . P. 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 Name and Address of the Objector N. J.Panuguluru(P). Metada(P). C. Veligandla(P).Vijaya Kumar. Puthalapattu(M). Prakasam Dist. Prakasam Dist. P. J. P. Neerudu Palle(P). B.Appala Naidu. Pothavaram(V). APR Rao. Myanam Padu(V).Venkateswarlu. O/o Chief Electricial Engineer.P.Subbarami Reddy. K. Progressive Towers. N.Chinnaswamy Naidu. Prakasam Dist. Secretary.No. Hyderabad-4. Pothavaram(V).S.Ananda Reddy. Somaraju Palle(V). C/o Jhansi Public School. Lakshmanaraopuram. K. Prakasam Dist. Prakasam Dist.L.Venkateswarlu. Cheemakurthi(P). Prakasam Dist.Panguluru(V). V. P.Balakrishna Reddy.Panuguluru(M). S. Repalle . Netaji Junior College. Mynam Padu(P). Secretary General.N. Puthala Pattu Mandal. Jhansi Nursing Home. For Chief Electricial Engineer.Palle(M).Prasad. Metada(M). Kanigiri(P). Rail Kunj. Ongole Rural(M). Markapur(V). Prakasam Dist. Cherlo Palle (V). Annarappadu(V).Kotha Kodu Post. Metada(V).Jawahar. Markapur(P). Darsi(M).Venkateswar Rao. S/o N. N.Padu(M). Munnurpalli. Kanigiri.20/620. Machilipatnam 521002 M. Somaraju Palle(P).Changalraya Reddy. Paparaju Palle.Sl. Dr. G. Mohammed Silar. P.Mohan Rao. Kanigiri(M).John. President.Srinivas Reddy. C/o Sadhana Degree College. Z.R. J.Kothakodu(P). 3rd Floor.Prasad. Jana Vignana Vedica.L.522 265.Veligandla. Karavadi(P). Chittoor Dist.Venkateswara Naidu.H. S/o V. Darsi(P). Prakasam Dist. J. Retd. Prakasam Dist. Veligandla(M). Chilakalapudi. East Coast Railway.C.Sidda Reddy.Puram(V). Vijayanagaram(M). Prakasam Dist. NwGM Building. M. K. Thasildar. P. Karavadi(V). Singarayakonda(M). S. Cheemakurhti(V). Darsi(P). Khairatabad. No. G. Chittoor Dist.Ch. M.Bheemanna. Neerudupalle(P).Kothakota Post. S/o S. P. Prakasam Dist.Puram(P). Annarappadu(M).Pavan Kuamar. P.Raja Reddy. Prakasam Dist. Bhubaneswar-751023 (Orissa State) M.Satyanarayana. P.P. Darsi(M). Diet.B. Darsi(V). Puthalapattu Mandal. Prakasam Dist. Darsi(V). Markapur(M).Ferro Alloys Producers Association. Annarappadu(P).C. Vizayanagaram Dist. D. Chandrasekharpur.

Gajapathi Nagaram(M). Near Registrar Office. Vizianagarm Dist. Khammam M. Nizamabad Dist. Contonment Vuda Colony. Pin-503111 N.No. Nizamabad K.No.Anja Goud.N. Gangalay Peta(V).505467 A. H. Kamalapur(V). Nizamabad Dist.Pin. Pin-503230 Sanjeev. Kamareddy(M). Chittivalasa(V). Nandigam(P). Gajapathi Nagarm(M).Rama Rao. Arya Nagar.Vignesh. Metada(V). Nizamabad Dist M. Chittivalasa(P).11-3-125. Gangalay Pet(P). H.503 185 A. Kamalapur(V). Nagan Pally(V).6-88/615. Nizamabad Dist M. Phool bag(P).No. Vizianagarm Dist.V.Pavan Kumar. H. Siricilla.No.Murali.Koteswar. Contonment. Kamalapur(P). Arya nagar.No. Vizianagarm Dist. Nizamabad G. (PO) Boregun. Kamalapur(P). Yellamma Gutta. Vizianagaram K.Linga Rao.R. Vizianagaram Dist K. Ring Road(P).Srinivasulu. No. Vizianagaram M.Prabhakara Rao. (PO) Boregun.No.No. Vizianagaram Dist M. Bhodhan(M). Phase III. Pin-535003 Siva Varma. Dichpally(M). Metada(P). Nizamabad N. H. Nehru Nagar.No. H. Navi pet(M). Corrspondent.Verranna Yadav. Advocate. Lingay Palle(V). MIG 168.535 002 Laxmana Rao. Metada(M).MIG 3/204. Saibaba Medical Hall.Bhumaiah.Murthy. Karimnagar . Gowrayya English Medium School.6/88/6/8/5. Ammaakka Palli(P).Gangadhar.N. Arsan Nagar.L.6/88/29/20. Nizamabad . Phool Bag(P). Nizamabad Dist. Nandigama(V).Asanna. Gurajada Public School. Ambedkar Nagar. 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 Name and Address of the Objector G.5-11-736.Madhava Rao. B. Nizamabad Dist K.V. Kama Reddy(M). Navi pet(V). H.2-5. Navi Pet(M).Krishnaji. Pin .Sl.H. Raithu Nagar(P).4-6-47.Venkata Rao. Sabdapur(V). Husnabad. Veda Colony.Satyanarayana. Dichpally(M). P. Karimnagar 505301 P. H.503111 Objection Related to EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL EPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL 190 . Nizamabad Dist T.Sankaraiah. Vignan Junior College. Vizianagarm Dist. (PO) Boregun.

Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist.No. Vallabh Nagar.V. Pin:509103 J. Wanaparthy(M). H. Wanaparthy.Bhasker. Wanaparthy. A. Nizamabad Dist. Secretary General. H. Pin:509103 S.34-96/1.Rahupathi Reddy. Atmakur(P).No.Gali Reddy.RTC Colony.Ferro Alloys Producers Association. No.41-251. Bandaru nagar.V.S. Atmakur(M). New Town Colony.Madan Mohan Reddy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 G. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 A.No.S.37-27.16-54/6A. Banderam Nagar. Pin:509103 B. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(M). Pin:509103 K. Mahaboobnagar Dist.P. Wanaparthy(M). 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 Name and Address of the Objector Dr. Mahaboobnagar Dist. A. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist.. KDR Nagar. Wanaparthy.No.34-79. Wanaparthy(M).Phani Bhusan.34-96.Teachers Colony. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy.No. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M).Mohan. Wanaparthy(M). H. Pin:509103 A. H. Wanaparthy(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 Triveni. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(M).No. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Vallabha Nagar. Wanaparthy(M). Basavanna Gadda. Kalvarala(P).No.No. H.No. H. Wanaparthy.42-236/1.No. Pin:509103 A. Pin:509103 Jameer Ahmed Khan. Opp. Pin:509103 G..R. Wanaparthy. Pin:509131 Y. Panagal(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. 3rd Floor.Bhargavi. Progressive Towers.Complex. Nandi Hills. H.Vinod Kumar. Pin:509103 K.34-96/2. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M). H. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy. Pin:509103 K. Hyderabad-4 Alivelu. RTC Colony. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 K. Pin:509103 E. Teachers Colony. Wanaparthy(M).Bhagya Lakshmi.No. H. Sanjeev Narsing Home. Mahaboobnagar Dist.16-37.Santha Kumari. Wanaparthy(M). Khairatabad. Wanaparthy. H. Pin:509103 K. Wanaparthy(M).No.No. Pin-503003 M. Khaleel Vadi(P).Ram Mohan Rao.Venkatesh. NTR Colony. New Town Colony. Mahaboobnagar Dist.Gopala Krishna.Prasad. H.No. Wanaparthy(M). Kalvarala(V). Srinivasa Colony.16-121/2. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Bandaru nagar.42-219/1. Wanaparthy. H. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist.45-106. Pin:509103 Objection Related to NPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 191 .Bala Krishna. Sai nagar Colony.Subba Rao. Wanaparthy. Pin:509103 N.Prakash.Srinivasulu.P. Wanaparthy.R. Wanaparthy(M).36-82. 5-7-43.41-231.Venkateswaralu. Mahaboobnagar Dist. H.R.Sl. Bandaru Nagar. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy.R. H.

Tripuraram(M).Raman Goud. China Tandra Padu(V). Nalgonda Dist. Hitech Colony. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 N. Vemulapalli(M). KDR Nagar(P). Saketa Junior College. Salkanur(P). Rai Gadapa(P). Wanaparthy(M). Gopal Pet(M). KDR Nagar(V).44-68. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Miryalaguda(M).34-97/1.Ramu.Narender Reddy.Sl. Bandaru Nagar.Ravindra Naik. C/o Sneha Chiken Centre. Bandaru Nagar.No. Miryalaguda(P). B. Miryalaguda(M).No. Pebberu(M).Jani. Miryalaguda(M). Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(P). Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(M). H.V. Gopal Per(P).Saidulu. 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 Name and Address of the Objector C.Suresh.Mahaboob Nagar Dist. Pin:509103 G. H. Pin:509103 S. Miryalaguda(M). Miryalaguda(P). Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 192 . H. R. Vallabh Nagar. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Tripuraram (M).39-21. Nalgonda Dist.Soma Sundaram. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M).Srinu. Mahaboobnagar Dist.Kotaiah. Mahaboobnagar Dist. V. Mahaboobnagar Dist. K.Saidulu. Bangaru Gadda. Wanaparthy(M). APHB Colony. Nalgonda Dist. Pin:508374 R. Vemula palli(M).Chandra Sekhar. Pin:508207 A. China Tandra padu(P). Pangal(M). No. Pin:509104 Shabani.Kurmayi. Rai Gadapa(P). Salkanur(V).Srinivasulu. Nalgonda Dist. Pin:508374 M. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M). J.Ramana. R. Wanaparthy(M). H. Salkanur(P). Pin:509103 P. Srirangapur(P). Pin:509103 A.Miryalaguda(V). Ija(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Rai Gadapa(V). Pangal(V).No. Gopal Per(V).Manjula.Vigneswar estate. Pin:509103 MD.Sridhar. Gummudam(P). C/o Saisri Junior College. Nalgonda Dist.No. Wanaparthy(M). Pin:508207 B. Gopal pet(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Opp. Wanaparthy.7-1401. Pin:509103 K.Srinivasulu.Edukondalu. Wanaparthy(M). Pebberu(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Rai Gadapa(V). Pathakota Veedhi. Kesam Pur(P).Sriramulu. Salkanur(V).Murali Mohan. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy. Bandaru Nagar.H. Miryalaguda(P). Miryalaguda. Nalgonda Dist.No. Pin:509103 V. Kesam Pet(V). S. Pangal(P).42-851. Gummudam Tanda(V). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Nalgonda Dist. Wanaparthy. Srirangapur(V). C.

Garidipalli(M). Tripuraram (M). Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 K. Nalgonda Dist. V. Miryalaguda(P). Miryalaguda(M). Nalgonda Dist. H. Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(M). Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(M). Jyothi Hospital. Md. Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda.Vasavi Junior College. Tripuraram(M).Raju. Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 193 .No. Alla Gadapa(V).7-1401. Nalgonda Dist. Reddy Colony. Jyothi School of Nursing.Madhu Babu. 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 Name and Address of the Objector Dhanushradh Reddy. Nalgonda Dist. H. Pin:508207 R. Miryalaguda(P). Vemulapalli(M). Miryalaguda(M). R. Salkanur(P). Vijay Kumar. Desiram Naik.Sudersan. Nalgonda Dist. Nalgonda Dist. Nalgonda Dist.N.M.Kondala Reddy. C/O Jythi Concept School.Kamala Basan. Nalgonda Dist-508207 Shaik Baba.14-110/1. Miryalaguda(M).Venkat Reddy. Nalgonda Dist. Nalgonda Dist. Salkanur(V). Miryalaguda(M).Sl.V.Rambabu. J. Md. Pin:508207 Dr. Miryalaguda (M).Inayat Khan. Nalgonda Dist. Bangarugadda.P. Nalgonda Dist. Pin:508207 N. Nilayigudem(P). Rai Gadapa(V). Rai Gadapa(P). K.K. Reddy Colony.Kiran Kuamr. Pin:508207 R. H.No. Miryalaguda. Rai Gadapa(P).Miryalaguda. Miryalaguda(P). Rai Gadapa(V). C/o. M. Miryalaguda(P).Pandu Ranga Rao. Prakash Nagar. Netapuram(P). No. Miryalaguda(P).Pratap.19-119. Nilayigudem(V). Tripuraram (M).21-187.Iqbal. Lingala(P). Nalgonda Dist. Amangal(V). Miryalaguda(P). Pin:508207 R.Miryalaguda. Salkanur(P). Amangal(P). Nalgonda Dist. Y.Faqruddin. D.No. H. Dhupahad(V). Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(M). N.Anjaiah. Sitarama Puram. Salkanur(V). Vemulapalli(M). Damercherla(M). MPTC. SK. Miryalaguda(M). Miryalaguda(P). C/o Jyothi Hospital.Rama Rao. G. Alla Gadapa(P). Miryalaguda.Ravi. Nalgonda Dist.. Miryalaguda(M).Quarters.Maderbegum. Nalgonda Dist. C/o Saisri Junior College. Netapuram(V). Alsayipalem(V).No. H. Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(P). Eslam Puram.Ravi Kumar.5-109.No. Alsayipalem(P). Vemulapalli(M). S. C/o Jyothi Hospital.. Netapuram(M).

Hyderabad . Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 K. Yadgara Palle (P). 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 Name and Address of the Objector R.Office.Manohar.Yadaiah. Rai Gadapa(V).Ananda Kumar. Erravulapadu(V).Priya Kumar.Reddy Colony.03 Subba Rangaiah. Nalgonda Dist. Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 Dr. Miryalaguda(M). Nalgonda Dist. 6-2-40.N. Miryalaguda(P). Hyderabad I. Miryalaguda(M). Nalgonda Dist. C/o Jyothi Hospital. Tungapadu(P). Tungapadu(V).333..Mattaiah. H.Sankar.314. Hyderabad P. Prakash Nagar. Kukatpally. D. Nidamanur(M).28-3-304. Plot No. Miryalaguda(P).Brahama Reddy. Miryalaguda(V). Anand Villa. Rai Gadapa(P). Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 M. Salkanur(V). Anantapur(M). Jyothi Pharmacy.No. Advocate.Veranna. Nalgonda Dist. Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 A.N. Anantapur Dist.Miryalaguda(V). M. R. Nalgonda Dist. Miryalaguda(M). Hyderabad Ch. HMT Hills. Dollar Chambers. Ist Floor. Flat NO. F-9.Pin:508207 K. Vemulapalle(M). M.JNTU. B.5-575/A.No.Venkateswarlu.45/A. H. Hyderabad P.Janaki Ram. P.Miryalaguda(M). Netapuram(P). HNo.No. Dr. K. Veda I.17-1-391/S/407. Govt.Miryalaguda(M).72 M. Plot No. Nalgonda Dist. Prem Nagar. Venkataramana Colony.No. Miryalaguda(V). No. Tripuraram (M).T. Anand Nagar.Sl. Miryalaguda(M). Salkanur(P).Ramdass.Eswaraiah. Saraswathi Nagar. Miryalaguda(P). Pin:515001 Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 194 .No. Saketha Junior College. Miryalaguda(P). Vemulapalli(V).P. Hyderabad . Miryalaguda(V). Sarada Nagar.N. Banjara Hills. Hyderabad .Junior College.Miryalaguda(P). Vemulapalli(P).V. Lakshmi Puram.Miryalaguda(M).I.04 M.Ramesh.Vijayalakshmi. Nalgonda Dist Pin:508207 Ch. R. C/o. Hyderabad 500004 Shaik Kasim Saheb. Kasya Complex. M.Venkateswarlu.V.Ramachandra Raju. Praja Vaidyasala.G. Anantapur(P).Abraham. Advocate.Reddy. 6-3-609/107. Samatha Vidyalaya. Opp.Srinivasulu.Ramesh Kuamr. Vemulapalle(M).42. Miryalaguda(V). H. Saidabad. III main.Road. Kurnool K.V.22. Nalgonda Dist. Saidabad. Khairtabad. Dupadu.135. Miryalaguda. Dr. AC Guards. Netapuram(V).

.S.Rangapuram(P). K. Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist.Sambhu Prasad. Gospadu(M). Ganga Nagar. Kurnool Dist.4/334.Md.3-67. Chigurumanupet(V). K. Near ABM Church. Shamirpet(V).Rangapuram(P). Bethemcherla(M). R. Anantaput Dist.Maddeleti Reddy.Nagamani. Kurnool Dist. Praja Clinic.307.Sudersan Reddy. Pin: 500078 C.Sekhar. Siddartha Nilayam.Gandhi Nager. S.26/60. Bethamcherla(M). R.Mallikarjun.Gopal. Vidya Nagar(V).No. Ranga Reddy Dist. H. MIG-18.No. NISA(P). opp.1-350.Mallikarjun. Sanghi Peta. Kurnool Dist. Brahamana palli(P). Sivasai Residency.A/551. Done. H. Nandyal(P). Done(P). Anantapur Dist. V. Kurnool Dist.Rangapuram(V). G. Kothapet(P).J.V. Ranga Reddy Dist .V.Jayaseela. Kurnool Dist.Yagantayya. Miyapur. Medam Veedhi. S. Pogula Ageen Nagar. Puttaparthi(M). Laxmipuram(V). Siddartha labs. G.Miya.S. Praja Vidyasdala. Kurnool(M). Nandyal(M). Sanghi peta. K.Sl. Pin:518218 S.Type-89. Anantapur. R. Kurnool Dist A. Kothapet(V).Murali Mohan. Kurnool Dist. Pin:501401 B. B. D.. Brahamana Palli(V).49/50. Kurnool Dist.Venkata Subbaiah. Medchel. Kurnool Dist J. Dubaguntla(V). Palkunur(P). Flat No. Banganpalle(M). Cement nagar(P). Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist.S. H. J. Rudravaram(V).Rangapuram(V). H. Done(M).No. M. Kurnool G. Kurnool Dist. Done(M). One Town.Akulappa. Rudaravaram(P). Vidya nagar(P). Kurnool Dr. Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 195 . T. Dubaguntla(P).C.Manhoar.No.1-81. B. Doopadu(P).S.50 D.Pulla Reddy. Ranga Reddy Dist.Subba rao. Done(P). Surya Visions. Palkunur(V). 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 Name and Address of the Objector B.Prem Latha.Suresh. 1-4-134.V.o. Bethamcherla(M). No. Kodumuru(M).Hanumantha Rao. Bethemcherla(M).Dasthagiri. Sriram Nagar. H. Rudravaram(M).. F. R.No.Radhakrishna Murthy. Prakash Nagar. Kodumur(P).

Rudravaram(P).Rangapuram(V). Done(P). Gani(V). Ullandakonda(P). Ullandakonda(V). Dr. Gonegandla(V). Kothakota(V). Kurnool Dist. Ullandakonda(V). S.Mahaboob Pasha. Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist. MPUP School(B. Doopadu(P). Ullandakonda(P). Lakshmi Nagar.No. Done(P). Pattikonda(M). Pattikonda(P).C. Kurnool Dist. Panyam(V). Gani(P).Maddaiah. V.S. Lingapuram(V). Ullandakonda(P). Done(P). Manohar enterprises.I.College.B. Kurnool Dist. H. Kurnool Dist. C. Ullandakonda(P). Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist. Panyam(P). Govt. H. Ullandakonda(V). Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist.6/23. Kurnool Dist. Gonegandla(M).Khervadi(V).Dilip Kumar.Ahmed Rasool. G. Kalluru(M).No. Dasgiri. T. Kurnool Dist.MLO. K. Tugli(P). R. K. Kothakota(P). Done(M). Kalluru(M). 5/21. Gonegandla(P). Done(M).Manikyam. G. Gonegandla(P). Kalluru(M).Manohar. Lakshmipuram(V). Gonegandla(M).I. D. Rudravaram(V). R. M. Mandal Parishad.Khervadi(P). Ullandakonda(V). P.Prasad. Nandyal(M). Done(M). Kurnool dist.Praveen Kumar. Tugli(V).Laxmi Reddy. Lingapuram(P). H.T. P.49/50/87-B1.).Usman Basha. Kurnool Dist.Ramudu. Kurnool Dist. Near Post office. M. MPPS B. A. Kalluru(M). B.Surappa. Ullandakonda(P).Prasad. Gadivemula(M). Kalluru(M).P. Done(M).S.Gonegandla(M).Narayana.Usman.S. Kurnol Dist. S. Panyam(M). Tugli(M). A. Bethemcherla(M). Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 196 .Sl.Thimmappa. Kurnool. Damoder reddy. H. Kurnool Dist. No. Bethamcherla(P).Colony.Elementary School. 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 Name and Address of the Objector A. Yaparlapadeu(V). M.Harikrishna. Rudravaram(M). S.Road. Kurnool Dist. Bethamcherla. Kurnool Dist.Sadananda Reddy. Kalluru(M).Sankar.Mallika. Done(V). Kurnool Dist. Kurnool Dist.

Kotha Kota(V). Tripuraram(M). Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 197 . Kurnool Dist. Done(M). No. Ullandakonda(V). Wanaparthy(M). Damaercherla(M). Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(M).Sl. Pin:509103 Sudha. Wanaparthy(M). S. Papili(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Kovelguntla(P). H. MPUP School. MP Elementary School.No. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Alsayipalem(V).No. T.Sarvothama Reddy.M.Rammohan.Sunanda. Pin:509103 P. H. Alsayipalem(P). H. Kalluru(M).Balu Naik. Damaercherla(M). Wanaparthy(M). A. Pin:509103 K.Madan Gopal.Siva Reddy.Viond. Yaparkapadu(V). Mahaboobnagar Dist. K. Gospadu(V).Khallel.Rangapuram(V). Wanaparthy(P). Bonayipalem(P). Nalgonda Dist. R. New Town Colony.No. Bonayipalem(V).No.Vanitha. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Vallabh Nagar. Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy(P).No. K. Kothakota(P). Kurnool Dist. 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 Name and Address of the Objector T.Bhasker. B. K. Wanaparthy(M). Gopalpet(M). Bandaru Nagar. Wanaparthy(M).Kovelaguntla(M).Ravi Kumar. K. Nakkalavagu palli(V).39-63. Mahaboobnagar Dist.Police Colony. Kurnool Dist.77/187-B6. N. Kurnool Dist. S. Kalluru Mandal. Kurnool Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Done(M). Teacher. Wanaparthy. Pin:509103 V.33-92/1. Photo Studio.37-30. Afzal.Santhi. Kondapal(P).New Town Colony.Pulla Reddy. Kurnool Dist.P. Mahaboobnagar Dist.S.Parvathi. Wanaparthy(P).Rangapuram(P).33-60/1. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(P). H. Ramu. H.Lalbasha. Wanaparthy(P).Rajasekhar.37-30. Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy. Kurnool Dist. N. Ch. Tadiparthi(P).No. Pin:509103 Abdul Khali. Kovelguntla(V). Nalgonda Dist. Tadiparthi(V). Gospadu(P). Pin:509103 Y. Mahaboobnagar Dist.. Wanaparthy(M). Nalgonda Dist. Kalluru(M). Wanaparthy(P). Bandaru Nagar. Wanaparthy(P). Kunrool Dist. Wanaparthy(P). Maheswar Reddy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. H. Bandaru Nagar. B. Ullandakonda(P). Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(M). Kothakota(P). Kondapal(V).Sivalingam. Gospadu(M).P. Wanaparthy(M). Pin:509103 G. Kalluru Estate. Vallabh Nagar. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Ullandakonda(P).

Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Savayigudem(V).Madhusudhan.No. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(M). Sugur(V). Wanaparthy. Sugur(P). Wanaparthy(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Nalgonda Dist. Amangal(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Vengalarao nagar Colony. V. Madanapuram(V). Mahaboobnagar Dist.Sl. Wanaparthy(P). Bandaru Nagar. Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy(P). H. Pin: 509103 C. Pin: 509103 Vijay Kumar. Pin: 509103 Narasimha. Miryalaguda(P). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Brahmamgari Veedhi. Wanaparthy(M). Savayigudem(P).Upender.Arumallesh.Wanaparthy(M).Wanaparhty. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(P). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin: 509103 Ramangoud. Wanaparthy(P).R. Mahaboobnagar Dist P. Amangal(P).Ravisagar. Venkatesh. H.Thimma Reddy.Abraham.Srinivasulu. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin: 509103 C. Bandaru Nagar. Pin: 509103 Dr.L. Amarachinta(P). Amara Chinta(V). Miryalaguda(M). C.H.No. Wanaparthy(P). Sreekar. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Hanuman Tekedi. 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 Name and Address of the Objector G. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy(P). Nalgonda Dist.10-33-108. Mahaboobnagar Dist. R. Wanaparthy(M).Janardhan. Ramaswamy. Atmakur(M). Cycyletaxi. Wanaparthy. Wanaparthy. Gopala Denne(P). Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(M).Venkat Reddy. Veligonda(P). Wanaparthy(P).Santhi Priya. Wanaparthy(P).Muralidhar. No. Pin: 509103 Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 198 . Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist B. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:509103 V. Wanaparthy(P). Reddy Colony. Kothakota(M). Wanaparthy(M). Veligonda(V). Wanaparthy(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin: 509103 K. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy.Ravi Kumar.14-29/1. Pin: 509103 K. Wanaparthy(P). Veligonda(P). K. Veligonda(V).42-122/2.No. Veepanagandla(M). Pin:509104 Sekhar. Pin: 509103 Anjaneyulu. Madanapuram(P). Maistry. Amnagal(V). Pebberu(M).Vekataswamygoud. Veepanagandla(M). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Panagal(M).Ashok. Pin:509103 M. Gopala Denne(V).

S/o Gunda Narayana.56-1113/1. Vijayawada – 520010 CE/Commercial.No. Kesav Nagar.Madhavi Latha. Cobadpet. Mahabubnagar Dist Ch.1-3-12. Bandaru Nagar.). Pebberu(M). Wanaparthy(M).Kothakota(P). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Jana Vignana Vedika(A.6-69. P. S/o Dussa Pedda Rajappa. Pin:517112 Gunda Narayana Swamy. Mahaboobnagar Dist.Venkateswara rao. Wanaparthy(M). Consumers Guidence Society. 1st floor. Yaparlla(V). Mahaboobnagar Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Pin:517129 P. Pin: 509103 K. Mahaboobnagar Dist.Street. Wanaparthy(P). Mahaboobnagar Dist.Verayya. S/o Kondanna. Venkatesh. Tavanampalli(M).Vikram Reddy. Wanaparthy(P). Dhamavaram.P. Pin: 509103 V. D.42-242.No. Wanaparthy(P). Sai Nagar Colony. Wanaparthy(M). Pin: 509103 B. Musheerabad. Banjara Hills. Wanaparthy(M). Wanaparthy(P). H. Peddamanthadi(M). Kollapur(P). Pin: 515671 Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL 199 . Guntur S. Pin: 509103 Venkatesh.Pin:515671 Dussa Krishna.Vinod Kumar.Hyderabad-500034 Sarampalli Malla Reddy. Wanaparthy .No. Sarpanch.2.L. Praja Vaidyasala.46-9/2.No. Wanaparthy(M). APGenco. Venkatanna.No.Kavitha. Hyderabad-20.42-238/2.1-1-60/2. Ananthapur Dist. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Wanaparthy(M). Hyderabad .Venkataram Reddy. RTC Colony. Kollapur(V). Wanaparthy. Pin:515672 Madana Ramanjaneyulu. No. Pin: 509103 P. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Srinivasulu.).Diwakar Babu. Pebberu(Mandal). Mahaboobnagar Dist.Raja Reddy.. D. Nagarala(Post).R. Nagavaram(P). 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 Name and Address of the Objector Chandrasekhar. Vidyut Soudha. H.V. Jagath Palle (V). Wanaparthy. Chittoor Dist. H. Aragonda(village &Post).509103. Pin: 509103 A. Kollapur(M). patamata. 5th line. "Aparna Crest".500 082 A. H. Wanaparthy. S/o Muni Reddy. Nagarala(Village). Dr. Wanaparthy. RTC X Roads.30-637. Jagath Palle (P).Muralidhar. Dharmavaram. Wanaparthy. S/o A.Sl. Y. Gandhi Nagar. Kothapet. Road No.No. Opp. D.No.Donka Road. KDR Nagar.D. Wanaparthy(P). Pakala(S. Sri Devi Complex. Ananthapur Dist. State President. Nagavaram(V).O. GMR International Airport Ltd.Teacher. Wanaparthy. Mahaboobnagar Dist. Chittoor Dist.Vivekananda Reddy. K. Karina Palle.No. H..No. Wanaparthy(P). Wanaparthy(M). Yaparlla(P).8-155. Ananthapur Dist. Dharmavaram. D.No. Secretary.Nageswara Rao.5-60-78/1. Mahaboobnagar Dist. 2nd Floor.

Pin:517129 W.506009 B. Warangal . Tavanampalle(M). 1-1-9/10. Diguvamagam.Sankar Reddy.Muneppa naidu. Diguvamagam (Village & Post).Krishna. Hanmakonda. Burra Ramulu. Jamistanpur.Venkat Reddy. Co-ordinator.Bhasker Reddy. State Secretary. R. Varadayyaih Naidu. Pin: 517112 Y. S/o W. Talari Nagesh. Kattamguru(M). Pattipadu(S. Jalavayu Vihar. T. 221.O. Kurnool Dist. Arigeri(P)..500088 RAOG Prabhakar. Karinapalli. Nalgonda dist Pin:508205. Raithu Sangham.. Pamanagandla(V). Musheerabad. Pin:517129 K. Veerlagudipalli(V). 54-11-59/2. Kurnool Dist Objection Related to SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL SPDCL EPDCL EPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL NPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL 200 . Peddakadabaru(P).Kuppa Naidu. Near Siva Parvathi Theatre.Dist . Chittoor Dist. Pin:517129 Anubham Venkateswarlu.Rajender Reddy. President. Tavanampalli(M). No. APHB-Pocharam. Lakshmi Nagar Colony. S/o Kakarla Ramayya Naidu.Venkata Swamy. D. S/o Narasappa. Pakala(P).. Secretary. Karimnagar Dist Katkam Yadagiri. Raithu Sangham. Pin:533432 V. P. Pakala(S. S/o Radhakrishna Murthy. Chittoor Dist.Raja Naidu. Jawahar Nagar. 7-1. Epurupaelm (P).K. A.173. Sanskruti Township. Diguvamagam(P). Hanmakonda. Human Rights Forum. Sainagar.Kotha Kota. Diguvamagam(V). Chinnapet(V).U. Jammikunta.R. Chittoor – 517001 K.20 Rice Millers Association. Rashtriya Raithu Seva Samathi. C/o 1-7-507/15.). Siripuram(P). Hyderabad . Ghatkesar Mandal. University Colony. Advocate. S/o T.500020 Paramesh.Siddiah Naidu..Ramakrishna. Chittoor Dist. S/o. Visakhapatnam 530 022 R. Gazetted Officer's Colony. President.No. Prakasam Dist. Bhavana Rushipet. Thavanam Palle (M). Hyderabad .Campus First Gate. East Godavari Dist.Muniratnam Naidu.C. Kukatpally.O).). P.Sanjeeva Reddy.S. Warangal Dist. Chittoor Dist. Peddakadabaru(M). Hari Nagar. Kurnool dist Chandrasekhar Reddy. Thavanam Palle Mandala Raithu Samaakhya. H No: 5-11-668. Emmigannur(M). 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 Name and Address of the Objector A.Kothakota(P). Emmigannur(P). Chittoor Dist. Via Pakala. President.Srinivasulu. S/o K. C/o A. RTC X Roads. Arigeri(V). Hyderabad .Bontha Reddy.72 V. Pin:517112 Yellapu Suryanarayana.. Pin:517112 Kakarla Vanadrinaidu.Sl.Ramanaidu. Adoni(M). Advocate. Bhartiya Kisan Sangh. Santhram Kudluru(V).O.24-9. Pakala(S. Opp. Kethalam(M). Chittoor Dist. Chirala(M). Kurnool Dist. Surinenivari Palle (V). Pin:523166 K.1st Executive Committee.

Hyderabad . All India Induction Furnance Association. 1st Floor. S/o Hanumanthappa. S/o Late Pedda Ranganna. Kuppagallu(P).No.Kishan Reddy.K. Somajiguda. SBI Officers Colony. Praja Chaitnya Vedika. Singapur Township. Hyderabad .No.130.Venugopal Rao S/o M.Colony. Vivekananda nagar. Vijayapuri Colony. Adoni(M). Hyderabad . Patthikonda(P&M). Venkat Rayudu.Mallaiah. Mankhal (P).Prabhakar. MS-II.29 Kommidi Narsimha Reddy. RTC X Roads. H.500 003 Bonthala Chandra reddy. Ameerpet.K.D. Meher Complex. A.1-1-60/2. Jawahar Nagar.V.7-1-408 to 413. Kurnool Dist.Telugu daily. Convenor. H.Sl. 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 Name and Address of the Objector V.G.B.36 Objection Related to CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL CPDCL ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs 201 .141. Balkampet Road. Sai Darsan Residency.Ayyappa. Tukkuguda (V). Pocharam – 500088. Hyderguda. South Central Region. Near Skyline Theatre. Ex-MLA. South Lallaguda. H.500 017 G.No. S.Sanjeevaiah. Street No. RR Dist Rachamalla Punnamacharyulu.Venkatesulu. A. M. Kurnool Dist. Secunderabad . 21/2/15/10B.Agarwal. H. Holagunda(M). K. Doddanagari(V&P). Aluru(M &P). Raj Bhawan Road. S. V. R. Prajasakti. Akhila Bharatheeya Viswakarma Parishat.Srinivasulu. Lingadahalh(V&P). Hyderabad . No.500 020 B.Q. Kurnool Dist B. Adoni(M). S/o Eranna. E.Subhasini.560020 M. RTC X Roads.9.Venkateswarlu. T. Advocate.No. 16-11-405/10.12-5-149/4/4. U. Kurnool Dist. Pin:501359 M. Sri sai Apartments. Musheerabad.Amereswar. Kurnool Dist. Adoni(M). Moosarambagh.Raghu. Musheerabad. Kurnool dist.N.Pension office. Adoni .P.518301. Alur(T. Special Correspondent.1-1-60/2.Suryanarayana.6-3-1104. 16-11-405/10. C/o Aluru Akula Tamappa.500 082 S. Flat No.203.No. Hyderabad -20. MLA. Pandavagallu(V).). Hyd-16 B.500036 B.Venkatewarlu. CPI (M). Secunderabad . D. Hyderabad .s/o Roganna. Hyderabad-500029 K. H. Indian Nurserymen Association Andhra Pradesh Chapter. CPM Secretary. CPM Party Office. AB2#205.5-5-103 to 105/6.R. Old MLA Qrts. State Secretary.T. No. Arekallu(V&P). Opp. President. Thilak Bhavan.Raghavulu. Moosarambagh. Bhasheer Bagh.Bhavan. No: 205. Flat. SBI Officers Colony.No.Raithu Sangham. Rani Gunj.Eranna. Dist Secretary.No. Ranga Reddy Dist.3-6-27/2. Hyderabad . Maheswaram (M). S/o Late Mukaiah. Kurnool Dist. Kowtalam(M) K. Anantha Reddy.

Tukaramgate. H. N.44 M.17 J. Khairatabad.No.No. 6-3-609/24/1. Suryapet 508213 Gade Diwakar. Sri Krishna Nagar Colony. Secunderabad . Kuda Kuda (Village & Post). Hyderabad .No. 3-4-142/6.Chiranjeevi.V. F-506. All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha(AP). 7th Lane. Chittoor district Committee.S. North Lalaguda. H. M. Barkatpura. Yasoda nagar. Vidya Nagar.658.B. H.500 027 P. Road No.Raju. 16-93.10-5-458/1. Nalgonda Dist.Bhavan. Vivek Nagar.5-52/9.Pandu.10-5-458/1.No.503001 M.3. North Lalaguda. Chikkadpally.Kalavathi.517507 Objection Related to ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs ALL DISCOMs 202 . Hyderabad . H.Dharmarjuna Reddy.20 K. Siddam Setty Towers.Thimma Reddy. 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 Name and Address of the Objector D.17 M.Gangadhar. Jawahar Nagar. Hyderabad .Sreelatha. Hyderabad -4 M. c/o Centre for environment concerns. Maisamma Veedhi. People's Monitoring group on Electricity Regulation. 1-1-336/95.500 020 Kandarapu Murali. Flat No. Hyderabad . Shanmayi Residency.Sl.Venkateswarlu. Nutan Nahar.Kavitha.102. Kotagally.508220.No. Tukaramgate.P. Tirupathi . Communist Party Of India(Marxist).1-6-141/8/1/1/1. Block-C.60 P. RTC Colony. Hyderabad . Vidya Nagar Colony.3-5-430. Ananda nagar colony. H. Secunderabad . Secretary. Nizamabad . Marx Bhavan. No. Suryapet .

(2 of 2005) and any other person(s). The levy of wheeling tariff is subject to the terms and conditions approved by the Commission from time to time. reduced by the distribution losses. the consumer or the supplier as the case may be. If the wheeling of electricity is through the distribution system of more than one distribution licensee. captive power plants and consumers who are permitted open access as per terms and conditions of Open Access Regulation. Terms and Conditions The Distribution licensee shall deliver the quantum of energy and capacity given to it for wheeling. The wheeling charges and losses in kind shall be up to the respective voltage level at which the wheeled electricity’s delivered or injected whichever voltage is lower. has to pay the applicable transmission charges and transmission losses in kind also. The entry and exit points are connected to the networks of more than one DISCOM. If the wheeling involves transmission of electricity through transmission system of a Transmission Licensee. the wheeling charges shall be payable to the distribution licensee of the area where the electricity is delivered. 203 . Transmission system is considered to be involved in the wheeling of electricity in the following cases: Entry/Exit point is connected to the EHT system.ANNEXURE-C WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE 2009-10 to 2013-14 PART-A APPLICABLE TO ALL LICENSEES Applicability Applicable for use of distribution system for wheeling of electricity of a licensee by other licensees. Wheeling charges / losses are payable for the contracted demand of the open-access user at the entry point of the consumer. generating companies.

42% 7./kVA/Month) B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.00% 11.00% LT 16.76 2013-14 33.60% Supply Point 11 kV 8.17 2012-13 32.90% 5.34% 13.50% 33 kV 4.25% 9.76% LT 13.50% 10.00% 12.16% 12.87% 5.80% 12.42% Supply Point 11 kV 8./kVA/Month) 11 kV (Rs.00% 8.60% 8.00% Supply Point 11 kV 8.99% 8.55 634.76% 5.87% 16.50% 8.39 206.38 192.80% 4.96% 7.56 669.23% Supply Point 11 kV 7.07% 8.60% 15.90% LT 12.07% 13.84% 10.PART-B CPDCL: WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE FOR FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES Voltage/Year 33 kV (Rs.75% LT 15.12 185.04% 8.36% 33 kV 4.57 2011-12 32.02% 8.23 204 .75% 11.23% 6./kVA/Month) LOW TENSION (Rs.16% Supply Point 11 kV 8.00% 2009-10 27.79 649.00% 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.66 207.47 658.43 204.10% LT 13.71 2010-11 30.94 671.36% 9.84% 33 kV 4.60% 4.07% 4.34% 4.

81 182.47% 4.67% 4.21% LT 12.33% 33 kV 3.47% 7.96 2011-12 20.12 656.30% Supply Point 11 kV 7.79% 4.40% 5.27% 9.31% 9.10% 33 kV 3.89 641./kVA/Month) B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.18% LT 12.18% 5.02% 5./kVA/Month) 11 kV (Rs.01% LT 12.22% 9.32 2013-14 21.48% 33 kV 3.89 205 .32% 9.31% 2009-10 19.73% 4.13% LT 12.47% 12.81 606.02% LT 12.PART-C EPDCL: WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE FOR FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES Voltage/Year 33 kV (Rs.10 2012-13 21.62% 7.72% Supply Point 11 kV 7.56 188.63% Supply Point 11 kV 7.40% Supply Point 11 kV 7.39% 7.51% 7.59% 4.59% 12.21 581.40 177.45% 5.48% 9.10% 9.30% 5.49 625.85 198.33% 9.33% 9./kVA/Month) LOW TENSION (Rs.41 2010-11 19.07 192.72% 9.67% 12.45% Supply Point 11 kV 7.63% 9.73% 12.56% 7.35% 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.79% 12.

28% 5.00% 11.63% Supply Point 11 kV 9.7 143.72 2012-13 12.63% 11.23 2010-11 12.91% 10.00% 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 4.08% 4.00% 8.28% 15.50% 9.23% Supply Point 11 kV 8.85% 4.56 124.61% 6.51 2013-14 12.92 206 .50% 9.26 353.19 2011-12 12.99% LT 13.32% 13.14% 9.23% 5.91% 33 kV 4.35% 9.45 140.14 338.51% 4.69 345.41% Supply Point 11 kV 8.29 133.75% LT 14.60% 10.65% Supply Point 11 kV 8.59% 9.32% 4.10% 8.61% Supply Point 11 kV 8./kVA/Month) LOW TENSION (Rs.25% 8.51% 13.08% 13.90% 8./kVA/Month) 11 kV (Rs.85% 14.73 357.PART-D NPDCL: WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE FOR FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES Voltage/Year 33 kV (Rs.99% 5./kVA/Month) B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.14% 33 kV 4.61% 5.61% LT 13.73 141.10% 2009-10 11.80% 10.65% 7.41% 10.59% 33 kV 4.50% LT 13.90% LT 15.08 324.

28% LT 12.00% 8.60% 9.27 2012-13 29.84% 4.60% 2009-10 25.94% Supply Point 11 kV 7.55% Supply Point 11 kV 7.56% 5.21 183.65% 4.66 207 .28% 5.40% 9.10% LT 12.65% 4.49 184.51% 4.13% LT 12.22 384./kVA/Month) LOW TENSION (Rs.32% Supply Point 11 kV 8.03 380.55% 6.76 364.61 169.45% 33 kV 3.30% 9.56% Supply Point 11 kV 7.48 375.13% Supply Point 11 kV 8.00% 2010-11 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2012-13 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.51% 12./kVA/Month) 11 kV (Rs.65% 14.18% 13.22% 9.94% 5.84% 10.25% 9.40% 7.53 363.75% 8.40% LT 14.81 2011-12 28.PART-E SPDCL: WHEELING TARIFF SCHEDULE FOR FY2009-10 TO 2013-14 A: CHARGES/RATES Voltage/Year 33 kV (Rs.6 191.88 2013-14 27.82% 9.13% 5.20% LT 13.18% 4.32% 9.50% 7./kVA/Month) B: WHEELING LOSSES 2009-10 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2011-12 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 2013-14 Drawn At 33 kV 11 kV LT 33 kV 3.98 2010-11 28.45% 9.22% 33 kV 3.84% 12.65% 12.82% 33 kV 4.38 180.13% 10.60% 7.

T. Industrial Consumers.ANNEXURE–D SCHEDULE OF RETAIL TARIFF RATES AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN RESPECT OF THE FOUR DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES FOR FY2009-10 PART 'A' . of AP also fall under this category. H. Hospitals. Hostels. Business Houses. Industrial purpose shall mean manufacturing. Offices. Clubs. FSA will be extra as applicable 208 . Restaurants. Energy charges will be billed on the basis of actual energy consumption or 50 units per kVA of billing demand whichever is higher. processing or preserving goods for sale.H. A) INDUSTRY – GENERAL DEMAND CHARGES & ENERGY CHARGES Voltage of Supply 132kV and above 33Kv 11kV Demand Charges Rs/kVA/month of Billing Demand 250 230 195 Energy Charges Paise/unit 270 295 320 IMPORTANT The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 80% of the contracted demand whichever is higher. Hotels. The Information Technology units identified and approved by the Consultative Committee on IT industry (CCITI) constituted by Govt. CATEGORY – I This tariff is applicable for supply to all H.T. Theatres. TARIFFS These tariffs are applicable for supply of Electricity to H.T. Cinemas. Choultries. Public Buildings. The Water Works of Municipalities and Corporations and any other Government organizations and pumping of water by industries as subsidiary function and sewerage pumping stations operated by local bodies come under this category.P/56 kW excepting the LT III (B) industrial category. Consumers having loads with a contracted demand of 70 kVA and above and/or having a connected load exceeding 75 H.T. but shall not include shops. processing and/or preserving goods for sale. Railway Stations and other similar premises not withstanding any manufacturing.

4) Colony Consumption a) The consumption of energy exclusively for the residential colony/ township in a month. 2) Consumption of energy for lights and fans in factory The consumption of energy for lights and fans in the factory premises in excess of 10% of total consumption shall be billed at 440 paise per unit provided lights and fans consumption in the Unit is separately metered. b) In case segregation of colony consumption has not been done. Not eligible for HT–I(A) Load Factor incentive.B) FERRO ALLOY UNITS DEMAND CHARGES & ENERGY CHARGES Demand Charges Energy Charges Rs/kVA/month of Billing Paise/unit Demand Nil 240 Ferro Alloys Conditions i. Guaranteed energy off-take at 6701 units per kVA per annum(at 85% annual Load Factor) on Average Contracted Maximum Demand or Average Actual Demand whichever is higher. This scheme will be effective till 31 March 2010. 3) Case of non-segregation of fans and lights In case segregation of light and fan loads has not been done. FSA will be extra as applicable Notes: 1) Incentive a) The following incentives are applicable for HT-category-I (A) consumers: Load Factor (LF) Discount applicable on the energy rates More than 50% up to 70% 25% on the energy above 50% LF More than 70% 25% on the energy above 40% LF b) The incentive scheme is applicable for the consumption with the above mentioned load factors. separately metered with meters installed by the consumer and tested and sealed by the Licensee shall be billed at 400 paise per unit. c) Wherever possible colonies of Industry shall be given a separate HT service under HT Category-VI: Towships and Residential Colonies. iii. ii. The energy falling short of 6701 units per kVA per annum will be billed as deemed consumption. 15% of the total energy consumption shall be billed at 400 paise per unit and the balance units shall be charged at the corresponding energy tariff under HT category -I(A). 15% of the total energy consumption shall be billed at 440 paise per unit and the balance units shall be charged at the corresponding energy tariff under HT category -I(A). c) The procedure for computing the load factor incentive shall be as per the methodology to be communicated separately by the Commission. The consumer shall draw his entire power requirement from DISCOMs only. 209 .

classified as seasonal load consumers. who are desirous of availing the seasonal benefits shall specifically declare their season at the time of entering into agreement that their loads should be classified as seasonal loads. fruit processing. The off-season tariff is also not available for such of those units who have captive generation exclusively for process during season and who avail supply from Licensee for miscellaneous loads and other non-process loads. v. shall not be entitled to this concession during that year. Development charges @ Rs. vi. Existing eligible consumers who have not opted earlier for seasonal tariffs will also be permitted to opt for seasonal tariff on the basis of application to the concerned Superintending Engineer of the Licensee. 210 . shall be paid by the consumer in advance for availing supply under the above said category with seasonal benefits. The off-season tariff is not available to composite units having seasonal and other categories of loads. iii. DEMAND CHARGES & ENERGY CHARGES Demand ChargesRs/kVA Voltage of Supply /month of Billing Demand# 132kV and above 33Kv 11kV 250 230 195 Energy Charges Paise/unit 360 380 430 # Based on the Recorded Maximum Demand or 30% of the Contracted Demand whichever is higher FSA will be extra as applicable This concession is subject to the following conditions: i. Any consumer who after declaring the period of season consumes power for his main plant during the off-season period. vii. ii. The seasonal period once declared cannot be changed.500/. ginning and pressing. Category-II rates. However. cotton seed oil mills. Consumers who have paid the development charges already as regular consumers need not pay the development charges as specified here.5) Seasonal Industries Where a consumer avails supply of energy for manufacture of sugar or ice or salt.T. tobacco processing and re-drying and for such other industries or processes as may be approved by the Commission from time to time principally during certain seasons or limited periods in the year and his main plant is regularly closed down during certain months of the year. decorticating. Consumers. iv. The period of season shall not be less than 4(four) continuous months. viii. during the Tariff year in which it is declared.per kVA. consumer can declare longer seasonal period as per actuals. he may be charged for the months during which the plant is shut down (which period shall be referred to as the off-season period) as follows under H.

T. Consumers other than those covered under other H. If the consumer does not maintain the capacitors of requisite capacity as indicated in PART-‘D’ of this Annexure.T.T. zero paise/unit 211 .T.AGRICULTURAL This tariff is applicable for consumers availing H.H. FSA will be extra as applicable Note In respect of Government controlled Auditoriums and Theatres run by public charitable institutions for purpose of propagation of art and culture which are not let out with a profit motive and in respect of other Public Charitable Institutions rendering totally free service to the general public the overall unit rate (including customer charges) may be limited to the tariff rates under L. Supply for Irrigation and Agricultural purposes and not covered under HT Category IV(A). Energy charges will be billed on the basis of actual Energy consumption or 25 units per kVA of Billing Demand. CATEGORY -IV(B). Categories: DEMAND CHARGES & ENERGY CHARGES Demand Charges Rs/kVA/ Voltage of Supply month of Billing Demand 132kV and above 33Kv 11kV IMPORTANT i..P. as also indicated in Note 4 in Part ‘D’ of this Annexure.T. 236 paise/unit 250 230 195 Energy Charges Paise/unit 360 380 430 FSA will be extra as applicable if it is for purposes other than agriculture H. whichever is higher ii. ENERGY CHARGES: For all units consumed during the month .T. LIFT IRRIGATION SCHEMES) This tariff is applicable to lift irrigation schemes managed by Government of A. whichever is higher. ENERGY CHARGES: NOTE: i. CATEGORY-II ( Non – Industrial) This tariff is applicable to all H.T.T. H. CATEGORY-III (Deleted) H. the consumer attracts the penal provisions as per the General Terms and Conditions of Supply notified by the licensees from time to time. Category-VII General purpose in specific cases as decided by the Licensee. CATEGORY-IV (A) (GOVT. The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 80% of the contracted demand.

whichever is higher. shall be within the limits specified hereunder: Water Supply & Sewerage and Street Light put together Non-domestic/Commercial & General purpose put together NO DEMAND CHARGES ENERGY CHARGES For all units consumed IMPORTANT Energy Charges will be billed on the basis of actual consumption or 25 units per kVA of Contracted Demand. The Low Power Factor surcharge condition mentioned in General conditions of HT Supply under part ‘A’ HT – Tariffs shall be applicable for Govt. iii. to demand supply of electricity directly from the distribution licensee of the area. heating etc. H. The metering is mandatory for both categories IV A&B and Energy reading shall be taken even if the supply is free. the supply in all cases being only for domestic purposes. CATEGORY-V . iv. NO DEMAND CHARGES ENERGY CHARGES For all units consumed 395 paise per unit IMPORTANT Energy charges will be billed on the basis of actual energy Consumption or 32 units per kVA of Contracted Maximum Demand whichever is higher. street lighting and water supply etc.. FSA will be extra as applicable The above provisions shall not in any way affect the right of a person residing in the housing unit sold or leased by such Cooperative Group Housing Society.. such as lighting. The Customer Charges are payable as per PART ‘C’ herein. provided that the connected load for common facilities such as non-domestic supply in residential area. fans. FSA will be extra as applicable HT CATEGORY -VI . lift irrigation schemes.ii.RAILWAY TRACTION This tariff is applicable to all H.T.TOWNSHIPS AND RESIDENTIAL COLONIES This tariff is applicable exclusively for (i) Townships and Residential colonies of Cooperative group housing societies who own the premises and avail supply at single point for making electricity available to the members of such society residing in the same premises at HT and (ii) any person who avails supply at single point at HT for making electricity available to his employees residing in contiguous premises. Railway Traction Loads.T. 10% of total connected load 10% of total connected load … 400 paise per unit 212 .

Upto 2500 kVA 11000 Volts 2501 kVA to 10.000 kVA 33000 Volts Above 10000 kVA 132000 Volts or 220000 Volts The relaxations are subject to the fulfillment of following conditions: 213 .GREEN POWER Green Power Tariff is applicable to all consumers who wish to avail of power from nonconventional sources of energy voluntarily. Upto 1500 kVA 11000 Volts 1501 kVA to 5000 kVA 33000 Volts Above 5000 kVA 132000 Volts or 220000 Volts as may be decided by Licensee (ii) HT Consumers seeking to avail supply through independent feeders from the substations where transformation to required voltage takes place shall be: For total contracted Demand with the licensees and all other sources. The composite PWS schemes shall be as defined and modified by the Commission from time to time.T. A consumer shall be entitled to Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) as may be admissible COMPOSITE PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SCHEMES This tariff is applicable to energy consumption by HT services pertaining to composite Protected Water Supply (PWS) schemes in rural areas. i. seeking to avail supply on common feeders shall be: For Total Contracted Demand with the Licensee and all other sources. VOLTAGE OF SUPPLY The voltage at which supply has to be availed by: (i) HT consumers. Energy Charges paise 670/Unit Detailed Terms and Conditions of consumption Green Power shall follow but essentially. SUPPLY The foregoing tariffs are subject to the following conditions:(1) A. The Tariff shall be an optional Tariff ii.300/HP/Year GENERAL CONDITIONS OF H. and show their support to an environmental cause. Energy Charges Minimum Charges paise 35/Unit Rs.

(3) BILLING DEMAND The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 80% of the contracted demand whichever is higher (4) MONTHLY MINIMUM CHARGES Every consumer whether he consumes energy or not shall pay monthly minimum charges calculated on the billing demand plus energy charges specified for each category in this part to cover the cost of a part of the fixed charges of the Licensee. for the consumers having contracted demand above 4000 kVA the maximum demand shall be four times the largest number of Kilo-Volt-AmpereHours (kVAh) delivered at the point of supply to the consumer during any consecutive 15 minutes in the month. ii.95.95 during any month.i. The power factor of the consumer's installation shall not be less than 0. consumers who are now getting supply at voltage different from the declared voltages and who want to continue taking supply at the same voltage will be charged as per the rates indicated below: Contracted Demand with Licensee and other sources (in kVA) Voltage at which Supply should be availed (in kV) Voltage at which consumer is availing supply (in kV) Rates % extra over the normal rates Demand Charges Energy Charges Sl. (5) SURCHARGE FOR LOW POWER FACTOR The power factor for the month shall be the ratio of Kilo-Watt hours to the KiloVolt-Ampere Hours supplied to the consumer during the month. The power factor shall be calculated upto two decimal places. If the power factor falls below 0. 2. VOLTAGE SURCHARGE H. the consumer shall pay a surcharge as detailed below: 214 . However.Ampere Hours (kVAh) delivered at the point of supply to the consumer during any consecutive 30 minutes in the month. The consumer shall pay full cost of the service line as per standards specified by APTRANSCO/DISCOM including take off arrangements at substation.No (A) For HT Consumers availing supply through common feeders 1. The consumer should have an exclusive dedicated feeder from the substation where transformation to required voltage takes place. 1501 to 5000 Above 5000 33 132 or 220 11 66 or Below 12% 12% 10% 10% (B) For HT Consumers availing supply through independent feeders 1 2 2501 to10000 kVA Above 10000 kVA 33 132 or 220 11 66 or Below 12% 12% 10% 10% Note: The FSA will be extra as applicable (2) MAXIMUM DEMAND The maximum demand of supply of electricity to a consumer during a month shall be twice the largest number of Kilo-Volt. B.T.

(6) ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR MAXIMUM DEMAND IN EXCESS OF THE CONTRACTED DEMAND If in any month the recorded maximum demand(RMD) of the consumer exceeds his contracted demand with Licensee.75 actual energy every 0. No 1 2 3 4 5 Power Factor Range Below 0. however. =(RMD-CMD) if RMD is more than CMD with Licensee.80 Below 0. For new connections: Temporary supply at High Tension may be made available by the Licensee to a consumer.5% of energy charges on consumed in that month for in Power Factor from 0.90 1.90 & upto 0.95 1% of energy charges on consumed in that month for in Power Factor from 0. the supply to the consumer may be discontinued.01 fall actual energy every 0. Excess RMD over CMD 100 to 120 % Above 120 % and up to 200 % More than 200% Excess Demand Excess Energy (7) Demand Charges on Excess Demand 2 times of normal charge 2 times of normal charge 2 times of normal charge Energy Charges on Excess Energy Normal 1. The electricity supplied to such consumer shall be charged for.01 fall The surcharge for low power factor will be effective from 1st April 2009. the consumer will pay the following charges on excess demand and energy.95 & upto 0.95 within a period of 6 months by methods approved by the Licensee failing which.Sl. =(Excess Demand/RMD) x Recorded Energy TEMPORARY SUPPLY AT HT i.01 fall actual energy every 0.85 & upto 0.5 times of normal charge 2 times of normal charge Excess demand and energy shall be computed as follows.01 fall actual energy every 0.01 fall actual energy every 0. at rates 50% in excess of the rates set out in the H. The necessary amendments to General Terms and Conditions of Supply shall be carried out with regard to surcharge for low power factor. Temporary supply shall not ordinarily be given for a period exceeding 6(six) months. Tariffs applicable subject to.75 and so remain for a period of 2 consecutive months it must be brought up to 0.T.5% of energy charges on consumed in that month for in Power Factor from 0.75 Below 0.80 & upto 0. that the billing demand for 215 .80 3% of energy charges on consumed in that month for in Power Factor from 0.75 Surcharge 0.85 Below 0. on his request subject to the conditions set out herein-after as also in Part-C. Should the power factor drop below 0.85 2% of energy charges on consumed in that month for in Power Factor from 0.90 Below 0. without prejudice to the right of the Licensee to collect surcharge and without prejudice to such other rights as having accrued to the Licensee or any other right of the Licensee.

the temporary additional supply shall be treated as a separate service and charged for as in Clause(i) above. Existing consumers requiring temporary supply or temporary increase in supply : If any consumer availing regular supply of electricity at High Tension requires an additional supply of electricity at the same point for a temporary period.P. Northern Power Distribution Company of A. The recorded demand for the regular service shall be arrived at by deducting the billing demand for the temporary supply from the maximum demand recorded in the month. (The jurisdiction of the DISCOMs extends to the RESCOs areas also for purpose of supply to HT Consumers).. pay customer charges as applicable. subject to the following conditions. a. Limited and Southern Power Distribution Company of A. electricity shall in addition to demand and energy charges billed as per tariff applicable to them.100/day and the interest leviable on the outstanding amounts in case of grant of installments at 18% per annum and the two shall not be levied at the same time. Eastern Power Distribution Company of A. Limited. b. ii. The contracted demand of the temporary supply shall be the billing demand for that service. Central Power Distribution Company of A. shall be apportioned between the regular and temporary supply in proportion to the respective billing demands. Limited.T. (11). The Tariffs are exclusive of Electricity duty payable as per the provisions of AP Electricity Duty Act. FSA is applicable as notified by the Commission from time to time as per the regulations made by the Commission in this behalf. 216 . (8) ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR BELATED PAYMENT OF CHARGES The Licensees shall charge the delayed payment surcharge (DPS) at the rate of 5 paise/Rs. (10) FUEL SURCHARGE ADJUSTMENT Fuel Surcharge Adjustment (FSA) is applicable to all categories except agriculture.P. These rates are applicable in the areas of operation of 4 (four) Distribution Companies viz.P. (9) CUSTOMER CHARGES Every consumer of H. The total energy consumed in a month including that relating to temporary additional supply. (12). Limited.temporary supply shall be the contracted demand or the recorded maximum demand registered during the month whichever is higher.P.

At L.25/ Month Rs.T.Category -I (Domestic). it will be charged at L.T.PART 'B' : L. 3.T.T consumers with a connected load of 56 KW/75 HP and below including the LT-III (B) Industrial category.T. consumers shall pay electricity charges as follows: i.Category-II tariff apart from liability for penal charges as per the terms and conditions of the supply. 50 Cycles Three Phase Supply at 415 Volts Single Phase supply at 240 Volts The tariffs are applicable for supply of Electricity to L. it will be charged at L. Category . L. If the service in a flat is for domestic purpose. If the service in a flat is for commercial or office use or any other purpose.Category. common lights in corridors and supply for lifts in multistoried buildings.T. iii. 2. For common services like Water supply.II failing which the entire supply shall be charged under L.T.Category-I. 145 paise per unit 280 paise per unit 305 paise per unit 475 paise per unit 550 paise per unit of: Rs. CATEGORY-I-DOMESTIC Applicability Applicable for supply of energy for lights and fans and other domestic purposes in domestic premises.T. which does not fall under any L.TARIFFS System of Supply Low Tension A. Rates Consumers shall pay electricity charges as shown below: 0-50 units per month 51-100 Units/month 101-200 Units/month 201-300 Units/month Above 300 Units/month Subject to monthly minimum charges Single Phase: Upto 250 W Above 250 W Three Phase FSA will be extra as applicable Notes: 1. Category-II Non-Domestic/Commercial.T.50/ Month Rs.Category-II. if the plinth area occupied by the domestic consumers is less than 50% of the total plinth area.150/ Month 217 . if the plinth area occupied by the domestic consumers is 50% or more of the total plinth area. If electricity supplied in domestic premises is required to be used for non-domestic and commercial purposes a separate connection should be taken for such loads under L. For loads less than 3KW single phase supply only will be given.C. At L. ii.T.

218 . hostels.4.T.e. such consumers may be given supply under this category subject to the following conditions. hospitals. Categories I. theaters. Exclusions for this would be those that qualify to be under Category LT-VII. fans. The above orders are subject to the following conditions. hotels. offices. b) Meter reading shall be done monthly and the energy recorded in the HT metering shall be billed at tariff rates under LT category I. heating and power appliances in Commercial and NonDomestic premises such as shops. business houses. restaurants. The Educational Institutions run by individuals. Single Point LT services released to residential complexes of State Government/ Central Government Departments under specific orders of Licensee with Contracted Load/ Connected Load in excess of 56 KW/75 HP shall continue to be billed under LT-I Domestic tariff slab rate applicable based on the average monthly energy consumption per each authorized dwelling i.T. CATEGORY-II . Photo Studios and other similar premises. public buildings. Government b) Provided that it is at the request of the designated officer. 5. e) Customer charges calculated at Rs. choultries. cinema halls. total energy consumption in the month divided by the number of such dwelling units. Non-Government Organisations or Private Trusts and their student hostels are also classified under this category. III to VII and shall include supply of energy for lighting. who shall give an unconditional undertaking that he will pay up the bill for CC charges to the Licensee irrespective of collection from the individual occupants. d) Meter reading shall be taken monthly in all such cases. railway stations. a) The metering shall be provided by the DISCOMs on HT side of the distribution transformer. clubs.20 per month for each dwelling unit shall be billed. Where an individual consumer seeks to avail supply for Domestic purpose with a connected load of over 56KW/75HP. L. in the respective residential complexes. c) The consumers shall be billed at the appropriate slab rate in tariff based on the average monthly consumption per dwelling unit in the complex. namely: a) Orders are applicable to Police Quarters and other State/Central residential complexes specifically sanctioned by the Licensee.NON-DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL Applicability Applicable for supply of energy for lights and fans for non-domestic and commercial purposes excluding loads falling under L. Timber Depots.

L. The energy shall be measured on HT side of the Distribution Transformer feeding the Load. coffee grinders and wet grinders. 2. iv. 65 per month for Single Phase Rs. Sugar cane crushing. In respect of the complexes having connected load of more than 56 KW/75 HP released under specific orders of Licensee for Single Point Bulk supply.Consumers shall pay electricity charges as shown below: First 50 Units /month Above 50 Units/ month Monthly Minimum Charges FSA will be extra as applicable Notes: 1. processing or preserving goods for sale. notwithstanding any manufacturing. grass cutting and fodder cutting units. This tariff is also applicable to Workshops. hospitals. railway stations and other similar premises. public buildings. Poultry Farming Units other than those coming under LT Category . 3. Floriculture in Green Houses.T. 3% of the recorded energy during the month shall be added to arrive at the consumption on High Tension side of the transformer. choultries. For Loads less than 3 kW single phase supply only will be given. offices. 385 Paise per Unit 620 Paise per Unit Rs. iii. The Information Technology (IT) units identified and approved by the Consultative Committee on IT Industry (CCITI) constituted by GoAP also fall under this category. flour mills. theaters. this tariff is also applicable to: i. the billing shall be done at the highest slab tariff rate under this category. cinemas. 4. clubs.INDUSTRIAL: NORMAL CATEGORY The tariffs are applicable for supply of electricity to Low Tension Industrial consumers with a Contracted load of 75 HP/56 KW and below including incidental lighting load not exceeding 10% of the total Contracted Load. For loads 10 kW and above. Ice candy units with or without sale outlets.200 per month for Three Phase 219 . Further. v. In cases where energy is measured on LT side of the transformer. ii. restaurants. processing and/or preserving goods for sale but shall not include shops. Industrial purpose shall mean supply for purpose of manufacturing. The consumers provided with metering capable of measuring active and reactive power as per the provision 2 above shall be required to pay LPF surcharge as applicable for HT consumers for the low power factor during billing month subject to ceiling of the level of capacitor surcharge specified for LT consumers under Part-D herein. hostels. This tariff will also apply to Water Works & Sewerage Pumping Stations operated by Government Departments or Co-operative Societies and pumpsets of Railways.CATEGORY-III (A) . Rabbit Farms. oil mills. hotels. saw mills. Goshalas. pumping of water by industries as subsidiary function and sewerage pumping stations operated by local bodies. Mushroom production units.IV Pisciculture and Prawn culture units. a LT trivector meter shall be provided. where such complex is under the control of a specified organisation/ agency taking responsibility to pay monthly current consumption bills regularly and abide by the Terms and Conditions of supply as per agreement. business houses.

00 hours to 21. ii)Energy charges will be billed on the basis of actual Energy consumption or 50 units per kVA of billing demand whichever is higher FSA will be extra as applicable NOTE: i. In the case of Industrial . the limit of 10% lighting load restriction is not applicable. In case of poultry farms.e 17. ii. If the consumer opts for a two part demand tariff the billing demand shall be 80% of the Contracted Demand or Recorded Demand whichever is higher.100/kVA/month Energy Charges Paise/unit 375 375 (i) Industry(Normal) (ii) Industry (Optional) (iii) Tariff for Pisciculture and Prawn culture units with Contracted Load below 10 HP (iv) Sugar cane crushing (v) Poultry Farms with more than 1000 birds. iii. If the actual connected load for lighting purpose exceeds the prescribed limit of 10%.Rates: Industrial – Normal Fixed Charges/ Demand Charges Rs37/HP/month of connected load Rs. If the recorded demand exceeds the Contracted Demand such excess demand shall be billed at the demand charge prescribed under HT Category – I (11 kV supply). 220 . The Contracted load shall be the connected load required by the consumer and so specified in the agreement as per sanction accorded for the service. Violation of this condition by the industrial consumer shall entail disconnection of power supply. It is not necessary to have a separate service for lighting load in the premises. the energy recorded prorata to the lighting load shall be billed at the LT Category-II highest slab rate.optional two-part tariff the consumer can declare a contracted demand different from the contracted load but shall not be less than 25 kVA.00 hours in any area based on system constraints through notification by the Superintending Engineer of the area from time to time. The Licensee reserves the right to restrict usage of Electricity by the consumers for Industrial purpose during evening peak load hours i. Rabbit Farms (vii)Floriculture in GreenHouses Note: -------- 90 ------Rs37/HP/month of connected load Rs37/HP/month of connected load Rs37/HP/month of connected load 50 375 375 375 Consumers with connected load between 50 and 75 HP can opt for a two part optional tariff IMPORTANT FOR LT III(A) INDUSTRIAL–OPTIONAL Demand Tariff Consumers i)The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 80% of the contracted demand whichever is higher. (vi)Mushroom production Farms.

Sugar cane crushing operations will be allowed under existing agricultural connections with the specific permission from concerned DE (Operation). 100/kVA/month Energy Charges 375 paise/unit LT III(B) Industry IMPORTANT i. Energy charges will be billed on the basis of actual Energy consumption or 50 units per kVA of billing demand whichever is higher FSA will be extra as applicable. The applicants should indicate their consent for these conditions. under SSI registration scheme with connected loads above 75 HP and upto 150 HP and who wish to avail supply at Low Tension subject to the Conditions mentioned here-under. iv. vi. The consumer shall declare his 221 . The existing LT Category-III consumers who come under SSI category and who were sanctioned LT supply for connected loads above 75 HP and upto 125 HP subject to certain conditions prior to 15. v. Rates: Demand Charges Rs. The contracted load shall be as specified in the agreement as per sanction accorded for the service.INDUSTRIAL This tariff is applicable to Small Scale Industrial Units which have been licenced by the Industries Department as bonafide Small Scale Industries and given registration No.III(B) . ii. may also come under this category duly complying with these conditions. CATEGORY . The Low Power Factor (LPF) surcharge is applicable as in the case of HT consumers for LT Category III (A) Industrial (ii) – Optional demand tariff category. and who did not switch over to HT supply. The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 80% of the contracted demand whichever is higher. vii. A LT Trivector meter shall be provided for the consumers with connected load 20HP to below 50HP.1987.7.T. L. The maximum Connected Load under this Category shall not exceed 150 HP including incidental lighting load of not more than 10% of the total connected load. in the application for LT supply. Conditions: i. For loads 50 HP to 75 HP the metering will be provided on HT side of the Distribution Transformer. The consumers provided with metering capable of measuring active and reactive power as per the provisions in (v) and (vi) above shall be required to pay LPF surcharge as applicable for HT consumers for the power factor obtaining during billing month subject to ceiling of the level of capacitor surcharge specified for LT consumers under Part-D herein.

For new/additional loads the consumer has to comply with the procedures as per the terms and conditions of supply of the Licensee as applicable to HT Industrial consumers.440 ps/unit Rs. Category – III (B) for manufacture of sugar or ice or salt.III (A)(i)(ii) and L. cotton seed oil mills. which shall not be less than 50kVA and shall also be specified in the Agreement. iv. If the recorded demand exceeds the Contracted Demand mentioned in (i) above. The transformer will be maintained by the Licensee. 440 Paise / unit. ginning and pressing.T. iii. he may be charged for the months during which the plant is shut down (which period shall be referred to as the off-season period) as follows. decorticating. v. The consumer should erect his own Distribution Transformer and structure initially along with necessary switchgear. tobacco processing and redrying and for such other industries or processes as may be approved by the Commission from time to time principally during certain seasons or limited periods in the year and his main plant is regularly closed down during certain months of the year. The metering will be on HT side of the Distribution Transformer with a Trivector Meter together with MD indicator. vii. The conditions (i) & (iii) mentioned in the NOTE under LT Category-III(A) shall be applicable for LT III (B) Industrial Category also.100 per kVA/Month. fruit processing. contracted demand. vi.37/HP/Month Rs. The energy recorded in the meter will be billed at the energy charge mentioned above. Customer charges shall be as applicable for HT consumers. viii. Seasonal Industries Where a consumer avails supply of energy under L. such excess demand shall be billed at the rates prescribed for HT Category – I (11 kV supply). The Low Power Factor (LPF) surcharge is applicable as in the case of HT consumers for LT III (B) Category.T. LT III(A)(i) FIXED CHARGES on 30% of contracted load ENERGY CHARGES For all units of energy consumed FSA will be extra as applicable LTIII (A) (ii) & LT III (B) DEMAND CHARGES Based on the Recorded Maximum Demand or 30% of the Contracted Demand whichever is higher PLUS ENERGY CHARGES For all the units of energy consumed FSA will be extra as applicable Rs. Category . 222 .ii.

The off-season tariff is not available to composite units having seasonal and other categories of loads. Poultry farming units upto 1000 birds strength subject to certification from concerened DE(Operations) come under this category. ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) L. electricity supply to such poultry farms shall be classified under L.10/.T. Kanchari. The off-season tariff is also not available for such of those units who have captive generation exclusively for process during season and who avail supply from Licensee for miscellaneous loads and other non-process loads.This concession is subject to the following conditions: i) Consumers. Rates For all units consumed Fixed Charges FSA will be extra as applicable Notes It is not necessary to have a separate service for lighting load in the premises. Category-III (A) or HT category I as the case may be according to the connected load. The period of season shall not be less than 4(four) continuous months. including incidental lighting in the premises.per kVA shall be paid by the consumer in advance for availing supply under the above said category with seasonal benefits. shilpi and pottery having connected load not exceeding 5 H. of contracted load subject to a minimum of Rs. However. CATEGORY-IV: COTTAGE INDUSTRIES AND DHOBIGHATS Applicable for supply of energy to Dhobighats & bonafide small Cottage Industries specifically power looms.P.per month 223 . blacksmithy. 180 Paise per unit . who are desirous of availing the seasonal benefits shall specifically declare their season at the time of entering into agreement that their loads should be classified as seasonal loads.. Development charges @ Rs. 500/. classified as seasonal load consumers. .. consumer can declare longer seasonal period as per actuals. during one Tariff year. Carpentry. shall not be entitled to this concession during that year.30/.000 birds. Consumers who have paid the development charges already as regular consumers need not pay the development charges as specified here. If the bird strength of birds in the poultry farm exceeds 1. The seasonal period once notified cannot be changed.per month per H. Gold smithy. Any consumer who after declaring the period of season consumes power for his main plant during the off-season period.T.P. Existing eligible consumers who have not opted earlier for availing of seasonal tariffs will also be permitted to opt for seasonal tariff on the basis of application to the concerned Superintending Engineer of the Licensee. Rs.

The Farmers eligible for free supply under Dry Land as well as Wet Lands have to comply with the following Demand Side Management measures (DSM) as applicable for his pumping system viz. Farmers in dry land areas shall not be eligible for free supply if they grow Paddy in second crop.) measures Wet Land Farmers (Holdings<=2.5 Acres) Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses Without Dry Land Farmers (Connections<= 3 Nos. CATEGORY – V(A) – AGRICULTURAL Category Purpose With DSM Dry Land Farmers (Connections<= 3 Nos.T.5 Acres) Corporate Farmers & IT Assesses LT V(A)(i) Salt Farming Units with connected load upto 15HP $ *Rs.L. 7.210/HP/Year *Rs. Customer charges of Rs.210/HP/Year 20 Fixed charges 100 20 20 50 50 200 100 100 LT V(A)(ii) Rural Horticulture Nurseries * Equivalent flat rate tariff $ -Units with connected load more than15 HP shall be billed under LT Category III(A) – Industrial Normal tariff.20/.) DSM Wet Land Farmers (Holdings<=2. submersible and surface pump sets in which they shall not be eligible for free supply.5 Acres) measures Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 Nos. 4.5 Acres) Dry Land Farmers (Connections > 3 Nos.. 5.210/HP/Year 20 *Rs. capacitor of adequate rating. 6.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2. Agricultural services will be suitably regulated as notified by Licensee from time to time. LT CATEGORY – V(B) – AGRICULTURAL Out of Turn Allotment – Tatkal scheme with DSM measures : Energy Charge 20paise/unit Note: 1.) Wet Land Farmers (Holdings >2. DSM measures include frictionless foot valve. 2. All new connections shall be given only with DSM measures implemented and with meters.per month per service in terms of Part `C’ of the tariff shall be payable by all Agricultural Consumers.210/HP/Year *Rs.525/HP/Year *Rs. Agricultural consumers are permitted to use 1 or 3 lamps of 5 watts each near the main switch as pilot lamp/s. 3. HDPE or RPVC piping at suction and/or delivery and ISI marked monobloc or submersible pump sets.T.525/HP/Year Energy Charge Ps/Unit 0 0 *Rs. 224 . Supply to the L.

taxi stands. fluorescent tubes. PWS Schemes: Minor / Major Panchayats Up to 2500 units/year Above 2500 units : 20 paise per unit : 50 paise per unit : : : : : : 156 208 274 326 353 379 Paise Paise Paise Paise Paise Paise per unit per unit per unit per unit per unit per unit point per point per Metering is : Rs. The responsibility for maintenance including renewals and replacements rests with the Local Bodies viz. the first supply of filament lamps.20/HP/month of contracted load subject to a minimum of Rs. mercury vapour lamps including special type lamps along with their fittings will be made by the Licensee at its cost. Gr. markets. ii.L.T. Panchayats/ Municipalities/ Municipal Corporations. 225 . thoroughfares including parks.3 Municipalities Gr. Where the cost of fittings is borne by the Licensee. Municipal Corporations.100/Rs.20/HP/month of contracted load subject to a minimum of Rs. Panchayats. 1 & 2 Municipalities Selection / Spl. Corporations Minimum charges Panchayats Municipalities/Corporations FSA will be extra as applicable B).2 per month : Rs. Municipalities. In such cases. CATEGORY-VI Applicable for supply of energy for lighting on public roads..100/- FSA will be extra as applicable Notes (Street Lighting): i. compulsory irrespective of tariff structure. The cost of fittings shall be borne or paid for by the consumers. bridges and also for PWS schemes in the Local Bodies viz.6 per month All Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Upto 1000 Units Balance Units Municipal Corporations: Up to 1000 Units Balance Units Energy charges : 375 Paise/Unit : 405 Paise/Unit : 405 Paise/Unit : 460Paise/Unit Fixed charges Rs. Street Lighting: For all units consumed Minor Panchayats Major Panchayats Nagarpalikas & Municipalities Gr. streets.. cart-stands. Rates: A).

For this purpose the area coming under Gram Panchayat shall constitute ‘Rural Area’.) 2. fluorescent tubes. Lamps 125 W Fixture M. in urban areas till such time the Municipalities and Corporations make their own arrangements for such replacements the Licensee may.00 15. and Educational Institutions run by charitable Institutions (Public charitable trusts and societies registered under the Societies Registration Act running educational and medical institutions on a no profit basis). where the cost of fittings is borne by the consumer but maintenance is done by the Licensee.) (Rs.V. recognised service institutions and old age homes run by recognized service institutions. 5. i.00 7. in Rural areas. Gurudwaras.V. lines. 2. L.00 4.00 45. Lamps 250 W Fixture M. Fittings for (2) Ordinary Filament Lamp Fluorescent Lamp 40 W Single Fixture Fluorescent Lamp 40 W Double Fixture M.00 50.T.00 25.00 1. Government Educational Institutions and Student Hostels run by Government agencies. 7.consumer will have to pay fixed charges as in column (3) below. District Municipalities Act or Gram Panchayat Act on the poles. The consumer will in such cases be billed labour charges at the rate of Rs. Temples.V. such replacement of bulbs supplied by the Local Body will be made by the Licensee without collecting labour charges. ii. Additional charges: Every local body shall pay an additional charge equivalent to any tax or fee levied by it under the provisions of any law including the Corporation Act. carry out the replacement provided the Local Body supplies the lamps and tubes. 2 per replacement. However. However. 6. transformers and other installations through which the local body receives supply.00 6. However.00 Sl. Lamps 400 W Fixture The replacement of filament lamps. 226 . mercury vapour and other special type of lamps will be done by the Local Body at its cost.00 4. the consumer will have to pay fixed charges as in Column (4) below: Fixed charges per month Fixed charges Per where the cost of fittings Month where the is borne by the Local cost of fittings is Body but maintenance by borne by Licensee Licensee (3) (4) (Rs. if the consumer so desires.00 23.V.00 8. CATEGORY-VII(A)-GENERAL PURPOSE Applicable for supply of energy to places of worship like Churches.00 8. Crematoriums.No (1) 1. Mosques.00 12. Lamps 80 W Fixture M. 3 4.

100 per HP of contracted load for the first 30 days or part thereof and Rs.T. Temples. TEMPORARY SUPPLY 1. Licensee may introduce monthly billing for all consumers instead of bimonthly (once in two months).L. If the connected load is more than 1 kW.T. L. Gurudwaras and Crematoriums with connected load up to 1 kW. 2.T. CATEGORY-VIII . These charges shall be paid in advance by the consumer in accordance with the procedure prescribed in clause VI of part C along with any other charges payable as specified therein.50 per month for single phase supply : Rs.150 per month for three phase supply FSA will be extra as applicable L.50 per HP of contracted load for every subsequent period of 15 days or part thereof. For temporary supply of energy to all categories other than Irrigation and Agriculture: Rates For all the units consumed : 620 paise per unit :Rs. For loads less than 3 KW. Conditions: (i) Estimated cost of works and estimated energy charges. FSA will be extra as applicable Note: 1. Mosques.75 per KW or part Minimum charges thereof of contracted load for every subsequent period of 15 days or part thereof FSA will be extra as applicable Temporary supply for Agriculture Purpose: Rates For all the units consumed Minimum charges : 230 paise per unit :Rs. the consumers will be billed under LT Category VII(A): General Tariff. single phase supply only will be given. Rates For fist 200 units : 200 paise per unit Balance units : 400 paise per unit Minimum charges shall not be levied on LT-VII(B):Religious Places consumers. 227 . CATEGORY-VII(B):RELIGIOUS PLACES Applicabe for supply of energy to places of worship such as Churches.Rates For all the units consumed Minimum charges : 400 paise per unit : Rs.125 per KW or part thereof of contracted load for first 30 days or part thereof and Rs.

General conditions of L.T. Fuel Surcharge Adjustment (FSA) is applicable to all categories except agriculture. the provisions of General Terms and Conditions of supply separately notified shall be applied. 3. Tariff.T. 2. Tariffs are subject to the following conditions. 1. 4. 5.(ii) Regular consumers requiring temporary additional supply: In cases where consumers availing regular supply of energy require additional supply for temporary period. Limited (APEPDCL).P. d) For re-connection of power supply after disconnection.P.e. the consumer has to pay reconnection fees The re-connection charges shall not be colleted without actual disconnection. Chepurupally. Additional Charges for belated payment of Bills: a) The C. bills shall be paid by the consumers within the due date mentioned in the bill. FSA is applicable as notified by the Commission from time to time as per the regulations made by the Commission in this behalf.Limited (APCPDCL). Eastern Power Distribution Company of A. Siricilla. the additional supply shall be given as a temporary service under a separate connection and charged as such in accordance with the procedure prescribed in clause VI of part C. Tariff The foregoing L.T. Limited (APNPDCL) and Southern Power Distribution Company of A. 228 . Anakapally..P.P.C. 15 days from date of the bill.. i. These rates are applicable in the areas of operation of 4 (four ) Distribution Companies viz. The Tariffs are exclusive of Electricity duty payable as per the provisions of AP Electricity Duty Act. Limited (APSPDCL)) and 4 ( four) Rural Electric Co-operatives viz. Northern Power Distribution Company of A. 6.C. b) If payment is made after due date. Kuppam. The connected load of the consumer shall not exceed his contracted load except in case of LT category III(A) optional and III(B) and if the connected load of the consumer is found to be in excess of his contracted load. Classification of Premises The Licensee shall have the right to classify or re-classify the supply of energy to any premises under an appropriate category of L. bills amount is not paid within 15 days from the due date the power supply is liable for disconnection. the consumers are liable to pay belated payment charges on the bill amount at the rate of five(5) Paise per One hundred rupees per day of delay calculated from due date mentioned in the bill up to the date of payment. c) If the C. Central Power Distribution Company of A.

25/. of contracted load towards service connection charges. (3) Service connection wires for L.100/-per sample 229 . II. Services (b)High Tension Services i) 11 KV. TESTING (a) Installations i) The first test and inspection of a new installation or of an extension to an existing installation. 50 Rs.200 HT Rs.300 Rs.500 Rs. (2) The service connection portion from the overhead mains terminated outside the premises of the consumer shall be executed by the consumer as per the standards prescribed by the licensee from time to time.150/-per sample Rs. the meter and cutout shall be provided by the licensee. ii) 33 KV iii) 132/220 KV III.C. However.V Irrigation and Agricultural purposes shall be laid collecting an amount of Rs. the extension portion of the scheme will be executed by the Licensee adopting the standards prescribed by the Commission from time to time on payment of service line charges.3/LT Nil Rs.Part .30 Rs.C.100 Rs.1000 Rs.150 HT Nil Rs. RECONNECTIONS (a)Low Tension Services. Single Phase Energy meter ii) A. SERVICE CALLS a) Charges for attendance of Fuseman for Low Tension Consumers i) Replacing of Licensee’s cut out fuses Nil ii) Replacing of consumer's fuses Rs.500 Rs.G. SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGES (1) In respect of the cases involving extension of distribution mains. i) Overhead Services ii) U. ii) Charges payable by the consumer in advance for each subsequent test and/or inspection if found necessary owing to any fault in the installation or to noncompliance of the conditions of supply.`C' I. 10 Rs . Category. (b) Meters i) A.P.per H.20 LT Rs.T. Three Phase Energy meter iii) Demand or special type meter (c) Transformer Oils i) First sample of oil ii) Additional sample of oil of the same equipment received at the same time IV.

per month b) 132/220 K. 25 Rs.750/.100 e) For changing meter only at the request of the consumer LT HT (where it is not necessitated by increase in demand Rs. This does not include the additional charges payable by the consumer for increasing his connected load in excess of the contracted load. 15/.. MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES a) Application Registration Fees i) For LT Agricultural & Domestic ii) For all other LT Categories iii) For all HT Categories b) Revision of estimates c) Fee for rerating of consumer's installation at the request of the consumer. as provided in General Terms and conditions of supply.for each visit when c) Charges for Infructuous visit of Licensee there is no defect in Licensee’s employees to the consumer's premises . d) Resealing of i) L.25 Rs. Meter Cut outs in the consumer's premises ii) M. Rs.20/. V. 10 Rs.V.per month H. 50 ii) For all other LT Categories Rs. 20 Rs. 50 Rs.for each day or part during any function or temporary thereof.100 notice i) Special rates chargeable for theft/pilferage and malpractice cases As per the General Terms and Conditions of Supply(GTCS) approved by the Commission from time to time.b) Charges for attendance of Fuseman/ Wireman at the consumer's premises Rs.T. Indicator meters and other apparatus in the consumer's premises For all other LT Categories The aforesaid charges do not include the additional charges payable by the consumer for breaking the seals Rs. equipment.1500/-per month h) Urgency charges for temporary supply at short Rs. illumination provided a Fuseman/ Wireman can be spared for such work Rs.100/.300 230 .D.per month* * Domestic Consumer in the first slab Rs. g) Customer Charges For all LT Categories inclusive of Agricultural services Rs. 100 Rs. Categories a) 66 KV and below Rs.150 iii) For all HT Categories Rs. 5 Rs.100 permanently) f) For changing or moving Actual cost of material and labour plus 25% a meter board supervision charges on cost of materials and labour.T.25/. j) Supervision/Inspection & checking charges i) For LT Agricultural & Domestic Rs.

from time to time plus cost of dismantling the lines and other works when the supply is no more required less the cost of retrievable material. (c) In the case of consumers requiring temporary supply for the purposes of Cinema. as may be worked out on the basis of standards and norms prescribed by the Licensee . in addition to the estimated cost of works mentioned in 3(a). a bill for the actual amount payable by the consumer shall be prepared and the difference would be collected from or refunded to the consumer. After the works are dismantled and retrievable materials returned to stores. in addition to the charges mentioned below. the consumer shall deposit such additional amount. (b)In addition to the aforesaid charges payable by consumers availing temporary supply. the advance consumption charges for the actual period requisitioned shall be paid. the estimated energy charges for a minimum period of 3 months shall have to be deposited by the consumer subject to the condition that the consumer shall pay every month energy and other miscellaneous charges for the preceding month and the amount deposited by him in advance shall be adjusted with the last month consumption and the balance amount shall be refunded. they shall pay hire charges at 2% on cost of retrievable material per month or part thereof. These charges will be claimed along with the consumption bills. as specified in clause V(h) above is also to paid. 231 . (4) (a)The consumer requiring supply on temporary basis shall be required to deposit in advance. etc. switchgear. as the case may be.VI. (3) (a)Estimated cost of the works as mentioned in Para (2) above shall be paid by the consumer in advance. and worked out on the basis for use of electricity by the consumer for 6 hours per day for a period of 2 months in case the supply is required for more than 10 days. TEMPORARY SUPPLY (1) Requests for temporary supply of energy cannot normally be considered unless there is a clear notice of at least one week in the case of domestic and three months in case of other types of supply. metering equipment. (2) Estimated cost of the works means the cost of works for making necessary arrangements for supplying energy including the cost of distribution lines.. (d) In the event of estimated energy charges deposited by the consumer having been found insufficient. (b)The Bill for electricity consumed in any month shall be prepared at the tariff applicable plus hire charges as mentioned in 3(b) above. as may be demanded by the Licensee failing which the Licensee may discontinue the supply of electricity. If the period of temporary supply is for 10 days or less. for the duration of temporary supply. If supply is required at a short notice. The consumers have to pay monthly CC charges regularly during the period of availing temporary supply and the estimated energy consumption deposit shall be adjusted with the last month consumption and the balance if any shall be refunded. the estimated consumption charges at the rate stipulated in Tariff Order for Temporary supply. an urgency charge.

note LT category III(B) and note 4 under LT Category-II. Shunt capacitors of the rating specified by the Licensees in the General Terms and Conditions of supply approved by the Commission from time to time. shall be the actual cost of labour and material plus 25% on cost of labour and material to cover overhead charges. Agricultural Consumer and every LT consumer using induction motors and/or welding transformers shall install L.(B). (4) In the case of consumers not covered by Low Power Factor (LPF) surcharge as per note VII and VIII under LT category III(A). such consumer shall be liable to pay surcharge @ 25% of the monthly bill amount. no capacitor is found. or the capacitors already installed are found to be damaged or having defect or ceased to function. 232 . (6) Low Power factor surcharge is to be levied for the consumers falling under LT Category III(A)(ii)-Industrial (Optional) and LT III (B) Industrial categories as applicable to HT consumers. LT Category IV and LT Category V shall not be given unless the capacitors of required ratings are installed. (2) New connections under HT Category IV(A).(B).VII MISCELLANEOUS WORKS The charges for any work which the Licensee may be required to undertake for the consumer and which is not included in the foregoing schedule. In case the rated capacity of the induction motor or welding transformer falls in between the steps of the stipulated ratings. as per the terms and conditions of supply notified by the licensee. The aforesaid charges shall be paid by the consumer in advance. LT Category III(A). if during inspection. PART `D' POWER FACTOR APPARATUS AND CAPACITOR SURCHARGE (1) Every H. (3) The failure on part of the consumer with the above requirement shall be treated as violation of the terms and conditions of supply and the Licensee can terminate the contract and collect the sum equivalent to the minimum charges for the balance initial period of agreement. (5) The LT Category II and LT category III(A) consumers who are provided with metering capable of measuring active and reactive power under the orders of the Commission. the capacitors suitable for the next higher step shall be installed by the consumer. shall be required to pay low power factor surcharge as per the rates applicable for HT consumers for the power factor obtaining during the month subject to the ceiling of the level of capacitor surcharge mentioned in item 4 herein.T. apart from disconnection of supply as provided in the terms and conditions of supply.T.

02 145.06 1882.00 245.96 16.38 0.84 251.95 0.24 252.00 17.02 554.04 1576.00 24.40 269.93 0.64 25.00 132.71 249.84 132.88 0.40 269.97 26.44 110.57 1.63 101.00 0.62 480.66 270.00 1464.59 189.26 302.02 319.30 127.00 1966.00 0.00 233 .99 0.41 249.89 137.96 0.00 1966.84 185.41 11.74 131.86 0.04 1576.13 103.27 2329.84 229.91 0.86 0.28 1.00 0.00 0.19 249.83 0.00 0.71 102.86 0.96 0.12 131.11 0.00 34.84 0.00 1125.00 30.00 34.21 0.64 2732.74 145.14 170.74 1.00 2170.55 247.13 246.00 0.00 38.40 249.35 0.00 20.63 255.01 252.41 189.27 2329.00 0.63 0.00 219.07 17. / kWh) Gross Energy Availability (MU) April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) 1.53 0.00 27.00 1962.02 145.00 0.00 10.64 2732.84 246.04 0.40 269.40 269.00 36.00 25293.39 2654.42 12.84 249.34 51.78 0.88 246.93 170.40 1.84 249.09 145.74 145.92 0.78 0.28 1.00 245.30 80.49 3438.72 29.00 0.00 0.04 0.40 196.32 252.52 1592.91 49.40 269.22 1548.84 246.97 270.00 0.16 0.72 246.14 113.84 259.00 2481.09 145.19 80.74 1.80 1155.00 245.72 132.43 140.33 99.51 0.43 309.39 2654.80 1155.89 137.49 3438.02 145.00 0.78 0.88 13.00 245.00 108.76 0.06 1882.00 -0.00 245.26 0.00 26.14 113.36 0.00 38.83 0.00 245.71 260.10 90.06 131.81 121.85 42.00 145.84 167.83 104.00 136.00 1.70 42.40 0.86 36.74 145.01 252.53 43.09 145.06 288.84 246.19 255.00 0.00 35.36 104.00 416.95 99.62 29.40 249.02 319.03 113.00 34.07 115.00 2321.74 1.26 137.09 145.26 302.04 0.30 31.83 0.26 246.53 113.95 0.74 59.21 0.00 25293.00 14.40 269.43 140.00 34.00 0.00 38.00 2749.22 0.00 0.14 0.22 1548.28 1.35 26.22 0.37 0.30 -0.00 245.52 0.59 302.44 260.00 0.04 1639.00 416.68 0.00 0.01 249.78 0.00 0.As filed FY 2009-10 Generating Station APGENCO Thermal VTPS I VTPS II VTPS III VTPS IV RTPP I RTPP Stage-II RTPP Stage-III KTPS A KTPS B KTPS C KTPS D KTPS Stage VI RTS B NTS Kakatiya Thermal Power Plant Stage I Kakatiya Thermal Power Plant Stage II TOTAL THERMAL MACHKUND PH AP Share TUNGBHADRA PH AP Share USL LSR Variable Cost (Rs.00 1.56 132.99 0.01 0.19 255.74 132.00 82.26 137.17 2964.00 35.04 0.78 0.25 269.00 8.00 1849.02 238.55 115.57 1.04 1639.00 140.16 0.89 25.00 2710.78 0.02 145.84 0.92 0.76 0.67 48.96 0.00 1.00 0.00 119.00 0.48 0.74 219.93 170.78 0.00 30.71 260.00 26.00 0.24 269.42 0.40 249.99 0.46 0.33 219.84 255.04 102.00 219.53 -0.78 0.91 2964.44 270.76 0.90 12.00 6.57 1.74 293.62 480.00 0.00 136.99 261.00 38.34 269.20 68.00 2288.84 268.52 1592.29 121.88 0.00 245.37 0.84 206.45 0.48 20.ANNEXURE-E(i) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability .02 554.17 269.67 98.34 113.00 2574.04 0.28 0.00 1596.02 319.59 255.00 23.40 269.77 68.

ANNEXURE-E(i) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY
Energy Availability - As filed
FY 2009-10 Generating Station DONKARAYI SSLM NSPH NSRCPH NSLCPH POCHAMPAD PH NIZAMSAGAR PH PABM MINI HYDRO&OTHERS SINGUR SSLM LCPH Nagarjunasagar Tail Pond Dam Power House Priyadarshini Jurala Hydro Electric Project- AP Share Lower Jurala Hydro Electric Project TOTAL HYDRO TOTAL APGENCO Central Generating Stations NTPC NTPC (SR) Variable Cost (Rs. / kWh) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.86 Gross Energy Availability (MU) April 11.42 38.30 9.77 -0.02 -0.03 4.12 1.88 -0.02 1.52 0.78 44.97 May 11.22 26.62 -0.18 -0.03 -0.05 -0.01 -0.04 -0.02 -0.02 -0.03 18.24 June 2.24 81.02 3.77 -0.02 -0.03 -0.01 -0.04 -0.02 0.07 -0.02 14.63 July 6.86 388.02 403.91 2.80 3.03 0.00 -0.04 -0.02 0.45 0.19 545.10 Aug 10.54 397.00 544.33 32.97 17.39 1.53 -0.04 -0.02 1.02 -0.03 490.03 Sept 2.26 392.97 541.83 45.94 21.67 5.51 -0.04 -0.03 1.50 -0.03 538.41 Oct 11.09 200.10 278.03 46.48 25.84 13.72 -0.04 1.14 1.90 -0.02 249.89 Nov 11.59 64.84 34.98 33.41 13.97 4.74 0.39 1.08 0.62 -0.02 49.93 Dec 14.09 66.25 31.81 22.64 6.40 9.34 0.87 -0.02 2.12 1.47 56.89 Jan 14.78 80.57 55.54 7.46 0.16 8.58 1.77 -0.02 1.58 -0.02 89.21 Feb 13.59 128.84 13.92 -0.02 -0.02 7.23 1.59 -0.02 1.39 -0.02 149.37 March 12.75 141.71 34.96 -0.02 0.02 3.94 1.11 -0.03 0.91 -0.02 104.30 Total 122.41 2006.22 1952.67 191.59 88.35 58.69 7.37 1.99 13.07 2.23 2350.97 Net Energy Availability (MU) 122.41 2006.22 1952.67 191.59 88.35 58.69 7.37 1.99 13.07 2.23 2350.97

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00 0.00 0.22 1.12

0.00 0.00 284.83 2605.88 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 211.00 2499.63 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

1.78 0.00 187.56 2358.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

20.85 0.00 1523.94 3120.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

26.63 0.00 1701.78 2827.13 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

41.68 0.00 1687.38 3151.66 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

41.68 0.00 1060.36 2909.37 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

7.43 0.00 399.56 2361.79 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

5.84 0.00 405.15 2886.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 476.44 3187.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 511.93 3086.86 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 518.78 3268.14 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

145.89 0.00 8968.70 34262.56 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

145.89 0.00 8968.70 34262.56 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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Energy Availability - As filed
FY 2009-10 Generating Station NTPC (SR) NTPC (SR) Stage III Total NTPC(SR) NTPC (ER) Farakka Kahalgaon Talcher - Stage 1 Talcher Stage 2 Others Total NTPC(ER) Total NTPC NLC TS-II Stage-I Stage-II Total NLC NPC NPC-MAPS NPC-Kaiga unit I NPC-Kaiga unit II Total NPC NTPC - Simhadri NTPC Simhadri Variable Cost (Rs. / kWh) 1.34 1.28 1.33 Gross Energy Availability (MU) April 488.46 124.61 613.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 268.85 0.00 268.85 0.00 881.92 0.00 0.00 52.91 96.38 149.28 0.00 0.00 22.26 70.11 78.61 170.98 0.00 0.00 640.00 May 505.91 128.28 634.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 277.58 0.00 277.58 0.00 911.77 0.00 0.00 64.60 116.07 180.67 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 80.93 175.97 0.00 0.00 663.00 June 481.48 124.61 606.09 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 230.56 0.00 230.56 0.00 836.65 0.00 0.00 36.15 81.35 117.50 0.00 0.00 11.13 70.11 78.61 159.85 0.00 0.00 640.00 July 408.21 120.95 529.16 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 254.56 0.00 254.56 0.00 783.72 0.00 0.00 70.40 84.99 155.40 0.00 0.00 22.90 36.07 80.93 139.90 0.00 0.00 350.00 Aug 488.46 73.30 561.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 276.79 0.00 276.79 0.00 838.55 0.00 0.00 52.66 74.01 126.67 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 80.93 175.97 0.00 0.00 663.00 Sept 436.13 73.30 509.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 268.06 0.00 268.06 0.00 777.49 0.00 0.00 49.51 83.77 133.28 0.00 0.00 22.26 70.11 80.93 173.30 0.00 0.00 562.00 Oct 404.72 124.61 529.33 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 276.39 0.00 276.39 0.00 805.72 0.00 0.00 49.51 83.77 133.28 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 78.61 173.65 0.00 0.00 663.00 Nov 488.46 124.61 613.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 267.46 0.00 267.46 0.00 880.53 0.00 0.00 34.62 105.17 139.79 0.00 0.00 22.26 70.11 80.93 173.30 0.00 0.00 640.00 Dec 509.39 124.61 634.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 207.34 0.00 207.34 0.00 841.34 0.00 0.00 43.27 90.56 133.83 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 78.61 173.65 0.00 0.00 663.00 Jan 509.39 124.61 634.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 265.67 0.00 265.67 0.00 899.67 0.00 0.00 62.80 113.78 176.58 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 80.93 175.97 0.00 0.00 663.00 Feb 457.06 120.95 578.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 249.21 0.00 249.21 0.00 827.22 0.00 0.00 62.59 102.56 165.15 0.00 0.00 21.40 67.42 77.29 166.10 0.00 0.00 596.00 March 509.39 124.61 634.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 275.59 0.00 275.59 0.00 909.59 0.00 0.00 69.44 113.78 183.22 0.00 0.00 22.90 72.14 80.93 175.97 0.00 0.00 663.00 Total 5687.06 1389.05 7076.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3118.06 0.00 3118.06 0.00 10194.17 0.00 0.00 648.46 1146.19 1794.65 0.00 0.00 259.58 816.75 958.28 2034.62 0.00 0.00 7406.00 Net Energy Availability (MU) 5687.06 1389.05 7076.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3118.06 0.00 3118.06 0.00 10194.17 0.00 0.00 648.46 1146.19 1794.65 0.00 0.00 259.58 816.75 958.28 2034.62 0.00 0.00 7406.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.76 0.00 0.76 1.16

1.46 1.37 1.41

1.18 0.99 0.99 1.02

1.15

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Energy Availability - As filed
FY 2009-10 Generating Station Stage I NTPC Simhadri Stage II Total NTPCSimhadri CGS - New TOTAL CGS APGPCL APGPCL I Allocated capacity APGPCL I Unutilised capacity APGPCL II Allocated capacity APGPCL II Unutilised capacity Total APGPCL IPPS GVK Spectrum Kondapalli (Naphtha) Kondapalli (Gas) BSES GVK Extension Vemagiri 1.18 0.00 0.88 0.00 0.93 1.16 Variable Cost (Rs. / kWh) Gross Energy Availability (MU) April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU)

0.00 1.15

0.00 640.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1842.18 0.00 0.00 5.33 0.00 22.40 0.00 27.72 0.00 0.00 105.56 137.56 0.00 257.11 154.44 98.33 165.38

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1931.40 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 140.83 139.36 0.00 253.01 159.59 101.61 170.89

0.00 640.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1754.01 0.00 0.00 5.33 0.00 22.40 0.00 27.72 0.00 0.00 136.29 135.23 0.00 183.24 149.29 98.33 165.38

0.00 350.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1429.02 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 140.83 138.94 0.00 265.68 159.59 101.61 170.89

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1804.19 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 19.41 0.00 24.91 0.00 0.00 140.83 141.59 0.00 265.68 72.07 101.61 170.89

0.00 562.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1646.08 0.00 0.00 5.33 0.00 22.40 0.00 27.72 0.00 0.00 133.17 132.74 0.00 257.11 61.78 98.33 165.38

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1775.65 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 133.32 78.98 0.00 265.68 159.59 101.61 170.89

0.00 640.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1833.62 0.00 0.00 5.33 0.00 22.40 0.00 27.72 0.00 0.00 136.29 141.33 0.00 257.11 154.44 98.33 165.38

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1811.81 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 137.74 146.13 0.00 265.68 154.44 101.61 170.89

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1915.22 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 108.09 146.82 0.00 265.68 159.59 101.61 170.89

0.00 596.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1754.48 0.00 0.00 4.97 0.00 20.90 0.00 25.88 0.00 0.00 127.20 125.71 0.00 239.97 144.15 91.78 154.36

0.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1931.78 0.00 0.00 5.51 0.00 23.14 0.00 28.65 0.00 0.00 140.83 143.74 0.00 265.68 154.44 101.61 170.89

0.00 7406.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 21429.43 0.00 0.00 64.82 0.00 268.74 0.00 333.57 0.00 0.00 1580.96 1608.13 0.00 3041.65 1683.41 1196.41 2012.14

0.00 7406.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 21429.43 0.00 0.00 64.82 0.00 268.74 0.00 333.57 0.00 0.00 1580.96 1608.13 0.00 3041.65 1683.41 1196.41 2012.14

1.28 1.24 0.00 1.34 1.21 1.78 1.78

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Energy Availability - As filed
FY 2009-10 Generating Station Gautami Konaseema TOTAL IPPS NCE NCE - Bio-Mass NCE - Bagasse NCE - Municipal Waste to Energy NCE - Industrial Waste based power project NCE - Wind Power NCE - Mini Hydel NCE - NCL Energy Ltd NCE-Others TOTAL NCE OTHERS Srivathsa LVS Vishakapatnam Steel Plant NB Ferro Alloys TOTAL OTHERS MARKET PTC Variable Cost (Rs. / kWh) 1.78 1.78 1.53 Gross Energy Availability (MU) April 207.40 0.00 1125.78 0.00 0.00 104.40 67.14 6.04 9.75 10.89 13.01 1.72 0.00 212.94 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 May 214.31 205.53 1385.14 0.00 0.00 101.03 64.97 5.84 9.43 10.54 12.61 1.66 0.00 206.09 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 June 207.40 198.90 1274.07 0.00 0.00 104.40 67.14 6.04 9.75 10.89 13.01 1.72 0.00 212.94 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 July 214.31 205.53 1397.39 0.00 0.00 101.03 64.97 5.84 12.58 10.54 12.61 1.66 0.00 209.24 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 11.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 Aug 214.31 205.53 1312.53 0.00 0.00 104.40 67.14 6.04 16.25 10.89 13.01 1.72 0.00 219.44 0.00 0.00 10.67 0.00 0.00 0.00 10.67 0.00 0.00 0.00 Sept 207.40 198.90 1254.82 0.00 0.00 104.40 67.14 6.04 16.25 37.40 13.01 1.72 0.00 245.95 0.00 0.00 8.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 Oct 214.31 205.53 1329.91 0.00 0.00 101.03 64.97 5.84 15.72 36.20 12.91 1.66 0.00 238.34 0.00 0.00 8.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 Nov 207.40 198.90 1359.19 0.00 0.00 104.40 70.12 6.04 16.25 37.40 13.32 1.72 0.00 249.24 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 Dec 214.31 205.53 1396.34 0.00 0.00 101.03 67.85 5.84 15.72 36.20 12.91 1.66 0.00 241.23 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 Jan 214.31 205.53 1372.53 0.00 0.00 104.40 70.12 6.04 18.23 37.40 13.32 1.72 0.00 251.22 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 Feb 193.57 185.64 1262.38 0.00 0.00 104.40 70.12 6.04 18.23 37.40 13.32 1.72 0.00 251.22 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 March 214.31 205.53 1397.04 0.00 0.00 94.30 63.33 5.45 16.47 33.78 12.10 1.55 0.00 226.98 0.00 0.00 5.82 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.82 0.00 0.00 0.00 Total 2523.33 2221.10 15867.11 0.00 0.00 1229.22 804.99 71.11 174.64 309.52 155.13 20.24 0.00 2764.84 0.00 0.00 110.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 110.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 Net Energy Availability (MU) 2523.33 2221.10 15867.11 0.00 0.00 1229.22 804.99 71.11 174.64 309.52 155.13 20.24 0.00 2764.84 0.00 0.00 110.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 110.60 0.00 0.00 0.00

3.16 2.92 3.80 3.12 3.36 2.56 1.78 0.00 3.10

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00

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Energy Availability - As filed
FY 2009-10 Generating Station RCL and ShortTerm Sources(IG Wells,Kesoram) CPDCL EPDCL NPDCL SPDCL UI Other Short Term Sources Pool purchases Bi-lateral Sales( PTC etc.) UI Sales Pool Transaction ( Sales) TOTAL MARKET TOTAL (From All Sources) Variable Cost (Rs. / kWh) Gross Energy Availability (MU) April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU)

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.00 2.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.66

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 75.37 175.84 0.00 0.00 0.00 -175.84 0.00 75.37 0.00 5901.51

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 199.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 -199.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 6062.56

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 245.58 0.00 0.00 0.00 -245.58 0.00 0.00 0.00 5638.39

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 282.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 -282.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 6196.23

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 308.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 -308.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 6198.87

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 186.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 -186.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 6334.48

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 -180.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 6290.17

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 134.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 -134.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 5839.32

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 213.49 0.00 0.00 0.00 -213.49 0.00 0.00 0.00 6372.47

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 273.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 -273.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 6762.49

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27 2041.19 255.14 170.76 245.99 0.09 145.93 170. / kWh) April May June July Aug Gross Energy Availability (MU) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) APGENCO Thermal VTPS I VTPS II VTPS III VTPS IV RTPP I RTPP Stage-II RTPP Stage-III KTPS A KTPS B KTPS C KTPS D KTPS Stage VI RTS B Kakatiya Thermal Power Plant Stage I TOTAL THERMAL MACHKUND PH AP Share TUNGBHADRA PH AP Share USL LSR DONKARAYI SSLM NSPH 1.91 189.19 80.34 113.28 1.26 302.00 0.96 2964.22 8.74 1.00 35.30 127.00 416.19 255.06 1882.63 10.78 2481.04 0.25 11.35 26.62 29.93 20.32 252.96 1966.10 90.00 136.59 128.89 137.03 113.02 554.40 269.81 269.09 145.04 245.97 26.39 2654.40 269.16 0.62 480.56 132.43 140.53 -0.00 0.40 196.88 13.84 132.33 246.84 249.53 6.84 167.85 42.74 1.40 269.00 17.44 0.71 260.00 2188.09 66.13 246.71 62.86 36.07 115.88 0.37 14.01 252.40 249.00 0.24 14.78 80.02 319.00 34.16 1.78 2749.92 0.80 1155.02 145.22 1548.67 98.84 246.62 -0.00 0.77 269.86 0.59 302.81 121.00 544.84 251.75 141.84 0.41 249.10 278.56 219.04 102.21 25006.30 80.83 0.71 34.84 185.02 319.99 261.46 -0.24 13.43 309.57 1.41 2006.00 0.97 270.00 145.92 0.26 392.14 113.78 1849.00 34.02 145.40 249.67 239 .64 2732.52 1592.01 249.00 2170.95 99.74 1639.91 122.40 269.44 270.17 14.62 480.02 3.74 1639.00 0.40 269.37 23.26 0.ANNEXURE-E(ii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability – APERC FY 2009-10 Generating Station Variable Cost (Rs.84 268.83 189.00 0.90 12.12 131.84 246.95 0.00 82.04 1576.54 397.88 0.17 12.96 0.25 31.41 2006.27 2041.02 403.02 319.99 0.28 26.49 3438.07 17.74 131.57 55.48 20.02 145.00 132.00 38.21 25006.95 245.80 1155.91 49.84 246.00 0.00 416.67 48.30 9.40 269.02 145.42 0.00 38.20 68.63 101.06 131.35 26.33 219.45 0.86 388.22 1952.71 260.11 0.84 229.26 137.30 31.51 0.54 259.56 219.28 1.41 11.00 0.84 249.97 541.91 122.00 1.55 247.84 13.38 245.83 0.76 245.00 0.89 137.34 11.44 110.74 132.40 1.49 3438.00 0.64 25.48 0.36 1.84 0.55 115.88 11.78 1962.98 269.04 245.74 59.72 11.14 113.74 145.14 0.74 219.74 293.93 170.57 1.52 0.00 119.00 0.68 27.28 1.24 81.03 246.09 145.34 51.84 255.00 1596.09 145.67 2964.40 149.00 2133.99 0.63 2.06 288.18 246.64 2732.30 -0.59 255.96 16.00 0.92 269.74 145.89 25.00 136.78 2710.00 140.01 252.54 252.70 42.00 260.04 1576.01 30.42 12.00 38.83 104.00 0.26 10.06 1882.36 104.00 38.19 249.76 0.26 302.74 145.00 34.00 0.00 0.74 24.39 2654.22 0.00 36.41 6.77 255.72 29.78 1125.72 132.22 26.71 102.43 140.40 245.59 64.74 1.00 34.09 200.29 121.22 1952.77 68.57 1.00 30.13 103.42 38.40 269.26 137.22 1548.53 113.59 2.78 2574.66 270.84 206.02 238.00 35.00 0.53 43.96 1966.04 245.33 99.78 1464.02 554.52 1592.83 0.00 108.84 34.

00 0.00 0.80 3.43 41.46 0.51 -0.02 2.00 0.37 0.38 3151.00 0.95 578.62 -0.94 1.00 0.56 0.00 488.00 0.21 120.00 0.00 0.12 1.00 0.00 408.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.56 0.02 -0.68 0.93 3086.00 2499.52 0.04 -0.05 7076.00 511.37 1.91 128.46 124.02 0.87 -0.14 0.02 249.00 457.00 0.78 44.04 -0.06 1389.00 0.97 4.61 606.00 8968.90 -0.00 436.04 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.99 13.00 0.37 -0.70 34262.01 0.02 -0.89 7.14 1.00 0.86 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.61 634.00 0.00 0.33 7.48 25.00 505.00 0.53 -0.07 5.46 124.23 2350.00 284.00 0.23 1.00 0.63 0.61 613.00 0.02 49. / kWh) 0.76 41.70 34262.41 13.68 0.97 -0.00 0.07 2.56 2361.69 7.02 -0.02 -0.00 0.04 -0.78 0.06 1389.83 2605.40 9.02 0.00 404.37 1.67 5.05 -0.23 2350.00 0.03 18.69 7.30 191.59 -0.00 1701.00 476.02 1.64 6.03 4.02 1.00 0.00 187.84 0.00 0.03 0.50 -0.43 0.06 120.00 0.00 488.00 0.00 0.94 21.05 7076.41 46.00 0.48 124.00 0.00 0.02 1.72 124.61 613.00 145.00 0.39 -0.46 73.01 0.00 0.08 0.00 0.30 0.61 529.39 124.97 0.86 April May June July Aug Gross Energy Availability (MU) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) NSRCPH NSLCPH POCHAMPAD PH NIZAMSAGAR PH PABM MINI HYDRO&OTHERS SINGUR SSLM LCPH Nagarjunasagar Tail Pond Dam Power House Priyadarshini Jurala Hydro Electric Project.00 1523.34 1.45 0.00 0.11 -0.88 0.00 0.00 0.30 561.00 1060.00 0.02 3.58 1.44 3187.00 0.00 0.02 0.00 0.00 399.97 17.09 20.01 -0.34 0.13 0.00 0.02 -0.00 0.63 2.19 545.00 0.00 8968.02 89.04 -0.16 8.12 0.11 145.02 149.22 1.00 0.00 211.15 2886.78 2827.24 -0.39 124.95 529.AP Share Lower Jurala Hydro Electric Project TOTAL HYDRO TOTAL APGENCO Central Generating Stations NTPC NTPC (SR) NTPC (SR) NTPC (SR) Stage III Total NTPC(SR) -0.63 0.00 0.35 58.00 509.93 22.00 518.00 0.36 2909.00 0.00 0.00 5687.78 3268.02 14.91 -0.28 634.00 0.72 -0.00 0.00 0.10 32.07 -0.02 7.39 1.00 5687.88 -0.74 0.13 73.03 0.89 0.85 0.00 0.56 2358.00 509.03 490.28 1.03 1.89 33.00 0.00 509.16 26.84 13.ANNEXURE-E(ii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability – APERC FY 2009-10 Generating Station Variable Cost (Rs.07 2.66 0.03 538.99 13.47 56.39 1.00 481.00 0.00 0.02 1.00 0.00 0.00 -0.03 -0.00 488.19 1.21 -0.58 -0.97 191.00 0.03 45.35 58.77 -0.89 0.94 3120.00 0.00 405.59 88.00 1687.01 -0.61 634.02 104.03 -0.02 -0.30 509.00 0.11 1.07 0.04 1.00 0.68 0.00 0.12 1.00 0.79 0.61 634.33 240 .39 124.59 88.

00 0.00 663.00 34.00 230.00 0.97 0.00 663.76 1.00 0.00 0.00 562.00 7406.00 0.00 0.00 0.79 0.00 0.00 268.44 113.00 596.56 0.Simhadri NTPC Simhadri Stage I NTPC Simhadri Stage II Total NTPC- 0.62 0.29 166.00 0.00 0.19 1794.00 0.00 0.00 0.67 0.58 0.21 0.65 0.39 0.92 0.15 0.61 173.00 0.00 22.93 139.00 7406.00 841.59 0.46 1146.00 275.00 562.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3118.00 663.17 0.00 827.00 0.00 207.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3118.40 67.00 0.00 648.58 0.00 663.65 0.00 0.11 78.14 78.00 0.07 80.56 0.00 663.00 0.77 0.00 0.00 663.00 663.67 0.00 0.00 22.00 0.00 0.00 0.90 0.00 276.00 0.00 7406.00 648.41 1.00 640.28 0.00 276.00 49.27 90.59 0.ANNEXURE-E(ii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability – APERC FY 2009-10 Generating Station Variable Cost (Rs.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 663.00 0.00 7406.22 0.58 816.00 268.35 117.00 0.00 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.58 816.56 133.00 1.00 663.00 0.00 0.00 0.59 102.62 105.67 0.00 277.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.93 173.00 0.76 0.00 0.14 80.00 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.11 80.00 0.07 180.06 0.00 0.00 899.93 175.00 0.17 139.00 3118.00 0.00 22.00 52.85 0.00 0.00 911.00 267.00 265.65 0.06 0.83 0.42 77.00 0.60 116.00 62.00 0.59 0.61 173.37 1.00 230.00 0.97 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.55 0.00 0.00 43.Stage 1 Talcher Stage 2 Others Total NTPC(ER) Total NTPC NLC TS-II Stage-I Stage-II Total NLC NPC NPC-MAPS NPC-Kaiga unit I NPC-Kaiga unit II Total NPC NTPC .00 0.00 259.00 640.00 254.00 0.15 81.00 663.00 0.11 80.00 0.06 0.00 0.90 72.00 22.00 49.28 2034.00 275.51 83.00 0.00 267.14 80.00 0.00 640.65 0.00 0.00 0.00 70.26 70.10 0.00 0.00 1.19 1794.90 72.15 0.90 72.46 0.26 70.00 0.00 0.13 70.06 0.00 52.00 0.00 880.00 0.18 0.00 0.00 249.00 207.11 78.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.72 0.77 133.00 0.00 276.00 0.00 0.00 21.00 0.14 80.00 0.61 159.67 0.30 0.00 350.58 0.97 0.00 62.34 0.00 838.00 0.79 0.00 881.00 350.99 1.00 0.00 0.00 276.67 0.38 149.00 640.78 183.00 0.00 0.51 83.85 0.00 268.00 777.00 0.90 72.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 22.46 1146.34 0.00 277.00 663.99 0.99 155.00 0.00 0.93 175.00 22.61 170.00 69.00 268.00 0.00 10194.00 0.79 0.66 74.00 805.46 0.00 22.00 909.06 0.75 958.46 1.00 0.72 0.85 0.00 0.00 22.00 265.15 241 .00 0.56 0.00 0.00 0.00 11.90 36.00 259.91 96.75 958.00 0.00 663.00 0.00 0.14 78.00 783.56 0.65 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.49 0.00 0.77 133.00 10194.53 0.90 72.26 70.28 0.00 0.00 3118.00 836.00 596.56 165.00 0.93 175.00 254.00 0.93 173.98 0.90 72.28 2034.00 22.40 0.00 0.17 0.00 22.62 0. / kWh) April May June July Aug Gross Energy Availability (MU) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) NTPC (ER) Farakka Kahalgaon Talcher .97 0.34 0.00 0.16 1.14 80.80 113.00 0.40 84.01 126.00 0.00 0.00 36.00 0.00 0.00 249.00 64.00 640.00 0.78 176.00 0.00 0.28 0.21 0.93 175.00 0.00 640.00 0.00 0.22 0.02 0.00 0.

41 0.00 64.00 1754.00 0.00 239.33 2221.00 21429.33 165.00 27.13 0.00 333.61 170.81 0.00 0.18 0.57 185.41 2012.65 1683.00 0.00 265.51 0.00 5.00 1.00 23.82 0.40 0.00 183.36 0.13 0.00 133.00 25.00 0.00 0.00 0.10 1.00 1804.00 0.91 0.00 0.00 257.65 0.22 0.61 170.83 141.89 214.33 0.00 4.14 0.51 0.23 0.14 0.00 0.00 0.31 205.68 159.14 0.10 0.00 5.00 108.90 0.00 0.00 257.71 0.00 1580.00 1931.24 0.00 140.68 72.74 146.00 1754.72 0.33 0.53 0.61 170.31 205.00 23.62 0.00 27.00 0.00 0.00 0.61 170.00 5.90 0.00 0.14 0.00 0.43 0.00 0.40 0.33 0.14 0.78 98.00 0.00 1580.00 5.78 1.00 136.00 3041.00 28.00 0.00 1646.78 1.89 214.15 91.00 23.00 1833.00 0.00 0.00 28.00 5.40 0.00 23.00 5.00 22.21 1.00 0.74 0.83 138.00 5.00 0.40 198.00 28.00 0.29 98.43 0.78 242 .00 28.00 3041.61 170.00 5.38 207.94 0.00 1775.00 0.94 0.36 193.38 207.44 98.00 333.00 0.40 0.96 1608.33 165.57 0.38 207.00 23.33 0.00 265.00 268.68 154.00 127.88 0.14 2523.00 0.38 207.08 0.65 0.00 0.51 0.65 0.31 205.41 2012.00 0.24 149.00 0.68 159.33 2221. / kWh) April May June July Aug Gross Energy Availability (MU) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) Simhadri CGS .29 141.00 21429.00 136.00 1842.00 140.28 1.51 0.72 0.65 1683.51 0.98 0.01 159.53 0.00 0.01 0.31 205.41 1196.00 0.00 0.00 137.44 101.53 0.00 0.68 159.72 0.00 27.00 133.00 0.00 0.78 0.00 5.59 101.97 0.74 0.00 0.00 24.90 0.96 1608.00 0.ANNEXURE-E(ii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability – APERC FY 2009-10 Generating Station Variable Cost (Rs.78 1.56 0.00 0.82 0.16 0.00 1429.74 0.00 0.07 101.00 22.14 2523.65 0.00 0.09 146.56 137.32 78.44 98.59 101.83 143.41 1196.11 154.00 1811.00 0.00 0.00 0.78 154.61 170.19 0.34 1.89 214.51 0.00 0.20 125.59 101.New TOTAL CGS APGPCL APGPCL I Allocated capacity APGPCL I Unutilised capacity APGPCL II Allocated capacity APGPCL II Unutilised capacity Total APGPCL IPPS GVK Spectrum Kondapalli (Naphtha) Kondapalli (Gas) BSES GVK Extension Vemagiri Gautami Konaseema 1.00 265.02 0.00 0.11 154.29 135.40 0.83 139.89 214.00 140.89 214.00 0.11 61.00 1931.65 0.57 0.53 0.59 101.13 0.00 0.00 64.17 132.53 0.61 170.89 214.00 0.00 0.00 22.00 20.00 253.74 0.00 0.93 1.33 165.00 28.53 0.00 0.00 265.00 27.33 165.72 0.82 0.68 154.33 0.51 0.00 140.88 0.00 5.00 22.00 257.00 23.00 5.14 0.00 268.00 0.00 265.44 101.00 265.40 198.00 0.31 205.00 28.00 19.00 0.59 0.31 205.00 0.00 0.40 0.00 105.00 1915.00 0.18 0.89 214.90 0.31 205.40 198.23 0.97 144.00 0.65 0.48 0.65 0.

58 10.00 0.81 0.66 0.82 0.00 243 .00 8.87 1254.17 1359.00 101.00 0.25 37.32 1.14 6.60 0.00 5.14 6.00 7.01 1.00 0.Industrial Waste based power project NCE .43 10.00 11.00 104.40 70.94 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.80 3.00 0.00 0.76 0.00 0.94 0.20 12.75 10.00 0.99 71.00 0.00 0.00 3.97 5.92 3.00 11.67 6198.84 15.04 18.61 1.95 0.00 2764.72 0.00 0.52 155.04 16.30 63.82 6858.00 0.47 33.76 0.00 0.64 0.89 13.24 0.23 37.40 13.00 212.39 0.32 1. / kWh) 1.00 0.97 5.24 0.85 5.00 0.00 249.00 104.22 0.00 0.45 16.00 104.00 7.00 1229.72 0.61 1.23 1312.00 0.00 0.64 309.11 174.00 0.Bagasse NCE .64 6196.24 0.64 0.76 0.00 0.52 155.00 0.76 6388.00 0.09 0.00 11.72 36.00 11.40 13.00 0.98 0.00 104.64 5962.03 64.00 7.14 6.36 2.12 6.00 251.00 10.32 1.00 226.Wind Power NCE .75 10.00 10.78 0.40 67.72 0.41 0.00 0.25 6290.12 6.00 110.00 101.00 0.00 0.66 0.00 0.40 70.53 0.48 1329.00 8.64 5638.78 12.25 0.64 5638.00 110.11 174.53 April May June July Aug Gross Energy Availability (MU) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total Net Energy Availability (MU) TOTAL IPPS NCE NCE .22 804.40 13.34 0.00 104.00 0.56 1.72 0.64 0.25 10.04 16.40 13.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.14 6.00 0.00 110.84 9.54 12.39 1397.82 0.81 15867.00 245.00 110.03 64.00 11.00 11.00 101.72 0.64 309.13 20.72 36.49 1262.00 212.60 0.67 0.00 104.00 241.00 7.26 1274.01 1.00 0.97 5.00 0.00 0.40 67.00 0.14 0.01 1.Bio-Mass NCE .00 0.00 0.00 0.89 13.04 18.00 7.12 3.04 9.00 11.13 20.76 6372.00 0.25 6334.03 67.03 64.00 11.00 219.00 251.66 0.00 0.10 1125.00 0.00 0.00 0.99 71.04 0.66 0.00 0.47 1372.55 0.54 12.20 12.10 1.04 9.00 0.41 0.23 37.Municipal Waste to Energy NCE .00 0.84 1385.88 1397.40 67.68 0.33 5.72 0.00 1229.00 104.00 0.00 0.84 0.40 67.Mini Hydel NCE .00 0.22 0.76 6762.00 0.32 1396.25 37.00 238.00 0.44 0.72 0.25 0.01 1.40 70.00 101.24 0.60 74480.19 0.91 0.00 94.22 804.53 0.00 0.00 8.76 5839.84 15.00 0.89 13.12 6.23 0.84 12.91 1.00 0.00 0.00 209.NCL Energy Ltd NCE-Others TOTAL NCE OTHERS Srivathsa LVS Vishakapatnam Steel Plant NB Ferro Alloys TOTAL OTHERS Grand Total 3.00 7.00 5.64 0.00 0.91 1.76 0.84 0.00 0.04 16.ANNEXURE-E(ii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY Energy Availability – APERC FY 2009-10 Generating Station Variable Cost (Rs.00 7.00 206.00 7.78 0.16 2.00 0.60 74480.42 15867.00 2764.

88 11.64 25.04 16.58 10.92 101.01 1.12 6.62 -0.04 18.93 419.91 1.83 45.ANNEXURE-E(iii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE DESPATCH OF ENERGY Energy Despatch – APERC FY 2009-10 Station Name Variable Cost (Rs.48 25.22 804.77 -0.36 2.97 5.07 17.14 78.72 21.36 104.04 9.40 70.05 -0.10 90.92 3.09 200.59 88.02 3.14 6.24 14.30 -0.80 3.33 94.62 29.17 12.84 13.91 1.41 13.67 98.58 1.83 104.00 0.63 2.01 -0.90 72.91 122.66 22.11 78.90 72.10 1.20 12.62 480.88 13.72 22.04 16.35 58.55 22.99 0.90 72.30 31.66 22.29 417.77 -0.13 20.47 33.67 5.04 26.40 70.35 26.84 9.18 -0.12 6.40 67.84 12.90 72.30 9.48 20.72 11.11 78.25 37.90 72.51 -0.13 103.78 12.32 1.93 349.54 7.39 6.00 0.72 -0.93 427.71 34.93 422.25 37.40 70.58 816.00 0.03 64.55 115.04 18.79 101.03 4.Bio-Mass NCE .26 10./kWh) 3.45 244 .72 36.16 8.Industrial Waste based power project NCE .59 64.19 104.43 10.66 22.25 31.11 80.74 59.45 16.20 12.03 64.26 70.37 April May June July Aug Energy Despatch (in MUs) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total NCE .75 10.40 13.97 541.06 104.00 0.03 -0.00 0.74 0.32 1.99 71.14 80.13 70.22 1952.14 80.93 170.90 72.04 14.11 174.01 1.41 11.61 372.01 1.14 80.69 7.02 403.42 77.04 8.93 382.34 51.28 4799.55 101.40 67.77 68.12 3.40 9.84 34.59 23.84 13.70 42.26 101.01 1.72 22.54 397.14 6.94 1.96 16.24 13.41 104.77 20.00 0.39 1.40 13.85 42.24 81.87 27.86 388.23 37.89 25.40 67.61 414.00 0.56 1.02 -0.00 0.03 113.42 12.18 0.09 66.40 67.72 22.40 13.42 38.99 104.03 0.78 80.02 7.95 1229.97 26.75 141.94 21.34 113.97 17.00 0.40 67.02 -0.53 -0.64 6.23 1.NCL Energy Ltd NPC-MAPS NPC-Kaiga unit I NPC-Kaiga unit II 104.32 1.Mini Hydel NCE .98 33.17 14.88 10.33 5.61 411.00 544.72 22.Wind Power NCE .92 -0.59 2.91 49.02 3.16 2.57 55.12 1.75 958.72 11.04 26.87 104.22 26.14 78.53 -0.30 63.97 5.72 22.90 12.99 0.41 2006.40 13.34 11.61 1.97 4.23 37.26 0.86 36.61 383.67 191.03 46.04 -0.59 128.52 155.02 -0.03 64.81 22.25 11.93 395.41 6.14 80.85 5.54 12.00 -0.11 219.80 3.91 2.53 43.14 104.61 1.25 10.07 80.01 -0.00 0.90 36.89 13.Municipal Waste to Energy NCE .10 278.26 392.34 0.00 0.04 16.75 10.24 259.26 70.26 70.64 309.80 1155.96 -0.46 0.12 6.89 13.03 67.78 1.04 30.04 9.14 6.97 5.72 29.84 15.00 MACHKUND PH AP Share TUNGBHADRA PH AP Share USL LSR DONKARAYI SSLM NSPH NSRCPH NSLCPH POCHAMPAD PH NIZAMSAGAR PH 0.84 15.93 402.04 102.89 13.33 32.11 80.67 48.54 12.72 36.66 22.00 24.02 0.29 121.Bagasse NCE .03 -0.14 6.

22 245 .00 0.90 596.28 0.28 1.16 1.78 5.00 0.02 1.00 0./kWh) 0.03 0.89 0.40 640.00 145.76 154.99 245.00 0.56 23.00 0.14 663.51 11.06 131.29 135.44 137.14 663.00 0.82 110.00 219.26 136.02 -0.93 267.56 105.02 1.00 1592.08 0.00 0.71 127.74 7406.02 0.00 0.44 141.02 -0.78 5.02 0.51 0.20 41.00 3438.58 23.68 0.79 19.00 0.00 490.33 8.64 159.85 22.00 5.00 0.30 275.02 1.07 141.41 268.56 0.56 20.74 133.89 26.21 20.28 1.89 207.29 0.03 1.02 1.67 23.00 131.51 8.09 0.97 268.59 138.88 1.90 -0.00 145.44 146.06 22.16 1.76 159.82 154.00 145.88 245.02 145.00 132.00 309.40 640.00 April May June July Aug Energy Despatch (in MUs) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total PABM MINI HYDRO&OTHERS SINGUR Nagarjunasagar Tail Pond Dam Power House Priyadarshini Jurala Hydro Electric ProjectAP Share Lower Jurala Hydro Electric Project SSLM LCPH Talcher .94 140.59 146.00 0.21 1.09 0.00 137.33 11.51 7.78 5.59 140.09 0.Simhadri KTPS D Kakatiya Thermal Power Plant Stage I APGPCL I .00 89.02 1.00 145.50 -0.25 159.59 119.00 545.92 245.03 276.78 5.36 140.23 136.99 13.00 99.74 0.34 23.Allocated capacity NTPC.83 0.91 -0.33 11.03 -0.85 0.92 245.00 14.39 23.78 4.00 319.68 0.03 -0.83 0.12 1.64 149.03 1.00 104.00 0.00 101.00 238.00 137.51 10.33 115.33 7.32 0.02 145.83 245.00 293.02 145.95 5.17 0.02 1.24 277.37 249.98 133.00 538.14 350.00 18.14 663.40 562.74 140.00 302.51 5.24 1.49 1576.52 0.99 245.00 302.78 0.97 3118.82 108.13 1580.Allocated capacity Srivathsa BSES Spectrum GVK KTPS Stage VI KTPS C KTPS A -0.63 0.46 22.00 319.00 5.59 23.ANNEXURE-E(iii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE DESPATCH OF ENERGY Energy Despatch – APERC FY 2009-10 Station Name Variable Cost (Rs.40 640.02 -0.43 0.78 132.47 -0.00 302.78 5.78 5.14 663.00 2350.59 78.13 137.00 56.00 0.00 0.02 2.64 159.78 5.00 5.09 145.09 1.78 -0.00 249.00 132.20 0.00 0.39 -0.00 319.00 0.76 0.22 0.81 41.00 0.56 22.00 0.02 -0.41 1608.14 663.00 288.14 1.44 143.00 1966.07 2.10 254.76 154.00 49.02 -0.00 149.02 145.83 0.15 1.00 0.33 136.64 154.99 0.97 7.76 144.43 140.89 7.20 1.59 139.29 0.02 -0.74 82.62 -0.45 0.18 1.00 5.63 230.19 -0.00 44.67 72.43 0.00 0.06 268.02 -0.12 0.00 140.00 219.96 0.21 265.23 0.Stage 2 APGPCL II .60 1683.84 0.11 245.00 0.00 0.41 663.89 276.00 0.15 125.07 -0.83 0.00 0.25 61.28 1.58 -0.51 11.83 245.21 64.74 132.26 136.51 7.83 0.

91 38.95 84.84 43.39 38.52 185.56 2303.21 35.41 170.24 481.38 62.00 0.55 0.40 269.82 145.71 261.86 68.74 91.00 0.76 81.05 3041.61 183.06 544.19 121.72 73.00 0.00 0.00 0.95 0.13 34.26 124.02 124.00 49.00 0.95 83.71 260.00 0.00 0.19 30.07 98.00 5156.72 0.54 52.61 0.00 0.64 2640.36 0.55 0.40 102.57 1.14 229.00 0.40 269.00 0.00 0.06 34.00 0.84 246.00 0.74 1.00 0.91 260.00 0.38 89.00 0.78 145.68 408.57 185.60 269.45 70.01 252.76 105.37 1.85 803.30 257.46 36.44 0.00 0.00 0.61 156.40 270.96 0.02 128.00 0.00 0.00 0.30 80.00 0.78 1.30 265.00 0.40 1.00 0.19 2041.78 154.00 0.84 62.00 0.19 163.00 0.74 137.46 17.93 145.00 5568.59 255.30 127.00 0.14 104.02 124.65 5687.48 0.84 37.57 1.40 269.00 0.01 252.00 0.72 35.00 0.00 6366.66 113.40 196.76 83.61 265.78 1.56 249.00 101.00 68099.04 90.00 0.04 113.00 0.51 246.44 269.00 0.99 80.00 0.00 6109.00 98.84 246.84 69.00 0.00 0.33 45.86 96.99 0.36 1882.70 99.00 0.77 0.27 0.00 0.00 5400.33 124.00 0.00 0.00 0.84 108.00 5322.00 0.44 0.70 131.00 0.68 509.97 457.74 648.34 1.51 189.00 5670.39 38.00 0.16 0.00 0.57 283.00 0.28 253.00 0.61 265.56 0.43 124.00 0.84 49.00 0.00 0.73 246 .00 0.00 98.00 5527.00 0.00 0.80 269.00 0.00 0.61 99.00 6388.00 5313.06 416.68 488.88 0.84 185.00 5526.67 0.74 1.46 1.11 488.00 5747.61 265.52 206.84 36.46 2964.00 0.81 132.61 265.95 239.91 1548.00 0.00 0.04 113.61 257.35 249.02 1639.00 0.61 48.68 404.40 269.78 249.84 34.24 0.11 488.88 0.01 252.00 0.84 247.00 0.11 436.33 165.48 34.74 1.00 0.56 249.71 260.36 193.61 257.33 134.00 0.74 124.71 251.15 246.40 270.46 34.01 0.78 April May June July Aug Energy Despatch (in MUs) Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March Total KTPS B NTPC (SR) Stage III Kondapalli (Gas) NTPC (SR) RTS B NLC Stage-II VTPS IV NLC Stage-I VTPS I VTPS II VTPS III RTPP Stage-II RTPP I RTPP Stage-III GVK Extension Vemagiri Gautami Konaseema LVS TOTAL 140.39 38.40 269.02 124.28 1.66 189.40 255.06 120.04 137.78 249.77 249.00 0.53 255.52 1389.00 0.68 509.40 270.42 259.84 246.00 0.68 509.84 62.13 246.00 0.00 19.00 0.59 252.00 52.14 268.38 74.78 1.84 64.32 102.00 0.00 101.97 113.00 110.26 120.57 1.00 0.ANNEXURE-E(iii) STATION-WISE AND MONTH-WISE DESPATCH OF ENERGY Energy Despatch – APERC FY 2009-10 Station Name Variable Cost (Rs.63 73.85 750.27 269.01 505.00 0.34 1.04 116.25 145./kWh) 1.96 1146.00 0.36 1.74 39.00 0.95 265.07 149.00 0.00 0.28 1.14 167.74 101.40 269.00 0.62 246.00 0.00 0.17 249.40 269.

43 893.00% CGS (MU) 132kV 21429.36 15.88 449.50 4.808 670.88% Loss(MU) & % Loss incl. 9216.16 132kV 8281.T.04 639.37 7791.09 132kV 1496.87% CGS (MU) 3400.1012 10027.85 Voltage L.88 TOTAL 8316.7381 1394.00% 247 .572 981.314 1336.43 PGCIL Loss (MU) 21429.8635 15363.81 132kV 2157.25 33kV 4287.0683 1465.17 Voltage Sales LT L.96 411.61 4.43 9804.84 4. 11kV 33kV 132kV PGCIL FY2010 5.49328 31564.65066 1561.0452 10804.41% D.47 % Loss up to said voltage : 7254.7118 11kV 1398.19% ` Loss(MU) & % Loss incl.73 10.37 16.84% D.00 4.01 2540.84% 7208.00 4663. Loss PGC Loss TOTAL 11kV 6459.37 16.18 5645.20 33kV 6438.8582 9885.6965 1353.T. Loss PGC Loss TOTAL 11kV 39940.61% 10945.80 6999. 11kV 33kV 132kV PGCIL FY2010 7. 11kV 33kV 132kV PGCIL FY2010 6.85 Voltage L.ANNEXURE-F POWER PURCHASE (IN MU) WITH SALES AND LOSSES FY 2009-10 DISCOM EPDCL CGS Share 15.565 1596.16 4.73 16.62 4.22 12.07 7477. Loss: T.93 11kV 3531.52% 1702.78 15.T.11 132kV 6388.06% CGS (MU) 9870.16 33kV 41628.9536 33kV 6122.44 33kV 10732.90 8641.22 37999.12 199. Loss: T.00 5.70 % Loss up to said voltage : 11772. Loss: T.09 11kV 7115.17 Voltage Sales LT L.65 2795.71 % Loss up to said voltage : 11kV 5900.396 1469.2508 11kV 890.31 % Loss up to said voltage : 20993. 5343.12 14.00 5.71 6136.24% Loss(MU) & % Loss incl.T.03 Loss(MU) & % Loss incl.33 33kV 645.07% 132kV 11198.0625 8197.66 15562.35 4.17 Voltage Sales LT L.17 TOTAL 57201.81 4469.19 1503.00 4.2783 242.23 13.00 4.7843 699.25% D.52 33kV 18009.1963 11kV 1295.16 4.04% 3435.14 67206. 35366.74% 132kV 18791.PGCIL : DISCOM CPDCL CGS Share 46.25 141.38 31152.37 411.7046 10.1495 1024.04 12.61 10898.80 14.40 Voltage L.T.PGCIL : DISCOM NPDCL CGS Share 15. 15099.40 TOTAL 9441.80% CGS (MU) 3385.21 % Loss up to said voltage : 7396.89% CGS Share 100.14702 2251.70 56128.49 4043.00 4.198 13599.5564 7977.52% 1158.6684 232.16 4. Loss PGC Loss TOTAL 11kV 10303.77 3717.03 TOTAL 13022.T.61 Loss(MU) & % Loss incl.81% D.75 17.325 1404. Loss PGC Loss TOTAL 68099.27 8129.07 4.33 Voltage L.PGCIL : DISCOM SPDCL CGS Share 22.77 3874.89 26354.91 33kV 6763.T.82 1711.36 1295.7 1530.91 3654.1968 1173. Loss PGC Loss TOTAL 11kV 17276.67 12.T.T.88 11.19 11. Loss: T.16 4.96 132kV 3502. 11kV 33kV 132kV PGCIL FY2010 8.32% 132kV 43435.75 132kV 1125.29% 132kV 7057.14% 912.60 5142.77 893.00 33kV 1282.94 15.47 13.60 6708.62 33kV 222.497 9. 5706.45 141. Loss: T.17 Voltage Sales LT L.27% CGS (MU) 4772.49% D.90 16412.6501 8.67 4.2114 937.PGCIL : 47417.36 TOTAL 26421.33 3.PGCIL : All Discoms Voltage FY2010 Voltage Sales LT L.

# 100% Energy & Fixed charges to AP till finalization of agreement with Karnataka.98 20.70 127.94 8.13 44.69 32.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Station Dr.90 756.92 415.27 38.61 245. 248 .49 128.) S.82 1.63 Note: The fixed cost computed in the above table is subject to corrections to be carried out upon the determination of Generation Tariff for APGENCO stations.73 108.93 127.41 35.61 118.18 224.60 392.22 39.38 271.33 212.06 18.50 32.39 24.07 53.87 58.57 705.23 42.65 471.55 14.65 3392.28 66.36 Depreciation 93.75 18.69 62.NTTPS stage IV * RTPP stage-I RTPP stage –II KTPS KTPS-V RTS-B KTPP * Sileru Nagarjuna Sagar SRBPH Small Hydel Mini Hydel Ramagir SLBPH Jurala * # Pochampad * Interstate power Grand Total RoCE 250.48 0.36 342.40 78.19 19.73 0.23 0.13 147.00 2.61 6.22 61.75 1.92 14.55 3.97 172.CRS.74 92.00 5.20 146.15 Total Fixed charges 506.65 160.30 67.27 123.31 109.90 179.12 0. *The fixed charges for new stations are in proportion to the availability of units during 2009-10.00 0.84 19.50 32.17 3.47 1.33 O&M 162.62 56.61 42.94 22.47 7.ANNEXURE-G APGENCO'S STATION-WISE FIXED CHARGES FOR FY 2009-10 AS APPROVED BY APERC (RS.38 294. NTTPS Dr.51 1910.16 78.25 0.

00 2.45 -4.64 4577.56 833.11 2.99 0.34 631.90 3.24 0.98 6459.00 141.65 217.89 392.29 616.72 3135.86 2.17 2. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS-SR NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL I & II IPPs NCE & Others Total of allocated sources Other short term sources Sale to other DISCOMs Grand Total 15781.44 1433.34 678.39 688. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 28.41 3801.81 1.69 0.22 1.14 Total Cost (Rs crores) 3227.92 224.55 0.89 392.81 1.00 27.00 0.61 217.95 1621.90 7129.66 21.00 103.80 76.64 0.14 2.59 0.90 1.81 593.59 0.53 4874.01 1.32 668.42 28.14 0.80 35938.97 28.25 33802.00 0.20 153.04 1621.00 36.85 11309.08 2.20 3411.60 213.49 10.15 as approved by APERC APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL IPPs NCE & OTHERS TOTAL D-to-D (Pool) Purchase NCE Cost Adjustment(Deficit) GRAND TOTAL 15440.42 0.ANNEXURE-G(i) CPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 as filed by DISCOM Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 1433.08 2.00 753.05 2.90 4262.94 418.56 14.34 1117.37 1562.69 1226.14 148.13 213.50 3.64 217.01 2794.16 0.99 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 1765.00 2848.56 14.41 6831.34 11650.41 28.49 2.17 92.17 2.02 2155.42 688.08 Incentive.00 141.69 753.00 2725.41 0.20 153.41 2.66 1327.68 1823.00 103.47 1.27 -18.36 16.69 0.07 402.19 3411.98 6459.98 616.50 217.21 Avg.64 7308.35 4130.33 31564.44 0.98 0.09 2.65 1144.95 0.16 249 .90 3632.00 2925.45 0.86 1673.58 418.86 4130.45 -4.00 27.03 92.84 616.90 6584.16 2.07 1192.16 616.16 2.53 7741.82 11.00 0.00 398.98 3213.00 2725.36 2.85 1.25 30730.88 16.00 74.42 21.

00 9.00 1018.00 976. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 9.41 2.63 1417.85 36.83 0.80 258.41 10908.80 420.85 9.77 2577.12 0.33 25.70 36.61 134.75 9.21 1075.20 2.15 52.92 383.00 11.60 0.84 Incentive.37 Total Cost (Rs crores) Avg.92 47.61 134.94 73.49 -200.66 4.47 1.17 0.37 0.41 2.60 1335.92 216.73 41.70 1170.76 2390.75 573.16 958.63 29.19 250 .24 536.00 136.37 10945.72 455.00 0.00 1551.71 491.00 12.79 9.00 603.31 0.41 137.81 110.70 0.48 3996.00 0.12 0.53 Avg.02 -200.81 1.61 5.80 229.72 625.20 603.43 5.70 2507.00 0.66 4.80 1.41 31.63 3.18 211.15 52.15 8.71 0.22 1.44 59.00 36.00 11962.85 1.69 0.73 14.80 232.66 58.95 31.63 143.43 2. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 9.00 49.38 0.00 49.46 0.58 206.77 976.18 -833.00 9.62 164.40 0.75 143.75 2438.08 2.70 0.92 0.43 1417.07 2.38 164.19 2.09 2.69 0.75 Total Cost (Rs crores) 1107.12 Incentive.05 2215.47 0.02 0.05 2.ANNEXURE-G(ii) EPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 as filed by DISCOM Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 491.69 3879.33 13.65 0.41 492.46 1018.00 258.00 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 605.75 0.70 1170.00 25.27 0.12 0.90 1.70 151.Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL IPPs NCE & OTHERS TOTAL D-to-D (Pool) Purchase NCE Cost Adjustment(Surplus) GRAND TOTAL 5296.00 2.33 41.49 0.90 3.50 3.53 47.42 206.73 73.09 2.81 1.75 1343.05 2215.69 1102.36 2.01 1.75 1412.55 3.89 211.Srivathsa LVS Total of allocated sources Other short term sources Purchase from other DISCOMs Sale to other DISCOMs Grand Total 5413.38 556.80 1.69 0.41 409.75 9. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS-SR NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL I & II IPPs NCE & Others NCE Others .00 as approved by APERC Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 556.60 151.75 2398.43 3.60 29.04 392.08 11247.70 1570.00 2.39 48.90 2.73 14.

ANNEXURE-G(iii) NPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 as filed by DISCOM Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) 5437.26 4.52 1175.80 230.01 1519.44 126.69 0.00 0.09 2.11 430.75 628.00 912.52 1175.56 -68.04 138.04 410.01 1.41 2.84 1167.37 144.94 154.89 0.00 48.11 0.08 2.93 2.58 126. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 9.69 3.47 1.86 Avg.67 3.00 259.79 0.32 47.76 212.16 2.84 0.33 52.24 0.15 3896.62 Incentive. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) 2.84 0.79 9.12 8.44 Incentive.11 1080.38 -134.93 2.00 144.00 35.22 1.51 -514. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) 2.00 0.24 10027.81 1.11 APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL IPPs NCE & OTHERS TOTAL D-to-D (Pool) Sale NCE Cost Adjustment(Surplus) GRAND TOTAL 5320.46 47.00 25.49 31.00 35.69 0.81 233.15 APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS-SR NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL I & II IPPs NCE & Others Total of allocated sources Other short term sources Purchase from Other Discom Total Sale to other DISCOMs Grand Total as approved by APERC Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 538.75 135.26 4.01 1302.81 1.00 939.79 9.00 12.50 2.00 48.08 2.00 9.41 2.50 0.99 212.17 -753.45 2709.94 154.94 217.90 2.74 457.55 73.14 12540.00 939.41 Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 493.94 1577.33 2225.00 137.93 Avg.89 0.17 31.94 385.00 939.01 2507.24 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 608. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 9.33 126.43 576.10 12026.94 2518.92 641.44 0.82 1423.84 2115.94 422.34 73.85 -123.15 430.94 259.07 126.00 981.62 Total Cost (Rs crores) 1112.54 5.36 5.71 -123.75 251 .75 135.89 493.33 2225.00 0.00 0.82 Total Cost (Rs crores) 1107.44 0.00 48.05 2.08 11839.24 0.08 10781.35 0.36 2.76 0.85 2585.15 2.84 558.45 59.82 0.66 0.85 1.85 1598.67 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 558.41 394.62 0.00 9.90 1.79 0.00 2.45 1721.47 4014.42 23.76 -203.33 52.04 963.50 0.14 1423.01 2319.

02 1649.15 8.74 13.32 74.29 -331.18 APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL IPPs NCE & OTHERS TOTAL D-to-D (Pool) Sale NCE Cost Adjustment(Surplus) GRAND TOTAL 7465. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 13.00 50.00 13.00 0.35 202.73 103.16 -116.62 -31.10 2.46 18.39 -10.13 576.93 305.40 Avg.33 3123.81 1.83 3385.85 1.27 5632.07 0.74 13.50 3.00 0. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) 2.80 6.90 1.00 2.43 103.69 0.74 0. Income Tax & Others (Rs crores) 13.37 357.21 0.00 0.12 328.00 68.35 Incentive.05 2.12 323.00 1318.19 2007.23 Total Cost (Rs crores) 1560.27 0.00 364.32 74.74 0.80 808.32 -1374.81 1.93 540.65 5468.47 1.32 1997.00 0.21 784.22 1.27 Total Cost (Rs crores) 1553.00 1318.19 3435.19 2312.58 as approved by APERC Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 755.19 2.16 APGENCO Thermal Hydel CGS-SR NTPC Simhadri Stage I APGPCL I & II IPPs NCE & Others Total of allocated sources Other short term sources Purchase from Other DISCOMs Sale to other DISCOMs Grand Total 7630.08 2.33 0.00 17.05 641.06 1.10 2.91 357.41 2.13 194.27 14.01 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 853.82 364.00 0.ANNEXURE-G(iv) SPDCL: POWER PURCHASE COSTS FOR FY 2009-10 as filed by DISCOM Source of Power Load Dispatch (MUs) Fixed Cost (Rs crores) 693.51 189.09 59.19 3698.00 8.41 2.25 8.08 2.27 14.98 44.03 15933.70 17164.48 1351.94 1997.00 13.00 2063.01 0.24 0.39 0.00 36.68 0.74 298.33 357.02 5.78 521.38 252 .05 881.79 44.36 2.80 6. Cost/ unit (Rs/ unit) 2.26 298.97 -20.61 1153.90 3.83 1968.00 1377.73 357.29 2213.29 3533.07 693.82 593.00 1366.03 0.34 0.01 1649.69 0.70 15679.54 553.60 67.18 1153.00 192.16 Incentive.08 2.61 1515.00 50.06 1.20 84.29 -331.14 0.80 5.79 18.00 3449.01 1.71 Total Variable Cost (Rs crores) 784.33 Avg.23 0.41 202.72 15562.51 189.33 3123.00 68.84 67.

26 493.20 732.52 529.9420 1.2990 1.63 793.ANNEXURE-G(v) SUMMARY OF VARIABLE COST FOR FSA CALCULATIONS Total despatch Purchase Total Variable requirement as for DISCOM sales Cost (Rs.2977 1.3372 1.16 748.96 507.3576 0.04 16250.86 5526.40 2066.73 5400.2351 1.3115 1.66 854.86 5526.93 16731.63 5156.19 5568.00 685.63 5156.50 1530.22 740.19 5568.82 6366.91 18865.88 6109.78 5747.98 641.3427 1.74 16251.74 16251.3056 1.89 2206.Crs.43 68099.12 Variable Cost (Rs.9509 0.2156 Month/ Quarter Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 QRT 1 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 QRT 2 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 QRT 3 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 QRT 4 Total 253 .27 2474.81 5322.78 5527.3535 1. per kWh) 1.88 6109.93 16731.73 725.) EHT input (MUs) only (MUs) 5400.25 5670.9184 0.78 5527.9579 0.70 6388.78 5747.91 18865.34 826.3771 1.1152 1.70 5313.43 68099.26 8278.70 5313.82 6366.70 6388.25 5670.04 16250.81 5322.2896 1.

45 211.74 285.32 164.21 4.52 1114.75 509.22 1.27 552.Nondomestic/Commercial Category III (A & B) Industrial Category IV .14 0.09 1127.58 13.61 254 .09 0.10 0.89 588.24 12.92 71.15 0.00 125.34 1.28 116.17 14203.93 290.95 0.73 4.93 5.98 128.33 1150.10 0.60 1.63 569.57 0.38 70.51 3.14 278.13 1.57 1237.47 Nov 2656.25 0.02 910.00 130.37 131.54 10.19 4.89 12.02 3.84 135.49 218.27 298.73 2.08 67.04 3.12 4.39 0.83 18.68 377.66 12.01 534.81 196.83 0.58 Jan 3274.82 1.96 520.64 13.66 118.17 0.94 5.41 0.47 991.00 0.07 9.81 218.13 0.38 336.60 959.34 1.15 4.00 0.11 0.21 4.16 7.69 0.14 351.66 457.84 1057.13 70.12 0.79 4.10 May 2947.53 12.31 MUs Oct 3018.11 0.52 1.07 14.55 1044.05 3.40 577.32 154.33 1572.63 296.53 13.55 76.32 1079.93 1.91 517.36 0.16 3410.51 0.46 136.ANNEXURE-H (i) CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ALL DISCOMs Voltage and Consumer Category LT Category Category I Domestic Category II .20 4433.63 8.15 1.22 13047.69 June 2675.83 3.15 1. St.57 13.58 290.10 14.78 617.27 11.14 353.42 1409.09 866.50 1.27 582.00 133.39 0.81 0.44 7115.07 1060.Irrigation and Agriculture Category VI .13 223.00 1629.53 1.21 279.56 503.32 0.41 315.44 349.13 6438.01 550.00 120.93 9.84 0.18 0.94 0.72 1.92 707.10 0.89 Dec 2936.65 1.60 3.19 84.15 0.59 149.50 0.92 13.09 0.64 4.23 130.00 0.20 14.47 897.31 262.68 March 3474.36 13.10 0.39 538.61 132.59 228.10 0.65 622.22 1.86 18.36 601.94 1.35 0.04 1.94 272.60 11.39 501.61 72.63 0.38 0.52 1077.05 14.17 12.91 90.46 0.36 74.85 526.25 0.88 9.23 0.64 0.97 208. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 33 KV April 2867.93 0.34 1.55 3.14 2.47 160.46 381.00 14.63 5.81 14.51 12.04 582.84 574.00 126.74 13.00 140.26 0.36 4.00 104.29 13.67 0.00 107.91 510.15 0.40 12.56 4.01 1214.02 247.40 543.82 392.40 77.00 138.79 1068.23 0.96 264.07 Feb 3215.44 0.79 1118.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats Category V .83 1264.80 12.94 1480.89 Sept 2818.65 0.00 0.12 131.10 1177.66 1644.29 137.10 0.47 87.49 0.04 Aug 2868.17 2.12 14.17 0.79 384.52 0. Lighting & PWS Category VII .36 1018.09 2.99 675.00 0.92 148.70 264.15 258.81 1097.90 35.52 0.71 362.00 118.71 0.88 279.52 0.52 274.General Purpose Category VIII-Temporary Supply HT Category at 11 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.46 0.02 64.02 66.01 358.99 Total 35366.95 128.Local Bodies.44 1.40 2.98 280.90 July 2612.00 0.47 2834.96 1000.84 1.43 1.95 328.39 544.83 54.

27 0.07 Total 5621.84 5.00 11.17 0.94 34.00 0.43 354.00 130. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 132 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.80 117.00 11.00 125.98 471.67 0.93 16.00 0.37 July 455.77 3.44 5.03 0.34 5.67 4786.31 0.86 0.41 9.23 11.37 0.79 0.87 Sept 461.46 0.00 0.42 36.00 84.00 1549.00 89.00 0.00 67.24 4.15 0.00 0.45 5.22 0.03 0.00 0.38 375.23 683.38 11.00 0.00 0.29 0.05 0.74 0.11 781.42 0.19 717.93 11.77 379.84 8.57 38.61 32.79 5.47 5.70 255 .00 4694.90 0.85 5.65 5.26 0.08 0.00 129.ANNEXURE-H (i) CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 ALL DISCOMs Voltage and Consumer Category HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.07 4.02 69.00 0.19 7.46 5.58 0.75 63.77 5.49 0.99 0.15 0.25 0.99 0.00 4764.08 4.00 976.36 0.26 0.44 5.00 126.36 4.72 0.00 4827.02 54.00 11.96 772.16 0.00 9.22 0.24 6.56 5.93 0.82 41.55 0.74 0.00 0.51 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.15 0.78 June 483.00 647.00 10.59 0.49 0.00 4520.08 0.36 125.13 0.92 41.66 0.52 0.00 11.20 Nov 455.23 0.51 0.37 4.00 118.48 0.26 146.39 19.00 4349.42 4.92 32.08 389.47 0.45 6.18 0.35 6.61 0.11 11.00 4475.15 11.38 0.00 0.00 11.48 0.08 0.00 0.09 414.92 0.45 3.45 72.00 4645.94 378.23 0.00 0.00 592.00 0.27 0.49 6.24 0.97 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-V Railway Traction HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply Total April 440.60 0.25 0.00 136.20 0.23 0.27 0.00 5329.24 21.79 36.34 0.24 0.43 Feb 593.00 667.00 88.85 0.56 0.00 0.70 0.84 454.26 0.76 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.08 0.17 0.00 57201.14 42.47 0.55 0.00 0.22 712.76 0.58 Aug 441.70 0.48 0.50 0.75 38.00 133.00 10.00 5118.13 0.00 4625.00 0.74 0.41 0.08 6.28 0.53 0.40 0.09 0.23 Dec 456.00 78.40 March 479.87 6.05 0.29 0.21 11.38 5.46 0.81 0.51 34.36 0.00 11.00 85.00 5380.73 5.17 80.76 May 438.00 0.30 0.00 80.81 13.54 0.49 0.00 0.00 126.85 408.00 0.64 11.00 0.80 0.63 424.00 75.43 5.00 582.28 0.24 718.33 0.00 139.40 0.49 69.50 0.05 64.00 86.32 5.13 10.00 0.61 0.00 87.00 77.86 0.00 125.12 66.00 0.27 0.86 Jan 478.00 0.10 78.22 0.34 0.19 390.00 136.00 10.44 7.43 0.42 17.75 0.97 18.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.03 5.00 14.13 MUs Oct 438.78 0.00 126.70 0.29 0.62 8.70 0.49 0.99 8281.29 3.00 0.00 10.00 686.65 10.00 4470.65 115.46 382.85 0.00 0.00 0.42 0.49 9.00 0.00 75.88 418.79 35.00 130.00 0.42 0.48 50.00 763.37 3.51 0.14 0.00 727.00 0.

00 0.94 1.60 3531.69 50.26 197.00 0.36 0.00 0.91 326.00 0.85 342.83 3.00 0.10 324.05 0.00 64.34 288.64 53.30 422.41 1.18 5.00 0.51 316.41 0.86 6.79 421.65 511.80 2.00 0.02 209.87 0.42 0.00 928.20 2.00 Total 15099.31 4.23 210.00 74.02 441.32 0.86 132.Nondomestic/Commercial Category III (A & B) .69 6.80 0.00 0.93 0.32 0.60 294.29 489.00 0.61 49.32 259.00 0.90 5201.62 288.21 136.18 0.00 0.31 76.54 146.00 0.00 0.00 1.14 1.96 341.57 293.33 435.25 294.00 88.00 0.59 1.00 73.Industrial Category IV .Irrigation and Agriculture Category VI .00 0.59 0.93 0.00 81.87 391.91 3.61 160.86 6.55 5.95 0.60 6.00 0.68 466.72 4.00 0.13 0.69 293.67 302.53 109.00 0.00 72.21 272.06 133.00 0.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats Category V .90 1.40 444.91 339.00 0.48 49.70 90.83 0.75 333.37 136.93 475.15 0.00 0.10 0.66 371.77 316.00 0.95 4.00 0.22 0.15 6.99 5.86 0.00 72.39 98.00 1.60 1249.58 305.00 0.73 473.06 1.01 369.56 335.41 0.00 88.90 7.49 209.00 0.90 0.00 0.07 98.89 158.00 0.55 0.21 323.36 6.64 154.69 270.00 Nov 1105.38 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 9.00 0. Lighting & PWS Category VII .62 196.15 204.65 131.92 1.93 105.42 45.28 372.84 0.00 0.45 133.58 0.00 0.63 0.33 308.56 1.88 106.64 287.00 0.98 0.34 0.00 0.00 0.34 0.69 3.00 0.52 61.10 0.00 0.94 44.00 0.51 201.89 0.62 417.11 2.86 0. St.96 1.00 0.01 293.09 6.98 178.78 5.86 7.17 0.15 0.38 357.98 0.11 4287.00 0.00 0.55 304.00 0.33 4.00 June 1109.24 4.31 0.00 0.00 47.25 1.31 48.79 0.98 1.33 0.00 July 1053.00 Dec 1276.90 597.89 0.65 0.22 6.09 0.61 0.00 87.88 0.00 0.34 6234.05 1.57 0.71 290.00 0.00 MUs Oct 1274.00 0.25 2476.00 March 1589.15 185.07 2.97 32.00 0.65 0.96 3798.83 292.42 0.04 0.21 1.44 2.94 0.General Purpose Category VIII-Temporary Supply HT Category at 11 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.00 0.00 77.00 Jan 1415.00 0.13 114.48 100.04 0.40 363.00 Sept 1154. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 33 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption April 1222.30 0.30 17.50 398.00 0.22 52.92 0.00 0.01 354.00 0.00 0.ANNEXURE-H(ii) CPDCL:CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 CPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category LT Category Category I Domestic Category II .00 Feb 1461.39 334.43 440.00 256 .81 215.45 0.25 4.36 4.32 433.00 0.93 92.48 657.70 96.55 709.70 400.98 489.63 1.20 5.76 783.00 0.78 0.45 163.18 51.38 6.18 2.54 5.98 48.67 119.00 0.21 0.63 1.00 0.41 286.43 56.24 1.00 May 1239.36 557.70 6.00 0.54 0.43 365.89 3.00 0.00 68.09 378.54 580.00 0.33 196.61 0.91 143.00 0.18 116.00 78.65 286.00 Aug 1196.96 0.62 0.86 0.51 400.66 6.Local Bodies.63 1731.67 0.

00 0.00 2553.98 6.42 9.65 0.17 0.53 0.10 30.44 1.69 0.00 2096.00 6.00 0.19 0.00 0.24 0.57 31.23 9.98 0.00 228.00 1959.31 0.12 14.76 27.00 2162.60 6.00 0.00 0.83 0.00 35.88 179.00 5.70 5.44 1.59 199.29 Nov 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.36 1.00 1999.11 0.31 0.00 6.00 0.00 34.36 2454.42 1.22 0.63 3.09 0.00 0.35 Jan 0.59 1.00 0.00 8.00 292.00 9.00 0.51 0.90 0.23 16.18 0.78 MUs Oct 0.00 0.00 2083.00 0.38 1.18 3.00 0.00 0.00 0.16 56.00 33.59 Sept 0.00 9.18 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 21.00 0.48 25.87 0.73 10.61 28.00 0.00 6.27 0.47 51.00 0.00 9.00 0.71 0.67 212.23 0.54 Total 0.99 3502.23 314.96 53.47 257 .00 0.00 4.00 0.00 10.06 0.37 1.13 0.00 0.00 2071.00 0.02 0.28 0.76 4.84 0.00 0.36 200.20 0.00 0.00 0.15 28.39 190.00 312.45 1.00 0.32 1.00 0.68 110.26 0.17 31.00 2388.38 Feb 0.00 293.90 0.93 10.31 209.00 0.47 1.22 263.00 0.22 0.00 9.00 0.14 3.91 0.10 49.00 0.00 6.56 0.19 0.00 6.25 Aug 0.00 0.24 311.00 2216.00 32.06 32.00 0.05 6.00 0.00 9.00 8.24 0.17 278.00 0.00 26421.84 0.87 March 0.00 0.00 9.00 299.14 0.68 36.00 39.00 33.00 0.47 44.00 2093.00 0.00 0.46 1.04 0.41 0.00 116.65 205.75 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-V Railway Traction HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply Total 0.48 47.35 201.18 422.00 0.00 9.00 300.75 0.00 8.30 3.00 12. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 132 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.80 208.00 5.00 9.43 1.00 0.31 0.00 0.97 50.00 397.59 Dec 0.13 0.92 0.75 6.83 0.00 0.27 0.00 0.69 6.59 1.92 195.51 0.67 0.00 0.96 14.10 0.00 0.47 41.53 0.61 0.76 0.00 70.08 0.42 0.49 1.45 1.84 0.00 0.00 4.ANNEXURE-H(ii) CPDCL:CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 CPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category April Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.00 0.35 May 0.28 0.00 35.00 0.00 37.60 5.00 223.00 0.50 July 0.00 0.14 0.00 0.98 June 0.35 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.00 0.65 10.27 172.82 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.49 0.23 52.00 0.00 32.39 8.81 35.95 0.32 0.72 8.00 0.57 0.00 31.86 383.46 0.00 0.34 0.11 395.84 0.00 29.00 2078.00 5.01 32.01 0.19 266.00 2717.

15 1.73 0.94 0.00 19.00 0.00 5.00 0.ANNEXURE-H(iii) EPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 EPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category LT Category Category I Domestic Category II .00 0.99 0.01 107.00 0.00 5.69 2.77 0.96 0.88 0.63 14.00 0.06 108.73 0.00 5.02 0.91 0.89 29.62 0.19 151.00 52.18 MUs Oct 434.84 0.52 0.68 73.00 0.00 0.00 19.09 73.00 54.15 112.32 0.10 0.02 0.00 0.03 0.11 2.26 30.70 42.15 112.78 2.01 98.21 1.00 53.44 2.00 0.98 258 .01 107.00 0.00 0.34 247.46 0.34 0.00 55.73 0.00 0.16 0.18 139.General Purpose Category VIII-Temporary Supply HT Category at 11 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.64 44.79 0.00 0.12 1.37 0.11 70.81 505.34 41.82 0.72 0.37 0.20 125.00 0.00 0.30 433.72 66.66 255.Industrial Category IV .00 2.95 1322.95 74.46 0.96 48.18 23.59 222.00 0.00 0.78 0.31 51.36 0.43 23.28 0.51 0.15 97.00 16.00 0.76 2.00 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.14 83.01 19.56 May 466.66 69.10 1.59 0.93 201.26 1.47 1.13 91.30 0.29 1.46 July 429.22 0.00 5.41 0.Nondomestic/Commercial Category III (A & B) .00 0.12 Sept 402.35 0.00 0.04 1.00 5.02 108.64 41.29 0.54 20.00 51.89 0.25 20.00 54.93 44.00 0.36 0.34 0.97 28.98 0.03 49.16 14.35 78.42 0.00 6.00 17.80 0.00 5.53 0.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats Category V .18 2.79 40.00 19.00 18.70 Total 5343.01 106.66 256.00 0.00 5.45 562.41 0.00 4.93 0.98 46.02 47.00 50.80 1.00 0.00 645.66 13.00 17.56 0.66 244.11 2.77 9.24 0.73 0.00 57.87 13.55 0.92 221.00 0.72 0. St.87 0.00 51.65 43.26 203.00 0.01 117.85 0.19 19.45 3.45 22.80 0.39 19.38 38.01 115.52 31.00 0.86 72.00 0.00 18.62 43.62 Nov 427.91 Aug 430.73 0.26 0.53 0.95 0.86 Dec 456.83 43.00 52.16 0.00 53.76 35.73 40.00 5.24 239.02 0.11 0.61 0.84 0.98 0.97 2.11 June 450.88 14.00 15.77 Jan 469.27 0.99 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.06 0.51 22.00 56.64 45.21 238.00 0.28 0.00 0.86 2.00 0.19 2.00 0.42 0.00 0.93 12.32 0.92 45.89 39.57 41.00 5.95 0.00 0.00 0.67 69.00 0.00 0.97 2.00 17.00 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.05 103.01 March 466.13 66.00 18.43 45.68 77.18 2733.02 110.06 103.11 0.33 879.81 1.91 0.90 12.95 0.50 208.53 0.Local Bodies.00 107.02 35.09 0.69 0.32 18.33 20.72 2. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 33 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys April 440. Lighting & PWS Category VII .18 77.00 0.00 0.28 1.64 0.71 45.05 46.00 0.19 48.29 1295.57 2.48 0.21 0.00 16.33 32.08 27.02 0.00 0.00 0.99 0.15 0.00 0.Irrigation and Agriculture Category VI .92 13.59 14.00 0.14 42.15 125.00 213.45 43.00 0.37 0.00 0.04 12.00 5.96 39.54 46.00 0.25 211.03 0.53 22.69 16.17 76.35 0.16 0.02 14.29 166.00 0.18 148.00 65.02 45.41 69.69 Feb 468.80 2.11 0.04 24.63 239.00 0.25 1.36 0.

00 786.00 0.22 0.09 0.00 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.81 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 192.66 0.20 0.00 0.12 0.21 0.00 0.92 0.00 0.00 2157.00 42.85 0.00 0.00 193.00 0.18 0.00 753.00 0.65 0.76 0.15 0.00 52.00 817.00 44.78 80.00 46.00 0.00 0.00 50.65 1.79 92.60 0.00 0.00 0.93 1.00 43.24 0.88 Dec 3.46 3.00 0.60 0.00 0.59 0.00 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.36 0.00 0.00 40.00 0.68 March 4.75 0.46 0.00 578.00 0.00 0.00 0.14 0.00 0.00 822.16 1.00 0.08 0.09 0.00 0.00 0.58 Jan 4.00 39.00 176.26 0.39 Total 56.00 0.49 77.21 0.34 0.19 1.00 84.00 40.28 0.00 43.84 0.54 June 4.17 0.40 1064.00 0.00 9441.00 0.00 0.67 0.85 0.02 0.42 0.59 0.00 44.30 Feb 4.00 50.00 46.30 0.00 814.50 0.87 0.00 0.04 83.00 163.00 0.32 0.00 0.00 41.53 0.00 0.00 0.00 804.71 0.56 1.00 0.00 188.76 3.33 0.00 0.10 104.00 0.00 0.19 90.00 0.89 79.00 35.00 190.22 0.71 259 .00 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.72 2.00 499.00 0.50 Aug 5.82 0.28 1.00 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.26 0.00 0.21 2.54 MUs Oct 4.00 38.38 0.88 July 4.25 0.48 0.35 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-V Railway Traction HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply Total 5.68 15.98 0.00 0.00 0.32 0.03 0.00 0.79 Sept 5.68 0.00 809.00 40.00 45.00 46.00 0.00 183.83 0.00 0.50 0.63 83.00 164.52 0.05 0.55 0.77 85.33 0.00 0.00 762.21 0.00 0.21 1.00 0.00 0.37 0.02 1.00 54.00 182.00 0.00 53.00 777.00 779.00 0.38 0.09 1.25 96.43 0.00 0.03 Nov 4.00 0.00 0.58 0.00 0.83 0.02 0.00 44.21 0.00 166.07 0.00 46.00 0.00 171.89 1.20 1.00 0.00 752.00 760.00 184.00 0.00 46.59 May 4.15 14.00 0.49 0.00 0.45 105. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 132 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.ANNEXURE-H(iii) EPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 EPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category April HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.65 0.

00 0.00 Nov 430.44 0.35 138.39 0.51 0.12 25.00 6.94 27.05 0.01 18.53 0.27 23.00 6.12 0.26 28.00 0.06 0.08 0.19 0.52 147.00 0.21 323.00 0.15 26.60 0.02 1.38 117.81 2.Nondomestic/Commercial Category III (A & B) .52 211.98 49.71 5.00 57.46 6.87 0.37 0.18 149.63 0.00 14.02 26.01 40.00 260 .31 6.88 0.09 124.90 18.01 1.23 1.07 0.04 0.00 17.36 137.15 5.00 25.20 0.05 37.61 50.07 0.90 0.35 24.00 Aug 522.35 2.00 Feb 551.56 0.33 0.00 0.59 364.17 36.00 64.00 0.84 0.15 27.00 0.14 40.07 0.47 0.09 73.00 Sept 486.24 0.37 1.51 24.00 0.00 0.77 1.00 0.00 0.36 0.12 2.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats Category V .45 24.00 94.42 1.21 0.17 0.00 16.00 71.71 1661.07 26.60 129.75 26.51 304.90 27.00 0.52 148.00 68.63 367.01 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 33 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans April 425.00 99.69 6.00 0.65 20.03 158.56 0.56 206.12 0.62 254.58 152.08 0.16 23.00 25.00 6.68 6.92 48.41 8.16 118.47 0.00 13.38 0.37 0.00 78.00 0.06 0.49 340.64 0.77 0.00 0.00 0.10 0.70 0.80 0.00 68.00 Jan 579.00 5.74 30.00 0.00 68.72 1.49 329.00 Total 5706.10 0.06 46.97 26.12 5.70 0.83 0.01 144.72 0.48 0.75 0.10 0.24 5.96 0.05 0.20 5.00 1.02 1.01 1.00 0.77 29.08 0.82 25.03 16.97 0.00 15. Lighting & PWS Category VII .00 0.Irrigation and Agriculture Category VI .48 0.10 21.00 1.15 37.12 0.94 33.General Purpose Category VIII-Temporary Supply HT Category at 11 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.78 123.84 28.86 18.07 0.24 0.83 25.18 500.15 27.40 15.00 0.53 309.00 MUs Oct 539.00 6.40 1.97 0.11 21.96 6.50 0.00 0.20 73.26 5.37 19.56 144.12 8.82 0.00 89.47 0.00 63.01 1.86 0.31 27.00 0.44 20.79 0.88 0.12 2.03 0.48 7.00 5.Industrial Category IV .87 27.40 22.14 28.78 0.ANNEXURE-H(IV) NPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 NPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category LT Category Category I Domestic Category II .87 0.44 0.04 24.00 0.89 0.31 24.55 0.38 12.00 5.54 26.00 0.00 23.85 0.00 0.05 7.53 0.68 0.00 5.85 0.14 0. St.09 30.00 May 387.56 0.43 29.00 17.20 890.00 0.11 27.55 0.03 40.44 6.59 265.45 38.00 0.36 3054.47 308.05 0.21 0.13 6.00 6.55 267.40 0.31 24.27 0.55 0.00 0.42 0.28 0.13 2.67 0.00 July 375.00 0.00 24.00 0.00 0.72 6.92 40.05 0.55 28.05 0.50 1.73 0.00 5.00 222.03 0.Local Bodies.00 65.00 0.00 0.00 6.96 55.00 June 348.09 6.60 0.02 140.93 38.38 0.00 6.28 19.00 Dec 471.00 16.02 0.49 25.34 17.95 0.51 26.00 March 590.00 13.00 0.60 8.

17 0.00 0.11 0.29 0.00 3.00 0.00 8316.09 7.00 0.00 0.00 608.88 61.36 0.00 0.56 0.00 67.22 0.01 0.00 0.00 4.00 160.00 0.00 0.99 0.00 0.00 3.72 63.09 13.00 0.00 0.32 0.13 5.00 0.00 98.17 0.00 96.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 0.76 0.00 0.53 0.00 0.71 0.00 4.09 5.88 734.00 0.00 0.00 4.66 0.51 0.00 0.72 0.86 0.29 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.23 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.71 0.09 0.00 0.56 0.10 7.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.30 0.08 14.92 6.00 792.00 0.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 370.00 0.92 0.00 64.15 5.39 0.54 0.00 792.00 0.00 0.72 0.97 61.74 0.00 0.00 0.52 0.ANNEXURE-H(IV) NPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 NPDCL Sales (MU) MUs Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.00 3.05 5.00 754.83 4.11 5.47 4.00 0.51 64.73 59.36 0.37 0.00 4.00 3.41 0.00 0.02 0.52 0.00 29.00 0.02 99.00 124.00 0.00 32.00 0.16 66.00 31.00 0.00 0.00 30.41 0.72 326.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.09 5.00 48.00 0.00 4.85 0.00 0.77 0.06 0.30 57.00 0.00 0.38 0.00 126.00 0.59 0.00 1496.00 3.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 173.00 0.00 530.00 0.09 3.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.61 0.00 31.00 100.31 261 .00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 57.00 0.11 0.00 29.00 0.00 788.80 0.61 0.00 30.00 0.00 0.65 0.93 0.11 0.00 0.00 31.00 758.36 0.00 0.00 0.33 4.00 0.01 0.00 0.21 59.90 0.00 32.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 555.00 0.00 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-V Railway Traction HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply Total 0.07 5.38 0.00 0.07 3.23 0.76 0.00 583.00 0.00 31.00 30.00 0.00 0.27 0.77 4.00 0.48 0.00 0.83 6.47 59.00 0.00 95.00 0.00 0.25 63.42 70.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 29.00 4.00 94.63 5.62 0.10 31.00 0.00 0.93 0.00 98.00 0.00 0.00 0.09 0.79 0.00 0.07 13.00 0.00 0.22 65.71 0.29 0.08 14.00 0.23 0.00 0.00 777. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 132 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial Non-Segregated HT-IV A Govt.00 0.00 0.23 0.70 0.00 682.74 0.00 0.12 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.56 0.00 691.00 0.81 0.00 0.00 0.00 160.00 31.60 0.00 0.00 0.22 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.92 0.78 59.00 166.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.66 60.00 0.

38 March 827.18 0.10 0.11 0.55 2.24 61.07 124.04 0.21 68.52 0.47 300.52 64.15 0.00 3.38 305.46 2.48 3.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats Category V .66 1.01 65.20 359.49 2.34 1.60 37.93 43.19 0.78 1.25 0.70 2.Local Bodies.00 101.57 234.58 275.27 8.20 303.18 71.00 106.00 0.92 0.General Purpose Category VIII-Temporary Supply HT Category at 11 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.96 21.01 111.00 0.84 July 755.11 0.02 63.49 0.25 124.39 0.00 0.00 23.12 0.09 0.58 485.02 1282.12 0.11 1.00 111.76 2.43 339.23 3.35 828.00 25.06 1.99 2.00 Total 9216.00 0.00 110.59 1.78 24.35 66.36 61.00 103.78 40.39 67.49 0.09 17.46 1.91 64.30 274.83 0.28 20.02 0.17 40.00 112.42 263.27 2.05 37.28 0.30 0.09 3.74 297.69 63.49 1.58 64.00 100.46 14.00 0.00 24.59 3.27 17.39 263.61 61.53 49.34 1.85 4.71 0.00 4.14 287.12 Nov 694.53 290.84 0.00 0.00 99.50 0.40 38.92 4.89 68.68 18.45 0.42 1.66 20.75 17.56 0.ANNEXURE-H(v) SPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 SPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category LT Category Category I Domestic Category II .79 1.00 347. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 33 KV April 779. Lighting & PWS Category VII .21 110.08 1.55 80.45 66.28 0.74 0.68 Feb 733.10 0.66 0.46 39.43 0.56 66.64 0.57 0.21 68.00 3.59 0.62 0.72 50.63 0.90 59.00 295.00 4.01 117.78 0.59 0.00 24.27 4.76 0.07 284.68 72.86 2.00 3.46 0.16 1.33 0.13 Jan 810.37 1.00 0.05 3.39 118.21 297.82 69.32 13.Nondomestic/Commercial Category III (A & B) Industrial Category IV .00 122.98 Dec 731.26 0.54 0.00 21.53 311.32 78.51 0.08 3.12 2.16 113.39 16.67 0.00 23.00 823.00 3.99 0.00 18.13 0.01 111.49 1.00 4.90 0.00 21.00 0.00 109. St.94 67.27 263.00 0.00 106.05 69.64 37.75 262 .13 229.00 24.50 295.63 0.59 787.05 25.00 4.50 May 853.61 65.22 0.80 1.75 0.00 18.01 117.66 59.15 0.61 2.42 21.88 2.32 0.15 0.43 3450.28 40.19 71.17 0.54 37.08 297.15 0.53 65.02 3.94 266.51 3591.21 64.01 119.60 0.75 3.24 1.84 0.41 74.00 97.95 73.35 1398.62 MUs Oct 769.27 49.10 0.70 0.00 0.42 36.00 4.60 0.58 3.77 19.Irrigation and Agriculture Category VI .27 0.78 0.48 Sept 775.11 0.52 0.11 0.64 0.48 77.98 June 767.00 0.00 4.04 28.01 112.91 64.00 3.19 267.73 0.63 306.09 279.00 0.22 117.60 64.89 3.89 18.34 1.39 0.76 2.56 0.08 0.93 74.00 0.46 0.05 71.04 Aug 719.

Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-V Railway Traction HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply Total April 99.00 0.00 0.00 45.83 0.37 40.00 0.00 13.40 0.00 0.90 0.00 45.00 0.23 0.33 Total 1244.00 0.00 97.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.91 0.00 0.26 0.03 5.00 96.00 1086.27 Jan 107.13 0.00 0.02 0.39 0.00 0.70 0.00 0. Lift Irrigation Schemes HT-IV B Agriculture HT-VI Townships and Residential Colonies RESCOs Temporary Supply HT Category at 132 KV HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.08 0.00 562.06 0.49 MUs Oct 98.49 0.00 0.00 0.47 0.00 0.26 3.00 12.00 1.00 86.90 3.05 0.69 0.00 0.00 0.39 0.00 94.05 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 49.00 0.90 0.00 98.19 0.20 0.70 48.93 0.00 0.00 0.00 97.53 0.00 47.49 0.00 0.32 0.00 0.00 0.31 0.00 0.87 0.00 0.00 0.03 4.00 0.23 0.00 0.00 0.35 0.84 0.12 0.55 0.50 0.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.18 Nov 104.25 0.46 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1030.00 0.31 Aug 100.05 0.47 0.65 0.00 0.00 94.00 1082.03 53.12 0.00 111.00 0.76 July 103.03 533.46 0.00 0.00 0.99 0.96 52.00 0.00 0.13 18.47 0.05 0.00 0.81 3.00 0.00 0.66 0.56 May 98.91 33.00 0.19 Feb 111.97 Sept 94.00 0.00 4.00 10.00 0.69 0.26 0.00 0.55 0.70 Dec 104.00 0.09 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.72 0.31 0.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.22 0.17 0.00 0.42 0.16 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 1.05 0.26 0.00 1008.00 0.01 0.58 0.48 0.10 0.00 1.54 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.49 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.25 0.00 1078.14 0.00 0.23 0.31 0.00 0.27 0.26 0.00 86.00 0.29 3.37 51.00 0.00 1166.91 39.00 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.07 0.29 0.60 42.24 0.00 0.00 48.00 47.74 0.00 1123.00 0.00 0.49 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.82 0.00 1086.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.27 0.21 263 .00 0.00 1088.33 0.00 0.00 1.00 1054.00 0.00 48.48 0.76 0.00 0.67 35.00 49.47 37.22 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 90.51 0.00 0.00 1052.42 0.05 0.00 13022.78 0.46 0.59 0.ANNEXURE-H(v) SPDCL: CATEGORY-WISE AND MONTHLY SALES FOR FY 2009-10 Sales Forecast 2009-10 SPDCL Sales (MU) Voltage and Consumer Category HT-I Industry Segregated Lights & Fans Colony consumption Seasonal Industries HT-I (B) Ferro-Alloys HT-II Industrial NonSegregated HT-IV A Govt.32 June 108.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.27 0.44 0.00 1125.00 0.00 0.01 0.39 0.00 0.60 0.00 0.07 0.00 23.14 March 111.00 47.00 1164.07 0.00 80.29 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.16 0.00 42.46 0.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 46.03 0.42 0.47 0.00 44.18 0.42 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.48 0.00 0.00 0.00 90.00 0.00 48.72 0.

00 0.58 34.27 3028.16 2.31 35.01 353.03 92.25 1.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .59 1.87 322.56 1.26 1.60 2476.31 45.64 0.12 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 516.69 NA NA 483.30 116.53 1.96 110.44 913.94 125.34 508.78 287.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .43 206.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .25 56.98 2067.00 597.25 1.90 383.63 1731.42 275.00 2.38 19.00 0.84 199.80 344.18 0.36 432.20 33.30 3802.15 214.91 224.25 1.51 658.58 1.74 0.66 119.26 1.28 14.59 1.41 488.47 240.96 20.18 37.10 3868.34 48. Cost Rs.Domestic LT Cat II .00 0.28 Consumer Category Cost Rs.29 512.00 1.12 1.53 310.30 1.52 13.Temporary HT Cat I .98 512.99 5.08 136.55 83.82 830.62 12.10 0.59 175.33 1.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .52 61.22 0.02 3. St.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .66 820.23 145.85 40.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .00 10.55 508.52 563.40 1.19 8135.98 257.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .00 0.24 Generation Energy Recovery Basis Energy Sales (MU) 5201.24 3.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .79 5.43 928.Local Bodies. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII . CoS Rs/kWh LT Cat I .Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .60 1249.56 1.10 26421.59 509.00 1.30 17.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .21 2.39 12.59 1.94 252.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .95 9.44 264 .84 91.56 1.08 424.89 116.26 1.95 356.66 144.43 445.80 193.95 2852.34 6235.12 387.40 14.76 955.04 17.25 258.35 1.98 512.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 1036.32 12.39 1.46 304. Cr.34 NA NA 1.29 1.12 256. Cr.ANNEXURE-I CPDCL: COST OF SERVICE MODEL CPDCL Demand Rate BasisContracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 1672.04 369.

40 0.82 830.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .82 0.00 0.19 8135.75 10.52 563. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .28 27.68 2.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .60 NA NA 27.97 10.85 40.01 265 .00 0.44 913.79 0.03 140.26 0.78 287.Intra-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 1672.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .96 20.28 27.52 563.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 22.97 14.97 10.25 2.97 19.94 19.00 0.20 33.60 49.94 19.20 33.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .02 3.75 Consumer Category Cost Rs.97 10.78 0.97 10.Domestic LT Cat II .60 49.15 214.15 214.82 830.02 3.28 27.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .42 54.58 34.51 658.98 0.00 2.97 10.34 3.19 8135.80 193.87 21.85 40.23 145.98 2067.Inter-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 1672.28 27.82 0.38 19.12 1. St.12 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 10.94 19.94 19.07 349.44 913.02 19.94 10.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .21 2.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .28 27.18 25.38 19.45 9. Cost Rs.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .96 20.28 49.97 0.00 0.78 287. Cr.37 Transmission .94 19.06 49.60 27.28 27.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .51 658.28 49.13 67.55 0.97 10.Temporary HT Cat I .CPDCL Transmission .04 1.36 432.49 0.58 34.22 0.97 19.28 27.42 3.60 49.36 432.22 0.Local Bodies.00 0.98 2067.00 0.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .63 7.60 49. Cr. LT Cat I .23 145.37 39.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .32 54.01 7.94 NA NA 10.60 49.75 18.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .28 35.86 15.97 10.69 6.05 27.72 8.80 193.12 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 27.97 10.94 19.40 0.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .35 0.60 49.28 27.00 2.12 1.02 2.66 0.

00 10.29 156.02 6.45 1873.92 2.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .35 3.00 91.00 37.00 445.00 54.80 0.43 0.03 Consumer Category Cost Rs.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .03 0.90 37. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .00 6235.78 248.48 46.00 1249.02 0.59 0.03 NA NA 0.29 156.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .25 0.67 0.25 9.61 795.63 6.94 0.02 0.27 487.00 62.30 104.Local Bodies.26 1022.05 18.29 156.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .47 0.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .90 126.09 0.03 0.28 0.29 156.00 4.CPDCL Distribution Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP T-D interface (MW) 1465.89 875.29 15.54 205.03 0.34 0.00 26421.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .41 3.31 9.30 0.00 929.83 1.25 139.00 2852.90 17.03 0.90 37.37 32.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .03 0.29 109.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .46 171. LT Cat I .00 0.00 1732.10 1.03 0.00 384.03 0.03 0.52 1.00 0.02 0.03 0.00 CoS Rs/kVA/ Month 0.48 6.02 0.29 156.00 17.47 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 156. St.27 0.03 0.Temporary HT Cat I .29 156.00 0.90 NA NA 109.00 6.00 0.86 0.00 0.24 3.00 0.31 0.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II . Cr.00 117.57 NA 109.91 5.00 0.29 156. Cr.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .03 0.97 6752.96 39.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 274.51 NA 414.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .03 73. Cost Rs.19 0.65 351.00 2.13 NA 32.82 91.79 NA 17.Domestic LT Cat II .57 NA 109.00 3869.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .24 0.00 1.72 266 .16 Retail Supply Demand Rate Basis Energy Sales (MU) 5202.02 0.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .00 110.00 598.00 2476.57 NA 109.02 0.03 0.90 37.

25 0.00 0.33 281.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .17 0.16 2.00 0.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .39 12.26 1022.05 5.65 351. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .82 91.37 32.82 973.47 0.05 267 .General Purpose LT Cat VIII .43 206.94 36.77 49.31 0.30 104.04 17.66 119.59 175.46 14.12 256.59 0.00 1.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .40 14.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Demand Generation 1036.39 1.Local Bodies.34 0.17 3.76 9.92 0.85 2.00 0.24 3.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .87 13.63 6.00 0.42 0.CPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .36 57.90 8.00 54.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .00 2.54 94.00 0.90 12.88 9.30 76.74 0.33 3876.48 46.43 363.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .Nondomestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .19 203.37 0. St.31 45.90 0.47 240.80 344.23 54.Domestic LT Cat II .33 Demand Distribution 274.07 12.00 1.67 498.37 14.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .96 39.66 Cost Allocation (Rs.32 12.08 69.31 9.30 0.24 3.89 328.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .10 489.89 116.18 94.07 2.00 4.29 Energy 836.86 127.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .77 0.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .Cr.76 25.31 35.00 0.85 2.Temporary HT Cat I .) Demand Transmission 76.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .27 3028.12 387.83 0.

27 4.94 160.00 2.61 6.01 63.07 2.05 Total Cost Rs.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .26 21.17 2.00 0.77 49.61 4.92 3.82 0.10 26421.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .82 973.01 3.00 1.68 334.60 1249.28 4.14 20.14 437.83 0.99 6.63 4540.67 11.18 37.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .52 61.99 5.38 461.34 6235. St.60 659.10 3868.90 12.33 3876.07 2.95 2852.08 1626.79 15.CPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .51 3.00 597.65 1.89 328.60 2.95 2.05 1001.26 29.05 5.10 0.00 0.50 430.90 383.71 743.28 COS Rs/Unit 4.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .39 759.Temporary HT Cat I .95 234. 2224.63 1731.76 0.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .19 268 .96 8416.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .43 363.43 928.23 0.38 503.48 255.54 16.00 10.00 2.Cr.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .27 3.Domestic LT Cat II .27 Energy 836.32 Sales MU 5201.82 207.37 14.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .54 94.67 498.43 445.69 3.50 54.86 111.26 652.00 0.51 2.60 2476.50 35.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .) Demand 1388.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .96 110.36 57.86 127.33 281.29 26.00 0.49 2.27 4.50 3.42 0.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .31 3.16 34.00 1.93 3.17 295.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Cost Allocation (Rs Cr.30 17.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .78 113.Local Bodies.00 0.46 14.84 91.76 9.30 116.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .29 3. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .19 203.59 2.

27 1.23 66.51 86.45 562.65 425.49 499.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .30 201.54 1.40 1642.77 56.48 11.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .05 114.80 0.70 7.86 7.40 75.58 NA NA 300.55 173.27 1.30 433.10 290.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 450.00 1058.ANNEXURE-J EPDCL: COST OF SERVICE MODEL EPDCL Demand Rate BasisContracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 838.30 1.00 2936.00 0.93 173.81 327.64 0.52 1.05 72.18 0.15 34.52 10.53 1.12 0.04 3.36 418.26 1.34 40.25 0.05 80.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .33 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 447.71 0.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .16 0.60 25.Local Bodies St.53 1.57 1.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .00 256.05 1.30 1.22 41.92 240. CoS Rs/kWh LT Cat I . Cost Rs.73 74.54 1.33 32.13 22.88 321.05 2.10 63.30 1.57 1.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .76 213.Domestic LT Cat II .38 233.36 Generation Energy Recovery Basis Energy Sales (MU) 2733.96 0.00 0.31 9. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .88 74.40 426.43 461.15 15.33 3.12 1. Cr. Cr.34 170.45 207.45 0.00 0.12 83.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .35 21.64 0.00 0.33 94.95 1322.00 9441.40 110.71 68.05 Consumer Category Cost Rs.26 1.54 1.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .20 5.65 425.30 1.29 880.08 0.50 457.11 426.26 5.26 1.81 1.90 0.01 571.30 NA NA 1.29 27.05 12.19 3.60 172.04 88.03 127.49 425.77 45.42 269 .Temporary HT Cat I .27 1.37 0.51 24.18 18.84 166.44 248.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .00 1340.65 231.57 1.84 96.81 49.09 0.64 51.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .92 5.00 0.01 259.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .General Purpose LT Cat VIII .Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .85 440.

54 1.70 9.60 49.56 1.70 9.75 24.00 6.60 49. Cr.43 9.13 2.98 10.00 123.21 6.57 0.75 24.13 0.60 172.43 19.21 0.70 9.40 110.05 12.70 9.18 18.00 0.10 290.75 24.43 461.60 49.43 19.75 24.01 0.70 2.76 Transmission – Intra-State Demand Rate Basis – Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 838.70 19.15 34.43 19. Cost Rs.74 0.34 170.85 440.05 12.60 24.33 CoS – Rs/Kva/ Month 9.60 49.75 24.10 290.00 2936.03 0.34 170.16 0.60 24.75 49.01 13.60 172.70 NA NA 13.00 0. Cr.12 Consumer Category Cost Rs.EPDCL Transmission – Inter-State Demand Rate Basis – Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 838.85 440.03 0.43 19.43 19.60 49.27 2.63 0.29 0.75 24.09 4.31 9.75 NA NA 35.12 0.85 0. LT Cat I – Domestic LT Cat II – Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) – Industrial LT Cat IV – Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V – Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI – Local Bodies St.91 5.70 9.04 88.18 0.43 9.47 24.60 49.00 17.04 0.70 9.17 26.73 270 .00 0.40 110.84 96.75 49.31 9.48 11.00 2936.70 9.04 88.33 0.40 0.28 10.42 0.45 0.15 34.24 10.86 7.76 2.86 7.70 9.93 173.07 0.01 5.48 11.43 461.33 CoS – Rs/Kva/ Month 24.45 0. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII – General Purpose LT Cat VIII – Temporary HT Cat I – Industry – General (11 Kv) HT Cat I – Industry – General (33 Kv) HT Cat I – Industry – General (220/132 Kv) HT Cat II – Industry – Other (11 Kv) HT Cat II – Industry – Other (33 Kv) HT Cat II – Industry – Other (220/132 Kv) HT Cat IV – Irrigation & Agriculture (11 Kv) HT Cat IV – Irrigation & Agriculture (33 Kv) HT Cat V – Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI – Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 Kv) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 Kv) HT Temporary TOTAL 9.00 0.43 19.93 173.00 0.16 0.00 0.00 48.70 19.84 96.77 3.01 0.37 1.01 1.75 24.18 18.31 0.75 24.18 0.

74 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 283.00 0.61 283.63 0.03 22.61 283. LT Cat I .04 NA NA 0.69 0.04 0.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .09 0.12 0.28 85.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .61 283.04 0.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II . Cost Rs.84 0.37 1.00 0.03 0.49 13. Cr.30 0.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .23 52.04 0.04 0. Cr.56 0.50 2.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .11 0.70 0.01 5.EPDCL Distribution Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP T-D interface (MW) 749.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .95 32.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .72 2.07 0.52 76. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .73 0.04 0.00 0.00 2105.05 0.20 0.85 11.01 0.59 0.13 1.04 0.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .49 67.61 283.84 271 .00 0.04 0.04 0.04 Consumer Category Cost Rs.03 0.00 544.64 Retail Supply Demand Rate Basis Energy Sales (MU) 2733 562 434 2 1322 256 32 0 880 571 1643 214 56 15 3 24 500 26 167 0 0 9441 CoS Rs/kVA/ Month 0.61 283.76 0.50 29.14 0.04 0.04 0.Temporary HT Cat I .00 36.02 NA 105.26 163.55 0.13 141.02 NA 0.72 9.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 255.59 17.96 154.53 1.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .49 13.Local Bodies St.30 67.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .49 13.Domestic LT Cat II .04 0.07 26.03 0.11 3.09 278.02 NA 8.43 0.61 283.04 0.00 3.61 67.58 67.09 1.59 67.03 0.49 NA NA 215.99 5.27 0.38 414.03 0.54 2.00 8.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .27 0.03 0.81 7.61 283.02 0.00 0.

Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .44 22.52 10.30 0.Temporary HT Cat I .00 0.44 212.19 3.15 3.71 68.05 117.06 3.33 14.54 2.00 24.22 0.72 2.00 0.13 1.05 14.64 0.07 26.08 0.31 206.71 0.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .Domestic LT Cat II .67 7.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .22 41.) Demand Transmission 34.77 45.19 64.02 88.60 68.77 3.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .Nondomestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .General Purpose LT Cat VIII .95 0.00 0.46 0.00 0.13 141.66 0.87 41.00 544.00 0.36 Cost Allocation (Rs.12 0.64 0.11 3.64 51.13 22.18 74.32 1.EPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .47 7.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .33 94.25 0.76 1.00 0.92 5.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .05 80.36 0.97 0.07 0.50 1.23 52.12 0.04 0.85 Energy 430.15 36.00 1058.37 5.23 0.81 49.03 22.48 9.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .55 0.99 28.33 3.20 5.63 0.03 0.56 0.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .00 172.02 19.00 1377.38 272 .50 29.21 Demand Distribution 255.02 0.Local Bodies St.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV . Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .05 1.Cr.00 8.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Demand Generation 450.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .41 0.03 127.27 0.

47 0.99 28.78 2.81 2.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Cost Allocation (Rs Cr.38 Total Cost Rs.18 1.54 4.32 1.30 433.46 82.Local Bodies St.23 2.35 147.00 256.64 0.18 376.48 3.33 32.19 64.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .18 74.68 0.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .52 2.11 0.49 499. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .54 2.32 8.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .60 40.) Demand 740. 1170.45 36.74 163.45 562.00 0.Temporary HT Cat I .09 127.80 Sales MU 2733.87 41.33 3.22 0.47 7.91 0.32 3.00 0.23 154.40 142.23 0.13 4.54 4.28 0.05 COS Rs/Unit 4.13 244.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .00 0.00 9441.59 69.15 15.77 3.Cr.81 1.29 880.51 24.48 3.37 0.44 212.49 2.33 14.42 Energy 430.44 22.60 6.00 1377.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .EPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .37 5.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .31 206.05 2.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .75 0.90 74.34 273 .24 243.16 82.06 150.07 14.04 1.69 0.76 213.02 88.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .77 56.96 0.29 3.00 3152.05 117.00 0.82 2.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .84 166.01 571.95 1322.22 67.Domestic LT Cat II .27 2.28 4.68 408.78 2.51 4.09 4.95 3.54 5.77 116.95 0.40 1642.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .00 3.00 0.00 1775.21 0.37 201.60 68.96 9.60 25.01 14.23 0.

63 214.00 948. Cr.72 0.26 500.00 2.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .01 305.54 36.12 0.87 22.82 250.75 518.52 1.00 0.21 1.22 1.77 87.76 8.29 71.88 503.97 25.31 53.23 1.735.72 519. CoS Rs/kWh LT Cat I .55 319.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .04 113.32 15.13 88.62 0.40 274 .00 0.51 125.28 1.41 0.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .95 173.49 0.49 329.00 8316.069.83 9.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .71 4.Temporary HT Cat I .03 73.78 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 523.53 1.Domestic LT Cat II . Cost Rs.68 6.54 26.00 0.60 734.33 1.10 174.20 1.09 1.05 29.89 87. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .49 0.53 1.20 255.53 476.10 0.00 304.03 32.26 0.55 0.67 49.13 470.52 1.09 0.24 0.72 0.24 61.47 212.054.75 103.00 1167.21 323.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .99 8.46 8.21 1.12 0.31 0.661.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .05 59.97 444.20 1.72 1.50 0.62 46.38 95.00 0.36 3.02 Generation Energy Recovery Basis Energy Sales (MU) 1.04 48.15 65.86 74.05 0.Local Bodies St.21 6.19 230.58 NA NA 289.02 0.05 58.51 1.19 0.18 Consumer Category Cost Rs.20 1.05 375.12 1.86 44. Cr.21 135.57 1.22 1.61 1.07 117.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .20 504.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 348.87 401.38 477.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .22 NA NA 1.60 1.76 0.18 265.08 52.00 505.72 532.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .41 36.22 10.46 1.15 119.00 370.08 0.26 124.53 1.44 75.09 20.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .ANNEXURE-K NPDCL: COST OF SERVICE MODEL NPDCL Demand Rate BasisContracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 554.

95 33.38 95.60 33.80 13.Temporary HT Cat I .49 0.19 230.97 0.82 2.40 6.80 13.01 0.58 0.45 0.57 0.80 13.78 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 13.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I . Cost Rs.17 13.75 275 .00 0.15 119.80 13.80 20.60 49.86 0.55 4.41 36.00 2735.02 1.50 0.31 0.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .17 13.41 0.Domestic LT Cat II .95 49.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .95 33.49 0.41 0.80 13.07 1.07 117.87 22.21 135.60 33.17 20. LT Cat I .80 13.09 1.22 10.95 33.069.17 20.Inter-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 554. Cr.89 0.80 NA NA 14.00 2.76 0.17 3.57 1.60 49.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .60 49.38 95.95 33.00 119.00 48.54 3.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .Local Bodies St.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .75 103.07 117.72 1.17 20.87 22.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .17 0.97 25.26 0.00 3.71 1.60 49.53 0.95 33.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .31 0.32 8.41 36.60 49.19 230.00 0.88 1.62 0.01 0.57 1.17 20. Cr.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .29 0.80 20.02 0.95 NA NA 36.22 10.83 Transmission .78 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 33.00 7.69 22.72 1.97 25.77 87.95 33.26 0.01 9.85 0.17 20.NPDCL Transmission .26 124.08 3.15 2.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .00 0.95 33.18 2.95 49.17 20.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 9.21 135.Intra-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 554. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .15 119.07 43.60 49.00 0.75 103.42 0.76 0.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .95 33.48 Consumer Category Cost Rs.00 2735.069.58 5.80 13.77 87.02 0.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .03 17.80 13.26 124.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .

01 0.53 25.43 90.00 0.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .48 NA 24.95 1.41 267.53 25.02 0.65 0.03 0.00 2269.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .77 0.55 226.55 226.58 75.03 0.55 226.02 0.53 0.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .53 NA NA 190. Cr.02 6.55 226.53 25.Domestic LT Cat II .97 21.02 Consumer Category Cost Rs.02 NA NA 0.95 2.04 28.00 0.02 0.17 0.27 1.03 0.02 0.02 0.31 276 .Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .03 0.07 112.48 NA 35.48 NA 0.16 20.01 100.15 4.25 100.02 13.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .55 226.00 2.07 0.00 0.Local Bodies St.00 0.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV . Cr.00 0.55 226.03 0.30 27.00 0.86 0.NPDCL Distribution Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP T-D interface (MW) 489.83 9.02 0.35 0.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .63 0. LT Cat I .66 0.92 0.06 0.03 0.94 0.29 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 226.27 10.65 0.02 0.57 0.49 983.38 103.02 0.02 0.00 20.18 218.02 0.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .00 4. Cost Rs.Temporary HT Cat I .Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .00 519.69 0.81 0.55 100.00 1.00 0.53 100.55 226.72 0.03 0.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .02 0.45 0.15 1.74 0.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .66 Retail Supply Demand Rate Basis Energy Sales (MU) 1661 329 324 6 3054 305 27 0 255 74 734 72 1 1 0 477 371 125 501 0 0 8316 CoS Rs/kVA/ Month 0. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .06 100.98 0.03 0.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 133.02 7.02 0.21 102.

05 29.08 0.26 6.60 0.09 15.00 519.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .36 47.33 9.65 0.02 13.11 0.41 267.62 0.00 0.30 27.43 53.09 20.66 3.17 0.09 1.36 9.45 0.02 0.87 1.Domestic LT Cat II .10 61.98 452.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .86 74.03 33.04 48.00 0.Local Bodies St.51 62.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .47 0.82 Cost Allocation (Rs.98 0.Cr.38 2.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .00 4.02 0.00 948.65 0.63 0.83 0.95 2.05 59.31 53.16 0.13 0.94 0.00 0.49 0.43 277 .19 0.00 1187.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .16 20.NPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .00 0.21 6.27 10.01 0.) Demand Transmission 31.05 89.05 5.53 4.22 8.58 50.Temporary HT Cat I .00 168.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .15 65.General Purpose LT Cat VIII . Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .02 6.67 0.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .09 0.54 36.00 2.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .03 0.44 Demand Distribution 133.09 0.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Demand Generation 348.04 28.04 113.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .01 13.86 11.46 8.44 75.99 8.88 45.05 59.Nondomestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .66 0.15 Energy 254.15 5.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .00 9.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .12 0.76 7.00 0.

00 2823.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .54 0.46 2.40 2.18 COS Rs/Unit 4. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .38 477.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .15 0.04 0.62 4.03 73.00 0.33 9.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .07 53.88 45.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .26 3.09 15.98 3.Domestic LT Cat II .83 43.00 0.68 2.43 53.48 10.52 13.03 33.66 2.Local Bodies St.68 6.19 0.33 0.82 112.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .21 2.54 26.36 3054.12 127.40 Energy 254.98 2.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .72 0.55 442.51 125.13 5.99 0.05 3.20 128.00 1636.85 2.74 27.00 0.71 0.77 156.10 86.84 13.05 89.27 0.09 0.40 278 .10 2.86 53.98 452.13 0.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Cost Allocation (Rs Cr.09 0.67 164.NPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .02 0.20 22.29 71.99 9.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .00 0.36 47.03 3.07 67.24 110.Temporary HT Cat I .Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .14 0.71 166.99 3.00 0.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .37 115.68 3.66 76.20 255.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .69 3.17 0.93 5.62 78.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .72 0.11 0.Cr.83 Sales MU 1661.43 Total Cost Rs.00 304.00 1187.11 0.49 329.76 1.05 59.00 370.30 0.51 62.53 4.81 19.21 323.14 5.60 734.55 0.36 9.67 0. 767.00 3.42 108.94 67.) Demand 513.61 1.00 8316.26 500.53 894.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .58 50.

Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .55 112.61 1.00 0.95 299.32 54.99 489.74 98.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .93 43.59 787.58 385.39 266.77 0.00 0.73 118.51 3457.38 1.64 26.38 1.40 5.42 385.36 1.91 117.49 0.04 28.23 72.43 322.73 3.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V . Cr.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .00 37.19 6.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .98 0.70 168.21 348.00 18.00 485.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .22 116.97 42.34 1.36 NA 1.44 0.25 184.61 1. Cr.02 12874.35 844.40 102.10 49.01 444.85 1.58 1.00 0.60 547.63 1.97 444.09 75.84 539.34 1.79 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 494.00 0.97 78.22 8.62 446. CoS Rs/kWh LT Cat I .00 1968.00 0.85 76.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .27 202.97 308.74 1.26 82.91 6.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .42 249.85 229.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 592.00 0.53 279 .93 79.00 5.09 196.82 Generation Energy Recovery Basis Energy Sales (MU) 3450.13 0.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV . Cost Rs.76 198.00 0.27 13.34 NA NA 1.Local Bodies St.24 281.00 3823.36 1.79 NA NA 131.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .15 133.37 1087.57 277.31 0.90 Consumer Category Cost Rs.34 1.25 0.04 554.50 127.48 1250.Temporary HT Cat I .01 7.00 0.69 4.00 0.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .52 227.Domestic LT Cat II .00 1417.ANNEXURE-L SPDCL: COST OF SERVICE MODEL SPDCL Demand Rate BasisContracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 998.85 0.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .25 7.60 NA 710.58 95.00 2.38 1.42 562.05 243.14 14.08 1.61 1.15 36.35 828.88 18.42 385.96 13.30 1.63 1.61 1.56 0.83 142. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .34 0.90 31.88 205.63 1.

73 118.92 7.37 1087.69 9.60 33.72 0.28 13.49 0.79 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 33. Cr.28 13.57 277.96 13.28 13.00 174.25 184.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .39 19.01 6.Domestic LT Cat II .33 0.85 0. LT Cat I .60 49.39 0.97 49.28 13.54 0.49 0.55 112.74 11.24 0.74 0.39 19.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .26 44.50 16.39 NA NA 13.Temporary HT Cat I .56 2.39 19.06 6.Intra-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 998.40 5.97 49.02 16.00 0.87 0.00 0.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .60 49.58 0.28 NA 13.60 49.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .62 0.28 13.97 33.29 0.09 196.00 0.55 112.32 54.97 33.28 19.45 6.28 13.40 5.88 205.97 33.39 13.91 3.28 13.05 243.Inter-State Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP G-T interface (MW) 998.00 0.37 1087.00 18.25 0. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .88 18. Cr.97 33.88 205.95 0.79 2.96 13.00 0.32 40.74 280 .76 2.24 281.31 0.Local Bodies St.08 Consumer Category Cost Rs.34 3.28 19.60 NA NA 33.25 184.10 17.SPDCL Transmission .97 38.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .05 243.09 196.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .00 0. Cost Rs.73 118.13 0.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .00 18.00 0.39 19.69 0.97 33.25 0.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .77 7.97 33.97 NA 33.00 3823.00 3823.88 18.35 8.00 0.60 49.29 4.91 6.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .00 0.57 277.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .24 281.28 14.85 0.32 54.39 19.00 0.79 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 13.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 15.88 2.60 49.28 0.00 68.89 Transmission .97 33.91 6.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .

00 52.72 5.73 0.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .53 230.51 12.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .Domestic LT Cat II .00 0.71 1.00 0.61 281 .32 0.70 3.251 539 266 13 0 0 37 562 50 230 0 0 12. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .14 165.91 Retail Supply Demand Rate Basis Energy Sales (MU) 3.00 0.12 1.90 45.19 60.32 16.60 35.04 0.16 0.04 0.SPDCL Distribution Demand Rate Basis Contracts /NCP T-D interface (MW) 908. LT Cat I .03 0.57 186.008.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .04 0.53 230.60 35.78 NA 13.03 0.16 11.71 270.14 52.53 230.54 4.53 230.58 279.03 NA 0.03 0.01 220.11 12.85 163.17 NA 35.Temporary HT Cat I .Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .90 1.16 0.04 0.00 0. Cr. Cost Rs.00 0.57 0.55 10.03 0.00 17.53 230.Local Bodies St.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .60 163.00 2.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .26 163.03 0.03 0.00 3.03 0.88 1.59 0.04 0.00 21.95 3.86 5.23 0.03 0.52 0. Cr.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .875 CoS Rs/kVA/ Month 0.60 203.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .457 486 43 1 844 1.00 45.78 NA 107.451 787 828 29 3.04 0.70 1.242.10 0.83 0.04 0.27 0.01 2.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .53 163.52 265.03 NA NA 0.85 0.53 230.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .04 0.15 0.01 51.85 2.53 230.60 NA 163.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .00 793.04 Consumer Category Cost Rs.67 0.00 0.Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .04 0.01 CoS Rs/kVA / Month 230.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL 251.00 0.74 0.74 0.78 NA 0.

Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .17 0.03 22.82 37.00 0.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .81 0.79 4.Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Demand Generation 592.04 0.54 4.19 60.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .25 7.81 9.34 0.36 61.60 13.04 0.63 80.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .59 0.79 10. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .74 1.00 1.71 560.90 45.98 0.51 Energy 567.10 3.16 11.SPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .95 23.58 279.74 98.00 5.67 1.07 Demand Distribution 251.31 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.83 142.Temporary HT Cat I .40 102.00 243.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .00 21.14 14.27 0.00 0.31 1.70 1.57 0.23 0.04 Cost Allocation (Rs.45 0.03 16.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .58 95.06 32.49 0.14 52.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .00 0.00 0.21 76.10 136.01 51.Local Bodies St.64 26.22 119.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .00 0.) Demand Transmission 56.93 7.Nondomestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .44 0.74 0.00 1417.85 76.Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .73 3.12 73.91 282 .35 130.11 0.41 172.26 82.00 0.69 11.85 7.22 8.Cr.91 117.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .00 793.00 2013.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .88 1.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .55 10.00 2.97 42.00 0.Domestic LT Cat II .32 9.

29 2.21 0.20 2.90 3.00 485.43 325.79 4.25 4.04 0.Industry General (220/132 kV) HT Cat II .35 130.01 126.Industry Other (220/132 kV) HT Cat IV .28 158. Lighting & PWS LT Cat VII .Colony Consumption HT Rural Co-operatives (11 kV) HT Rural Co-operatives (33 kV) HT Temporary TOTAL Cost Allocation (Rs Cr.85 60.93 7.58 2.22 119.00 3.63 0.17 0.81 0.10 49.Industry General (33 kV) HT Cat I .00 0.35 844.28 94.89 52.80 28.34 443.00 5.92 4.35 828.00 0.00 0.56 10.91 0.06 32.Irrigation and Agriculture LT Cat VI .28 21.Industry General (11 kV) HT Cat I .Non-domestic LT Cat III (A & B) Industrial LT Cat IV .Cottage Industries & Dhobighats LT Cat V .48 3.60 2.44 14.27 13.48 1250.Irrigation & Agriculture (11 kV) HT Cat IV .00 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.82 37.93 43.Irrigation & Agriculture (33 kV) HT Cat V .10 5.91 Total Cost Rs.85 229.00 0.43 155.82 0.53 2.Domestic LT Cat II .53 3.71 560.02 12874.Temporary HT Cat I .56 0.00 0.00 0.90 COS Rs/Unit 4.53 Sales MU 3450.97 347.53 291.Local Bodies St.39 266.General Purpose LT Cat VIII .02 3.92 3.21 76.42 562.41 3.03 152.62 Energy 567. 1467.34 3.85 7.62 217.91 239.47 283 .84 539.08 1.89 10.) Demand 900.63 3.56 2.00 2.10 136.36 0.59 787.Railway Traction (EHT) HT Cat VI .SPDCL Consumer Category LT Cat I .44 158.00 2013.51 3457.70 1.00 4.00 2453.Cr.40 0.12 73.00 37.13 0.83 169.92 4.Industry Other (33 kV) HT Cat II .66 277.01 4467.41 172.04 28.Industry Other (11 kV) HT Cat II .46 57.62 92.02 0.00 9.49 17.63 80.05 1003.90 4.

P Limited Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission Generation Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited A.GLOSSARY AAD ABC ABT A&G costs APCPDCL / CPDCL APEPDCL / EPDCL APERC APGENCO APGPCL APNPDCL/ NPDCL APPCC APSPDCL / SPDCL ARR BSES BST CEA Central Act CERC CGS CIRE COD CoS CWIP DISCOMs DSM D-to-D DTR EHT ERC ERCs ERO FCA FoR FPT FSA GAIL GoAP GoI GTCS HDPE HT HVDS IDC Advance Against Depreciation Aerial bunched cables Availability Based Tariff Administrative and General costs Central Power Distribution Company of A.P Limited Aggregate Revenue Requirement Bombay Suburban Electric Supply Bulk Supply Tariff Central Electricity Authority The Electricity Act 2003 (Act 36 of 2003).P Limited Eastern Power Distribution Company of A.Gas Power Corporation Limited Northern Power Distribution Company of A. Central Electricity Regulatory Commission Central Generating Stations Central Institute for Rural Electrification Commercial Date of Operation Cost of Supply Capital Works-in-Progress Distribution Companies Demand side management DISCOM-to-DISCOM Distribution Transformer Extra High Tension Expected revenue from charges Electricity Regulatory Commissions Electricity Revenue Office Fuel cost adjustment Forum of Regulators Filing of Proposal for Tariff Fuel surcharge adjustment Gas Authority of India Limited Government of Andhra Pradesh Government of India General Terms and Conditions of Service High Density Poly Ethelene High Tension High Voltage Distribution system Interest during construction i .P Limited AP Power Coordination Committee Southern Power Distribution Company of A.P.

PGCIL PLF PPAs PWS Schemes RAC Reform Act RGGY Schemes ROCE RoE RPPO RPVC piping Ethelene RR Act Act RSB RST RTPP SAC SD SERCs SI SLDC SSLBPH ULDC Integrated Novel Development in Rural Areas and Model Municipal Areas Independent Power Producers Indian Standards Institute Kilo Watt Low voltage Million units Non-conventional energy Non Conventional Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh National Highways Authority of India Nellore Thermal Station Operations & Maintenance Original Cost of Fixed Assets Orissa Electricity Regulatory Commission Original Petition Power Grid Corporation of India Limited Plant Load Factor Power Purchase Aggrements Protected Water Schemes Regulatory Affairs Cell A. 2005 (Regulation No.4 of 2005) WACC Weighted Average Cost of Capital W. Electricity Reform Act 1998 Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyudeekaran Yojana Return on capital employed Return on Equity Renewable power purchase obligation High Density Poly Revenue Requirement Retail Supply business Retail Supply Tariff’ Rayalaseema Thermal Power Station/plant State Advisory Committee Security Deposit State Electricity Regulatory Commissions System improvement State Load Despatch Centre Srisailam Left Bank Power House Unified Load Despatch Centre APERC (Terms and Conditions for Determination of W&RST Tariff for Wheeling and Retail Sale of Electricity) Regulation.Ps Writ petitions .INDIRAMMA IPPs ISI KW LV MU NCE NEDCAP NHAI NTS O&M OCFA OERC O.P.P.

180 Revenue gap 18. 17. 199 Ultra power project 213 31. 145. 84. 127. 33 38 37. 155. 22. 47. 129. 154. 183 E-Seva centers F Ferro alloys Fuel surcharge G Green Power Tariff I International Airport L Lift irrigation schemes 20. 24. 122. 72. 66. 140. 25 Power purchase 28. 25. 52 47. 18. 203 Documents in Telugu 174 DSM measures 224 E Energy Audit Energy conservation 177. 75. 135. 61. 136. 85. 177. 16. 4. 163 State Advisory Committee 5 Subsidy 33. 59. 58. 24. 17 wheeling charges 6. 5. 15. 12. 13. 11. 139. 35. 6. 153. 8. 225. 220 Poultry farms 110. 224 19. 82. 67. 24. 104 Public hearings 1. 11. 15 22. 15. 98. 109 O Operation and Maintenance 83. 53. 3. 108. 183 32. 115. 14. 25 45. 164. 7. 111 Power evacuation cost 19. 157 Cottage Industries Cotton Seed Oil Mills D Depreciation 6. 113. 86. 173. 89. 101 Agricultural connections 221 B Biomass units Black smithy BPL Power Project C Compensations Consumer security deposits 111. 141. 8. 23. 52. 17. 155. 211. 36. 125. 28. 21. 169. 149. 99. 56 27 NCE power New connections Non Tariff Income Nurseries N 59 215. 176. 113. 12. 117. 224 7. 212 M Merit order dispatch Municipalities 104 208. 9. 77. 94. 39.13. 64. 8. 80. 22. 79. 23. 56. 10. 36. 168. 85. 38. 179. 13. 40. 55. 181 19. 71. 14. 102. 17.A Accidents 55. 96. 23. 99. 38. 21. 25. 112. 49. 173. 12. 223 109 59 49. 21. 93. 9. 180 T Tatkal Tatkal scheme The power procurement cost Theft of energy Theft of power Time of Day billing True up U 38 W Wheeling Charge 6. 73. 230 Pisciculture 219. 92. 203 224 62. 71 6.11. 19. 66. 167. 181. . 66. 46. 16. 90. 87. 69. 20. 171. 16. 6. 47. 41. 66. 75. 23. 173. 143. 78. 126. 25. 141. 10. 35. 37. 18. 226 48. 21. 20. 78. 23. 100. 178 Public notices 3 R Religious places 110. 108. 91. 10. 44. 92. 47. 14. 248 Distribution losses 8. 22. 30. 203 wheeling tariff 2. 110. 150. 96 P Pilferage 45. 21. 127. 131. 19. 182 Aggregate Revenue Requirement 2. 52 178 172 36. 159 Rice mills 63 S Salt farming units 109 SC Jeevana Dhara 34 Single bulb scheme 121.

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