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PRESENTATION

ON
INTRA STATE ABT
BY
GENERAL MANAGER (SLDC) DELHI
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INTRA STATE ABT IN DELHI


AS A FIRST IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY
INTRA-STATE ABT HAS BEEN
IMPLEMENTED FOR DELHI
w.e.f. 1-4-2007.
AS PER THE ORDER OF
DELHI ELECTRICITY REGULATORY
COMMISSION
DATED 31-3-2007
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Why Intra State ABT


Intra-state ABT is a techno-economic
tool for bringing rational tariff structure
for supply of electricity from State
generators to the distribution Licensees.

It is a mechanism for enforcing discipline


in the Grid.

Benefits of Intra State ABT


a) Benefits to the Power System

Brings about grid discipline by maintaining


frequency in prescribed band (49.5 to 50.5 Hz).
Ensures optimum utilization of available
generation capacities.

Enhances opportunities for Open access,


and Trading of electricity.

Scope for encouraging competition among


generators.
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b) Benefits to the Generator

Encourages maximization of Generation during


peak hours with incentives and discourages the
same during off-peak hours with penalties linked
with frequency.

Enables systematic scheduling in terms of long


term, short term as well as day ahead, duly
considering plant availability and maintenance.

Ensures better life of equipments due to efficient


management of Demand Vs Supply. Thereby the
Hidden Costs due to damage is avoided.

The three-part Tariff under ABT provides for


proper recovery of fixed and variable costs of
Generator.

c) Benefits to the Distribution Licensees

Economic efficiency dictates that the least


cost power should be dispatched in
preference to costly power (Merit Order
Dispatch). ABT provides for the same.

Licensees can plan their requirement, both


for peak and off peak demands.

Enables efficient Load Management through


their own Area Load Dispatch Centers.
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d) Benefits to the End Users

Enables open access, captive generation and


trading of electricity.

Ensures quality and reliable power supply.

Scope for reduction in cost of power due to


licensees opting for merit order dispatch in their
scheduling.

Constituents
of Intra-State System
after restructuring of DVB
DELHI VIDYUT BOARD

All the assets and liabilities of


DVB are acquired by GNCTD

All the liabilities of DVB are transferred


to Holding Company, entire Equity of
Holding Company is issued to GNCTD

Holding Co.

Government of National Capital Territory of


Delhi

Distribution Licensees

Genco

Transco

NDMC

MES

BRPL

BYPL

NDPL

CONSTITUENTS OF
INTRA-STATE ABT in DELHI
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

BSES RAJDHANI POWER CO. LTD.


BSES YAMUNA POWER CO. LTD.
NORTH DELHI POWER CO. LTD.
NEW DELHI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
MILITARY ENGINEERING SERVICES.
IP STATION.
RPH STATION.
GT STATION.
PRAGATI STATION.
BADARPUR THERMAL POWER STATION.
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Power Allocation to
Distribution Licensees
POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED
TO THE DISTRIBUTION LICENSEES BY THE ORDER OF DERC
DATED 31.3.2007. THE SALIENT FEATURES OF PPA
ASSIGNMENT ARE AS UNDER :

NDMC & MES have been allocated 350 MW & 50 MW respectively from
the BTPS generating station as basic allocation.

Allocation from other Central Sector and State Sector has been
assigned to BRPL, BYPL & NDPL in line with their consumption
pattern for the period 1.7.2002 to 28.2.2007.

15% of BTPS (after allocation to NDMC and MES) +DADRI NCTPS


thermal)+ IP+RPH+PPCL+GT has been considered as un-allocated
share and is placed at the disposal of the Govt of NCT of Delhi.

In case the allocation of the un-allocated power is not made by the


government the same would be allocated to the distribution licensees
except NDMC and MES in proportion to the basic allocation.
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Power Allocation Table


ON THE BASIS OF DERC ORDER DATED 31.3.2007, THE SOURCEWISE ALLOCATION OF POWER TO THE DISTRIBUTION LICENSEES
HAS BEEN COMPUTED AS UNDER FOR SCHEDULING
PURPOSES :LICENSEES 'ALLOCATION IN %'
SOURCE

NDMC

MES

NDPL

BRPL

BYPL

TOTAL

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

49.65

7.09

12.62

18.85

11.78

100

IP

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

RPH

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

GT

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

PRAGATI

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

HIMACHAL

33.33

33.34

33.33

100

DVC

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

C. SECTOR
BTPS

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Details of Unallocated Quota of Power


available with Govt of Delhi
S.
No.

Description

Formula

Un-allocated
power in MW

1.

15% of Balance power of BTPS (705-350-50)*15%


after allocation of 350 MW to
NDMC & 50 MW to MES

46 MW

2.

15 % of
Capacity

113 MW

3.

15 % of (IP+RPH+GT+PPCL)

Dadri

(Thermal) (756)*15%
(185+135+282+330)*15%

140 MW

TOTAL

299 MW

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Steps Taken By SLDC Delhi For


Implementation of Intra-State ABT
The Scheduling & Dispatch procedures finalized with stake holders
on 31.3.2007.
All Distribution Licensees authorized SLDC to schedule available
resources as per the requirement of Grid in line with the IEGC
provisions section 6.5(5) which stipulates as under :
The SLDCs may also give standing instructions to the RLDC such
that the RLDC itself may decide the drawal schedules for the
States.
This ensures centralized scheduling for optimum utilization of available
sources to Delhi as a whole. This procedure has been in existence since
December 2002 i.e. the date of implementation of ABT in NR.

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SCHEDULING GUIDELINES CONSTITUENTS


1.

While requisitioning power requirement ,minimum


technical
requirement to ensure the continuity of the
generating stations and maximum availability should be
taken care of by
DISCOMs. The requisition from central
sector gas stations should not be less than 70% of the
respective availability
capacity in normal conditions and
50% under emergency
conditions. As far as Hydro and
Nuclear stations are concerned, the entire availability would be
utilized at all the
times. However the storage capacity of Hydro
stations is
exploited by RLDC depending upon the requirement of
the grid.

2.

Requisition for BTPS should not be less than 80% due to


size and age of the machines.

3.

PPCL cannot go beyond 80% due to pollution stipulations.

4.

Full requisition should be there for IP and RPH


considering their age and core generation.

5.

Due to size & pollution stipulation for IPGCLs GT, it


should
not
be less than 70%.

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PROCESS FOR SCHEDULING


BY 10:00 HRS

ISGS shall advise NRLDC the station wise MW and MWH capabilities.

BY 10:00 HRS

BTPS,GENCO and PPCL shall declare the availability in 15 minutes time block in terms of MW and MWH.

BY 11:00 HRS

Entitlement of the state shall be posted by NRLDC in their website www.nrldc.org for central sector.

BY 11:00 HRS

SLDC shall post the GENCO,PPCL and BTPS availability in its website www.delhisldc.org

BY 13:00 HRS

NDPL,BRPL,BYPL,NDMC and MES shall intimate the SLDC, source-wise requirement of power for
succeeding day in terms in MW and MWH in 15 minutes time block.

BY 15:00 HRS

SLDC shall assess the requirement of power from all sources and intimate the same to NRLDC.

BY 17:00 HRS

NRLDC shall convey the net drawal schedule for Delhi and posted in the website.

BY 18:00 HRS

SLDC shall post the provisional Drawal Schedule and Generation Schedule of Generating stations within
Delhi based on the provisional Drawal schedule of Delhi as a whole posted on the NRLDC website.

BY 19:00 HRS

GENCOs/Licensees shall alter the schedule of generation /requirement and intimate the same to SLDC
for forwarding the same to NRLDC for incorporation in final drawal schedule of Delhi.

BY 22:00 HRS

SLDC shall inform the modification if any,for incorporating in the final drawal schedule to NRLDC.

BY 23:00 HRS

NRLDC shall issue the final drawal schedule of Delhi state along with other states and posted in their
website.

BY 23:30 HRS

SLDC shall compute the drawal schedule of DISCOMs and generation schedule of generating stations
within Delhi based upon the availability from central sector stations bilateral agreements entered into by
various distribution licensees for the next day.
Intra-day scheduling as per IEGC provisions is also permitted.

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DRAWAL SCHEDULES IN INTRA-STATE ABT

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GENERATION SCHEDULES IN INTRA-STATE ABT

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ABT BILLING METHODOLOGY


ABT is, basically, a three part tariff system consisting of
the following components : Fixed charges on monthly basis subject to
adjustment on yearly basis.

Variable charges - on monthly basis.

Unscheduled inter-change (UI) charges. on


weekly basis.

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FIXED CHARGES

The Fixed Charges are to be paid to the Generating Source on the basis of
allocation irrespective of the drawal provided the generating stations attain
respective availability factor prescribed by the appropriate Regulatory
Commissions. For Central sector Thermal and Gas Stations the availability
factor is fixed at 80% whereas for Hydro Stations the availability factor
(capacity index) is 90% except few stations i.e. Tanda & Talchar Thermal
stations. The nuclear stations are not covered under the ABT.

VARIABLE CHARGES

The Variable Charges are to be paid to the Generating sources on the basis of
scheduled allocation fixed by the Regional Load Despatch Centre keeping in
mind the technical limits for regulation of generation. The limit is 70% of the
maximum available capacity for thermal stations whereas that of Gas stations it
is 60% in normal conditions and 50% in extreme emergency condition as fixed by
RPC Forum.

As far as Hydro and Nuclear stations are concerned, the entire availability would
be utilized at all the times. However the storage capacity of Hydro stations is
exploited by RLDC depending upon the requirement of the grid.

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UNSCHEDULED INTER-CHANGE
(UI) CHARGES
The UI for a Generating Station shall be equal to its actual
generation minus its scheduled generation. UI for States shall
be equal to its total actual drawal minus its total scheduled
drawal.
UI shall be worked out for each 15 minutes time block.
Charges for all UI transactions are based on average
frequency of the time block.
The UI Tariff structure as on 31.3.2007 is as under.
Average Frequency of time-block
UI Rate (P/kWh)
---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------50.5 Hz and above
0.00
Below 50.50 Hz and upto 50.48 Hz
6.00
Below 49.04 Hz and upto 49.02 Hz
561.00
Below 49.02 Hz
570.00
Between 50.50 Hz and 49.82 Hz
Linear in 0.02 Hz steps
@ 6 P/kWh for each step
Below 49.82 Hz
Linear in 0.02 Hz steps
@ 9P/kWh for each step

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AS PER THE INTRA-STATE ABT ORDER OF DERC THE INTRASTATE UI RATE WOULD BE THE RATE DECIDED BY CERC AS
ON 31.3.2007. THE RATES OF UI FOR THE FREQUENCY BAND
49.0 Hz TO 50.5 Hz ARE AS UNDER

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PROPOSED NEW UI RATES


CERC vide Press Release dated 7-4-2007 has
proposed the New UI Vector for enforcing strict Grid
discipline as given below :
Average Frequency of time-block
UI Rate (P/kWh)
---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------50.5 Hz and above
0.00
Below 50.50 Hz and upto 50.48 Hz
6.00
Below 49.52 Hz and upto 49.50 Hz
345.00
Below 49.02 Hz
745.00
Between 50.50 Hz and 49.82 Hz
Linear in 0.02 Hz steps
@ 6 P/kWh for each step
Between 49.80 Hz and 49.52 Hz
Linear in 0.02 Hz steps
@ 9P/kWh for each step
Between 49.50 Hz and 49.02 Hz
Linear in 0.02 Hz steps
@ 16P/kWh for each step

COMMENTS ARE INVITED BY CERC BY 23rd APRIL 2007


ON THE ABOVE PROPOSAL FOR REVISION OF UI VECTOR.
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IF THE PROPOSAL OF CERC IS IMPLEMENTED THE RATES


FOR UI FOR THE FREQUENCY BAND
BETWEEN 49.0 Hz & 50.5 Hz WOULD BE AS UNDER

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Intra State UI Pool Account


SLDC has been mandated by the DERC order
dated 31.3.2007, Para No. 18(3) to maintain the
Intra-State UI Account which states as under :
SLDC Shall act as the Nodal Agency for
collection and Distribution of UI charges as far
as intra-state ABT is concerned. As regards
regional ABT, a settlement mechanism shall
immediately be worked out together by the STU,
SLDC and Discoms (who are represented in the
RPC) in consultation with NRLDC.

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UI SETTLEMENT MECHANISM IN
INTRA-STATE ABT
At Inter state level the Unscheduled interchanges of
central sector and Inter regional sources are determined
with reference to their schedule at the point of injection
but those of SEBs with reference to their ex-periphery
schedule. Datum for working out UI not being same for all
entities, this results in UI MISMATCH which is equalised
by averaging the two ON DAILY BASIS.
The above adjustment is required to equalize payable UI
amount to receivable UI amount so that UI pool account
is maintained as a Zero balance account.

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METHODOLOGY FOR ZERO BALANCING THE UI POOL


ACCOUNT AT INTER-STATE LEVEL
1.

UI AMOUNT IS DRAWN FOR ALL THE UI POOL MEMBERS ON ACTUAL BASIS.

2.

FROM THE UI ACCOUNT AMOUNT RECEIVABLE MEMBERS AND AMOUNT PAYABLE


MEMBERS TO THE POOL IS SEPERATELY DRAWN OUT.

3.

AMOUNT PAYABLE AND RECEIVABLE WILL NOT MATCH BECAUSE FOR GENERATORS
THE UI IS DRAWN OUT BASED ON INJECTION & SCHEDULE AT GENERATOR PERIPHERY
WHEREAS FOR STATES THE SAME IS BASED ON DRAWAL & SCHEDULE AT STATE
PERIPHERY.

4.

AS PER THE CERC STIPULATION THE UI POOL ACCOUNT SHOULD BE A ZERO BALANCE
ACCOUNT.

5.

AT RPC LEVEL THE UI MISMATCH i.e. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN UI PAYABLE &
RECEIVABLE IS EQUALIZED BY AVERAGING THE TWO ON DAILY BASIS. HOWEVER THE
UI OVER HVDC AND OTHER INTER-REGIONAL LINKS IS RETAINED WITHOUT ANY
ADJUSTMENT.

6.

THE UI MIS-MATCH IS CALCULATED ON DAILY BASIS AND APPORTIONED TO ALL UI


POOL MEMBERS IN THE RATIO 50:50 TO THE PAYING AND RECEIVING MEMBERS IN THE
RATIO OF THE ORIGINAL UI AMOUNT DRAWN OUT.

7.

A CASE STUDY BASED ON THE ABOVE METHODOLOGY FOR 19-3-2007 UI ACCOUNT


ISSUED BY NRPC IS SHOWN IN THE NEXT SLIDE.

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SAMPLE CASE FOR 19TH MARCH 2007


ACTUAL UI AMOUNT FOR PAYEE AND RECEIVING
CONSTITUENTS

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METHODOLOGY FOR ZERO BALANCING


THE UI POOL ACCOUNT
AT INTER-STATE LEVEL

MIS-MATCH BETWEEN THE PAYABLE AND RECEIVABLE


AMOUNT FROM THE UI ACCOUNT IS (903.0818-820.2534)= 82.8285
LACS RUPEES.

THIS DIFFERENCE IS DIVIDED EQUALLY BETWEEN THE


TWO i.e.PAYING & RECEIVING ENTITIES IN THE RATIO 50:50
AMOUNTING TO 41.41423 LACS RUPEES EACH.

SINCE NO INTER-REGIONAL LINK IS AMONGST THE


RECEIVING UTILITES 41.41423 LACS IS DIVIDED AMONGST
ALL THE RECEIVING UTILITIES IN PROPORTION TO THEIR
UNADJUSTED UI AMOUNT.

AMONGST THE PAYING UTLITIES EXCLUDING THE INTERREGIONAL LINKS THE AMOUNT OF 41.41423 LACS IS
CREDITED
TO ALL IN PROPORTION TO THEIR UNADJUSTED UI AMOUNT.

THE ADJUSTED ACCOUNTS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE NEXT


SLIDE.
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ADJUSTED UI ACCOUNT FOR PAYEE AND RECEIVING


CONSTITUENTS
RECEIVING
ENTITY

IN AMOUNT TERMS
UNADJ
ADJ
IN RS.
IN RS.
LACS
LACS
SINGRAULI
STPS
-12.6607 -13.2999
RIHAND
STPS
-2.9686
-3.1184
RIHAND-II
STPS
-5.1196
-5.3781
DADRI
TPS
-8.0428
-8.4488
UNCHAHAR-I
TPS
-3.4912
-3.6675
UNCHHR
ST.2&3
-6.0003
-6.3033
AURAIYA
GPP
-6.1404
-6.4504
BAIRASIUL
HEP
-2.2106
-2.3222
SALAL
HEP
-3.3357
-3.5042
TANAKPUR
HEP
-0.4534
-0.4763
CHAMERA
HEP
-7.3967
-7.7701
CHAMERA
HEP-II
-1.6079
-1.6891
DHAULIGANGA
HEP
-0.5676
-0.5962
NATHPA JHAKARI JHAKRI -5.3407
-5.6103
TEHRI
HEP
-3.3180
-3.4856
CHANDIGARH
-8.49598 -8.92494
DELHI
-443.8578 -466.268
H.P.
-169.0352 -177.5697
J&K
-19.88654 -20.8906
PUNJAB
-39.29868 -41.28285
RAILWAYS
-6.91464 -7.26376
UTTARANCHAL
-64.11027 -67.34717
TOTAL RECEIVABLE
-820.2534 -861.6676

PAYING
ENTITY

ANTA
GPP
DADRI
GPP
URI
HEP
HARYANA
RAJASTHAN
U.P.
WR TO NR
ER TO NR
TOTAL PAYABLE

IN AMOUNT TERMS
UNADJ
ADJ
IN RS.
IN RS.
LACS
LACS
0.1512
0.1405
0.8130
0.7556
0.1202
0.1117
380.5332 353.6585
124.5707
115.773
80.21921 74.55384
114.1497 114.1497
202.5246 202.5246
903.0818 861.6675

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METHODOLOGY FOR ZERO BALANCING THE UI POOL


ACCOUNT AT INTRA-STATE LEVEL

In Intra State ABT also the UI account should be a Zero Balance


Account which indicates UI payable/receivable to/from the Regional UI
pool account should be equal to the UI receivable/payable in the IntraState UI pool Account.
The following mechanism is proposed :
1.
STU/SLDC shall draw-out the Intra-state UI account in
same principle as that of Inter-state UI account.
2.

As mentioned in case of inter-state level the Unscheduled

interchanges of Generating stations within Delhi are to be


determined with reference to their schedule at the point of
injection but for Distribution Licensees with reference to their
experiphery ( at the licensees periphery) schedule.
3.

The amount payable / receivable to the Regional pool account


would then be equated on the basis of Intra-state ABT amount.
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SAMPLE CASE FOR INTRA-STATE ABT


SETTLEMENT
ACTUAL UI AMOUNT FOR PAYEE AND RECEIVING
CONSTITUENTS

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METHODOLOGY FOR ZERO BALANCING


THE UI POOL ACCOUNT
AT INTER-STATE LEVEL

MIS-MATCH BETWEEN THE PAYABLE AND RECEIVABLE


AMOUNT FROM THE UI ACCOUNT IS (536.268-505.000)=
31.268
LACS RUPEES.

THIS DIFFERENCE IS DIVIDED EQUALLY BETWEEN THE


TWO i.e.PAYING & RECEIVING ENTITIES IN THE RATIO 50:50
AMOUNTING TO 15.634 LACS RUPEES EACH.

AMONGST THE RECEIVING UTILITES 15.634 LACS IS


DIVIDED AMONGST ALL THE RECEIVING UTILITIES IN
PROPORTION TO THEIR UNADJUSTED UI AMOUNT.

AMONGST THE PAYING UTLITIES EXCLUDING THE INTERSTATE ACCOUNT THE AMOUNT OF 15.634 LACS IS
CREDITED
TO ALL IN PROPORTION TO THEIR UNADJUSTED UI AMOUNT.

THE ADJUSTED ACCOUNTS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE NEXT


SLIDE.
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ADJUSTED UI ACCOUNT FOR PAYEE AND RECEIVING


CONSTITUENTS

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ACCOUNTING METHODOLOGY FOR


MONTHLY ENERGY ACCOUNTS
1 FOR GENERATING STATIONS WITHIN DELHI
SLDC SHALL COMPUTE
A) STATIONWISE AVAILABILITY BASED ON THE DECLARED CAPACITY
BY GENERATING STATIONS ON REAL TIME BASIS AS PER THE
PROVISIONS OF IEGC. (IEGC STIPULATES
TO DISCOURAGE FRIVOLOUS REVISIONS, RLDC (IN DELHIS CASE,
SLDC) MAY, AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION, REFUSE TO ACCEPT
SCHEDULE / CAPABILITY CHANGES OF LESS THAN TWO (2)
PERCENT OF THE PREVIOUS SCHEDULE / CAPABILITY).
THESE WOULD BE COMPILED ON MONTHLY AND CUMMULATIVE
FINANCIAL YEAR BASIS IN PERCENTAGE.

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B)

THE SOURCEWISE ALLOCATION WOULD ALSO BE DRAWN OUT


BY SLDC BASED ON DERC ORDER ON TIME TO TIME ON
MONTHLY AND CUMMULATIVE FINANCIAL YEAR BASIS IN
PERCENTAGE.

C)

SCHEDULED ENERGY FOR THE MONTH DRAWN OUT FROM


DAILY IMPLEMENTED SCHEDULES PREPARED ON 15 MINUTES
TIME BLOCKS.

D)

INCENTIVE ENERGY ON MONTHLY BASIS AND CUMMULATIVE


FINANCIAL YEAR BASIS PAYABLE BY THE DISTRIBUTION
LICENSEES SHALL BE COMPUTED FOR THE ENERGY SCHEDULED
FROM THE STATIONS BEYOND THE TARGET PLF
FIXED FOR
INCENTIVE PURPOSE FIXED BY THE APPROPRIATE
COMMISSION.
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FOR CENTRAL SECTOR

AFTER ISSUANCE OF NRPC ACCOUNTS IN RESPECT OF ISGS AND OTHER


SHARED GENERATING STATIONS, SLDC SHALL COMPUTE FOLLOWING :
A)

SOURCE WISE ALLOCATION OF THE SOURCES ON MONTHLY AND CUMULATIVE


FINANCIAL YEAR BASIS IN PERCENTAGE AS SHOWN BELOW
LICENSEES 'ALLOCATION IN %'
SOURCE

NDMC

MES

NDPL

BRPL

BYPL

TOTAL

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

49.65

7.09

12.62

18.85

11.78

100

IP

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

RPH

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

GT

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

PRAGATI

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

HIMACHAL

33.33

33.34

33.33

100

DVC

29.18

43.58

27.24

100

C. SECTOR
BTPS

B) SOURCEWISE SCHEDULED ENERGY TO EACH DISTRIBUTION LICENSEES BASED


ON THE DAILY IMPLEMENTED SCHEDULES.
C) SOURCEWISE INCENTIVE ENERGY FOR THERMAL AND GAS STATIONS ON
MONTHLY BASIS AND CUMMULATIVE FINANCIAL YEAR BASIS.
CENTRAL SECTOR GENERATING STATIONS AND GENERATING STATIONS WITHIN DELHI
SHALL RAISE BILLS ON MONTHLY BASIS BASED ON THESE ACCOUNTS ISSUED BY
SLDC.

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CENTRAL SECTOR TRANSMISSION CHARGES

FOR TRANSMISSION CHARGES BILL, NRPC ISSUES THE WEIGHTED


AVERAGE PERCENTAGE SHARE OF CENTRAL SECTOR GENERATING
CAPACITY BASED ON WHICH TRANSMISSION CHARGES ARE
PAYABLE TO PGCIL.

THESE CHARGES WOULD FURTHER BE BIFURCATED AS PER SLDC


COMPUTATION OF CENTRAL SECTOR ALLOCATION TO
DISTRIBUTION LICENSEES IN DELHI.

AT PRESENT, NO CENTRAL SECTOR TRANSMISSION CHARGES ARE


APPLICABLE TO NDMC AND MES AS BOTH ARE NOT ALLOCATED
ANY POWER FROM CENTRAL SECTOR STATIONS AS PER THE DERC
ORDER.

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THE TRANSMISSION CHARGES


APPORTIONMENT OF DISTRIBUTION
LICENSEES WOULD BE AS UNDER :

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STATE SECTOR TRANSMISSION CHARGES


FOR STATE SECTOR TRANSMISSION CHARGES, BILLS SHALL
BE ISSUED BY STU BASED ON THE ALLOCATION OF STATE
SECTOR GENERATING CAPACITY TO THE DISTRIBUTION
LICENSEES BASED ON THE CHARGES FIXED BY DERC.

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SCHEDULING EXPERIENCE
In scheduling & dispatch of power there no major hurdle
except the fact that there is a mismatch between
requirement availability of NDMC and MES due to
entire requirement has been booked to single source i.e.
BTPS. When all machines of BTPS are on bars these
utilities are left with surplus power whereas if machines
are down there is a shortage and over-drawal by both the
utilities.

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CASE STUDY FOR NDMC


The following table indicates that the scheduling done by SLDC in case of
NDMC and MES is most economic as mandated by the law (EA 2003 Section
32.2.(e)) which indicates The State Load Despatch Centre shall
be responsible for carrying out real time operations for grid control and
despatch of electricity within the State through secure and economic
operation of the State grid in accordance with the Grid Standards and the
State Grid Code.

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CASE STUDYFOR MES


Due to single source allocation to MES the vital utility is facing shortages
due to outage of units at BTPS which is evident from the scheduling
profile for 01-04-2007 as indicated hereunder :

This scenario has also happened in case of NDMC when Unit No. 5 & 1
at BTPS were out due to the similar constraints.
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Disposal of Surplus Power and


Availing additional requirement to
meet the peak demand.

SLDCs role as per IEGC clause 4 of Annexure 1 is


only as a facilitator not a trader/broker for
identifying buyer/seller for arranging scheduled
inter-change within the region or across the
regional
boundary.

For arriving at the Drawal Schedule of Distribution


Licensees they are required to indicate the
quantum of power from their share to be booked
for
sale. They are not able to match their individual
schedule with the total requirement. The example
is
as shown in the next slide.

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Disposal of Surplus Power


SLDC faced difficulties in scheduling purposes for power transfer of Delhi
to UPPCL and Delhi to TPTCL during off-peak hours. In both the deals
BRPL was the co-ordinator and has to give the agreed aggregate
requirement
of the buyers i.e. to the tune of 400 550 MW
in case of
UPPCL and
upto 200 MW in case of TPC. Finally SLDC has to apply the own logic to draw out
the drawal schedules of the states as was done in case of UPPCL deal effective
from 5-4-07.
Utilities

Quantum indicated at Delhi


Periphery by BRPL in MW

Quantum finalized by
SLDC at Delhi
Periphery in
MW

Percentage Share as
finalized by
SLDC

BRPL

170

137

34.25

BYPL

90

72

18.0

NDPL

115

93

23.25

NDMC

100

80

20.0

MES

22

18

4.5

497
(against the requirement of 400
MW)

400

100

TOTAL

The same percentage share has been applied to TPC deal also.

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Availing the additional Power to meet the


peak Demand
On behalf of Discoms DTL has committed 750 MW off-take from MP during July to
October07 the corridor booking is required to be done by 19th April07 for July
transaction and 19th May07 for August transaction, etc. SLDC requested all
Distribution Licensees to book the corridor as per the individual requirement. It was
also advised in case no agreement for individual agreement is arrived the ratio of
CPSU allocation made to Distribution Licensees be applied for booking the corridor.
The individual quantum as per CPSU allocation are as under :
Utilities

Note :

% Share of CPSUs

Quantum to be booked as per


CPSU allocation in MW

BRPL

43.58

327

BYPL

27.24

204

NDPL

29.18

219

Total

100.00

750

NDMC & MES demand is likely to be met from the allocation of BTPS i.e. 49.65% and
7.09 % capacity allocation from BTPS respectively.

These co-ordination activities should be done by DPPG instead of SLDC.


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