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Draft National Electricity Plan

(Volume - II) Transmission


[In fulfilment of CEAs obligation under section 3(4) of the Electricity Act 2003]

Government of India Ministry of Power Central Electricity Authority

February 2012

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(Volume - II) Transmission
[In fulfilment of CEAs obligation under section 3(4) of the Electricity Act 2003]

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CHAPTER TITLE PAGE

Contents Acronyms

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Chapter - 1

INTRODUCTION

1.1 1.6 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.4 1.5

1.1 National Electricity Plan 1.2 National Electricity Plan Transmission 1.3 Transmission System in India 1.4 Provisions of the National Electricity Policy 1.5 Provisions of the Tariff Policy 1.6 Provisions in CERC Regulations

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GROWTH OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM IN INDIA

2.1 2.8 2.1 2.2 2.4 2.6

2.1 Growth of transmission system in India 2.2 Development of National Grid 2.3 Growth of transmission system in physical terms 2.4 Landmark events for transmission sector

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TRANSMISSION PLANNING PHILOSOPHY 3.1 3.6 3.1 3.2 3.3

3.1 Transmission planning philosophy 3.2 Planning Objectives 3.3 Transmission planning approach for market scenario (i)

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CHAPTER TITLE 3.4 Highlights of Transmission Planning Criteria PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

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Chapter - 4

4.1 4.4 4.1 4.1 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.3

4.1 Coordinated planning and Standing Committees for Power System Planning 4.2 Formulation of transmission schemes 4.3 Implementation of ISTS 4.4 Intra-STS planning and development 4.5 Transmission planning studies 4.6 Technological options

Chapter - 5

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND SMART GRID

5.1 5.4 5.1 5.1 5.3

5.1 The challenges in design and operation of national grid 5.2 Adoption of new technologies 5.3 Smart national grid

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XI PLAN PROGRESS AND PROGRAMME

6.1 6.14 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.9 6.10

6.1 Introduction 6.2 Summary of XI Plan Transmission Programme 6.3 Development of HVDC Systems during XI Plan 6.4 Development of 765kV Systems during XI Plan 6.5 Progress and programme during XI Plan 6.6 Development of Inter-Regional transmission capacity during the XI Plan 6.7 Challenges in implementation of XI Plan 6.8 Development of Regional Grids during the XI Plan

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ANNEXES - XI PLAN PROGRESS AND PROGRAMME

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Annex-6.1 Transmission system addition during 200708 Annex-6.2 Transmission system addition during 200809 Annex-6.3 Transmission system addition during 200910 Annex-6.4 Transmission system addition during 201011 Annex-6.5 Transmission system addition and programme during 2011-12 Annex-6.6 Details of transmission line projects (220 kV & above) under execution where major forest clearance problem were encountered by Implementing Agencies Annex-6.7 Transmission schemes under execution during 11th Plan Chapter 7 XII PLAN PROGRAMME 7.1 Evolving transmission system for XII Plan 7.2 Inter-Regional Transmission Capacity Programme 7.3 Implementation through competitive bidding for development of transmission system during 12th Plan 7.4 Transmission schemes planned for XII Plan period 7.5 Northern Region - Transmission Schemes 7.6 Western Region - Transmission Schemes 7.7 Southern Region - Transmission Schemes 7.8 Eastern Region - Transmission Schemes 7.9 North-Eastern Region - Transmission Schemes 7.10 Evacuation schemes for generation projects in Bhutan for import of power in India 7.11 765kV transmission systems planned for 12th Plan/ early 13th Plan (iii)

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CHAPTER TITLE 7.12 HVDC transmission systems planned for 12th Plan/ early 13th Plan 7.13 Use of higher levels of voltage for transmission in national grid 7.14 Transmission system for Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP) 7.15 Evolution of high capacity power transmission corridors 7.16 Transmission System Development Programme for 12th Plan 7.17 Fund requirement for development of transmission System during 12th Plan Period 7.18 Integration of renewable energy sources (RES) generation in national grid 7.19 Transmission expansion assessment for 13th Plan Grid map of the existing and planned transmission system of 400kV and above voltage level in India

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Chapter 7A ANNEXES XII PLAN PROGRAMME Annex-7.1 Northern Region transmission scheme details Annex-7.2 Western Region transmission scheme details Annex-7.3 Southern Region transmission scheme details Annex-7.4 Eastern Region transmission scheme details Annex-7.5 North Eastern Region transmission scheme details Annex-7.6 Transmission scheme details for projects in Bhutan

7A.1 7A.42 7A.1 7A.10 7A.18 7A.26 7A.34 7A.41

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ACRONYMS

ACRONYMS ABT AC AEGCL AERC AI APDRP APP APTRANSCO Aug b-t-b CEA CERC Ckm CPP CPSU CSEB CTU D/C DVC EA 2003 EHV EMTP EPS ER ERC FACTS GETCO GIS GOI GVA

EXPANSION Availability Based Tariff Alternating Current Assam Electric Generation Company Limited Assam Electricity Regulatory Commission All India Accelerated Power Development and Reform Program Atomic Power Plant Andhra Pradesh Transmission Corporation Augmentation back-to-back Central Electricity Authority Central Electricity Regulatory Commission circuit kilometer Central Power Project Central Public Sector Undertaking Chhatisgarh State Electricity Board Central Transmission Utility Double Circuit Damodar Valley Corporation Electricity Act 2003 Extra High Voltage Electro Magnetic Transient Phenomena Electric Power Survey Eastern Region Electricity Regulatory Commission Flexible AC Transmission System Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Gas Insulated Switchgear Government of India Giga Volt Ampere

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ACRONYMS GW GWe HEP HVDC ICTs ISTS Intra-STS JV KPTCL KUMPP kV LILO LNG LT LTOA MAPP MoP MVA MVAR MW NEEPCO NEP NER NHPC NLC NLCPR NPC NPCIL NR NRLDC NRPC NTPC ONGC op.

EXPANSION Giga Watt Giga Watt Electrical Hydro Electric Project High Voltage Direct Current Interconnecting Transformers Inter State Transmission System Intra-State Transmission System Joint Venture Karnataka Power transmission Corporation Limited Krishnapattnam UMPP kilo Volt Line In Line Out Liquefied Natural Gas Low Tension Long Term Open Access Madras APP Ministry of Power Mega Volt Ampere Mega Volt Ampere Reactive Mega Watt North Eastern Electric Power Corporation National Electricity Plan North Eastern Region National Hydro Power Corporation Neyveli Lignite Corporation Non Lapsable Central Pool Resources Nuclear Power Corporation Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited Northern Region Northern Regional Load Dispatch Center Northern Regional Power Committee National Thermal Power Corporation Oil and Natural Gas Corporation operated
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ACRONYMS PFBR PFC PG PGCIL PLCC PLF PMGY PPA PSS PMU PSU PTC PTC PTCUL Quad R&M RAPP RE RPC RL RLDC RoW RPCs S/C S/C on D/C S/S, s/s SC SEB SERC SLDC SR SRLDC SRPC STATCOM

EXPANSION Pulverized Fuel Breeding Reactor Power Finance Corporation Power Grid Powergrid Corporation of India Limited Power Line Carrier Communication Plant Load Factor Prime Minister Grameen Yojana Power Purchase Agreement Power System Stabilizer Phasor Measurement Unit Public Sector Undertaking Power Trading Corporation Power Trading Corporation Power Transmission Corporation of Uttranchal Ltd Quadrupled Bundle Conductor Renovation & Modernisation Rajasthan APP Rural Electrification Regional Power Committee Root Length Regional Load Dispatch Center Right of Way Regional Power Committees Single Circuit Single Circuit on Double Circuit towers Sub-station, sub-station Series Compensation State Electricity Board State Electricity Regulatory Commission State Load Dispatch Center Southern Region Southern Regional Load Dispatch Center Southern Region Power Committee Static Compensation
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ACRONYMS Stg 2nd ckt STOA STU SVC TAPP Tckm TCSC TM TPS TSECL UCPTT UHVDC UI ULDC UMPP VAR VLGO WR WRLDC WRPC

EXPANSION Stringing of second circuit Short Term Open Access State Transmission Utility Static VAR Compensation Tarapur APP Thousand circuit kilometer Thyristor Controlled Series Compensation Twin Moose Thermal Power Station Tripura State Electric Corporation Limited Unified Common Pool Transmission Tariff Ultra HVDC Unscheduled Interchange Unified Load Dispatch Center Ultra Mega Power Project Volt Ampere Reactive Very Large Grid Operators Western Region Western Regional Load Dispatch Center Western Region Power Committee

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CHAPTER - 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 NATIONAL ELECTRICITY PLAN As per Section 3 of the Electricity Act 2003, Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has been entrusted with the responsibility of preparing the National Electricity Plan in accordance with the National Electricity Policy and notify such plan once in five years. The Act provides that the draft of National Electricity Plan has to be published inviting suggestions and objections from licensees, generating companies and the public and CEA has to obtain approval of the Central Government before notifying the National Electricity Plan. 1.2 NATIONAL ELECTRICITY PLAN TRANSMISSION Transmission planning is a continuous process of identification of transmission system addition requirements, their timing and need. The transmission requirements could arise from new generation additions in the system, increase in demand and general system strengthening not necessarily associate with a particular generation project. These transmission addition requirements are identified, studied and firmed through the transmission planning process. This document Draft National Electricity Plan(Vol-II) Transmission elaborates plan for development of transmission systems in India during 12th Five Year Plan period (i.e. 2012-13 to 2016-17). 1.3 TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS IN INDIA The transmission systems that are in place in the country consist of Inter-State Transmission System(ISTS) and Intra State Transmission System(Intra-STS). 1.3.1 Inter-State Transmission System (ISTS) ISTS is mainly owned and operated by Power Grid Corporation of India Limited(POWERGRID) which is also Central Transmission Utility(CTU). In future, Inter-State Transmission System (ISTS) schemes would be built through competitive bidding and many private sector entities would own and operate the ISTS elements. Already, a number of ISTS schemes owned by the private sector or joint venture(JV) between private sector and POWERGRID are under construction. The ISTS serves the following purpose:

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Evacuation of power from inter-state generation stations which have beneficiaries in more than one state. Onwards transmission of power for delivery of power from inter-state generation stations up to the delivery point of the state grid.

(iii) Transfer of operational surpluses from surplus state(s) to deficit state(s) or from surplus region(s) to deficit region(s). 1.3.2 Intra State transmission system (Intra-STS) Intra-STS within the state are mainly owned and operated by the state transmission utilities of each state. The Intra-STS serves the following purpose: (i) (ii) Evacuation of power from the generating stations having beneficiaries in that State. Onwards transmission within the State from ISTS boundary up to the various substations of the state grid network.

(iii) Transmission within the state grid for delivery of power to the load centres within the state.

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PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICITY POLICY Some of transmission related provisions of the National Electricity Policy, which have implication with regard to the National Electricity Plan, are: (i) Adequate and timely investments and also efficient and coordinated action to develop a robust and integrated power system for the country. Augmenting transmission capacity keeping in view the massive increase planned in generation and also for development of power market.

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(iii) While planning new generation capacities, requirement of associated transmission capacity would need to be worked out simultaneously in order to avoid mismatch between generation capacity and transmission facilities. The policy emphasizes the following to meet the above objective: The Central Government would facilitate the continued development of the National Grid for providing adequate infrastructure for interstate transmission of power and to ensure that underutilized generation capacity is facilitated to generate electricity for its transmission from surplus regions to deficit regions.

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The Central Transmission Utility (CTU) and State Transmission Utility (STU) have the key responsibility of network planning and development based on the National Electricity Plan in coordination with all concerned agencies as provided in the Act. The CTU is responsible for the national and regional transmission system planning and development. The STU is responsible for planning and development of the intra-state transmission system. The CTU would need to coordinate with the STUs for achievement of the shared objective of eliminating transmission constraints in cost effective manner. Network expansion should be planned and implemented keeping in view the anticipated transmission needs that would be incident on the system in the open access regime. Prior agreement with the beneficiaries would not be a pre-condition for network expansion. CTU/STU should undertake network expansion after identifying the requirements in consultation with stakeholders and taking up the execution after due regulatory approvals. Structured information dissemination and disclosure procedures should be developed by the CTU and STUs to ensure that all stakeholders are aware of the status of generation and transmission projects and plans. These should form a part of the overall planning procedures. The State Regulatory Commissions who have not yet notified the grid code under the Electricity Act 2003 should notify the same not later than September 2005. (iv) Open access in transmission has been introduced to promote competition amongst the generating companies who can now sell to different distribution licencees across the country. This should lead to availability of cheaper power. The Act mandates non-discriminatory open access in transmission from the very beginning. When open access to distribution networks is introduced by the respective State Commissions for enabling bulk consumers to buy directly from competing generators, competition in the market would increase the availability of cheaper and reliable power supply. The Regulatory Commissions need to provide facilitative framework for non-discriminatory open access. This requires load dispatch facilities with state-of-the art communication and data acquisition capability on a real time basis. While this is the case currently at the regional load dispatch centers, appropriate State Commissions must ensure that matching facilities with technology upgrades are provided at the State level, where necessary and realized not later than June 2006.

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To facilitate orderly growth and development of the power sector and also for secure and reliable operation of the grid, adequate margins in transmission system should be created. The transmission capacity would be planned and built to cater to both the redundancy levels and margins keeping in view international standards and practices. A well planned and strong transmission system will ensure not only optimal utilization of transmission capacities but also of generation facilities and would facilitate achieving ultimate objective of cost effective delivery of power. To facilitate cost effective transmission of power across the region, a national transmission tariff framework needs to be implemented by CERC. The tariff mechanism would be sensitive to distance, direction and related to quantum of flow. As far as possible, consistency needs to be maintained in transmission pricing framework in inter-State and intraState systems. Further it should be ensured that the present network deficiencies do not result in unreasonable transmission loss compensation requirements.

(vi) The necessary regulatory framework for providing non-discriminatory open access in transmission as mandated in the Electricity Act 2003 is essential for signaling efficient choice in locating generation capacity and for encouraging trading in electricity for optimum utilization of generation resources and consequently for reducing the cost of supply. (vii) Special mechanisms would be created to encourage private investment in transmission sector so that sufficient investments are made for achieving the objective of demand to be fully met by 2012.

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PROVISIONS OF THE TARIFF POLICY Some of related provisions of the Tariff Policy, which provide objective in development of transmission systems through transmission tariff framework, are: The tariff policy, insofar as transmission is concerned, seeks to achieve the following objectives: 1. Ensuring optimal development of the transmission network to promote efficient utilization of generation and transmission assets in the country; 2. Attracting the required investments in the transmission sector and providing adequate returns.

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A suitable transmission tariff framework for all inter-State transmission, including transmission of electricity across the territory of an intervening State as well as conveyance within the State which is incidental to such inter-state transmission, needs to be implemented with the objective of promoting effective utilization of all assets across the country and accelerated development of new transmission capacities that are required.

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PROVISIONS IN CERC REGULATIONS In accordance with the Act, the central commission has issued regulations which entitle distribution licensees, generators, electricity traders and permitted open access customers to seek access to the inter-state transmission system. As per the present regulations access to the transmission system can be sought on short, medium or long term basis. The Central Transmission Utility (CTU) is the nodal agency for providing medium term (3 months to 3 years) and long term (12 to 25 years) access that are typically required by a generating station or a trader on its behalf. The nodal agency for grant of short term open access (up to three months) is the Regional Load Dispatch Centre. The nodal agency for providing transmission access to the power exchanges is the National Load Dispatch Centre. The long term access is to be granted through the transmission planning route.

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GROWTH OF TRANSMISSON SYSTEM IN INDIA
2.1 GROWTH OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS IN INDIA

2.1.1 Formation of State Grids for integrated planning At the time of independence, power systems in the country were essentially isolated systems developed in and around urban and industrial areas. The installed generating capacity in the country was only about 1300 MW and the power system consisted of small generating stations feeding power radially to load centres. The highest transmission voltage was 132 kV. The state-sector network grew at voltage level up to 132 kV during the 50s and 60s and then to 220 kV during 60s and 70s. Subsequently, in many states (U.P., Maharashtra, M.P., Gujarat, Orissa, A.P., and Karnataka) substantial 400kV network was also developed in the State sector as large quantum of power was to be transmitted over long distances. With the development of state grids in most states of the country the stage was set for development of regional grids. 2.1.2 Concept of Regional Planning and Integration of State Grids During the 3rd Five Year Plan, the concept of Regional planning in Power Sector was introduced. Accordingly, for the purposes of power development planning, the country was demarcated into five power Regions viz. Northern, Western, Southern, Eastern and North-Eastern. In 1964, the Regional Electricity Boards were established in each of the Regions of the country for facilitating integrated operation of State Systems in the Region and encouraging exchange of power among the States. To encourage the States to build infrastructure for exchange of such power, inter-State lines were treated as centrally sponsored and the States were provided interest free loans outside the State Plan. 55 nos. of inter-State lines were constructed under the programme of which 13 lines were connecting States located in different Regions and this created the initial set of inter-Regional links. These lines facilitated exchange of power in radial mode among the various Regions. 2.1.3 Evolution of Regional Grids Till about 1975 the development of transmission was essentially by the State Electricity Boards/ Electricity Departments in the States and Union Territories. In 1975, to supplement the efforts of the states in increasing generation capacities, Central Sector generation utilities viz. National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) and National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) were created. These corporations established large generating station for the 2.1
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benefit of States in a region. These corporations also undertook development of associated transmission lines, for evacuation of power and delivery of power to the beneficiary States transcending state boundaries. This gave a fillip to the formation of Regional Grid Systems and by the end of 1980s, strong regional networks came into existence. 2.1.4 Development of inter-regional links In 1989, transmission wings of Central generating companies were separated to set up Power Grid Corporation of India (POWERGRID) to give thrust to implementation of transmission system associated with Central generating stations and inter-Regional transmission programme based on perspective planning done by CEA. Till then, the generation and transmission systems in the country were planned and developed on the basis of regional selfsufficiency and the initial set of inter-regional links developed under the Centrally sponsored programme for building inter-state infrastructure of State utilities, was utilized to facilitate exchange of operational surpluses among the various Regions in a limited manner because the Regional Grids operated independently and had different operating frequencies and the power exchanges on these inter-regional links could take place only in radial mode.

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DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL GRID The National Grid consists of the transmission system for evacuation of power from generating stations, the inter-regional links, Inter State transmission system and Intra-State transmission of the STUs. Thus, development of national grid has been an evolutionary process. It is expected that, at the end of 12th Plan, each region in the country would be connected to an adjacent region(s) through at least two high capacity synchronous 400kV or 765kV lines and a HVDC bipole/back-to-back link. This would make the National Grid a large, meshed synchronous transmission grid where all the regional and State grids in them would be electrically connected and operating at single frequency. Following describes the evolution of National Grid.

2.2.1 Asynchronous Interconnections between Regional Grids Considering the operational regime of the various Regional Grids, it was decided around 1990s to establish initially asynchronous connection between the Regional Grids to enable them to exchange large regulated quantum of power. Accordingly, a 500 MW asynchronous HVDC back-to-back link between the Northern Region and the Western Region at Vindhyachal was established. Subsequently, similar links between Western Region and Southern Region (1000 MW capacity at Bhadrawati) and between Eastern Region and Southern Region (500 MW capacity at Gazuwaka) and between Eastern Region and Northern Region (500 MW capacity at Sasaram), were 2.2

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established. The capacity of Gazuwaka link between Eastern Region and Southern Region has been increased to 1000 MW. 2.2.2 Synchronization of Regional Grids In 1992 the Eastern Region and the North-Eastern Region were synchronously interconnected through a Birpara-Salakati 220kV double circuit transmission line and subsequently by a 400 kV D/C Bongaigaon -Malda line. Western Region was interconnected to ER-NER system synchronously through 400kV Rourkela-Raipur D/C line in 2003 and thus the Central India system consisting of ER-NER-WR came in to operation. In 2006 with commissioning of Muzaffarpur-Gorakhpur 400kV D/C line, the Northern region also got interconnected to this system making an upper India system having the NR-WR-ER-NER system. In 2007 NR was also synchronously interconnected with WR through Agra-Gwalior 765kV S/C line-1 400kV operation. 2.2.3 All India Planning and Evolution of Integrated National Grid Since the advent of the current century, the focus of planning the generation and the transmission system in the country has shifted from the orientation of regional self-sufficiency to the concept of optimization of utilization of resources on all-India basis. Generation planning studies carried out by CEA had indicated that the capacity addition planned on all-India basis is less than that planned on regional basis. Further, a strong all-India integrated national grid enables harnessing of unevenly distributed generation resources in the country. Recognizing the need for development of National grid, thrust was given to enhance the capacity of inter-regional links in a phased manner. Total inter-regional transmission capacity by the end of 9th Plan was 5750 MW. During 10th Plan i.e. 2002-07, a total of 8300 MW of inter-regional capacities were added. In this effort, major achievements were - addition of Talcher-Kolar HVDC Bipole, second module of HVDC back-to-back system between SR and ER at Gazuwaka, HVDC back-to-back system between NR and ER at Sasaram, synchronous inter-connection of NER/ER grid with WR grid by Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C line, synchronous inter-connection of NER/ER/WR grid with NR grid by Muzaffarpur-Gorakhpur 400kV D/C (quad) line and subsequently, one circuit of Patna-Balia 400kV D/C (quad) line and Agra-Gwaliar 765kV transmission line (operated at 400kV). Total inter-regional transmission capacity by the end of 10th Plan was 14050 MW and is expected to be 25650 MW by end of 11th Plan (i.e. March 2012). Transmission constraints rarely occur due to physical limits of inter-regional transmission capacity. Details of inter-regional links that are expected to be implemented during 11th Plan period are given in Chapter-6, and those under-construction/ planned for 12th Plan period are given in Chapter-7.

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GROWTH OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM IN PHYSICAL TERMS There has been a consistent increase in the transmission network and transformation capacity in India. This increase is in consonance with increase in generation and demand of electricity in the country. The increase in the transmission lines of 220kV and above voltage levels, in terms of circuit kilometres, have been roughly five times in last 26 years and that for substation capacity more than seven times in the same period. There has been more increase in the transmission system at higher voltage levels and substation capacities. This aspect of growth in transmission highlights requirements of transmission network to carry bulk power over longer distances and at the same time optimize right of way, minimize losses and improve grid reliability.

2.3.1 Growth in transmission lines Cumulative growth in transmission lines, of 220kV and above voltage levels, since end of 6th five-year plan(i.e. March 1985) to fourth year of 11th Plan (i.e. March 2011) is depicted below: Growth of Transmission Lines(ckm) at the end of each Plan: Voltage level 765kV HVDC Bipole 400kV 6th Plan 0 7th Plan 0 8th Plan 0 9th Plan 971 10th Plan 1704 11th Plan (4th year) 3340

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2.3.2 Growth of Substations Cumulative growth in transformation capacity of substations and HVDC terminals, of 220kV and above voltage levels, since end of 6th five-year plan(i.e. March 1985) to fourth year of 11th Plan (i.e. March 2011) is depicted below: Growth of Substations (MVA/ MW) at the end of each Plan:

6th Plan 765kV HVDC Bipole 400kV 220kV Total MVA/MW 0

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LANDMARK EVENTS FOR TRANSMISSION SECTOR Development of the transmission network has been done in tandem with growth in generation capacity. The growth in transmission system is characterized by the physical growth in transmission network as well as introduction of higher transmission voltages and new technologies for bulk power transmission. Landmark events of this growth are:

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Electricity (Supply) Act 1948. The Act provided for establishment of the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and the State Electricity Boards Growth of State Grids and introduction of 220kV voltage level Constitution of Regional Electricity Boards Interconnecting State Grids to form Regional Grid systems Introduction of 400kV voltage level Growth of Regional Grid Systems as associated transmission system with Central Sector generation HVDC back-to-back System Introduction of HVDC bi-pole line Synchronous inter-connection of ER and NER Transmission planning re-oriented towards all-India system 2.6

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Introduction of 765kV transmission line (initially charged at 400kV) - Electricity Act 2003 - ABT with real time settlement mechanism implemented in all the five electrical regions creating the basic infrastructure for the operation of an electricity market. - Synchronous inter-connection of WR with ER-NER system - Bulk inter-regional HVDC transmission system

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Open access in transmission Synchronous inter-connection of NR with ER-NER-WR system 765kV operation of Sipat Substation 765kV operation of 765kV transmission lines Notification of POSOCO for operation of RLDCs/NLDC as a separate organization form CTU Implementation of point-of-connection based method for sharing transmission charges and losses all across the country.

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TRANSMISSION PLANNING PHILOSOPHY
3.1 TRANSMISSION PLANNING PHILOSOPHY Transmission planning philosophy in India has evolved over last few decades keeping pace with developments and needs of the electricity sector. The transmission planning has been aligned with the new Electricity Act, National electricity policy, tariff policy, regulations and market orientation of the electricity sector. The objectives, approach and criteria for transmission planning, which evolved in time, take care of uncertainties in load growth and generation capacity addition while optimizing investment in transmission on long term basis. These objectives, approach and criteria are kept in view while planning transmission addition requirements to meet targets for adequacy, security and reliability. Transmission plan is firmed up through system studies/analysis considering various technological options and the transmission planning philosophy.

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PLANNING OBJECTIVES Following objectives are taken into account while planning and developing transmission system in India. (1) Even development: Development of transmission system across the country so that all areas could have similar level of electricity system irrespective of uneven disposition of electric power generating sources in the country. Optimum utilisation of generation resources: Adequate transmission system development so as to optimally utilise the hydro-thermal mix of generation resources taking into account the concentration of coal in the eastern part of the country and hydro power sources in the north eastern and northern parts of the country. Harnessing diversity in regional peak demand: Obtaining advantages of diversity based exchanges of power; that is, exchanges on account of regional variations in generation and demand pattern arising due to geographical, seasonal, time of day and operational diversities. Providing flexibility for implementation: The Central Transmission Utility (CTU) and the State Transmission Utility (STU) responsible for planning the development of the transmission system. National Electricity 3:1
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Plan prepared by the Central Electricity Authority to serve as guiding document in this process. The Central Transmission Utility is responsible for inter-state transmission of electricity. The State Transmission Utility is responsible for transmission of power within the state. The Central Transmission Utility would have to coordinate with the State Transmission Utilities and the other stakeholders for preparing a wellcoordinated transmission plan for the country. As the generation sector has been de-licensed, the actual development may be at variance with respect to the programme indicated in National Electricity Plan. The transmission development programme would accordingly need to be reworked from time to time. Therefore, in the long run there could be deviations from the National Electricity Plan. With the emergence of new generating stations, the transmission system associated therewith would have to be quickly planned and executed. (5) Facilitating trading: Transmission system to facilitate trading of electricity, which under the Electricity Act, 2003, has been recognized as a distinct activity. It is expected that in consequence of this and the nondiscriminatory open access on the transmission system, market forces may influence the pattern of power flows requiring reassessment of adequacies/ inadequacies in the transmission network. For the need arising from trading in electricity, suitable system strengthening (to be taken up from time to time), and aligned with the perspective transmission plan would be required to be taken up by the Central Transmission Utility and the State Transmission Utilities in coordination with CEA. (6) Technology and cost optimization: Optimum development of transmission network based on feasibility analysis and techno-economic evaluation of technology options such as Extra High Voltages, AC, HVDC, hybrid, multi-circuit/multi-conductor lines, GIS, reactive compensation, dynamic compensation, etc. The objective should be to optimize cost of transmission system by use of technology. Right of Way optimization: With the all round development of our country and the increase in population, difficulty in obtaining corridors for power transmission has been increasing. Therefore, there is a need to optimize the power transmission corridors. Use of high capacity lines, multi circuit lines and increasing transmission capability of existing lines through use of re-conductoring using aluminiumalloy conductors or series compensation and flexible alternating current transmission systems (FACTS) devices where optimal, are to considered in the planning stage. Stage wise development: As generating capacity is built up in stages, the transmission capacity would also have to be built up in stages. Stage 3:2

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wise development of transmission capacity could be done by charging a higher voltage specification line at lower voltage initially, or by stringing circuits of multi-circuit line in phased manner or by use of series compensation at a later date on a line built with high current capacity conductors etc. (9) High capacity corridors from NER: The North-eastern Region of the country has hydro potential of the order of 30-35 GW most of which is yet to be developed. Development of this hydro potential alongwith industrial development in the North-eastern region(NER) is required so that increasing availability of power in the region is matched with growth in local demand. However, as the hydro potential in the NER is quite large (almost 70% of all future hydro power would come from NER), substantial power from this region would be required to be transmitted to Northern region and Western region where the growth in demand is much higher as compared to potential for local development of generation resources in those regions. In addition, power from Bhutan would also need to be transmitted towards NR/WR. As the Eastern region(ER) is in surplus and with development of further generation projects in ER utilising the coal reserves in that area, the ER will continue to be an exporting region. Thus the bulk of NER power would be transmitted directly to NR/WR over distances exceeding 2000 km. Considering the right of way constraints in the chicken-neck area and also to conserve the over-all right of way, high capacity transmission system consisting of hybrid network of HVDC and high capacity 400kV AC would be required to be developed. This development would need to be properly phased to match with the programme of development of hydro generation in NER. For bringing power from NER, a higher voltage of + 800kV HVDC has been considered. Reduction in losses and optimisation of right of way are the main objectives of adopting higher voltages.

(10) Full utilization of the generating capacity in Pit-head and Coastal Areas: For the full utilization of the capacity from cluster of generation projects mainly in pit-head and coastal areas, high capacity transmission system up to load centers in the country have to be planned keeping in view long distance of transmission, ROW optimization, operational flexibility of grid and the aim that no generating capacity is rendered idle due to transmission constraints. (11) Continued development of Regional Grids: Continued development of regional grids so as to meet the transmission needs within each of the regions. The development should cater to the power evacuation from generation capacity additions and strengthening in the regional grids addressing specific requirements of the area. It should provide transmission system to cater to changes in the pattern of power flows for inter-state transmission arising on account of capacity additions for intra3:3
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state benefits. The system should be strengthened to overcome the deficiencies and provide long term solution. (12) A strong All India Grid: Formation of strong All India Grid is a flagship endeavour to steer the development of Power System on planned path leading to cost effective fulfilment of the objective of Electricity to All at affordable prices. A strong All India Grid would enable harnessing of unevenly distributed generation resources in the country to their optimum potential. This together with open access in transmission would facilitate market-determined generation dispatches, thereby resulting in supply at reduced prices to the distribution utilities and ultimately to consumers benefit. (13) Regional grid substations where demand exceeds 300 MW: Transmission system of the regional grids for delivery of power to the state grids is an important component of regional grid systems. The endeavour could be to provide regional grid substations (preferably a 400kV grid substation) at places where demand exceeds 300 MW. This would also enable spread of high capacity grid in India. (14) Development of matching transmission system at 220kV and 132kV: Development of matching transmission system at 220kV and 132kV and also the sub-transmission and distribution system so as to cater to the load growth and ensure proper utilisation of development in generation and transmission facilities for the ultimate goal of delivery of the services up to the end consumers in the country.

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3.3.1 Enactment of the Electricity Act, 2003 has opened up hitherto constrained electricity market which was characterized by long term PPAs and inability of Distribution Companies and consumers to have a choice of suppliers. Besides, de-licensing generation and removing controls on captive generation, the Electricity Act 2003 makes it mandatory for the transmission licensee to provide non-discriminatory open access to its transmission system for use by any licensee or generating company for wheeling its power on payment of transmission charges. This creates enabling environment for competition among generators/traders to choose their customers and vice-versa. 3.3.2 The Act has also liberalized setting up of generating stations and any generating company can establish, operate and maintain a generating station. As a result, a large number of IPPs are setting up generating stations with the aim of selling power in various segments of the electricity market viz. longterm, medium-term, short-term, bilateral or day-ahead power exchange. During the 11th Plan, about 19,000 MW generating capacity is likely to be added through private sector. The contribution of the private sector i.e.
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Independent Power Producers (IPPs) during the 12th Plan may be between 40,000 60,000 MW. The magnitude of long term access (LTA) applications received by the CTU confirms this trend. 3.3.3 There is no firm knowledge of the perspective beneficiaries or delivery point when the transmission planning is taken up and for a number of generation projects and only target regions/ beneficiaries is known at the time of transmission planning. Under such scenario there is need to create adequate transmission infrastructure in time so that the new generating capacity is not bottled up after commissioning. While finalising the 11th Plan document, CEA had developed a strategy for transmission planning for the IPPs to take care of the possibility of lack of knowledge of firm beneficiaries in a market scenario at the time of transmission planning. The same approach is followed and sufficient margins would get built to cater the need of generation resource optimization through short-term trading and power exchange operation. 3.3.4 Based on application by a generator for Long Term Access, the transmission system is planned for evacuation of power from generating stations. The system planning studies are carried out considering projected load in accordance with forecasts of Electric Power Survey (EPS) and actual growth of the load in a State/region. The loads of various States are assumed irrespective of any PPAs. Thus, in this process, adequate inter-state transmission capacity gets created for evacuation of power from the generation project. However, delivery of their power to their actual beneficiaries may face some constraint. Further, adequate intra-state transmission system is also required to absorb power injected from ISTS. 3.3.5 During the planning process, some design margins get created in the network generally due to long term optimisation. These margins, alongwith operational and reliability margins which are variable in nature and depend upon system conditions and load flow pattern at that time provide sufficient additional capacity in the system for States to buy power more than their long-term PPAs. However, these margins can be utilized only up to a limit and may result into congestion if States start buying power in much excess of their forecasted requirements.

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The transmission system should be planned in an integrated manner. The optimization should include the total network including inter-state and intra-state transmission system. The National Grid should facilitate free flow of power across the regional boundaries. In the national approach, N-2 criteria may be adopted for testing the adequacy of transmission system from large generating complex (3000 MW or above) and multi line corridors (3 D/C lines or more), on case to case basis. Whereas, regional planning may be continued with N-1 criteria. However, while N-1 would be applied to test transmission adequacy without necessitating load shedding or rescheduling of generation during steady state operation, N-2 would be applied to test without necessitating load shedding but could be with rescheduling of generation during steady state operation. Inter-regional exchanges and inter-connection capacity on account of plant mix considerations, generation shortages due to forced outages, diversity in weather pattern and load forecasting errors in regions shall also be considered in the studies. Inter-regional exchange with a combination of surplus and deficit scenarios for different regions maximizing surplus in surplus region and deficit in deficit region to be considered in evolving National Grid. The adequacy of the transmission system should be tested for different load generation scenarios corresponding to one or more of the following so as to test the scenario of maximum burden on the transmission system: Summer Peak Load; Summer Off-peak Load; Winter Peak Load; Winter Off-peak Load; Monsoon Peak Load; Monsoon Off-peak Load;

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Sensitivity in respect of generation dispatch or load demand should be studied so as to study the possibility of increased burden on transmission system. Size and number of interconnecting transformers (ICTs) to planned in such a way that outage of any single unit does not over load the remaining ICTs or the underlying system. As a general rule, the ISTS shall be capable of withstanding and be secure against the following contingency outages: (a) Withstand without necessitating load shedding or rescheduling of generation during steady state operation Outage of a 132kV D/C line, or Outage of a 220kV D/C line, or Outage of a 400kV S/C line, or Outage of a 400kV S/C line with series compensation, or Outage of single Interconnecting Transformer, or Outage of one pole of HVDC Bipole line, or Outage of a 765kV S/C line without series compensation

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PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
4.1 COORDINATED PLANNING AND STANDING COMMITTEES FOR POWER SYSTEM PLANNING (SCPSP) Optimum development of growth plan requires coordinated planning of the inter State and intra-State grid systems. In respect of development of ISTS, the focus mainly is the interface of ISTS and State grid at drawal point of the State and the ability of ISTS to deliver this power and provide additional reliability to the State grid. In respect of development of Intra-STS, the focus is to enhance ability of State grid to transmit power drawn from ISTS and its own generating stations up to its load centers. The process of integrated planning is being coordinated by the Central Electricity Authority as part of its functions and duties under Section 73(a) of the Electricity act 2003. To fulfil this objective and carry out integrated planning through coordination and consultation with transmission utilities and other stake-holders, CEA has constituted Regional Standing Committees for Power System Planning(SCPSP) to firm up transmission addition proposals. These Standing Committees for Power System Planning have representation of CEA, CTU, STUs of the constituent States, Regional Power Committee (RPC) of the concerned region and representatives of Central Sector Generating Companies in the region. The inter-state transmission system developed either for evacuation of the generation or for system improvement is discussed in the SCPSP of respective region(s). Transmission addition requirements arising out of Long Term Access (LTA) applications are also discussed and firmed up by the SCPSP in the presence of the applicants. 4.2 FORMULATION OF TRANSMISSION SCHEMES Planning of the transmission system for a particular timeframe takes into account the plans formulation by CEA and the generation projects being taken up for execution in that timeframe. The transmission system requirement covers the power evacuation system from the generation projects and system strengthening of the network for meeting the load growth in that time frame. The transmission system is evolved keeping in view the overall optimization on a National level. In this process the total investment in transmission including the inter-state as well as intra-state system is optimized. Based on the perspective plan developed by CEA and depending upon as to which

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generations are likely to be available during the next 2-3 years and taking into account the load growth in particular areas, CTU or STUs have to prioritize, review (if required) and take up their transmission system expansion programme for implementation.

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IMPLEMENTATION OF TRANSMISSION SCHEMES (ISTS) In respect of ISTS, after firming up of the transmission proposals in the SCPSP and considering schedule of commissioning of associated generating station, CTU and CEA take up the proposal to the Empowered Committee for consideration of its implementation. As recommended by the Empowered committee and after consideration by the Government of India, the transmission schemes are implemented either through the tariff based competitive bidding process or under cost-plus mechanism with regulated tariff by POWERGRID as the CTU.

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INTRA STATE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT The intra-state transmission system (Intra-STS) is to be developed by the State utilities. Their network planning, scheme formulation and the programme of intra-state transmission development have to take into account the transmission system requirements for evacuation of power from state sector and private sector generation projects for intra-state benefit, absorption of power made available through ISTS, meeting the load growth in different areas of the State and improve the reliability of their system. For a coordinated development process aiming at perspective optimization in meeting the growth targets, it would be appropriate that the State Transmission Utilities prepare their State Electricity Plans taking advantage of development plans for regional grid system and focusing on the specific requirements of the concerned State.

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Contingency Studies Short circuit studies/ Fault analysis voltage stability studies Transient and long duration dynamic stability Techno-economic analysis

4.5.2 Pre-requirements Following are data /information is needed for carrying out various system studies/analysis under the transmission planning process: Data on existing system Load forecast Generation expansion plan Seasonal load-generation scenario Network expansion options Transmission planning criteria Technological options Act, Regulations, Policies

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TECHNOLOGICAL OPTIONS The various technological options that are available now for 12th /13th Plan time frame are given below. Consideration of these options is problemspecific, that is, in a particular exercise, only a limited number of options may be relevant. 220kV AC, 400kV AC, 765kV AC, 1200kV AC HVDC/UHVDC ( +500kV, +600kV, +800kV) Hybrid model (AC with HVDC system) High capacity lines with high conductor temperature option Series compensation, dynamic reactive power compensation- TCSC, SVC, STATCOM/FACTS

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THE CHALLENGES IN DESIGN AND OPERATION OF NATIONAL GRID In order to meet the growing power demand of various regions, power transfer capacity of the grid is required to be enhanced continuously. This expansion poses few challenges that need to be met through planning and adoption of new technologies. Following are some of the challenges: Right Of Way (ROW): It is the most notable challenge that the transmission sector is facing today. The need is to develop high intensity transmission corridor (MW per meter ROW) in an environmental friendly manner. Reduction in land for substation: With scarce land availability there is a growing need for reduction of land use for setting up of transmission systems, particularly in Metros, hilly and other urban areas. Flexibility in Line Loading and Regulation of Power: Due to wide variation in demand on daily as well as seasonal basis there is increased need to regulate power flow on the transmission network for grid security and optimization. Improvement of Operational Efficiency: Power system is required to be operated at the rated capacity with security, reliability and high availability. This can only be achieved through reliability based on-line condition monitoring, repair and maintenance in advance and making forced outage as zero.

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ADOPTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES Following new technologies are being implemented to meet above challenges: Increase in transmission voltage: Power density at different voltage level increases with increase in voltage. It is 3 MW/m for 132kV and 45 MW/m for 765kV. Transmission voltage upto 765kV level are already in operation. A 800 kV, 6000 MW HVDC system as a part of evacuation of bulk power from North Eastern Region (NER) to Northern Region (NR) over a distance

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of around 2000 km is under implementation. In addition, increasing the AC voltage level at 1200kV level has been planned. Research work for 1000kV HVDC system has also been commenced. Upgradation of transmission line: Upgradation of 220kV D/C KishenpurKishtwar line in J&K to 400 kV S/c, which was first time in India, has resulted in increase of power transfer capacity of the exist transmission corridor with marginal increase in ROW (from 35m to 37m). Upgradation of HVDC Terminal: Upgradation of Talcher(ER) Kolar(SR) 500kV HVDC terminal from 2000MW to 2500MW has been achieved seamlessly without changing of any equipment. That has been achieved with enhanced cooling of transformer and smoothing reactor with meagre cost. High capacity 400kV multi-circuit/bundle conductor lines: POWERGRID has designed & developed multi circuit towers (4 Circuits on one tower with twin conductors) in-house and the same are implemented in many transmission systems, which are passing through forest and RoW congested areas e.g. Kudankulam and RAPP-C transmission system. High Surge Impedance Loading (HSIL) Line: In order to increase the loadability of lines, development of HSIL technology is gaining momentum. POWERGRID is building up one HSIL line viz. 400kV Meerut Kaithal D/c where SIL is about 750 MW as against nominal 650MW for a normal quad bundle conductor line. Compact towers: Compact towers like delta configuration, narrow based tower etc. reduce the space occupied by the tower base are being used. First 765kV Sipat Seoni 2xS/c line with delta configuration tower is under operation. Further, 400kV Pole structure is also being used in high population density areas. Pole type structures with about 1.85 m base width as against 12-15m base width of a conventional tower were used in transmission line approaching Maharani Bagh, Delhi substation to address Right-of-way problem in densely populated urban area. High Temperature Low Sag (HTLS) conductor line: High temperature endurance conductor to increase the current rating are in use for select transmission corridors and urban/metro areas. POWERGRID has already implemented twin INVAR conductor line for LlLO portion (15kms stretch) of 400kV Dadri-Ballabgarh quad conductor line at Maharanibagh substation. Further, the Siliguri Purnea, twin Moose conductor line is being reconductored with high temperature low sag (HTLS) conductor. Gas Insulated Substations (GIS): With scarce land availability there is a growing need for reduction of land use for setting up of transmission systems, particularly in Metros, hilly and other urban areas. Gas Insulated Substations (GIS), requires less space (about 70% reduction) i.e. 8-10
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acres as compared to conventional substation which generally requires 3040 acres area. In the context of economy in requirement of land, use of GIS for substations is a preferred option. Regulation in Power Flow/ FACTS devices: With electricity market opening up further, more and more need has been felt to utilize the existing assets to the fullest extent as well as regulate the power. This could be possible through use of power electronics in electricity network. Condition Based Monitoring: POWERGRID has adopted many state of the art condition monitoring & diagnostic techniques such as DGA, FRA, PDC, RVM etc. for transformers, DCRM for CBs, Third Harmonic Resistive current measurement for Surge Arrestors etc. to improve Reliability, Availability & Life Extension. Further, on-line monitoring systems for transformers are being implemented to detect faults at incipient stage and provide alarms in advance in case of fault in the transformers. Preventive Maintenance: Preventive State-of-the-art maintenance techniques for various equipments applied in system include on-line monitoring of various components of transformers and reactors, Circuit Breakers, Instrument transformers, Lightening Arrester etc. Reducing the gestation period of transmission projects: The gestation period of transmission projects would have to be compressed suitably, keeping in view, the reduction in gestation period of generation projects and also the possibility of deviation from the National Electricity Plan, and trading of electricity under non-discriminatory open access regime. New construction practices and technologies, wherever available, would be required to be implemented for compressing the gestation period of transmission projects. It would be desirable to adopt emerging technologies like satellite imaging for carrying out detailed survey and route alignment and minimize the import due to environmental issues. The wind zone mapping and standard design of various types of towers and soil investigation could be done in advance so that construction time for the transmission system could be substantially reduced.

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5.3.1 Smart Transmission Grid - Need for Indian system With the restructuring and liberalization of power sector, advent of new regulations, open access, power exchange etc and increasing share of short term transactions and renewable generation, it has become necessary to design and operate Indian grid as a Smart National Grid. Indian power system is expanding at a fast pace to meet the growing requirement. In order to facilitate optimal utilization of unevenly distributed energy resources,

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strengthening of regional grids through inter-State/regional system is being taking place continuously. Out of the five(5) regional grids, four(4) grids viz Northern, Western, Eastern and North-Eastern regions with capacity of about 133 GW have been synchronized with one another while the remaining Southern grid (49 GW) is expected to be synchronized with these grids by 2014. Total capacity of the integrated all-India grid is expected to be of the order of 300 GW including about 40 - 50 GW of renewable generation in next 5 to 6 years. The large renewable capacity with wind generation as main component is generally intermittent in nature and with its integration in grid would increase the complexity towards the monitoring and control of such large grid. The wide spread grid and increasing complexities in its operation and of electricity market requires wide area monitoring which may only be possible by application of emerging synchrophasor technology. WAMS (Wide Area Measurement System) based technology is the key for achieving grid performance that is expected in this changed scenario. WAMS requires installation of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) at the substations and power plants. The existing SCADA/EMS based grid operation has the capability to provide only steady state view of the power grid. PMU based technology with synchrophasor measurements over wide-area facilitate dynamic real time measurements and visualization of power system which are useful in monitoring safety and security of the grid as well enable in taking control/corrective actions. Developments in WAMS and other technologies in the field of measurements, communication, control & automation, advanced meters, IT infrastructure, energy storage etc. have prominent role towards successful development of Smart Grid. 5.3.2 About PMU and WAMS technologies Phasor & synchrophasor technology: A phasor is a complex number that represents both the magnitude and phase angle of the sine waves found in AC system. Phasor measurements that occur at the same time are called "synchrophasors" and can be measured precisely by the Phasor Measurement Units(PMUs). PMU measurements are taken at high speed typically 25 or 50 samples per second compared to one every 4 to 10 seconds using conventional technology. Each measurement is time-stamped according to a common time reference. Time stamping allows synchrophasors from different locations to be time-aligned (or synchronized) providing combined and comprehensive view of the entire grid. A typical PMU installation as a part of wide area monitoring system (WAMS) network consists of PMUs dispersedly placed throughout the electricity grid at strategic locations in order to cover the diverse footprint of the grid. A Phasor Data Concentrator (PDC) at central location collects the information from PMUs and pass it to Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
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system after time aligning the same. The WAMS network requires high bandwidth communication backbone for rapid data transfer matching the frequency of sampling of the PMU data. Phasor Data Concentrator(PDC): The electrical parameters measured by the number of PMUs are to be collected by some device either locally or remotely, this function is performed by Phasor Data Concentrator(PDC). A PDC forms a node in a system where phasor data from a number of PMUs is collected, correlated and fed as a single stream to other applications. In a hierarchal set up the PDCs can also be used to collect the data from number of down stream PDCs. PDC provides additional functions like - quality checks on the phasor data and inserts appropriate flags into the correlated data stream, checking disturbance flags and recording files of data for analysis, monitoring overall measurement system and providing display and record of performance, etc. Wide Area Monitoring System (WAMS): Emerging technologies like WAMS using Phasor measurement units (PMUs) is advanced measurement system that provides synchronized measurements at a very fast rate. The WAMS technology provides real time phasor measurements in terms of amplitude and phase angle which are utilized for better visualization & help to increase the situational awareness of power system operators. The WAMS technology is the main building block towards Smart Grid development in Transmission System. The components of WAMS are Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs), Phasor Data Concentrators (PDCs), Visualization aids, Application and Analysis modules, data archiving and storage etc. The basic building block of WAMS technology is PMU, wide-band communication and PDC. The installation of PMUs has been taken up in many countries as a starting point to gain experience with this technology and these installed PMUs are later integrated with the larger implementation of PMUs. Most programs for WAMS technology world over have three stages to implement phasor technology. The initial stage is to collect and archive phasor and frequency data from important locations throughout the grid using PMU to determine the topology and operating limits. In Second stage, the data gathered along with real-time phasor and frequency measurements to calculate grid conditions using analytical functions to make suggestions to grid operator to keep grid stable and reliable. The third and final stage is to do all of the above automatically without human intervention. 5.3.3 Synchrophasor applications worldwide Worldwide many utilities from North America, Europe, China, Russia and Brazil etc have started using/developing this new technology to harness the unexplored benefits in operating large electrical grids. In 2006, China's Wide Area Monitoring Systems (WAMS) for its six(6) grids had 300 PMUs installed

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mainly at 500kV and 330kV substations and power plants. Presently China has installed more than 1000 PMUs in their Grid and have plans to put PMUs at all 500kV substations and all power plants of 300MW and above. In U.S there are ten(10) synchrophasor projects underway involving 57 utilities and grid operators across the country and installing about 850 networked PMUs. By 2013, the devices will be operating in nearly all regions of the country. The Eastern Interconnect Phasor Project (EIPP) (now known as the North American Synchrophasor Initiative, or NASPI), has over 40 connected phasor measurement units collecting data into a "Super Phasor Data Concentrator" system centered at Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Southern California Edison is successfully using synchrophasors today to trigger some automated grid protection functions on their system. The Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.(OG&E), USA uses synchrophasor technology to determine if a disturbance is cleared by high-speed or step-distance(delayed) tripping. The data is being used to locate the source of event disturbance and proceed with an investigation. Another valuable use of synchrophasor data is the detection of equipment failure, most of which is not detectable by SCADA system. System stability assessment is being carried out using synchrophasor data especially capturing the intricacies of an interconnected system like low frequency oscillations due to generation control problem or other reasons. Apart from above nations, other countries like South Africa, Brazil, Russia, Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) whose service territory extends from Canada to Mexico and some European countries are also planning to deploy PMUs in the system. 5.3.4 Present PMU project in India and its benefits The process for installation of PMUs has already been started and Eight (9) PMUs (at Moga, Kanpur, Dadri and Vindhyachal in first phase and Agra, Bassi, Hisar, Kishenpur and Karcham Wangtoo in second phase) have already been commissioned in Northern Region with a Phasor data concentrators (PDC) at NRLDC. Phasor data at each PMU is being sampled at 25 samples per second with GPS time stamping and transferred to phasor data concentrator (PDC) provided at NRLDC through dedicated 64Kbps fiber optic communication link. The phasor data received from all the locations is merged and time aligned in the PDC. The time aligned data from PDC is provided to operator console for visualization. PDC data is also fed to a data historian provided at NRLDC. Data from historian can be made available to external database through ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) and spreadsheet for further analysis. PDC has also been provided with OPC (Object Linking & Embedding for Process Control) server in order to transfer real time phasor data to existing SCADA system. With the commissioning of Northern Region pilot project, Phasor data from
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different locations is available at NRLDC and its existing SCADA system. From the phasor data, load angle between different pockets of the grid is available more accurately with updation time of order of few milliseconds and this enhances the capability of the tools available to grid operator. The data historian provided is collecting concentrated data from PDC and shall be useful for post event analysis of any grid incidences. In the past data has also been utilized to observe low frequency oscillations and checking effectiveness of system integrated protection scheme(SIPS) operations. 5.3.5 Plan for WAMS based Smart Transmission Grid in India Proposal for installation of PMUs in other regions is also in the pipeline. Full implementation of WAMS technology would require installation of PMUs in each region (about 1000-1500 PMUs initially in XII Plan in India) and reliable communication network with very high band width and with least latency. Phasor data concentrators (about 30-60 initially in XII Plan) are to be installed at various strategic grid locations and control centers. The State Load Despatch Centres may have Master PDCs and National and Regional Load Despatch Centres may have a Super PDCs working in hierarchy for real time dynamic state monitoring of the complete National Grid in a unified manner. This concept is depicted in following schematic diagram:

Back up NLDC

NLDC
Super PDC at RLDCs

Remote Console at RPCs Master PDC at SLDCs

Nodal PDC at sub-station

Nodal PDC at substation

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In view of large number of PMUs and PDCs required in India, it would be beneficial if we have indigenous capability for their manufacturing and testing in the country. 5.3.6 Need for fiber optic based communication system Reliable voice and data communication has become critically important. The requirement of effective communication system has increased with the advent of special protection schemes, wide area measurement technology, SCADA system and remote operation. Getting real time data of various power system elements i.e. substations, generating plants, HVDC links, Interstate transmission lines etc. has become an essential prerequisite for successful operation of modern power system as a Smart Transmission Grid. Presently three modes of communication are being used viz, PLCC, Microwave and Fiber optic in power system operation. The Microwave links operating in 2.3 2.5 GHz band is being withdrawn by Ministry of Communication. The PLCC is considered an integral part of power system and its usage for power system are protection of the power system and providing speech communication in limited area. All these requirements can be met by optic fiber communication (OFC). 5.3.7 Possible Benefits of PMU based Smart Transmission Grid Availability of PMUs and PDCs at strategic locations in the grid, robust fiber optic communication network and implementation of enabling applications will facilitate:situational awareness of grid events and dynamic state of the grid in terms of angular stability and voltage stability, optimization towards transmission corridor capability. control and regulation of power flow to maintain grid parameters, load shedding and other load control techniques such as demand response mechanisms to manage a power system deployment of remedial action schemes(RAS) and system integrated protection schemes(SIPS), identifying corrective actions to be taken in the event of severe contingency to prevent grid disturbances, monitoring of Inter-area oscillations, adaptive islanding, network model validation, CT/CVT calibration, etc

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XI PLAN PROGRESS AND PROGRAMME
6.1 INTRODUCTION

6.1.1 At the end of X Five-Year Plan, corresponding to the total installed generation capacity of 132 GW as on 31st March 2007 and peak demand of 101 GW, the transmission system in the country at 765/HVDC/400/230/220kV stood at 198 thousand circuit kilometres (Tckm) of transmission lines and 257 GVA of substation capacity. 6.1.2 Considering the shortages (13.8% in peaking and 9.6% in energy) as at the end of 10th plan and to meet the demand as forecasted by the 17th EPS, the generation capacity addition requirement for the XI Plan was assessed to be 78.7 GW. However, taking into account the resource constraints and factoring that the demand growths was likely to be less than the 17th EPS projections, the capacity addition programme was reviewed and accordingly 62.4 GW comprising 8.2 GW of hydro, 50.8 GW of thermal and 3.4 GW of nuclear was targeted for the XI plan. Based on the list of generation projects corresponding to this programme of 62.4 GW, transmission requirements at 132 kV level and above including the power evacuation system as well as network strengthening were identified. This transmission programme became the basis for taking up detailed planning exercise and finalizing of their transmission development programme by the Central Transmission Utility and the State Transmission Utilities corresponding to the actual pace of 11th Plan development happening in generation and the actual area-wise load growths. 6.1.3 The actual generation capacity addition during 11th Plan has been at variance with respect to the 62.4 GW plan. Accordingly, the actual 11th Plan transmission programme has also been at variance. Apart from changes in associated transmission system corresponding to deferred /slipped /changed generation, also necessitated review of transmission needs. Accordingly, the transmission programme taken up for execution was revised as per the actual needs matching with generation projects. A few of the transmission works are delayed/held up because of Right-of-Way(RoW) issues, non-availability/delay in getting Forest Clearance and delay in land acquisition for sub-stations.

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SUMMARY OF XI PLAN TRANSMISSION PROGRAMME The following table gives the transmission system in the country as achieved at the end of VIII, IX and X Plan periods:
At the end of At the end of At the end of VIII Plan ie IX Plan ie X Plan ie March 1997 March 2002 March 2007 VIII Plan IX Plan X Plan 1634 3138 5872 0 971 1704 36142 49378 75722 79600 96993 114629 0 162 162 117376 150642 198089 VIII Plan IX Plan X Plan 0 0 0 40865 60380 92942 84177 116363 156497 125042 176743 249439 VIII Plan IX Plan X Plan 1500 3200 5200 1500 2000 3000 3000 5200 8200

Unit TRANSMISSION LINES HVDC +/- 500 kV 765 kV 400 kV 230/220 kV HVDC 200kV Monopole Total Transmission Line SUBSTATIONS AC 765 kV 400 kV 230/220 kV Total- AC Substation HVDC TERMINALS HVDC Bipole+Monopole HVDC BTB TotalHVDC Terminal Capacity ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm MVA MVA MVA MVA MW MW MW

Summary of progress during 11th Plan:


Transmission System Type / Voltage Class TRANSMISSION LINES (a) HVDC 500kV Bipole (b) 765 kV (c) 400 kV (d) 230/220kV (e)HVDC 200kV Monopole TotalTransmission Lines SUBSTATIONS (a) 765 kV (b) 400 kV (c) 230/220 kV Total Substations HVDC (a) Bi-pole link capacity (b) Back-to back capacity (c) Mono-pole link capacity Total of (a), (b) & (c) Unit At the end of X Plan (Mar. 2007) 5872 1704 75722 114629 162 198089 0 92942 156497 249439 5000 3000 200 8200 Addition during 2007-2011 Likely addition in 2011-12 Expected at end of XI Plan i.e. Mar 2012 9432 4616 112961 140782 0 267791 13500 152887 221574 387961 10500 3000 0 13500

ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm MVA MVA MVA MVA MW MW MW MW

1580 1636 26856 19561 -162* 49471 4500 40920 50655 96075 1750 0 -200* 1550

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DEVELOPMENT OF HVDC SYSTEMS DURING XI PLAN A summary of development of HVDC systems in India during the XI Plan period is given below:
HVDC Transmission Systems Expected at end of As at the Addition Likely end of during addition XI Plan 10th Plan 2007-2011 in 2011-12 i.e. 3/2012 MSEB PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL Adani ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm 5872 1580 1504 1634 2734 1580 1980 1980 1504 1634 2734 1580 1980 9432

HVDC Bipole Line Chnadrapur-Padghe Rihand-Dadri Talcher-Kolar Balia-Bhiwadi(2500MW) Mundra-Mohindergarh TOTAL HVDC Bi-pole Transmission Capacity Chnadrapur-Padghe Rihand-Dadri Talcher-Kolar Balia-Bhiwadi Mundra-Mohindergarh TOTAL HVDC Back-to-back Transmission Capacity Vindhachal Chandrapur Gazuwaka Sasaram TOTAL HVDC Monopole Line
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1980 3750

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DEVELOPMENT OF 765KV SYSTEMS DURING XI PLAN Up to 10th plan all 765 kV systems in the country were operated at 400kV. Sipat to Seoni was the first system that was operated at 765kV in Sept 2007. This set a new milestone in development of transmission system in the country. A summary of development of 765kV transmission system in India during the XI Plan period is given below:
765kV Transmission Systems At the Addition end of during 10th Plan 2007-11 PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL GCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm ckm 409 275 287 186 184 128 235 228 320 351 354 293 269 261 233 128 8 13 Expected Likely at end of addition XI Plan in 2011-12 i.e. 3/2012 409 275 287 186 184 128 235 228 320 351 354 293 269 261 233 128 21

765kV Transmission Lines Anpara-Unnao S/C Kishenpur-Moga L-1(W) S/C Kishenpur-Moga L-2(E) S/C Tehri-Meerut Line-1 S/C Tehri-Meerut Line-2 S/C Agra-Gwalior Line-1 S/C Gwalior-Bina Line-1 S/C Gaya-Balia S/C Balia-Lucknow S/C Sipat-Seoni Line-1 S/C Sipat-Seoni Line-2 S/C Seoni Bina S/C (to be initially op. at 400KV) Seoni-Wardha line-1 S/C (to be initially op. at 400KV) Seoni-Wardha line-2 S/C (to be initially op. at 400KV) Gwalior-Bina Line-2 S/C Agra-Gwalior Line-2 S/C (to be initially op. at 400KV) LILO of Tehri Meerut D/C S/C line at Tehri Pooling Point (to be charged at 400kV) S/C LILO of Sipat - Seoni (2nd Ckt) at WR Pooling station Near Sipat Sasaram- Fatehpur(Line-1) S/C S/C Satna-Bina line-1 Shifting of Anpara-B -Unnao S/C point from Anpara- B to Anpara-C Shifting of Anpara-B -Unnao S/C termaination point at Unnao TOTAL 765kV Sub-stations Seoni Sub station Seoni New

PGCIL ckm PGCIL ckm PGCIL ckm ckm PGCIL ckm PGCIL ckm

PGCIL ckm PGCIL ckm PGCIL ckm ckm UPPCL UPPCL ckm ckm PGCIL PGCIL MVA MVA 1704 1636 1500 1500

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Expected Likely at end of addition XI Plan in 2011-12 i.e. 3/2012 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 3000 3000 9000 13500

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PROGRESS AND PROGRAMME DURING XI PLAN In respect of 400kV and 220kV transmission system, the actual achievements during the first four years of the 11th Plan i.e. 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, and 2010-11, are detailed at Annex-6.1, Annex-6.2, Annex-6.3 and Annex-6.4 respectively. These include both ISTS and Intra-STS transmission systems. The transmission lines and substations programme for the remaining period of 11th plan is detailed in Annex-6.5. The summary of 11th plan achievements is given below:

6.5.1 Transmission System Addition during 2007-08 During 2007-08 12,563 Ckm of transmission lines (220kV and above) and 24,423 MVA of transformation capacity was commissioned. It may be mentioned that RAPP-Kankroli D/C line was completed ahead of the commissioning of RAPP Extn. Project (2 x 220 MW) by making special efforts, but the generation from the project could not be achieved due to the nonavailability of fuel. The another achievement was the commissioning of 765 kV S/C Sipat-Seoni line in Sept.,07 before the commissioning schedule of 500 MW unit#5 of Sipat project in March,08. Transmission lines and sub-station at 765kV, 400 kV and 220 kV completed during the year 2007-08 are given at Annex 6.1. 6.5.2 Transmission System Addition during 2008-09 During 2008-09 around 9913 Ckm of transmission Lines (220kV and above) and 18,680 MVA Transformation capacity was commissioned. 765 kV SipatSeoni Line II, S/C , 354 Ckm was commissioned during April 2008 to evacuate power from Sipat STPP-I Generating Station. 765 kV Agra-Gwalior 2nd S/C, 128 Ckm. was commissioned during March 2009 to evacuate power from Kahalgaon STPS-II. 765 kV Seoni-Wardha line, S/C, 269 Ckm. was commissioned during March 2009 to evacuate power from Sipat STPP-I. Transmission lines and sub-station at 765kV, 400 kV and 220 kV completed during the year 2008-09 are given at Annex 6.2 6.5
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6.5.3 Transmission System Addition during 2009-10 During 2009-10 around 11,790 Ckm of transmission lines (220kV and above) and 21,315 MVA and transformation Capacity was commissioned. During this period 765 kV S/C line from Bina to Gwalior (233 Ckm) was commissioned during Feb. 2010 for Western Regional Transmission system Strengthening and 765 kV Seoni to Bina S/C line was also commissioned in March 2010 which is associated with Barh Generating Station and has been completed before the commissioning of the Barh Generating Station. Transmission lines and sub-station at 765kV, 400 kV and 220 kV completed during the year 200910 are given at Annex 6.3. 6.5.4 Transmission System Addition during 2010-11 During 2010-11, around 15,367 Ckm of transmission lines (220kV and above) and 31,657 MVA of Transformation Capacity was achieved. Transmission lines and sub-station at 765kV, 400 kV and 220 kV completed during the year 2010-11 are given at Annex 6.4. 6.5.5 Transmission System Addition during 2011-12(upto December 2011) and Target for Remaining Period of 11th Plan During 2011-12, upto December 2011, around 10995 Ckm of transmission lines (220kV and above) and 21472 MVA of Transformation Capacity was achieved. Transmission lines and sub-station at 765kV, 400 kV and 220 kV completed during this period of 11th plan and targeted to be completed in remaining period of 11th plan, are given at Annex-6.5.

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DEVELOPMENT OF INTER-REGIONAL TRANSMISSION CAPACITY DURING THE XI PLAN

6.6.1 Progress and expected at the end of 11th Plan At the end of the 10th Plan, the inter-regional transmission capacity at 132kV and above was 14050 MW. During the period, March 2007 to December 2011 of XI Plan, 9700 MW of inter-regional transmission capacity has been added, taking the total inter-regional transmission capacity at 132kV and above level to 23750 MW. For the remaining period of 11th plan i.e. January 2012 to March 2012, 2100 MW is expected to be added. Thus, total inter-region transmission capacity at the end of XI Plan is expected to be 25850 MW (25650 MW excluding Bursur-Lower Sileru HVDC Monopole which is not in operation). Details of the inter-regional capacity are given below:

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ER SR : Gazuwaka HVDC back to back Balimela-Upper Sileru 220kV S/C Talcher-Kolar HVDC Bipole Upgradation of TalcherKolar HVDC bipole ER-SR total ER NR : Muzaffarpur - Gorakhpur 400kV D/C (Quad Moose) with TCSC Dehri-Sahupuri 220kV S/C Patna-Balia 400kV D/C quad Biharshariff-Balia 400kV D/C quad Barh-Balia 400kV D/C quad SasaramFatehpur 765kV S/C line-1 GayaBalia 765kV S/C Sasaram: (i) HVDC back to back (ii) Bypassing of HVDC back-to- back to establish SasaramAllahabad/Varanasi 400kV D/C line ER-NR total ER WR : Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C TCSC on Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C Budhipara-Korba220kV D/C+S/C Ranchi-Sipat 400kV D/C (40% SC) Ranchi-Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C with fixed series capacitor, TCSC in parallel line Ranchi WR (Sipat) Pooling Point 765kV S/C ER-WR total ER - NER : Birpara-Salakati 220kV D/C Malda-Bongaigaon 400kV D/C Bongaigaon-Siliguri 400kV D/C Quad At the end of 10th Plan 1000 130 2000 500 3130 2000 130 800
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WR-SR : Chandrapur HVDC back to back BarsurL.Sileru 200kV HVDC mono pole Kolhapur-Belgaum 220kV D/C Ponda Nagajhari 220kV D/C WR-SR total TOTAL ALL INDIA (200kV & above), in MW 132kV/110kV Inter-Regional links 4xD/C + 4XS/C = 12 ckts TOTAL ALL INDIA (110/132kV & above), in MW
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Add. during 11th Plan up to


Dec.2011

Existing as on
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Likely addition in 11th Plan -

Expected at the end of th 11 Plan 1000 200 260 260 1720 25250 600 25850

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6.6.2 Planned v/s expected I-R capacity in 11th Plan The transmission capacity of Inter-Regional links planned, as per mid-term appraisal (MTA), to be achieved by end of 11th Plan is 32650 MW. The Narendra Kolhapur 400kV D/C line with HVDC back-to-back terminal of 1000 MW capacity at Kolhapur was reviewed and has been planned as 765 kV link between Narendra (Karnataka-SR) and Kolhapur (Maharashtra-WR). This line would be D/C line and would be initially operated at 400 kV. The line now is planned to be completed in 12th Plan. So, out the remaining 31650 MW capacity, 7900 MW is under construction. Looking at the present status, it is expected that the Gaya Balia 765kV S/C line of 2100 MW capacity can be completed by end of 11th Plan. Existing Inter-Regional capacity is 23750 MW, thus expected inter-regional capacity at the end of 11th Plan is 25850 MW. Status of the 7900 MW capacity links is given in the following table:

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6.7.1 Challenges: Transmission projects are planned along with the upcoming generation projects and any delay/mismatch in commissioning of associated evacuation lines may result in bottling up of power. For some of the transmission works, implementing agencies face challenges in completion of the task. Main challenges are: delay in forest clearance, right of way problems and challenges in acquiring land for substations. Details of transmission line projects (220kV and above) under execution where major forest clearance problems were encountered by implementing agencies (as observed during first four years of the XI Plan i.e 2007-11) are given at Annex - 6.6.

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6.7.2 Forest Clearance Forest Clearance is a mandatory requirement for the portion of the line traversing through the forest. While finalizing the route alignment emphasis is on avoidance of forest, National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuary etc., however, it is not possible to avoid such areas completely. Getting Forest Clearance takes considerable time due to lengthy process and involvement of different levels. The Project Authorities are facing problems in getting the consent of Gram Sabhas which has been made compulsory under Forest Act 2006. Even the State Governments take lot of time in forwarding the proposal to MOEF for further clearances. 6.7.3 Right of Way (RoW) With increase in transmission voltage, the requirement of land for tower footing and RoW has increased substantially. Despite adoption of latest technological solutions to optimize the RoW requirements, difficulties in getting RoW results in delay in implementation of transmission projects. Norms for evaluation and fixing of compensation for RoW vary from state to state. 6.7.4 Land for Substations: The land for substations is normally government land or private land acquired through Land Acquisition Act 1984. While doing town planning for new suburban area and industrial centers, provision for laying of substation and transmission line should be kept in mind. To reduce the requirement of land for constructing substation use of Gas Insulated Substations (GIS) which requires about 30 % land compared to conventional substation is being increasingly adopted in metro, hilly and other urban areas. 6.8 DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL GRIDS DURING THE XI PLAN Following are on-going transmission schemes that have been completed/likely to be completed during the 11th plan or works on which has been initiated in the 11th Plan. The transmission system under various schemes associated with generation projects and ISTS system strengthening schemes are given in various Tables in Annex- 6.7.

6.8.1 Northern Region System Strengthening Schemes in Northern Region System strengthening scheme 765KV System for Central Part Transmission System in Table no. NR-IS-01

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Chamera III HEP Parbati - III HEP Karcham Wangtoo HEP Budhil HEP Malana II HEP 231 520 1000 70 100 Central Central IPP IPP IPP NR-HP-01 NR-HP-02 NR-HP-03 NR-HP-04 NR-HP-05

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Uri - II HEP Chutak Nimoo Bazgo 240 44 45 Central Central Central NR-JK-01 NR-JK-02 NR-JK-03

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Koteshwar 200 Central NR-UK-01

Delhi:
Pragati CCGT ph-III (PPCL) Rithala CCPP (NDPL) 1000 108 State IPP NR-DL-01 NR-DL-02

Haryana:
Jhajjar-I (Indira Gandhi) TPS 1500 Central NR-HR-01

Rajasthan:
Jallipa Kapurdi TPP(8x135 MW) (Raj West Power) 1080 IPP NR-RJ-01

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ATS for Generation projects located in Western Region Generation Project located in State IC SECTOR Transmission (MW) System in Table no.

Gujarat:
Hazira TPP (GSECL) Pipavav CCPP (GSECL) Ukai Extn. (GSECL) Mundra TPP Ph.II (Adani Power), Mundra TPP Ph.III Ultra Mega Mundra TPP (Tata Power) U-1 351 702 490 1320 660 800 State State State IPP IPP IPP WR-GJ-01 WR-GJ-02 WR-GJ-03 WR-GJ-04 WR-GJ-05 WR-GJ-06

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Bhusaval TPP (MSPGCL) Khaperkheda TPS (MSPGCL) JSW Energy( Ratanagiri Ltd) Tiroda TPP Ph-I (Adani Power U-1
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ATS for Generation projects located in Southern Region Generation Project located in State IC (MW) SECTOR Transmission System in Table no.

Andhra Pradesh:
Simhadri TPS St- II (NTPC) Nagarjuna Sagar TR HEP(2x25 MW) Priyadarshani-Jurala HEP(6x39 MW) Kakatiya (Bhoopalapally ) TPS Kothagudam TPS ST-VI 1000 50 234 500 500 Central State State State State SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02 SR-AP-03 SR-AP-04 SR-AP-05

Karnataka:
Udupi TPS (UPCL) Bellary TPP 1015 1000 IPP State SR-KA-01 SR-KA-02

Tamil Nadu:
Vallur TPS JV (NTPC - TNEB JV ) Neyveli TPS II Extn (NLC) Kudankulam Atomic St-I 1000 500 2000 Central Central Central SR-TN-01 SR-TN-02 SR-TN-03

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SR-TN-04 SR-TN-01 SR-TN-03

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ATS for Generation projects located in Eastern Region Generation Project located in State West Bengal:
Teesta Low Dam IV (NHPC) Teesta Low Dam III Mejia TPS Ph II(DVC) Durgapur TPS (DVC) Raghunathpur TPS (DVC) Santaldih TPP (WBPDCL) U 5,6 160 132 1000 1000 1200 500 Central Central Central Central Central State ER-WB-01 ER-WB-02 ER-WB-03 ER-WB-04 ER-WB-05 ER-WB-06

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Teesta Stage III Chujachen HEP (Gati ) 1200 99 1000 1050 IPP IPP Central State ER-SK-01 ER-SK-02 ER-JR-01 ER-JR-02

Jharkhand:
Koderma TPS (DVC) Maithon RBTPS (JV of DVC& Tata)

6.8.5 North-eastern Region ATS for Generation projects located in North-eastern Region Generation Project located in State Assam:
Bongaigaon TPS (Salakati)

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NER-AS-01 NER-MG-01

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Meghalaya:
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765 KV LINES Sipat - Seoni Line1 S/C POWERGRID TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 765 kV LINES (All India) DURING THE YEAR Name of the transmission lines No. of ckts D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C 2xD/C
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400 KV LINES(CS) Balia - Lucknow Maithon - Ranchi Line from Singrauli to a point 2.3 Km near existing Vindhyachal - Kanpur Line. Gooty - Raichur Vindhyachal - Korba Lucknow - Bareilly LILO of Bareilly - Mandaula at Bareilly Satna - Bina Ckt I & II LILO of Lucknow - Moradabad at Bareilly LILO of Dadri - Ballabhgarh at Delhi LILO of S/C Bhilai - Satpura at Seoni Biharshariff - Balia (Quad) Ckt-I LILO of Sultanpur - Lucknow at Lucknow LILO one ckt of Hissar - Moga at Fatehabad Nagda - Dehgam LILO of Rourkela - Raipur at Raigarh LILO of Korba - Raipur, S/C at Bhatapara Bina - Nagda Narendra - Davangere Ludhiana - Jallandhar Seoni - Khandwa (Quad) Khandwa - Rajgarh ckt II LILO of Both Ckt of Gazuwaka -Vijayawada 400 kV D/C at Vemagiri S/S. Malerkotla - Ludhiana LILO of both ckt of S. Sarovar - Nagda at Rajgarh Teesta V - Siliguri ckt I LILO of 1st ckt of Maduri (PG) -Trivendrum (PG) at Tirunelveli RAPP 5&6 - Kankroli

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State Sector 400 KV LINES Purulia Pump Storage-Arambagh Purulia Pump Storage-Durgapur ckt 1 Lonikhand-Padghe diversion at Chakan MIDC Dehgam (PGCIL)-Ranchodpura LILO of Jhanoor- Vapi at Akhakol LILO of Bhusawal-Koradi Ist Ckt.at Akola TOTAL 400 kV LINES (SS) 220 kV LINES (State Sector) LILO of S P Koil-Tharamani at Siruseri Tap line of Mamidipally-Chandrayanagutta to Hyderabad Airport 245 kV XLPE UG cable Asifnagar-Karwan Mada- Barmer Satara MIDC-Vankusawade Seoni 400 kV(PG)-Seoni(MP) LILO Theur-Jejuri at Hulkarwadi Nasik-Kalwa-III&IV Khinvsar-Bhopalgarh Birsinghpur-Jabalpur LILO Birsinghpur(T)-Birsinghpur(H) 2nd Ckt at Birsinghpur S/S Kanhan-Umred S/C on D/C LILO of Birsinghpur(T)-Nowrozabad D/C at Birsinghpur S/S LILO of Nellor-Renigunta at Nellore LILO Vijjeswaram-VTPS at Kamavarapukota Myvadi Sw.Stn.-Ponnapuram Ckt-I Hissar(BBMB)-Hissar IA (2nd Ckt) LILO of STPS-Durgapur circuit -I at Asansol Chalakurthy-Kondamallepalli S/C on D/C Mamidipalli-Yeddumailaram 2nd ckt stringing Neelamangala-DB Pura LILO of Sharawati- Hubli at Sirsi Sw. Stn. LILO Dausa-Bharatpur at Mandawar Barsinghsar-Nagaur

D/C S/C S/C D/C D/C D/C

West Bengal West Bengal Maharashtra Gujarat Gujarat Maharashtra

418 370 4 125 28 80 1025 20 1 3 258 30 9 38 2 36 274 12 50 23 20 46 19 1.5 80 43 63 33 13 16 104

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LILO Ratangarh-Bikaner at Sridungargarh Sagardighi-Gokarna JTPS-Raigarh Industrial Estate (Panjipatra) Talapally-Chalakurthy S/C on D/C Myvadi Sw.Stn.-Ponnapuram Ckt-II LILO Rajkot-Morbi at Hadala Rajkot-Morbi LILO 1 ckt of Indore-Dewas at Indore (East) Bhatapara (Suhela) Bemetara Bhatapara (Suhela) Mahasamund Mejia-Durgapur Yamunanagar TPP-Jorian (Yamunanagar) Yamunanagar TPP Salempur (connected to Nissing bypassing Salempur) LILO of Alagar koil(North Madurai)- Karaikudi at Valuthur S/S LILO Shimoga-Mysore at Yachanyalli Maharani Bagh-Lodhi Road Ckt-I Kailash Chandrapur - Padmanavpur Padmanavpur - Balasore ckt-1 LILO of Apta-Chinchwad at Urse G. NOIDA-NOIDA (P) ckt-1 Korba (E)-Bhatapara LILO of Dhule-Dondaicha at Amalner Talandage-Kagal Five Star MIDC LILO Ramagundam-Warangal at Pulakurthy 2nd LILO Nellore-Renigunda at Nellore (400 kV S/S) LILO Kayathar-Sankaneri at Tiruneveli (400 kV S/S) LILO of Korba Amarkantak at Pendra LILO of Korba (E) Bhatapara 2nd Ckt. at Champa Maharani Bagh-Lodhi Road Ckt-II Hatia-Lohardaga Rajendra Steel-Siltara 2nd S/C Dhanki-Adalsar LILO of Malharpeth-Wankuswade for Satara MIDC S/S LILO of Somanhalli- T K Halli at Kanakapura LILO of Kozhikode - Idukki line at Malaparamba LILO Jindal-Washala at Ghatghar (by modification only) PGCIL S/S-Nalasopara Adalsar-Bala LILO of Nanikhakhar-Shivlakha D/C at Varsana LILO for Duni LILO of Khaperkheda-Bhandara 2nd ckt at Kanan LILO Paricha-Safai at Bharthana

No. of ckts D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C on M/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

Executing Agency Rajasthan West Bengal Chhattisgarh Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu Gujarat Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh West Bengal Haryana Haryana Tamil Nadu Karnataka Delhi Orissa Orissa Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh Chhattisgarh Maharashtra Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh Delhi Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Gujarat Maharashtra Karnataka Kerala Maharashtra Maharashtra Gujarat Gujarat Rajasthan Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh

Line length (CKM) 5 90 40 26 19 1 145 1 89 124 64 22 86 193 6 1.2 68 22 22 27 284 61 4 21 20 44 23 2 1.2 120 2 18 60 6 2 0 4 22 7 4 20 8

Month of Completion Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Feb-08 Feb-08 Feb-08

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Vetloor 400 kV S/S - Jurala LILO from Mamidipally- Yeddumallaram Shadnagar Dichpally 400 kV S/S- Dichpally Sharavati Generating Station-Dugadimane Tirunelveli (400 kV)-Veeranam

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Executing Agency Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Tamil Nadu

Line length (CKM) 66 36 8 28 31 31 750 52 4 12 14 90 20 4121 5146 7923

Month of Completion Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08

Kodikurichi-Chekkanoorani Tamil Nadu Theruvali -Narendrapur-Chandaka Orissa IB Thermal-Budhipadar(2nd D/C) Orissa LILO of STPS-Arambagh at Bishnupur West Bengal LILO of Bhanjnagar-Chandaka at Mendhasal Orissa LILO of Bhilai- Bansoor(2nd ckt) at Gurur Chhattisgarh Bhauti (PG)-Orai Uttar Pradesh LILO of Fatuha-Khagaul at Patna PG Bihar TOTAL 220 kV LINES (SS) Total SS (400+220)kV TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (All India) DURING THE YEAR TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (All India) DURING THE YEAR

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Sl. No. Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 765/400 765/400 765/400 Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 Capacity Executing Agency POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID (MW/MVA) 1500 1500 1500 Capacity Executing Agency POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID (MW/MVA) 315 315 315 315 315 630 315 500 315 315 315 315 May-07 May-07 Jun-07 Jun-07 Aug-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Oct-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Sep-07 Mar-08 Mar-08 Month of completion Month of completion

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Ill. 400 kV (Sub-station)(CS) 1 Ranchi (ICT-1) 2 Gwalior (New) 3 Wagoora (3rd ) (3x105) 4 Moga (Aug) 5 Cuddapa Extn. 6 Delhi (GIS) 7 Gooty Extn. 8 Kolar Extn. 9 Gazuwaka Extn, 10 Ranchi (ICT-II) 11 Fatehabad (New) ICT-I 12 Patna 2nd ICT

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Name of the Sub-station Raigarh (New) ICT-I Bhatapara (New) Munerabad Extn. Seoni ICT-I Khammam Extn. Raigarh (New) ICT-II Seoni II ICT Gwalior (New) II ICT Amritsar (Aug) Rajgarh (New) Hiriyur Extn. Vijayawada Extn. Fatehabad ICT- II Total (Central Sector) 220 kV (Sub-station)(CS) Raebareilly ICT-I Raebareilly ICT-II Total (Central Sector) Total CS (765 +400+220)kV

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400 220/132 220/132 220

Capacity Executing Agency POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID (MW/MVA) 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 8375 100 100 200 13075

Month of completion Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08 Mar-08

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400kV Substation (SS) 1 Ranchodpura(Vadavi)(2nd) 2 Alamathy 3 Mamidipally 4 Dichpally TOTAL 400kV Substation (SS) 220 kV (Sub-station)(SS) 1 Siruseri 2 Rania (2nd) 3 Gadchandur 7 Kamavarepukota 8 Ponnapuram 9 Agia 10 Subramanyapura 2nd ICT (Aug) 11 Devanahalli Int. Air Port 12 Sankaneri 13 Ponnapuram 2nd ICT 14 Mahasamund 15 Indore(E) 16 Kamba (Bhivandi-II) 17 Tambati(Aug) 18 Kondamallepalli 19 Alwar Aug (100-50) 20 Dhandarikala Aug 21 Baraut (160-100) 22 Kurkumbh 23 Bahadurgarh 2nd ICT 24 Ghatnandre 3rd ICT

400/220 400/230 400/220 400/220 400/220 230/110 220/132 220/33 220/132 230/110 220/132 220/66 220/66 230/110 230/110 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/22 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/33

Gujarat Tamil Nadu Andhrapradesh Andhrapradesh

315 630 315 630 1890 200 100 25 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 160 100 50 25 100 50 100 60 50 100 100

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Tamilnadu Haryana Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu Assam Karnataka Karnataka Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Chhatisgarh Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Rajasthan Punjab Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra Haryana Maharashtra

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Vita Aug (50-25) Sirsi Sankaneri Addl Ingur Addl Kodikurichi Addl Temburni C.R.Patna (Yachanahalli) Kalyandurg Rewa (Addl) Agra Cantt. (Aug) Valuthur Shahjahanpur Aug (160-100) HSR Layout Aug 2x(150-100) NRS Aug (150-100) Tharamani Addl Daultabad ICT-I Zainkote (Aug) Burla Tarkera (4th) Balimela 1st Krishna Nagar (2x160) Asansol Firozabad Extn. Khurja Extn. Hathras Gazipur Mandawar (Dausa) Khinvsar S/S 1X100 MVA Amalner Talangde (Five Star MIDC) Kagal Moulali Shapur Nagar Hatia Chandil 3rd Transformer Urse (1x50) Amalner (1x100) Pirangut Adalsar Eklahare(200-50) Gobi Siruseri Thatchankurichi Kilpauk(Aug) 50 to 100 Vinnamangalam(Aug.)50 to 100 Ingur(Aug) 50 to 100 Kanakapura Bidadi Add Tr. Malaparamba Versana Duni Udhyog Vihar (Aug) Handia (Addl.) Nimrani (Addl) Jalna (50-25)

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25 50 100 100 100 25 200 100 160 23 300 60 100 50 100 100 150 200 100 20 320 160 100 40 40 100 100 100 100 50 160 160 300 100 50 100 50 50 150 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 160 160 25

Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Sep-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Nov-07 Nov-07 Nov-07 Nov-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-08 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Jan-08 Feb-08 Feb-08 Feb-08 Feb-08 Feb-08

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Month of completion

79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

SICOM(Chandrapur) Hinjewade (50-25) Gokul Aug. (160-100) C.B. Ganj (160-100) Tekkali Shadnagar Shahapur Kilpauk(Aug) 50 to 100 Karimangalam(Addl.) Parvati(1x200+1x50) Varora Umred Colourchem(Thane) Ranjangaon Aug.(1x50+1x100) Sarnath Aug.(160-100) Salempur Alephata Bishnupur Rajpur Sridungargarh Siwan(new)Gopalgang TOTAL (State Sector) TOTAL 400kV Substation (ALL INDIA) TOTAL 220kV Substation (ALL INDIA)

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50 25 60 60 100 100 100 50 100 250 25 25 50 150 60 100 100 320 25 100 200 9458 10265 9658

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S No Name of the transmission lines No. of ckts S/C S/C S/C Executing Agency Line length (CKM) 354 128 269 751 Month of Completion

I. 765 KV LINES 1 Sipat - Seoni line-II 2 Agra - Gwalior 2nd S/C (initially to be operated at 400KV) 3 Seoni - Wardha line (to be operated at 400KV) TOTAL 765 KV LINES (ALL INDIA)

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Line length (CKM) 107 91 31 114 298 512 816 75 156 3 324 246 470 395 145 160 534 4477

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Il. 400 KV LINES(CS) 1 LILO of 2nd ckt of Maduri (PG) -Trivendrum (PG) at Tirunelveli 2 Bareilly - Mordadabad 3 LILO of existing Kolar-Sriperumbadur at Melakottaiyur S/Stn. 4 Teesta-V - Siliguri (Ckt-II ) 5 Sipat - Raipur 6 Kota - Merta 7 Ranchi-Sipat line 8 RAPP 5&6 - Kota 9 LILO of Hissar - Jaipur at Bhiwadi 10 LILO of Rishikesh - Muzaffarnagar at Roorkee 11 Wardha - Akola 12 Pugalur - Madurai 13 Zerda - kankroli 14 Neyveli TS -II - Pugalur 15 Kundankulam (NPC) - Tirunelveli (PG) (Quad Line -I 16 Kundankulam (NPC) - Tirunelveli (PG) (Quad) line -II 17 Tirunelveli (PG) - Udumalpet (PG) TOTAL 400 kV LINES (CS) 220 KV LINES Center Sector 1 Vapi (PG) - Magarwada line 2 3 Vapi (PG) - Kharadpada (DNH) LILO of 1 ckt. Of Tanakpur-Bareilly at Sitarganj TOTAL 220 kV LINES (CS) Total CS (765 +400+220)

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31 34 44 109 5337

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Line length (CKM) 62 516 171 21 181 2 26 1 2 13 68 28 261 1352 32 2 8 20 23 9.5 32 12 69 19 2 4 75 14 244 91 2 59 44 1 18 5 92 33 5

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

400kV (State Sector) LILO of Korba-Sipat at Amarkantak JTPS-Raipur D/C Ramagundam(NTPC)-Ditchpally LILO of Ramagundam -Ghanapur at Gajwel Ratangarh-Merta LILO of RTPS-Guttur at BTPS LILO of Birsinghpur - Damoh D/C at Damoh Interconnector of Birsinghpur-Katni-Damoh at Birsinghpur Diversion of Birsinghpur-Katni-Damoh at Katni LILO of Farakka-Subhashgram at Sagardighi Kishenpur-Baglihar (Ist ckt) NSPCL-Raipur Chhabra-Dahra (Kota) TOTAL 400 kV LINES (SS) 220 KV LINES(SS) LILO of Pugalur-Checkanoorani at Renganathapuram LILO of both ckts of Bhopal-Itarsi at Itarsi Akhakhol-Kim NSPCL-Gurur (CSEB) LILO from Shimoga- Mysore at Huygonahalli (K R Pet) LILO Bhilwara-Kankroli at Kankroli(PG) Ponnapuram- Palladam LILO of 1st Ckt of Itarsi-Bhopal at Mandideep Pitampur-Raigarh (2nd) Ckt Nilokheri-Karnal LILO of Gobindgarh-I - Gobindgarh-II at Amloh Road Gobindgarh LILO one ckt of Lalton- Jagron at Ludhiana (PG) Barn-Kishenpur LILO of S P Koil- Tharamani II at Kalivanthapattu 400kV S/S Kayathar - Checkkanoorani 400 kV S/S LILO of Barwaha-Nepanagar (Khandwa) at Omkareshwar LILO of Chhabra-Baran-Dahra at Kawai Opening of one ckt of Heerapura-Bassi line and connecting Sanganer & Phulera Khasa Amritsar (at Balachak (PGCIL)) Moga (400 KV)- Jagraon LILO of Sriperumbadur -S P Koil at Oragadom S/S LILO of S P Koil- Tharamani at Veerapuram LILO of both circuits of Pitampur-Raigarh D/C at Rajgarh(PG) LILO of SMG- Mysore at Kadavinakote LILO of Giral -Barmer ckt 1 at RAJ West LTPS

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Line length (CKM) 5 90 2 15 47 96 6 52 8 5 0.2 118 5 6 5 16 44 121 2 10 15 33 98 53 3 1 2 13 22.5 11 56 48 12 0.5 27 38 7 4 52 10

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ckt) Hatia-Lohardagga LILO of Jeerat- Lakshmikantpur at KLC LILO of Fatna- Khagaul 1st ckt at Patna(PG) JTPS-Raigarh LILO of B Bagewadi- Indi line at Bijapur Dhorimanna-Bhinmal YTPP-Abdullapur Hissar (Mayyar)-Isharwal LILO of Mohali-I Dera Bassi at Mohali-II Mohali-Dera Bassi (2nd ckt stringing)

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LILO of Gajuwaka- VSS at GPL Andhra Pradesh LILO of one ckt of Agia- Sarusajai at Boko S/S Assam Shivpuri-Sabalgarh Madya Pradesh NSPCL-BSP MSDS-6 Chhattisgarh Kiron- Bhuna Haryana Moga (400 KV) - Bagha Purana Punjab Duburi-Paradeep Orissa Gajwel 400 kV S/S -Kamareddy S/C on D/C Andhra Pradesh Theur - Magarpatta(LILO of Theur- Phursungi Maharashtra at Magarpatta) LILO of Maneri I-Rishikesh at Maneri II D/C Uttarakhand TOTAL 220 kV LINES (SS) Total SS (400+220)kV TOTAL CKM OF 400 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) FULLY COMPLETED DURING THE YEAR TOTAL CKM OF 220 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) FULLYCOMPLETED DURING THE YEAR

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400 kV (Sub-station)( CS) Itarsi Tirunelveli ICT- II Baripada Ludhiana ICT-I Melakottaiyur ICT-I Ludhiana ICT-II Kankroli S/S ICT I & II Damoh ICT- I Melakottaiyur ICT-II Damoh ICT - II Tirunelveli ICT-I Bhatapara ICT-II Kota S/S

400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID

315 315 315 315 315 315 945 315 315 315 315 315 630

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Roorkee S/S Rajgarh S/S ( 2nd ICT) Wardha Udumalpet (PG)(Ext) Total (Central Sector) 400 kV (Sub-station)( SS) NSPCL (2x315 MVA) Gajwel ICT I Gajwel ICT II Sarnath Extn.2x(160-100) TOTAL (State Sector) TOTAL(All India)

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Magarpatta(3x50) K.R Pet(Huyoganahally) Yerandanahalli (3rd Trans.) Shahapur (2nd Trans) Allipura (Add.Trans) Kadavinakote(2x100) HAL Puttur HAL(2nd Trans.) Athani Vrishabhavaathi Valley(2x100) Shiralkoppa(2x100) Bijapur(2x100) Salempur (2nd ICT) Nilokheri S/S (2x100 MVA) Ballabhgarh Aug Daultabad 2nd ICT Durala Jorian(Aug.) Bhuna (2x 100 MVA) Palli (Aug.) Nilokheri S/S 2nd trans. Yamunanager(Jorian) 3rd ICT Tepla Aug Dhuri (Aug) (2nd Trans.) Amloh Rd Gobindgarh Goraya(Aug.) GNDTP,BTI Aug.(100-50) Rajla (Aug) GHTP Lehra Mohabat Atrauli Extn. 2 Agra Cant.(63-40) Loni Dohna, Bareilly Bharthana Azamgarh Aug.2x(160-100) Muradnagar Extn.(160-100) Saharanpur Extn.(160-100) Sikandrabad(2x100) Nehtaur Aug. (160-100) Gomti Nagar(3x60) Loni(2nd Trans.) Hardoi Road Ext. (160-100) Jaunpur Extn. (160-100) Hathras Extn. (160-100) Simboli Extn. (160-100) C.B.Ganj Extn. (3x60) Phoolpur Extn.(160-100) Kawai Kishangarh (Ajmer) VKIA Neemrana Khushkhera(Alwar)(1x100) Beaver(Aug.)

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150 60 100 100 100 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 100 100 100 23 100 200 100 60 60 60 200 60 180 100 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 100 100 100 100 50

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Phalodi(Aug) Kuchaman City(Aug.) Alwar (Aug.) Dahra (Aug.) Kukma Bala (2x50) Dudhrej (2x25) Suhela (Bhatapara) Main step down sub-station (MSDS)-6 Mandideep Sagar Badod Hoshangabad Sabalgarh Mandideep Damoh(Add Trans.) Rajgarh(Dhar)(Add.Trans) Barn (2x160) Manimajra (Chandigarh) Rentachintala Gajwel (ICT-I) Kamareddy Gangavaram port Fatuah(Aug.) KLC Gokarna(3rd Trans.) Bawana DSIDC South of Wazirabad (4th ICT) GT S/S (Aug)(160-100) Barkote(ICT- II) Paradeep(1st) TOTAL (State Sector) TOTAL (All India)

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50 100 50 100 100 100 50 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 100 160 160 160 100 100 100 100 31.5 100 100 100 100 100 60 20 100 11034.5 11314.5

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D/C D/C D/C D/C 2xS/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C M/C D/C

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26 98 418 55 3 104 482 100 702 90 193 68 430 131 26 327 148 3401

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State Sector (400kV LINES) LILO of Srisailam-Nunna at Vijayawada TPS M/C Andhra Pradesh Bhoopalapally -Warangal D/C Andhra Pradesh Meramundali-Mendhasal (Chandaka) D/C Orissa LILO of one ckt of Hissar- Moga at Hissar TPS D/C Haryana Hissar - Fatehbad (1st ckt) S/C Haryana LILO of one Ckt of Asoj-Amreli at Chorania D/C Gujarat Suratgarh STPS -Bikaner S/C Rajasthan LILO Dholpur-Heerapura at Hindaun D/C Rajasthan LILO of Koradi- Chandrapura at New Khaperkheda D/C Maharashtra LILO of Lonikhand - Padghe at Chakan D/C Maharashtra TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAr State Sector (220 KV LINES) STPS-Bhadra Raj West-Barmer LILO Heerapura-Kukas at Renwal Chhabra-Baran-Dahra Kankroli (PG)-Debari LILO Bhilwara-Pali at Bhilwara 400 kV S/S LILO Bhilwara-Bali at Bhilwara 400 kV S/S 2nd ckt strng.of Banswara- Debair upto Salumber from Banswara end & LILO for 132 kV S/S at Salumber Hindaun (400 kV)-Hindaun (220 kV) Link line at STPS end for 400KV STPS Suratgarh-Bikaner Giral TPS-Barmer 2nd ckt Baitoo - Balotra Giral TPS-Baitoo LILO Bassi - Phulera at GSS SEZ -I Kankroli (PG)-Kankroli LILO Bikaner- Nagaur at Bikaner (400 kV) Merta- Makrana- Kuchaman LILO of one ckt of Banswara- Debari at 132 kV GSS Salumber LILO of Sikar- Kuchman at GSS Dhod LILO of one ckt of KTPS- Bewar at Gulabpura D/C line at approach section of 400 kV GSS Akai and 220 kV bays at 400 kV Akai (Jaisalmer) LILO of Moga- Jagraon at Ajiwal LILO of one ckt. of Fateh Garh Churian- Civil Line Amritsar at Majitha(Loop in commid.) LILO of one ckt. of Fateh Garh Churian- Civil Line Amritsar at Majitha(Loop out commid.) Rishikesh-Maneribali Stage-II (3rd ckt) Ghansali - Chamba Bhauti(PG)-Orai Rosa - Hardoi (ckt-I) S/C D/C D/C S/C S/C D/C D/C S/C D/C S/C S/C S/C S/C D/C S/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C S/C Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Punjab Punjab Punjab Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh

24 90 201 3 41 39 162 8 3 2 573 114 27 49 138 63 10 6 87 16 3.5 35 48 55 15 8 37 108 16 6 13 12 3 5 5 79 35 90 59

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Line length (CKM) 22 19 26 24 22 2 24 26 4 14 4 12 134 15 20 10 11 144 7 194 170 10 1 10 8 12 5 20 1 59 10 20 15 166 219 21 50 27 3 2 80 170 3 2 36 48 9 44 18 9 7.5 18

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Rosa- Shahjahanpur -I LILO of Khurja-Muradnagar at Sikandarabad LILO of Sultanpur-Gonda at Sohawal LILO of Khurja-Muradnagar at Dadri Rosa- Shahjahanpur -II LILO of Palli - Gurgaon Sector 52 A at Gurgaon Sector 56 Kirori - Masudpur LILO of Jind- Hissar at Kirori LILO of Jind - Hissar at Masudpur LILO of Bawana - Narela at Bawana DSIDC(loop in portion) LILO of Jabalpur-Itarsi(2nd ckt) at Narsinghpur LILO of Ist Ckt Itarsi - Bhopal at Hosangabad Chindwara- Seoni (PG) LILO of 1st Ckt of Damoh - Bina D/C at Sagar LILO of 2nd ckt of Pitampur- Ratlam at Bad Nagar Makronia- Sagar(Traction feeder) LILO of 2nd ckt Itarsi - Bhopal at Hosangabad Sujalpur-Rajgarh LILO of 1st Ckt Jabalpur-Itarsi at Piparia Bhopal(400 kV)-Ashta S/S LILO of one ckt of Satpura-Itarsi at Handia Theur- Magarpatta(Urse- Talegaon 2nd ckt) LILO of Nerul- Trombay at Somkar LILO of Pirangut - Hinjwadi I at Hinjwadi-II LILO of Bhigwan- Baramati at Baramati Agro, Shetphal LILO of Kandalgaon Chinchwad D/C at Hinjwadi-II Chakan- M/s Volks Wagen LILO of Wardha- Badnera at 765 kV Deoli S/S LILO of Kalwa Nassik(Ckt-III)at Airoli (Knowledge Park) Chorania -Bala LILO of Vav-Jagadia on Ckt-1 at Kosamba Rajpur - Dudhrej Tunda UMPP - Nanikhakhar Adani(Mundra) - Versana Mangrol - Mobha Raigarh 400 kV (PGCIL) S/S Raigarh Khedamara- Rajnandgaon Bhatapara 400 kV (PGCIL) Suhela (Bhatapara) LILO of one ckt of Kolhapur - Ponda at Amona LILO of Kadur- Nelamangala at Dabaspet (Nelamangala) Hiriyur - Tallak Indi- Basavanabagevadi Link line between Nagjhari-Hubli and Hubli-Gadag line LILO of Mahalingapur-Bagalkot at Mudol/Vajaramatti Bidadi-Kothipura(Ramanagar) UTPS-Nandikur - Khemar (partly on Multi-ckt Multi-Voltage towers & partly on D/C towers) LILO of Mahalingapur-Hubli line at Soundatti Bastipura - Kadakola Manali- Tondiarpet Meelavittan - M/s Ind Bharat LILO of Karaikudi - Pudukkottai at Karaikudi 400kV SS LILO of Pugalur-Alundur at Pugalur S/S 400kV S/S

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S/C on Tamil Nadu D/C LILO of Tondiarpet- Mylapore at Basin Bridge D/C Tamil Nadu Arasur 400kV S/S- Arasur 230kV S/S D/C Tamil Nadu Malumichampatty- Common point- Myvadi S/C Tamil Nadu Sriperumbudur 400kV S/S- Sripermbudur Sipcot 230 kV S/C on Tamil Nadu S/S D/C Tirunelveli 400kV S/S - Udayathur S/C on Tamil Nadu D/C M/s Ind Bharat- Chekkanoorani D/C & Tamil Nadu S/C LILO of Kayamkulam-Edaman (ckt-2) at Edappon D/C Kerala Tap line to Vadakara S/S D/C Kerala Garividi - Boddepallipeta S/C on Andhra Pradesh D/C Boddepallipeta-Tekkali S/C on Andhra Pradesh D/C RTPP-Pulivendula D/C Andhra Pradesh LILO of VTS- Podili at Nasararaopet D/C Andhra Pradesh LILO of Sonenagar- Garhwa D/C at Japla D/C Jharkhand Biharshariff- Begusarai D/C Bihar Budhipadar-Bolangir D/C Orissa Tinsukia- Namrup D/C Assam TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAR 400kV Lines (Private Sector) Mundra-Dehgam D/C Adani Power Ltd LILO of RTPS- Guttur at Thorangallu JSW S/S D/C JSW Energy Ltd Kondapalli - Nunna D/C Lanco TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (PS) DURING THE YEAR Private Sector Akhakol-Puna D/C Torrent Power Akhakol-Bhatar D/C Torrent Power Akhakol-Ved(Dabholi) D/C Torrent Power Budge Budge -Kosba D/C CESC Total CKM OF 220 kV LINES (PS ) TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (All India) DURING THE YEAR TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (All India) DURING THE YEAR

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868 16 44 928

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POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID POWERGRID Orissa West Bengal Maharashtra Maharashtra Rajasthan

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220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/132

Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Rajasthan Delhi Uttar Pradesh

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Sultanpur Aug.(160-100) Sikandrabad Muzaffarnagar Sohawal Sonkhar Tembhurni Magarpatta Wathar Wathar Temghar Washala Hinjewadi II S/S Mahape (3rd Trans.) Temghar (2nd Tranf.) Mahad Airoli (Knowledge Park) Panvel (3rd Trans.) Sidhi S/S Rajgarh (Biaora) Beragarh Nagda Indore(South Zone) Badnagar Chindwara Piparia Astha Badnagar (2nd Traf.) Bhopal (Chambal) Addl.Tr. Rajnandgaon Amona (2x50 ) Bala (2x50) Dudhrej (2x25) Tallak(2ndTrans.) Haskote Dabaspet (Nelamangala) HSR layout(2x150- 2x100) Shiralkoppa Sindhanur (1st) Indi (2x100) Naganathapura (1st Trans) Vajramatti (2x100) Ranebennur(Addl.Trans.) Kustagi (Addl.trans.) Soundatti Naganathapura (2nd Trans.) Sriperumbudur SIPCOT Nokia Ponnapuram (Addl. Trans.) Kadapperi 3rd(80 to 100 MVA) Palladam Addl.Trans. Mettur (Aug.) Perambalur (Aug.)(100-50) Arni (Addl.Trans.) Thiruvalam Addl.Trans. Alundur (Aug.)(100-50)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/33 220/22 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/22 220/22 220/22 220/22 220/22 220/22 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/11 220/11 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/66 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/66 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110

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Capacity (MW/MVA) 60 100 100 100 50 25 150 100 50 50 25 50 50 50 50 50 50 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 100 160 100 160 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 100 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 20 100 100 50 80 100 50

Month of completion Aug-09 Oct-09 Jan-10 Jan-10 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Jun-09 Jun-09 Aug-09 Aug-09 Oct-09 Jan-10 Jan-10 Mar-10 Mar-10 Mar-10 May-09 Sep-09 Sep-09 Sep-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Jan-10 Jan-10 Jan-10 Mar-10 Sep-09 Nov-09 Nov-09 Nov-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Jun-09 Oct-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Mar-10 Dec-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Sep-09

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Amuthapuram Addl.Trans. Renganathapuram Addl.Trans. Koratur Aug.(80 to 100 MVA) Basin Bridge(GMR Vasavi) Vinnamangalam Aug.(100-50) Nethimedu Aug.(100- 80) Thiruvalam Aug. (100-75) Udayathur Othakalmandapam (3rd Tr.) Salem Aug.(100- 80) Vadakara Vadakara 2nd Trans. Kundra Gajwel 2nd Trans. Pulivendula Nasararaopet Nellore(Manuboin) New Town AA-III (2x160) New Town AA-III (2x50) Subhasgram Arambag(Aug.) Biharshariff Extn. Begusarai(2x100) Paradeep (2nd Traf.) Bhadrak (2nd Traf) Samaguri (Aug.) Namrup (Aug)(2x50) TOTAL (State Sector) JV/Private Sector Puna (2x160 MVA) Bhatar (2x160 MVA) Ved (Dabhol) (2x160 MVA) GIS Puna (2nd Trans.) Bhatar (2nd Trans.) Ved (Dabhol) (2nd Trans) GIS Kosba (3x160) Total(JV/PS) TOTAL (All India) TOTAL (All India)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 230/33 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/110 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 400 220

Executing Agency Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Kerala Kerala Kerala Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh West Bengal West Bengal West Bengal West Bengal Bihar Bihar Orissa Orissa Assam Assam

Capacity (MW/MVA) 50 100 20 100 50 20 25 100 100 20 100 100 200 100 100 100 100 320 100 160 160 150 200 100 100 50 100 10195 160 160 160 160 160 160 480 1440 9320 11995

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Torrent Power Torrent Power Torrent Power Torrent Power Torrent Power Torrent Power CESC Limited

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I. 400 KV LINES 400kV lines(CS) 1 Barh-Balia (Quad) D/C POWERGRID 2 Bahadurgarh-Sonepat line (Triple Cond.) D/C POWERGRID 3 Raigarh - Raipur D/C POWERGRID 4 Maithon RB - Maithon (PG) D/C POWERGRID 5 Kanpur - Ballabgarh D/C POWERGRID 6 Gorakhpur - Lucknow D/C POWERGRID 7 Meerut -Kaithal (Q) (HSIL) D/C POWERGRID 8 Birsinghpur (MPGENCO) Damoh D/C POWERGRID 9 Ranchi-Rourkela D/C POWERGRID 10 Pirana-Dehgam D/C POWERGRID 11 Durgapur-Jamshedpur Part line for LILO at Andal D/C POWERGRID (to facilitae start up power at Durgapur STPS) 12 Parli (MSETCL) Parli (PG) D/C POWERGRID 13 Koteshwar -Tehri Pooling Point D/C POWERGRID 14 Chamera Pooling Station - Chamera-II HEP (PartS/C POWERGRID I) 15 Abdullapur - Sonepat D/C POWERGRID 16 Bhadravati(PG)-Parli(PG) D/C POWERGRID 17 LILO of Bina - Nagda at Sujalpur D/C POWERGRID 18 LILO of Durgapur-Jamshedpur (PG) at Durgapur D/C DVC STPS 19 LILO of Maithon-Ranchi (PG) at Raghunathpur D/C DVC Total CKM OF 400 kV LINES (CS) Completed during the Year 400kV lines(SS) 1 LILO of Ramagundam -Ghanapur at Malkaram D/C APTRANSCO 2 KothagudamTPS - Khammam D/C APTRANSCO 3 Bhusaval - II - existing Khadka D/C MSETCL 4 Hissar - Kirori D/C HVPNL 5 Hissar - Fatehbad D/C HVPNL 6 Jhajjar - Daultabad (1st ckt.) D/C HVPNL 7 Jhajjar - Daultabad (2nd ckt.) D/C HVPNL 8 Chhabra-Hindaun S/C+ RRVPNL D/C 9 Rajwest- Jodhpur D/C RRVPNL 10 Rajwest- Barmer (1st ckt) S/C RRVPNL 11 Dahra(Kota)-Bhilwara S/C+ RRVPNL D/C 12 Jaisalmer- Barmer S/C RRVPNL 13 Jodhpur - Merta (2nd Ckt) S/C RRVPNL 14 KTPS-Kota(PG) (to be charged at 220 kV) D/C RRVPNL 15 Rajwest- Barmer (2nd ckt) S/C RRVPNL 16 LILO of Bamnauli - Bawana at Mundka D/C DTL 17 Dabhol-Nagothane Ckt.-II S/C MSETCL 18 Versana-Hadala D/C GETCO

488 104 440 62 743 528 327 457 290 94 38 10 5 1 291 768 44 7 21 4718 52 136 15 13 90 68 68 342 417 15 187 143 97 13 15 1 137 318

Jun-10 Jul-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jan-11 Mar-11

Apr-10 Mar-11 Apr-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Apr-10 May-10 May-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Feb-11 Jun-10 Nov-10

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Mundra(Adani) -Versana GETCO LILO Farakka-Subhasgram S/C at Sagardighi WBSTCL Limbdi(Choania) (GETCO)- Ramchandpura(Vadavi) GETCO (GETCO) TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAR 400kV lines(PS) Sugen - Jhanor D/C Torrent Power Jaigad - New Koyna (ckt 1) S/C JSW Energy Jaigad - New Koyna (ckt 2) S/C JSW Energy Jhajjar - Mundka (1st ckt ) S/C APCPL Jhajjar - Mundka (2nd ckt ) S/C APCPL LILO of Solapur -Karad at Solapur(POWEGRID) D/C Reliance Power Jhanor-Pirana via Pirana TPL D/C on Torrent Power M/C LILO of Rourkela- Raigarh at Sterlite TPP D/C Sterlite TPP TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 400 kV LINES (PS) DURING THE YEAR TOTAL CKM OF 400 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) Name of the transmission lines No. of ckts Executing Agency

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II. 220 KV LINES 220 KV LINES(CS) 1 Vapi -Khadoli (UT of DNH) D/C POWERGRID 2 Kalyaneshwari - Pithakari D/C DVC 3 LILO of Kalyaneshwari-ChandrapuraTPS at Dhanbad 2xD/C DVC 4 Loop in of both ckts of Chandrapura TPS-MTPS at D/C DVC Kalyaneshwari -ckt I 5 Loop out of both ckts of Chandrapura TPS-MTPS at D/C DVC Kalyaneshwari- ckt II TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (CS) DURING THE YEAR 220 KV LINES(SS) 1 Cheeka-Durala D/C HVPNL 2 Bastra- Kaul D/C HVPNL 3 Pehowa-Kaul line D/C HVPNL 4 LILO of PTPS -Safidon line at Bastara D/C HVPNL 5 YTPP(DCRTPP) -Nilokheri D/C HVPNL 6 Sonepat(Jajjy)-Mohana S/S D/C HVPNL 7 PTPP-Bastra line D/C HVPNL 8 Sampla-Mohana line D/C HVPNL 9 Mohana-Smalkha line D/C HVPNL 10 Nalagarh-Mohali -I (length of line corrected as per D/C PSTCL actual) 11 Mansa- HPCL Mittal Energy Ltd (Deposit Work) D/C PSTCL 12 GHTP-Himatpura D/C D/C PSTCL 13 LILO of one circuit of GGSSTP Mohali-I at Kharar D/C PSTCL 14 LILO of one ckt of Verpal- Palli at Taran Taran D/C PSTCL 15 Mohali-Rajpura D/C PSTCL 16 LILO of Malerkotla Lalton Kalan S/C at Pakhowal D/C PSTCL 17 LILO of one ckt. of Moga- Mukatsar DC at Sadiq D/C PSTCL 18 LILO of Bhatinda -Mukatsar line at Malout D/C PSTCL 19 LILO of Lalton Kalan-Humbran at Ferozpur Road D/C PSTCL Ludhiana 20 LILO of Bassi-Phulera at GSS Bagru D/C RRVPNL 21 LILO Kota-Bhilwara at Kota (PG) D/C RRVPNL

62 16 8 90 92 206 100 90 33 27 104 6 28 69 55 111 97 81 6 13 13 2 38 48 10 9 4

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Hindaun (400 kV)-Mandawar LILO of both ckts of Amarsagar - Barmer at Akai (Jaisalmer) LILO of Bikaner-Nagaur line at GSS Nokha LILO of Hissar Khetri at Chirawa Bhinmal(PG) -Sanchore (RVPN) Barsinghsar TPS-Phalodi LILO one ckt Bassi-Heerapura at Jagatpura Dhorimana - Sanchore (jalore) Neemrana-Kotputli Pindwara GSS- M/S J.K. laxmi cement LILO of Chittorgarh-Nimbahera at GSS sawa LILO of Badarpur- Alwar at GSS MIA Alwar LILO of Kankroli-sirohi at Bali Metore(Meerut) (PG)-Gajraula LILO of Moradabad-NAPP at Sambhal Muzaffarnagar-Shamli LILO of Agra(400)-Ferozabad at Shamshabad Roza - Badaun LILO of Saharanpur-Shamli at Nanauta Nanauta - Muzaffarnagar LILO of Mainpuri (PG)-Harduaganj Line at Etah Ridge Valley - Naraina LILO of Mehrauli - Bamnauli at DIAL (2x2x6kM) LILO of Bawana-Narela at Khanjawla(2xD/C)(1st ckt) U/G of Maharani Bagh(PG)-Masjid Moth Kashipur - Barheni Barheni - Pantnagar Kangoo-Rauri (1st Ckt ) Kangoo-Rauri (2nd Ckt) Reru Majra (PGCIL)-Uperla Nangal (Nalagarh) Khodri-Majri (2nd circuit) Versana- Morbi LILO of Kasor- Vertej at Botad LILO of Kansari- Tharad at Lakhani Viramgam- Salejada LILO of Viramgam- Salejada at Bhat Tappar-Varsana line LILO Wanakbori-Ranasan Ckt II at Kapadvanj Utran - Kosamba Line-I LILO of Gwalior-Malanpur at Gwalior 400 kV (PG) Jabalpur-Narsinghpur Chegaon-Nimrani LILO of one ckt of Satpura-Itarsi at Handia LILO of Barwaha- Khandwa at Chhegaon new S/S LILO of Indore- Ujjain at Indore II S/S Maheshwar - Nimrani Astha- Bercha Chhindwara-Betul LILO of Satna-Bansagar At Kotar LILO of Khandwa - Nepanagar at Chhegaon new S/S LILO Amarkantak-Birsinghpur at Sukha (PG) 2xD/C Satna-Chhatarpur

No. of ckts S/C 2xD/C S/C D/C S/C S/C D/C S/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C M/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C 2xD/C S/C on D/C

Executing Agency RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL DTL DTL DTL DTL PTCUL PTCUL HPSEBL HPSEBL HPSEBL HPSEBL GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL

Line length 47 77 6 38 67 123 18 64 88 20 5 5 3 87 3 56 50 192 6 65 20 5 24 7 19 54 71 24 24 7 35 214 39 1 118 71 8 30 86 17 153 205 170 4 2 54 50 266 8 35 332 156

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LILO of One Ckt.of Bhopal-Bina at Vidisha Dewas - Astha LILO of Theur- Magarpatta at M/s Serum Institute LILO of Chandrapur- Warora at Wani LILO of Karad-Miraj at Kadegaon Rajgoli to Halkarni S/S LILO of Pusad Girwali (ckt-1) at Hingoli LILO of 2nd ckt Kolhapur-Phonda at Halkarni Khedamara- Bemtra LILO of Raipur(PG)- Suhela (Bhatapara) at Doma NSPCL-BSP MSDS-5 LILO of Korba-Siltara at Mopka Oglapur 400kV S/S-Nagaram LILO of Tadikonda- Ongole at Parchur Veltoor- Wanaparthy LILO of Narnoor -Wanaparthy at Brahmanakotkur LILO of HIAL-Gachibowli line at Sivarampalli Brahmanakotkur- Malyala Kalpaka S/S - Ms. Brandix (part line) Dhone - Kambalapadu Krishnagiri - Settipally Kambalapadu- Lakkasagaram LILO from Gooty- Alipura at Regulapadu LILO of Pulakurthy -Ramppa at Nagaram sw.station LILO of VTS- Narketpally at Chilakallu LILO of Medchal- Minpur at Gajwel LILO of Pulakurthy -Ramppa at salivgu Elephant Gate- Tondiarpet Valuthur - Paramakudi S/C on D/C Gobi -Mettur TPS S.P.Koil-Tharamani (Perambakkam-Tharamani portion) Othakalmandapam-Common point -Ponnapuram LILO of S.P.Koil -Tharamani line at KITS Park SS LILO of NCTPS- Mosur at NCTPS Stage II (for startup power) Sriperumbadur SIPCOT- Sunguvarchatram 400 kV S/S LILO of Mysore - Shimoga line at Hassan(Shanthigrama) Narendra 400 kV S/S- Ghataprabha Narendra S/S- MK Hubli S/S LILO of Hootagalli-TK Hali -Vajamangala varahi-Shimoga Peenya-NRS Anand rao Circle-Nimhas-HAL Narendra-KIDAB Basthipura-Kushalanagara Areacode(PGCIL)400kV S/S- Areacode S/S

No. of ckts D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C S/C on D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C on D/C S/C S/C S/C D/C D/C 2xD/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C S/C M/C on D/C line D/C M/C

Executing Agency MPPTCL MPPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL CSPTCL CSPTCL CSPTCL CSPTCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KSEB

Line length 42 144 1 46 5 22 44 19 50 42 7 24 25 7 40 26 1.5 21 22 12 11 9 22 3 5 80 0.7 5 50 82 49 62 1 3 12 28 191 34 3 9 8 17 4 154 1

Month of Completion Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jul-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Feb-11 Feb-11 Jun-10 Sep-10 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-10 Jun-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10 Jun-10 Jun-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Mar-11

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Executing Agency Puduchurry Ele. Dept. WBSETCL BSEB

Line length 29 2 15 304 76 170 226 6539 9 349 358 7165

Month of Completion Oct-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Jan-11 Aug-10

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LILO of Jeerut-Kasba line at New Town AA-III D/C LILO of Hazipur-Muzaffapur (Kanti) at D/C Muzaffapur(PG) Begusarai-Muzaffapur (Kanti) (MTPS) Line D/C BSEB Kuchei-Balasore(Ckt-II) S/C OPTCL Narendrapur-Mendhasal (Ckt-II) S/C OPTCL Misa - Byrnihat D/C MeSEB TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED 220 kV LINES (SS) DURING THE YEAR 220 kV LINES (PS ) Sterlite TPP - Sterlite captive plant D/C D/C Sterlite Allain Duhangan-Panarsa-Nalagarh D/C D/C AD Hydro Total CKM OF 220 kV LINES (PS ) TOTAL CKM OF 220 kV LINES (ALL INDIA) FULLY COMPLEDTED DURING THE YEAR

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400kV (substation) (CS) Sonepat (1st Transf) Maharanibagh GIS Extn(1st Trf) Pune Bina Sonepat (2nd Transf) Maharanibagh GIS Extn(2nd) Pirana(1st Tranf) Muvattapuzha s/s (1st Transf) Wagoora S/Stn. 4th ICT(3x105) Malerkotla Extn. Pirana (2nd Transf) Gwalior Extn. Total PGCIL DVC TOTAL (Central Sector) 400kV (substation) (SS) Kirori Kirori (3rd Trans.) Daultabad Daultabad (3rd Trans.) Hindaun S/S (1x315) Bhilwara S/S (1x315) Barmer S/S (1x315) Akai (Jaisalmer) Akai (Jaisalmer) (2nd Trf.) Mundka (1st Trf.) Mundka (2nd Trf.) Bawana (2x315) Katni Indore

400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

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Chakan (2nd ICT) Kalwa(3x167) Varsana (2x315 MVA) Kosamba Talaguppa (3rd) Mahaboobnagar(2nd Trans.) Chittoor (2nd Trans.) Malkaram(1st Trf.) Malkaram(2nd Trf.) Mahaboobnagar(3rd Trans.) TOTAL (State Sector) 400kV (substation) (PS) Pirana (2x315 MVA) TOTAL (Private Sector) TOTAL(All India) 400kV (substation)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

Executing Agency MSETCL MSETCL GETCO GETCO KPTCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO

Capacity (MW/MVA) 315 500 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 8690

Month of completion Jun-10 Jan-11 Nov-10 Mar-11 Dec-10 May-10 May-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Aug-10

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220kV (substation) (CS) Pithoragarh (1st ) Pithoragarh (2nd) Baripada Barjora S/S (2x150) TOTAL (Central Sector) 220kV (substation) (SS) Kirori(1st Trans.) Bastra Kirori(2nd Trans.) Rewari (Aug.) (100-50) Jind (Aug.) Smalkha (2x100) Sampla Bagru Boranada I/A Nokha Chirawa (1x100) Jaipur( Indira Gandhi Nagar) GSS(1x100) MIA (up-grade) Sawa (upgrade) Dholpur (100-50) Reengus (Sikar) (100-50) Phalodi (Jodhpur) (100-50) Dhorimana (Barmer) (Aug.) Mandawar (Dausa) (Aug.) Bhilwara (Aug.) Banswara (Aug.) Bharatpur) (Aug.) Modak (Kota) (100-50) Balotra (Barmer) (100-50) Phulera (Jaipur) (100-50)

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Kishangarh (Ajmer) (Aug.) Hindaun (Karauli) (Aug.) Gulabpura (Bhilwara) (Aug.) Kankroli (Rajsamand) (Aug.) Amarsagar (Jaisalmer) (Aug.) Kukas (Jaipur) (Aug.) Chirawa (Jhunjhnu)(Aug.) Dhod (Sikar)(Aug.) Sambhal, Muradabad Gajraula Dadri Etah Nanauta (160+100) Naubasta (160-100) Sahupuri (160-100) Badaun(160-100) Shatabdinagar(160-100) Panki (160-100) Jahangirabad (160-100) Azamgarh (160-100) Atrauli (160-100) Deirua (100) Sahupuri (160-100) Loni (150-100) Hardoi Road, Lucknow (160-100) Khurja (160-100) Gonda (160-100) Sikandra, Agra (60) Badaun (150-100) Shamshabad Road, Agra Gorakhpur II Pong (Aug) (40-20 ) Jassure S/S 1x25 MVA Uperla Nangal (Nalagarh) Amloh Road Mandi Govind Garh Himatpura Verpal Aug.(100-50) Sadiq (U/G) (1x100 MVA) Kharar Taran Taran Civil Lines ASR Sunam Pakhowal (new) (1x100 MVA) F P Nabha (1x100) Sahnewal (3rd Trf.) Kohara (Aug) (1x100 MVA) Algun Jhuneer Ghubaya (Addi.) Baja Khana (Addi.) Malerkotla (Addi.) Malout (New) Kartarpur Botianwala

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/33 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/66

Executing Agency RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL RRVPNL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL HPSEBL HPSEBL HPSEBL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL

Capacity (MW/MVA) 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 100 160 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 60 50 60 60 60 60 50 320 160 20 25 200 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

Month of completion Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jun-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Jul-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11

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Ridge Valley DIAL Vasant Kunj (3rd) Shalimar Bagh (3rd) Masjid-Moth (Sirifort) Mundka ( 1st Trf.) Lakhani(Agathala)(1st Trf.) Botad Bhat (Bavla) Lakhani(Agathala) (2nd Trf.) Kangasiyalli Bhat (Bavla) (2nd Trf.) Botad (2nd Trf.) Jambuva (Aug.) Chhatral (Aug.) Kapadwanj (Aug.) Anjar (Aug.) Mehsana (Aug.) Doma Main step down GIS sub-station (MSDS)-5 Paraswani (Mahassamund) (addti.) Mopka (addti) Chhatarpur Chhegaon Astha Kotar Betul Vidisha Wani (2x50) Chakan Shendra Temghar Hingoli Hingoli(2x25) Chakan (2x50) Talegoan (2x50) Kadegaon(Wani) Parchur Salivagu Brahmanakotkur (2x25) Malyala (4x31.5) Brandix (2x100) Regulapadu Thudiyalur (Addl.Trans.) KITS Park Basin Bridge (Addl.Trans.) Amuthapuram(Addl.Trf.) Kodikurichi(Addl.Trf.) Hosur(Addl.Trf.) Alagarkoil(Addl.Trf.) Kundra (2nd Trans.) Pothencode(3rd Trf.) MK Hubli Ghataprabha (1st Trf.)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/33 220/33 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/22 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/11 220/11 220/11 220/132 220/11 230/110 230/110 230/110 230/33 230/110 230/110 230/110 220/110 220/110 220/110 220/110

Executing Agency DTL DTL DTL DTL DTL DTL GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO CSPTCL CSPTCL CSPTCL CSPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco Tantransco KSEB KSEB KPTCL KPTCL

Capacity (MW/MVA) 320 320 160 100 200 160 100 50 100 100 100 100 150 50 50 50 100 50 160 320 160 160 160 160 100 160 160 160 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 25 31.5 200 25 80 80 100 50 100 100 100 200 200 100 100

Month of completion Sep-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Apr-10 Apr-10 May-10 Nov-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Sep-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Apr-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Jul-10 Aug-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Mar-11 Jun-10 Sep-10 Sep-10 Jan-11 Jan-11 Jan-11 Mar-11 Nov-10 Mar-11 Dec-10 Dec-10

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A' Station compound circle) Ramanagar(Kothipura) Nimhans Vajamangala East Division Compound Ghataprabha (2nd Trans.) Kushalanagara Bolangir(2x100) Bolangir (2nd Trf.) Subhasgram Singur(2x160) Subhasgram(2nd) Singur(2x160) Kolkata Leather Complex Asansol (Aug. ) Khagaul (Patna) (Aug.) Bodhgaya (Aug.) Bidanasi Byrnihat(2x160) TOTAL (State Sector) TOTAL (All India) Total (All India)

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Voltage Ratio (kV/kV) 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/110 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220 220 (400 +220)kV

Executing Agency KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL KPTCL OPTCL OPTCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL WBSETCL BSEB BSEB OPTCL MeSEB

Capacity (MW/MVA) 150 100 300 150 300 100 100 100 100 160 160 160 160 160 100 100 150 40 320 17027 17687 31657

Month of completion Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Dec-10 Mar-11 Mar-11 Aug-10 Mar-11 Aug-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Nov-10 Jan-11 Aug-10

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I. 765 KV LINES CENTRAL SECTOR LILO of Tehri Meerut at Tehri Pooling Point (to be charged at 400 1 KV) TOTAL CKM OF FULLY COMPLETED (CS) DURING THE YEAR STATE SECTOR 2 Shiffting of 765 kV Anpara- Unnao at Unnao Total of STATE Sector TOTAL 765kV lines (ALL INDIA)

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II. 400 kV lines CENTRAL SECTOR 1 Koderma-Biharshariff (Quad) 2 Korba STPS- Raipur 3 LILO of 400 kV D/C Gazuwaka - Vemagiri at Simhadri TPS 4 Mysore - Hassan 5 Rourkela - Raigarh 6 LILO of Alamathy - Sriperumbdur at Vallure TPS 7 Wardha (PG)-Parli (PG) 8 Baripada - Mendhasal 9 Farakka - Kahalgaon (2nd line) 10 LILO of Bawana/Bahadurgarh -Hissar line at Bhiwani 11 LILO of Jind ckt. Of Nalagarh-Kaithal at Patiala 12 LILO of Patiala - Hissar at Kaithal 13 Mundra - Bachchau 14 URI I - URI II 15 Bachchau - Ranchodpura 16 Patiala - Ludhiana Korba(NTPC)-Brisinghpur (MPGENCO) (Portion of line 8 Ckm 17 commissioned for contingency arrangement) 18 Mejia-Maithon 19 Mundra -Limbdi ( part Line) 20 Muvattupuzha (PG) - North Trichur (PG) 21 Bhiwadi - Neemrana 22 LILO of Allahabad - Kanpur at Fatehpur 23 Lucknow (New) - Lucknow line - II (Quad) 24 Maithon (RB) - Ranchi 25 URI II -Wagoora Total of CENTRAL Sector(400kV)

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PRIATE SECTOR 1 LILO of Lonikhand (MSETCL) - Kalwa (MSETCL) at Pune (PG) 2 Limdi (Chorania (GETCO)- Ramchodpura (Vadavi) (GETCO) 3 Jaigad - karad. 4 LILO of Korba - Bhatapara at Kasaipalli 5 Parli (PG) - Solapur (PG) 6 Ranchodpura (Vadavi) (GETCO)- Zerda ( Kansari (GETCO) Total of PVT Sector(400kV) STATE SECTOR 1 Sagardighi - Parulia (PGCIL) 2 Vadinar (Essar)-Hadala 3 LILO of Sriperumbudur- Puduchery at Sunguvarchatram 400kV S/S 4 LILO of Hissar- Fatehabad at Nuhiawali 5 LILO of Jhajjar (APCPL) - Daultabad line at MG Jhajjar (CLP) 6 Jaisalmer- Jodhpur 7 Bhusaval - II - Aurangabad 8 New Bhusaval - Aurangabad Total of STATE Sector(400kV) Total 400 kV Lines(All India)

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

RPTL RPTL JSWEL ACB RPTL RPTL

3 206 219 6 272 282 988 255 226 16 153 10 245 185 179 1269 7402

S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C

WBSETCL GETCO TANTRANSCO HVPNL HVPNL RVPNL MSETCL MSETCL

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III. 220 kV CENTRAL SECTOR 1 Chamera-III - Pooling Station Near Chamera-II HEP 2 Kalpakkam PFBR-Sirucheri LILO of 220 kV D/C Fatehpur (UPPCL) - Kanpur (UPPCL) line at 3 Fatehpur. Total of CENTRAL Sector(220kV) PRIVATE SECTOR 1 LILO of Allain Duhangan- Nalagarh at Chhaur Total of PVT Sector(220kV) STATE SECTOR 1 Mohana-Smalkha line 2 Dewas - Astha 3 LILO of Bhosari - Chinchwad line at Chakan S/S 4 LILO of Bikaner-Sridungargarh line at Bikaner GSS 5 LILO of Chittorgarh - Nimbahera line at GSS Sawa. 6 LILO of Sirohi-Bhinmal at Bhinwal GSS (PG) 7 LILO of 2nd ckt of Ukai (T)-Vav at Bardoli (mota) 8 LILO of 1 Ckt of Bina - Shivpuri at Bina 765 KV New S/S (PG) 9 LILO of Mohali-Dera Bassi at Lalru 10 LILO of Sunam - Mansa line at Jhunir 11 Devakkurichi- Pudhanchandai 12 LILO of Thiruvarur- Karaikudi at Karambayam(Nimmeli Thippiakudi) 13 Othakkalmandapam (Malumichampatty)- Palladam 14 LILO of Fatehpur - Panki at Kanpur South 15 Lakkasagaram - Nansuralla 16 Bhat - Pirana line 17 Chormar-Rania line via Nuhianwali 18 LILO of Dadri -Rewari at Lula Ahir 19 Sewah-Chhajpur line 20 Smalkha- Chhajpur 21 Barn-Bishnah-Hira Nagar
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PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

D/C

EPCL

2 2

D/C D/C D/C on M/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C S/C on D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

HVPNL MPPTCL MSETCL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL GETCO MPPTCL PSTCL PSTCL TANTRANSCO TANTRANSCO TANTRANSCO UPPTCL APTRANSCO GETCO HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL JKPDD

55 144 17 7 5 10 10 2 34 68 84 17 53 7 7 29 73 9 27 50 180

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LILO of Lonikhanda - Khadki line at VSNL S/S LILO of Parvati - Phursungi line at Jejuri S/S LILO on Parli (Murud) - Solapur line at Tuljapur Focal Point Nabha- Phagan Majra 400kV S/S Akal - Bhu line LILO of Chekknurani - Amathapuram at Nallamanaickenpatty Greater Noida-Noida Sector 129 LILO of panki-Uanno at Bithoor Kathalguri-Tinsukia (2nd Circuit) Ramagundam- Bellampalli Kosamba-Zagadia line LILO of Gondal-Rajkot line at Kangasiyali Kashang-Bhaba( 1st Ckt.) Lula Ahir-Dhanonda line LILO of Karad Kolhapur D/C at Wather Talegaon 400 kV(PG)S/S Talegaon 220 kV S/S LILO one ckt of Laiton Kalan-Dhandari at Ludhiana Patti-Algaon line LILO of both ckts of Gooty - Somayajulapally at Dhone sw.stn. Vijayawada TPS-Tallapally LILO of Padghe-Kalwa at Temghar Bhadra- Chirawa Bhinmal(PG) -Sanchore (RVPN)and Bhinmal(PG)-Bhinmal(RVPN) Chhabra TPS-Jhalawar Hazaira (GSEC)-Kosamba Fatehabad-Chormar line Humnabad - Halbaraga LILO of Shimoga - Mysore at Chikk Magalur Volkswagen-M/s Mahindra S/S Palamaneru - Chitoor Nyara - Tebhda (Ckt-I) Dhanonda - Dadhi Bana line Dechu - Tinwari Sunguvarchatram- Oragadam Dhone - Krishnagiri LILO of Gooty - Alipura at Regulapadu (balance work) East Div Comp. - HAl in Bangalore. RTPS-Raichur Bhusaval - II - Amalner Bhilangana III - Ghansali (Guttu) Matre (PG) - Nehtaur LILO of Bahadurgarh -Rohtak line at Sampla daultabad-Mau Akola - Balapur line Babhleshwar - Chalisgaon (upto kopergaon tap point.) Bambhori - Amalner line Deepnagar - Bambhori line LILO of Kolhapur - Phonda at Hamidwada LILO of Mulund - Borivali at Bhandup LILO of Pedhambe - Kharepatan at Niwali line LILO of Pedhambe - Kharepatan at Oni line MIDC Chandrapur S/S - M/s GEPL (ckt-I) Total of STATE Sector Total of 220 kV(ALL INDIA)

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C S/C on D/C 2xD/C D/C D/C S/C S/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C on D/C S/C D/C S/C S/C on D/C S/C on D/C D/C UG Cable D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C D/C UG Cable S/C S/C S/C

MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL PSTCL RVPNL TANTRANSCO UPPTCL UPPTCL AEGCL APTRANSCO GETCO GETCO HPSEBL HVPNL MSETCL MSETCL PSTCL PSTCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO MSETCL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL GETCO HVPNL KPTCL KPTCL MSETCL APTRANSCO GETCO HVPNL RVPNL TANTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO KPTCL KPTCL MSETCL PTCUL UPPTCL HVPNL HVPNL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL

4 62 6 33 17 30 24 14 24 37 49 28 37 40 20 20 5 20 114 266 3 109 18 101 125 158 79 57 3 58 90 34 71 10 11 22 8 35 197 38 75 48 76 54 74 38 70 4 2 33 1 12 3452 3579

Total ALL INDIA (765+400+220 kV)

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765/400 765/400

Executing Agency

Capacity (MW/MVA)

Month of Completion

765 kV CENTRAL SECTOR 1 Balia (New) (1st Trf) 2 Lucknow (New) (1st Trf) Total of CENTRAL Sector Toatl of 765 kV

PGCIL PGCIL

1500 1500 3000 3000

DEC-11 DEC-11

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400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

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Month of Completion

400 kV CENTRAL SECTOR 1 Raipur Extn. 2 Shujalpur(1st ICT) 3 Extn.Patiala 4 Bachchau S/S 5 GIS Pooling Station near Chamera-II HEP 6 Extn. Bahadurgarh 7 Pune Extn. 8 Muvattapuzha s/s (2 nd ICT) 9 Shujalpur(2nd ICT) 10 Fatehpur Extn. 11 Neemrana (1st Trf.) 12 Wardha Extn. Total of CENTRAL Sector STATE SECTOR 1 Bhusaval (ICT-I) S/S 2 Sunguvarchatram 3 Bhusaval (ICT II) S/S 4 Babhaleshwar S/S 5 Dhule S/S 6 Khaperkheda S/S (2x500) 7 Nagothane S/S Total of STATE Sector Toatl of 400 kV

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

315 315 500 630 630 500 315 315 315 630 315 500 5280 500 630 500 500 500 1000 500 4130 9410

JUN-11 JUN-11 JUL-11 AUG-11 AUG-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 NOV-11 NOV-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11

400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

MSETCL TANTRANSCO MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL

AUG-11 AUG-11 SEP-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11

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220/33 220/132

Executing Agency

Capacity (MW/MVA)

Month of Completion

220 kV CENTRAL SECTOR 1 Dhanbad (2x80) 2 Raebareli (POWERGRID) Total of CENTRAL Sector STATE SECTOR 1 Brahmanakotkur 2 Malyala(3x31.5) 3 Alundur (Addl. Trf) 4 Oragadom

DVC PGCIL

80 100 180 25 95 100 100

JUN-11 SEP-11

220/11 220/11 230/110 230/110

APTRANSCO APTRANSCO TANTRANSCO TANTRANSCO

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Name of Sub-Station
Sadayapalayam Ponda Xeldem Kushalanagara (2nd Trf.) Jath (2x100) Urse Vasai Kanpur South Achchalia (Aug.) Nakhatrana (Aug.) Vadavi (Aug.) A` station Compound (2nd ICT) Khassa (Aug.) Amuthapuram (Add.Tr.) S/S Bellampally. S/S Kotmikala (Addl.) Kangasiyalli Gurgoan Sector -72 Bishnah Vasai (2nd Trf.) Focal Point Nabha ( 2nd Trf.) Malerkotla (Aug.) Bithoor Rishra(aug.) Bemetara. S/S Algaon. S/S Kapurthala (Kanjli) (New) Lalru Deodor (Aug.) Dhasa(Aug.) Hadala(Aug.) Jangrol (Aug.) Waghodid (Aug.) Bithoor (2nd Trf.) Dalkhola Palamaneru Chhajpur S/S Chormar S/S (1st Trf) Chormar S/S (2nd Trf) Dharuhera (Mau) S/S (1st Trf) Dharuhera (Mau) S/S (2nd Trf) Lula Ahir Ashta (Add.) Trf. S/S Butari (Aug) S/S Sanchore (1x100) Mosur III Auto (Add. Trf) Sadayampalayam (Add. Trf) Kambalapadu Regulapadu S/S Dhanonda Chikkmagalur S/S Krishnagiri Lakkasagaram Settipally Kangasiyali (2nd Trf.)

Voltage Ratio (kV/kV)


230/33 220/110 220/110 220/66 220/132 220/22 220/132 220/33 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 230/33 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/66 220/33 220/33 220/132 220/66 220/132 230/110 230/33 220/11 220/11 220/132 220/66 220/11 220/11 220/11 220/66

Executing Agency
TANTRANSCO ED- GOA ED- GOA KPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL UPPTCL GETCO GETCO GETCO KPTCL PSTCL TANTRANSCO APTRANSCO CSPTCL GETCO HVPNL JKPDD MSETCL PSTCL PSTCL UPPTCL WBSETCL CSPTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO UPPTCL WBSETCL APTRANSCO HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL MPPTCL PSTCL RVPNL TANTRANSCO TANTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO HVPNL KPTCL APTRANSCO APTRANSCO APTRANSCO GETCO

Capacity (MW/MVA)
100 100 100 100 100 50 100 60 50 50 50 150 100 50 100 100 100 100 320 100 100 100 160 160 160 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 160 320 100 200 100 100 200 100 100 160 100 100 100 50 75 50 100 200 75 75 75 100

Month of Completion
APR-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 MAY-11 JUN-11 JUN-11 JUN-11 JUN-11 JUN-11 JUN-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 JUL-11 AUG-11 AUG-11 AUG-11 AUG-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 SEP-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 OCT-11 NOV-11 NOV-11 NOV-11 NOV-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11

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220/132 220/66 220/110 220/33 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/22 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/33 220/132 220/22 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/33 220/22 220/33 220/33 220/132

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GETCO HVPNL KPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL OPTCL

Capacity (MW/MVA)
200 100 100 25 25 200 25 25 50 200 100 50 50 50 100 100 50 200 100 100 100 25 100 50 100 50 25 25 110 8755 127 9062

Month of Completion
DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11 DEC-11

60 Lalpar 61 IMT Manesar (Aug.) 62 M.K. Hubli (2 nd Trf) 63 Badnera (Aug.) S/S 64 Balapur S/S 65 Bambhori (Jalgaon) S/S 66 Bambhori S/S 67 Baramati (Aug.) S/S 68 Baramati (Aug.) S/S 69 Bhandup GIS S/S 70 Chikhali (Aug.) S/S 71 Hamidwada S/S 72 Hinjewadi S/S 73 Jath S/S 74 Kadegaon S/S 75 Kadegaon S/S 76 Kandalgaon S/S 77 Kurkumbh S/S 78 Miraj (Aug.) S/S 79 Niwali S/S 80 Parbhani (Aug.) S/S 81 Pusad (Aug.) S/S 82 Sawangi S/S 83 Solapur (Aug.) S/S 84 Tuljapur S/S 85 VSNL - Yewalewadi S/S 86 Warora (Aug.) (IInd) S/S 87 Warora (Aug.) S/S 88 Paradeep (Aug.) S/S Total (State Sector) Private Sector 1 ChhaurS/S Total of 220 kV(ALL INDIA)

220/132

EPCL

SEP-11

Total ALL INDIA (765+400+220 kV)

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Name of Transmission Lines HVDC BIPOLE Mundra -Mohindergarh Bipole Total(HVDC) Adani Bipole 1980 1980 MAR-12 Name of Utility No.of Circits Line Length (CKM) Anticipated commissionig Date

Name of Transmission Lines CENTRAL SECTOR 765kV Gaya Balia( Part Line) Satna Bina line I Balia-Lucknow LILO of Sipat Seoni (2nd Ckt) at WR Pooling station Near Sipat Gaya Balia (Balance part line) Sasaram Faehtpur Seoni Wardha (2nd Ckt) Total(765kV)(CS) 400kV Biharshariff Sasaram (Ckt-I & Part of Ckt-II) LILO of Singrauli Kanpur at Fatehpur Neemrana Sikar Tuticorin JV Madurai Durgapur Maithon line LILO of Nelmangla Somanhalli at Bidadi Jamshedpur-Baripada Biharsharrif Sasaram (Balance part line) Korba-Brisinghpur (Balance part line) Total(400kV)(CS) 220kV LILO of 1st Ckt Dehri Bodhgaya line at Gaya. LILO of 1st Ckt Sikar (RVPN), Ratnagarh at Sikar LILO of 2nd Ckt Dehri Bodhgaya line at Gaya. Total(220kV)(CS)

Name of Utility

No.of Circits

Line Length (CKM)

Anticipated commissionig Date

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C

69 274 320 18 159 159 261 1260 318 41 352 304 146 48 282 62 445 1998 24 6 24 54

JAN-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

D/C D/C D/C

JAN-12 JAN-12 MAR-12

Name of Transmission Lines STATE SECTOR 765kV Shiffting of 765 kV Anpara- Unnao at Unnao Shifting of Anpara B-Unnao termination point from Anpara B to Anpara C sw. yard. Total(765kV)(SS) 400kV BTPS- Hiriyur MTPS St.III - Arasur Vallur JV Project-NCTPS St.II LILO of Kolaghat TPS - Baripada at Kharagpur

Name of Utility

No.of Circits

Line Length (CKM)

Anticipated commissionig Date

UPPTCL UPPTCL

S/C S/C

1 1 2

MAR-12 MAR-12

KPTCL TANTRANSCO TANTRANSCO WBSETCL

D/C D/C D/C D/C

313 280 8 7

FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 FEB-12

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LILO of Asoj - Ukai at Kosamba Jhajjar -Dhanonda Jhajjar - Kabulpur Kabulpur-Deepalpur LILO of abdullapur-Bawana at deepalpur LILO of Panki - Muradnagar at Aligarh Total(400kV)(SS)

GETCO HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL UPPTCL

D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C

64 40 70 133 2 66 983

JAN-12 Feb-12 Feb-12 Feb-12 Feb-12 MAR-12

Name of Transmission Lines STATE SECTOR 220kV LILO of 2nd ckt of Fatuha- Khagaul at Sipara(New) Link line between Patna(PG) - Sipara(BSEB) Narendra 400kV S/S- Mahalingapur Kochin (East) - Marakkala line Marakkala - Brahmapuram line Kalpaka S/S - Ms. Brandix(Balance Part) Malakaram - Gunrock SS Maharani Bagh - Trauma Centre/AIIMS (UG cable) Ridge Valley - Trauma Centre/ AIIMS U/G of Maharani Bagh-Electric lane Ponda - Verna Xeldem LILO of Savarkundla - Mahva (otha) at Pipavav (GPPC) (line-2) LILO of Savarkundla - Mahva(otha) at Pipavav (GPPC) (line-1) LILO of Jetpur-Keshod line at Shapur Sankhar-Jangral line Tharad-Thavar line Wagra - RVNL line Phursungi-Jejuri Gurgaon Sector-72- Gurgaon Sector-20 Kirori-Samain line LILO of DCRTPP - Abdullapur at Rampur Kamboan LILO of Pali - Gurgaon Sector-52 A at Gurgaon Sector-56 LILO of Tepla - Madanpur at Raiwali LILO of both ckt Mayyar (PGCIL) - Isherwal at Sagwan Masudpur-Samain line Kashang - Bhaba (2nd Ckt) LILO Kishenpur-Pampore at Ramban Miran Sahib - Bishnah Udhampur- Gladni Maheshwar - Pithampur Malwa TPP - Chhegaon LILO of Satna (PGCIL) - Katni at Maihar Khaperkheda TPS - Khaperkheda (Existing) Beed-Patoda Chitegaon- Shendra Jalna-Chikhali Chincholi(PG) - South Solapur LILO of Chandrapur(GCR)-Chandrapur MIDC at Tadali LILO of Osmanabad - Barshi at Puanda and strining of second ckt. Phursungi-Jejuri
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BSEB BSEB KPTCL KSEB KSEB APTRANSCO APTRANSCO DTL DTL DTL ED- GOA GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO GETCO HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HPSEBL JKPDD JKPDD JKPDD MPPTCL MPPTCL MPPTCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL

D/C D/C D/C M/C M/C D/C DC UG cable D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C 2xD/C D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C D/C D/C

19 1 246 8 17 19 32 19 13 17 0 83 93 3 64 97 99 18 20 72 39 1 8 35 55 39 4 19 48 115 96 4 14 90 47 150 11 2 114 60

MAR-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 Feb-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12

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400 kV Kashipur S/S- 220 kV Mahuakheraganj Bottianwala-Masterwala line Kapurthala - 400 kV Jalandhar line Raj West-Dhorimanna 220 kV D/C line to connect the LILO of 220 kV S/C Heerapura - Khetri line (Second Ckt.) to LILO of one Ckt. of 220 kV D/C Neemrana - Kotputli line LILO of Bhiwadi - Alwar line at Kishangarh Khushkhera - Neemrana LILO of Khushkera - Neemrana at Neemrana(PG) LILO of Bassi(PG)-Kukas at KKD Kalisindh - Jhalawar LILO of Banswara - Debari at Aspur LILO of KTPS - Beawar at Bundi Padampur - Udyogvihar Bhiwadi (PGCIL) - Neemrana (Remaining Portion) Harduaganj - Jahangirabad Parichha - Banda Roja - Dohna Gajokhar-Jaunpur LILO of Allahabad (PG) - Phoolpur at Jhusi LILO of Khara - Saharanpur at Behat LILO of Mohannagar - Nara II Ckt at Jansath LILO of Moradabad - CB Ganj at Rampur LILO of Obra - Allahabad II Ckt at Mizrapur Parichha-Jhansi Sarnath (400) - Birapatti Sarnath-Gajokhar Total(220kV)(SS)

PTCUL PSTCL PSTCL RVPNL RVPNL

D/C D/C D/C S/C D/C

34 25 24 100 125

MAR-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12

RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL UPPTCL

S/C S/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C D/C S/C S/C on D/C S/C on D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C D/C S/C S/C on D/C

5 53 5 10 19 2 8 40 6 96 210 107 37 13 5 40 15 8 28 23 30 2959

MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12

TOTAL ALL INDIA(765kV) TOTAL ALL INDIA(400kV) TOTAL ALL INDIA(220kV) TOTAL ALL INDIA(765kV+400kV+220kV+HVDC)

1262 2981 3013 9236

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Name of Substations
HVDC BIPOLE Mundra-Mohindergarh HVDC Teminal Station Balia -Bhiwadi HVDC terminal Station -2nd Pole

Voltage Ratio
HVDC HVDC

Name of Utility
Adani

Capacity (MVA)
2500 1250

Anticipated commissioning Date


MAR-12 MAR-12

Total(HVDC)

3750

Name of Substations
CENTRAL SETOR Fatehpur Gaya Lucknow (2nd Trf) Sipat Total(765kV)(CS) 400kV S/S Panchkula Bhiwadi Manesar Bidadi (GIS) S/S Gaya Extn. Gurgaon GIS S/Stn. (2nd ICT) Lucknow Extn. Sikar Total(400kV)(CS)

Voltage Ratio
765/400 765/400 765/400 765/400

Name of Utility
PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

Capacity (MVA)
1500 1500 1500 1500 6000 630 315 1000 1000 815 315 500 315 4890

Anticipated commissioning Date


MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12

400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12

Name of Substations
STATE SECTOR(400kV) Kharagpur Deepalpur S/S Kabulpur S/S Dhanoda (Mohindergarh) Nuhiawali (2nd & 3rd Trf.) Nuhiyawali (1st Trf.) Dinod (Kosamba)(2nd Trf.) Nawada Total(400kV)(SS)

Voltage Ratio
400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220 400/220

Name of Utility
WBSETCL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL GETCO HVPNL

Capacity (MVA)
630 630 630 945 630 315 315 630 4725

Anticipated commissioning Date


MAR-12 FEB-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 MAR-12

Name of Substations
STATE SECTOR(220kV) Doraha Mehal Kalan Rehana Jattan Kotla Jagdan

Voltage Ratio
220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66

Name of Utility
PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL

Capacity (MVA)
100 100 100 100

Anticipated commissioning Date


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Heematpura(Add) Amritsar Dasuya Dhuri (3rd Trf.) Ferozepur Road Ludhiana Mandi Govindgarh Patran Bhutiya (Aug.) Chandrapura (Aug.) Sagapara(Aug.) Batta S/S (2 nd Trf.) Patoda Tadali Aurangabad Ring Main Balapur (2nd Trf.) Bidri ( 50 MVA) Trauma Centre/AIIMS (GIS) Deepalpur S/S Kabulpur S/S Batta S/S (1st Trf.) Nuhiyawali Nuna Majra (Aug.) Rohtak (Aug.) Magarpatta S/S Paranda Tuljapur S/S Balapur Bidri Mahuakhedaganj Amargarh Budgam Mirbazar Ramban(3x40) Gorakhpur II ( 2nd Trf.) Bongaigaon TPS (Aug.)S/S Aspur. S/S Bundi S/S Dechu Gajner Kishangarhbas S/s Nansurala

220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/66 220/33 220/33 220/33 220/33 220/33 220/33 220/33 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/132 220/11

PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL PSTCL GETCO GETCO GETCO HVPNL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL DTL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL HVPNL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL MSETCL PTCUL JKPDD JKPDD JKPDD JKPDD UPPTCL AEGCL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL RVPNL APTRANSCO

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 50 50 100 25 50 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 200 100 200 200 100 200 160 320 320 120 160 80 100 100 100 100 100 75

MAR-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 MAR-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 FEB-12 FEB-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 FEB-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 JAN-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 MAR-12 FEB-12 JAN-12

Total(220kV)(SS) Total(400kV)( ALL INDIA) Total(220kV)( ALL INDIA) Total ALL INDIA(HVDC+765kV+400kV+220kV)

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S. No. Name of the Project / Location 1. Parbati pooling station Amritsar 400 kV D/C line 137.213Ha, (HP) 2. Shifting of Anpara - Unnao 765 kV S/C trans. line from termination point at Anpara B to Anpara C switchyard 3. UPCL Nandikur - Hassan(Shantigram) 400 kV D/C line 4. BTPS-Hiriyur 400 kV Transmissionfkoldam Line 5. Koldam-Ludhiana 400 kV line (HP & Punjab) 6. 400 kV D/C Teesta-III-ManganKishenganj transmission line. 7. Rajgarh(PG)-Karamsad(GETCO) 8. Mundra-Vadavi, Mundra- Limbdi and Mundra-Jetpur 400KV D/C 44.344 Ha., (Gujarat) 9. Hindupur-Pulivendula 220 kV D/C line 10. 220 kV DC line from Nellore to Palamaneru 11. Pallatana-Bongaigaon 400 kV D/C line 12. Kameng-Balipara 400 kV D/C line 98.25 Ha, (Assam) Executing agencies PGCIL Brief history of issues with MOEF/State Government Proposals of Forest Clearance already forwarded by State Government to MoEF and pending with MoEF -do-

UPPCL

KPTCL KPTCL

-do-do-

PKTCL TVPTL RPTL PGCIL

-do-do-doProposals of Forest Clearance already forwarded by State Government to MoEF and pending with MoEF (Pending for Stage-II/Final approval after compliance of Stage-I conditions by the State Government) -do-do-doProposals of Forest Clearance already sent to MoEF but pending with State Government due to back reference by MoEF (Projects already submitted to MoEF and back referencing has been done by MoEF seeking additional details) -do-

APTRANSCO APTRANSCO NETCL PGCIL

13. Earth Electrode line for Biswanath Chariali Pooling Stn. & Earth Electrode Station at Thagiabari 58.55 Ha., (Assam) 14. Korba STPP- Birshinghpur 400 KV D/C line 157.481 Ha. (Chhattisgarh) 15. Biharsharif-Koderma 400kV D/C 13.007 Ha. (Bihar) 16. Mysore-Kozikode 400 kV D/C line 23.166 Ha (Karnataka) 17. Diversion of 0.8612 hectares of forest land at Mohindergarh (Haryana) 18. Rourkela-Raigarh 400 kV D/C line 111.39 Ha (Orissa) 19. Chamera-III pooling stn.-Jallandar400 kV D/C line 130.698 Ha, (HP) 20. Lower Subansiri -Biswanath Chariali400
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Name of the Project / Location kV D/C line I& II 74.32 Ha, (Arunachal Pradesh) 21. Kameng-Balipara400 kV D/C line 133.65 Ha, (Arunachal Pradesh) 22. Raipur Wardha 400 kV D/C Line 15.37 Ha. (Chhattisgarh) 23. Krishpatnam Gooty and Krishpatnam Kurnool 400KV D/C lines associated with Krishpatnam UMPP 42.067 Ha, (Andhra Pradesh) 24. 220KV D/C Dhanbad-Giridih line 25. 220 KV Mejia Gola Ramgarh Line 26. Raghunathpur-Ranchi 400 kV transmission line 27. Gola-Ranchi 220 kV D/C Line 28. Sampla- Mohana 220 kV D/C line (0.4919 Ha) 29. 220 kV Utran-Kosamba line-II 30. Malwa THP- Pithampur 400 kV line 31. Palamaneru-Chitoor220 kV D/C line 32. Mendhasal-Bidanasi 220 kV transmission line 33. Parbati-Koldam 400 kV trans. line (Himachal Pradesh) 34. Vapi-Navi Mumbai 400 kV D/C line, 272.1195 Ha (Maharashtra)

Executing agencies

Brief history of issues with MOEF/State Government

PGCIL PGCIL

-do-do-

PGCIL

-do-

DVC DVC DVC DVC HVPNL GETCO MPPTCL APTRANSCO OPTCL PKTCL PGCIL

-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-doProposals of Forest Clearance which have been submitted to State Government but not forwarded to MoEF Pending with state govt. for more than one year -do-

35. Baripada- Mendhasal 400 KV D/C line, (20.81 Ha of Revenue forest & 0.55 Ha in Wildlife sanctuary) (Orissa) 36. Koderma-Giridih 220 kV line Total forest area -86.085 Ha 70 no. locations involved 37. Jhalawar-Kalisindh Jhalawar220 kV D/Cline (4.4 ha.) 38. LILO of MadriUdaipur 220 kV line(2.10 Ha.) 39. Ranjit sagar Dam- Sarna(Ckt.IV) 200 kV Line 40. Loharinagpala-Koteshwaar 400 kV D/C line 41. 400 kV Satpura-Ashta line 2x235 km 42. 220 KV Wani-Warora Transmission Line 43. 220 KV Chandrapur MIDC to Ballarshah 44. 400 KV S/C Khaperkheda from exist loc. No. 6 of Koradi-Chandrapur line 45. 220 KV Jeur- Paranda D/C Line 46. 220 kV Trans. Line Lamboti (Solapur) Tuljapur D/C line 47. 220 kV Parli III-Nanded S/S

PGCIL

DVC

-do-

RRVPNL

-do-

RRVPNL PSTCL PTCUL MPPTCL MSTCL MSTCL MSTCL MSTCL MSTCL MSTCL

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Name of the Project / Location 48. 220 kV LILO on Tarapur Boriwali at Boisar 49. Boisar-Borivali 220 kV M/C line for greaterMumbai 50. 220 kV M/C line Kalwa-Borivali for greater Mumbai 51. 220 kV M/C line Kalwa-Kharghar for greater Mumbai 52. Removing earth and rock beneath 220 kV Sabarigiri-Theni feeder between location 50 and 51 to maintain statutory clearance 53. Mankulam HEP to Valara pooling station 220 kV line 54. Lohardagga-Latehar 220 kV D/C line 55. Latehar-Daltonganj 220 kV D/C Line 56. 400 kV D/C (Quad) Tiroda - Warora (MSETCL) 57. +/- 500 kV HVDC Mundra-Mahindergarh Tr. Line 58. LILO of Korba-Birsinghpur 400 kV D/C line at BALCO TPS 59. 400 kV quad D/C Bongaigaon(Assam)Siliguri(West Bengal) line 60. 400 kV quad D/C Biharshariff(Bihar)Purnea( Bihar) line

Executing agencies MSTCL MSTCL

Brief history of issues with MOEF/State Government -do-do-

MSTCL MSTCL KSEB

-do-do-do-

KSEB JSEB JSEB Adani Power Adani Power BALCO ENICL ENICL

-do-do-do-do-doProposals of Environment Clearance pending with the State Government Proposals of Environment Clearance pending/under process by the Project Authorities -do-

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Voltage Ratio (kV/kV)

Executing Agency

Capacity (MW/MVA)

Expeced date of completion

I. 500 kV HVDC(Sub-station) 1 Converter station at Balia & Bhiwadi (2x1250 MW) 2nd Pole 1250 Mar-2012

System Strengthening Schemes in NR:


Scheme 765KV System for Central Part of Northern Grid PART-I NRSSS-XIII Description Table no: NR-IS-01 LILO of both ckt of Mundka/Bawana Bamnouli D/c at Jhatikara (Q) Engg.& Survey in progress. Status

Table no: NR-IS-02 Gurgaon -Manesar(Q) 400kV D/C Agra-Gurgaon(Delinking AgraSamaypur-Gurgaon lines ) 400kV S/C Table no: NR-IS-03 LILO of Iind ckt. Of Nalagarh-Kaithal at Patiala 400kV D/C Table no: NR-IS-04 1. Manesar Neemrana 400kV D/C 2. Bhiwadi Neemrana 400kV D/C 3. LILO of Bhiwadi - Bassi at Kotputli 400kV D/C Table no: NR-IS-05 NRSSS - XVII Neemrana Sikar 400kV D/C Table no: NR-IS-06 NRSSS - XVIII Dehradun Bagpat 400kV D/C Completion matching with Bagpat & Deharadun S/Stn. (land yet to be handed-over). Severe ROW problem. Engg.& Survey in progress

NRSSS-XIV

Commissioned 8/11.

NRSSS - XV

WIP Stringing commenced from March '11. Engg. & Survey in progress

Completion matching with S/Stn. (land problem).

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Generation projects located in Himachal Pradesh: Generation Project Chamera III HEP (NHPC) ( 3x77 MW) Description Table no: NR-HP-01 1. Pooling Station near Chamera-III HEP - Jullandur line 400kV D/C 2. Chamera-III-Chamera pooling station near Chamera II HEP 3. GIS Pooling Station near Chamera-II HEP Table no: NR-HP-02 1. LILO of 400kV D/C Parbati -II Koldam/Nalagarh at Parbati Pooling Point Amritsar 2. LILO of 400kV D/C Parbati -II Parbati Pooling Point at Parbati -III 3. Parbati Pooling Point - Amritsar 400kV D/C Status Forest stage -II approval pending. Compl. Matching with Chamera Gen. Proj. commissioned 8/11. commissioned 8/11.

Parbati - III HEP (4x130 MW)

Forest approval pending (Clubbed with parbati-III - Amritsar line) Tower erection commenced. Forest case (HP portion) forward to MOEF N. Delhi in Jun'10. Case for delimetation of which is pending is H'ble Supreme Court. Matter highly critical as Gen. in expected in Dec'11. Under costruction by JV co. Commissioned 3/11. WIP

Karcham Wangtoo HEP (4x250 MW) Budhil HEP (LANCO Green) HP(2x35 MW) Malana II HEP (EPPL) (2x50 MW)

Table no: NR-HP-03 1. Karcham Wangtoo-Abdullapur 400kV D/C 2. Abdullapur Sonepat 400kV D/C Table no: NR-HP-04 Budhil- Chamera-III 220kV S/C

Table no: NR-HP-05 1. Malana II HEP - Chhaur 132kV D/C 2. LILO of Allain Duhangan Nalagarh at Chhaur 220kV D/C 3. 220/132kV Chhaur S/S

Stringing Completed. stringing completed. Ready for commissioning.

Generation projects located in Jammu & Kashmir: Generation Project Uri - II HEP (NHPC) 4x60 MW Description Table no: NR-JK-01 URI I - URI II 400kV S/C Status

URI II -Wagoora 400kV S/C

Line ready for charging. Readiness of bays being constructed by NHPC awaited for commissioning. Work seriously hampered due to law & order problem& frequent snowfall in last two months.

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Generation Project Chutak NHPC(4x11 MW) Nimoo Bazgo (NHPC) (3x15MW)

Description Table no: NR-JK-02 System available at 66 kV level. Table no: NR-JK-03 System available at 66 kV level.

Status

Generation projects located in Uttrakhand: Generation Project Koteshwar Description Table no: NR-UK-01 1. Koteshwar -Tehri Pooling Point D/C 2. LILO of Tehri - Meerut at Tehri Pooling Point (to be charged at 400 KV) Status

Ckt-1 Test charged on 23.02.11 & Ckt-II test charged on march '11. LILO of Ckt-I completed & test charged on 21.01.11 & Ckt-II test charged on 6/11.

Generation projects located in Delhi: Generation Description Project Pragati CCGT phIII (PPCL) Table no: NR-DL-01 Splitting of Existing 400kV Bawana Bus 400 kV Swichyard Bus to be extended to split Bus Table no: NR-DL-02 System at 66 kV( By NDPL)

Status

Work by DTL

Rithala CCPP (NDPL) (GT+ ST 108 MW)

Generation projects located in Haryana: Generation Description Project Jhajjar-I (Indira Gandhi) TPS (3x500 MW) NR-HR-01 1. Jhajjar-Daulatabad 400kV D/C 2. Jhajjar-Mundka (Delhi) 400kV D/C 3. Jhajjar (TPS) -Dhanonda 400kV D/C 4. Daultabad (3x315) 400/220 kV S/S

Status

ckt 1 commissioned. 2nd ckt commissioned Feb11 st nd 1 ckt commissioned 9/10& 2 ckt in 11/10 WIP. 1 & 2 Transformer test charged 11/10 and 3rd Transformer test charged 12/10 st nd 1 Trans.Commissioned 9/10 and 2 Trans.Commissioned 3/11. Ready for commissioning.
st nd

5. Mundka (2x315) 400/220 kV S/S 6. Mundka (2x160) 400/220 kV S/S Generation projects located in Rajasthan:

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Description Table no: NR-RJ-01 1. Rajwest- Jodhpur 400kV D/C 2. Raj West-Barmer 400kV D/C 3. Raj West-Dhorimanna 400kV D/C 4. LILO of Giral -Barmer ckt 1 at RAJ West LTPS D/C

Status

Commissioned 5/10 1 ckt Commissioned 5/10& 2nd ckt in 3/11 WIP Commissioned 8/08

Generation projects located in Uttar Pradesh: Generation Description Project Table no: NR-UP-01 Anpara ' C' (LANCO ANPARA PPL(2x600 MW ) 1. Extn.of 400 kV Bus from Anpara B to Anpara C 2. Shifting of 765kV Anpara B- Unnao termination point from Anpara B to Anpara C sw.yard 3. Upgrading of Unnao S/S 765 kV (6x333 MVA) 4. Anpara C 765/400 kV S/S Table no: NR-UP-02 Harduaganj TPS (UPRVUNL) (2x250 MW) Parichha TPS Extn. (UPRVUNL) 2x250 MW Harduaganj - Jahangirabad 220kV D/C

Status

Work completed 6/10 Detailed and Check survey completed.LOI issued on 02.02.10. FC awaited. WIP Work awarded to Ms Areva.Soil testing completed Existing system adequate for U-8 & U-9. Construction work started

Table no: NR-UP-03 1. Parichha - Orai 400 kV D/C 2. Orai - Mainpuri 400 kV D/C 3. Mainpuri (765 kV)- Mainpuri (PGCIL) 400 kV D/C 4. LILO of Agra- Agra (PGCIL) at Mainpuri 400 kV D/C 5. Parichha - Bhauti 6. Parichha - Banda Part I 220 kV S/C 7. Parichha - Banda Part II 220 kV S/C 8. Mainpuri 765/400 kV S/S 9. Orai 400/220 kV S/S Work in progress Work in progress Proposed under PPP mode

Commissioned Work in progress Completed. Proposed under PPP mode

System Strengthening Schemes in WR: Scheme Western Region Strengthening Scheme - II Description Table no: WR-IS-01 SET-A : For absorbing import in eastern and central part of WR Wardha (PG)Parli (PG) 400kV D/C Raipur(PG)Wardha(PG) 400kV D/C Status

Commissioned 7/11. Work affected due to ROW problem in line & delayed forest clearance.

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Description Bhadravati(PG)-Parli(PG) 400kV D/C 2nd S/C Seoni (PG)Wardha (PG) line (initially to be operated at 400kV) Parli (MSETCL) Parli (PG) 400kV D/C SETD: For Regional Strengthening in Northern Madhya Pradesh 1. Korba (NTPC) Birsinghpur (MPGENCO) 400kV D/C 2. Birsinghpur (MPGENCO) Damoh 400kV D/C Table no: WR-IS-02

Status Line charged in March'11. 2nd stage forest clearance awaited.

Line completed

Stage-I forest clearence Delayed. Line completed & commissioned

Western Region Strengthening Scheme - X Western Region Strengthening Scheme - XI

LILO of 765kV Sipat - Seoni line at WR Pooling station Near Sipat Table no: WR-IS-03 LILO of 765kV Sipat - Seoni (2nd Ckt) at WR Pooling station Near Sipat

Award placed in Dec'10

Award placed in Dec'10

Generation projects located in Gujarat: Generation Description Project Hazira TPP (GSECL) 351 MW Pipavav CCPP (GSECL) (2x351 MW) Block 1 - 12/11 Block 23/12 Table no: WR-GJ-01 Hazaira (GSEC)- Kosamba D/C Hazaira (GSEC)- Motaline D/C Table no: WR-GJ-02 1. LILO of 220kV Savarkundla Mahva (Otha) at Pipavav (GPPC) (line-1) 2. LILO of 220kV Savarkundla Mahva (Otha) at Pipavav (GPPC) (line-2) 3. Pipavav Dhokadva 220kV D/C Table no: WR-GJ-03 1. LILO of 400 kV Asoj- Ukai at Kosamba D/C Table no: WR-GJ-04 1. Mundra(Adani) -Zerda 400kV line 2 2. Mundra(Adani) Zerda 400kV line 1 Table no: WR-GJ-05 Mundra TPP Ph.III 3x 660 MW(Adani Power), 1. Mundra (Adani )-Mohindergarh HVDC 2. Mohindergarh HVDC Mohindergarh HVPNL (Dhanonda) 400kV 3. Mohindergarh HVDC Bhiwani

Status

WIP WIP WIP

WIP

WIP ROW problem.WIP

Ukai Extn. (GSECL) 490 MW Mundra TPP Ph.II (Adani Power), (2x660 MW)

WIP WIP

Stringing completed/ Testing of terminals in progress WIP

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Description 400kV 4. Dhanonda- Daultabad (Quad) 400kV

Status

5. LILO of Dhanonda-Daultabad at Manesar400kV 6. Dhanoda(Mohindergarh) 400/220kV Table no: WR-GJ-06 Ultra Mega Mundra TPP (Tata Power) 1. Mundra - Limbdi 400kV D/C 2. Mundra - Bachchau 400kV D/C 3. Bachchau - Ranchodpura 400kV D/C 4. Mundra Jetpur 400kV D/C 5. LILO of Halvad-Morbi I at Bhachau 220kV 6. LILO of Halvad-Morbi II at Bhachau 220kV

Route approved. Supply of material line angle tower & hardware fittings & delay in arrangement of tensioner / puller are issues of concern. 0 Work in progress. FC stage-II awaited. Severe ROW problem near Mundra. Commissioned 8/11. WIP WIP WIP

Generation projects located in Maharashtra: Generation Description Project Table no: WR-MH-01 Bhusaval TPP 1. New Bhusaval - Aurangabad (MSPGCL) 2x500 400kV D/C MW 2. Bhusaval - II - Aurangabad 400kV D/C 3. Bhusaval - II - existing Khadka 400kV D/C 4. Bhusaval - II - Amalner 220kV D/C 5. 400/220 kV new Bhusaval S/S existing 400 kV Khadka D/C on M/C 6. Bhusaval II 400/220 kV S/S Table no: WR-MH-02 1. Khaperkheda TPS - Koradi 400kV S/C 2. LILO of Koradi- Chandrapura at Khaperkheda TPS 400kV D/C 3. Khaperkheda TPS - Khaperkheda (Existing) 220kV 2xD/C Table no: WR-MH-03 1. Jaigad - New Koyna 400kV D/C 2. Jaigad - Karad 400kV D/C Table no: WR-MH-04 1. Tiroda TPP- Warora 400kV D/C 2. Warora-Wardha 400kV D/C

Status

Stringing Completed. Stringing completed. Commissioned 4/10 ROW problems. Cultivators are opposing strongly. ROW at several locations. Court cuse at locations No-6 & 8. 1st 500 MVA Commissioned 8/11. Major ROW Problem at loc.1. case filed in appellate tribunal delhi. FC pending. Commissioned 11/09 Railway crossing clearence pending at Loc-11. ckt 1 commissioned 7/10 & ckt 2 commissioned 8/10. WIP FC pending

Khaperkheda TPS (MSPGCL) (1x500MW)

JSW Energy ( Ratanagiri Ltd) , 4x300 MW Tiroda TPP Ph-I (Adani Power),

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Description 3. Warora 400/220 kV S/S

Status Civil Work is in progress.

Generation projects located in Madhya Pradesh: Generation Description Project Table no: WR-MP-01 Maheshwar HEP 1. Maheshwar - Nimrani 220kV D/C (10x40 MW) 2. Maheshwar - Pithampur 220kV D/C 3. Maheshwar - Rajgarh 220kV D/C

Status

Commissioned 5/10 WIP. Final forest clearence obtained. Commissiong matching with line Work deferred

System Strengthening Schemes in SR: Scheme SRSSS -IX Description Table no: SR-IS-01 Mysore - Hassan Table no: SR-IS-02 LILO of both ckt of Neelmangla Somanahalli at Bidadi Table no: SR-IS-03 LILO of both ckt of Udumalpet Madakathara at Chulliar Commissioned 6/11. Status

SRSSS -X

Stringing commenced

SRSSS -XI

WIP

Generation projects located in Andhra Pradesh: Generation Description Project Table no: SR-AP-01 Simhadri TPS StLILO of 400 kV D/C Gazuwaka II (NTPC) Vemagiri at Simhadri St II TPS D/C (2x500 MW) Table no: SR-AP-02 Nagarjuna Sagar Rentachintala 220/132kV S/S TR HEP(2x25 LILO of VTS -Tallapally 132kV D/C MW) line- Rentachintala Rentachintala -Macherla S/S132kV Rentachintala -Nagarjuna Sagar Plant 132kV Table no: SR-AP-03 PriyadarshaniJurala HEP-Veltoor 220kV D/C Jurala HEP(6x39 MW) Table no: SR-AP-04 Kakatiya Bhoopalapally -Warangal 400kV D/C (Bhoopalapally ) Bhoopalapally -Gajwel 400kV D/C TPS 500MW Table no: SR-AP-05

Status

commissioned 7/11.

Commissioned 11/08 Commissioned 11/08 WIP WIP

Commissioned

Commissioned 2/10 Purchase order issued on 20.08.10. Check survey under progress.

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Description Kothagundam TPS - Khammam 400kV D/C

Status Commissioned 3/11

Generation projects located in Karnataka: Generation Description Project Table no: SR-KA-01 Udupi TPS (UPCL) 1. UTPSHassan(Shantigrama) , Karnataka 400kV D/C (2x507.5 MW)

Status

Bellary TPP U2500 MW

2. UTPS-Nandikur - Khemar 220kV (partly on Multi-ckt Multi-Voltage towers & partly on D/C towers) Table no: SR-KA-02 LILO of RTPS-Guttur at BTPS 400kV D/C 1. BTPS-Hirriyur 400kV D/C

WIP.ROW& Court case. Forest(172.53hec.) & railway clearance (6loc.) required, Stage I clearance recd. CA charges deposited. Commissioned 10/09. (For start up power)

Commissioned WIP

Generation projects located in Tamil Nadu: Generation Description Status Project Table no: SR-TN-01 Vallur TPS JV 1. Vallur JV Project-NCTPS St.II Permission from salt commissioner (NTPC - TNEB JV 400kV D/C for routing the line and railway ) 2x500 crossing clearence required. MW 2. LILO of Alamathy - Sriperumbadur Commissioned 7/11. at North Chennai TPS Sw. Yd. Supplementary trans.system associated with Vallur TPS 1. Vallur TPS- Alamathy 400kV D/C 2. Tiruvalam(PG) - Chitoor 400kV D/C Award placed in Mar'11. Engg. in progress. Award placed in Mar'11. Engg. In progress

Neyveli TPS II Extn (NLC) ( 2x 250 MW )

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Table no: SR-TN-02 Neyveli TS -II Pugalur 400kV S/C Pugalur-Madurai 400kV D/C Udumalpet-Arasur 400kV D/C LILO of Neyveli-Sriperumbudur 400kV S/C at Pondicherry D/C LILO of Ramagundam-Khammam 400kV S/C at Warrangal D/C Neyveli TS-II Extn-Neyveli TS-II 400kV 2xS/C Pugalur 400/230 kV S/S Warangal S/S 400/230 kV Arasur S/S 400/230 kV Puducherry S/S 400/230 kV

Commissioned 8/09 Commissioned 3/09 Commissioned 7/10 Commissioned 10/10 Commissioned 7/09 Commissioned 9/09 Commissioned 3/09 ICT-I & II Commissioned 7/09 Commissioned 7/10 Commissioned 10/10

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Generation Project Kudankulam Atomic PP(2x1000 MW)

Description Table no: SR-TN-03 1. Kudankulam-Tirunelveli 400kV D/C Quad 1st 2. Kudankulam-Tirunelveli 400kV D/C Quad 2nd 3. Tirunelveli-Udumalpet 400kV D/C 4. Tirunelveli-Edamon 400kV M/C 5. Edamon-Muvattupuzha 400kV D/C Quad 6. Muvattupuzha-North Trichur 400kV D/C Quad 7. LILO of Madurai-Trivandrum 400kV D/C at Tirunelveli 2 x D/C 8. Tirunelveli 400/220kV S/S (2x315) 9. Udumalpet (PG) Ext. 10. Muvattupuzha 400/220kV S/S (2x315) 11. Trivandrum 400/220kV (1x315) Table no: SR-TN-04 1. NCTPS St.II- Alamathy 400kV M/C 2. Alamathy - Sunguvarchatram 400kV M/C 3. LILO of 230kV NCTPS- Mosur at NCTPS Stage II (for startup power) Table no: SR-TN-05 Evacuation at 110 kV level.

Status

Stringing completed. Commissioning delayed due to delay in Gen. Project commissioning

Completion uncertain due to severe ROW problem Sever ROW problem being faced. Commissioned ICT-I Commissioned 4/08, ICT- II commissioned 11/08 Commissioned ICT I Ready for commissioning.& II erected. *Completion matching with line. Commissioned ROW at 10 loc .Court case ROW at 25 loc. Court case. Commissioned 11/10

North Chennai TPS. (TNEB) ,2x600 MW

Bhawani Kattalai Barrage II 2x15 MW Mettur TPS Stage III (600 MW)

Table no: SR-TN-06 1. MTPS St.III - Arasur 400kV D/C 2. MTPS St.III - Singarpet 400kV 3. LILO of 230kV MTPS -Malco at MTPS Stage III 4. 230kV MTPS Stage III Pallakkapalayam line

WIP Tender to be floated. MTPS Stage III - Malco S/C line energised 2/11 Stringing completed.

System Strengthening Schemes in ER: Scheme Description Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-I Table no: ER-IS-01 i) Durgapur-Jamshedpur 400kV D/C line

Status ECL is not allowing construction on the diverted route, diverted to allow setting up of Andal Airport. Matter taken up with Ministry of Coal at MOP level.

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Description ii) Durgapur-Jamshedpur Part line for LILO at Andal(for start up power to Durgapur STPS400kV D/C line Jamshedpur - Baripada 400kV D/C line Baripada - Mendhasal 400kV D/C line

Status Commissioned 1/11

Severe ROW problem being faced in Jharkhand. . Critical. Severe ROW problem being faced in Orissa and also forest clearance is getting delayed by State Govt. Proposal recently forwarded to RMOEF. Severe ROW problem being faced due to very high compensatation demand including for corridore. CRITICAL Matter taken-up with Distt. Admn. Work in progress Line test charged on 30.9.10 Line shall be completed matching with Fatehpur S/stn. Completion. Award placed in March'11.

Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-II

Table no: ER-IS-02 Durgapur - Maithon 400kV D/C line

Transmission System for Start up Power to DVC and Maithon Right Bank Gen. Project

Table no: ER-IS-03 1. Koderma-Biharshariff (Quad) 400kV D/C 2. Maithon RB - Maithon (PG) 400kV D/C 3. LILO of 220KV D/C Fatehpur (UPPCL) - Kanpur (UPPCL) line at Fatehpur 4. LILO of 220KV D/C Dehri Bodhgaya line at Gaya

Generation projects located in West Bengal: Generation Description Project Table no: ER-WB-01 Teesta Low Dam Teesta LD IV New Jalpaiguri IV (NHPC) WB (package-I) 220kV D/C+ S/C (72.5+21 (4x 40 MW) km) Table no: ER-WB-02 Teesta Low Dam Teesta LD III-New Jalpaiguri (package III II) 220kV S/C (4x 33 MW) Table no: ER-WB-03 Mejia TPS (DVC) 1. Mejia TPS- Maithon(PG) 400kV D/C 2x500 MW

Status

Forest clearance obtained. Severe ROW problem at 18 locations in plains & at many locations in hills. Forest clearance obtained.Severe ROW problem is being faced at 18 locations in plains. Problem being faced due to severe ROW problem (high compensatation demand). Problem continues even after court decision. Critical. (i)Commissioned 2/10 (ii)Evacuation facility available for U I ECL is not allowing construction on the diverted route, diverted to allow setting up of Andal Airport. Matter taken up with Ministry of Coal at MOP level.

Durgapur TPS (DVC) 2x500 MW

2. LILO of Maithon - Jhamshedpur at Mejia400kV D/C Table no: ER-WB-04 1. Durgapur-Jamshedpur 400kV D/C

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Description 2. LILO of Durgapur(PG) - Jamsedpur (PG) at Durgapur TPS 400kV D/C 3. Durgapur TPS - Raghunathpur 400kV D/C Table no: ER-WB-05 LILO of Mithon(PG) - Ranchi (PG) at Raghunathpur TPS 400kV D/C Raghunathpur TPS - Ranchi (PG) 400kV D/C

Status Commissioned 1/11. ROW problem at 10 locations. Pile foundations for 2 towers at Damodar river. Ready for commissioning 3/11.

Raghunathpur TPS (DVC) (2x600 MW)

40 no. locations are under forest area.1st stage forest clearance (61.352 Ha) obtained for Jharkhand portion. 9 no. railway crossing involved. Clearance for 7 no. crossing obtained from Ranchi Division of SE railway. ROW problem in 6 no. locations.Matter is being pursued. Forest clearance problem for 16.618 Hectares. Commissioned Commissioned

Santaldih TPP (WBPDCL) U 5,6 (2x250 MW )

Table no: ER-WB-06 Santaldih - Bishnupur 220kV D/C LILO of Santaldih-Durgapur (I Ckt) at Asansol 220kV D/C LILO of STPS-Arambagh 220kV D/C at Bishnupur

Generation projects located in Sikkim: Generation Description Project Teesta Stage III (6x200 MW) Table no: ER-SK-01 Teesta III- Mangan- Kishenganj (Dalkhola) 400kV D/C

Status

Detailed survey completed. Sikkim portion stage 1 FC obtained. Evacuation from U1 will be done by learance y connection with Teesta V evacuation system.2nd stage FC pending. Matching with generation. PTCC clearance not obtained

Chujachen HEP (Gati ), Sikkim

Table no: ER-SK-02 LILO of Melli Gantok at Chuzachen D/C (LILO point at Namthang)

Generation projects located in Jharkhand : Generation Description Project Table no: ER-JR-01 Koderma TPS 1. Koderma - Biharsarriff 400kV D/C (DVC) 2x500 MW 2. Koderma -Gaya 400kV D/C

Status

Commissioned 5/11. . * Completion likely to be delayed due to involvement of Multi-ckt (being awarded seperately). Contigency

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Status arrangement being made to connect Maithon -Gaya with Koderma-Gaya, by-passing multi-ckt portion, to from Maithon-Koderma line (i)Both Ckt commissioned on 24 Aug. 2010. (ii) Startup power now available Line test charged on 30.9.10 Commissioning matching with the project (2nd unit)

3. LILO of 132kV Barhi - Koderma at Koderma S/S D/C Table no: ER-JR-02 1. Maithon RBTPS - Maithon (PG) 400kV D/C 2. Maithon RBTPS - Ranchi (PG) 400kV D/C

Maithon RBTPS (JV of DVC& Tata) (2x 525 MW)

Generation projects located in Meghalaya: Generation Description Status Project Table no: NER-MG-01 Leshka Myntdu - I Leshka Myntu-Khliehriat 132kV D/C Charged at 33 kV HEP (MeSEB) (2x42 +1x42 MW ) Generation projects located in Assam: Generation Description Project Table no: NER-AS-01 BongaigaonTPS 1. BTPS (NTPC) Bongaigaon 400kV (Salakati) 2x250 S/C MW (NTPC) 2. BTPS (NTPC) Bongaigaon 220kV S/C 3. BTPS (NTPC) Rangia 220kV S/C 4. BTPS -Kokrajhar- Gauripur 132kV S/C Inter-Regional Transmission Schemes: Generation Description Project East-West Trans. 1 Ranchi-Rourkela 400kV D/C Corridor 2 Rourkela Raigarh 400kV D/C Strengthening 3 Raigarh - Raipur 400kV D/C

Status

Foundation completed Existing line WIP WIP

Status Commissioned 11/10 Test Charged 6/11 & commissioned 6/11. Commissioned 9/10

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XII PLAN TRANSMISSION PROGRAMME

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EVOLVING TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR THE XII PLAN

7.1.1 Identification of transmission expansion requirement for a Plan period is done based on power system studies corresponding to the generation expansion programme and forecasted demand scenario expected at the end of that Plan. Transmission alternatives are identified after the detailed studies based on which the specific schemes are evolved, and re-evolved taking into account the changes in the generation programme from time to time and subsequently discussed and firmed up. The implementation programme is subsequently worked out keeping in view identification of projects, schemes and transmission elements that should be implemented matching with programme of generation capacity addition and load growth on yearly basis during the Plan. Timely development of transmission network requires firmingup of the specific transmission schemes corresponding to specific generation projects, which particularly in respect of inter-state transmission system, need to be done 3 to 5 years ahead of the target date of completion. 7.1.2 Meeting this requirement, most of the 12th Plan schemes have already been identified, discussed in the Regional Standing Committees on Power System Planning, finalized, scheme formulated and process of implementation initiated. Of the identified schemes, many are under construction, particularly those which are required to be completed in first half of the 12th Plan.

7.2

INTER-REGIONAL TRANSMISSION CAPACITY PROGRAMME

7.2.1 Inter-regional transmission capacity of National Grid gives an indication of strength of bond between regional grids. Inter-regional transmission capacity of all-India grid at the end of 10th Plan was 14050 MW. During 11th Plan 11800 MW capacity is expected to be added, out of which inter-regional links of 9700 MW capacity have already been completed (including the Barh-Balia 400kV D/C quad line of 1600 MW, which has been completed but is yet to be commissioned), and the remaining link of 2100 MW capacity i.e. Gaya Balia 765kV S/C line is expected to be completed by March 2012. The BursurLower Sileru HVDC monopole, which was included upto 10th Plan in the list of I-R capacity, is currently not in operation; as such this link of 200 MW between WR and SR would not be available by the end of 11th Plan. Thus, the

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Inter-regional transmission capacity of all-India grid at the end of 11th Plan would be 25650 MW. 7.2.2 During 12th Plan period a number of inter regional transmission links either associated with generation projects or as system strengthening schemes have been planned. These links would be implemented depending upon progress of associated generating stations. Considering the 80 GW generation addition scenario for 12th Plan over and above 62 GW target for 11th Plan, the inter-regional transmission links of about 40000 MW may be added during 12th Plan/ early 13th Plan period. Thus inter-regional transmission capacity at the end of 12th Plan/early 13th Plan is expected to be of the order of 65000 MW. Details are given in the following Table.
Name of System Existing Likely as on addition (all figures are in MW) Dec. 2011 in XI Plan 1000 130 2000 500 3630 2000 130 1600 1600 1600 2100 1000 0 Expected Plan for at the XII Plan end of XI Plan 1000 130 2000 500 3630 2000 130 1600 1600 1600 2100 1000 0 Expected at end of XII Plan

ER SR : Gazuwaka HVDC back to back Balimela-Upper Sileru 220kV S/C Talcher-Kolar HVDC Bipole Upgradation of TalcherKolar HVDC bipole ER-SR total ER NR : Muzaffarpur - Gorakhpur 400kV D/C (Quad Moose) with TCSC Dehri-Sahupuri 220kV S/C Patna-Balia 400kV D/C quad Biharshariff-Balia 400kV D/C quad Barh-Balia 400kV D/C quad # GayaBalia 765kV S/C (LILOed at Varanasi in 12th Plan) Sasaram-Allahabad/Varanasi 400kV D/C line (Sasaram HVDC back to back has been bypassed) Gaya-Varanasi 765kV S/C Sasaram-Fatehpur 765kV S/C line#1 Barh-Gorakhpur 400kV D/C quad Sasaram-Fatehpur 765kV S/C line#2 ER-NR total 2000 130 1600 1600 1600 2100 1000 1000 130 2000 500 3630

2100 2100 1600 2100 7930 2100 10030 7900

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Existing Likely as on addition (all figures are in MW) Dec. 2011 in XI Plan 1000 400 390 1200 1400

Expected Plan for at the XII Plan end of XI Plan 1000 400 390 1200 1400

Expected at end of XII Plan

ER - WR : Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C TCSC on Rourkela-Raipur 400kV D/C Budhipara-Korba220kV D/C+S/C Ranchi-Sipat 400kV D/C (40% SC) Ranchi-Rourkela-Raigarh-Raipur 400kV D/C with fixed series capacitor, TCSC in parallel line Ranchi WR(Bilaspur)Sipat Pooling Point 765kV S/C via Dharamjaigarh during 12th plan Ranchi- Dharamjaigarh 765kV S/C Jharsuguda -Dharamjaigarh-765kV D/C ER-WR total ER - NER : Birpara -Salakati 220kV D/C Malda-Bongaigaon 400kV D/C Bongaigaon-Siliguri 400kV D/C Quad to be LILOed at Alipurduar in 12th/13th plan ER-NER total NR - WR : Vindhyachal HVDC back to back Auria-Malanpur 220kV D/C Kota-Ujjain 220kV D/C Agra-Gwalior 765kV S/C line-1 at 765 kV(earlier at 400kV) Agra-Gwalior 765kV S/C line-2 at 765kV(earlier at 400kV) Kankroli-Zerda 400kV D/C Gwalior-Jaipur 765kV S/C#1 Gwalior-Jaipur 765kV S/C#2 RAPP C&D- Shujalpur 400kV D/C Champa-Kurukshetra +/-800kV 6000MW HVDC bipole line, Ph.-I NR-WR total 500 260 260 1100 1100 1000 500 260 260 1100 1100 1000 2100 2100 1000 3000 4220 0 4220 10200 1000 1000 500 260 260 2100 2100 1000 2100 2100 1000 3000 14420 260 1000 260 1000 1600 260 1000 1600 1000 400 390 1200 1400

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2100

2100 4200 4390 0 4390 8400

2100 4200 12790

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Existing Likely as on addition (all figures are in MW) Dec. 2011 in XI Plan 1000 200 260 260 (-200)

Expected Plan for at the XII Plan end of XI Plan 1000 -260 260 2200

Expected at end of XII Plan

WR-SR : Chandrapur HVDC back to back Bursur L. Sileru 200kV HVDC mono pole @ Kolhapur-Belgaum 220kV D/C Ponda Nagajhari 220kV D/C Narendra (GIS) Kolhapur (new) 765kV D/C line (initially charged at 400 kV) Raichur-Sholapur 765kVS/C #1 Raichur-Sholapur 765kV S/C #2 WR-SR total NER/ER-NR/WR : Bishwanath Chariyali Agra +800 kV, 3000 MW HVDC bipole. LILO of + 800kV Bishwanath Chariyali Agra HVDC Bipole at new pooling station in Alipurduar and addition of second 3000 MW HVDC NER/ER-NR/WR total TOTAL ALL INDIA (220kV & above) 132kV/110kV Inter-Regional links (not to be included in 12th Plan) $ 3000 3000 3000 3000 1720 (-200) 1520 1000 -260 260 2200

2100 2100 6400

2100 2100 7920

0 23150 600

0 1900 0

0 25050 600

6000 40500 (-600)

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1900

25650

39900

65550

@ - 200 MW HVDC Monopole is currently not in operation. $ - 132/110kV lines are operated in radial mode from time to time. (not to be included for 12th plan period) # - Barh-Balia line has been completed but is yet to be commissioned.

7.2.3 A summary of growth of I-R transmission capacity, between various regions, is given below:

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I-R Transmission Existing at Expected at Capacity between end of the end of Regions X Plan XI Plan ER-SR 3130 3630 ER-NR 3430 10030 ER-WR 1790 4390 ER-NER 1260 1260 NR-WR 2120 4220 WR-SR 1720 1520 NER/ER-NR/WR 0 0 132/110kV radial links 600 600 TOTAL ALL INDIA 14050 25650

(all figures are in MW) Addition Expected at during end of XII Plan XII Plan 0 3630 7900 17930 8400 12790 1600 2860 10200 14420 6400 7920 6000 6000 (-600) 0 39900 65550

Inter-Regional T ransmisison Capacity, M W 70000

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E -NE R R E -WR R E -NR R WR R -S NR-WR E R-NE R E R-WR E R-NR E R-S R E -S R R E -S R R E -NR R

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7.2.4 Transmission capacity of inter-regional links and transfer capability between two regions The summation of the transmission capacities of inter-Regional links is a figurative representation of the bonds between the regions. These aggregate numbers do not indicate actual power transfer capability across different regions/States. The power transfer capability between any two points in a grid depends upon a number of variable factors, such as - load flow pattern, voltage stability, angular stability, loop flows and line loading of weakest link in the grid. For instance, present aggregate inter-regional transmission capacity of Northern Region is 9320 MW (6330 MW with ER and 2990 MW with WR), whereas, simultaneous transfer import capability of NR may work out to about 5000 - 6000 MW depending upon operational conditions. The system operator has to assess the transfer capability between two points of the grid from time to time and restrict the power flow accordingly.

7.3

IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM DURING 12TH PLAN It may be noted that transmission schemes for the projects identified for 12th Plan have been mostly planned, firmed up in the Standing Committees for Power System Planning and the transmission agreements (BPTA) have been signed with the CTU as the nodal agency for Long Term Transmission Access to ISTS prior to the cut-off date of 5th January 2011. As such most of the ISTS schemes would be implemented by POWERGRID as central sector schemes. In addition Dedicated Transmission Lines from the inter-State Generating Stations would mostly be built by the generation developers as private sector lines. Some schemes, under the direction of the Empowered Committee for developing ISTS through competitive bidding have been identified and are in the various stages of implementation. These would materialize during 12th Plan period. Further, barring a few exceptions, new transmission schemes required for system strengthening, drawl of power by the states and for power evacuation to be identified in future would be implemented through competitive bidding process as far as possible. POWERGRID would also participate in the competitive bidding. Similarly in the State sector also it is likely that majority of the schemes during 12th Plan period would be implemented by the STUs.

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TRANSMISSION SCHEMES PLANNED FOR XII PLAN PERIOD

7.4.1 Coordinated planning process CEA, in coordination with Central Transmission Utility, State Transmission Utilities and Regional Power Committees have planned transmission systems

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required for (i) evacuation of power from various generation projects which are in the horizon, and (ii) transmission systems required for strengthening of regional and inter-regional transmission networks, that are required for 12th Plan or early 13th Plan periods. Details of all such planned transmission schemes for evacuation of power and strengthening of grids are given in the following sections. Most of these schemes have been firmed up; however, these also include some schemes which are yet to be firmed up depending upon progress of associated generation project. Thes schemes mainly cover the 400kV and above transmission system. 7.4.2 Long Term Access (LTA) Process As part of the coordinated planning process, transmission addition requirements for grant of LTA in ISTS are also planned. The LTA to interState transmission system is governed by the regulations of the Central Regulatory Commission. The Central Transmission Utility (CTU) is the nodal agency for providing Long Term Access (LTA) which typically involves transmission addition through transmission planning process. Based on application by a generator for Long Term Access, the transmission system is planned for evacuation of power from generating stations. As grant of Long Term Access generally involves strengthening of ISTS which is identified through transmission planning, some basic inputs required are - (i) generation plant capacity, (ii) its location, (iii) time frame of materialization and (iv) beneficiaries to whom the power shall be delivered. However, in the present circumstances, none of these inputs is available with certainty. Under such a situation, it is prudent that transmission planners follow some innovative strategies to ensure fulfilment of broad objectives ensuring that - (i) transmission development takes place to cater to the transmission requirement, (ii) bottling up of the power is avoided, (iii) mismatch of generation and transmission system is avoided, (iv) congestion if observed in some part of grid should be removed at the earliest etc. In view of this, it becomes a challenge to evolve optimal transmission system and once the plan is in place it is equally challenging to plan its implementation so as to avoid mismatch between development of generation project and transmission system. 7.4.3 Transmission Congestion Generally there is no congestion for transfer of power under LTA where beneficiaries have also been specified at the time of application for LTA. However, for short-term/medium term transfers of power, congestion can occur. The distribution utilities, as self-dispatched entities, do seasonal trading to meet their seasonal demand or sell their seasonal surplus, balancing the demand with supply and meeting contingency requirement. In India, the pattern of short term trading is erratic and depends on many extraneous factors particularly availability of funds with deficit DISCOMS etc. Sometimes 7.7

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a State may suddenly decide to reduce load shedding and resort to heavy short term purchase through trading. In such a situation, the drawal has to be restricted to the margins available in the existing transmission capacity. It is not possible to plan transmission system for catering to such a situation/eventuality. The congestions are generally there in all developed electricity markets in the world. 7.4.4 Flexible planning A few of these transmission schemes, particularly those required for generation projects coming up towards the last years of the 12th Plan and having common transmission system, could be altered depending upon progress of generation capacity linking to a common pooling point. 7.4.5 Schemes for Intra-State generating stations Transmission systems for some of the 12th Plan generation capacities under the State sector (or private sector but giving benefit to only home State) have also been tentatively considered for integrated system planning process, however, these transmission schemes are required to be planned and firmed up by the respective State Transmission Utilities. These are relatively small capacity generating stations for which evacuation is at 220kV or below voltage level. 7.4.6 The system strengthening schemes of STUs The system strengthening schemes of STUs for development of State transmission network and for delivery of power from ISTS grid points uo to DISCOM level, which mainly is at 220kV and below voltage level, are required to be planned by respective STU. It is expected that each STU would complete this exercise well in advance for benefit during XII Plan and also inform CEA in time so that such transmission addtions are simulated for future transmission planning studies. Information about some of the States is already know and has been included in the following sections. 7.4.7 Details of transmission schemes Following sections give region/State-wise list of transmission schemes planned or under planning process that would benefit during 12th / early 13th Plan. Details of transmission elements covered under each scheme are given in Annex7.1 - Annex-7.6. Northern Region Transmission Scheme details Western Region Transmission Scheme details Southern Region Transmission Scheme details Annex 7.1 Annex 7.2 Annex 7.3

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7.5.1 System Strengthening Schemes planned in Northern Region


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 System Strengthening Scheme 765kV system for Central Part of Northern GridPart-I 765kV system for Central Part of Northern GridPart-II 765kV system for Central Part of Northern GridPart-III NR System Strengthening Scheme-XIII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XIV NR System Strengthening Scheme-XV NR System Strengthening Scheme-XVI NR System Strengthening Scheme-XVII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XVIII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XIX NR System Strengthening Scheme-XX NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXI NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXIII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXIV NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXV NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXVI NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXVII NR System Strengthening Scheme-XXVIII NR Bus Reactor Schemes Transmission System in Table no. NR-IS-01 NR-IS-02 NR-IS-03 NR-IS-04 NR-IS-05 NR-IS-06 NR-IS-07 NR-IS-08 NR-IS-09 NR-IS-10 NR-IS-11 NR-IS-12 NR-IS-13 NR-IS-14 NR-IS-15 NR-IS-16 NR-IS-17 NR-IS-18 NR-IS-19 NR-IS-20

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Generation projects located in Himachal Pradesh:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Project Parbati-II Rampur Koldam Tidong-I Sorang UHL III Kashang I Sawara Kuddu Kutehr Kunihar(Andhra+Nogli +Micro) Sainj I/C, MW 800 412 800 100 100 100 65 110 260 196 100 Sector Central Central Central Private Private State State State Private State State Transmission System in Table no. NR-HP-01 NR-HP-02 NR-HP-03 NR-HP-04 NR-HP-05 NR-HP-06 NR-HP-07 NR-HP-08 NR-HP-09 NR-HP-10 NR-HP-11

Generation projects located in Punjab:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 Project Nabha - Rajpura TPS Talwandi Sabo Govindwal Saheb I/C, MW 1320 1980 540 Sector Private Private Private Transmission System in Table no. NR-PB-01 NR-PB-02 NR-PB-03

Generation projects located in Haryana:


Sl. No. 1 Project Jhajjar ( Matanhail) Case II I/C, MW 1320 Sector Private Transmission System in Table no. NR-HR-01

Generation projects located in Delhi:


Sl. No. Project NIL I/C, MW Sector Transmission System in Table no.

Generation projects located in Rajasthan:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 Project RAPP D Ramgarh-II Chhabra TPSSt-2 Kalisindh I/C, MW 1400 160 500 1200 Sector Central State State State Transmission System in Table no. NR-RJ-01 NR-RJ-02 NR-RJ-03 NR-RJ-04

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Central

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Generation projects located in Uttarakhand:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Project Tapovan Vishnugarh Singoli Bhatwari Phata Byong Srinagar Dhauli Ganga + Rupsiyabagar Khasiyabara Kotlibhel St-1A & B, Kotlibhel St-II Tehri-II Lata Tapovan Pala Maneri I/C, MW 520 99 76 330 260 Sector Central Private Private Private Central Transmission System in Table no. NR-UK-01 NR-UK-02 NR-UK-03 NR-UK-04 NR-UK-05

6 7 8 9

1045 1000 171 480

Central Central Central State

NR-UK-06 NR-UK-07 NR-UK-08 NR-UK-09

Generation projects located in Uttar Pradesh:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Project RihandIII(U-5&6) Bajaj-Utrala Bajaj-Barkhera Bajaj-Kundarki Bajaj-Khambarkheda Bajaj-Maqsoodpur Bara Meja Karchana Rosa St II Anpara D I/C, MW 1000 90 90 90 90 90 1980 1320 1320 600 1000 Sector Central Private Private Private Private Private Private Central Private Private State Transmission System in Table no. NR-UP-01 NR-UP-02 NR-UP-02 NR-UP-02 NR-UP-02 NR-UP-02 NR-UP-03 NR-UP-03 NR-UP-03 NR-UP-04 NR-UP-05

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7.6.1 System Strengthening Schemes planned in Western Region:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 System Strengthening Scheme Establishment of 400/220kV S/s in UT DNH Establishment of 400/220kV S/s in UT Daman Split Bus arrangement and reconfiguration/shifting of terminating lines at Raipur 400kV S/s Transmission System in Table no. WR-IS-01 WR-IS-02 WR-IS-03

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Sl. No. 1. Project KAPP Extn U3,4,(1400MW)(Central sector) UMPP Mundra I/C,MW 1400 Sector Central Transmission System in Table no. WR-GJ-01

2.

4000

IPP

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Adani Power -Mundra phase 1, 2, 3 Pipavav TPS - Videocon Essar -Saliya Power Surat Lignite + Ext Dhuvarn EXT. Bhavnagar Sikka Rep.Ext.

1320 1200 1200 250 360 300 500

IPP IPP IPP IPP State State State

WR-GJ-02 WR-GJ-03 WR-GJ-11 WR-GJ-04 WR-GJ-05 WR-GJ-06 WR-GJ-07 WR-GJ-08 WR-GJ-09 WR-GJ-10

Generation projects located in Madhya Pradesh:


Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Project Vindhyachal IV UMPP Sasan Bina Power Mahan - Essar Power Nigri TPP - Jaiprakash Power Moserbear Power (Phase 1) SatpuraEXT Malwa (MP + Guj JV) I/C,MW 1000 3960 500 1200 1320 1200 500 1200 Sector Central IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP State State Transmission System in Table no. WR-MP-01 WR-MP-02 WR-GJ-11 WR-MP-03 WR-CG-16 WR-MP-04 WR-MP-05 WR-CG-16 WR-MP-06 WR-CG-16 WR-MP-07 WR-MP-07

Generation projects located in Maharashtra:


Sl. No. 1. 2 3 4 5 Project Mauda U- 1&2 Tiroda -Adani Ph I,U 1,2,3 Tiroda -Adani Ph-II, U1,2 India Bull -Nasik India Bull- NandangaonpetAmravati I/C, MW 1000 1320 1320 1350 1350 Sector Central IPP IPP IPP IPP Transmission System in Table no. WR-MH-01 WR-MH-02 WR-MH-02 WR-MH-03 WR-MH-04

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Project Bela TPP- Ideal Power Dhariwal Infrastructure EMCO_Maharshtra New Parli TPP U1,2,3 Parli + Replacement Koradi - II ChandrapurTPS-II Uran Ext Dhopave

I/C, MW 540 600 600 250 250 1980 1000 1040 1600

Sector IPP IPP IPP State State State State IPP State

Transmission System in Table no. WR-MH-05 WR-MH-06 WR-MH-07 WR-MH-08 WR-MH-09 WR-MH-10 WR-MH-11 WR-MH-12 WR-MH-13

Generation projects located in Chattisgarh:


Sl. No. 1 2 Project Sipat - II & St.-I RKM Powergen Pvt ltd I/C,MW 1980 1440 Sector Central IPP Transmission System in Table no. WR-CG-01 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-02 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-03 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-04 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-04 WR-CG-07 to WR-CG-15 WR-CG-04 WR-CG-07 to

SKS Power ltd

1200

IPP

D B Power

1200

IPP

Athena Chhattisgarh Power Ltd. Aryan Coal & Power

1200

IPP

300

IPP

Avantha Bhandar TPP

600

IPP

GMR Chhattigarh

1370

IPP

Vandana Vidyut

540

IPP

10

Lanco Amarkantak U-3 & 4

1320

IPP

11

BALCO

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IPP

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I/C,MW

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KSK (Akltara) Mahanadi power Aryan Coal Benefications Pvt. Ltd. Dheeru Powergen and PTC India Raigarh Ph III U1-4 (Jindal Power) TRN Energy

3600

IPP

13

1200

IPP

14

1050

IPP

15

1200

IPP

16

1100

IPP

17 18

MARWA CSEB Korba (W) St-II(U3&4) + StIII

1000 500

State State

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SOUTHERN REGION TRANSMISSION SCHEMES

7.7.1 System Strengthening Schemes planned in Southern Region:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 System Strengthening Scheme System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XII System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XIII System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XIV System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XV System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XVI System Strengthening Schemes in SR-XVII Transmission System in Table no. SR-IS-01 SR-IS-02 SR-IS-03 SR-IS-04 SR-IS-05 SR-IS-06

7.7.2 Evacuation Schemes of Generation Projects in Southern Region Generation projects located in Andhra Pradesh:
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. Project Simhapuri Coastal-KPTNM Meenakshi Energy ST-I + II Thermal Powertech Corp I/C, MW 570 900 1980 Sector IPP IPP IPP Transmission System in Table no. SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02 SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02 SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02

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Project Krishnapatnam Navyuga Kineta Power Ultra Mega Krishnapatnam East Coast GMR Rajmundry Spectrum-Vemagiri-Gas Reliance-Vemagiri-Gas GVK-Gautmi-VemagiriGas GVK-Jegrupadu-VemagiriGas Hinduja Vizag Lanco Kondapally St-III Rayalseema St -III (U-6) Pulichintala Lower Jurala U1-6 Krishnapatnam (1600) Kakatiya TPP I +II

I/C, MW 1320 1980 3960 1320 768 1400 2400 800 800 1040 740 600 120 240 1600 600

Sector IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP IPP State State State State State

Transmission System in Table no. SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02 SR-AP-01 SR-AP-02 SR-AP-03 SR-AP-04 SR-AP-05 SR-AP-06 SR-AP-07 SR-AP-08 SR-AP-07 SR-AP-08 SR-AP-07 SR-AP-08 SR-AP-07 SR-AP-08 SR-AP-07 SR-AP-08 SR-AP-09 SR-AP-10 SR-AP-11 SR-AP-12 SR-AP-13 SR-AP-14 SR-AP-15

Generation projects located in Karnataka:


Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Project Torangallu U 3 Gundia HEP Bellary DGPP +TPP U1,U2, U3 Yermarus TPP (1600) Edlapur I/C, MW 300 400 600 1600 800 Sector IPP State State State State Transmission System in Table no. SR-KA-01 SR-KA-02 SR-KA-03 SR-KA-04 SR-KA-04

Generation projects located in Kerala:


Sl. No. 1. 2. Project Thottiar Pallivasal I/C, MW 40 60 Sector State State Transmission System in Table no. SR-KE-01 SR-KE-02

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Generation projects located in Tamilnadu:


Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Project Vallur(Ennore )JV Tuticorin JV-NLC WIND Coastal EnergenTutikorin Ind Barath-Tutikorin NSL-Nagapatnam PPN Power Generating Company Mettur ext. U-1 + U2 Udanguddi JV Nayveli TPS III TN UMPP Ennore EXT I/C, MW 500 1000 650 1200 1320 1320 1080 600 1600 500 1320 500 Sector Central Central Central IPP IPP IPP IPP State State Central IPP State Transmission System in Table no. SR-TN-01 SR-TN-02 SR-TN-03 SR-TN-04 SR-TN-05 SR-TN-04 SR-TN-05 SR-TN-06 SR-TN-07 SR-TN-06 SR-TN-07 SR-TN-08 SR-TN-09 SR-TN-10 SR-TN-09 SR-TN-10

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7.8.1 System Strengthening Schemes planned in Eastern Region:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 System Strengthening Scheme Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-III Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-IV Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-V Transmission System in Table no. ER-IS-01 ER-IS-02 ER-IS-03

7.8.2 Evacuation Schemes of Generation Projects in Eastern Region Generation projects located in Bihar:
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Project Barh II U 1,2 Barh I U1,2,3 Nabi Nagar JV (Rly+NTPC) New Nabi Nagar JV (Bihar+NTPC) Muzzafarpur ext JV (390) I/C, MW 1320 1980 1000 1980 390 Sector Central Central Central Central Central Transmission System in Table no. ER-BR-01 ER-JH-06 ER-BR-02 ER-BR-03 ER-JH-06 ER-BR-04 ER-BR-05

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Generation projects located in Jharkhand:


Sl. No. 1 2 Project Bokaro Expansion Adhunik Power Jh. I/C, MW 500 540 Sector Central Private Transmission System in Table no. ER-JH-01 ER-JH-02 ER-JH-03 ER-JH-04 ER-JH-02 ER-JH-03 ER-JH-04 ER-JH-02 ER-JH-03 ER-JH-04 ER-JH-02 ER-JH-03 ER-JH-04 ER-JH-05 ER-JH-06

Corporate (Phase-I)

540

Private

Corporate (Phase-II)

540

Private

Essar Power /Tori TPS Tilaiya UMPP

1200

Private

4000

Private

Generation projects located in Orissa:


Sl. No. 1 Project Sterlite TPP U 1&2, 3&4 Malibrahmani TPP/Monet Power Kamlanga TPP GMR I/C, MW 2400 Sector Private Transmission System in Table no. ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05 ER-OR-01, ER-OR-02 ER-OR-03, ER-OR-04 ER-OR-05

1050

Private

1050

Private

Malaxmi Nav Bharat

1050

Private

Ind Barath Orissa

700

Private

Jindal India Thermal

1200

Private

Lanco Babandh

2640

Private

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Generation projects located in Sikkim:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Project Teesta III HEP Teesta-VI Rangit-IV Bhasmey Jorethang Loop Rongnichu Dikchu Panan Ting Ting Tashiding I/C, MW 1200 500 120 51 96 96 96 300 99 97 Sector Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Transmission System in Table no. ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-01, ER-SM-02 ER-SM-03 ER-SM-04, ER-SM-05 ER-SM-06 ER-SM-04, ER-SM-05 ER-SM-06 ER-SM-04, ER-SM-05 ER-SM-06 ER-SM-04, ER-SM-05 ER-SM-06

Generation projects located in West Bengal:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Project Farakka-III Raghunathpur Durgapur Mejia-Ph-II Transmission system for Pooling Station in ER and transfer of power to NR/WR from projects in Bhutan CESC Haldia Sagardighi-I & II Durgapur DPL New(U-8) I/C, MW 500 1000 1000 1000 Sector Central Central Central Central Central Transmission System in Table no. ER-WB-01 ER-WB-02 ER-WB-04 ER-WB-02 ER-WB-04 ER-WB-03 ER-WB-04 ER-WB-05

6 7 8

600 600 250

Private State State

ER-WB-06 ER-WB-07 ER-WB-08

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7.8.3 Eastern Region State Grid Strengthening Schemes of STUs:


Sl. No. 1 System Strengthening Scheme System Strengthening Scheme in West Bengal Transmission System in Table no. ER-SS-WB

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7.9.1 System Strengthening Schemes planned in North-Eastern Region:


Sl. No. 1 System Strengthening Scheme Strengthening of Transmission in NER Phase-II Transmission System in Table no. NER-IS-01

7.9.2 Evacuation Schemes of Generation Projects in North-Eastern Region Generation projects located in Arunachal Pradesh :
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 Project Pare Dikrong HEP Kameng Lower Subansiri RHO Khuitam Demwe Lower Tawang-I Tawang-II I/C, MW 110 600 2000 30 33 341 600 800 Sector Central Central Central Private Private Private Central Central Transmission System in Table no. NER-ArP-01 NER-ArP-02 NER-ArP-04 NER-ArP-03 NER-ArP-04 NER-ArP-05 NER-ArP-06 NER-ArP-07 NER-ArP-08 NER-ArP-09

Generation projects located in Assam:


Sl. No. 1 2 Project Bongaigaon TPP Namrup+Ext I/C, MW 250 100 Sector Central State Transmission System in Table no. NER-AS-01 NER-AS-02

Generation projects located in Meghalaya:


Sl. No. 1 Project New Umtru I/C, MW 40 Sector State Transmission System in Table no. NER-ML-01

Generation projects located in Mizoram:


Sl. No. 1 Project Bairabi dam I/C, MW 80 Sector State Transmission System in Table no. NER-MZ-01

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Generation projects located in Tripura:


Sl. No. 1 2 Project Pallatana Monarchak Gas project I/C, MW 726 105 Sector Central Central Transmission System in Table no. NER-AS-01(above) NER-TR-02

7.9.3 North-Eastern Region State Grid Strengthening Schemes of STUs:


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 System Strengthening Scheme System Strengthening Scheme in Arunachal Pradesh System Strengthening Scheme in Assam System Strengthening Scheme in Manipur System Strengthening Scheme in Mizoram System Strengthening Scheme in Tripura Transmission System in Table no. NER-SS-ArP NER-SS-AS NER-SS-MR NER-SS-MZ NER-SS-TR

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Sl. No. 1 2 3 Project Phunatsangchu St-I Phunatsangchu St-II Manhdhechu I/C, MW 1200 990 720 Sector Transmission System in Table no. BH-01 BH-02 BH-03

7.11 765kV TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS PLANNED FOR 12TH PLAN/ EARLY 13TH PLAN 7.11.1 The 765kV system would play increasing role in development of National Grid and its ability to efficiently deliver bulk power from clusters of generation projects that are envisaged in coastal and pit-head areas. During 11th Plan, a number of 765kV lines and substations have been added and a few more are under-construction. The trend of increasing 765kV system in the grid is going to continue in the 12th Plan as well. A number of new 765kV lines and substations have been planned for evacuation bulk power in the range of 3000 6000 MW to longer distances. Their actual realization would depend upon progress of associated generation projects. Growth of 765kV system in India,
since end of X Plan, is depicted below:

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Transmission Lines (ckm):


765 kV 1%
765 kV 2%

400 kV 39%

400 kV 44%

765 kV 9%

220 kV 60%

220 kV 54%

220 kV 48%

400 kV 43%

Substations (MVA):
765 kV 0% 400 kV 37%

765 kV 2% 400 kV 38%

765 kV 25% 220 kV 46%

220 kV 63%

220 kV 60%

400 kV 29%

X Plan

XI Plan (expected)

XII Plan (as Planned)

7.11.2 The 765kV transmission systems that have been planned and are expected to be implemented during 12th Plan or early 13th Plan period are given in the following region-wise Tables. Some of these 765 kV substations would initially be operated at 400 kV. Their 765 kV operation would depend upon progress of associated generation projects. 7.11.3 Northern Region - 765kV Transmission system:
765kV Transmission lines with Northern Region (values in ckm) Anpara-Unnao Shifting of Unnao-AnparaB to AnparaC Kishenpur-Moga L-1(W) Kishenpur-Moga L-2(E) Tehri-Meerut Line-1 Tehri-Meerut Line-2 LILO of Tehri-Meerut Line-1 at Tehri Pooling Point

Type S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C 2xS/C

At the end of X Plan 409

Expected at end of XI Plan 409 2

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 409 2 275 287 186 184 8

275 287 186 184

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765kV Transmission lines with Northern Region (values in ckm) LILO of Tehri-Meerut Line-2 at Tehri Pooling Point Fatehpur-Agra Balia-Lucknow Balia-Lucknow(2nd Ckt) Lucknow-Bareilly Lucknow-Bareilly(2nd Ckt) Bareilly-Meerut Agra-Meerut Agra-Jhatikra Jhatikra-Bhiwani Bhiwani-Moga Meerut-Bhiwani Meerut-Moga Jaipur Bhiwani 765kV Jaipur Bhiwani 765kV (2nd ckt) Varanasi Kanpur Kanpur Jhatikra Orai Bulandshahar Sonipat. Bara-Mainpuri Mainpuri G. Noida Unnao - Mainpuri Mainpuri Hapur LILO of Agra - Meerut at G. NOIDA Hapur G.Noida Fatehpur-Agra (with Sasan) 765kV Substations in Northern Region

Type 2xS/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C D/C S/C S/C 2XS/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C

At the end of X Plan

Expected at end of XI Plan 13

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 13 330 320 250 250 270 200 260 240 80 275 260 260 250 260 331 480 525 700 270 175 250 20 50 340 Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 2000 3000 3000 1500 3000 3000 3000

330 320 250 250 270 200 260 240 80 275 260 260 250 260 331 480 525 700 270 175 250 20 50 340 Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 2000 3000 3000 1500 1500 1500

At the end of X (values in MVA) Plan Unnao Agra Meerut Meerut(Augmentation) Lucknow Fatehpur Balia

Expected at end of XI Plan

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At the end of X (values in MVA) Plan Bareilly Tehri Kishenpur Moga Bara(Switchyard) Bhiwani Jhatikalan Varanasi Kanpur Orai Jaipur Bulandshahr Hapur Sonepat Mainpuri G Noida

Expected at end of XI Plan

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 3000 4500 3000 3000 3000 2000 6000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 2000 3000

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 3000 4500 3000 3000 3000 2000 6000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 2000 3000

7.11.4 Western Region - 765kV Transmission system:


765kV Transmission lines with Western Region (values in ckm) Gwalior-Agra Line-1 Gwalior-Agra Line-2 Gwalior-Bina Line-1 Gwalior-Bina Line-2 Gwalior-Bina Line-3 Gwalior- Jaipur 2xS/C Rihand-III - Vindhyachal Jabalapur - Orai LILO of Satna Wardha at Orai Sipat-Seoni Line-1 Sipat-Seoni Line-2 Seoni-Bina Seoni-Wardha Line-1 Seoni-Wardha Line-2 Vindhyachal Pool-Satna Satna-Gwalior Vindhyachal Pool-Sasan Planned for XII / early XIII Plan Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 128 128 235 233 230 600 64 350 60 351 354 293 269 261 237 360 40

Type S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C 2xS/C D/C S/C 2xS/C S/C S/C S/C S/C S/C 2xS/C 2xS/C S/C

At the end of X Plan 128 235

Expected at end of XI Plan 128 128 235 233

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765kV Transmission lines with Western Region (values in ckm)

Type Sasan-Satna-Line-I S/C Sasan-SatnaLine-II S/C Satna-Bina Line-I S/C Satna-Bina-Line-II S/C Bina-Indore S/C Wardha Jabalpur Pooling D/C station Raigarh(Kotra)- Champa S/C Raigarh (Kotra)D/C Raigarh(Tamnar) Raipur-Wardha 2XD/C Wardha-Aurangabad 2XD/C Aurangabad-Padghe D/C Raigarh PS.(Kotra)Raipur D/C PS Champa PS RaipurPS D/C Champa PS S/C Dharamjaigarh Indore Vadodara 765kV S/C S/C Dharamjaigarh / near Korba D/C Jabalapur Pool Jabalpur Pooling Station D/C Bina Bina Gwalior (3rd circuit) S/C Jabalapur Pooling station S/C Bhopal Bhopal Indore S/C Sholapur Pune S/C Aurangabad- Dhule (IPTC) S/C Dhule (IPTC) Vadodara S/C (PG) Tiroda (Gondia) Koradi III 2xS/C Koradi III Akola-II 2xS/C Akola-II Aurangabad (PG) 2xS/C Aurangabad-II-Auragabad D/C Sholapur-Pune D/C LILO of Sipat Seioni(2nd S/C Ckt) at WR Pooling Point

At the end of X Plan

Expected at end of XI Plan

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 257 260 276 303 700 90 40 1480 1420 260 250 178 50 310 986 530 281 324 196 265 148 351 120 282 210 60 265

274

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 257 260 274 276 303 700 90 40 1480 1420 260 250 178 50 310 986 530 281 324 196 265 148 351 120 282 210 60 265 18

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At the end of X (values in MVA) Plan Seoni Sipat Gwalior Bina Wardha Satna-(765kV Augmentation) Indore Vindhyachal Pooling Stn Jabalapur Pool Sholapur Pune Aurangabad (PG) Aurangabad - II Padghe (PG) Vadodara WR Pooling Station- Bilaspur Raipur Pooling Station Raigarh (Kotra) Pooling St. Raigarh(Tamnar) Pooling St Dharamjaigarh Champa Pooling St Dhule (IPTC) Bhopal Pooling Station Tiroda Koradi Akola

Expected at end of XI Plan 4500 1500

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan

3000 2000 4500 2000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 4500 1500 6000 4500 4500 9000 3000 3000 1500 3000 1500

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 4500 1500 3000 2000 4500 2000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 4500 1500 6000 4500 4500 9000 3000 3000 1500 3000 1500

7.11.5 Southern Region - 765kV Transmission system:


765kV Transmission lines with Southern Region (values in ckm) Tiruvalam Kurnool Nellore Pooling Station Kurnool Kurnool Raichur Kurnool-Raichur(2 ckt) Vemagiri Pooling Station Khammam
nd

Type S/C D/C S/C S/C 2XD/C

At the end of X Plan

Expected at end of XI Plan

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 342 600 116 126 852

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 342 600 116 126 852

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Type 2XD/C D/C S/C D/C S/C

At the end of X Plan

Expected at end of XI Plan

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 772 738 221 534 230

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 772 738 221 534 230

D/C D/C D/C

680 800 500 Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 6000 3000 3000

680 800 500 Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 6000 3000 3000

At the end of X (values in MVA) Plan Raichur Nellore Kurnool

Expected at end of XI Plan

Tuticorin pooling point Tiruvalam Salem Madhugiri Nagapattinam Pooling Station Srikakulam Vemagiri(New Pooling Station) Khammam(New Pooling Station Hyderabad(New Pooling Station

7.11.6 Eastern Region - 765kV Transmission system:


765kV Transmission lines with Eastern Region (values in ckm) Type Gaya-Sasaram S/C Angul PS Jharsuguda PS 2xS/C Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 180 424 Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 180 424

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765kV Transmission lines with Eastern Region (values in ckm) Type Angul PS Jharsuguda PS D/C Tilaiya - Gaya S/C Gaya- Balia S/C Tilaiya-Balia (on ckt to be D/C LILOed at Gaya) D/c line Ranchi Bilaspur(WR P.S.) S/C LILO of Ranchi D/C Bilaspur(WR P.S.) at Dharamjaigarh Ranchi Dharamjaigarh D/C Dharamjaigarh D/C Jharsuguda 765kV Substations in Eastern Region

At the end of X Plan

Expected at end of XI Plan

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 430 67 300 398 80

228

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 430 67 228 300 398 80

360 152

360 152

At the end of X (values in MVA) Plan Sasaram Ranchi Gaya Gaya(Augmentation) Angul Angul(augmentation) Jharsuguda

Expected at end of XI Plan

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Planned for XII / early XIII Plan 3000 3000 3000 1500 6000 1500 3000

Expected at end of XII / early XIII Plan 3000 3000 4500 1500 6000 1500 3000

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HVDC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS PLANNED FOR 12TH PLAN/ EARLY 13TH PLAN

7.12.1 During 11th Plan, Balia-Bhiwadi 2500 MW HVDC Bipole and upgradation of Talcher-Kolar Bipole by 500 MW has been completed. Another HVDC bipole as Dedicated Transmission line, i.e. Mundra-Mohindergarh 2500 MW is being constructed under private sector by Adani group. This line is expected to be completed within 11th Plan period. Three more HVDC systems have been planned for completion during 12th Plan or early 13th Plan. These are Biswanath Chariyali Alipurduar - Agra (6000 MW), Champa-Kurukshetra Phase-I (3000 MW) and Raigarh-Dhule (4000 MW). Growth of HVDC system,
both in terms of MW capacity of HVDC terminals as well as length of HVDC bipoles is depicted below:

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30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 End of X Plan

HVDC Bipoles (ckm) HVDC Terminal Capacity (MW)

End of XI Plan (expected)

End of XII Plan (as planned)

Thus, at the end of 12th Plan/early 13th Plan, it is expected that there would be four HVDC back-to-back and nine HVDC Bipole systems in the National Grid.

7.12.2 During Details of HVDC system in India and its plan are given in the following Tables:
HVDC Transmission Lines Existing and Planned (values in ckm) HVDC Bipole Line: Chandrapur-Padghe Rihand-Dadri Talcher-Kolar Balia-Bhiwadi Biswanath ChariyaliAgra Champa Kurukshetra Raigarh(Kotra)-Dhule LILO of Bishwanath Agra at Alipurduar Mundra Mohindergarh TOTAL
500kV 500kV 500kV 500kV 800kV 800kV 600kV 800kV 500kV Expected Expected Voltage level, kV

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At the end of X Plan 1504 1634 2734

Planned at end at end for XII / of XII / of XI early XIII early XIII Plan Plan Plan 1504 1634 2734 1580 3600 3700 2000 140 1980 1504 1634 2734 1580 3600 3700 2000 140 1980 9440 18872

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HVDC Terminals Capacity (bipole / back-to-back) Existing and Planned (values in MW) Chandrapur-Padghe Rihand-Dadri Talcher-Kolar Balia-Bhiwadi Biswanath-Agra Champa Kurukshetra Raigarh(Kotra)-Dulhe LILO of Bishwanath Agra at Alipurduar Mundra Mohindergarh Sub-total (bipole) Type bipole bipole bipole bipole bipole bipole bipole bipole bipole
Agency

At the end of X Plan 1500 1500 2000

Expecte d at end of XI Plan 1500 1500 2500 2500

Planned for XII / early XIII Plan

Expecte d at end of XII / early XIII Plan 1500 1500 2500 2500

MSEB PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL Adani

3000 3000 4000 3000 2500 5000 10500 13000

3000 3000 4000 3000 2500 23500

Vindhyachal Chandrapur Gazuwaka Sasaram Sub-total (b-to-b) TOTAL HVDC Terminal Capacity

b-to-b b-to-b b-to-b b-to-b

PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL PGCIL

500 1000 1000 500 3000

500 1000 1000 500 3000 0

500 1000 1000 500 3000

8000

13500

13000

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USE OF HIGHER LEVELS OF VOLTAGE FOR TRANSMISSION IN NATIONAL GRID

7.13.1 Use of higher voltage levels results in reducing requirement of right-ofway(RoW) as MW per metre of RoW increases with increase in transmission voltage level. Use of higher voltage levels also results in reducing transmission losses as current in the transmission lines decreases with increase in voltage level. Higher voltage also helps in containing short-circuit levels at lower voltage substations. Indicative figures for various voltage levels are tabulated below:

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132 kV 27 80 3

220 kV 35 170 5

400 kV 46 700 15

765 kV 64 3000 45

1200 kV 90 8000 90

7.13.2 1200kV Transmission system In order to increase the power density of the corridor, development of 1200kV AC system as next higher AC voltage level has been decided. As a planning initiative, considering need of higher capacity transmission corridor between Aurangabad and Wardha, the Aurangabad - Wardha 400 kV Quad D/C line which is part of the transmission system for evacuation of power from Mundra UMPP has been planned and designed in such a way that this line would be converted into a 1200kV S/C line at a later date. As, the 1200kV AC technology is relatively a new one in the world, therefore, to develop this technology indigenously, POWERGRID along with Indian manufacturers is establishing a 1200kV UHVAC Test Station at Bina in the State of M.P). In this test station, a 1200kV test line (S/c+D/c) is being constructed along with two 1200kV test bays in which the leading manufacturers are providing main equipment like transformers, surge arresters, circuit breakers, CTs, CVTs and transmission line hardware etc. POWERGRID shall provide space, civil foundation, 1200kV line, control & protection system, various testing equipment, auxiliaries & fire protection system, 1200kV bushing etc. These test bays and test line shall be used by the manufacturers and transmission utilities for various field tests so that the results and feedback can be used for developing field proven equipment of 1200kV system in India as well as gain initial operational experience.

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TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR ULTRA MEGA POWER PROJECTS(UMPP)

7.14.1 Multi-Regional UMPPs Beneficiaries of power from Ultra Mega Power Projects, each of about 4000 MW capacity, are various States spread over different regions in the country. UMPPs, essentially being multi-regional large capacity projects, their transmission system also spans in more than one region and has contributed to growth of National Grid. Till date transmission systems for five UMPPs have been planned. These are - (1) Mundra UMPP in Gujarat, (2) Sasan UMPP in Madhya Pradesh, (3) Krishnapattnam UMPP in Andhra Pradesh, (4)

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Tilaiya UMPP in Jharkhand, and (5) Cheyyur UMPP in Tamil Nadu. Details of beneficiaries along with their allocations are as given under: Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Beneficiary State Delhi U. P. Uttaranchal Punjab Rajasthan Haryana M.P. Chhattisgarh Gujarat Maharashtra Karnataka Tamil Nadu Kerala Andhra Pradesh Orissa Jharkhand Bihar TOTAL Sasan (MP) 450 500 100 600 400 450 1500 4000 Mundra (Guj.) 500 400 400 1900 800 4000 Krishna patnam (AP) 800 800 800 1600 4000 Tilaiya (Jhar.) 150 650 450 250 200 200 300 300 1000 500 4000 Cheyyu r (TN) 300 200 400 800 1600 300 400 4000

7.14.2 Transmission systems planned for above UMPPs and their status The Mundra UMPP : The Mundra UMPP is likely to come in 2012-14. The transmission system is being commissioned in phased manner matching with commissioning of the generation Units. Detail of transmission system is given in the Tables (WR-GJ-02, WR-GJ-03, & WR-GJ-11). The Sasan UMPP: The Sasan UMPP is likely to come in 2012-14. The transmission system is being commissioned in phased manner matching with commissioning of the generation Units. Detail of transmission system is given in the Tables (WR-MP-02, & WR-GJ-11). The Tilaiya UMPP: The transmission system would be matched with commissioning of the generation Units. Detail of transmission system is given in the Tables (ER-JH-05, & ER-JH-06). The Krishnapatnam UMPP: The work on Krishnapatnam UMPP has been suspended by the developer. Due to delay in the generation project, the

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transmission scheme has been delinked and re-configured. Some elements of the planned transmission system are being taken up ahead of the generation project. Detail of planned transmission system is given in the Tables (SR-AP03, & SR-AP-04). Cheyyur UMPP: The bidding process for selection of developer for the Cheyyur UMPP in Tamil Nadu is yet to start. The transmission system, though planned would be firmed up in due course. Detail of transmission system is given in the Tables (SR-TN-09). Future projects Orissa UMPP and Chhatisgarh UMPP: These projects are yet to take-off as bidding process has not been initiated. Tentative transmission systems have been identified for these projects, however, these are not included in this document.

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EVOLUTION OF HIGH CAPACITY POWER TRANSMISSION CORRIDORS Most of the generation projects, for which additional system strengthening has been identified under LTA process, are mainly located in the States of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. While processing these applications readiness of generation projects in terms of above parameters was examined in association with the beneficiaries of concerned regions. For the generation projects having no firm beneficiaries, transmission system requirement has been worked out on the basis of target beneficiaries/regions. Based on the information furnished by the applicants, group of generation projects who have made progress on ground were prioritized and considered for grant of Long Term Access. For this, system strengthening has been identified which includes 11 nos. High Capacity Power Transmission Corridors catering to about 58,000 MW generation capacity and also comprises of latest technologies like 765kV AC / 800kV HVDC. The High Capacity Power Transmission Corridors includes: (I) (II) (III) (IV) (V) (VI) (VII) Transmission System Associated with Phase-I Generation Projects in Orissa Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Jharkhand Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Sikkim Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Bilaspur complex, Chhattisgarh & IPPs in Madhya Pradesh Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Chhattisgarh Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Krishnapatnam Area, Andhra Pradesh Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Tuticorin Area,

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Tamil Nadu (VIII) (IX) (X) (XI) Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Srikakulam Area, Andhra Pradesh Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Southern Region for transfer of power to other regions Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Vemagiri area in SR for power transfer of other regions Transmission System Associated with IPP projects in Nagapattinam / Cuddalore area in SR for power transfer of other regions

The above transmission corridors would be commissioned progressively matching with commissioning of IPP generation projects. Transmission system elements constituting the above corridors are covered under various transmission schemes detailed under sections 7.5 - 7.8 in this chapter.

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TRANSMISSION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR 12TH PLAN PERIOD During 12th Plan period, a total of about 109000 circuit kilometers (ckm) of transmission lines, 270000 MVA of AC transformation capacity and 13000 MW of HVDC systems are estimated to be added. Highlights of this transmission expansion are addition of three new HVDC Bipole systems of 13000 MW capacity and quantum jump in 765kV transmission systems. During 12th Plan about 27000 ckm of 765kV lines and 149000 MVA transformation capacity addition is expected. This huge increase in the 765kV system is due to a number of pooling and de-pooling 765/400kV stations that have been planned to evacuate power from cluster of generation projects mainly in pit-head and coastal areas and transfer their power through long distance transmission lines up to load centers in the country. In addition to above, 400kV lines of 38000 ckm, 220kV lines of 35000 ckm and transformation capacity of 45000 MVA and 76000 MVA, respectively is estimated to be added during 12th Plan period. The estimates of 220kV systems are approximate and based on previous trends, which would be firmed up after STUs work out their 12th Plan transmission proggrammes. Following Tables give development of the transmission system in India in 11th Plan period and expected to be added during 12th Plan period. These estimates are considering the 80 GW generation addition scenario for 12th Plan over and above 62 GW capacity addition target for 11th Plan:

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Transmission Lines
Transmission Lines (both AC and HVDC) expected by 11th Plan and 12th Plan At the end (values in ckm) of 10th Plan HVDC Bipole lines 765 kV 400 kV 220 kV Total Transmission Line, ckm 5872 1704 75722 114629 197927 Add. in first four years Expected of 11th Plan at end of (2007-11) 11th Plan 1580 1636 26856 19561 49633 9432 4616 112961 140782 267791 Expected addition during 12th Plan 9440 27000 38000 35000 109440

Expected by end of 12th Plan 18872 31616 150961 175782 377231

Substations
Substations(AC) and HVDC Terminals Add. in first expected by 11th Plan four years Expected and 12th Plan At the end of 11th Plan at end of (values in MVA / MW) of 10th Plan (2007-11) 11th Plan HVDC Terminals: HVDC back-to-back HVDC Bipole terminals Total- HVDC Terminal Capacity, MW AC Substations 765 kV 400 kV 220 kV Total- AC Substation capacity, MVA 0 92942 156497 249439 4500 40920 50655 96075 13500 152887 221574 387961 149000 45000 76000 270000 162500 197887 297574 657961 3000 5000 8000 0 1750 1750 3000 10500 13500 0 13000 13000 3000 23500 26500 Expected addition during 12th Plan

Expected by end of 12th Plan

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DEVELOPMENT

OF

TRANSMISSION

Considering the 80 GW generation addition scenario for 12th Plan over and above 62 GW target(the Mid-term assessment for 11th plan by Planning commission) for 11th Plan, total fund requirement for development of transmission system is estimated to be of the order of Rs 1,80,000 crore.

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INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE GENERATION IN NATIONAL GRID

ENERGY

SOURCES

(RES)

7.18.1 Planning connectivity for RES generation with grid The transmission planning for renewable energy generation projects has to be done on case to case basis depending upon topology of the local grid, spatial distribution of renewable sources and the total quantum of power to be evacuated. Some of the States have abundant renewable energy sources, while others are deficit. In case of large scale renewable generation it is not possible to absorb the energy locally, particularly during off peak hours, and a transmission system is required to be planned integrating renewable generation with the state grid as well as with inter-state grid. Integration of RES with National Grid would help in lessening backing down of renewable generation during periods of high RES generation and meeting demand of local load centres when renewable generation is not available, provided there is enough dispatchable surplus generation in other parts of the grid. As most of the renewable energy source (RES) generation in terms of MW are smaller in size their first connection with the grid is normally done at 11kV, 22kV, 33kV or 66kV. The EHV transmission system beyond first connection point is either at 110kV, 132kV, 220kV or 400kV depending on the quantum power being pooled at EHV substations. 7.18.2 Integration with National Grid and balancing requirements The RES transmission schemes are not stand alone schemes and require to be integrated with State grid and/or regional/all-India grid depending mostly upon quantum of power to be transmitted. Owing to variable nature of RES energy, these also require support from the grid. The integration provides reliability of transmission and grid support to accommodate variability of RES generation to certain extent. Extent of accommodation of variability of RES generation depends upon size, nature and operating practices of grid. In particular, - (i) quantum of RES generation vis--vis quantum of conventional sources of energy, (ii) generation reserves in the grid, (iii) variability of RES generation, (iv) operating characteristics of conventional generation, (v) grid codes & operating practices of the grid, (vi)balancing mechanism, and (vii)enabling regulations, would determine extent of accommodation of RES into National Grid with no, partial or full back-down under different seasons/load-generation scenarios. 7.18.3 Technical standards for integration of RES with National Grid CEA is in the process of issuing draft amendment to connectivity standards specifying the technical requirements from wind generators to be synchronized with the grid, as per which, generating stations shall be capable
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of supplying dynamically varying reactive power support so as to maintain power factor within limits of 0.95 lagging to 0.95 leading. Also, the generating stations shall have fault ride through capability of not less than 300 milliseconds so that grid is not destabilized due to sudden outage of renewable generation in the event of a grid disturbance. Standards for maximum harmonic distortion are also being specified in the draft technical standards. 7.18.4 Regulations for integration of RES with National Grid CERC has amended Indian Electricity Grid Code to allow flexibility to wind and solar plants in scheduling and dispatch. As per CERC (Grant of Connectivity, Long-term Access and Medium-term Open Access in inter-state transmission and related matters) Regulation 2009, a group of generating stations using renewable sources with capacity between 50 MW and 250 MW can also apply to the CTU for direct connectivity with inter-state transmission system. Transmission charges for transfer of power from RES shall be as per the applicable CERC tariff norms. In case of solar plants which are to be commissioned by 2014, ISTS charges/losses are exempted. Wind and solar generation developers can take advantage of the above provisions and get themselves connected with ISTS for improved reliability of evacuation of power from their projects and selling the renewable energy on all-India basis in through National Grid. 7.18.5 Transmission systems for integration of RES during 12th Plan The renewable generation capacity addition in the country, up to the end of 9th Plan i.e. 2001-02 was just 3,475 MW. The Government of India as well as many State governments have issued policies and programmes conducive to the generation of renewable power, which gained acceleration and is going to cross 20,000 MW by the end of 11th Plan (i.e. March 2012). Most of this renewable capacity is in the renewable potential rich states of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat and Rajasthan. These five states at present contribute more than 80% of total renewable capacity installation in the country. For the 12th Plan period(2012-17) RES addition is being estimated in the range of 19000 30000 MW. The State Transmission Utilities of renewable rich states of Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have prepared transmission plans for RES generation projects in their States. CEA in association with respective STUs have examined/examining these proposals and these are likely to be firmed up along with other stakeholders as per planning process. Though, all of these RES capacity additions are planned to meet RPO(renewable purchase obligation) requirements of respective States, care is being taken to integrate them also with ISTS directly/indirectly so that they become part of National Grid as explained in above paragraphs. Total capacity of RES for which transmission planning exercise is under progress is of the order of 19000 MW

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(Tamil Nadu 6000 MW, Andhra Pradesh 3000 MW, Gujarat 5500 MW, Rajasthan 4000 MW and Himachal Pradesh 550 MW). It is learnt that Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is assessing quantum and location of RES generation additions for 12th Plan period (which are in the 19000-30000 range). A comprehensive plan for these projects can be worked out after this assessment.

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TRANSMISSION EXPANSION ASSESSMENT FOR 13TH PLAN As explained above, transmission system for a number of generation projects have been planned under the LTA process, majority of which are expected to materialize during 12th Plan and the rest would be implemented during 13th Plan depending upon actual progress of the generation project. Based on progress and development of generation projects and transmission system during 12th Plan, some of the already planned transmission systems would have to be reviewed. This review would be carried out alongwith planning for new transmission requirements for specific generation projects coming in 13th Plan. Under such scenario, only a broad assessment of transmission capacity addition for 13th Plan can be made considering probable load growth and indicative generation capacity addition scenarios for 13th Plan. Accordingly, following assessment has been made for transmission capacity addition during 13th Plan period: Transmission capacity addition for 13th Plan (220kV and above system): 1. 2. 3. Transmission lines Substation (Transformation) Capacity Fund requirement : : : 130 Thousand ckm 300 Thousand MVA Rs 200,000 Crore

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CHAPTER 7A
ANNEX - XII PLAN TRANSMISSION PROGRAMME
Annex 7.1 NORTHERN REGION TRANSMISSION SCHEME DETAILS

Northern Region System Strengthening Schemes:


765kV system for Central Part of Northern Grid-Part-I Table No: NR-IS-01 1. Agra - Meerut 765 kV S/c 2. Agra - Jhatikra 765 kV S/c 3. Jhatikra - Bhiwani 765 kV S/c 4. Bhiwani Moga 765 kV S/c 5. LILO of both circuits of Mundka/Bawana Bamnouli at Jhatikra Table No: NR-IS-02 1. Agra Substation extension Bay extension 2. Establishment of 765/400/220 kV substation at Jhatikra with 4x1500MVA 765/400 kV 3. Augmentation of Moga & Meerut 400/220 kV substation to 765/400/220 kV susbtation with 2x1500MVA transformation capacity 4. 240 MVAR Bus reactor at Jhatikra Table No: NR-IS-03 1. Meerut Bhiwani 765 kV S/c 2(a). Establishment of 765/400/220 kV substation at Bhiwani with 2x1000MVA 765/400 kV ICT 2(b). Establishment of 2x315 MVA 400/220 kV ICT at Bhiwani 3. LILO of both circuits of Bawana/BahadurgarhHissar 400 kV D/c at Bhiwani 4. LILO of both circuits of Bareilly-Mandaula 400 kV D/c at Meerut 5. Mandaula Bus split 6. Ballabhgarh Bus split Table No: NR-IS-04 1. Gurgaon (PG Sec 72) Manesar 400 kV D/c(Quad) 2. Establishment of 400/220kV substation with 2x500 MVA transformation capacity at Manesar 3. Delinking Agra-Samaypur and SamaypurGurgaon (PG Sec-72) 400 kV lines from Samaypur and making a direct line from Agra to Gurgaon (PG Sec-72) 400 kV S/c circuit

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4. 2 nos. of 220 kV bays at Fatehabad 400/220 kV substation. 5. 125 MVAR Bus Reactor at Manesar Table No: NR-IS-05 1. LILO of Nallagarh-Kaithal 400 kV circuit (Triple Snowbird second ckt of Nalagarh-Hissar 400 kV D/c line) at Patiala (first ckt is already LILOed) 2 Additional 500 MVA 400/220 kV ICT at Patiala so as to increase transformation capacity from 2x315 MVA to 2x315+1x500 MVA 3. Additional 500 MVA 400/220 kV ICT at Malerkotla so as to increase transformation capacity from 2x315 MVA to 2x315+1x500 MVA 4. 125 MVAR Bus Reactor at Patiala Table No: NR-IS-06 1. Manesar - Neemrana 400 kV D/c 2. Bhiwadi - Neemrana 400 kV D/c 3. LILO of Bhiwadi Jaipur 400 kV S/c to establish new 400/220 kV S/s at Kotputli. 4 Establishment of 400/220kV substation with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity at Neemrana 5. Establishment of 400/220kV substation with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity at Kotputli Table No: NR-IS-07 1. LILO of both circuits of Kishenpur Wagoora 400 kV D/c to create new 400/220 kV S/s at New Wanpoh 2. Kishenpur New Wanpoh 400 kV D/c 3. Establishment of 400/220kV substation with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity at New Wanpoh Table No: NR-IS-08 Neemrana Sikar 400 kV D/c Table No: NR-IS-09 1. Baghpat Dehradun 400 kV D/c (Quad) 2. Establishment of 400/220kV substation with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity at Dehradun Table No: NR-IS-10 1. LILO of both circuits of Meerut Kaithal 400 kV D/c (Quad HSIL) to create new 400/220 kV S/s at Bagpat 2. Bagpat 400/220 kV GIS s/s with 2x500 MVA transformation capacity 3. 80 MVAR Bus Reactor at Kaithal 4. 125 MVAR Bus Reactor at Bagpat

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Table No: NR-IS-11 1. LILO of one circuit of Parbati PS Amritsar 400 kV D/c to create new 400/220 kV S/s at Hamirpur 2. Hamirpur 400/220 kV s/s with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity Table No: NR-IS-12 1. Lucknow Bareilly 765 kV S/c 2. BareillyKashipur 400 kV D/c (quad) 3. KashipurRoorkee 400 kV D/c (quad) 4. RoorkeeSaharanpur 400 kV D/c (quad) 5. Establishment of new 765/400 kV, 2x1500 MVA substation at Bareilly 6. Bareilly Bareilly 400 kV 2xD/c (quad) Table No: NR-IS-13 1. Kishenpur Samba 400 kV D/c 2. Dulhasti Samba 400 kV S/c 3. Establishment of new 400/220 kV, 2x315 MVA substation at Samba Table No: NR-IS-14 1. Augmentation of 400/220 kV transformation capacity by 2x500 MVA at Maharanibagh 2. Augmentation of 400/220 kV transformation capacity by 1x500 MVA at Lucknow 3. Augmentation of 400/220 kV transformation capacity by 1x500 MVA at Bahadurgarh Table No: NR-IS-15 1. Dehradun Abdullapur 400 kV D/c (Quad) 2. Dulhasti Kishenpur 400 kV D/c (Quad) Single Circuit Strung 3. 2 nos. of 63 MVAR line Reactors (one on each ckt) on Barh Balia 400 kV D/c line at Balia end Table No: NR-IS-16 1. Jaipur-Bhiwani 765kV S/c (2nd Ckt) 2. Bhiwani(PG)-Hissar 400kV D/c line 3. LILO of 400kV D/c Moga-Bhiwadi line at Hissar Table No: NR-IS-17 Meerut-Moga 765kV S/c line

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Table No: NR-IS-18 1 LILO of 400kV Dehar-Panipat S/c line at Panchkula 2 LILO of 400kV Dehar-Bhiwani S/c line at Rajpura 3. TehriPP-Srinagar 400kV D/c line (Quad) 4. one 400kV line bay at kota(PG) for terminating anta-kota 400kV S/c line 5. Two 220kV line bays at chamera pooling point

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NR Bus Reactor Schemes

Table No: NR-IS-19 1. Extend one 400kV D/c (Quad) BiharsharifSasaram line to Varanasi,Bypassing Sasaram 2. LILO of Gaya-Fathepur765 kV S/c line at Varanasi 3. Sasaram-Allahabad Circuit may be from ER bus 4. Sasaram-Saranath 400kV S/c may be through HVDC back to Back Table No: NR-IS-20 1. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Gorakhpur 2. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Allahabad 3. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Mainpuri 4. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Hissar 5. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Jullandhar 6. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Kankroli 7. 125 MVAR bus reactor at Nallagarh 8. 2X125 MVAR bus reactor at Vindhyachal(NR Bus) 9. 80 MVAR bus reactor at Amritsar

Northern Region Evacuation Schemes: Table No: NR-JK-01 1. Kishenganga Alistang 220kV 2XD/c line 2. Alistang New Wampoh 220 kV D/c line 3. Kishenganga- Amargarh 220kV D/c line Table No: NR-JK-02 LILO of one ckt of 400kV Kishenpur-New Wanpoh D/c line at Baghlihar HEP Table No: NR-HP-01 1 Parbati II-Koldam (Quad) 1st ckt 2 Parbati II-Koldam (Quad) 2nd ckt 3 Parbati II- Koldam (Quad) D/c portion 4 Realignment works at Koldam Table No: NR-HP-02 1. LILO of 400 kV D/c Nathpa Jhakri Nalagarh at Rampur 2. Ludhiana - Patiala 400kV D/c line 3. LILO of 400kV D/c Patiala -Hissar line at Kaithal Table No: NR-HP-03 1. Koldam-Ludhiana 400kV D/c 2. Koldam-Nalagarh (Quad) 400kV D/c line Table No: NR-HP-04 Tidong-I HEP- kashang 220kV D/c line

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Parbati-II (800MW) (Central Sector)

Rampur (412MW) (Central Sector)

Koldam (800MW) (Central Sector) Tidong-I (100 MW) (Private Sector)

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Table No: NR-HP-05 LILO of S/c Karcham Wangtoo - Abdullapur at Sorang Table No: NR-HP-06 Evacuation at lower voltage

Table No: NR-HP-07 Kashang I (65 MW) (State Sector) Kashang-Boghtu 220kV D/c line Table No: NR-HP-08 LILO of NathpaJhakri-Abdullapur 400kV D/c line at Sawara kuddu Table No: NR-HP-09 1. Establishment of 400/220 kV ,2x315 MVA S/S at Lahal 2. Kutehar -Lahal 220 kV D/C line 3. Lahal PS - Chamera PS 400 kV D/C line Table No: NR-HP-10 Evacuation at lower voltage

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Sainj(100 MW) (State Sector)

Table No: NR-HP-11 1. Sainj-Sainj Village(HPPTCL) 132kV D/c line 2. LILO of 400kV Parbathi-II- Parbathi pooling point S/c line Table No: NR-PB-01 1. Creation of 400/220 kV S/S near Nabha/Patiala with 2X315 MVA Transformer 2. Muktsar - substation near Jullundhur 400 kV D/C via Tarantara 3. Creation of 400/220 kV S/S near Taran taran 4. Nabha/Patiala - S/S near Jullundhur 400 kV D/C via Mohali 5. Creation of 400/220 kV S/S near Mohali 6. Interconnection between 400 kV S/S near Jullundhur to Jullundhur S/S (PG) 7. Interconnection between 400 kV S/S near Taran Taran to Amritsar S/S (PG) Table No: NR-PB-02 1. Talwandi Sabo - Muktsar 400kV D/c line 2. Muktsar - Patti Nakodar 400kV D/c line 3. Talwandi Sabo - Dhuri 400kV D/c line 4. Talwandi Sabo - Nakodar 400 kV D/C (one ckt to be LILOed at Moga 400kV PGCIL s/s) 5. Establishment of 2X315 MVA Muktsar S/s

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6. Establishment of 2X315 MVA Patti S/s 7. Establishmnet of 2X315 MVA Nakodar S/s Table No: NR-PB-03 System to be evolved.

Jhajjar ( Matanhail) Case II(1320MW) (private Sector)

Table No: NR-HR-01 1. Jhajjar TPS -Mohindergarh 400kV D/c line 2. Jhajjar TPS - Rohtak (quad) 400kV D/c line 3. Rohtak - Sonipat(D.Pur)(Quad) 400kV D/c line 4. LILO of one ckt of Abdullapur- Bawana line at Sonipat(D.Pur) 5. Sonipat(Deepalpur) S/s 400/220kV 2X315 MVA 6. Rohtak S/S 400/220kV 2X315 MVA Table No: NR-RJ-01 1. RAPPJaipur (South) 400kV D/c line of which one ckt. to be LILOed at Kota 2. RAPP Shujalpur (WR) 400kV D/c line 3. 1x63MVAR at RAPP end of RAPP-Jaipur S/c line 4. 1X50 MVAR at RAPP end of RAPPShujalpur D/ c line(each Ckt) 5. 125 MVAR bus reactor at RAPP-D Generation Table No: NR-RJ-02 Transmission system by RRVPNL

RAPP D(1400MW) (Central Sector)

Ramgarh-II (160 MW) (State Sector)

Table No: NR-RJ-03 Chhabra TPSSt-2 (500 MW) Transmission system by RRVPNL (Stae Sector) Table No: NR-RJ-04 Kalisindh (1200 MW) Transmission system by RRVPNL (State Sector) Table No: NR-RJ-05 Barsingsar Ext(250MW) 1. Barsingsar- Nagaur220kV S/c line (Central sector) 2. Barsingsar-Khinvsar- Bhopalgarh 220kVS/c line with S/S at Khinvsar (Nagaur) 3. Establishment of Khinvsar 220/132kV substation Table No: NR-UK-01 1. Tapovan Vishnugarh HEP- Kunwaripaas 400kV D/c line 2. LILO one ckt of Vishnu Prayag Muzaffarnagar 400 kV D/c line at Kuwanri

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Srinagar (330 MW) (Private Sevtor)

Pass 3. Kunwari Pass - Karanprayag 400kV D/c line 4. Karanprayag - Srinagar line 400kV D/c line 5. LILO of Kunwari Pass Srinagar 400kV D/c line at Karanprayag Table No: NR-UK-02 LILO of Baramwari Srinagar 220kV D/c line at Singoli Bhatwari Table No: NR-UK-03 1. LILO of Gaurikund Rambara -Barambari 132kV S/c at Phata Byong 2. Baramwari-Srinagar 220kV D/c line Table No: NR-UK-04 1. Srinagar - Kashipur 400kV D/c line 2. Srinagar-HEP - Srinagar 400kV D/c line 3. LILO of visgnuprayag-Muzaffarnagar 400kV line at srinagar

Table No: NR-UK-05 Dhauli Ganga +Rupsiyabagar 1. Dhauli Ganga Pithoragarh 220kV D/c line Khasiyabara (260MW) 2. Dhauli Ganga Bareili 220kV D/c line (Central Sector) Table No: NR-UK-06 Kotlibhel St-1A & B (515 1. Kotli Bhel IA Dehradun (PTCUL) 220 kV MW), Kotlibhel St-II (530 D/C twin/quard line MW) (central Sector) 2. Twin up to Kotli Bhel II and quad between Kotli Bhel II Dehradun (PTCUL) 3. LILO of one circuit of Kotli Bhel IA Dehradun (PTCUL) 220 kV D/C line at Kotlibhel 1B 4. LILO of both circuit at Kotli Bhel II 5. Connectivity between 220kV Dehradun s/s of PTCUL and 400/220kV of PG 6. Dehradun s/s of regional grid. This would be either through extended bus or through 220kV quad D/C line depending on location of the two s/s being contiguous or otherwise 7. Dehradun-Abdullapur 400 kV D/C line as regional scheme for Kotlibhel HEP Table No: NR-UK-07 Tehri-II(1000MW) 1. Tehri PSP Tehri Pooling Point (quad) 400kV (Central Sector) S/c line 2. Charging Tehri Pooling Point Meerut line at 765kVS/c line 3. Establishment of 765/400 kV, 3x1500 MVA S/S at Tehri Pool (Due to Space constraints, Tehri Pooling stn. would be GIS) 4. 765/400 kV, 1x1500 MVA substations at Meerut 5. Modification of Series Capacitors for operation at 765 kV level at meerut

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Table No: NR-UK-08 Lata Tapovan - Joshi Math 220kV D/c line Table No: NR-UK-09 LILO of Lohari Nagpala Koteshwar 400kV D/c line at Pala Maneri Table No : NR-UP-01 1. Rihand-III- Vindhyachal Pool 765 kVD/c(initially to be operated at 400 kV) 2. Vindhyachal-IV - Vindhyachal Pool 400 kV D/c (Quad) 3. Vindhyachal Pool-Satna 765 kV 2xS/c 4. Satna - Gwalior 765 kV 2xS/c 5. Gwalior - Jaipur(South) 765 kV S/c 6. Vindhyachal Pool-Sasan 765 KV S/c 7. Establishment of 765/400kV, 2x1500 MVA S/s at Vindhyachal Pool

Combined system for Rihand STPP-III (2X500 MW) & Vindhyachal STPP -IV (2X500 MW) of WR (Central Sector).

Table No : NR-UP-02 Bajaj-Utrala (90 MW) system by UPPTCL (Private Sector) Bajaj-Barkhera (90 MW) system by UPPTCL (Private Sector) Bajaj-Kundarki (90 MW) system by UPPTCL (Private Sector) Bajaj-Khambarkheda (90 MW) system by UPPTCL (Private Sector) Bajaj-Maqsoodpur (90 MW) system by UPPTCL (Private Sector) Table No : NR-UP-03 Combined system for Bara 1. Step-up of Bara generation to 765kV TPS(3X660MW) (Private 2. Bara switchyards to have 765kV and 400kV Sector), levels with 2x1500MVA (7x500 MVA, 1 phase Karchana (2x660MW) units) 765/400 ICTs. (Private Sector) & 3. Establishment of 400kV substation at Reewa Meja JV(1320MW) Road Allahabad with 400/220kV 2x315 MVA (Central Sector) ICTs 4. Step-up of Karchana and Meja generation to 400kV 5. LILO of 400kV Obra-Panki line at Reewa Road Allahabad 6. Meja Bara 400kV quad D/C line 7. Meja Reewa Road (Allahabad) 400kV quad D/C line 8. Karchana Bara 400kV quad D/C line 9. Karchana Reewa Road Allahabad 400kV quad D/C line 10. Bara-Mainpuri 765kV 2xS/C lines 11. Mainpuri G.Noida 765kV S/C 12. LILO of Agra - Meerut 765 kV S/C line of

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PGCIL at G. NOIDA 13. Hapur G.Noida 765kV S/C line 14. New 765/400kV substation at Maipuri with 2x1000MVA ( 7x333 MVA, 1 phase units) ICTs 15. Mainpuri 765kV UPPCL Mainpuri 400kV PGCIL 400kV quad D/C line 16. New 765/400 substation at G.Noida with 2x1500MVA (7x500MVA, 1 phase units) 765/400kV 17 2x500MVA 400/220kV ICTs at New 765/400kV substation at G.Noida 18. Reewa Road Allahabad Banda 400kV quad D/C line 19. Banda Orai 400kV quad D/C line 20. Orai Mainpuri 765kV UPPCL 400kV quad D/C line 21. Establishment of 400kV substation at Banda with 400/220kV 2x315 MVA ICTs 22. Establishment of 400kV substation at Orai with 400/220kV 2x315 MVA ICTs 23. Meja-Allahabad(PG) 400kV D/c line 24. Unnao-Mainuri 765kV S/c line 25. Mainpuri-Hapur 765kV S/c line Table No : NR-UP-04 Rosa- Shahjahanpur 400kV D/c line Table No : NR-UP-05 System to be identified

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Western System Strengthening Schemes:


Table No : WR-IS-01 Establishment of 400/220kV S/s 1. LILO of Navsari- Boisar 400 kV D/c at in UT DNH proposed Kala S/s in UT DNH 2. Establishment of 400/220kV, 2x315 MVA S/s at proposed Kala S/s in UT DNH (GIS) Table No : WR-IS-02 Establishment of 400/220kV S/s 1. LILO of Vapi- Navi Mumbai 400 kV D/c line in UT Daman at Magarwada S/s 2. Establishment of 400/220kV, 2x315 MVA S/s at Magarwada S/s (GIS) Table No : WR-IS-03 Split Bus arrangement and 1. Splitting 400kV Raipur bus into two sections reconfiguration/shifting of between existing line bays of Chandrapur-1 terminating & Chandrapur-2 through bus sectionaliser. lines at Raipur 400kV S/s 2. Bypass 400kV Bhatapara-Raipur-Bhilai line at Raipur and restore the line as 400kV Bhatapara-Bhilai S/c 3. Shifting of Chandrapur-2 and Chandrapur-3 line bays from Section Raipur-B to RaipurA.

Western Evacuation Schemes:


Table No : WR-GJ-01 1. Kakrapar NPP-Navsari 400kV D/C line 2. Kakrapar NPP-Vapi 400kV D/C line Table No : WR-GJ-02 Transmission System for Mundra 1. Mundra Bachchau-Ranchodpura 400 kV (Triple UMPP (4000MW) (Private snowbird) D/c Sector)-Part-A 2. Mundra Bachchau - Jetpur 400 kV (Triple KAPP Extn U3,4,(1400MW)(Central sector) snowbird) D/c 3. Mundra Limbdi 400 kV (Triple snowbird) D/c Table No : WR-GJ-03 Transmission System for 1. Gandhar-Navsari 400 kV D/C Mundra UMPP (4000MW) 2. Navsari-Boisar 400 kV D/C (Private Sector)-Part-B 3. Wardha-Aurangabad 400 kV (Quad) D/c (with (Strengthening in WR) provision to upgrade at 1200 kV at later date) 4. Aurangabad-Aurangabad (MSETCL) 400 kV D/C quad 5. LILO of both circuit of Kawas-Navsari 220 kV D/C at Navsari (PG) 6. Bachchau 400/220 kV 2x315 MVA 7. Navsari GIS 400/220 kV , 2x315 MVA

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8. 400 kV, 1x500 MVA GIS S/S at Boisar 9. Wardha 765/400 kV , 3x1500 MVA 10. Aurangabad(PG) 400/220 kV 2x315 MVA 11. Extn. 765 kV at Seoni and Wardha S/s 12. Extn. 400 kV at Limbdi S/s 13. Extn. 400 kV at Ranchodpura S/s 14. 40% Fixed Series compensation each on Wardha - Aurangabad 400 kV D/c at Wardha end. 15. 40% Fixed Series compensation each on Wardha - Aurangabad 400 kV D/c at Wardha end. Pirana Dehgam 400 kV D/c line Table No : WR-GJ-04 System yet to be identified

Table No : WR-GJ-05 1. PipavavTPS- Pirana 400 kV D/c line(Triple) along with 1X125 MVA bus reactor at Pipavav 2. Pirana Dehgam 400 kV D/c line 3. Installation of 1X315 MVA , 400/220 kV ICT(3rd) at Pirana Table No : WR-GJ-06 Essar Power Saliya (1200MW) 1. EPGL TPS Bachau 400kV D/C (Triple) along (Private Sector) with 1x125MVAR bus reactor at generation switchyard 2. (Vadinar)EPGL TPS-Hadala 400kV D/C line 3. (Vadinar)EPGL TPS-Amreli 400kV D/C line Table No : WR-GJ-07 Surat Lignite + Ext(250MW) Mangrol-Mobha 220kV D/C line (2nd ckt) (State Sector) Table No : WR-GJ-08 Dhuvarn EXT.(360 MW) 1. LILO of kasor-Vartej 220 kV S/c line at Dhuvarn (State Sector) 2. LILO of Karamsad-Vartej 220 kV S/c line at Dhuvarn Table No : WR-GJ-09 Bhavnagar(2X300 MW) 1. BECL - Botad 220 kV D/C line (State Sector) 2. BECL - Sagapara 220 kv D/C line 3. LILO of Sarvakundla - Vartej 220 kV line at BECL Table No : WR-GJ-10 Sikka Ext.(2X250MW) 1. Sikka - Moti Paneli 220 kV D/C line with Moose cond. (State Sector) 2. LILO of bot ckt. of Jamnagar - Jetpur 220 kV D/C line at Sikka Table No : WR-GJ-11 System Strengtheing in NR 1. Agra-Sikar 400kV D/c (Quad) line 2. Sikar-Jaipur (POWERGRID) 400kV D/c line Sasan & Mundra UMPP 3. Sikar-Ratangarh 400kV D/c line 4. LILO of both circuits of Sikar (RVPNL)Ratangarh(RVPNL) 220 kV D/c line at Sikar(POWERGRID) 5. LILO of both Ckts of NathpaJhakri-Abdullahpur 400kV D/c at Panchkula 6. Establishment of new 400/220kV substation with

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2x315 MVA transformation capacity at Sikar. 7. Establishment of new 400/220kV substation with 2x315 MVA transformation capacity at Panchkula. 8. Sasan-Fathehpur 765kV S/c line Table No : WR-MP-01 1. Rihand-III- Vindhyachal Pool 765 kV 2xS/c (initially to be operated at 400 kV) 2. Vindhyachal-IV - Vindhyachal Pool 400 kV D/c (Quad) 3. Vindhyachal Pool-Satna 765 kV 2xS/c 4. Satna - Gwalior 765 kV 2xS/c 5. Gwalior - Jaipur(South) 765 kV S/c 6. Vindhyachal Pool-Sasan 765 KV S/c 7. Establishment of 765/400kV, 2x1500 MVA S/s at Vindhyachal Pool Table No : WR-MP-02 1. 765 kV Sasan Satna line-I 2. 765 kV Sasan Satna line-II 3. 765 kV Satna - Bina(PG) line-I 4. 765 kV Satna - Bina(PG) line-II 5. 765 kV Sasaram - Fatehpur line-II 6. 765 kV Fatehpur - Agra line 7. 400 kV Bina(PG)-Bina(MPPTCL) line 8. LILO of both ckts of Vindhyachal-Jabalpur 400 kV D/c at Sasan 1. Bina(PG)-Indore(PG) 765 kV S/C 2. Indore(PG)-Indore (MPPTCL) 400 kV D/C quad 3. Indore S/S 765/400 kV, 2x1500 MVA 4. Establishment of new 765/400 kV, 2x1500 MVA S/s at Gwalior 5. Extn. 765/400 kV, 2x1000 MVA S/s at Bina (PG) 6. Establishment of new 765/400 kV, 2x1000 MVA S/s at Satna 7. Extn. 765 kV at Agra, Gwalior, , Bina & Seoni S/s 8. Provision of 765 kV Bays for charging of Seoni Bina S/c line at 765 kV level Table No : WR-MP-03 Bina TPS Bina (MPTCL) 400 kV /c line. One line terminated at Bina (PG) Table No : WR-MP-04 Bus extension of Mahan TPS phase-1 generation project to proposed generation project switchyard along with 1x125MVAR bus reactor Table No : WR-MP-05 1. Jaiprakash Satna 400kV D/c (high capacity) 2. Two nos of 400kV bays at Satna(POWERGRID) Table No : WR-MP-06 MB Power- Jabalpur PS 400 kV D/c line(Triple)

Vindhyachal STPP -IV (2X500 MW), Rihand STPP-III (2X500 MW) of NR (Central Sector)

Transmission System for Sasan UMPP (3960 MW) Part-A

Part B Regional System Strengthening in WR for Sasan UMPP (3960 MW)

Bina Power (500 MW) (Private Sector) ESSAR POWER MAHAN (1200MW) ( Private Sector) Jaiprakash Power Ventures Ltd. (1320MW) (Private Sector)

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Malwa TPP (1200MW) and Satpura TPP (500MW) (State Sector)

Table No : WR-MP-07 1. Malwa TPH - Pithampur 400 kV D/c line 2. Malwa TPH - Chhegaon 400 kV D/c line 3. Chhegaon - Julwania 400 kV D/c line 4. Satpura TPH - Ashta 400 kV D/c line 5. Malwa TPH - Chhegaon 200 kV D/c line Table No: WR-MH-01 1. Mauda STPS Wardha 400 kV D/c (Quad) 2. Extn. Of 400/220 kV Wardha S/s 3. LILO of Akola-I Koradi-I 400 kV S/C line at Nandgaonpet Table No: WR-MH-02 1. Tiroda (Gondia) - Warora 400 kV D/c line (quad) 2. Tiroda-Koradi III 765 kV 2xS/c line 3. Koradi-III - Akola-II 765 kV 2xS/c line 4. Akola-II - Aurangabad II 765 kV 2xS/c line 5. 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV ICT at Tiroda (Gondia) 6. Aurangabad II-Aurangabad (PG) 765kV S/C(with D/C towers) 7. Aurangabd(II) 765/400 kV Substation with 2x1500 MVA Table No: WR-MH-03 1. Sinnar Nasik 400kV D/C 2. Sinnar Bableshwar 400kV quad D/C line Table No: WR-MH-04 1. Nandagaonpet-Akola-I 400 KV D/c Line (Quad) 2. LILO of Akola-I- Koradi-I 400kV S/c line at Nandgaonpet Table No: WR-MH-05 LILO of one ckt of 400 kV Koradi-II - Wardh (PG) at M/s Ideal Energy Table No: WR-MH-06 LILO of on eckt of Bhadrawathi(PG) 400 KV D/c line at TPS Table No: WR-MH-07 EMCO-Bhadrawathi(PG) 400 kV D/c line Table No: WR-MH-08 Yet to be identified Table No: WR-MH-09 1. Parli-Nanded 220kV D/C line 2. LILO of 220kV Parlib GCR-Beed at Parli D/C line Table No: WR-MH-10 1. Koradi-II KoradiIII 400 kV quad D/C line 2. 7X167MVA,400/220 kV S/s at Koradi-II Table No: WR-MH-11 1. LILO of both circuits of Chandrapur - Parli

Mauda STPS- I (2X500) MW (Central sector)

Tiroda Adani Ph-1,Ph II (1320MW+1320MW) (Private Sector)

IndiaBulls Realtech Ltd(Nasik) (1350 MW) (Private Sector)

India Bulls- AmaravatiNandagaonpet(1350 MW) (Private Sector) Ideal power (Bela TPP) (540MW) (Private Sector) Dhariwal Infrastructure(600 MW) (Private Sector) EMCO-Maharashtra (600 MW) (Private Sector) New Parli TPP U1,2,3 Parli + Replacement

Koradi(1980 MW) (State Sector)

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400kV D/C at Chandrapur-II (that is LILO of 2 circuits out of 3) 2. Chandrapur-II Warora Wardha PG 400kV quad D/C 3. 7X167 MVA, 400/220 kV S/s at Chandrapur-II 4. 7X167 MVA, 400/220 kV S/s at Warora Table No: WR-MH-12 Uran CCPP (1040MW) 1. Upgradation of Uran-Apta 220kV 2X D/C Private Sector line with ACCC TW 620 sq mm conductors 2. Uran-Kharghar 220kV D/C line Table No: WR-MH-13 Dhopave(1600 MW) (State Sector) 1. Dhopave Padghe-II 400kV quad D/C line 2. LILO of both circuits of Jaigarh-New Koyna 400kV quad D/C at Dhopave (State Sector)

Table No: WR-CG-01 1. Sipat-Seoni Line-1 2. Sipat-Seoni Line-2 3. Seoni-Khandwa 400 kV D/C (Quad AAAC) 4. LILO of one ckt of Korba STPS-Raipur at Sipat 400 kV D/C 5. LILO of Bhilai-Satpura S/C line at Seoni 400 kV D/C 6. Nagda-Dehgam 400 kV D/C 7. LILO of both ckt of S.Sarovar-Nagda D/C at Rajgarh 400 kV 2XD/C 8. Seoni S/S 765/400 kV ( 7x500 single phase units) 9. Seoni 400/220 kV 2x315 MVA S/S 10. Rajgarh 400/220 kV 2x315 MVA S/S Table No: WR-CG-02 Dedicated Transmission System for Generaion projects in Raigarh complex near Kotra [RKM Powergen Ltd, SKS Ispat & Power Ltd, DB Power Ltd, Avanta BhandarTPP, Athena Chhattisgarh Power Ltd. (2x600MW)] RKM Powergen Ltd RKM Powergen Raigarh Pooling Station(near Kotra) 400kV D/c(Quad) SKS Ispat & Power Ltd SKS Ispat - Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra) 400kV D/c(Quad) DB Power Ltd DB Power Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra) 400kV D/c (Quad) Avantha Bhandar TPP LILO of Athena Chhattisgarh Raigarh Pooling Station 400kV D/c at Avantha Bhandar Athena Chhattisgarh Power Ltd. Athena Chhattisgarh Raigarh Pooling (2x600MW) (Private Sector) Station(near Kotra) 400kV D/c(Quad) Table No: WR-CG-03 Dedicated Transmission System for GMR Chattishgarh Energy Pvt. Ltd(Raipur complex) (2X685MW) GMR Chattishgarh Energy Pvt. GMR Chattishgarh - Raipur Pooling station 400 kV Ltd D/C line (quad) Table No: WR-CG-04 Sipat-I(1980MW) (Central sector)

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Dedicated Transmission System for Generaion projects in Champa complex [Wardha(KSK Mahanadi) Power Ltd, Balco Ltd, Vandana Vidyut Ltd, Lanco Amarkantak Power] Wardha(KSK Mahanadi) Power Wardha Power Champa Pooling Station 400kV Ltd 2xD/c (Quad) Balco Ltd Balco Champa Pooling Station 400kV D/c (Triple) Vandana Vidyut Ltd. Vandana Vidyut Champa Pooling Station 400 kV D/C Lanco Amarkantak Power Lanco - Champa Pooling Station 400kV D/c (Quad) Table No: WR-CG-05 Dedicated Transmission System for Aryan Coal Beneficiaries Ltd., Dheeru Powergen and PTC India Aryan Coal Benefications Pvt. Ltd. 1. Aryan Coal Vindhyachal Pooling Station (1200MW) 400kV D/c (high capacity) 2. Two nos of 400kV bays at Vindhyachal Pooling Station Dheeru Powergen and PTC 1. Dheeru Powergen-WR Pooling India(450+600MW) Station(Bilaspur) 400kV D/C(high capacity) (Private Sector) 2. Two nos of 400kV bays at WR Pooling Station(Bilaspur) Table No: WR-CG-06 Dedicated Transmission System for Jindal Power, TRN Energy Ltd. Raigarh Ph-III(4x600 +1x500 MW) Jindal Power Raigarh Pooling Station (near (Jindal Power Ltd) Tamnar) 400kV 2xD/c (Quad) TRN Energy (4x600 +1x500 MW) TRN Energy Raigarh Pooling Station (near Tamnar) 400kV 2xD/c (Quad)

Table No: WR-CG-07 1. Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra) - Raipur Pooling station 765 kV D/C line. 2. Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra) - Raigarh (existing) 400 kV D/C (to be kept open at a later date). 3. Raipur Pooling Station Raipur (existing) 400 kV D/C line (to be kept open at a later date). 4. Establishment of 765/400kV 4x1500MVA Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra). 5. Establishment of 765/400kV 1x1500MVA Raipur Pooling Station Table No: WR-CG-08 Combined ATS for Generation 1. Champa Pooling station- Raipur Pooling station Projects located in Raigarh 765 kV D/C line. Complex near Kotra, Raigarh 2. Raigarh Pooling station (near Kotra) - Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa Pooling station (near Tamnar) 765 kV D/C line. complex and Raipur complex of 3. Champa Pooling Station Chhattisgarh-Part-B Dharamjaygarh/Korba 765kV S/c line. 4. Raigarh Pooling Station (near Kotra) Champa Pooling Station 765kV S/c line. 5. Establishment of 765/400kV 6x1500MVA Champa Pooling Station 6. Establishment of 765/400kV 3x1500MVA Combined ATS for Generation Projects located in Raigarh Complex near Kotra, Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa complex and Raipur complex of Chhattisgarh-Part-A

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Combined ATS for Generation Projects located in Raigarh Complex near Kotra, Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa complex and Raipur complex of Chhattisgarh-Part-C Combined ATS for Generation Projects located in Raigarh Complex near Kotra, Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa complex and Raipur complex of Chhattisgarh-Part-D

Raigarh Pooling Station(near Tamnar) Table No: WR-CG-09 Raipur Pooling Station Wardha 765kV D/c line

Table No: WR-CG-10 1. Wardha Aurangabad (PG) 765kV D/c line. 2. Aurangabad(PG) Boisar / Kharghar 400kV D/c (Quad) line. 3. Augmentation of transformation capacity by 400/220kV, 1x500 MVA transformer at Boisar 4. Establishment of 765/400kV 2x1500MVA Aurangabad (PG) S/s Table No: WR-CG-11 Combined ATS for Generation 1. Aurangabad (PG) Padghe(PG) 765kV D/c Projects located in Raigarh line Complex near Kotra, Raigarh 2. Padghe (PG) Padghe(MSETCL) 400kV D/c complex near Tamnar, Champa (Quad) line. complex and Raipur complex of 3. Vadodara Asoj 400kV D/c(Quad) line. Chhattisgarh-Part-E 4. Establishment of 765/400kV, 2x1500MVA Padghe(PG) S/s [GIS Substation] 5. Aurangabad -Dhule 765kV D/c line 6. Dhule-Vadodara 765kV D/c line 7. Establishment of Dhule 765kV Substtaion Table No: WR-CG-12 Combined ATS for Generation Raipur Pooling Station Wardha 765kV 2nd D/c Projects located in Raigarh line Complex near Kotra, Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa complex and Raipur complex of Chhattisgarh-Part-F Table No: WR-CG-13 Combined ATS for Generation Wardha Aurangabad (PG) 765kV 2nd D/c line Projects located in Raigarh Complex near Kotra, Raigarh complex near Tamnar, Champa complex and Raipur complex of Chhattisgarh-Part-G Table No: WR-CG-14 Combined ATS for 1. A 600kV, 4000MW HVDC bipole between Raigarh Generation Projects located Pooling Station(near Kotra) and Dhule(PG) along with in Raigarh Complex near metallic return Kotra, Raigarh complex 2. Dhule(PG) Dhule(IPTC)* 400kV 2xD/c high capacity near Tamnar, Champa conductor. complex and Raipur 3. Dhule(PG) Nasik 400kV D/c(Quad) complex of Chhattisgarh4. Dhule(PG) Malegaon 400kV D/c(Quad) Part-H 5. Establishment of 4000MW 600kV HVDC bipole terminal each at Raigarh Pooling station(near Kotra) and Dhule(PG) along with 400kV AC Station

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Installation of 400/220kV, 2x315MVA transformer at Dhule(PG) Table No: WR-CG-15 Combined ATS for 1. A 800kV, 6000 MW HVDC bipole between Generation Projects located Champa Pooling Station (WR) near Kurushetra in Raigarh Complex near (NR) in Haryana with metallic return (initially to be Kotra, Raigarh complex operated at 3000 MW). near Tamnar, Champa 2. Establishment of 3000 MW, 800 kV HVDC bipole complex and Raipur terminal each at Champa pooling station and near complex of ChhattisgarhKurushetra in Haryana with provision to upgrade the Part-I terminals to 6000 MW. 3. Kurukshetra(NR) - Jallandhar 400kV D/c(Quad) line ( one ckt. via 400/220kV Nakodar S/s). 4. LILO of Abdullapur Sonepat 400kV D/c(triple) at Kurukshetra 5. Establishment of 400/220kV, 2x500 MVA S/s at Kurukshetra Table No: WR-CG-16 System Strengthening in WR for 1. Indore - Vadodara 765kV S/c Generation Projects in MP and 2. Vadodara Pirana 400kV D/c(Quad) Chhattisgarh (being pooled at 3. Establishment of 765/400kV 2x1500MVA Bilaspur Pooling Station) Vadodara substation Table No: WR-CG-17 MARWA CSEB ( 1000 MW) 1. Marwa-Raipur(Raita) 400 kV D/c line State Sector 2. LILO of One ckt of Korba(W) Khedamara 400 kV D/c line at Marwa 3. Establishment of 400/220kV, S/s at Raipur(Raita) Table No: WR-CG-18 Korba(W)St-(500MW) 1. LILO of 400 kV Korba(West)- Bjilai at Raipur (State Sector) DCDS 2. Korba (West) - Khedamara DCDS 400 kV D/C line

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Southern Region System Strengthening Schemes:


System Strengthening in SR-XII Table No : SR-IS-01 1. Establishment of new 400/220 kV substation at Yelahanka with 2x500 MVA transformers and 1x63 MVAR bus reactor 2. LILO of Nelamangla-Hoody 400kV S/c line at Yelahanka 400kV S/S 3. LILO of Somanahalli -Hoody 400kV S/c line at Yelahanka 400kV S/S Table No : SR-IS-02 1. 400/220kV substation at Madhugiri, provision of upgrading this S/S to 765kV level 2. Gooty Madhugiri 400kV D/C line 3. Madhugiri Yelahanka 400kV D/C Quad line Table No : SR-IS-03 1. Salem (New) Somanahalli 400kV Quad D/C line. 2. 1x315 MVA 400/220kV Transformer Augmentation at Hosur 400/230 kV S/S Table No : SR-IS-04 1. North Trissur Kozhikode 400kV Quad D/C line Table No : SR-IS-05 1. Hosur Electronic City 400kV D/C line (This line could be built using Right of Way of the existing Peenya Singarapet 220kV line(presently Yerandahally Hosur line).This right of way could be used by building multi-circuit towers and/or dismantling part of the line depending upon practicability after discussion with beneficiaries) 2. Bay extension at 400/220kV Hosur(PG) and Electronic City(KPTCL)substations. System Strengthening in SR-XVII Table No : SR-IS-06 1. New 400kV substation each at Narendra (GIS) and Kolhapur (GIS)(which shall be later upgraded to 765kV ): 2. Narendra (GIS)-Kolhapur (GIS) 765kV D/C line (initially charged at 400kV)-about 200kms; 3. LILO of both circuits of existing Kolhapur Mapusa 400kV D/C line at Kolhapur(GIS)- about 50kms; 4. Narendra (GIS)- Narendra (existing) 400kV D/C Quad line about 20kms.

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Table No : SR-AP-01 Dedicated Transmission System for Krishnapattanam LTOA Power Projects[Simhapuri(570MW), Meenakshi(900MW), Krishnapatnam Power (Navayuga)(1320MW), Kineta Power(1980MW), Thermal Powertech(1980MW)] Simhapuri(570 MW) /Meenakshi(900 MW) Thermal Powertech (1980 MW) Krishnapatnam Power (Navayuga) (1320 MW) Kineta Power(1980 MW) Simhapuri/Meenakshi Nellore 400 kV D/C (quad) line alongwith associated bays Thermal Powertech generation switchyard Nellore Pooling station 765 kV 2xS/c line alongwith associated bays Krishnapatnam Power (Navayuga)generation switchyard Nellore Pooling station 765 kV 2xS/C line alongwith associated bays Kineta Power generation switchyard Nellore Pooling station 765 kV 2xS/c line alongwith associated bays Table No : SR-AP-02 Common transmission systerm for Krishnapattanam LTOA Power Projects[Simhapuri(570MW), Meenakshi(900MW), Krishnapatnam Power (Navayuga)(1320MW), Kineta Power(1980MW), Thermal Powertech(1980MW)] 1. Establishment of 765/400 kV Nellore Pooling Station with 2X1500MVA transformer capacity 2 LILO of Simhapuri-Nellore 400 kV D/C quad line at Nellore Pooling station

3. Nellore Pooling Station Kurnool 765 kV D/c line.

4. Kurnool Raichur 2nd 765 kV S/C line (1st line under Krishnapatnam UMPP). Table No : SR-AP-03 Transmission system associated with Krishnapatnam Part A and Part C Part-A 1. Krishnapattnam UMPP Nellore 400 kV, Quad D/C line 2. Krishnapattnam UMPP Gooty, 400 kV, Quad D/C line with 63MVAR line reactors at each end on both circuits. Part-C 3. Establishment of new 765/400 kV substation at Kurnool with 2x 1500 MVA ICTs and 1x 240 MVAR bus reactors . 4. Krishnapattnam UMPP Kurnool (New) 400kV, Quad D/C line with 50MVAR line reactor at each end on both circuits. 5. Kurnool (New) Raichur 765kV S/C line

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6. LILO of Nagarjuna Sagar Gooty 400 kV S/C line at Kurnool (New) substation. 7. Kurnool(new)-Kurnool (APTRANSCO) 400 KV D/C QUAD line. Table No : SR-AP-04 Transmission system associated with Krishnapatnam Part B Part-B 1. Establishment of new 765/400 kV substation at , Raichur and Sholapur with 2x 1500 MVA ICTs and 1x 240 MVAR bus reactors at each S/S 2. Establishment of new 765/400 kV substation (GIS) at Pune with 2x1500 MVA transformation capacity 3. LILO of existing Raichur-Gooty 400kV Quad D/C line at Raichur(New) substations 4. Raichur Sholapur 765 kV S/c with 240 MVAR switchable line reactors at each end 5. Sholapur Pune 765 kV S/c with 240

MVAR switchable line reactors at each end

6. LILO of Aurangabad Pune 400kV D/C at Pune (New) 7. LILO of Parli Pune 400kV D/C at Pune (New) Table No : SR-AP-05 Dedicated System for East Coast Energy(1320MW) (Private Sector) East Coast Energy (1320 MW) 1. 2. 3. Generation would be stepped up at 400kV. Bus reactor of 1x125MVAR

East Coast Energy generation switchyard Srikakulam Pooling Station 400kV D/C Quad line alongwith associated bays Table No : SR-AP-06 Common transmission system LTOA Projects in Srikakulam area[East Coast Energy Pvt. Ltd. project(1320 MW)] 1. Establishment of 765/400kV Pooling Station in Srikakulam area with 2x1500 MVA 765/400kV transformer capacity Srikakulam Pooling station Angul 765 kV D/C line(Initially Charged at 400kV) 765/400kV 1x1500 MVA transformer at Angul Angul Jharsuguda 765 kV D/C line Jharsuguda - Dharamjaigarh 765 kV D/C line

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Associated 400 kV and 765kV bays at Srikakulam Pooling station, Angul, Jharsuguda and Dharamjaigarh 765/400kV S/Ss.

Table No : SR-AP-07 Dedicated Transmission System for IPP Projects in vemagiri area[( Spectrum Power(1400 MW), Reliance(2400 MW), GVK Gautami Power Ltd (800 MW), GVK Power (Jegurupadu) Pvt Ltd (800 MW),GMR Energy)] (Private sector) GMR Energy (768 MW) 1. Generation would be stepped up at 400kV. Bus reactor of 1x80 MVAR to be provided at the generation project switchyard 2. GMR Energy switchyard Khammam 400 kV D/C (quad) line alongwith associated bays Spectrum Power(1400 MW) 1. 400 kV quad D/c line to Vemagiri-II pooling station 2. 125 MVAR Bus Reactor at generation switchyard Reliance (2400 MW) 1. 400 kV quad 2xD/c line to Vemagiri-II pooling station 2. 2x125 MVAR Bus Reactor at generation switchyard GVK Gautami Power Ltd 1. Bus extn of the existing switchyard (800 MW) 2. 400 kV D/c line to Vemagiri-II pooling station 3. 80 MVAR Bus Reactor at generation switchyard GVK Power (Jegurupadu) 1. Bus extn of the existing switchyard or LILO of Pvt Ltd (800 MW) one of the existing 400 kV D/c line at new switchyard 2. 400 kV D/c line to Vemagiri-II pooling station 3. 80 MVAR Bus Reactor at generation switchyard Table No : SR-AP-08 Common Transmission System for IPP Projects in vemagiri area[( Spectrum Power(1400 MW), Reliance(2400 MW), GVK Gautami Power Ltd (800 MW), GVK Power (Jegurupadu) Pvt Ltd (800 MW),GMR Energy)] 1. Establishment of 765/400kV GIS Pooling station at Vemagiri with 4x1500 MVA transformer with sectionalisation arrangement to control short circuit MVA LILO of Gazuwaka Vijayawada 400kV S/c line at Vemagiri Pooling Station for initial integration with SR grid and which later shall be bypassed Establishment of 765/400kV GIS Pooling station at Khammam with 2x1500MVA transformers each Hyderabad 765/400 kV S/s Hyderabad (existing) 400 kV D/c (quad) line Khammam 765/400 kV S/s Khammam (existing) 400 kV D/c (quad) line Vemagiri Pooling Station Khammam 765kV 2xD/c line(initally charged at 400kV) Khammam Hyderabad 765 kV 2xD/c line(initally charged at 400kV) Hyderabad Wardha 765 kV D/c line Wardha Jabalpur Pooling station 765 kV D/c

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Establishment of 765/400kV GIS Pooling station at Hyderabad with 2x1500MVA transformers each

Table No : SR-AP-09 Hinduja Vizag(1040 MW) (Private Sector) Lanco Kondapally St-III (Private Sector) Rayalseema St -III (U-6) (State Sector) Yet to be identified. Table No : SR-AP-10 Yet to be planned Table No : SR-AP-11 Yet to be planned Table No : SR-AP-12 Pulichintala(2x30MW)(State Sector) 1. 132Kv Pulichintala HEP-Chillakallu DC line 2. 132Kv bay extensions at Chillakallu Table No : SR-AP-13 Lower Jurala U16(6X40MW)(State Sector) 1. 220Kv Lower Jurala HEP switchyard-220/132Kv Jurala S/S D/C line 2. 400Kv Veltoor -220Kv Jurala S/S ,220Kv D/C line Table No : SR-AP-14 Krishnapatnam STPP(2X800MW)(State Sector) 1. Krishnapattnam - Nellore 400kV Quad D/C line 2. Krishnapattnam - Chittoor 400kV Quad D/C line Table No : SR-AP-15 1. Bhoopalapally-Warangal 2. Bhoopalapally-Gajwel 400 Kv D/C line

Kakatiya(Bhoopalapally) TPPSt-I & II(1x500 + 1x600MW) (State Sect

Table No : SR-KA-01 Torangallu Jindal U3(300MW) 1. Torangallu JSW -Gooty 400kV D/C line (Private Sector) 2. LILO of RTPS- Guttur at Thorangallu JSW S/S Table No : SR-KA-02 1. LILO of one of D/C line b/w Nandikur(Nagarjuna TPP) near Udupi and Hasan to evacuate power of Gundia Power house 2. Step up voltage for Gundia HEP as 400kV Table No : SR-KA-03 1. 'LILO of RTPS-Guttur at BTPS

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2. BTPS-Hirriyur D/C 3. LILO Lingapur-Alipur at BTPS Table No : SR-KA-04 1. Edlapur(1x800MW), being located adjacent to the RTPS project, will be connected to RTPS switchyard through extended bus arrangement 2. Yeramaras (2x800MW) Raichur(New)765/400kV (PGCIL) Sub-station, 400kV Quad D/C line 3. Basavana Bagewadi 400/220kV 2x315 MVA S/S 4. Yeramaras - Basavana Bagewadi 400 kV Quad D/C line 5. Basavana Bagewadi Narendra (PGCIL) 400 kV Twin D/C line Table No : SR-KE-01

Yeramarus (1600 MW) (State Sector) Edlapur(800MW) (State Sector)

Thottiar HEP(2X80MW) (State Sector)

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1. Evacuation at lower level

Table No : SR-TN-01 1. Extending 400 kV D/c of original Vallur TPS transmission from LILO point to Malekottaiyur by suitably utilizing part of the LILO of Kolar-Sriperumbudur line at Melakottaiyur.Kolar Sriperumbudur 400 kV shall be restored as direct lines. 2. Establishment of Tiruvelam 765/400kV switching station initially charged at 400kV 3. Tiruvalam(POWERGRID) - Chitoor400kV D/C quad line Table No : SR-TN-02 Tuticorin JV(500 MW) Tuticorin Madurai 400kV D/c line (Quad (Central Sector) conductor) Table No : SR-TN-03 Wind projects in 1. Kanaraptty (TN Wind) - Kayathar 400 KV, 400 Tirunelveli/Kayathar area kV D/C Twin Moose line. (650MW) (Central Sector) 2. Kayathar - Karaikudi 400 kV D/C Quad line 3. Karaikudi - Pugalur 400 kV D/C Quad line 4. Establishment of 400/230-110 kV S/S with 2x315 MVA 400/230 kV ICT, and 2x200 MVA 400/110kV ICT at Kayathar 5. Pugalur Sholinganallur (Ottiampakkam), 400 kV D/C Quad line Table No : SR-TN-04 Dedicated Transmission System for Tuticorin LTOA Power Projects[(Coastal Vallur JV(500MW) (Central Sector)

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Energen Pvt. Ltd. Project(1200MW), Ind-Barath Power (Madras) Ltd. Project(1320MW)] Coastal Energen Pvt. Ltd. 1. Generation would be stepped up at 400kV Project(1200MW) 2. Coastal Energen generation switchyard Tuticorin Pooling Station 400kV D/C Quad line alongwith associated bays Ind-Barath Power (Madras) 1. Generation would be stepped up at 400kV Ltd. Project(1320MW) 2. Ind-Barath Power generation switchyard Tuticorin Pooling Station 400kV D/C Quad line alongwith associated bays 3. Generation would be stepped up at 400kV Table No : SR-TN-05 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of 765 kV Pooling station in System for Tuticorin LTOA Tuticorin (initially charged at 400 kV) Power Projects[(Coastal 2. LILO of both circuits of Tuticorin JV Madurai Energen Pvt. Ltd. 400 kV D/C Quad line at Tuticorin Pooling Project(1200MW), Ind-Barath Station Power (Madras) Ltd. 3 Salem Pooling Station Salem 400 kV D/C Project(1320MW)] (quad) line. 4. (iv) Tuticorin Pooling station Salem Pooling station 765 kV D/C line (initially charged at 400 kV) 5. Salem Pooling Station Madhugiri Pooling Station 765 kV S/C line (initially charged at 400 kV) 6. Associated 400 kV bays at Tuticorin Pooling station, Salem Pooling Station, Salem and Madhugiri. 7 Establishment of 765 kV Pooling station in Salem (initially charged at 400 kV) Table No : SR-TN-06 Immediate Evacuation for ISGS Projects in Nagapattinam and Cuddalore Area of tamilnadu (NSL Nagaattinam(1320 MW), PPN Power Generating Company (1080 MW) (Private Sector) NSL Nagaattinam(1320 MW) 1. Generation-Switchyard-Nagapattinam Pooling station 400kV D/c quad or HTLS line 2. 125 MVAR bus reactor at generation switchyard. PPN Power Generating 1. Generation-Switchyard-Nagapattinam Company (1080 MW) Pooling station 400kV D/c line 2. 80 MVAR bus reactor at generation switchyard. Table No : SR-TN-07 Common Transmission 1. New 765/400kV Pooling Station at system for ISGS Projects in Nagapattinam (GIS)with sectionalisation Nagapattinam and arrangement to control short circuit MVA Cuddalore Area of tamilnadu (initially charged at 400kV) 2. LILO of Neyveli Trichy 400kV S/c line at Nagapattinam Pooling Station for initial arrangement which later shall be bypassed about 20kms 3. 2 nos. 400kV bays each at Nagapattinam Pooling Station and Salem for terminating

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Nagapattinam Pooling Station Salem 765kV D/C line (initially charged at 400kV)being implemented under Tariff based bidding 4. 1 no. 400kV bay each at Salem and Madhugiri for terminating Salem- Madhugiri 765 kV S/C line -2(initially charged at 400kV) being implemented under Tariff based bidding 5. 2 nos. 400kV bays each at Madhugiri and Narendra for terminating Madhugiri Narendra 765kV D/C line (initially charged at 400kV) being implemented under Tariff based bidding 6. 2 nos. 400kV bays each at Kohlapur ,Padghe & Pune for terminating Kohlapur- Padghe 765kV D/C line (one circuit via Pune) (initially charged at 400kV) being implemented 7. Nagapattanam Pooling Station- Salem 765kV D/c line 8. Nagapattinam Pooling Station- Tiruvalam 765kV D/c line 9. Madhugiri-Bangalore 400kV D/c quad line Table No : SR-TN-08 Yet to be finalised

Table No : SR-TN-09 1. Udangudi TPS - Karaikudi 400 kV D/C Quad line 2. Udangudi TPS - Kayathar 400 kV D/C Quad line Table No : SR-TN-10 Neyveli TS-II Expn(500 1. Neyveli TS-II Expansion Neyveli TS-II 400 MW)(Central Sector) kV 2xS/c 2. Neyveli TS-II- Pugalur 400 kV D/c 3. Pugalur Madurai 400 kV D/c 4. Udumalpet Arasur 400 kV D/c 5. LILO of Ramagundam-Khammam 400 kV S/c at Warrangal 6. LILO of Neyveli Sriperumbudur 400 kVS/c at Pondicherry 7. Establishment of new 400/220 kV substations at Pugalur, Arasur ,Pondicherry and Warrangal with 2x315 MVA transformer each. Table No : SR-TN-11 TN UMPP (Cheyyur UMPP) 1. TNUMPP Tiruvalam 765kV 2xS/C (4000MW)(Private Sector) 2. Tiruvalam Kurnool 765kV S/C line 3. Kurnool Raichur 765kV 2xS/C 4. TNUMPP Salem 765kV S/C line 5. Salem Madhugiri 765kV S/C line Table No : SR-TN-10 Ennore Ext U-1+U-2 Yet to be finalized by STU Udangudi(1600MW)(State Sector)

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Eastern Region System Strengthening Schemes:


Table No: ER-IS-01 1. Sasaram-Daltonganj 400kV D/C line 2. Mandhasal-Uttara 400kV D/C line 3. LILO of Kahalgaon-Biharsharif 400kV D/C line (1st line) at Lakhisarai 4. LILO of Kahalgaon-Biharsharif 400kV D/C line (2st line) at Banka 5. LILO of Meramundali-Jeypore 400kV S/C line at Bolangir 6. LILO of Rangali-Baripada 400kV S/C line at Keonjhar 7. LILO of one Ckt. of Baripada-Mendhasal 400kV D/C line at Dubri(OPTCL) 8. LILO of Jamshedpur-Rourkela 400kV D/C line at Chaibasa 9. Daltonganj(New)) 2x315 MVA, 400/220 kV sub-station. 10. Lakhisarai(New) 2x200 MVA, 400/132 kV sub-station. 11. Banka(New) 2x200 MVA, 400/132 kV sub-station. 12. Bolangir(New) 2x315 MVA, 400/220 kV sub-station. 13. Keonjhar(New) 2x315 MVA, 400/220 kV sub-station. 14. Chaibasa(New) 2x315 MVA, 400/220 kV sub-station. 15. Uttara(New) 2x315 MVA, 400/220 kV sub-station. Table No: ER-IS-02 1. Additional 1X160MVA, 220/132kV Transformer with associated bays at 220/132kV Siliguri Substation 2. Replacement of 1X50MVA, 220/132kV Transformer by 1X160MVA, 220/132kV Transformer with associated bays at 220/132kV Birpara Substation 3. Installation of additional Bay/Breaker against 400kV Malda-Farakka-I feeder at Malda Substation 4. Replacement of 2X50MVA, 220/132kV Transformers by 2X160MVA, 220/132kV Transformers with associated bays at 400/220/132kV Malda Substation Table No: ER-IS-03 1. Establishment of 400/220 kV, 2X500 MVA Rajarhat substation 2. LILO of Subhashgram- Jeerat 400kV S/C line at Rajarhat 3. Rajarhat-Purnea 400 kV D/c line (triple snowbird), with LILO of one circuit at Gokarna and other circuit at Farakka

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Barh-II U1,2 (1320 MW) (Central Sector) Table No: ER-BR-01 Barh-II - Gorakhpur 400kV D/c line (quad)

Barh-I U1,2,3 (1980 MW) (Central Sector)

Nabi Nagar JV (Rly+NTPC) (1000MW) (Central Sector)

Table No: ER-BR-02 1. LILO of Kahalgaon-Patna 400 kV D/c(Quad) at Barh 2. Barh-Balia 400kV D/c line (quad) 3. Balia-Bhiwadi 2500 MW +500 kV HVDC bipole line 4. Seoni-Bina 765kV S/c line 5. Two nos.66kV Earth Electrode lines (2 conductor of Twin Moose) 6. Ext. of Balia , Seoni, Bhiwadi and Bina 400 kV S/s 7. Balia and Bhiwadi HVDC Converter Station Table No: ER-BR-03 Nabinagar-Sasaram 400kV D/C line with twin lapwing

New Nabi Nagar JV (Bihar+NTPC) (1980MW) (Central Sector) Muzzafarpur ext JV MW) (Central Sector)

Table No: ER-BR-04 1. Nabinagar-Gaya 400kV D/C (Quad) line 2. Nabinagar-Patna 400kV D/C (Quad) line 3. Augumentation of Gaya 765/400kV 1x1500 MVA Transformer. Table No: ER-BR-05 (390 Existing System will be adequate

Combined system for Bokaro Expansion(500 MW) & Koderma (Central Sector)

Table No: ER-JH-01 1. Bokaro Extn. - Kodarma 400kV D/C line 2. Kodarma - Gaya 400kV quad D/C line 3. Koderma- Biharsharif 400kV D/C (Quad) line

Table No: ER-JH-02 Dedicated System Adhunik Power, Corporate Power (Phase-I & Phase-II), Essar Power Adhunik Power .(540 MW) 1. Adhunik TPS- Jamshedpur 400kV D/C line (Private Sector) Corporate Phase-I (540MW) 2. Corporate phase-I TPS-Ranchi 400kV D/C (Private Sector) line Corporate Phase-II (540MW) (Private Sector) Essar Power(1200 MW) (Private Sector) 3. Corporate phase-II TPS-Jharkhand Pooling station 400kV D/C line 4. Electrosteel TPS-Jharkhand Pooling station 400kV D/C line

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Table No: ER-JH-03 1. Ranchi Gaya 400 kV (Quad) line via pooling station proposed near Essar / Corporate generation project 2. Ranchi New (765/400kV S/s) Dharamjaygarh / near Korba 765kV S/c 3. Establishment of 400kV Pooling Station (Jharkhand Pool) near Essar and Corporate generation projects. This will be a switching station without ICTs 4. New 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV substation at Varanasi 5. Gaya Varanasi 765 kV S/c 6. LILO of Gaya- Balia S/c line at Varanasi Table No: ER-JH-04 Common system 1. New 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV substation at strengthening for Phase-I Kanpur Generation Projects in 2. Varanasi Kanpur 765 kV D/c Jharkhand [(Adhunik 3. Kanpur Jhatikra 765 kV S/c Power(540 MW), Corporate 4. Kanpur (765/400kV) - Kanpur (Existing) (540+540 MW), Essar 400kV D/C (Quad) Power(1200 MW)]-Part-B 5. Varanasi - Sarnath (UPPCL) 400kV D/c (quad) 6. LILO of Sasaram - Allahabad 400kV line at Varanasi 7. Private Sector line: Dharamjaygarh Jabalpur 765kV D/C line (2nd line) would be under the scope of private sector. Table No: ER-JH-05 Tilaiya UMPP (4000MW) 1. Tilaiyya UMPP - Balia 765 kV D/C line (Private Sector) 2. Tilaiyya UMPP - Gaya 765 kV S/C line 3. LILO of one Ckt.of Tilaiyya UMPP - Balia 765 kV D/C line at Gaya Table No: ER-JH-06 Common System for Tilaiya, 1. Sasaram-Balia 765kV S/C Barh-II and Nabinagar JV 2. Balia-Lucknow 765kV S/C(2nd) (Rly+NTPC) 3. Lucknow -Bareilly 765kV S/C(2nd) 4. Bareilly -Meerut 765kV S/C(2nd) 5. Meerut -Moga 765kV S/C 6. Ranchi-WR Pooling 765kV S/C(2nd) Common system strengthening for Phase-I Generation Projects in Jharkhand [(Adhunik Power(540 MW), Corporate (540+540 MW), Essar Power(1200 MW)]-Part-A Table No: ER-OR-01 Dedicated Transmission System for Phase-I Generation Projects in Orissa[Sterlite TPP U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 MW), Monet Power (1050 MW), GMR(1050 MW), Nav Bharat (1050 MW), Ind Barat(700 MW), Jindal (1200MW), Lanco(2640MW)] Sterlite TPP U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 Sterlite TPP - Jhasuguda 765/400kV Pooling MW) (Private Sector) station 2X400kV D/c line Monet Power (1050 MW) (Private Sector) GMR(1050 MW) (Private Sector) Nav Bharat (1050 MW) Monnet-Angul400kV D/c line GMR-Angul 400kV D/c line Navbharat TPP - Angul 400kV D/C(Quad) line

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(Private Sector) Ind Barat(700 MW) (Private Sector) Jindal (1200MW) (Private Sector) Lanco(2640MW) (Private Sector) Common Transmission System Phase-I Generation Projects in Orissa[Sterlite TPP U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 MW), Monet Power (1050 MW), GMR(1050 MW), Nav Bharat (1050 MW), Ind Barat(700 MW), Jindal (1200MW), Lanco(2640MW)] Part-A

Ind-Barath TPS-Jharsuguda 400 kV D/C line Jindal TPP - Angul 400kV D/C line Lanco-Angul 2X400kV D/c line Table No: ER-OR-02 1. Angul Pooling Station Jharsuguda Pooling Station 765kV 2xS/c 2. LILO of Rourkela Raigarh 400kV D/c at Jharsuguda Pooling station 3. *LILO of Meramundali Jeypore 400kV S/c line at Angul pooling station 4. *LILO of one ckt of Talcher - Meramundali 400kV D/c line at Angul pooling station 5. Establishment of 2x1500 MVA, 765/400kV Pooling Station at Jharsuguda 6. Establishment of 4x1500MVA, 765/400kV Pooling Station at Angul

* These LILO would be later disconnected when Angul pooling station is developed Table No: ER-OR-03 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of 765kV switching station at System Phase-I Generation Dharamjaygarh / near Korba Projects in Orissa[Sterlite TPP 2. Establishment of 765/400kV Pooling Station U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 MW), at Jabalpur Monet Power (1050 MW), 3. Jharsuguda Pooling Station Dharamjaygarh GMR(1050 MW), Nav Bharat / near Korba (WR) 765kV D/c (1050 MW), Ind Barat(700 4. LILO of Ranchi WR Pooling near Sipat MW), Jindal (1200MW), 765kV S/c line at Dharamjaygarh / near Lanco(2640MW)] Part-B Korba 5. Dharamjaygarh / near Korba Jabalpur Pooling Station 765kV D/c line 6. Jabalpur Pooling Station Jabalpur 400 kV D/c (high capacity) line Table No: ER-OR-04 Common Transmission 1. Jabalpur Pooling Station Bina 765kV D/c System Phase-I Generation line Projects in Orissa[Sterlite TPP 2. Bina Gwalior 765kV S/c (3rd circuit) U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 MW), 3. Gwalior - Jaipur 765kV S/c line (2nd circuit) Monet Power (1050 MW), 4. Jaipur - Bhiwani 765kV S/c line GMR(1050 MW), Nav Bharat (1050 MW), Ind Barat(700 MW), Jindal (1200MW), Lanco(2640MW)] Part-C Table No: ER-OR-05 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of 2x1500MVA, 765/400kV System Phase-I Generation Bhopal Pooling Station Projects in Orissa[Sterlite TPP 2. Jabalpur Pool Bhopal Indore 765kV S/c U 1&2, 3&4 (2400 MW), 3. Bhopal New substation Bhopal (M.P.) Monet Power (1050 MW), 400kV D/c (high capacity) GMR(1050 MW), Nav Bharat

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(1050 MW), Ind Barat(700 MW), Jindal (1200MW), Lanco(2640MW)] Part-D Table No: ER-SM-01 Dedicated Transmission System for Phase-I Generation Projects in Sikkim[Teesta III HEP(1200MW), Teesta-VI(500 MW), Rangit-IV (120 MW), Chujachen (99MW), Bhasmey (51 MW), Jorethang Loop(96 MW), Rongnichu(96 MW)] Teesta III HEP(1200MW) Teesta-III Karandighi 400kV D/c line with Quad (Private Sector) Moose conductor Teesta-VI(500 MW) (Private Sector) Rangit-IV (120 MW) (Private Sector) Bhasmey (51 MW) (Private Sector) Jorethang Loop(96 MW) (Private Sector) Rongnichu(96 MW) (Private Sector) Teesta-VI-Rangpo 220kV D/C(twin moose) Rangit-IV-New Melli 220kV D/Cline LILO of one ckt. Chujachan-Rangpo 132kV D/c at Bhasmey Jorrethang-New Melli 220kV D/Cline Rongnichu-New Melli 220 kV D/c line

Table No: ER-SM-02 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of New 2x315 MVA, 400kV subSystem for Phase-I station at Kishanganj Generation Projects in 2. LILO of Siliguri (Existing) Purnea 400kV D/c Sikkim[Teesta III line(quad) at new pooling station at Kishanganj HEP(1200MW), Teesta3. LILO of Siliguri (Existing) Purnea 400kV D/c VI(500 MW), Rangit-IV (120 line (on which re-conductoring with high capacity MW), Chujachen (99MW), HTLS conductor is undertaken by PGCIL) at Bhasmey (51 MW), Kishanganj with construction of LILO portion to Jorethang Loop(96 MW), be made by Quad moose conductor line. Rongnichu(96 MW)]- Part-A 4. LILO of Siliguri Dalkhola 220kV D/c line at new pooling station at Kishanganj Table No: ER-SM-03 Common 1. (a). Establishment of 16x105MVA, 1 ph, 400/220kV Transmission System and 3x100MVA 220/132kV, Gas Insulated Substation for Phase-I at Rangpo Generation Projects 1. (b). Establishment of 3x100MVA 220/132kV trf at in Sikkim[Teesta III Rangpo GIS HEP(1200MW), 2. Establishment of 220kV Switching station at New Melli Teesta-VI(500 MW), 3. LILO of Teesta III Kishanganj 400kV Quad D/c line Rangit-IV (120 MW), (to be constructed through JV route) at Rangpo Chujachen (99MW), 4. New Melli - Rangpo 220kV D/c line (with twin Moose Bhasmey (51 MW), conductor) Jorethang Loop(96 5. LILO of Gangtok-Rangit 132kV S/c line at Rangpo and MW), Rongnichu(96 termination of Gangtok-Rangpo/Chujachen and Melli MW)]- Part-B Rangpo/Chujachen 132kV lines (constructed under part-A through LILO of Gangtok-Melli 132kV S/c line upto Rangpo) at Rangpo sub-station 6. LILO of Existing Teesta V Siliguri 400kV D/c line at Rangpo 7. Kishanganj Patna 400kV D/c (quad) line

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Table No: ER-SM-04 Dedicated Transmission System for Phase-II Generation Projects in Sikkim[Dikchu(96 MW), Panan(300 MW), Ting Ting(99 MW), Tashiding(97 MW)] Dikchu(96 MW) LILO of Mangan-Gangtok 132kV (Zebra Cond.) at (Private Sector) Dikchu Panan(300 MW) Panan-Mangan 400kV D/C line (Private Sector) Ting Ting(99 MW) Tingting- Tashiding PS 220kV D/C line (Private Sector) Tashiding(97 MW) Tashiding- Tashiding PS 220kV D/C line (Private Sector) Table No: ER-SM-05 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of 4x105MVA, Single Phase, System for Phase-II 400/132kV pooling station at Mangan. Generation Projects in 2. LILO of Teesta-III Karandighi 400kV D/c line Sikkim[Dikchu(96 MW), at Mangan Panan(300 MW), Ting 3. Mangan Karandighi 400kV D/c line with quad Ting(99 MW), Tashiding(97 moose conductor MW)] Part-A 4. New Melli Rangpo 220kV D/c with twin moose conductor (2nd line) Table No: ER-SM-06 Common Transmission 1. Establishment of 220kV Gas Insulated System for Phase-II Pooling/Switching Station near Tashiding Generation Projects in 2. Pooling station near Tashiding New Melli Sikkim[Dikchu(96 MW), 220kV D/c with twin moose conductor Panan(300 MW), Ting Ting(99 3. Dikchu HEP- Gangtok 132kV D/c with Zebra MW), Tashiding(97 MW)] Partconductor. B 4. Dikchu HEP- Mangan (PG) 132kV D/c line with Zebra conductor.

Durgapur DPL New(U-8) (250 MW) (State Sector) Combined ATS for Durgapur(1000MW) & Raghunathpur(1000MW) (Central Sector)

Table No: ER-WB-01 DPL-Bidhannagar 400kV D/C line

Table No: ER-WB-02 1. LILO of one ckt of Durgapur(PG)-Jamshedpur 400kV line at Durgapur (400kV D/C Lilo line) 2. LILO of one ckt of Maithon(PG)-Ranchi 400kV line at Ragunathpur (400kV D/C Lilo line) 3. Durgapur(Gen)-Raghunathpur 400kV D/C line 4. Raghunathpur-Ranchi 400kV quad D/C line Table No: ER-WB-03 1. Mejia-Maithon PG 400kV D/C line 2. LILO of one circuit of 400kV D/C Maithon Jamshedpur (PG) line at Mejia Table No: ER-WB-04 1. Maithon - Gaya 400kV quad D/C line 2. Gaya - Sasaram 765kV S/C line 3. Gaya-Balia 765kV S/C

Mejia-Ph-II(1000MW) (Central Sector)

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4. Balia-Lucknow 765kV S/C 5. LILO of both circuits of Allahabad - Mainpuri 400kV D/C line at Fatehpur 765/400kV substation of POWERGRID 6. Ranchi-WR Pooling 765kV S/C 7. Sasaram-Fatehpur(PG 765kV s/s) 765kV S/C line 8. Fatehpur(PG 765kV s/s) - Agra 765kV S/C line 9. Biharsharif Sasaram(PG 765kV s/s) 400kV quad D/C line 10. 40% Series compensation of Barh-Balia 400kV quad D/C line at Balia end 11. 40% Series compensation of Biharsharif-Balia 400kV quad D/C line at Biharsharif /Balia end 12. Lucknow 765/400kV new sub-station Lucknow 400/220kV existing sub-station 400 kV quad 2xD/c line 13. Bareilly 765/400kV new sub-station Bareilly 400/220kV existing sub-station 400 kV quad 2xD/c line ( to match with NKSTPP System) 14. Ranchi 765/400kV new sub-station Ranchi 400/220kV existing sub-station 400 kV quad 2xD/c 15. LILO of both circuits of Barh - Balia 400kV D/C quad line at Patna 16 Establishment of Gaya 765/400kV Substation with 3X1500 MVA transformers 17 Establishment of Sasaram 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers 18 Establishment of Ranchi 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers 19 Establishment of Fathepur 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers 20 Establishment of Agra 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers 21 Establishment of Balia 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers 22 Establishment of Lucknow 765/400kV Substation with 2X1500 MVA transformers Table No: ER-WB-05 1. New 2x315MVA, 400/220kV AC Pooling Station at Alipurduar 2. Extension of +800 kV HVDC station with 3000 MW inverter module at Agra 3. LILO of Bishwanath Chariyali Agra HVDC line at new pooling station in Alipurduar for parallel operation of the HVDC station 4. LILO of Bongaigaon Siliguri 400kV D/c line(quad) ( under Pvt. Sector) at new pooling station in Alipurduar 5. LILO of Tala-Siliguri 400kV D/c line at new pooling station in Alipurduar.

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6. LILO of Birpara-Salakati 220kV D/c line at new pooling station in Alipurduar 8. Earth Electrode line at Agra HVDC Terminal 9. Earth Electrode line at new pooling station at Alipurduar 12. HVDC sub-station with + 800 kV, 3000MW converter module at new pooling station at Alipurduar. Table No: ER-WB-06 Farakka STPS- Kahalgaon 400kV D/C (2nd line) Table No: ER-WB-06 CESC Haldia-Subhasgram 400 kV D/C line Table No: ER-WB-07 1. LILO of Farakka- subhasgram 400kV S/C line at Sagardighi TPS 2. Sagardighi-Parulia(PG) 400kV D/C line 3. Sagardighi-Gokarna 400kV D/C line 4. Sagardighi-Gokarna 220kV D/C line 5. Gokarna-Chanditala 400kV D/C line Table No: ER-WB-08 DPL-Bidhannagar 400kV D/C line

Farakka-III (500MW) (Central Sector) CESC Haldia(600 MW) (Private Sector) Sagardighi-I & II (600 MW) (State Sector)

Durgapur DPL New(U-8) (250 MW) (State Sector)

Eastern Region System Strengthening Schemes of STUs: Table No: ER-SS-WB 1. LILO of Kolaghat-Baripada 400kV S/C line at Kharagpur 2. Chanditala- Subhashgram 400kV D/C line 3. Kharagpur-Jamshedpur 400kV D/C line 4. Chanditala- Kharagpur 400kV D/C line 5. Parulia PSS- Ranchi 400kV D/C line

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Northern-Eastern System Strengthening Schemes:


Table No: NER-IS-01 Strengthening of Transmission 1. LILO of one ckt (2nd) of Silchar - Bongaigaon in NER Phase-II 400kV D/c at Byrnihat 2. LILO of Balipara-Khupi 132kV S/c at Bhalukpong 3. NER PP (Biswanath Chariali) - Itanagar (Zebra conductor) 132kV D/c line 4. LILO of one ckt of Pallatana-Silchar 400kV D/c at P. K. Bari 5. Extension of Bhalukpong PG 132/33kV S/s 6. Extension of P. K. Bari 400/132kV with 4 single phase units of 50 MVA)

Northern-Eastern Evacuation Schemes:


Pare Dikrong HEP (110MW) (Central Sector) Table No: NER-ArP-01 1. LILO of RHEP-Nirjouli 132kV S/c line at Dikrong HEP 2. LILO of one ckt of RHEP-Edavger 132kV D/c line at Dikrong HEP Table No: NER-ArP-02 1. Kameng-Balipara 2. Balipara-Bongaigaon (Quad) Table No: NER-ArP-03 Lower-Subansiri-Biswanath Chariyali(PP) 2XD/C (Twin Lapwing) Table No: NER-ArP-04 Combined Transmission 1. Biswanath Chariyali Agra +800 kV, 6000 system for Transfer of Power MW HVDC bi-pole line from NER to NR/WR 2. LILO of Ranganadi Balipara 400kV D/C line at Biswanath Chariyali (Pooling Point) 3. Biswanath Chariyali Biswanath Chariyali (AEGCL) 132 kV D/c line 4. Establishment of 400/132 kV Pooling Station at Biswanath Chariyali with 2x200MVA, 400/132/33 kV transformers alongwith associated bays. 5. HVDC rectifier module of 3,000 MW at Biswanath Chariyali and inverter module of 3,000 MW capacity at Agra. 6. Balipara-Biswanath Chariyali(PP) D/C 400kV Lower Subansiri (2000MW) (Central Sector)

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RHO(30 MW) (Private Sector) Khuitam(33 MW) (Private Sector) Demwe Lower (341 MW) (Private Sector)

D/c line 7. LILO of 132kV Deopata-Gohpur S/C at Biswanath Chariyali(PP) Table No: NER-ArP-05 Yet to be planned Table No: NER-ArP-06 Khuitam - Dinchang 220 kV D/c line Table No: NER-ArP-07 1. Demwe Lower - Kathalguri 400 kV D/c line via Namsai PP 2. 400 kV operation of Kathalguri - Misa D/c line 3. Establishment of 400/220 kV, 630 MVA Mariani S/s Table No: NER-ArP-08 System Yet to be Planned Table No: NER-ArP-09 System Yet to be Planned

Tawang-I (400 MW) (Central Sector) Tawang-II (600 MW) (Central Sector)

Combined System for Bongaigaon TPP (750MW) & Pallatana (726 MW) (Central Sector) in Assam

Table No: NER-AS-01 1. Silchar-Badarpur (PG) Switching Satation 132kV D/c line 2. Silchar-P. K. Bari (TSECL) 400kV D/c line (charged at 132 kV) 3. Silchar - Melriat New PG 400kV D/c line (charged at 132kV) 4. Silchar - Imphal 400kV D/c line (charged at 132kV) 5. Melriat (New)-Melriat (Mizoram) 132kV D/c line 6. 7. 8. Silchar-Srikona (AEGCL) 132kV D/c line Silchar-Hailakandi (AEGCL) 132kV D/c line

LILO of Loktak-Imphal (PG) 132kV D/c line at Imphal (New) 9. LILO of one ckt of Kathalguri-Misa 400 kV D/C at Mariani (New) (charged at 220 kV) 10. Mariani (New)-Mokokchung (PG) 220kV D/c line 11. Mokokchung (PG)-Mokokchung (Nagaland) 132kV D/c line with Zebra conductor 12. Passighat-Roing 132kV S/c line 13. Roing-Tezu 132kV S/c line 14. Tezu-Namsai 132 kV s/c line 15. Establishment of 400/132kV Silchar S/S (2x200 MVA) 16. Establishment of Melriat 132/33kV S/S (upgradable to 400 kV) (2x50 MVA) 17. Establishment of 132/33kV Imphal (New) S/S (upgradable to 400 kV) (2x50 MVA)

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18. Establishment of Mariani (Switching Station) (upgradable to 400 kV) 19. Establishment of Mokokchung 220/132kV S/S (2x50 MVA) 20. Establishment of Roing 132/33kV S/S (2x15 MVA) 21. Establishment of Tezu 132/33 S/S (2x15 MVA) 22. Establishment of Namsai 132kV S/S (2x15 MVA) 23. Bus Reactor at Silchar (2x63 MVAR) 24. Bus Reactor at Bongaigaon (1x80 MVAR) 25. 50 MVAR line reactors in each ckt of PallatanaSilchar 400 kV D/C line at Silchar end 26. 63 MVAR line reactors in each ckt of SilcharBongaigaon 400 kV D/C line at Silchar and Bongaigaon ends 27. Step up at Bongaigaon TPS to 400kV with Capacity augmentation (2x315 MVA transformers) 29. Step up at Pallatana GBPP to 400kV with capacity augmentation (2x200 MVA transformers) 30. 50 MVAR line reactors in each ckt of PallatanaSilchar 400 kV D/C line at Pallatana end 31. 80 MVAR bus reactor at Pallatana GBPP 32. LILO of both ckts of Silchar - Bongaigaon 400kV D/C line at Guwahati New (Azara) 33. Establishment of New Guwahati (Azara) 400/220kV substation (2x315 MVA) 34. 63 MVAR line reactors in each ckt of AzaraBongaigaon 400 kV D/C line at Azara end 35. 63 MVAR bus reactor at Azara end 36. LILO of both ckt of Agia - Guwahati 220 kV D/C at Guwahati New (Azara) PG 38. LILO of one ckt of Silchar-Bongaigaon 400 kV D/C line at Byrnihat 39. Establishment of Byrnihat 400/220kV S/S (2x315 MVA) 40. 63 MVAR line reactor at Byrnihat for SilcharByrnihat line 41. 63 MVAR bus reactor at Byrnihat 42. BTPS-(NTPC)-Bongaigaon S/S(PG) 400kV D/c line 43. Pallatana-silchar 400kV D/c line 44. Silchar-Bongaigaon 400kV D/c line 45. Pallatana - Surajmani Nagar 400kV D/c line (charged at 132kV)

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Table No: NER-AS-02 Yet to be planned

New Umtru (40 MW) (State Sector) Bairabi dam (80 MW) (State Sector) Monarchak(105 MW) (Central Sector)

Table No: NER-ML-01 Yet to be planned Table No: NER-MZ-01 Yet to be planned Table No: NER-TR-01 1. Monarchak-Badarghat-KumarghatBadarpur Sw. Stn 132kV D/c line 2. Monarchak-Rabindra nagar 132kV D/c line 3. Establishment of Rabindra Nagar 132/33kV Substation 2x25 MVA) 4. Establishment of Badarghat (Agartala New) 132/33kV Substation (2x25 MVA)

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System Strengthening in Arunachal Pradesh (Phase-II) Table No: NER-SS-ArP Palin-Koloriang 132kV S/c line LILO of Ziro-Daporijo 132 kV D/C at Basar Roing - Anini 132kV S/c line Along - Reying 132kV S/c line Along - Yingkiong 132kV S/c line Establishment of Palin 132/33kV substation (7x5 MVA single Phase) 7. Establishment of Koloriang 132/33kV Substation (7x5 MVA single Phase) 8. Establishment of Basar 132/33kV Substation (7x5 MVAsingle Phase) 9. Establishment of Yingkiong 132/33kV Substation (7x5 MVA single Phase) 10. Establishment of Roing 132/33kV Substation (7x5 MVA single Phase) 11. Establishment of Reying 132/33kV Substation (7x5 MVA single Phase) 12. Establishment of Anini 132/33kV Substation (4x5 MVA single Phase) 13. Ziro 132/33kV Substation (Aug.) (4x8 MVA) 14. Daporijo 132/33kV Substation (Aug.) (2x12.5 MVA) 15. Along 132/33kV Substation (Aug.) (7x5 MVA) 16. Ziro - Palin 132kV S/c line Table No: NER-SS-AS 1. LILO of one Ckt of BTPS - Rangia 220kV D/c line at Bornagar 2. LILO of one Ckt of Kathalguri - Tinsukia 220kV D/c line at Makum 3. Bornagar - Barpeta 132kV D/c line 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

LILO of Barnagar - Rangia at 132kV D/c line Pathsala LILO of Rangia - Rowta 132kV D/c line at Tangla LILO of one ckt of Rowta - Depota 132kV D/c line at Dhekiajuli Amingaon - Hazo 132kV D/c line Kukurmara (400/220/132) - Mirza 132kV D/c line Kamakhya - Paltanbazar (UG cable) 132kV S/c line Jagi Road - Nagaon 132kV D/c line Nagaon - Dhing 132kV S/c line LILO of one Ckt of Samaguri - Lanka 132kV D/c line at Baithalangso LILO of Golaghat - Bokajan 132kV D/c line at Sarupathar LILO of Jorhat - Nazira 132kV D/c line at Teok LILO of one ckt. of Tinsukia-Margherita 132kV D/c line at Makum Sonabil - Tezpur New 132kV D/c line LILO of one ckt of Sonabil - Gohpurc132kV D/c line at Borgong LILO of Gohpur - N. Lakhimpur 132kV D/c line at Bihpuria Hailakandi - Karimganj 132kV S/c line Agia - Sunpora (Mankachar) 132kV S/c line Establishment of Bornagar 220/132kV substation (2x100 MVA) Makum 220/132kV substation (Extension of Tinsukia) (2x100 MVA) Establishment of Barpeta 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Pathsala 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Tangla 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Dhekiajuli 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Hazo 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Mirza 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Paltanbazar 132/33kV substation (2x40 MVA) Establishment of Dhing 132/33kV substation (2x16 MVA) Establishment of Baithalangshu 132/33kV substation (2x16 MVA) Establishment of Sarupathar 132/33kV substation (2x16 MVA) Establishment of Teok 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) Establishment of Makum 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA)

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35. Establishment of Tezpur New 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) 36. Establishment of Borgaon 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) 37. Establishment of Bihpuria 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) 38. Establishment of Karimganj 132/33kV substation (2x25 MVA) 39. Establishment of Sunpora (Mankachar) 132/33kV substation (2x16 MVA) 40. Namrup 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x100 MVA) 41. Dhaligaon 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x40 MVA) 42. Narengi 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x40 MVA) 43. Samaguri 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x40 MVA) 44. Bokajan 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x25 MVA) 45. Sibasagar 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2x40 MVA) Table No: NER-SS-MR 1. Rengpang - Tamenglong 132kV S/c line 2. Tamenglong - Karong 132kV S/c line 3. LILO of Imphal - Karong 132kV D/c line at Gamphajol 4. Kakching - Thoubal 132kV S/c line 5. Kakching - Moreh 132kV S/c line 6. Kongba - Thoubal 132kV S/c line 7. LILO of Karong - Kohima 132kV D/c line at Maram 8. Establishment of Tamenglong 132/33kV substation (1x20 MVA) 9. Establishment of Gamphajol 132/33kV substation (1x20 MVA) 10. Establishment of Thoubal 132/33kV substation (1x20 MVA) 11. Establishment of Moreh 132/33kV substation (2x12.5 MVA) 12. Establishment of Maram 132/33kV substation (2x12.5 MVA) 13. Jiribam 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA) 14. Rengpang 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA) 15. Kongba 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA) 16. Ukhrul 132/33kV substation (Aug.) (2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA) 17. Ningthoukhong 132/33kV substation (upgradation of 12.5 MVA tfr) (1x20 MVA) 18. Gamphajol 132/33kV substation (Aug.)(2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA) 19. Thoubal 132/33kV substation (2nd tfr) (1x20 MVA)

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System Strengthening in Mizoram (Phase-II)

System Strengthening in Tripura (Phase-II)

Table No: NER-SS-MZ Marpara - Lungsen 132kV S/c line routed via Thenhlum 2. Lungsen-Chawngte 132kV S/c line (charged at 33 kV) 3. Chawngte-S. Bungtlang 132kV S/c line (charged at 33 kV) 4. Lawngtlai - Tuipang 132kV S/c line (charged at 33 kV) Table No: NER-SS-TR 1. Bodhjung Nagar - Jirania 132kV S/c line 2. LILO of Agartala-Khowai 132kV D/c line at Haizamara 3. Udaipur - Bagafa 132kV D/c line 4. Bagafa - Belona 132kV D/c line 5. Rabindranagar - Belonia 132kV D/c line 6. Belonia - Sabroom 132kV D/c line charged at 66kV 7. Jirania (2x12.5 MVA) 8. Establishment of Jirania (1x10 MVA) 9. (a) Establishment of Haizamara 132/33kV Substation (2x12.5 MVA) 9 .(b) Establishment of Haizamara 132/11kV Substation (2x10 MVA) 10.(a) Establishment of Bagafa 132/33kV Substation (2x12.5 MVA) 10.(b) Establishment of Bagafa 132/66kV Substation (1x30 MVA) 10.(c) Establishment of Bagafa 132/11kV Substation (2x10 MVA) 10.(a) Establishment of Belonia 132/66kV Substation (1x30 MVA) 11.(b) Establishment of Belonia 132/33kV Substation (2x25 MVA) 11.(c) Establishment of Belonia 132/11kV Substation (2x10 MVA) 12. Udaipur 132/66kV Substation(Aug.) (1x30 MVA) 1.

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TRANSMISSION SCHEME DETAILS FOR POWER PROJECTS IN BHUTAN

Table No: BH-01 1. Punatsangchu I - Lhamoizingkha (Bhutan Border) 2X 400 kV D/c line 2. Lhamoizingkha (Bhutan Border) Alipurduar 400kV D/C with Quad Moose Conductor 3. LILO of 220 kV Bosochhu-II-Tsirang S/c line at Punatsangchu-I 4. 3x105 MVA ICT at Punatsangchu 5. 1x80 MVAR Bus reactor at Punatsangchu Table No: BH-01 Phunatsangchu St-II(990 MW) LILO of Punatsangchu I - Lhamoizingkha (Bhutan Border) 400 kV D/c line at Punatsangchu-II Phunatsangchu St-I (1200 MW) Table No: BH-03 1. Mangdechu HEP-Goling 400kV 2XS/c line 2. Goling-Jigmeling 400kV D/c line 3. Jigmeling-Alipurduar 400kV D/c line(Quad)

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