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HARYANA POWER GENERATION CORPORATION LTD.

DETAILED FEASIBILITY REPORT


(FINAL)

FOR

800 MW COAL BASED POWER PLANT AT PANIPAT THERMAL


POWER STATION, PANIPAT, HARYANA
SUBMITTED BY

(An ISO 9001:2008 certified Company)

STEAG Energy Services India Pvt. Ltd.


(Formerly Evonik Energy Services India Pvt. Ltd.)
(A wholly owned subsidiary of STEAG Energy Services GmbH, Germany)

A-29, Sector-16, NOIDA-201301, India


DECEMBER 2014

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PROJECT

800 MW COAL BASED POWER PLANT AT PANIPAT


THERMAL POWER STATION, PANIPAT, HARYANA

CLIENT

HARYANA POWER GENERATION CORPORATION LIMITED

DOCUMENT TITLE

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IDENTIFICATION-NO.

ETPD043

Index
(Revision)

Date

Description

Prep. By
Sign (Initial)

Revw. By
Sign. (Initial)

Apprvd. By
Sign (Initial)

R3

08.12.14

Final

Amit K Singh

S Asthana

KD Paul

R2

10.11.14

Final

Amit K Singh

S Asthana

KD Paul

R1

22.07.14

Revised Draft

Amit K Singh

S Asthana

KD Paul

R0

27.03.14

Draft

Amit K Singh

S Asthana

KD Paul

Steag Energy Services India Pvt. Ltd.


A-29, Sector-16, NOIDA-201301, India
Phone (+91) -120- 4625000
Fax
(+91) -120- 4625100

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ABBREVATIONS
AC

ALTERNATE CURRENT

ACW

AUXILIARY COOLING WATER

AHP

ASH HANDLING PLANT

BOP

BALANCE OF PLANT

BFP

BOILER FEED PUMP

BMCR

BOILER MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS RATING

BMS

BURNER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

CACA

CLOSED AIR CIRCUIT AIR COOLED

CACW

CLOSED AIR CIRCUIT WATER COOLED

CEA

CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY

CERC

CENTRAL ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION

CHP

COAL HANDLING PLANT

CRT

CATHODE RETUBE

CW

CIRCULATING WATER

COD

COMMERCIAL OF DATE

CRH

COLD RE-HEATER

DCRTPP

DEENBANDHU CHHOTU RAM THERMAL POWER PLANT

DCS

DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM

DC

DIRECT CURRENT

DG

DIESEL GENERATOR

DFR

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DM

DEMINERALISATION

ECL

EASTERN COALFIELDS LIMITED

EHG

ELECTRO HYDRAULIC GOVERNING SYSTEM

EPABX

ELECTRONIC PRIVATE AUTOMATIC BRANCH EXCHANGE

EOT

ELECTRIC OVERHEAD TURNING

EPC

ENGINEERING PROCUREMENT & CONSTRUCTION

ESP

ELECTRO STATIC PRECIPITATOR

FGD

FLUE-GAS DESULFURIZATION

GIS

GAS INSULATED SUBSTATION

GCV

GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE

HP

HIGH PRESSURE

HPGCL

HARYANA POWER GENERATION CORPORATION LIMITED

HRH

HOT REHEAT

HSEB

HARYANA STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD

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HSD

HIGH SPEED DIESEL

HFO

HEAVY FUEL OIL

ICT

INTERCONNECTING TRANSFORMER

IDC

INTEREST DURING CONSTRUCTION

IP

INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE

LT

LOW TENSION

LP

LOW PRESSURE

KV

KILO VOLT

LDO

LIGHT DIESEL OIL

MCL

MAHANADI COALFIELDS LIMITED

MCR

MAXIMUM CONTINOUS RATING

MoEF

MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & FORESTS

MW

MEGAWATT

MT

METRIC TONNE

MS

MAIN STEAM

NH

NATIONAL HIGHWAY

NCL

NORTHERN COALFIELDS LIMITED

O&M

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

OWS

OPERATOR WORK STATIONS

PCB

POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

PLCC

POWER LINE CARRIER COMMUNICATION

PLC

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER

PLF

PLANT LOAD FACTOR

PTPS

PANIPAT THERMAL POWER STATION

SCADA

SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION

SG

STEAM GENERATOR

STG

STEAM TURBINE GENERATOR

TEFC

TOTALLY ENCLOSED FAN COOLED

TETV

TOTALLY ENCLOSED TUBE VENTILATED

TMCR

TURBINE MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS RATING

TPS

THERMAL POWER STATION

TPH

TONN PER HOUR

UPSEB

UTTAR PRADESH STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD

UAT

UNIT AUXILIARY TRANSFORMER

VWO

VALVE WIDE OPEN

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTIONS
PAGE
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...................................................................................... 9
1.0
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................... 13
2.0
SALIENT FEATURES ............................................................................. 15
2.1

3.0

SALIENT FEATURES ................................................................................ 16

PLANT LOCATION & INPUT REQUIRED .............................................. 18

3.1

PLANT LOCATION AND ACCESS ............................................................. 19

3.2

PLANT LAYOUT ...................................................................................... 19

3.3

INPUTS REQUIRED FOR PROPOSED PROJECT ........................................... 19

3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6

3.4

4.0

Land ........................................................................................................... 19
Access ........................................................................................................ 20
Water availability and conveyance .............................................................. 21
Fuel availability and Transportation ............................................................ 21
Construction Power .................................................................................... 21
Power Evacuation........................................................................................ 21

ASH DISPOSAL ....................................................................................... 22

SELECTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND UNIT SIZE ................................. 23

4.1

SELECTION OF FUEL ............................................................................... 24

4.2

FIRING ARRANGEMENTS FOR STEAM GENERATOR .................................. 24

4.3

CAPACITY SELECTION ............................................................................ 24

5.0

DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR SYSTEMS................................................... 26

5.1

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 27

5.2

STEAM GENERATOR AND ACCESSORIES ................................................. 27

5.2.1

Electrostatic Precipitator ............................................................................. 27

5.3.1
5.3.2

Turbine ...................................................................................................... 28
Condenser .................................................................................................. 29

5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7

Raw Water Supply & Treatment Plant .......................................................... 30


Water Treatment Plant ................................................................................ 31
Condenser Cooling Water (CCW) System ..................................................... 31
Auxiliary Cooling Water (ACW) System ........................................................ 31
DM Plant ..................................................................................................... 32
Service and Potable Water Systems ............................................................. 32
Effluent Recycling and Reuse System .......................................................... 32

5.3

5.4

STEAM TURBINE AND ACCESSORIES ....................................................... 28

WATER SYSTEM ...................................................................................... 29

5.5

COAL HANDLING PLANT ........................................................................ 34

5.6

ASH HANDLING SYSTEM......................................................................... 35

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5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4

Bottom Ash System .................................................................................... 35


Coarse Ash System ..................................................................................... 36
Fly Ash System ........................................................................................... 36
Ash Disposal Area ...................................................................................... 36

5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.7.5
5.7.6
5.7.7
5.7.8
5.7.9

Fuel Oil System ........................................................................................... 36


Compressed Air System .............................................................................. 37
Air Conditioning System ............................................................................. 37
Ventilation System ...................................................................................... 38
Chemical Dosing System ............................................................................ 39
Chlorination Plant ....................................................................................... 39
Hydrogen Gas System ................................................................................. 39
Cranes, Hoists and Elevators ...................................................................... 40
Fire Protection System ................................................................................ 40

5.8.1
5.8.2
5.8.3
5.8.4
5.8.5
5.8.6
5.8.7
5.8.8
5.8.9
5.8.10
5.8.11
5.8.12
5.8.13
5.8.14
5.8.15
5.8.16
5.8.17
5.8.18
5.8.19
5.8.20
5.8.21

General Description .................................................................................... 41


General Principles of Design Concept ......................................................... 41
Electrical System Arrangement ................................................................... 41
Generator ................................................................................................... 43
Transformers .............................................................................................. 45
Bus Duct ..................................................................................................... 46
Neutral Grounding Equipment .................................................................... 46
415v Switchgear, Motor Control Centres (MCC) & Distribution Boards (DB) 46
Electric Motors ........................................................................................... 47
Control & Relaying...................................................................................... 47
Protective System ....................................................................................... 48
Intercommunication System ....................................................................... 48
Illumination System .................................................................................... 48
400 kV Switchyard ...................................................................................... 49
Power & Control Cables .............................................................................. 49
Plant DC System ......................................................................................... 49
Lightning Arrestors .................................................................................... 49
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System ......................... 50
Emergency Power Supply System ................................................................ 50
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System ................................................ 50
Generator and Switchyard Protection & Control .......................................... 50

5.7

5.8

MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS ..................................................................... 36

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ............................................................................ 41

5.9

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM .......................................... 51

5.10

CIVIL ENGINEERING ASPECTS ................................................................. 52

5.10.1
5.10.2
5.10.3
5.10.4
5.10.5

Geo-Technical Investigations & Soil Profile................................................. 52


Main Plant Building ..................................................................................... 52
Boiler Structure ........................................................................................... 52
Transformer Bay ......................................................................................... 53
Switchyard .................................................................................................. 53

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6.0

5.10.6 Chimney ..................................................................................................... 53


5.10.7 Coal Handling System ................................................................................. 53
5.10.8 Water System .............................................................................................. 53
5.10.9 Natural Draught Cooling Towers ................................................................ 53
5.10.10
Miscellaneous Buildings ...................................................................... 54

6.1

7.0

ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ................................................................ 55


INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 56

PROJECT COST ESTIMATES AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS................ 57

7.1

BASIS OF COST ESTIMATES..................................................................... 58

7.2

CIVIL WORKS.......................................................................................... 58

7.3

MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORKS ................................................. 58

7.4

INVESTMENT COST ................................................................................ 58

7.5

ASSUMPTIONS........................................................................................ 59

7.6

OPERATING COST .................................................................................. 60

7.7

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST AND COST OF GENERATION ........................ 60

7.8

SENSIVITY ANALYSIS .............................................................................. 61

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PHOTOGRAPH
ANNEXURES
3.1
HARYANA DISTRICT MAP
3.2
PANIPAT DISTRICT MAP
3.3
SATELLITE IMAGE OF PROPOSED SITE
3.4
HPGCL LETTER
EXHIBIT
EXHIBIT NO.
3.1
5.1
5.2

DRAWING NO.
E043/PTPS/DFR/C-01
E043/PTPS/DFR/M-01
E043/PTPS/DFR /M-02

5.3
5.4

E043/PTPS/DFR/M-03
E043/PTPS/DFR /M-04

5.5
5.6
5.7

E043/PTPS/DFR /M-05
E043/PTPS/DFR /M-06
E043/PTPS/DFR /M-07

5.8

E043/PTPS/DFR /M-08

5.9

E043/PTPS/DFR/E-01

TITILE
PLOT PLAN
WATER SCHEME
FLOW
DIAGRAM
FOR
EFFLUENT
TREATMENT PLANT
CHP FLOW SCHEME
BOTTOM & COARSE ASH HANDLING
SYSTEM
FLY ASH HANDLING SYSTEM
FLOW DIAGRAM FOR FUEL OIL SYSTEM
FLOW DIAGRAM FOR COMPRESSED AIR
SYSTEM
FLOW DIAGRAM FOR FIRE FIGHTING &
PROTECTION SYSTEM
SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM OF 400 KV
SWITCHYARD

APPENDIX
I.
INPUT DATA AND ASSUMPTIONS
II.
GENERAL BREAK DOWN OF PROJECT COST
III.
PHASING OF EXPENSES (IN %)
IV.
PAYMENT SCHEDULE
V.
CALCULATION OF IDC & CONSTRUCTION PERIOD SOURCES
VI.
DEPRECIATION
VII. CALCULATION OF WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT
VIII. LOAN AMORTIZATION LOAN (LOCAL)
IX.
CALCULATION OF FUEL COST
X.
TOTAL ENERGY CHARGES
XI.
AVERAGE TARIFF CALCULATION
XII.
CALCULATION OF LEVELISED TARIFF

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The objective of the report is to establish the need of project, feasibility of the project at
the suggested location, the techno-economic justification for selection of plant and
equipment, financial analysis to work out the cost of generation, expenditure phasing and
return on investment.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROJECT


Location
The proposed supercritical unit will be located adjacent to the existing 1367.8 MW
Panipat Thermal Power Plant at village Assan in Panipat district of Haryana. The
proposed project site is situated on the Panipat Jind road about 11 km from Panipat Bus
Stand. Panipat Thermal Power Station (PTPS) has a total installed generation capacity
of 1367.8 MW comprising four units of 110 MW each (unit-1 up-rated to 117.8 MW), two
units of 210 MW each and two units of 250 MW each.

Land
The total land requirement for the 800 MW is being met with the land available inside the
PTPS plant boundary. The detailed facility wise land breakup is discussed in Chapter-3.

Water
Total raw water demand for proposed 800 MW unit is around 2600 m3/hr (25 Cusec).
The water allocation sanctioned is 106.5 cusec from the Western Yamuna Canal, hence
existing water allocation will be sufficient for proposed and existing unit
(1x800MW+2x210MW+2x250MW).

Fuel
The estimated indigenous coal requirement is 3.55 million tonne per annum, considering
gross calorific value of 3600 kcal/kg, 85% PLF and station heat rate of 2151 kcal/kWh. It
has been confirmed by HPGCL that initially, coal for the proposed plant, shall be fed
from coal linkage from Jharkhand (Dhori & South Karanpura). The coal will be unloaded
at project site by wagon tippler or track hopper.
In view of the acute shortage of domestic coal, CEA has made mandatory for all the
power stations to blend the domestic coal with imported coal in 70:30 ratio to meet the
coal requirement. Therefore, in the DFR the blend of domestic coal of GCV 3600 kcal/kg
and imported coal of GCV 5800 kcal/kg in 70:30 ratio has been considered for financial
calculations and domestic coal has been considered for 800 MW plant design.

Power Evacuation
The power generated at 27 kV from the plant will be stepped to 400 kV voltage level
through generator transformer and taken to a new 400 kV switchyard. The 400 kV
switchyard will comprise 8 bays (1 no. generator bay, 1 no. station transformer bay, 1
bus reactor bay, 4 nos. line bays and 1 future bay). Subsequently, power will be
evacuated through 2 nos. new 400 kV double circuit transmission lines to the 400 kV grid
substations located at different load centres.

Technology and Capacity Selection


In order to improve the conversion efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint thrust is
being given by the government to install supercritical units. A number of power
generation utilities are going for supercritical technology and a large number of 660/800
MW unit sizes are under construction.

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The generation efficiency of coal fired stations depends on the steam parameters
adopted; higher the steam parameters higher the efficiency. The supercritical technology
uses the steam pressure beyond the critical point of water/steam which is about 225 bar.
Therefore, the supercritical units use higher steam pressure over 240 bar.
Any unit size from 660 MW to 800 MW of gross capacity at generator terminal having
supercritical technology for the proposed plant can be considered, however, keeping in
view the higher efficiency, improve heat rate and low per MW cost, 800 MW unit with
supercritical technology has been proposed.
The schemes and the equipment parameters given in this report are suggestive only to
demonstrate the techno economic feasibility of the proposed 800 MW unit.
Main steam pressure

247 bar

Main steam temperature

565C

Reheat steam temperature

593C

The above steam parameters support 800 MW units as efficient and proven supercritical
units.

Project Schedule
It is estimated that the unit will be commissioned in 52 months. The date of issue of
Letter of award for the project will be considered as the start date.

Project Cost & Tariff Projections


The project cost estimate for the proposed power plant has been worked out on the
following basis:
a.
Unit size considered is 800 MW with supercritical steam parameters.
b.
The project is envisaged to be executed by a single EPC Contract or through a
number of 4 or 5 split contracts. Site development and enabling works will be
carried out by Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd. (HPGCL) through
local contractors.
c.
For the Balance of Plant (BOP), the cost estimate will be developed based on the
rating / size of the equipment estimated and from in-house database of the
consultant.
d.
The cost of general civil and architectural works of the plant will be based on
similar works for recently completed projects.
e.
The economic plant life will be taken as 25 years for depreciation calculation as
per CERC norms.
f.
The interest during construction (IDC) will be calculated based on project
schedule and ruling interest rates on loans.
g.
The total time period is estimated to be 52 months for the unit of 800 MW from
zero date up to date of commercial operation. Zero date is the date of award of
contract for the project. IDC will be provided upto the date of commercial
operation.
h.
The project is proposed to be financed with 30% equity and 70% debt. Equity will
be totally in rupee currency. The debt will have both rupee and foreign currency
components. Exact financial package details will be finalized by HPGCL after
discussion with prospective national and internaitonal lenders.

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The estimated Capital Cost (including IDC) has been taken as Rs. 44189 million. The
total levelised tariff has been arrived as Rs. 4.37/kWh (fixed cost - Rs. 1.65/kWh variable
cost - Rs. 2.73/kWh). The first year tariff works out to Rs 4.64/kWh (fixed cost - Rs.
1.91/kWh variable cost - Rs. 2.73/kWh).

Project Viability
The viability of any project depends on the following parameters:
1. Land Availability
2. Water Availability
3. Fuel Availability
4. Infrastructure Development
5. Power evacuation arrangement
6. Ash Disposal arrangement
7. Rate of sale of power
The proposed unit being an extension of existing power plant, the availability of land
water and fuel for proposed unit is adequate. Infrastructure and power evacuation
requirement of proposed unit is adequate. The existing ash dyke is sufficient to
accommodate the ash generated from the proposed unit. Rate of sale of per unit power
is also justifiable. Considering the above aspects, the proposed unit at Panipat Thermal
Power Station appears to be viable.
The coordinates of main structure and component have been shown in plot plan. The
reference and detailing of the various components (Coordinate etc.) will be a part of
Detailed Project Report. The details of pipeline corridors are also part of DPR. However
indicative pipelines have been shown in plot plan.
Construction yard - FGD area (shown in plot plan) of proposed unit will be used as
construction yard.

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

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INTRODUCTION
Haryana is one of the forerunner state to initiate reforms in its power sector in 1997.
Pursuant to these reforms the State Electricity Board was unbundled and reorganized on
August 14, 1998. Two wholly State-owned utilities were established to independently
perform the functions of generation, transmission and distribution of power.
Subsequently, two more Utilities were created for looking after power distribution.
HPGCL was incorporated as a company on 17th March, 1997 and was given the
responsibility of operating and maintaining the States own generation projects. The
business of generation of power of erstwhile HSEB was transferred to HPGCL pursuant
to power reforms in Haryana. As a result, HPGCL came into existence on August 14,
1998 for bringing in excellence in power generation in the States own generating
stations. In addition, it has been entrusted with the responsibility of setting up of new
generating stations in order to keep pace with the ever increasing demand of power.
The Corporation has an ambitious plan to add sufficient generating capacity in the State
in order to bridge the gap between demand and supply. Two Units of 300 MW each were
commissioned during FY 2008-09 at Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Plant at
Yamuna Nagar. The two units of 600 MW capacity each at Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power
Plant, Khedar, Hisar were commissioned in a record period of 43 and 49 months
respectively, as compared to the norms of 44 and 50 months as stipulated by CEA.
Additional 660 MW Unit with Supercritical Technology is being set up at Yamuna
Nagar, as an expansion of the existing coal based 2x300 MW DCRTPP Yamuna
nagar. The Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd. (HPGCL) has embarked on a
mission to establish itself as a modern, growth oriented organization and is committed to
powering Haryanas growth on all fronts by maximizing generation and minimizing the
cost of power from existing plants as well as by planning and implementing new
generation projects.
The Corporation has an ambitious plan to add sufficient generating capacity in the State
in order to bridge the gap between demand and supply. It is in this context HPGCL
proposes to set up a 800 MW coal fired power plant on the land available at Panipat
thermal power station in Haryana.

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2.0 SALIENT FEATURES

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SALIENT FEATURES
2.1
SALIENT FEATURES

Name of the project


Capacity of the existing power plant

Haryana Power Generation Corporation


Limited
9th Unit at Panipat Thermal Power Plant
1367.8 MW (1x 117.8 + 3x110+2x210+2x250)

Capacity of the proposed power plant

800 MW

Agency

Location

Near village Assan Khurd, Panipat, Haryana.

Access to site

By Road - Jind road at about 11 kms from


Panipat Bus Stand.
Railway Station - Panipat

Availability of land

The total land requirement for the 800 MW is


being met with the land available inside the
PTPS plant boundary.
The Project site is located at a latitude of
2923'40.39" N and longitude of 7653'8.26" E.
Number of evictees Nil
Villages affected Nil
Flora and fauna No wild life and no
archaeological monument exist near the
proposed project site.

Availability of coal, analysis, coal


requirement and ash generated
i)

Source

ii)

Coal quality

iii)

Coal requirement

iv)

Ash generated

v)

Ash Utilization Plan

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Domestic coal for the proposed plant shall be


sourced from Jharkhand (Dhori & South
Karanpura)
and
imported
coal
from
prospective suppliers of the world.
A blend of indigenous (GCV 3600 kcal/kg) and
imported (GCV 5800 kcal/kg) coal in 70:30
ratio as per CEA guidelines has been
considered for financial calculations. However,
800 MW proposed plant has been designed
on domestic coal in the DFR.
The annual requirement of domestic coal for
the 800 MW power plant is estimated at 3.55
million tonnes considering heat rate of 2151
kcal/kWh, GCV of domestic coal 3600 kcal/kg
and plant load factor of 85%.
Estimated quantity of ash produced from the
plant at 85% PLF is 1.49 million tonnes per
annum.
Ash will be utilized as per MOEF guidelines.
Prospective users like cement plants, bricks

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and concrete block manufactures shall be
identified and developer will fulfil guidelines.
The water requirement for the project shall be
met from the Western Yamuna Canal.
Estimated
total
consumptive
water
requirement for the project is about 2600
m3/hr. The Western Yamuna Canal is running
at a distance of 7-8 km from the proposed site.

Availability of water

Technical
equipment

parameters

of

major

i)

Steam generator

The steam generator (SG) would be designed


for firing 100% coal and would be once through boiler. The SG would be provided with
adequate number of coal mills along with
gravimetric feeders.

ii)

Steam turbine generator

The MCR rating of the steam turbine


generator (STG) would be 800 MW at the
generator terminals, with valve wide open
capacity of 105% MCR. Steam turbine would
be a three cylinder machine.

iii)

Stack

One 275 m high single flue stack for 800 MW


unit.

iv)

Power evacuation

Project schedule

Power will be evacuated through 2 nos. 400


kV double circuit transmission lines.
52 months

Project cost

Rs. 44189 millions.

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3.0 PLANT LOCATION & INPUT REQUIRED

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PLANT LOCATION & INPUTS REQUIRED


3.1
PLANT LOCATION AND ACCESS
The project site is located adjacent to the existing units of Panipat Thermal Power
Station (PTPS) near village Assan in Panipat district of Haryana.The proposed project
site is about 11 km from Panipat Bus Stand and accessible through Panipat Jind road .
The nearest railway station from plant is Panipat.
Panipat Thermal Power Station (PTPS) has a total installed generation capacity of
1367.8 MW comprising four units of 110 MW each (unit-1 up-rated to 117.8 MW), two
units of 210 MW each and two units of 250 MW each.
Haryana state map is shown as Annexure-3.1 and the Panipat district map is attached
at Annexure-3.2.
Satellite image of proposed site is shown at Annexure-3.3.

3.2

PLANT LAYOUT

The layout of the plant is shown at Exhibit-3.1. The plot plan shows the location of the
Main Plant equipment and balance of plant. The plant layout has been developed
keeping in mind the shape and size of the available land, clearance from existing
facilities, best utilization of existing facilities, corridor for outgoing transmission lines,
road/rail approaches, the water intake from Western Yamuna canal and the associated
pipe corridor. The cooling tower has been located considering the safe distances from
the switchyard and the main plant near water intake side. The water treatment plant and
the DM water facilities are located near the main plant.

3.3

INPUTS REQUIRED FOR PROPOSED PROJECT

Besides the infrastructure logistics, the basic input requirements for the proposed project
include:
i)
Land
ii)
Access
iii) Water
iv) Fuel
v)
Construction power
vi) Power evacuation

3.3.1 Land
The break-up of land requirement for proposed 800 MW unit is as under:
S.
No.

Particular

1.

Main plant and its


auxiliaries
area
including chimney and
switchyard
Balance of plant

2.

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Required Available
land for
land for
green
proposed
field
extension
project
unit
(acres)
within
PTPS
(acres)
50
50
The land
boundary

50

50

The land
boundary

Remarks

is

available

within

plant

is

available

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S.
No.

3.

Particular

Water Reservoir

Required Available
Remarks
land for
land for
green
proposed
field
extension
project
unit
(acres)
within
PTPS
(acres)
20
20
The estimated land requirement of 20
acres for the green field 800 MW unit has
been worked out of storage.

4.

CHP (stock pile area)

17

17

5.

CHP, Water and AHP


corridor
Ash Dyke including
green belt

30

30

Green Belt

50

50

217

217

6.

7.

Total Area

Since the available 20 acres of land for


800 MW (Unit-9) and 210 MW (Unit-5)
unit (considering unit-1 to 4 will be
phased out) will be sufficient for storage.
The estimated storage area requirement
for the proposed 800 MW unit is 17
acres. However, the existing stock pile
area of 17 acres (available for units #1 to
4 of 110MW each) would be adequate for
the proposed unit.
Existing land can accommodate the
facility inside the plant boundary.
The existing ash disposal area for unit 1
to 6 will also be utilised for disposal of
ash to be generated from unit-9 (800
MW) PTPS. The existing ash dyke will be
raised by 16 mtr. (in 3 stages) beyond EL
116.25 mtr. and thus additional capacity
of 197 lacs cum will be created. This will
be sufficient for the whole plant life.
(HPGCL Letter attached as Annexure3.4)
The land is available within plant
boundary

The total land requirement for the 800 MW proposed unit is 217 acres which is being met
with the available land within the plant boundary of PTPS.
Construction yard - FGD area (shown in plot plan) of proposed unit will be used as
construction yard.
The site photographs are attached at the end of this report.

3.3.2 Access
The National Highway NH-1 passing through Panipat town is close to project site.

Construction of Road
The site is 11 km from Panipat bus stand and therefore the approach road connecting to
NH-1 is to be strengthened. Internal roads with appropriate approach to different work
centres need to be constructed.

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Construction of Railway Access


The railway access is already there as the coal rakes are being received for existing
units hence construction of fresh railway access is not required.

3.3.3 Water availability and conveyance


Total raw water demand for proposed 800 MW unit is around 2600 m3/hr (25 Cusec).
The existing sanctioned water allocation is 106.5 cusec from the Western Yamuna
Canal, hence existing water allocation will be sufficient for both proposed and existing
units (1x800MW+2x210MW+2x250MW).
The W. Yamuna canal is around 7-8 kms from the proposed site. The pump house will
be constructed at near the existing pump house.

3.3.4 Fuel availability and Transportation


The estimated requirement of domestic coal is 3.55 million tonne per annum, considering
gross calorific value of domestic coal as 3600 kcal/kg, 85% PLF and station heat rate of
2151 kcal/kWh. It has been confirmed by HPGCL that initially, coal for the proposed
plant, shall be fed from coal linkage from Jharkhand (Dhori & South Karanpura).
According to CEA guidelines it is mandatory to use mix of domestic and imported coal in
suitable proportion, however, CEA has recommended a mix in 70:30 ratio of domestic
and imported coal respectively. For the DFR purposes, the plant has been designed for
worst coal scenario i.e. on domestic coal but the financial calculations have been worked
out using blended coal in 70:30 ratio. The imported coal will be sourced from prospective
suppliers of the world.

Transportation of Coal to Plant Site


The domestic coal will be transported from coal fields to site by Indian Railways. It is
envisaged that coal would be transported by Bogie Open High Sided Side discharge
Wagon (BOX-N) or bottom opening broad guage rail (BOBR) wagons. As the HPGCL is
getting imported coal for their existing units, the similar system will be used for
transporting imported coal for the proposed unit also.

Start-up and Flame Stabilization Fuel


Start-up, warm up and low load (upto 30%) operation shall be carried out with LDO/HSD
and HFO. Boiler will be so designed that oil firing for flame stabilization will not be
required beyond 40% MCR. Ignition of heavy oil shall be directly by high-energy arc
igniters. There shall be light diesel oil (LDO)/ HSD firing in at least one burner elevation
to facilitate a cold start up of the unit when no auxiliary steam is available for HFO
heating and atomization. HFO and LDO would be sourced from nearby oil refinery by
railway tankers.

3.3.5 Construction Power


Construction power at 33 kV for the proposed plant can be drawn from the existing plant.
The contactors will be required to arange their own diesel generating sets also.

3.3.6 Power Evacuation


The power generated from the plant will be stepped to 400 kV voltage level and taken to
a new 400 kV switchyard. The proposed 400 kV switchyard will comprise 8 bays (1 no.
generator bay, 1 no. station transformer bay, 1 bus reactor bay, 4 nos. line bays and 1
future bay). Power will be evacuated through 2 nos. new 400 kV double circuit
transmission line to 400 kV grid substations located at different load centres.

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3.4

ASH DISPOSAL

The estimated quantity of total ash produced from the plant is 200 TPH, which works out
to 4818 tonnes per day and 1.49 million tonnes per annum at 85% PLF.
As per the MoEF notifications, a new coal based power station should make plans for
100% fly ash utilisation in a phased manner, within 4 years of commissioning. Hence, it
is proposed to provide dry fly ash extraction and storage system to provide for fly ash
utilisation and all possible measures will be undertaken to maximize utilization of ash
produced. In order to fulfil MoEF guidelines on disposal of fly ash, developer will identify
and ensure supply of required ash quality to prospective buyers like cement plants,
bricks and concrete block manufactures.
As the sulphur content in domestic coal is low, a separate SOx removal system prior to
discharge of flue gas from stack is not envisaged at this stage. However, as per the
guidelines of CEA/MoEF, space provision will be kept for installation of FGD should
statutes warrant the same at a later date. All plant emissions shall be maintained as per
MOEF guidelines.
Fly ash utilization as per table-3.1 given below:

Si. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Table 3.1, Fly Ash Utilization as per MOEF


Fly as utilization level
Target date
At least 50% of fly ash generation
One year from the date
commissioning
At least 70% of fly ash generation
Two year from the date
commissioning
At least 90% of fly ash generation
Three year from the date
commissioning
At least 100% of fly ash generation
Four year from the date
commissioning

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4.0 SELECTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND UNIT


SIZE

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SELECTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND UNIT SIZE


4.1
SELECTION OF FUEL
Thermal power can be generated from liquid fuel, natural gas/LNG, lignite and coal. The
proposed power plant is an extension of coal fired Panipat thermal power station (2x250
MW + 2x210 MW + 4x110 MW). Therefore the following points considered corroborate
the selection of coal as a fuel for additional proposed unit.
1. The existing coal facility at power station can be extended for the proposed unit.
2. Existing clearances, permits and transportation facility for coal can be extended
to new unit
3. Long term availability
4. Economical cost of generation as compared to other gas or liquid fuels.

4.2

FIRING ARRANGEMENTS FOR STEAM GENERATOR

For coal fired power plants, steam generator with any of the following firing
arrangements is technically feasible:
x
Atmospheric Fluidized Bed Combustion (AFBC)
x
Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion (CFBC)
x
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC)
x
Pulverized Fuel Firing (PF)
Atmospheric Fluidized bed boilers (AFBC) are in commercial use for quite some time
in India. The technology is in a state of continuous development in India in order to burn
inferior grades of fuel and considerable progress has been made towards perfecting the
fluidized bed combustion for a wide band of fuels for capacity enhancement programs.
Today in India, AFBC Boilers are more suited for power plants usually up to 40 MW
capacities. This technology is not considered viable for the proposed plant in high
capacity range.
Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion (CFBC) technology is already in the market.
Boiler manufacturers in India have also acquired the latest technology of CFBC boilers
from overseas collaborators and the units are already in successful operation. CFBC is
more suited for fuels having low calorific value and even those with higher sulphur
content (>1%).
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) technology and pressurized fluidized
bed technology are at developmental stage even overseas. Plants using IGCC
technology have limited operational experience even in advanced countries and are yet
to be tried in India.
Pulverized Fuel Firing (PF) combustion is the most common and well proven among all
the above technologies. PF fired boilers are most suited for higher capacity power plants
and have the distinct advantage of better combustion efficiency with less auxiliary
consumption as compared to any other technology in the market today.
The domestic coal used for the proposed station will have gross calorific value of 3400 to
3600 kcal/kg. With these considerations installation of pulverised coal fired boilers has
been considered in this report.

4.3

CAPACITY SELECTION

For selecting the unit size and station configuration for the thermal power plant,
important considerations are:

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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Land availability
Integration with existing facility
Cost of energy generated from the station to be economical.
Steady load requirement and low variations in maximum demand.
Thermodynamic cycle efficiency.
Operating flexibility for better load cycle.
Station availability.
Attainable Plant load factor.
Specific investment requirement.
Project timeframe and manpower requirement.
Economic performance
Environmental impact.

The choice of capacity for the coal fired station depends largely upon considerations of
efficiency and adherence to environmental norms. Increase in steam parameters namely
pressure and temperature lead to increase in efficiency, which in turn, reduces emission
of greenhouse gases. Increase in steam pressure beyond 221 bar leads to supercritical
conditions in the thermodynamic steam water cycle and results in sizeable efficiency
improvement. While supercritical steam parameters can be applied to unit capacities of
300 MW and above, they have been more effective in capacity range of 600 MW and
above.
Any unit size from 660 MW to 800 MW of gross capacity at generator terminal having
supercritical technology for the proposed plant can be considered, however, keeping in
view the higher efficiency, improve heat rate and low per MW cost, 800 MW unit with
supercritical technology has been proposed.
The schemes and the equipment parameters given in this report are suggestive only to
demonstrate the techno economic feasibility of the Panipat Thermal Power Station.
Main steam pressure
Main steam temperature
Reheat steam temperature

:
:
:

247 bar
565C
593C

Data from the units of the proposed size, which are in operation worldwide, indicate that
an availability of above 85% is achievable.

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5.0 DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR SYSTEMS

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DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR SYSTEMS


5.1
INTRODUCTION
The equipment will be designed for a gross generation of 800 MW by single unit. A valve
wide-open margin will be provided to increase the swallowing capacity of the steam
turbine by 5%. With this the plant and facilities will be designed to give a gross
generation of 800 MW. The major features of main plant equipment and systems are
covered under this section.

5.2

STEAM GENERATOR AND ACCESSORIES

The steam generators shall be once through, single/double pass (Tower type/ two pass
type), single reheat, radiant furnace, dry bottom, balanced draft, outdoor type, pulverised
coal fired steam generating units having supercritical steam parameters with all
necessary auxiliaries, integral piping, elevator etc.
The furnace will be radiant, dry bottom type with tangential or opposed wall firing and
enclosed by water-cooled and welded membrane walls. The furnace bottom shall be
suitable for installation of a water impounded bottom ash hopper. Spray type
attemperator is envisaged to control the superheater outlet temperature for varying
loads. The superheater and reheater tubes will be a combination of radiation and
convector types. Economiser will be non- steaming type and shall be of modular
construction so that addition of loops is possible.
The fuel oil system will be provided for boiler start up and for flame stabilization during
low load operation with or without coal firing. Two (2) types of fuel oils will be used:
x
x

Light Diesel Oil (LDO) for boiler start up (up to 10% of BMCR).
Heavy Furnace Oil (HFO) for low load operation and flame stabilization for minimum
capacity of 30% of BMCR.

The boiler auxiliaries /systems such as air heater, Electrostatic precipitators, fans etc
shall also be designed to deliver maximum continuous rating when firing range coal. The
boiler shall be capable of being started with LDO during cold start up. LDO shall have the
facility for air atomization. The BMCR gross generation capacity shall be 2640 T/hr for
800 MW at 565 deg C. The reheat steam shall be heated to the temperature of 593C.
The reheat flow of the steam generator varies with the turbine load and operating
condition. The parameters are worked out as per heat balance diagrams. For all
conditions, re-heater flow is approximately 90% of main steam flow. The plant shall be
suitable for variable pressure operation and in case of load rejection; boiler firing rate
shall be brought down to a safe level to maintain stability of boiler. The boiler shall be
suitable for accepting feed water at a lower temperature corresponding to HP heater out
condition at TMCR. PLC / DCS based Burner Management System (BMS) shall be
provided for the control, sequencing and protection of Steam Generator.

5.2.1 Electrostatic Precipitator


In the proposed design, flue gas from the air heater flows through the ESP before
passing into the ID fans. The ID fans discharge the flue gas into the stack. The function
of the electrostatic precipitator (ESP) system is to remove the particulate matter from the
flue gases, so as to maintain the flue gas particulate emissions limit below the permitted
level.
Adequate number of ESP units will be provided for each boiler. Each ESP unit consists
of four parallel passes with requisite number of fields. High voltage power supply for

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each field shall be fed from a separate TR set unit. Type of emitting electrodes, collector
plates and rapping mechanism shall be as per the standard proven design of the
supplier.
The ESP will have a collection efficiency of around 99.9% or better. ESP shall be
designed in such a way that the dust concentration level at outlet is maintained below 50
mg/Nm3 at TMCR with worst coal, to meet PCB norms, with one field in shutdown
condition.
Fly ash collection hoppers will be located beneath each field. Fly ash will be collected by
ESP hoppers of 8 hours storage capacity and removed periodically by pneumatic ash
handling system.

5.3
STEAM TURBINE AND ACCESSORIES
5.3.1 Turbine
The steam turbine will be supercritical, multi-stage, multi cylinder, tandem compound,
single reheat, regenerative, condensing design directly coupled with the generator; and
suitable for indoor installation. The plant would be designed to operate as a base load
station. The turbine design will cover adequate provision for quick start-up and loading of
the units to full load at a fast rate. Apart from constant pressure operation, the turbine will
also have the facility for sliding pressure operation.
The steam turbine will consist of three cylinders; high-pressure turbine (HP),
intermediate pressure turbine (IP); and double flow low-pressure turbine (LP).
The turbine will be directly coupled to the generator. The critical parameters of the
turbine are as follows:
i.

Type

ii.

Turbine maximum continuous


(Gross)
Steam condition at TMCR
a. Main Steam pressure at HP inlet
b. Main Steam temperature at HP inlet
c. Reheat Steam temperature IP inlet
d. Exhaust pressure
Rated Speed

iii.

iv.

Impulse, tandem compound,


single reheat, double flow LP,
condensing.
rating 800 MW
247 Kg/ Cm2
565 deg C
593 deg C
76 mm Hg
3000 rpm

The above parameters correspond to the worst conditions specified.


HP turbine will be provided with steam at about 247 kg/cm2 for 800 MW set at 565C
from main steam piping which conveys super-heated steam from Steam Generator
super-heater outlet. Main steam piping at the turbine end will be connected to separate
emergency stop and control valves. Each control valve is having its own hydraulic
actuator connected to Electro Hydraulic Governing System (EHG). The control valves
are modulated depending on the load demand to adjust first stage pressure accordingly.
The governor senses the speed and modulates the control valve position to match with
the speed-load curve setting of the machine. The droop characteristics provides 3-5%
droop and is adjustable. The emergency stop valves are provided with their own
actuators and control system to take care of all requirements of shutting off the steam

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supply instantaneously under emergency conditions and also to provide suitable control
adjustments and openings based on the logics provided for shut off purpose.
The steam from exhaust of HP turbine is taken to re-heater through cold re-heat (CRH)
piping. From CRH piping, steam is tapped off to meet the requirement of steam for HP
heater. The balance steam after getting reheated in the boiler to a temperature of 593C
is taken back to the IP section of the steam turbine through Hot Reheat (HRH) piping.
The HRH pipes at the turbine end carrying the reheated steam will be connected to IP
turbine stop and intercept valves. The stop and intercept valves on IP turbine will be
controlled from EHG in tandem with HP stop and control valves. The direction of steam
flow in HP and IP sections is kept in opposite direction so as to balance the thrust and
minimize the load on thrust bearing provided.
The MS, CRH and HRH piping will be routed and supported to take care of static and
dynamic loads including thermal expansions. Routing and pipe support using constant
and variable load hangers will be provided based on the pipe flexibility analysis to be
carried out during detailed engineering stage. Drains will be provided to drain low points
in the piping system and at strategic locations to avoid water entry into the turbine.
The steam from the exhaust of the IP section is taken through crossover pipes to a
double flow L.P. turbine from where the exhaust steam is drawn to the condenser, which
is kept at a vacuum depending on the cooling water temperature. Openings are provided
in IP and LP sections of the turbine casing for extraction of steam for feed water heating.
The high / intermediate pressure turbine casing and rotor are manufactured from alloy
steel with high creep resistant and rupture properties suitable for the operating condition.
The blades are designed and manufactured of corrosion and erosion resistant alloys with
high damping coefficient for vibration. The last stage blades of the LP turbine will be
provided with protection from erosion under operating conditions. The rotor after
manufacture will be balanced at high speed to ensure low vibration at site. The rotor is
designed for an over speed of approx 3600 rpm for a period of not less than two to three
minutes. The percentage over speed and its duration will be calculated depending upon
the transient speed rise, entrapped steam in downstream of shut off valve and response
time of control and actuating systems.

5.3.2 Condenser
Double pass Steam Surface Condenser with tubes of welded type will be provided below
LP turbine exhaust. The condenser will be of divided water box construction. Condenser
will be horizontal, surface type with integral air-cooling section. Condenser hot well will
be sized for three (3) minutes storage capacity (between normal and low-low level) of
total design flow with the turbine operating at VWO condition, 3% make-up, and design
backpressure.
The condenser will be adequately sized to cater to all conditions of turbine operation
including abnormal operating conditions. Tube plugging margin of 5% will be considered
for sizing of the heat transfer surface of the condenser. Stainless steel / cupro-nickel /
aluminium-brass tubes will be used in the condenser.

5.4

WATER SYSTEM

Water in the plant will be used for cooling of condenser, cooling of SG & TG auxiliaries
apart from various other services including SG makeup, fire protection system, airconditioning & ventilation system and plant potable water service.

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The water system consists of various sub-systems listed below and discussed in the
subsequent paragraphs of this chapter. The proposed scheme of water system is as
shown at Exhibit-5.1. The following systems will be part of water system.
x Raw water system
x Raw water Reservoir
x Cooling water (CW) system
x Make up water system for cooling towers
x Auxiliary cooling water (ACW) system
x Water treatment (WT) system
x Service & potable water system
x Fire protection system
x Effluent Reuse and Recycling
The total water requirement for 800 MW units has been summarized in table 5.1 below:
Table 5.1
S. No.

Description

A
1
2
3
4
5

DM Water requirement
Heat cycle make-up
Make-up for DMCW
Hydrogen Generation Plant
Condensate polishing
Chemical feeding system
Total
DM plant input required by
considering 10 % of
regeneration water
Potable water requirement
B
Total filtered water
requirement
Clarified water requirement
C
1
Input to filtration plant
2
Service water
3
Cooling Tower make-up
Total clarified water
requirement
D
Raw Water requirement
1
Input to clarifier by considering
3
53.71 m /hr sludge disposal
Total raw water requirement
2
3
RO plant recovery
Total raw water requirement
for the plant
3
Note: All values are in m /hr
COC is considered 5 for river/canal water

DM Water

Filtered
water

Clarified
water

Raw Water

79.2
6.6
1.32
2.64
5.28
95.04
104.54

73.18
177.72

177.72
95.04
2413.05
2685.81

2739.53
2739.53
- 144.59
2594.94
(say 2600)

5.4.1 Raw Water Supply & Treatment Plant


Make up water requirement for the plant shall be made available from Western Yamuna
canal. The quantity of makeup water requirement is near about 2600 m3/hr. Raw Water
shall be supplied through 2 x 100% pumps for 800 MW unit (1 working and 1 standby) to
clarifier to remove the suspended solid. The clarified water shall be used for the cooling
tower make-up, service water, potable water, DM plant, fire-fighting system etc.

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5.4.2 Water Treatment Plant


The pre-treatment plant shall consist of two nos. (2x100%) clarifiers each has a capacity
of about 1350 m3/hr, along with mixing of lime and alum with raw water. Clarified water
will be stored in a clarified water storage tank of eight hours capacity from where water
will be distributed to different users by providing following pumps.
1. 2x100% pumps capacity of each pump 55 m3/hr for supplying water to DM plant.
2. 2x100% pump, capacity of each pump 40 m3/hr for supplying water to potable water
tank.
3. 2x100% pump, capacity of each pump 50 m3/hr for supplying water to service water
tank.

5.4.3 Condenser Cooling Water (CCW) System


The plant CW system shall include the CW and auxiliary CW pumping system, natural
draught cooling tower, and cooling tower make-up.
The Condenser Cooling Water shall be pumped from the CW pump house. 3x50% CW
Pumps with two working and one standby shall be used for each unit. The Water
requirement for Condenser Cooling of unit shall be ~ 141000 cum/hr. The main cooling
water pump shall be vertical mixed flow type pumps coupled with vertically mounted
electric motors.
3x50% auxiliary cooling water pumps will be supplied for supply of auxiliary, cooling
water to 3x50% heat exchangers, which will be used for cooling of generators, air
compressors, turbine oil coolers and Boiler Feed Pump lube oil coolers for both the units.
The auxiliary cooling water pumps shall be mixed flow vertical pumps.
The main cooling water pumps and auxiliary cooling water pumps shall be located inside
the CW pump house to be located adjacent to the cooling tower.
One (1) no. of Natural draught cooling towers (NDCT) of RCC construction shall be
provided for cooling the hot CW return from condenser and plant auxiliaries for both the
units. The NDCT shall be designed considering wet bulb temperature 28C and CW
temperature range 9C.
The clarified water will be used for cooling tower make-up. Cooling tower blow-down will
be treated in the clarifier & RO system to utilize that further into the plant water system.
The condenser cooling water system shall be provided with adequate chlorine dosing
system.
The cooling water circuit will be designed to operate at optimum cycles of concentration
in order to limit fresh water consumption and minimize blowdown.

5.4.4 Auxiliary Cooling Water (ACW) System


The ACW system meets the cooling water requirements of DM water in plate heat
exchangers. DM water is used for cooling of the auxiliary equipment related to TG & SG
units such as turbine lube oil coolers, hydrogen coolers, seal oil coolers, stator water
coolers, ID/FD/PA fans bearing oil coolers, mill lube oil coolers, BFP auxiliaries such as
lube and working oil coolers, seal water coolers, drive motors, etc., condensate pump
bearings, air preheater bearings, sample coolers, air compressors and ash handling
system compressors.

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A closed loop system using passivity DM water is proposed for the ACW system. The
DM water of boilers, turbine & station auxiliarys water is circulated through all equipment
coolers for cooling. The hot water from the auxiliaries is cooled in the plate type heat
exchangers by the circulating water from the ACW pumps located in the C.W pump
house.
The auxiliary cooling water system would be on unit basis and the equipment of the
system for unit will be as follows:
(i)
3 x 50 % capacity de- mineralized cooling water pumps.
(ii) 3 x 50 % capacity ACW pumps.
(iii) 3 x 50 % heat exchanger.
(iv) 1 nos. DMCW tanks for makeup.
The water treatment (DM) plant will provide make up water to closed loop circuit of the
primary cooling water system.

5.4.5 DM Plant
The 800 MW unit will be provided with a 3 x 100% DM plant chains (55 m3/hr capacity for
each chain) to ensure make-up requirement of heat cycle at the rate of about 3% of the
BMCR steam flow. Clarified water from Pre-treatment plant shall be supplied to DM plant
for the above purpose.
The Demineralised Water shall be generated after the completion of treatment process
of clarified water through set of 2 x 100% pressure filters, activated carbon fillers, Anion
Exchangers, Cation Exchangers, and Mixed Bed Exchangers. Degasser towers,
Degasser pumps, blowers for mixed bed exchanges, blowers for pressure filters, acid
and alkali storage towers, Acid and Alkali measuring tank, pipes & valves.

5.4.6 Service and Potable Water Systems


The service water system covers supply of clarified water required for seal water for
clinker grinders, ventilation, air conditioning system, fly ash & bottom slurry and water
pumps, air washer and miscellaneous water requirements such as plant washing. Two
(2) horizontal, centrifugal pumps, (1W + 1S) will pump water from the clarified water
storage tank to the service water overhead tank. Water from the overhead tank to the
different consumer points would be distributed by gravity.
Requirements of the plant potable water system will be met from the clarified water
storage tank. Two (2) (1W + 1S) horizontal, centrifugal plant potable water pumps, will
draw suction from the clarified water storage tank for further distribution of potable water
to various consumption points in the plant and colony.

5.4.7 Effluent Recycling and Reuse System


The Plant is designed for minimum liquid effluent to be sent out of the plant. The liquid
effluents will be collected and treated / recycled generally as per the following:
i)

Effluents from Boiler, Turbine and other areas, which may contain oil traces, will be
sent to oil/water separator. The oil will be pumped out periodically and trucked
offsite for disposal. The treated water of significantly low quantity will be directed to
central monitoring basin.

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ii)

The clarifier sludge generated in pre-treatment and cooling tower blowdown


treatment system shall be further thickened and dried in thickener. The dry sludge
from the sludge drying bed shall be manually sent through truck for offsite disposal.

iii)

The cooling tower blowdown will be used as quench water for boiler blowdown. The
quenched water shall be treated in the effluent treatment plant. A clarifier and RO
will be provided to maximize the blowdown recovery. The RO rejects will be utilized
as makeup water for ash handling system, even after ash-water re-circulation from
ash pond. This is due to mostly evaporation losses in the pond and ground tank.

iv)

Rainfall runoff from the coal pile will contain mainly suspended solids. This runoff will
be routed to the settling basin for retention and settling of suspended solids, and the
clear water from there shall be used for dust suppression in the coal pile area.
During excessive rain, when the runoff is not expected to contain substantial amount
of suspended solids after initial hours of heavy rains, the clean runoff shall be
directed to central monitoring basin for storage and further reuse. The pump, which
shall be used for coal pile dust suppression, shall be used for transferring the runoff
from settling basin to central monitoring basin. Provision shall also be kept for
disposal of coal pile runoff to ash pond via central monitoring basin and ash slurry
sump.

v)

Filter backwash waste, which is generated in raw water pre-treatment system and
contains high-suspended solids, shall be taken back to raw water clarifier to
minimize wastewater effluent.

vi)

Wastewater generated during offload air heater wash will be taken to settlement
basin, the capacity of which shall be adequate to hold one air heater wash volume.
The air heater wash water shall contain high- suspended solids. After settlement of
suspended solids in settlement basin the clear water will be taken to central
monitoring basin.

vii) The oil sumps will collect water from areas where there are possibilities of
contamination by oil (for transformer yard, fuel oil storage area) and the drains from
such areas will be connected to an oil separator. From the oil separator the clear
water will be discharged to the guard pond, while the oily waste sludge will be
collected separately and disposed. Water collected in the guard pond will be
subjected to treatment (if necessary) and then discharged to storm water drains.
viii) Fly ash will be disposed in dry form. During retrieval of dry fly ash from silos,
adequate water injection into the ash-conditioner will be made to avoid dust
nuisance. During exigencies, it may be necessary to dispose both bottom and fly
ash in wet form to ash pond. Wastewater generated in fly ash handling system will
contain some suspended solids. This wastewater will be taken to small collection
sump. This collection sump will be provided with weir chamber, where suspended
solids will be settled. The overflow clear water will be pumped to ash slurry sump.
From the ash slurry sump, the content shall be disposed to Ash pond. During
"emergency excess water or unacceptable quality water in central monitoring basin
shall be taken to ash slurry sump for final disposal to ash pond.
ix)

All the plant liquid effluents will be mixed in the central monitoring basin. However
there may be some occasional variations in suspended solids and pH. A provision
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quality in central monitoring basin is inacceptable limit, the water shall be used
either for plant green belt development or for miscellaneous plant uses. Excess
water or unacceptable quality water in central monitoring basin shall be taken to ash
slurry sump for final disposal to ash pond and finally utilized for ash water system
and green belt development.
Scheme for proposed Effluent treatment system is shown in the attached at Exhibit-5.2

5.5

COAL HANDLING PLANT

The Coal Handling System for the proposed 800 MW units will receive coal by Railways
open top wagons (BOXN) or bottom opening broad guage rail (BOBR) wagons. Railways
will be undertaking the operation for transporting the coal from the coal mine to the
project site. All transporting facilities including wagons and locomotives to transport the
coal from the mine to the plant will not form part of the project site. In Plant coal handling
system will consist of:
-

Track hopper/Wagon Tippler


Belt Conveyors
Belt Scales
In line Magnetic separators
Metal detectors
Coal Sampling Unit
Stacker cum reclaimers
Dust suppression system
Dust extraction system in enclosed areas like transfer point, bunkers
Hoists/ Equipment handling facilities
Control and instrumentation
Electrical System
Ventilation System in Conveyor Tunnels and Bunker floor
In-motion weigh bridge
Safety and protective instrumentation

Coal handling system scheme is as shown at Exhibit-5.3.


In order to have uninterrupted coal supply to the proposed unit, coal handling system of
800 MW unit will be so designed that in an emergency situation the coal will be taken to
junction tower of existing CHP-II & III. This emergency conveying system will be studied
in detail during detailed project report.
Coal for the proposed plant shall be fed from coal linkage from Jharkhand (Dhori & South
Karanpura).
The Coal Handling Plant (CHP) will be designed to operate throughout the year with
indigenous coal and having an average gross calorific value of 3600 kcal/kg.
Considering a gross plant heat rate of 2151 kcal/kWh, the coal consumption for the plant
at full load with design GCV of 3600 kcal/kg will be:
Coal consumption
per hour at full load

Coal consumption/day

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=
=

800 MW x 2151 kcal/kwh


3600 kcal//kg
478 t/ph

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Coal consumption (annual)

478 x 8760 x PLF x10-6

At 85% PLF

3.55 MT/year

5.6

ASH HANDLING SYSTEM

The ash handling system will be designed to collect, transport and dispose bottom ash,
coarse ash and fly ash from ESP hoppers. Fly Ash from ESP hoppers and Air preheater
hoppers shall have dry ash as well as wet ash handling and transportation system. The
ash will be transported to Ash utilization project and / or ash dump area in wet form. The
ash handling system will consist of two major systems, namely bottom ash and Fly ash
system.
The System proposed is for wet disposal of the Bottom Ash, dry extraction of the Fly
Ash.
The quantum of ash generation would depend on the plant load factor and the quality of
coal being fed. Considering average ash content of 42% in coal about 200.76 T per hour
of ash will be generated from the proposed station.
The ash handling system of proposed unit will be designed to meet the following
requirements:a)

Coal consumption at full load

: 478 tph

b)

Ash content (design)

: 42%

c)

Ash generated

: 200.76 tph

d)

Bottom ash generated 30%

: 60.23 tph

e)

Coarse ash generated 10%

: 20.07 tph

(APH hoppers, economizer hoppers flue gas duct).


f)

Fly ash generated 80% (ESP hoppers)

: 160.61 tph

Dry fly ash of 800 MW unit will be collected in a two silo. The storage capacity of each
silo will be 1700 cu.m (ash collected in 16 hours while firing design coal).
The demand for dry fly ash in nearby cement manufacturing units would need to be
explored and firmed up.

5.6.1 Bottom Ash System


This system is continuous type bottom ash removal system. The bottom ash resulting
from the combustion of coal in the boiler falls through dry ash hopper-cum-transition
chute, into the water filled trough provided with a continuously moving scrapper chain
conveyor for transferring the wet ash to the clinker grinder.
The crushed ash through clinker grinders gets discharged into the local sump. Individual
local sump is provided for each unit. From the sump the slurry is transported to the
Dewatering bin. From dewatering bin ash is transported to bottom ash silo. Silo is
provided for 800 MW unit capacity to store 16 hours ash.

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5.6.2 Coarse Ash System


Coarse ash collected in Economiser & Air Pre-heater hoppers, will be extracted by the
flushing apparatus located below each hopper. Coarse ash slurry will be routed to the
surge tank. Ash slurry from the surge tank will be pumped to the slurry sump with 2 x
100% capacity horizontal centrifugal slurry pumps through adequately sized carbon steel
pipes. The contents of coarse ash from various hoppers will be pumped out in the 90
minutes in a shift of 8 hours simultaneously with bottom ash removal system.
Water requirements for flushing will be tapped from LP ash water pumps discharge
header. The scheme for bottom & coarse ash are shown at Exhibit-5.4.

5.6.3 Fly Ash System


Fly ash collected in the ESP hoppers will be extracted in dry / wet form by vacuum
system. Suitable number of streams with adequate capacity shall be provided. For
disposal of fly ash in slurry form, to ash slurry sump welling head, collector tank and air
washer for each stream will be provided. Fly ash, if in dry form, will be collected in
intermediate hoppers.
For conveying ash from intermediate hoppers to silos, pressurised conveying system will
be adopted.
The ash collected in the hoppers in eight hours will be cleared in about six hours time.
Dust separator will be provided on each intermediate hopper. A vent filter will be
mounted on each silo to reduce the environmental pollution. Fly ash disposal scheme is
as shown at Exhibit-5.5.

5.6.4 Ash Disposal Area


Ash generation from proposed unit # 9 would be 95 lacs tonne for the total plant life. Ash
slurry from the slurry sump would be pumped into the ash disposal area. Ash shall be
disposed off to the existing ash dyke area. The existing ash disposal area for unit 1 to 6
will also be utilised for disposal of ash to be generated from unit-9 (800 MW) PTPS. The
existing ash dyke will be raised by 16 mtr. (in 3 stages) beyond EL 116.25 mtr. and thus
additional capacity of 197 lacs cum will be created. This will be sufficient for the whole
plant life.

5.7
MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS
5.7.1 Fuel Oil System
a)
System requirement
Light Diesel Oil (LDO) will be used for start-up and HFO for firing support during low load
operation and for stabilizing of flames. The HFO/LDO will be brought to the plant fuel oil
handling area by railway wagons. The fuel oil handling system will include receipt,
unloading, storing and subsequent pressurization and pumping to boiler burners at the
desired flow rate, temperature and pressure.
b)
LDO System
A suction header will be provided for unloading of LDO. Flexible hoses with quick
disconnector couplers will be provided to connect LDO tankers to the suction header.
The oil pressurization system will be provided to supply oil to burners. This pressuring
system will contain suction header, pressurization pumps, filters, strainer piping with
fittings and supports, valves etc.

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c)
HFO System
HFO will be brought to the plant by railway tankers and unloaded to the storage tanks by
means of unloading pumps. Necessary strainers and tanker heating arrangement will be
provided. The storage tanks will be provided with floor coil heaters and outflow heaters.
The pressurizing and heating (P&H) system will feed the boiler burners at the required
pressure and temperature. The fuel oil heaters will be of steam heating type and all HFO
lines will be steam traced.
Flow diagram for HFO & LDO fuel oil systems are shown at Exhibit-5.6.

5.7.2 Compressed Air System


Compressed air system would cater to the requirements of instrument and service air of
the 800 MW unit. Instrument air is required for operating control valves, pneumatic tools,
various control system bag filters purging. Service air is required for cleaning purposes
during regular and shut down maintenance. Instrument air is also dehumidified and dried
to requisite level before it is admitted to the instrument air system. Oil free air is required
from the compressors especially for instrument air. Two (2) nos. (1 working + 1 standby)
screw type air compressors along with driers, one for each compressor, would be
provided for instrument air.
The instrument air distribution will be through main header and it will be ensured that
sudden leakage in any part of the instrument air lines will not affect air to any of the
supply points. The service air line is also connected to the main header of instrument air
to meet the redundancy. The plant air system will be designed and provided suitable
manifolds to allow adequate discharge points in all operation and maintenance areas.
Two (2) nos. (1 working + 1 standby) screw type air compressors along with driers, one
for each compressor, would be provided for plant service air. These compressors will be
same as instrument air compressors.
Schematic diagram of Compressed Air System is as shown at Exhibit-5.7.

5.7.3 Air Conditioning System


Various control rooms of the plant units having a group of sophisticated and precision
control and protection devices as well as computer rooms will be air-conditioned to have
controlled environment for proper functioning and operating personnel. Various types of
air-conditioning systems as required will be provided (viz.) centralized chilled water, DX
type AC system; package air-conditioning plants & split window AC. The following areas
will be air-conditioned:
a)

b)
c)
d)
e)
f)

Central Control Room consisting of Controls, Control Equipment rooms,


Telecommunication Rooms, Microprocessor based DCS, Computer and
Programmers Rooms, Data Storage Rooms, UPS Rooms, Instrumentation
Laboratory and Steam & Water Analysis Rooms, Conference Room, Shift Charge
Engineer's Room (If applicable), Relay Rooms.
ESP Control Room.
Coal Handling Plant Control Room
Switchyard Control Room including Computer Rooms, Telemetry Room, PLCC &
Telex Room
Required areas in Service/Facilities Building/Administration Building
Water Treatment Plant Control Rooms, Water and Fuel Analysis Room,
Instruments Room.

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g)

Any other area, which contains control and instrumentation equipment requiring
air conditioning or otherwise requires being air-conditioned.
A central water cooled chilled water type air conditioning plant will be provided for air
conditioning of central Control Room and its associated area as well as administration
building and related facilities. Chilled water from the central plant will be pumped to
various air-handling units catering each area or groups of areas.
For other areas, either package type air-conditioning unit or D-X type air conditioning
unit, spilt type window AC will be provided as per requirement.

5.7.4 Ventilation System


Adequate ventilation system is considered as detailed below for the power plant machine
room building, ESP control building; and other areas such as DG set room, air
compressor room, A/C plant room, DM plant building, Battery rooms and various pump
houses such as fuel oil pump house, DM water pump house etc. to achieve:
i)
ii)

Dust free comfortable working environment.


Scavenging out structural heat gain and heat load from various equipment, hot
pipes, lighting etc.

a)

Turbine and Generator building


Supply air system will be provided with evaporative cooling plant by a set of air
washers with cooling water coils. The system will include supply air fans, inlet
louvers, bird screens, viscous filters, cooling coils, re-circulating water system
with circulating water pump sets, bank spray nozzles & flooding nozzles,
eliminator plates and sump tank etc for supply and distribution of cooled air at
various locations. The exhaust system will consist of roof extractors (for machine
room). The system will be designed to maintain close to ambient dry bulb
temperature inside the building.
Various rooms of the power plant building such as cable spreader room,
switchgear room etc. will be ventilated by means of pressurized supply and
exhaust fans suitably located.

b)

ESP control building


For ventilation of this building, ambient air will be drawn through unitary air
filtration unit comprising fresh air intake louver, dry type filter and cooling coils
conveying water [supplied from an independent source] and supplied to the
space by means of centrifugal fans through ducting, grilles, etc.

c)

Other building
Other areas such as DG set room, air compressor room A/C plant room etc will
be ventilated by means of dry system comprising axial flow fan, dry filter
wherever required, cowls, ducting etc. Fire dampers will be provided on ductwork
routed through electrical installation areas. Ventilation system of respective areas
will be suitably interlocked with fire detection system to minimize spreading of fire.
The normal design criteria for ventilation system shall consider:
(i)
For number of Air changes in TG 6 Air changes per hour.
(ii) For various Auxiliary plant building 20 Air changes per hour.
(iii) For building like battery room, Chlorination plant 30 Air changes per hour.

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5.7.5 Chemical Dosing System


Boiler water chemical dosing system will be provided for chemical conditioning of the
boiler water, condensate and feed water.
The boiler chemical dosing system will be designed to introduce chemicals into the
steam, feed water and condensate cycles to control corrosion and deposition. The
chemical dosing system is composed of the following major components.
-

Phosphate dosing system


Ammonia dosing system
Hydrazine dosing system

The phosphate dosing systems will be designed to inject di-or trisodium phosphate
solution directly into the boiler drum. The phosphate dosing system will consist of
solution tank, agitator, chemical metering pumps, piping, valves, instrumentation and
controls.
The ammonia dosing system will be designed to inject ammonia solution into the
condensate. The ammonia dosing system will consists of solution tank, agitator,
measuring tank, chemical metering pumps, piping, valves, instrumentation and controls.
A tank and transfer pumps will be provided for bulk storage and transfer of ammonia to
the dosing system.
The Hydrazine dosing system will be designed to inject a hydrazine solution into the
boiler feed pump suction piping. The Hydrazine dosing system will consist of solution
tank, agitator, measuring tank, chemical metering pumps, piping, valves, instrumentation
and controls
Automatic dosing system shall also be considered.

5.7.6 Chlorination Plant


Chlorination plant shall be provided for chlorine dosing in the water pre-treatment plant
and CW system to avoid the growth of algae and bacteria. Separate chlorination plant
shall be provided for water PT plant and CW system. CW chlorination system would
consist of one (1) number of chlorinator-evaporator sets of adequate capacity and PT
chlorination system shall consist of one (1) number of chlorinator sets of adequate
capacity with associated pumps etc.
Each chlorination system shall be provided with required chlorine tonne containers,
instrumentation, panels, chlorine leak detectors etc. Complete chlorination plant shall be
located indoor. Chlorine leak absorption system as plant emergency measure shall be
provided for each of the chlorination plants to neutralize chlorine leakage from the plant.
Along Chlorination plant, ozone plant shall also be considered.

5.7.7 Hydrogen Gas System


Hydrogen gas with a purity of 99.9% is needed to cool the turbo-generators. A hydrogen
generation plant has been envisaged in order to fill up high pressure hydrogen cylinders
which are required for generator initial fill up and regular makeup required for generator
rotor cooling.

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Hydrogen generation is accomplished by water electrolysis process. It is proposed to


provide a hydrogen generation plant of 8 Nm3/hr for the project with two streams of
electrolysers each of capacity 4 Nm3/hr with two hydrogen compressors each of capacity
6 Nm3/hr along with auxiliaries.
The plant shall be designed as per the regulations of the Explosives Authority with all the
required safety aspects, instrumentation control, including On-line hydrogen purity
analyzer system and control panel.

5.7.8 Cranes, Hoists and Elevators


In order to facilitate the handling of various equipments during erection and maintenance
of the power plant, a number of cranes and hoists will be required at various locations.
One (1) electrically operated travelling type (EOT) crane of adequate capacity shall be
provided for handling heavy equipment in the machine room/turbine building during
erection & maintenance.
The generator stator will be the heaviest piece of equipment. To avoid extra load on the
turbine building columns and foundations, the generator stator will be lifted by jacking /
cribbing process. EOT crane will be utilized for other heavy pieces to be lifted such as
generator rotor, LP turbine rotor etc.
Conventional and special type of cranes for maintenance of a few important equipment
in SG and TG packaged plants such as FD/PA/ID fans, pulverizes, air heaters,
condenser water box, ESP transformer rectifier sets etc. will be provided. For various
pump houses, clarification plant; Filtration plant; Demineralising plant; Fuel oil pump
house; Intake pump house; Under slung cranes of adequate capacity, pendant operated,
with electrical hoists will be provided. For circulating water pump house, a pendant
operated 40/5 tonne capacity electric overhead travelling crane will be provided.
Maintenance cranes/handling devices of suitable capacities will be considered for all
other areas such as compressor house; hydrogen generating plant; coal handling plant
transfer points etc. Monorails for lifting heavy motors and other equipment within the
power house not covered by EOT crane such as miscellaneous pumps, heat exchangers
etc will also be provided. Suitable rails embedded on floor for dragging the horizontal
feed water heaters to have the approach under EOT cranes will also be provided.
Elevators
One (1) 2000 kg capacity goods elevators will be provided for boiler area.
One (1) 500 kg capacity elevator will be provided for stack. Further, one (1) passenger
elevator of 1000 kg capacity will be installed in the service building annexed to power
plant building. Two-passenger elevator of 544 kg for TG building will also be provided.
Elevators envisaged for the power plant will conform to IS: 3534 and IS: 4666.

5.7.9 Fire Protection System


For protection against fire, all yard equipment and plant equipment will be protected by a
combination of hydrant system; fixed foam system for oil handling areas; automatic high
velocity and medium velocity spray system sprinkler system for coal conveyors; automodular gas based system for control rooms apart from portable and mobile fire
extinguishers located at strategic areas of plant buildings and adequate Passive Fire
Protection measures. The systems will be designed as per the recommendations of

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NFPA or approved equals in accordance with the Tariff Advisory Committee of the
Insurance Association of India stipulations.
General scheme for fire fighting and protection system is as shown at Exhibit-5.8.

5.8
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
5.8.1 General Description
The system consists of one unit STG of 800 MW rating, the generation voltage being 27
kV. The 800 MW generator output will be connected to the proposed 400 kV switchyard
through step-up Generator Transformers. The generated power will be evacuated using
2 nos. new 400 kV double circuit transmission line system to the 400 kV grid substations
located at different load centres. Start up power will be taken from station transformers at
400 kV.
Three voltage levels i.e. 11 kV, 3.3 kV and 415V are adopted for feeding the plant
auxiliaries.

5.8.2 General Principles of Design Concept


The design concept of the electrical system as a whole is based on the requirements for
the safe and reliable performance of steam turbine generator set and the interconnected
electrical system with provision for easy maintenance and overhauling.
The design principles and standards delineated herein is generally in compliance with
latest IEC/IS Standards and the Code of Practice already established in the country and
also CEA notification dated 21/2/2007 (Technical standards for connectivity to the grid).
Indian Electricity Rules wherever applicable have also been complied with.

5.8.3 Electrical System Arrangement


Isolated Phase Bus Duct will be provided for connection of each generator with its
respective generator transformer set & neutral earthing equipment and tap off
connections to respective Unit Auxiliary transformers, Voltage Transformers and Surge
Protection Cubicles.
Two (2) nos. 45 MVA, 27 kV/11.5 kV, three-phase Unit Auxiliary Transformers (UAT)
have been envisaged to cater total unit auxiliary load of 800 MW Unit. The transformers
will be rated to meet the auxiliary loads required to run the Unit at MCR. Further, one no.
90/45/45 MVA, three phase, three windings 400/11.5/11.5 kV Station Transformer (ST)
has been envisaged. The Station transformers will be rated to meet the total station
auxiliary loads required to run the Plant at MCR. The Station Transformers will be
supplied power from the proposed 400 kV switchyard.
For supply of unit and station auxiliary loads of the proposed power plant, following
voltage levels have been envisaged:
x
x
x
x
x
x

11 kV level through 27 kV/ 11.5 kV Unit Auxiliary Transformers and 400/11.5/11.5


kV Station Transformer.
3.3 kV level through 11/3.45 kV Auxiliary/Service transformers
415 V level through 11/0.433 kV Auxiliary/ Service Transformers
415 V emergency power through Emergency DG set
220 V DC for emergency drives, lighting, control and protection systems.
48 V DC for Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) and SCADA systems

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The power supply for various 11kV unit/station auxiliary motors and auxiliary/service
transformers for unit/station services will be fed from 11kV Unit/Station switchgears. For
feeding 3.3kV motors for unit/station services, 3.3 kV system has been envisaged
through suitably rated 11/3.45 kV auxiliary/service transformers. In addition to this,
11/3.45 kV service transformers have been envisaged for each of Coal Handling Plant,
Ash handling plant and raw water intake pump house where 3.3 kV supplies are
required. All 3.3 kV switchgears will have 2 x 100% incoming feeders, to be fed by 2 x
100% auxiliary/service transformers, and bus coupler to achieve maximum redundancy
and reliability during operation. In order to limit the fault level of 3.3 kV switchgears,
paralleling of two incomers has not been envisaged.
Oil filled / dry type, outdoor / indoor (as per application) LT auxiliary / service
transformers of suitable ratings will be provided to meet the 415 V unit/station load
requirements of the proposed power plant. The transformers will be located at different
load centres to feed the respective 415 V switchgears in that area. All 415 V switchgears
will have 2x100% incoming feeders, to be fed by 2x100% LT auxiliary/service
transformers, and bus coupler to achieve maximum redundancy and reliability during
operation. In order to limit the fault level of 415 V switchgears, paralleling of two
incomers has not been envisaged.
Plant emergency power will be provided from emergency 415 V, 3-ph, 50 Hz Diesel
Generator (DG) Sets to take care of any emergency situation particularly in the case of
grid failure condition. One 100% capacity emergency DG Set has been envisaged for
each unit with automatic starting facility to restore the supply at respective 415 V Unit
Emergency Switchgear for supplying emergency power required for safe shutdown of the
respective unit. In case of total AC power failure, the Diesel generator will start
automatically and supply power to respective 415 V Unit Emergency Switchgear where
all essential loads are connected. Moreover, one stand by emergency DG set of same
capacity will be provided for the two units to feed emergency loads of one unit at a time
due to failure of Emergency DG set of that particular unit. Provision will be made for
synchronizing 415 V Unit Emergency Switchgear with the respective 415 V Unit auxiliary
Switchgear for testing and taking in/out of the DG, as required.
The design concept of the electrical auxiliary system as a whole is based on the
requirements for the safe and reliable operation of the Plant with provision for easy
maintenance. The design and performance requirements of equipment will be generally
as per latest Indian Standards and the Codes of Practice, IEC Recommendation. Indian
Electricity Rules, wherever applicable will also apply.
All electrical equipment for the proposed power plant will be designed for the following
conditions:
Voltage variation
Frequency variation
Combined voltage and frequency variation (absolute sum)
Design ambient temperature

10%
- 5% to +3%
10%
50 C

Following fault levels will be considered for design of all electrical equipment at various
voltage levels. Fault levels shall be restricted to the same.
System
400 kV

Fault Level
40/50 kA

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11 kV
3.3 kV
415 V
220 V DC
48 V DC

40 kA
40 kA
50 kA
10 kA
10 kA

1 second
1 second
1 second
1 second
1 second

The creepage distance for exposed bushing/insulators will be minimum 25 mm/kV.


The insulation level for Transformer windings, bushings and other insulators are given as
follows:
Nominal system
voltage (kV)

Highest system
voltage (kV)

3.3
11
27
400

3.6
12
36
420

Rated 1 Min power


Freq. withstand Volt
(kV rms)
10
28
70
630

Rated Lightning
impulse withstand
voltage (kV peak)
40
75
170
1425

The 400 kV system will be solidly earthed. The neutral point of generator will be earthed
through single-phase dry-type earthing transformer with a loading resistor, connected at
its secondary side, to limit the earth fault current to about 5-10 amps. The 11 kV systems
will be low resistance earthed to limit the earth fault current to about 300 Amps. 415 V
systems will be solidly earthed. The DC systems will be unearthed.

5.8.4 Generator
The turbo-generators will be of 3 phase, 50 Hz, horizontal mounted, two pole, cylindrical
rotor type directly driven by the turbine and rated for 800 MW at 0.85 lagging to 0.95
leading power factor. It will generally comply with the requirements specified in IEC-34.
The generation voltage is envisaged as 27 kV (or any other voltage as per
manufacturers standard design).
The Generator will be designed with adequate margin for operation with 47.5Hz.
The Short Circuit Ratio (SCR) will be 0.49 (minimum). The class of insulation for stator
and rotor will be class F. However as per normal practice the temperature rise of various
parts during operation will be limited to class B limits as per IEC 34. The generator will
be Wye connected and the star point will be connected to earth through neutral
grounding transformer, the earth fault current to a safe value of less than 10 A.
The insulation of stator and rotor winding shall be of Class-F with a temperature rise
limited to Class B. the generator stator winding will be wound to form double-star and the
generator neutral will be earthed through a single-phase earthing transformer with a
loading resistance, connected at its secondary side.
The generator will have following associated equipment / auxiliaries:
a. Gas System
The generator gas system will consist of Hydrogen and CO2 systems. The rotor
windings and the core will be directly cooled by hydrogen gas. The hydrogen gas
make-up will be supplied from hydrogen supply system. The generator will have

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shaft driven hydrogen blowers and stator mounted hydrogen to water heat
exchangers. There will also be 2x100% dryers along with online dew point
monitoring system provided for the hydrogen gas system. For purging of
hydrogen from generator casing CO2 will be used. The gas system will consist of
hydrogen and CO2 cylinders, gas manifold, relief valve, hydrogen regulator,
piping, fittings, valves, gauges, temperature measurement, H2 purity monitors and
annunciation and control system. Hydrogen will flow in a closed loop circuit and in
a closed loop circuit in turn will be cooled by DM water.
b. Stator winding cooling System
The stator winding will be directly cooled by DM water, flowing inside the hollow
stator conductor. The stator core will be directly cooled either by DM water. The
stator water cooling system will include 2 x 100% AC driven primary water
pumps, 2 x 100% filters, mixed bed demineraliser, water to water heat exchanger
etc. The system will be complete with instrumentation for temperature
measurement, measurement of pressure differential and local control and
annunciation panel.
c. Shaft Seal Oil System
Shaft Seal Oil system will be provided to prevent escape of hydrogen from the
generator. The system will consist of normal and standby AC driven pumps,
standby DC driven pump, coolers, filters, pressure regulators, oil tanks, vacuum
pump and other valves and fittings. A complete local control and annunciation
panel also will be provided.
d. Generator Excitation System
A complete generator excitation (static or brushless) and regulation system will
be provided for the generator. It will be rated to continuously carry at least 10%
above rated generator field current requirement. The ceiling voltage will be at
least 150% of the field voltage required at rated condition. The nominal excitation
system response ratio will be not less than 2. The Automatic Voltage Regulator
(AVR) will be micro processor based digital type and provided with three
channels namely, two Auto and one Manual channels, with a selector switch for
bump less transfer from one to other. The Auto and Manual channels will be
completely independent of each other and take voltage/current input from
separate voltage/current transformers. The AVR will have following parameters.
Range of voltage level adjustment in all modes
of operation

10%

Frequency range of operation


Accuracy at which generator terminal

47.5 to 51. 5Hz


better than 0.5%

0 to 15%
less than 0.5%

70% of no load to
110% full load
excitation

voltage to be held
Range of transformer drop compensation
Maximum change in generator voltage when
AVR is under all conditions of excitation
Manual control range

The AVR will be provided with following built-in facilities.

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Voltage transformer fuse failure circuit with changeover to manual.


Volt/Frequency (V/F) limiter circuit.
Rotor earth fault detector.
Rotor angle limiter
Stator current limiter
Rotor current limiter
Power System Stabiliser (PSS) suitable for damping various modes of
electromechanical oscillations.

The generator will have adequate number of temperature detectors provided


for measurement of temperature of core, winding, bearings etc. It will also be
equipped with following monitoring devices.
-

Generator core monitor


Generator winding temperature monitor

Online temperature monitoring for water in stator conductor

5.8.5 Transformers
a) Generator Transformer
The generated voltage of 27 kV will be stepped-up to 400 kV by step-up transformers
connected to generator through isolated phase bus duct. Connection between Generator
Transformer high voltage terminal and 400 kV switchyard equipment will be made by 400
kV overhead lines.
The 800 MW unit shall have a bank of three (3) single phase transformers each of rating
315 MVA, 27/420/N9
However, the final value of the Generator transformers impedance at the principal tap
will be selected so that it is compatible with the 400 kV and bus duct fault level and full
load regulation.
b) Unit Auxiliary Transformers (UATs):
Two (2) numbers Unit auxiliary transformers will be provided in order to feed the unit
auxiliary loads at 11 kV. The transformer will be of two winding three phase type rated
for 45 MVA, 27/11.5 kV with ONAN/ONAF cooling. The tap-changers shall be off-circuit
type. The capacity of these transformers will be finalized during detailed engineering
stage and will be rated to meet unit auxiliary loads at MCR condition.
c) Station Transformer (ST)
For power supply to all station auxiliaries, start up, shut down and unit auxiliaries, one (1)
number station transformer will be provided in order to feed common auxiliary loads at
11 kV. These transformers will be three winding, three phase type rated 90/45/45 MVA,
400/11.5/11.5 kV, ONAN/ONAF Cooling, ON-LOAD tap changer shall be provided on
these transformers having range of 10% of nominal voltage @ 1.25 tap. The capacity
of these transformers will be finalized during detailed engineering stage and will be rated
to meet station auxiliary loads at MCR condition.
d) 11/3.45 kV Unit Auxiliary Transformers/ Service Transformers for CHP & AHP
For power supply to all 3.3 kV unit and station auxiliary motors and loads, 2x100%
11/3.45 kV transformers have been envisaged for the following systems:
3.3 kV system for each unit
3.3 kV system for Coal Handling plant

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3.3 kV system for Ash Handling Plant
3.3 kV system for raw water intake pump house
Each transformer will be rated for 11/3.45 kV, three phase, Dyn1, 50 Hz, ONAN cooled,
outdoor type and provided with OFF circuit tap changer (OCTC) having range of 5% of
nominal voltage @ 2.5% tap. The rating for these transformers will be finalized during
detail engineering stage.

5.8.6 Bus Duct


a) Generator Bus duct
Generator will be connected to Generator Transformer Set & Neutral earthling equipment
through main bus duct and respective unit Auxiliary transformers, Voltage Transformers
and Surge Protection Cubicles through tap off- bus duct. The bus duct will be of isolated
phase, continuous type with aluminium conductor in aluminium enclosure. Lightning
arresters and surge capacitors of proper rating will be located within Surge Protection
Cubicles. The current Transformers for measuring and protection purposes will be
provided inside the enclosure of the bus duct both at line side, neutral side and Unit
Auxiliary transformer side. The maximum temperature of the bus conductors &
connections and enclosure will be limited to 1050C and 800C respectively.
A generator neutral earthling cubicle housing the dry type neutral earthling Transformer
and secondary loading resistor will be located near the neutral star point of the
generator.
The bus duct enclosure will be of welded construction. The bus ducts will be naturally
cooled, dust tight and weather proof in construction. Bus duct pressurization
arrangement using clean dry air will be provided.
b) 11 kV and 3.3 kV Bus Ducts (Phase-segregated)
11kV and 3.3 kV bus ducts will be metal enclosed, phase segregated type and natural
air-cooled. Bus conductor shall be of aluminium alloy, adequately sized for continuous
rated current and short circuit current for duration of minimum one (1) second.

5.8.7 Neutral Grounding Equipment


The function of neutral grounding equipment is to connect neutral of each system to
ground while limiting the fault current to reasonable values and providing detection for
ground faults.
The Neutral Grounding Equipment will consist of following:
- Generator neutral will be grounded through a cast epoxy distribution transformer
and resistor combination to limit the fault current to less than 10 amps.
- 11 kV and 3.3 kV transformers neutrals will be grounded through resistors to limit
the fault current to 300 Amps. The resistors will be rated for 10 seconds
operation.
- Generator transformer neutral on 400 kV side and 433 V transformers neutral will
be solidly grounded.
- The DG set neutral will be unearthed.

5.8.8 415v Switchgear, Motor Control Centres (MCC) & Distribution Boards
(DB)
The LT transformers will feed power to the 415V switchgears, which in turn would
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415 V switchgears / MCC would have duplicate incomers and bus couplers so that a
change-over can be made from either of the two step-down transformers to restore
power in case of failure of any one of the above two transformers. Similarly, all DB's will
have 2 x 100% incomers from 415V Switchgear / MCC. Incomers, bus couplers and
outgoing feeders including starter modules will be of draw out construction and modular
design. The Distribution Boards will be fixed type but of modular design. The degree of
protection of the switchboards will be EP-52/42.
Air break type circuit breakers will be used in the 415 V Switchgear / MCC.
A ground bus will extend across the full length of the Switchgear/MCC/DB. One spare
feeder for each rating/ type will be provided in Switchgears / MCC and will be considered
for rating selection. A short circuit calculation will be done to establish short circuit
withstand capability of the switchgear. Motors rated 75kW and below will be
Contactor/MCCB operated and those above 75kW will have circuit breaker control.
Motor control circuits will include emergency stop push button near the motor as per
Indian statutory requirement.

5.8.9 Electric Motors


To feed power to various unit/station drives, the voltage rating for the motors will be as
follows:
Below 0.2 kW
From 0.2 kW upto 200 kW
Above 200 kW upto 1500 kW
Above 1500 kW
DC motors

240 V, single phase


415 V, three phase
3.3 kV, three phase
11 kV, three phase
220 V DC

All SV motors will be squirrel cage three/ single phase induction motors. Lifts/Crane
motors may be of slip ring type. DC motors will generally be of shunt/compound wound
type rated for 220 V DC. All motors will be rated for continuous duty. Lifts/Crane motors
will be rated for intermittent duty. Inching type motors as per the requirement will be
provided.
Motor enclosures will conform to the degree of protection IP-54 (indoor) and IPW-55
(outdoors). For hazardous areas, approved type of flameproof and increased safety
enclosure will be provided.
The motors will generally be of self-ventilated type totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC).
Alternatively for large motors, closed air circuit air cooled (CACA) / closed air circuit
water cooled (CACW) / totally enclosed tube ventilated (TETV) type cooling arrangement
will be adopted.
MV motors will have class F insulation with temperature rise limited to class B. LV motors
will have class B insulation.

5.8.10 Control & Relaying


The unit control room will have number of control and relay panels for the generator, its
auxiliaries, 11 kV switchgear, 3.3 kV switchgear and 415 V switchgears. All required
control, protective relays and metering for generator including excitation system, and unit
auxiliary transformers to safeguard against abnormal system conditions will be provided
in this control room.

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Synchronisation of generator will be done from the unit control room which will be
provided with panel mounted measuring instruments like ammeter, voltmeter, VAR
meter, frequency meter, synchroscope etc. and mimic with switch position indication,
audiovisual annunciation with discrimination to draw operators attention for abnormal
operating condition and tripped condition.

5.8.11 Protective System


For protection of equipment against abnormal system conditions, adequate protective
devices will be installed in the respective switchgears and/or control and relay panels. A
group of such protective devices will be necessary to protect the equipment under
different abnormal conditions arising in the system.

5.8.12 Intercommunication System


An intercommunication system will be provided to facilitate plant operation by
establishing quick communication among the operating personnel at various location of
plant.
The plant Communication System will consist of the following:
x Walkie Talkie System
x Telephone system completes with EPABX, telephone sets in the Power Plant and
associated administration buildings.
x P&T (Posts and Telegraph) telephone system.
Walkie Talkie System
WalkieTalkie communication system is proposed to be provided for effective
communication for operation & maintenance of the power plant.
Telephone System
The Power plant and housing colony will be provided with microprocessor based
intercom telephone system to facilitate inter-communication for operation/ administrative
purposes. This consists of an Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange (EPABX) of
suitable capacity. All the instruments for subscribers will also have the provision for
hooking up with P&T lines.
The telephone sets will be installed in various areas of power plant and colony. The
EPABX at Power plant and EPABX at colony will be interconnected.
In hazard areas such as oil storage, wall telephone sets with explosion proof and
corrosion resistant metal cases will be provided.

5.8.13 Illumination System


Suitable illumination is necessary to facilitate normal operation and maintenance
activities and to ensure safety of working personnel. This will be achieved by artificial
lighting.
For outdoor yard illumination, floodlights will be installed at suitable locations to provide
requisite level of illumination. Pole mounted high-pressure sodium vapour lamp fixtures
will be used for approach and work roads.

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The station emergency DC lighting will be fed from station 220 Volt DC distribution
system during extreme emergencies. On failure of the AC supply, these lights will glow
from DC system.

5.8.14 400 kV Switchyard


A 400 kV switchyard will have breaker and half arrangement comprising 4 diameters.
There will be 8 bays; 1 generator transformer bay, 1 station transformer bay, 4 line bays,
1 bus reactor bay and 1 future bay. This switchyard will facilitate the interconnection
between generator transformer and 400 kV double circuit transmission line systems. A
single line diagram of 400 kV switchyard is attached as Exihibit-5.9.

5.8.15 Power & Control Cables


Main factors which are considered for selection of sizes for power cables are as follows:
x System short circuit current
x Deaerating factors due to higher ambient temperature and grouping of cables.
x Continuous current rating.
x Voltage drop during starting and under continuous operation.
x Standardisation of the cable sizes to avoid too many sizes of cables.
11 kV and 3.3 kV power cables will be 11 (UE) and 3.3 (UE) volt grade, single/ multi
core, 90 Deg C rating under normal running condition and 250 Deg C under short circuit
condition, heavy duty with stranded annealed copper/ aluminium conductor, extruded
semi-conducting conductor screen, XLPE insulation, extruded semi conducting insulation
screen, extruded PVC inner sheath, round wire armour and extruded FRLS PVC overall
sheath. These cables shall have phase identification colour coding.
LT power cables will be 1,100 V grade with stranded aluminium conductor. XLPE
insulated, extruded PVC inner sheathed, galvanized steel strip/ wire armoured (for multicore cables only) and with FRLS PVC outer sheath. The cables would be suitable for
effectively earthed system.
Control cables will be multi-core 650/1100 V grade PVC insulated, PVC sheathed, round
steel wire armoured and with FRLS PVC outer sheath having 4 sq.mm stranded copper
conductors for C.T. and control circuits and 2.5 sq.mm conductors for P.T. circuits.
Fire survival cables (FS) will be used for system, which are necessary for protection and
safe shutdown of plant in case of fire.

5.8.16 Plant DC System


A reliable DC power source will be provided to supply those loads which are required to
function for security, protection and safe shutdown of plant in the event of failure of
normal AC power supply.

5.8.17 Lightning Arrestors


390 kV, 10 kA for 400 kV metal oxide (gapless) surge arrestors of heavy-duty station
class (discharge class III & IV) shall be provided on each phase of 400 kV. The arrester
will include a digital impulse counter and leakage current detector.
Lightning arrestors shall be provided near line entrances and power transformers so as
to achieve proper insulation coordination for the whole substation. They shall be
provided with PRD and diverting ports suitable to prevent shattering of porcelain
insulators in case of arrestors failure.

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5.8.18 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System


The operation and supervision of the new 400 kV switchyard will be through Supervisory
Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System. The system will be designed to work on
48 V DC System.
The SCADA System will perform the following minimum functions as:
x Monitor and display the status of various equipments like circuit breakers,
isolators and earth switches.
x Real time monitoring of various electrical parameters like voltage, frequency,
current, active power, reactive power, oil and winding temperature of
transformers, transformer tap positions, integrated demand, etc.
x Operation of various circuit breakers, isolators and earth switches through
interactive dynamic graphics during normal conditions.
x Generate alarm signals of on occurrence of abnormal conditions.
x Display, log, trend and archive the various analogue and digital parameters
acquired by the system and perform pre and post trip analysis, keeping records of
all system faults and sequence of faults and operation of protective relays.
x Interface with the plant Distributed Control System (DCS) through communication
link to facilitate the exchange of various digital and analogue parameters for
information and monitoring purpose only.
An integrated and functionally distributed microprocessor based SCADA system has
been envisaged to meet the above-mentioned functional requirements and reliable
operation.

5.8.19 Emergency Power Supply System


The emergency power system provides power to essential auxiliary loads required to
permit a safe shut down of the unit in the event of a plant blackout. In addition, power is
provided for auxiliaries and services required for personnel safety and minimum plant
maintenance during the blackout.
In order to meet the above requirement, one (1) no. 415 V, 2000 kVA, 3-phase, 50 Hz
emergency Diesel Generator (DG) has been envisaged to cater emergency load of the
unit. The exact rating of DG set will be decided during the detail design stage.

5.8.20 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System


Two sets of uninterruptible power supply systems of continuous duty have been
envisaged to supply regulated altered and uninterrupted 240 V, 50 Hz single phase
power within acceptable tolerances to critical AC loads like computerized data
acquisition system, microprocessor based control and instrumentation system, control
systems, annunciation system; indicators/recorders mounted on unit control boards and
other critical loads of such nature.

5.8.21 Generator and Switchyard Protection & Control


The details of the protections that will be provided for the various electrical equipment
viz., Generators, generator transformers (GT), Station transformers (ST), unit Auxiliary
transformer (UAT), service transformers, 400 kV switching equipment, 400 kV
transmission lines, motors, switchgear, etc., are indicated below:
The selection of the protective scheme will be based mainly on reliability, sensitivity,
selectivity and technical merits. All main protections will be of fast acting type in order to

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isolate the faulty system from the healthy system in the shortest possible time, to
minimise damage to the equipment and ensure continuity of power supply.
One set of generator relay panels (GRP) will be provided for the unit. This set of panels
will be located in the unit control room. The following protection schemes will be provided
on the GRP. The protections will be divided into two groups; each group being 100%
redundant and on separate DC supply, so that even if one group of protections is not
available or under maintenance, the generator is protected by the other group.

5.9

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM

The control and instrumentation system shall be designed to ensure safe, efficient and
reliable operation of the plant under all operating regimes, namely start up, shutdown,
normal operation and under emergency conditions.
The state of the art control and instrumentation system shall include but not be limited to
the following:
A functionally distributed microprocessor based DCS, designed for CRT operation,
control and monitoring with in-built Sequence of Events (SER) recording and
Annunciation system, including control desk and system cabinets. The DCS Monitor
based plant operation shall result in cost effective power generation with optimum fuel
consumption and reduced emission levels. It shall relieve the operator from tedious
manual operation as most operations of the plant shall be automatic with sequential
start-ups of major plant equipment. The design of the control and instrumentation system
would be such as to permit on line localization, isolation and rectification of fault in the
minimum possible time. Ease of maintenance would be given due importance at system
design stage.
The DCS shall provide a comprehensive integrated control and monitoring system to
operate, control and monitor the Steam Generator and auxiliaries, Steam TurbineGenerator and Auxiliaries and Balance of Plant (BOP) systems.
Monitoring and control, data acquisition, alarm annunciation, fast response time, fail safe
design, sequence of events recording, online diagnostic and online maintenance are
some of the inherent features of the DCS to be designed for the proposed power plant.
Plant operation and control shall be through the Operator Work Stations (OWS) located
on the Unit Control Desk (UCD) in the Central Control Room, which shall consist of
colour graphic LCD (TFT) monitor, keyboard/mouse.
The main plant including Steam Generator and its auxiliaries, Steam Turbine Generator
and its auxiliaries and Balance of Plant equipment and auxiliaries etc. shall be controlled
and monitored through DCS. DCS shall include the modulating controls of the plant
including coordinated Master Control, Steam Generator modulating controls, Turbine
governing and other Turbine modulating controls, and modulating controls for Balance of
Plant equipment.
All open loop control functions for the main plant including Steam Generator (e.g., FSSS)
and the Steam Turbine Generator (e.g., ATRS) and their auxiliaries along with Balance
of Plant (BOP) equipment and systems shall be implemented in the DCS.
DCS shall also include sequential start up, shutdown of the plant including Steam
Generator, Turbine Generator and BOP Equipment and Systems.

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The control functions shall be backed up by protection, interlocks and safety functions.
This would cause pre-planned actions in cases where unsafe conditions develop faster
than the control capability of modulating controls or before the operator can be expected
to respond to the plant upset conditions in any regime of plant operation.
Operation and Monitoring of Plant Electrical and downstream System shall be performed
through DCS. Additionally, DCS shall have a Software link for monitoring of electrical
system.
Sequence of Event Recording system shall be provided for recording and printing trip
and causes of trip for quick diagnostic of fault and remedial action.
DCS shall perform online performance calculations to determine plant/equipment
efficiency and to detect and alarm unit/equipment malfunctions.
The plant offsite systems like Water treatment, Coal handling, Ash handling, Instrument
and Service air system etc. shall be controlled and monitored through the respective
Local Control panels and control systems. Independent and stand-alone PLCs in hot
redundant configuration shall be used for control and monitoring of these offsite systems.
PC based Operator Work Stations (OWS) with LCD (TFT)/ KBD/ Mouse shall be
provided for these offsite systems, which shall be kept in the respective Local Control
Rooms. Additionally, control and monitoring of these offsite packages shall be possible
from DCS Operator Work Stations (OWS) from Central Control Room.
Redundant Software link shall be provided between the offsite package PLCs and DCS
for data exchange shall.

5.10 CIVIL ENGINEERING ASPECTS


5.10.1 Geo-Technical Investigations & Soil Profile
The proposed new unit will be erected within the premises of existing Panipat thermal
power station therefore it can be construed that the geo-technical conditions and soil
profile would be identical to existing plant. The similar treatment is suggested for new
unit also. Pilling would be required for most of the foundations.

5.10.2 Main Plant Building


The Main Plant Building would house the turbo-generators; the boiler feed pumps,
electrical systems and instrumentation & controls systems. The building shall be steel
framed structure with infill masonry walls with foundations and floor & roof slabs of
reinforced concrete. The steel framed structure shall be designed for the worst
combination of loading. The design of steel structures shall be to IS: 800 and RCC
structures designed to IS: 456.
Architectural finishes appropriate to the area shall be provided: mosaic flooring, granite
flooring, surface hardened floors, plain concrete floors, glass blocks, louvers, glazing etc.
For access to the maintenance bay motorized steel rolling shutters shall be provided.

5.10.3 Boiler Structure


The boiler structure shall also be framed steel structure housing/supporting the Boiler
and related equipment including primary and secondary air fans, burners, air heaters,
economizers, hoppers, ducts, piping etc.

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The stairs, platforms, walkways shall be provided for utility and safety and shall be of
gratings and chequered plates with toe plates and hand railing. Temporary access
openings shall be provided for erection of boiler and its accessories.
All boiler, electrostatic precipitators, fans, mills, duct supports shall have reinforced
concrete foundations with the heavy equipment foundations designed for static and
dynamic loadings.

5.10.4 Transformer Bay


The transformer foundations shall be of RCC construction having fire walls to
compartmentalize the bays but open from the front so that the transformer can be
brought in or taken out on rail tracks at the time of installation as well as for
maintenance. Care is taken to ensure that oil spillage is contained and proper drainage
system provided around the gravel filling for these transformers. Fencing shall also be
provided around the transformer area as per the norms.

5.10.5 Switchyard
Galvanised steel structures shall be provided to support the conductors, current and
voltage transformers, circuit breakers, insulators etc.
RCC isolated footings and pedestals shall support these structures. Towers supporting
the gantries for stringing shall have mat foundations accommodating the four pedestals /
legs of the towers. RCC cable trenches shall be fitted with pre-cast covers; gravel will be
laid out in the switchyard area.

5.10.6 Chimney
Single flue chimney of 275m height shall be provided. The floor slabs shall be of RCC /
grating & chequered plate construction. The chimney flue shall have the appropriate fire
resistant / acid proof lining. Other provisions for lightning protection, aircraft warning
lights & special aviation warning bands painting, staircase and elevator shall be as per
the IS codes and aviation norms.

5.10.7 Coal Handling System


The coal handling system shall include the Transfer Tower and conveyor galleries.
Transfer points provided at every change of direction shall be of structural steel
framework having metal cladding and RCC roofing & flooring.

5.10.8 Water System


The De-mineralisation plant building shall be of RCC framed construction with infill brick
walls with the DM water tanks resting on RCC ring walls. Acid /alkali proof lining shall be
provided in the areas as required.
The CW pump house shall have superstructure in steelwork with high grade concrete for
fore bay and sump construction having necessary arrangements for steel stop log gates.
The pump house cladding shall be in brickwork with normal architectural finishes.

5.10.9 Natural Draught Cooling Towers


A closed cycle cooling system with natural draught cooling towers is proposed. These
towers shall be suitably located away from electrical installations and major structures
also considering wind direction to ensure minimum re-circulation and ingress of drift to
other areas.

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5.10.10 Miscellaneous Buildings


Other auxiliary buildings and the type of construction proposed is as indicated Table-5.1.
Table-5.1
S. No.
1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.

Building /Structure
ESP Control Room

Diesel Generator
Building
Fuel Oil Pump house
DM Plant /Water
Treatment Plant
Raw Water Intake Pump
house
CW pump house
Fire Fighting Pump
house
Switchyard Control
Room

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Type of construction
Single storey building; foundations columns, beams,
slabs (floor & roof) of reinforced concrete with brick
cladding & mosaic flooring.
RCC columns, beams & slab with surface hardened
floor, brickwork walls.
RCC foundations, columns , beams & slab and brick
cladding
RCC foundations, columns, beams & slab and brick
cladding
RCC foundations, Steel /RCC columns & beams,
concrete floor & slab with brick cladding.
RCC foundations, Steel /RCC columns & beams,
concrete floor & slab with brick cladding.
RCC foundations, Steel /RCC columns & beams,
concrete floor & slab with brick cladding.
Single storey building, foundations columns, beams,
slabs (floor and roof) of reinforced concrete with
brick cladding and mosaic flooring.

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6.0 ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS

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ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
6.1
INTRODUCTION
A comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment study is to be got conducted after
the approval of Terms of Reference (TOR) from MoEF to assess the existing baseline
environmental conditions, assess the impact of the proposed plant on the environment
and towards preparation of an Environmental Management Plan. This study document is
also a prerequisite towards obtaining clearances from the Pollution Control Boards at
Centre & State level as also from the Ministry of Environment & Forest.
The proposed plant will be provided with necessary equipment and systems to meet all
applicable environmental regulations. The plant has been envisaged to have the
following features, which will help in reducing emissions and effluents.
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Low NOx burners have been envisaged to reduce the NOx generation and
consequent emission.
High efficiency Electrostatic Precipitators have been envisaged to limit the
particulate emissions to 50 mg/Nm3, which is less than the prevailing
permissible limit of 100 mg/Nm3.
275 m single-flue chimney has been envisaged for the plant, , which will help
dispersion of air borne emissions over lager area and thus reducing the
impact of the power plant on ground level concentrations.
Closed cooling water system with cooling towers envisaged, thus reducing
significantly the water requirement for the plant. River water is envisaged for
condenser cooling.
Ash pond water will be re-circulated and Zero discharge is envisaged from the
plant.
Zero liquid effluent discharge scheme has been envisaged for the Plant. All
effluents in the plant will be treated and recycled.
Dust extraction and dust suppression systems have been envisaged in the
coal handling plant.
Green belt will be developed as per MoEF stipulations

The proposed power plant could contribute to the following types of environmental
pollution:
i.
Atmospheric pollution through particulate and gaseous emissions.
ii.
Pollution from solid and liquid waste discharge.
iii.
Thermal pollution of surrounding area.
iv.
Noise pollution.
The above mentioned contaminants may be discharged from the power plant at the
following points:
a. Chimney Discharge of flue gases and heat
b. Coal Handling Plant dust nuisance during loading /unloading.
c. Ash handling system dust nuisance from fly ash & dust flying at ash dyke.
d. Cooling - Discharge of heat into the surroundings
e. Waste water, oil, unwanted chemicals etc. run-off through surface drains
f. Noise from equipments Not to exceed 85dBA at a distance of 1 metre and at
a height of 1.5 metre from any equipment and not more than 90dBA for turbine
generator set.
HPGCL shall comply with all environment safeguards that will be stipulated in the
environment clearance to be given by MoEF (Govt. of India) and NOC from Haryana
State Pollution Control Board.

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7.0 PROJECT COST ESTIMATES AND FINANCIAL


ANALYSIS

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PROJECT COST ESTIMATES AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS


The objective of this section is to estimate and analyze the project cost, cost of
generation and levelised tariff for the proposed project in order to assess overall financial
viability of the project.

7.1

BASIS OF COST ESTIMATES

The project cost estimate for the proposed power plant has been worked out on the
following basis;
Unit size considered is 800 MW for financial analysis. Unit will be commissioned within
52 months from zero date (as per CERC norms). The cost of main equipment package
including steam generator with auxiliaries and turbine generator with auxiliaries has been
worked out considering the cost of similar projects and work out to be Rs.26971 Million.
The cost of balance of plant and other equipment has been estimated based on
preliminary design and in-house cost data.
The project is planned to be financed by domestic equity and term loan. Taxes and
duties on supply of equipment, civil works, contract and erection and commissioning
have been worked out as per the prevalent practice. The economic plant life has been
taken as 25 years for depreciation calculation as per CERC norms.

7.2

CIVIL WORKS

The Project cost includes;


x Power station building and all other plant structures.
x Foundations for all major structures.
x Chimney
x Cost of site grading and levelling and boundary wall.
x Cost of approach roads inside plant boundary and drainage.
x Cost of water corridor and desalination plant has been considered.
x Cost of cooling tower.
x Coal handling system including stock yard.
x Ash handling system including ash dyke.
x Excluding raw water reservoir

7.3

MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORKS


x
x
x

7.4

Cost of transmission has not been considered


Cost of initial spares for mechanical and electrical equipment Rs 881.00 Million
FGD plant cost has not been considered in the project cost estimates.

INVESTMENT COST

The estimated cost of the plant including equipment and civil cost amounts to Rs. 33573
Million. Adding physical contingency, pre-commissioning cost, overhead expenses and
taxes and duties, basic project cost before financing and IDC, amounts to Rs. 36612
Million.
Financing expenses and interest during construction (IDC) add Rs. 7577 Million to the
Basic Project Cost, bringing the total financing requirement to Rs.44189 Million. The
specific cost of the project is Rs. 55.24 Millions per MW.

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The project is proposed to be financed with a debt equity ratio of 70:30.
The detailed breakdown of total financing requirement cost has been given in AppendixII placed at the end of this Report.

7.5

ASSUMPTIONS

General Parameters and Assumptions:


Operational Parameters
The plant is configured with steam generators of 800 MW capacity and their auxiliaries,
steam turbine and generator sets of 800 MW capacities and other balance of plant
equipment. Imported and Domestic coal (70:30) is the main fuel for the unit with HFO as
the start-up fuel. The financial analysis is carried out based on the assumption that the
plant will be running on blended coal with 85% availability and 85% plant load factor
(PLF). Basic data for the purpose of estimation of operational expenses are as follows:
Plant Load factor and Plant availability
Plant load factor 85% and plant availability of 85% has been considered for the 800 MW
station to recover full fixed cost as per the regulatory commissions guidelines
Station Heat Rate
As per CERC guidelines, a station heat rate of 2151 Kcal/kWh is permitted for the coal
fired plants of unit size of this range with the steam driven boiler feed pumps.
Fuel
The gross calorific value (GCV) of coal has been considered as 3600 Kcal/Kg and 5800
Kcal/kg for domestic coal and imported coal respectively for blending in ratio of 70:30
and the GCV of auxiliary fuel has been considered as 10,000 Kcal/L.
Auxiliary Power Consumption
Auxiliary power consumption has been considered @ 5.25% of generation as per new
CERC norms for the power plants of this range with turbine driven BFPs and natural
draft cooling tower.
Financial Parameters
The other major assumptions made to compute the financial results are as follows:
No cost of financing for equity has been considered.
Taxes and Duties
Taxes and Duties have been considered as per the current practice. Indirect taxes
including development surcharge and education cess applicable have been considered
for estimating the cost of project are as follows:
Table-6.1
Description
Import Duty
Excise Duty*

Unit
Nil
10.3%

Central Sales Tax*


Service Tax

2.06%
12.36%

Application
Mega Power Project
On domestic goods (on domestic power
equipments)
On domestic goods
On local services (engineering, erection and
commissioning, training and owners/ lenders
consultant)

*- taxes are included in plant & equipment costs

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Depreciation
Appendix-VI furnishes details of depreciation. The economic plant life has been taken
as 25 years for depreciation calculation as per CERC norms.
Loan Structure
The rate of interest, repayment period and the moratorium period of the proposed loan
structure has been shown in the Table-6.2.
Table-6.2
Unit
%
Years
Months
Instalments

Description
Interest Rate
Repayment Period
Moratorium
Repayment Mode

RTL (Rupee Term Loan)


14%
11
6
Quarterly

The rate of interest on working capital loan is assumed to be 12.25 % p.a.


Appendix-I placed at the end of this section summarizes the general parameters and
assumptions underlying the investment cost estimate.
Financial Aspects and Cost of Generation
Major Assumptions
A debt & equity ratio of 70:30 including IDC is considered. The capital cost would be
financed through the following sources:
Equity
Equity contribution

Rs. 13256.73 Million

Loan
Rupee Term Loan

Rs. 30932.36 Million

Phasing of funds (drawl of debt and equity) is indicated in the Appendix-III

7.6

OPERATING COST

Fuel Cost
Cost of coal at site has been considered for domestic coal as Rs.4305 / MT and imported
coal as Rs. 6800/ MT.
Operation & Maintenance
Annual fixed operation and maintenance cost has been considered as Rs.1.838 million
per MW of generation based on 2014-2019 as first year of operation as per CERC norms
and escalated at the rate of 6.24 % per annum as per CERC norms.

7.7

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST AND COST OF GENERATION

The estimated Capital Cost (including IDC) has been taken as Rs. 44189 million. The
total levelised tariff has been arrived as Rs. 4.37/kWh (fixed cost - Rs. 1.65/kWh variable
cost - Rs. 2.73/kWh). The first year tariff works out to Rs 4.64/kWh (fixed cost - Rs.
1.91/kWh variable cost - Rs. 2.73/kWh). Details of input data & assumptions, project cost
& levelised tariff are given in Appendices.

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7.8

SENSIVITY ANALYSIS

The tariff sensitivity due to variation in coal price and coal GCV has been worked out and
the same is tabulated below:

S. No.

Particulars

70% Domestic + 30% imported coal


Levelised
Coal cost
GCV
Tariff
(Rs/MT)
(kcal/kg)
(Rs/kWh)

800 MW (HR-2151 kcal/kWh)


1

Base Case

Variation in Coal Cost only

5053

4260

4.37

5% increase

5306

4260

4.51

5% decrease

4801

4260

4.23

10% increase

5559

4260

4.66

10% decrease

4549

4260

4.09

5% increase

5053

4473

3.97

5% decrease

5053

4047

4.23

10% increase

5053

4686

3.86

10% decrease

5053

3834

4.37

Variation in GCV only

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HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


INPUT DATA & ASSUMPTIONS
PARTICULARS
PROJECT DETAILS (GENERAL)
GROSS CAPACITY
TOTAL NO OF UNITS
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD
TYPE OF COAL/LIGNITE FIRED
MAIN FUEL
START-UP FUEL
BLENDING PROPORTION

APPENDIX I

UNITS
MW

800
1
17
COAL
COAL
HFO/LDO

quarters

IMPORTED COAL
DOMESTIC COAL
PROJECT CAPITAL STRUCTURE
TOTAL PROJECT COST
COST/MW
DEBT EQUITY RATIO *
DEBT *
EQUITY
DEBT
EQUITY
SOURCES OF DEBT
FOREIGN
LOCAL
TECHNICAL OPERATING PARAMETERS
AUX. CONSUMPTION OF ELECTRICITY GENERATED
SENT OUT CAPACITY
PLANT NORMATIVE PLF
HOURS IN YEAR
OPERATIONAL HOURS
GROSS ELECTRIC PRODUCTION
NET ELECTRIC PRODUCTION
GROSS HEAT RATE
GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE OF START-UP FUEL
GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE OF IMPORTED COAL
GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE OFDOMESTIC COAL
GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE OF COAL
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF COAL
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF LIME STONE
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF SECONDARY FUEL OIL
FINANCIAL PARAMETERS
RATE OF INTEREST (% P.A.)/REPAYMENT PERIOD
FOREIGN (EXIM)
FOREIGN CURRENCY LOAN
LOCAL (DEEMED LOAN*)
MORATORIUM PERIOD AFTER COMMERCIAL OPERATION
IMPORTED COAL COST
DOMESTIC COAL COST
COAL COST
FUEL OIL COST
LIMESTONE COST

30.0
70.0

%
%
Rs million
Rs million
%
%
Rs million
Rs million

44189.09
55.24
70:30
70
30
30932.36
13256.73

Rs million
Rs million

0
30932.36

%
MW
%
,00 MWh
,00 MWh
kcal/kWh
kcal/kg
kcal/kg
kcal/kg
kcal/kg
kg/kWh
kg/kWh
ml/kWh

5.25
758
85
8760
7446
59568
56441
2151
10000
5800
3600
4260
0.505
0
0.5

YEAR/ %
YEAR/ %
YEAR/ %
YEAR
Rs/tonne
Rs/tonne
Rs/tonne
Rs/kl
Rs/tonne

10
10
10

0
0
14
0.5
6800
4305
5053.5
60762
0

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


INPUT DATA & ASSUMPTIONS
PARTICULARS
O & M EXPENSES (2018-19)
O & M (ESCALATION)
COAL & FUEL COST (ESCALATION)
DEPRECIATION RATE
FIRST 13 YEARS OF COMMERCIAL OPERATION
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
REMAINING 12 YEARS OF COMMERCIAL OPERATION
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT
COAL STOCK
FUEL OIL STOCK
O & M EXPENSES
RECEIVABLES
MAINTENANCE SPARES (AS SHARE OF O & M)
RATE OF INTEREST ON W.C. LOAN
OTHER FACTORS
RETURN ON EQUITY
EXCHANGE RATE
DISCOUNTING FACTOR
CUSTOM DUTY RATE FOR IMPORTED EQUIPMENT
EXCISE DUTY, CST & LST on EQUIPMENT
MECHANICAL
ELECTRICAL & C&I
OTHERS
CENTRAL SALES TAX (CST)
WORK TAX
SERVICE TAX
MAT
FOREX COMPONENT
INCOME TAX RATE
TAX HOLIDAY u/s 80 IA of INCOME TAX ACT
FOR FIRST 10 YEARS
SUBSEQUENT YEARS

UNITS
Million/MW
%P.A
%P.A

APPENDIX I

1.838
6.24
0
SLM (ESACT)

%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST

0
3.34
5.28
5.28

%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST
%CAPITAL COST

0
6.24
3.33
3.33

MONTHS
MONTHS
MONTHS
MONTHS
%
% YEAR

1
2
1
2
20%
12.25

% YEAR
( INR/USD)
%
%

15.5
54
12

%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

10.3
10.3
10.3
2.06
2
12.36
0
10
0

%
%

100
30

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


GENERAL BREAK DOWN OF PROJECT COST

Sl. Nr.

DESCRIPTION

APPENDIX II

Rs million

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND STUDIES

100

2
a)
b)

LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION YARD


Land
Site Development

250
220
30

3
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

CIVIL WORKS
Power House Boiler Area, Chimney, Switchyard & Transformer Yard
Cooling Towers
DM Plant, Water Treatment Plant & Effluent Treatment Plant
Ash Handling System including Ash Dyke
CHP Area
Fuel Handling System
Non Plant Building
Misc. works including in-plant roads & drain etc.
Site Enabling work
Excluding Jetty

STEAM GENERATOR ISLAND

TURBINE GENERATOR ISLAND

6605
7750

iii

BALANCE OF PLANT
Mechanical
Coal handling System excl. External supply Arrangement
Ash handling System icluding Disposal & A.W.R. System
Fuel handling & Storage System
Circulating water system
DM Plant & Condensate Polishing Plant
Compressed Air System
Makeup Pumps and Piping
Air Conditioning an Ventilation System
LP Piping and Valves
Fire-Fighting System
Cranes & Hoists
Effluent treatment Plant
Workshop Equipment
Laboratory including Equipments
Misc. System & Equipments
Sub Total BOP (Mechanical)
Electrical
Generator transformer, UT, ST including Bus Duct
400 kV Switchyard
Switchgear Package (HT & LT)
LT Transformers
Cables & Cable Facilities
Lighting, grounding & illumination incl. DC
Emergency Power Supply & DG set
Others
Sub-total BOP (Electrical)
Control & Instrumentation

RAW WATER & INTAKE SYSTEM

EXTERNAL COAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

6
i)
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
p)
ii)
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
k)

6252

11536

916
599
176
211
211
88
176
141
528
106
106
141
53
35
106
3593
793
1497
440
387
211
88
88
123
3628
528
200
0

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


GENERAL BREAK DOWN OF PROJECT COST

APPENDIX II

INITIAL SPARES

10

TOTAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

26971

11

TOTAL PLANT AND EQUPMENT (INCLUDING CIVIL WORK)


FREIGHT(3%) & INSURANCE (1%) (not shown separately, included in a

35225
33223
0

12

TAXES & DUTIES (not shown separately, included in above)

13

ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING (not shown separately, includ

14

SERVICE TAX ON ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING

15

TRANSMISSION LINE FOR 17 KM (1km @ Rs 15 million per km)

16

TOTAL DIRECT & INDIRECT COSTS

17

PHYSICAL CONTINGENCY @ 2% OF TOTAL WORK COST

18

OVERHEAD
CONSTRUCTION
CHARGES
,
,
,
INSPECTION AND EXPEDITING @ 0.50% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
ESTABLISHMENT CHARGES AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
AUDIT & ACCOUNTS AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS
TOTAL OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION CHARGES

19

TRAINING OF O&M STAFF AND MOBILISATION COST

20

OTHER COSTS (PREOPERATIVE EXPENSES)


STARTUP FUEL
LEGAL EXPENSES
CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE
OTHERS
MARGIN MONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
TOTAL OTHER COSTS
PROJECT COST EXCLUDING IDC & FINANCE CHARGES

21

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (1% OF PROJECT COST)

22

FINANACE CHARGES (UP-FRONT FEE @ 1.0% OF LOAN AMOUNT)


PROJECT COST EXCLUDING IDC

881

33573
671

168
84
84
336
67

50
17
17
50
1831
1965
36612
0
309
36922

23

INTEREST DURING CONSTRUCTION

7267

24

PROJECT COST INCLUDING IDC

44189

COST/MW

55.24

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (1% OF PROJECT COST)

FINANACE CHARGES (UPFRONT FEE @ 1% OF LOAN AMOUNT)

PROJECT COST INCLUDING IDC

PROJECT COST EXCLUDING IDC & FINANCE CHARGES ('1' TO '5')

11

OTHER COSTS (PRE-OPERATIVE EXPENSES)


START-UP FUEL
LEGAL EXPENSES
CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE
OTHERS
MARGIN MONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
TOTAL OTHER COSTS

INTEREST DURING CONSTRUCTION

TRAINING OF O&M STAFF (LS)

PROJECT COST INCLUDING CSR & FINANCE CHARGES

OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION CHARGES


DESIGN, ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION,
INSPECTION AND EXPEDITING @ 0.50% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
ESTABLISHMENT CHARGES AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
AUDIT & ACCOUNTS AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS
TOTAL OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION CHARGES

PHYSICAL CONTINGENCY @ 4% OF TOTAL WORK COST

10

DIRECT AND INDIRECT COST


PRELIMINARY
SITE DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION YARD AND ASH
DISPOSAL AREA
CIVIL WORKS
STEAM GENERATOR ISLAND
TURBINE GENERATOR ISLAND
BALANCE OF PLANT
RAW WATER INTAKE SYSTEM
COAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
INITIAL SPARES
FREIGHT AND INSURANCE
TAXES AND DUTIES
ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING
SERVICE TAX ON ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING
TRANSMISSION LINE FOR 17 KM (1km @ Rs 15 million per km)
TOTAL DIRECT & INDIRECT COSTS

ITEM / QUARTER

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


PHASING OF EXPENSES (%)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
881
0
0
0
0
0
33573

44189

7267

36922

309

36612

50
17
17
50
1831
1965

1.60

0.11

1.89

1.89

1.89

1.89

0
15
15
15
15

84
84
336
67

15
15
15

168

1.3

10
5
0
0
0
0

250
6252
11536
6605
7750
200

671

10

Q1
1

100

Rs
million

1.08

0.29

1.24

1.24

1.24

1.24

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

0.8

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5
5
0
0
0
0

10

5
5
5
5
5
5
0

5
5
5
5
5
5

10

4.28

0.66

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

5.0

Year 1
Q2
Q3
2
3

APPENDIX III

5
5
5
5
5
5
0

5
5
5
5
5
5

10

4.64

1.27

5.31

5.31

5.31

5.31

0
10
10
10
10

10
10

10

5.0

Q4
4

5
5
5
5
5
5
0

5
5
5
5
5
5

10

4.49

1.90

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

5.0

Q1
5

4.59

2.53

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

5.0

5
5
5
5
5
5
5

5
5
5
5
5
5

10

5
5
5
5
5
5
5

5
5
5
5
5
5

20

4.72

3.19

5.02

5.02

5.02

5.02

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

5.0

Year 2
Q2
Q3
6
7

10
10
10
10
10
10
5

10
5
10
10
10
10

20

8.31

4.11

9.13

9.13

9.13

9.13

0
10
10
10
10

10
10

10

9.6

Q4
8

5
5
5
5
5
5
15

5
5
5
5
5
5

4.98

5.06

4.97

4.97

4.97

4.97

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

5.0

Q1
9

8.28

6.02

8.73

8.73

8.73

8.73

0
5
5
5
5

5
5

9.2

10
10
10
10
10
10
15

5
5
10
10
10
10

5
5
5
5
5
5
15

5
5
5
5
5
5

5.34

7.01

5.02

5.02

5.02

5.02

0
5
5
5
5

10
10

10

5.0

Year 3
Q2
Q3
10
11

10
10
10
10
10
10
20

10
10
10
10
10
10

9.42

8.09

9.68

9.68

9.68

9.68

0
5
5
5
5

10
10

10

10.0

Q4
12

5
5
5
5
5
5
20

5
5
5
5
5
5

5.71

9.21

5.02

5.02

5.02

5.02

0
5
5
5
5

10
10

10

5.0

Q1
13

9.82

10.92

9.61

9.61

9.61

9.61

10
5
5
5
5

25

0.0
0.0

0.0

9.6

10
10
10
10
10
10
0

5
10
10
10
10
10

10
10
10
10
10
10
0

5
10
10
10
10
10

10.09

12.40

9.63

9.63

9.63

9.63

30
5
5
5
5

25

0.0
0.0

0.0

9.6

Year 4
Q2
Q3
14
15

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

2.18

12.84

0.09

0.09

0.09

0.09

30
0
0
0
0

25

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

Q4
16

10.45

14.39

9.67

9.67

9.67

9.67

30
5
5
5
5

25

0.0
0.0

0.0

10.0

10
10
10
10
10
10
0

10
10
10
10
10
10

Year 5
Q1
17

100

100

100

100

100

100

100
100
100
100
100

100

100
100

100

100

100
100
100
100
100
100
100

100
100
100
100
100
100

100

TOTAL

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (1% OF PROJECT COST)

FINANACE CHARGES (UPFRONT FEE @ 1% OF LOAN AMOUNT)

PROJECT COST INCLUDING IDC

PROJECT COST EXCLUDING IDC & FINANCE CHARGES ('1' TO '5')

11

OTHER COSTS (PRE-OPERATIVE EXPENSES)


START-UP FUEL
LEGAL EXPENSES
CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE
OTHERS
MARGIN MONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
TOTAL OTHER COSTS

INTEREST DURING CONSTRUCTION

TRAINING OF O&M STAFF (LS)

PROJECT COST INCLUDING CSR & FINANCE CHARGES

OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION CHARGES


DESIGN, ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION,
INSPECTION AND EXPEDITING @ 0.50% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
ESTABLISHMENT CHARGES AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT
COSTS
AUDIT & ACCOUNTS AT 0.25% OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS
TOTAL OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION CHARGES

PHYSICAL CONTINGENCY @ 4% OF TOTAL WORK COST

10

DIRECT AND INDIRECT COST


PRELIMINARY
SITE DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION YARD AND ASH
DISPOSAL AREA
CIVIL WORKS
STEAM GENERATOR ISLAND
TURBINE GENERATOR ISLAND
BALANCE OF PLANT
RAW WATER INTAKE SYSTEM
COAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
INITIAL SPARES
FREIGHT AND INSURANCE
TAXES AND DUTIES
ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING
SERVICE TAX ON ERECTION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING
TRANSMISSION LINE FOR 17 KM (1km @ Rs 15 million per km)
TOTAL DIRECT & INDIRECT COSTS

ITEM / QUARTER

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


PAYMENT SCHEDULE (Rs million)

44189

7267

36922

309

36612

50
17
17
50
1831
1965

707.3

7.8

699.5

5.9

0.0

693.6

0
2.5
2.5
7.5
274.7
287.2

0.0

84
84
336
67

25.2
12.6
12.6
50.4

168

8.4

25.0
312.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
347.6

250
6252
11536
6605
7750
200
0
881
0
0
0
0
0
33573
671

10

Q1

100

Rs
million

478.2

21.1

457.1

3.8

0.0

453.2

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

5.6

12.5
312.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
335.1

10

10

1892.9

47.7

1845.2

15.5

0.0

1829.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1683.7

Year 1
Q2
Q3

APPENDIX IV

10

2050.7

92.0

1958.7

16.4

0.0

1942.3

0
1.7
1.7
5
183.1
191.5

0.0

8.4
8.4
33.6

16.8

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1683.7

Q4

10

1983.1

137.9

1845.2

15.5

0.0

1829.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1683.7

Q1

2029.3

184.1

1845.2

15.5

0.0

1829.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1683.7

10

20

2087.4

232.0

1855.3

15.5

0.0

1839.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1693.7

Year 2
Q2
Q3

20

3671.2

298.8

3372.4

28.3

0.0

3344.1

0
1.7
1.7
5
183.1
191.5

0.0

8.4
8.4
33.6

16.8

64.3

25.0
312.6
1153.6
660.5
775.0
20.0
0.0
88.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3054.7

Q4

2202.8

367.7

1835.1

15.4

0.0

1819.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1673.7

Q1

3660.6

437.3

3223.3

27.0

0.0

3196.3

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

4.2
4.2
16.8

8.4

61.6

12.5
312.6
1153.6
660.5
775.0
20.0
0.0
88.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3022.2

2361.6

509.5

1852.1

15.5

0.0

1836.5

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

8.4
8.4
33.6

16.8

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1673.7

Year 3
Q2
Q3

4161.9

588.2

3573.7

29.9

0.0

3543.8

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

8.4
8.4
33.6

16.8

67.1

25.0
625.2
1153.6
660.5
775.0
20.0
0.0
88.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3347.3

Q4

2521.7

669.7

1852.1

15.5

0.0

1836.5

0
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
95.7

0.0

8.4
8.4
33.6

16.8

33.6

12.5
312.6
576.8
330.2
387.5
10.0
0.0
44.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1673.7

Q1

4339.8

793.4

3546.4

29.7

0.0

3516.7

5
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
100.7

16.8

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

64.3

12.5
625.2
1153.6
660.5
775.0
20.0
0.0
88.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3334.8

4457.5

901.0

3556.5

29.8

0.0

3526.7

15
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
110.7

16.8

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

64.3

12.5
625.2
1153.6
660.5
775.0
20.0
0.0
88.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3334.8

Year 4
Q2
Q3

965.3

933.2

32.1

0.3

0.0

31.8

15
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
15.0

16.8

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

Q4

100

TOTAL

50
16.8
16.8
50
1831.3
1964.9

67.1

83.9
83.9
335.7

167.9

671.5

0.0
309.3

7267.4
4617.9 44189.1

1046.0

3571.9 36921.7

29.9

0.0

3542.0 36612.4

15
0.8
0.8
2.5
91.6
110.7

16.8

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0

67.1

25.0
250
625.2 6252.4
1153.6 11536.2
660.5 6604.7
775.0 7749.5
20.0
199.7
0.0
0.0
88.1
880.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3347.3 33573.1

Year 5
Q1

EQUITY
DRAWNDOWN
CONSTRUCTION INTEREST
BALANCE

TOTAL IDC
FOREIGN LOAN
LOCAL LOAN
EQUITY
TOTAL

LOCAL LOAN (DEEMED*)


DRAWNDOWN
CONSTRUCTION INTEREST
BALANCE

TOTAL COST WITH IDC

IDC %

FOREIGN LOAN
DRAWNDOWN
CONSTRUCTION INTEREST
BALANCE

TOTAL REQUIREMENTS OF FUNDS

SOURCES OF FUNDS (Rs million)

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


CALCULATION OF IDC

30932

7267

13257

23665

36922

TOTAL
COST

0.11

0.0
7.8
0.0
7.8

251.1
0.0
251.1

448.3
7.8
456.2

0
0
0

699.5

Q1

0.29

0.0
21.1
0.0
21.1

164.1
0.0
164.1

293.0
21.1
770.2

0
0
0

457.1

0.66

0.0
47.7
0.0
47.7

662.5
0.0
662.5

1182.7
47.7
2000.6

0
0
0

1845.2

Year 1
Q2
Q3

APPENDIX V

1.27

0.0
92.0
0.0
92.0

703.3
0.0
703.3

1255.4
92.0
3348.0

0
0
0

1958.7

Q4

1.90

0.0
137.9
0.0
137.9

662.5
0.0
662.5

1182.7
137.9
4668.6

0
0
0

1845.2

Q1

2.53

0.0
184.1
0.0
184.1

662.5
0.0
662.5

1182.7
184.1
6035.4

0
0
0

1845.2

3.19

0.0
232.0
0.0
232.0

666.1
0.0
666.1

1189.2
232.0
7456.6

0
0
0

1855.3

Year 2
Q2
Q3

0
0
0

1835.1

Q1

0
0
0

3223.3

0
0
0

1852.1

Year 3
Q2
Q3

0
0
0

3573.7

Q4

0
0
0

1852.1

Q1

0
0
0

3546.4

0
0
0

3556.5

Year 4
Q2
Q3

0
0
0

32.1

Q4

TOTAL

0
0
0

0
0
0

3571.9 36921.7

Year 5
Q1

4.11

0.0
298.8
0.0
298.8

1210.8
0.0
1210.8

5.06

0.0
367.7
0.0
367.7

658.9
0.0
658.9

6.02

0.0
437.3
0.0
437.3

1157.3
0.0
1157.3

7.01

0.0
509.5
0.0
509.5

665.0
0.0
665.0

8.09

0.0
588.2
0.0
588.2

1283.1
0.0
1283.1

9.21

0.0
669.7
0.0
669.7

665.0
0.0
665.0

10.92

0.0
793.4
0.0
793.4

1273.3
0.0
1273.3

12.40

0.0
901.0
0.0
901.0

1277.0
0.0
1277.0

12.84

0.0
933.2
0.0
933.2

11.5
0.0
11.5

14.39

0.0
1046.0
0.0
1046.0

100.00

7267.4

0.0
7267.4

1282.5 13256.7
0.0
0.0
1282.5 13256.7

2161.5 1176.2 2066.0 1187.1 2290.6 1187.1 2273.1 2279.5


20.5 2289.4 23665.0
298.8
367.7
437.3
509.5
588.2
669.7
793.4
901.0
933.2 1046.0 7267.4
9916.9 11460.8 13964.0 15660.6 18539.4 20396.1 23462.6 26643.1 27596.9 30932.4 30932.4

0
0
0

3372.4

Q4

YEAR

GROSS CAPACITY
TOTAL AUXILLIARY LOAD
NET DELIVERED CAPACITY
PLANT LOAD FACTOR

COAL COST
FUEL OIL COST
LIMESTONE COST

MW
MW
MW
%

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

APPENDIX IX

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

2.55
0.03
2.58

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

0.00

180.97

671.40

2054.79

0.00

2054.79

0.00

RETURN ON EQUITY

0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97
0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

0.00

180.97

9208.51

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

2219.40

662.43

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1990.10

8898.11

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

1786.34

660.91

0.00

2193.41

88.38

2114.29

8595.80

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

1353.29

659.71

0.00

2193.41

88.38

2246.22

8302.06

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

920.24

658.86

0.00

2193.41

88.38

2386.38

8017.43

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

487.18

658.38

0.00

2193.41

88.38

2535.29

7680.23

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

81.20

657.33

0.00

2193.41

0.00

2693.49

7772.90

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

663.13

0.00

2193.41

0.00

2861.57

7958.96

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

670.63

0.00

2193.41

0.00

3040.13

7596.43

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

670.01

0.00

1641.79

0.00

3229.83
0.00

3431.38

7806.43

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

678.48

0.00

1641.79

0.00

3645.49

8029.54

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

687.47

0.00

1641.79

0.00

3872.97

8266.57

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

697.02

0.00

1641.79

8518.39

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

707.16

0.00

1641.79

0.00

4114.65

8785.92

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

717.94

0.00

1641.79

0.00

4371.40

9070.15

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

729.40

0.00

1641.79

0.00

4644.18

9372.12

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

741.56

0.00

1641.79

0.00

4933.97

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

768.22

0.00

1641.79

0.00

5568.94

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

782.82

0.00

1641.79

0.00

5916.45

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

798.32

0.00

1641.79

0.00

6285.63

9692.92 10033.75 10395.84 10780.53

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

0.00

754.49

0.00

1641.79

0.00

5241.85

26164.17 25902.45 25564.23 25232.35 24907.21 24589.22 24278.83 23976.51 23682.77 23398.15 23060.94 23153.61 23339.67 22977.14 23187.14 23410.25 23647.28 23899.10 24166.64 24450.86 24752.83 25073.64 25414.46 25776.55 26161.24

9526.50

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

2652.45

664.25

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1873.22

C. TOTAL CHARGES (Rs million)

9851.64

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

3085.50

666.37

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1763.19

10783.46 10521.73 10183.52

0.00

2054.79

0.00

0.00

3518.56

668.75

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1659.63

TOTAL FIXED CAPACITY CHARGE (Rs million)

0.00

0.00

INTT. ON DEBT (FCL)

0.00

3951.61

0.00

673.01

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1562.15

INTT. ON DEBT (FOREIGN - EXIM)

4303.46

0.00

2193.41

88.38

1470.40

INTT. ON DEBT (LOCAL)

CORPORATE INCOME TAX

0.00

180.97

15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71

0.00

180.97

15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74

INTT. ON WC (LOCAL)

ADVANCE AGAINST DEPRECIATION

DEPRECIATION

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

FIXED O&M (INCLUDING INSURANCE)

B. CAPACITY COSTS (Rs million)

TOTAL ENERGY CHARGES (Rs million)

LIMESTONE

SECONDARY FUEL OIL COST

COAL COST

FUEL COST

A. ENERGY CHARGES (Rs million)

56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68

NET ELECTRIC PRODUCTION (IN ,00 MWh)

APPENDIX-X

59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00

APPENDIX X

15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74 15199.74
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
180.97
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71 15380.71

2.55
0.03
2.58

ENERGY GENERATED (IN ,00 MWh)

YEAR

TOTAL ENERGY CHARGES (Rs million)

APPENDIX IX

85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
85.00
8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00 8760.00
7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00 7446.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
758.00
59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00 59568.00
56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68 56440.68
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50 5053.50
60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00 60762.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

800.0
42.0
758.0
85.0

5054 Rs/t
60762 Rs/kl
0 Rs/t

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA

ANNUAL VARIABLE FUEL COST (Rs million)


COAL
SECONDARY FUEL OIL
LIMESTONE
TOTAL

VARIABLE GROSS FUEL COST (Rs/kWh)


COAL
SECONDARY FUEL OIL
TOTAL

PLANT LOAD FACTOR


HOURS IN YEAR
OPERATIONAL HOURS
GROSS CAPACITY MW
NET CAPACITY MW
GROSS ELECTRIC PRODUCTION (,00 MWh)
NET ELECTRIC PRODUCTION (,00 MWh)
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF COAL
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF FUEL
SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF LIMESTONE
COAL COST
SECONDARY FUEL OIL COST
LIMESTONE COST

B. GENERATION

A. FUEL PRICING

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


CALCULATION OF FUEL COST

2.73

4.64

10783

1.00

1.91
2.73

DISCOUNTING FACTOR AT 12%

FIXED COST AT 12% DF


VARIABLE COST AT 12% DF
LEVELISED FIXED TARIFF Rs/kWh
LEVELISED VARIABLE TARIFF Rs/kWh
TOTAL LEVELISED TARIFF Rs/kWh

1.65
2.73
4.37

2.73
1.91

4.64

TOTAL

YEAR

VARIABLE COST (Rs/kWh)


FIXED COST (Rs/kWh)

YEAR-WISE TARIFF

1.66
2.43

0.89

4.59

2.73
1.86

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


CALCULATION OF LEVELISED TARIFF

4.59

10522

D. AVERAGE PRE TAX TARIFF (Rs/kWh) FOR BLOCK OF FIVE YEARS

C. TOTAL TARIFF (Rs/kWh) (A+B)

TOTAL 'B' FIXED CAPACITY CHARGES (Rs million)

1.77

1.81

1.91

TOTAL 'B' FIXED CAPACITY CHARGE (Rs/kWh


GENERATED) AT AUX LOAD

1.86

0.26
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.66
0.34
0.00

0.25
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.72
0.34
0.00

15381

B. CAPACITY CHARGE (Rs million)


FIXED O&M (INCLUDING INSURANCE)
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
DEPRECIATION
INTT. ON WC (LOCAL)
INTT. ON DEBT (LOCAL)
RETURN ON EQUITY
CORPORATE INCOME TAX
TOTAL 'B' FIXED CAPACITY CHARGE (Rs/kWh
GENERATED)

15381

2.73

TOTAL 'A' ENERGY COST (Rs million)

TOTAL 'A' ENERGY COST (Rs/kWh) AT AUX LOAD

2.58

2.55
0.03

2.55
0.03

2.58

TOTAL 'A' ENERGY COST (Rs/kWh GENERATED)

59568
56441

59568
56441

ENERGY GENERATED (IN ,00 MWh)


NET ELECTRIC PRODUCTION (IN ,00 MWh)
A. ENERGY CHARGE (Rs/kWh GENERATED)
FUEL COST
COAL COST
FUEL OIL COST

YEAR

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


TARIFF CALCULATION (Rs/kWh)

1.44
2.17

0.80

4.53

2.73
1.80

4.53

4.53

10184

1.80

1.71

0.28
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.59
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

1.24
1.94

0.71

4.47

2.73
1.75

4.47

9852

1.75

1.65

0.30
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.52
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

1.07
1.73

0.64

4.41

2.73
1.69

4.41

9526

1.69

1.60

0.31
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.45
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.93
1.55

0.57

4.36

2.73
1.63

4.36

9209

1.63

1.55

0.33
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.37
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.80
1.38

0.51

4.30

2.73
1.58

4.30

8898

1.58

1.49

0.35
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.30
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.69
1.23

0.45

4.25

2.73
1.52

4.25

4.25

8596

1.52

1.44

0.38
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.23
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.59
1.10

0.40

4.20

2.73
1.47

4.20

8302

1.47

1.39

0.40
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.15
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

10

0.51
0.98

0.36

4.15

2.73
1.42

10

4.15

8017

1.42

1.35

0.43
0.01
0.37
0.11
0.08
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

11

0.44
0.88

0.32

4.09

2.73
1.36

11

4.09

7680

1.36

1.29

0.45
0.00
0.37
0.11
0.01
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

12

0.40
0.78

0.29

4.10

2.73
1.38

12

4.10

7773

1.38

1.30

0.48
0.00
0.37
0.11
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

13

0.36
0.70

0.26

4.14

2.73
1.41

13

4.10

4.14

7959

1.41

1.34

0.51
0.00
0.37
0.11
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

15

4.11

7806

1.38

1.31

0.58
0.00
0.28
0.11
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.31
0.62

0.23

4.07

2.73
1.35

14

0.28
0.56

0.20

4.11

2.73
1.38

15

APPENDIX XII

4.07

7596

1.35

1.28

0.54
0.00
0.28
0.11
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

14

APPENDIX XI

16

0.26
0.50

0.18

4.15

2.73
1.42

16

4.15

8030

1.42

1.35

0.61
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

17

0.24
0.44

0.16

4.19

2.73
1.46

17

4.19

8267

1.46

1.39

0.65
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

18

0.22
0.40

0.15

4.23

2.73
1.51

18

4.24

4.23

8518

1.51

1.43

0.69
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

19

0.20
0.35

0.13

4.28

2.73
1.56

19

4.28

8786

1.56

1.47

0.73
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

20

0.19
0.32

0.12

4.33

2.73
1.61

20

4.33

9070

1.61

1.52

0.78
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.17
0.28

0.10

4.39

2.73
1.66

21

4.39

9372

1.66

1.57

0.83
0.00
0.28
0.12
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

21

22

0.16
0.25

0.09

4.44

2.73
1.72

22

4.44

9693

1.72

1.63

0.88
0.00
0.28
0.13
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

23

0.15
0.23

0.08

4.50

2.73
1.78

23

4.51

4.50

10034

1.78

1.68

0.93
0.00
0.28
0.13
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

25

4.64

10781

1.91

1.81

1.06
0.00
0.28
0.13
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

0.14
0.20

0.07

4.57

2.73
1.84

24

0.13
0.18

0.07

4.64

2.73
1.91

25

APPENDIX XII

4.57

10396

1.84

1.75

0.99
0.00
0.28
0.13
0.00
0.34
0.00

15381

2.73

2.58

2.55
0.03

59568
56441

24

APPENDIX XI

30932.4
1082.6
773.3
30159.1
1082.6
30159.1
1055.6
773.3
29385.7
1055.6

BEGINNING OF III QUARTER BALANCE


THIRD QUARTER INTEREST
THIRD QUARTER PRINCIPAL
END OF THIRD QUARTER BALANCE
THIRD QUARTER DEBT SERVICE

BEGINNING OF IV QUARTER BALANCE


FOURTH QUARTER INTEREST
FOURTH QUARTER PRINCIPAL
END OF FOURTH QUARTER BALANCE
FOURTH QUARTER DEBT SERVICE
4303.5
1546.6
4303.5

30932.4
1082.6
0.0
30932.4
1082.6

BEGINNING OF II QUARTER BALANCE


SECOND QUARTER INTEREST
SECOND QUARTER PRINCIPAL
END OF SECOND QUARTER BALANCE
SECOND QUARTER DEBT SERVICE

TOTAL ANNUAL INTEREST


TOTAL ANNUAL PRINCIPAL
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

30932.4
1082.6
0.0
30932.4
1082.6

30932.4
773.3
10
0.5
14

BEGINNING OF I QUARTER BALANCE


FIRST QUARTER INTEREST
FIRST QUARTER PRINCIPAL
END OF FIRST QUARTER BALANCE
FIRST QUARTER DEBT SERVICE

YEAR

LOAN AMOUNT
QUARTERLY PAYMENT
TERMS OF PAYMENT (YEARS/FREQUENCY)
GRACE/MORATORIUM (YEARS)
ANNUAL INTEREST RATE (%)

3951.6
3093.2
3951.6

27065.8
947.3
773.3
26292.5
947.3

27839.1
974.4
773.3
27065.8
974.4

28612.4
1001.4
773.3
27839.1
1001.4

29385.7
1028.5
773.3
28612.4
1028.5

3518.6
3093.2
3518.6

23972.6
839.0
773.3
23199.3
839.0

24745.9
866.1
773.3
23972.6
866.1

25519.2
893.2
773.3
24745.9
893.2

26292.5
920.2
773.3
25519.2
920.2

QUARTERLY INSTALMENT

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


LOAN AMORTIZATION (Rs million)
LOAN (LOCAL)

3085.5
3093.2
3085.5

20879.3
730.8
773.3
20106.0
730.8

21652.7
757.8
773.3
20879.3
757.8

22426.0
784.9
773.3
21652.7
784.9

23199.3
812.0
773.3
22426.0
812.0

2652.5
3093.2
2652.5

17786.1
622.5
773.3
17012.8
622.5

18559.4
649.6
773.3
17786.1
649.6

19332.7
676.6
773.3
18559.4
676.6

20106.0
703.7
773.3
19332.7
703.7

2219.4
3093.2
2219.4

14692.9
514.3
773.3
13919.6
514.3

15466.2
541.3
773.3
14692.9
541.3

16239.5
568.4
773.3
15466.2
568.4

17012.8
595.4
773.3
16239.5
595.4

1786.3
3093.2
1786.3

11599.6
406.0
773.3
10826.3
406.0

12372.9
433.1
773.3
11599.6
433.1

13146.3
460.1
773.3
12372.9
460.1

13919.6
487.2
773.3
13146.3
487.2

1353.3
3093.2
1353.3

8506.4
297.7
773.3
7733.1
297.7

9279.7
324.8
773.3
8506.4
324.8

10053.0
351.9
773.3
9279.7
351.9

10826.3
378.9
773.3
10053.0
378.9

APPENDIX VIII

920.2
3093.2
920.2

5413.2
189.5
773.3
4639.9
189.5

6186.5
216.5
773.3
5413.2
216.5

6959.8
243.6
773.3
6186.5
243.6

7733.1
270.7
773.3
6959.8
270.7

487.2
3093.2
487.2

2319.9
81.2
773.3
1546.6
81.2

3093.2
108.3
773.3
2319.9
108.3

3866.5
135.3
773.3
3093.2
135.3

4639.9
162.4
773.3
3866.5
162.4

10

81.2
1546.6
81.2

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

773.3
27.1
773.3
0.0
27.1

1546.6
54.1
773.3
773.3
54.1

11

*
*
*
*
*

WC FUNDED BY EQUITY
WC FUNDED BY LOAN
INTEREST ACCRUED ON WC LOAN
INTEREST ON WC (Rs/kWh GENERATED)

7325.33

2533.29
14.73
122.53
294.08
4360.69

0.00
5480.78
671.40
0.11

-17.62
1826.93
5480.78

7307.70

2533.29
14.73
130.18
312.43
4317.07

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

APPENDIX VII

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

TOTAL EXCL. LAND

0.00
5494.00
673.01
0.11

0
0
6.24

ESCALATION (%)

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

0
6.24
3.33
3.33

3.
4.
5.
6.

1
2
1
20%
2

MONTHS

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

0
3.34
5.28
5.28
43839.09

PLANT LIFE 25 YEARS


13 YEARS
12 YEARS

7325.33
1831.33
5494.00

TOTAL

COAL STOCK
FUEL OIL STOCK
O&M EXPENSES (LOCAL)
STORES AND SPARES (Percentage of O&M)
RECEIVABLES

APPENDIX VI

1. INCREASE/DECREASE IN W.C. REQUIREMENT


2. MARGIN MONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
2a. WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT TO BE FUNDED

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

YEAR

STRAIGHT LINE METHOD

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


CALCULATION OF WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT

CALCULATION OF DEPRECIATION
1. METHOD
2. PERIOD
3. RATE OF DEPRECIATION (% P.A.)
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
4. CAPITAL COST EXCLUDING LAND (Rs million)
STRAIGHT LINE DEPRECIATION (ESA)
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
TOTAL

YEAR

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


DEPRECIATION (Rs million)
5

0.00
5459.21
668.75
0.11

-46.37
1819.74
5459.21

7278.95

2533.29
14.73
138.30
331.93
4260.71

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

0.0
6252.4
26970.7
10616.0
43839.1

COST INCL.
CONTINGENCIES

0.00
5439.74
666.37
0.11

-72.34
1813.25
5439.74

7252.98

2533.29
14.73
146.93
352.64
4205.39

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

0.00
5422.47
664.25
0.11

-95.36
1807.49
5422.47

7229.96

2533.29
14.73
156.10
374.64
4151.20

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

BOOK VALUE FOR DEPRECIATION

0.00
5407.56
662.43
0.11

-115.24
1802.52
5407.56

7210.08

2533.29
14.73
165.84
398.02
4098.20

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

TOTAL
0.0
6252.4
26970.7
10616.0
43839.1

0.00
5395.15
660.91
0.11

-131.79
1798.38
5395.15

7193.54

2533.29
14.73
176.19
422.86
4046.47

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

0.00
5385.40
659.71
0.11

-144.79
1795.13
5385.40

7180.53

2533.29
14.73
187.18
449.24
3996.08

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

10

0.00
5378.47
658.86
0.11

-154.04
1792.82
5378.47

7171.29

2533.29
14.73
198.87
477.28
3947.13

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

11

*
*
*
*
*

0.00
5374.53
658.38
0.11

3.
4.
5.
6.

WC FUNDED BY EQUITY
WC FUNDED BY LOAN
INTEREST ACCRUED ON WC LOAN
INTEREST ON WC (Rs/kWh GENERATED)

-159.28
1791.51
5374.53

7166.04

TOTAL

10
2533.29
14.73
211.27
507.06
3899.69

COAL STOCK
FUEL OIL STOCK
O&M EXPENSES (LOCAL)
STORES AND SPARES (Percentage of O&M)
RECEIVABLES

YEAR

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

12

1. INCREASE/DECREASE IN W.C. REQUIREMENT


2. MARGIN MONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
2a. WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT TO BE FUNDED

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


CALCULATION OF WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT

CALCULATION OF DEPRECIATION
1. METHOD
2. PERIOD
3. RATE OF DEPRECIATION (% P.A.)
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
4. CAPITAL COST EXCLUDING LAND (Rs million)
STRAIGHT LINE DEPRECIATION (ESA)
LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT
CIVIL WORK BUILDING
PLANT AND MACHINERY
MISC. FIXED ASSETS
TOTAL

YEAR

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


DEPRECIATION (Rs million)

0.00
5366.00
657.33
0.11

-170.66
1788.67
5366.00

7154.67

2533.29
14.73
224.46
538.70
3843.49

11

0
208.83
1424.05
560.52
2193.41

13

0.00
5413.30
663.13
0.11

-107.60
1804.43
5413.30

7217.73

2533.29
14.73
238.46
572.31
3858.93

12

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

14

0.00
5474.50
670.63
0.11

-25.99
1824.83
5474.50

7299.33

2533.29
14.73
253.34
608.03
3889.94

13

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

15

0.00
5469.50
670.01
0.11

-32.66
1823.17
5469.50

7292.66

2533.29
14.73
269.15
645.97
3829.52

14

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

16

0.00
5538.57
678.48
0.11

59.44
1846.19
5538.57

7384.77

2533.29
14.73
285.95
686.28
3864.52

15

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

17

0.00
5611.96
687.47
0.12

157.29
1870.65
5611.96

7482.62

2533.29
14.73
303.79
729.10
3901.71

16

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

18

0.00
5689.93
697.02
0.12

261.25
1896.64
5689.93

7586.58

2533.29
14.73
322.75
774.59
3941.21

17

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

19

0.00
5772.76
707.16
0.12

371.69
1924.25
5772.76

7697.02

2533.29
14.73
342.89
822.93
3983.18

18

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

20

0.00
5860.77
717.94
0.12

489.03
1953.59
5860.77

7814.36

2533.29
14.73
364.28
874.28
4027.77

19

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

21

0.00
5954.26
729.40
0.12

613.69
1984.75
5954.26

7939.01

2533.29
14.73
387.01
928.84
4075.14

20

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

22

0.00
6053.59
741.56
0.12

746.12
2017.86
6053.59

8071.45

2533.29
14.73
411.16
986.79
4125.47

21

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

23

0.00
6159.11
754.49
0.13

886.82
2053.04
6159.11

8212.15

2533.29
14.73
436.82
1048.37
4178.94

22

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

24

0.00
6271.22
768.22
0.13

1036.30
2090.41
6271.22

8361.63

2533.29
14.73
464.08
1113.79
4235.74

23

0
390.15
898.12
353.51
1641.79

25

APPENDIX VI

0.00
6390.33
782.82
0.13

1195.11
2130.11
6390.33

8520.44

2533.29
14.73
493.04
1183.29
4296.09

24

0.00
6516.87
798.32
0.13

1363.83
2172.29
6516.87

8689.16

2533.29
14.73
523.80
1257.13
4360.21

25

APPENDIX VII

HPGCL 1x800 MW THERMAL POWER PLANT, PANIPAT, HARYANA


TABLE OF CONTENT
Particulars
Input Data and Assumptions
General Break Down of Project Cost
Phasing of Expenses (in %)
Payment schedule
Calculation of IDC & Construction Period Sources
Depreciation
Calculation of Working Capital Requirement
Loan amortization loan (Local)
Calculation of Fuel Cost
Total energy charges
Average Tariff calculation
Calculation of Levelised Tariff

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800 S

600 S

400 S

200 S

0.0NS

2200 W

NALLAH

2000 W

61.18

WEIGH
BRIDGE

141.70

31
29

17

.2

1 20

.0

1800 W

30.93

17

18

1600 W

19

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-8

857 - 868

1400 W

10.55

733 - 742

488 - 502

471 - 486

DM PLANT

660 - 651

41.69

CW MCC ROOM
UNIT - 7 & 8

439 - 447

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-7

459 - 470

NALLAH

427 - 438
631 - 640
691 - 700

147.72

CW PUMP HOUSE
73.60

17.71

407 - 418

BUILDING
IN RUINS

1200.604-W
133.248-S

85.23

361 - 370

220 KV LINE

1122.416-W
148.898-S

85.23

89.98

220 KV LINE

7.05

100.07
59.79

78.71

59.80
X

GATE NO.1
SECURITY POST

103.61

879.218-W
481.752-S

33.08

50.99

10
.7

90

3'

3.48

0.79

SECURITY POST
WEIGH
BRIDGE

35.29

89

'

SECURITY POST

GATE NO.2

24.11

1
7'
69.56

10.80

879.701-W
772.787-S

89

X
X
X

112.70

86.20

3.73

69.56

86.52

86

2'

5.27

3.51

10.44

AREA = 3745.50 S.qm

800 W

AREA = 2472.78 S.qm

0.76

24.11

UNIT-6

17.52

AREA = 3574.04 S.qm

54.27

32.34

3.87

9516'

2.59

30.83

600 W

650.650-W
483.898-S

42.62

STEEL STORE YARD

665.586-W
596.895-S

740.592-W
771.312-S

77.75

8257'

RAILWAY LINE

5.5

AREA = 1875.74 S.qm

PETROL PUMP

OFFICE

10.66

235.12

4.03
12.73
8.75

23

10.08

4.31
4.75
22.32

33.35

51.16

400 W

6.43

10.23

9.

25.87

200 W

SWITCH YARD AREA

84.34

3.52

TEMPLE

220 KV LINE

97.00

PIPE LINE

PIPE LINE

GEN ROOM

8.86 181.65

74.697-W
226.790-S

OFFICE

SWITCH YARD AREA

54.48

25.60

34.67

4.87

IP
AN

AT

>>

220 KV LINE

44.78

W.P.H.

PUMP HOUSE

41.07

374.2

0 WE

90

.M

TC

-2

'

'

'

33

9.

60

SECURITY
POST

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-4

361.50

166.00

90

'

90

'

200 E

AREA= 76680.50 Sqm./4048


= 18.94 ACRES

RAW WATER
STORAGE POND NO.2

306.50

AREA= 68150.75 Sqm./4048


= 16.84 ACRES

140.50

9'
141
900'

27.00

90

'

'
70.00

'

90

90

309.416-E
1366.750-S

'

90

90

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-2

PUMP HOUSE

PEER BABA

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-1

200 E

RAW WATER
STORAGE POND NO.1

COOLING TOWER
UNIT-3

PLANT

BUILDING
IN RUINS

IO
NAT
RI T
LO AN
CH PL

MISC PUMP HOUSE


STAGE 1 & 2

90

10.04

90

TG

WATCH TOWER

ORE

27.82

ST

0 WE

PUMP HOUSE

19.93

.15

1000 W

<< JIND

93.0

39.72

57.96

6.0

348

47.

192.9

1600 S

PLANTATION AREA

33.0

71.58

10.46

23

3.3

18.95

200 W

73.58
8

1400 S

8.10

87.73

4.19

204.1

400 W

6.64
318.14

600 W

2.9

1200 S

1000 S

1052.611-W
422.619-S

1.56

AREA= 1003.27 Sqm.

44.01

23.48

10.21

8.11

972.914-W
42.537-S

955.376-W
79.856-S

7.55

2.16
20.00

3.4

13.75

93.52

228.24

90.90

4.38

9.98

140.94

1050.663-W
155.005-S

CISF UNIT LINE

1102.275-W
418.458-S

1200 W

321 - 330

571 - 580

601 - 610

8.23

1200.058-W
59.125-S

CHLORINATION
BUILDING

SHOP
SIDE STREAM
FILTRATION
UNIT-7 & 8

611 - 620
301 - 310

419 - 426
621 - 630
681 - 690

395 - 406
561 - 570
311 - 320

200 N

RAILWAY LINE

341 - 350

63.87

NALLAH

591 - 597
351 - 360
53.58

X
X
X

54.19
137.36

54.37

30.02
3.27

400 N

.50

21.43

48.68

356.70

8.23

39.96

56.99

47.80
60.85

800 W

8.93

29.24
X
X
X
X

X
X
X

2.36

1000 W

1200 W

285.83

1400 W

280.71

1600 W

1800 W

74.20

52

2000 W

249.04
35.20

114.16
155.38

76.56

6.10

24.69

23.19

99.60

2200 W

27.23

600 N

82.23
6.09

17.85

6.49

113.38

89

5'

181.81

75.21

17.27

22.16

56.99

47.28

128.64

17
335.22

90.56
272.28

48.01
3

90.67
16.3

71.21

13.35
240.87

16.24
X

215.80
X

6.53
X

13.02
180.21
51'

19.62
128

80.75

67.00

12.96
88.76

46.49

8.08
X

6
X

.8

153.00

58.5

233.94
39

212.00

5
4.30
70.00

6.5
X

365.00

X
X

31.59

.4
X

195.25

270.04

22

275
.28
69

3
8

59

37.00
X

88.76

9.74
21.42

'

210.00

869 - 880

55.64

400 E

400 E

1600 S

1400 S

1200 S

1000 S

800 S

600 S

400 S

PUMP HOUSE

200 S

0.0NS

200 N

400 N

600 N

N.D.C.T.
C.W.P.H. /ACWPH

13

SPACE FOR FGD


H2 GENERATION PLANT
FIRE WATER PUMP HOUSE
SERVICE BUILDING
AIR COMPRESSOR BUILDING
LDO & HDO FUEL DAY OIL TANK

27
28
29
30
31
32

--------WAGON TIPPLER/TRACK HOPPER

35
36

DATE:
08.12.14

SCALE:
N.T.S.

DRAWN BY:
J.D.

CHKD.
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PLOT PLAN
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TITLE

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

FUEL OIL PUMP HOUSE


34

DG ROOM

TRANSFER TOWER
26

33

CRUSHER HOUSE

25

FIRST AID STAITION

ENVIRONMENTEL MONITORING UNIT


24

C.W. CORRIDOR

ELECTRICAL AND CONTROL BUILDING

21

23

COMPRESSOR HOUSE FOR ASH HANDLING

20

22

D.M. TANK
RO PLANT

D.M. PLANT

17

19

CLARIFIED WATER RESERVOIR

16

18

CLARIFIERS

15

CHLORINATION PLANT (C. W. SYSTEM & POTABLE WATER SYSTEM)

SWITCHYARD
12

14

TRANSFORMER YARD

ASH WATER PUMP HOUSE

11

CHIMNEY

FLY ASH SILOS

E.S.P. CONTROL ROOM

10

ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR

BOTTOM ASH SLURRY PUMP HOUSE

MILL BAY

BOILER UNITS

POWER HOUSE BUILDING

DESCRIPTION.

A LIST OF BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES


SR.NO.

144 m3/hr

CENTRAL
MONITORING
BASIN

SLUDGE FOR
OFF-SITE
DISPOSAL

SLUDGE THICKNER

2X100%

CLARIFIER
#1

CLARIFIER
#2

TO AHP SUMPS
(IN EMERGENCY)

2686 m3/hr

FIRE PUMPS
(ELEC. &
DIESEL DRIVEN)

SLUDGE DISPOSAL
PUMPS
(2W+1S)

JOCKEY
PUMPS 2
(1W+1S)

RAW WATER RESERVOIR

RAW WATER
2600 m3/hr

CHEMICAL DOSING &


CHLORINATION

SUPPLY PUMP TO CLARIFIER


2(1W+1S)

EVAPORATION LOSS

2740 m3/hr

WATER FROM WESTERN


YAMUNA CANAL

54 m3/hr

SLUDGE SUMPS

144 m3/hr

CLARIFIER
WATER
RESERVOIR

5
6

WATER PUMPS
2(1W+1S)

DM WATER 105
PUMPS
2(1W+1S)

SERVICE
SUPPLY PUMP
2(1W+1S)

m3/hr

COMMON
EFFLUENT PLANT

10 m3/hr

DM STREAMS
3(2W+1S)

PLANT DISTRIBUTION

16 m3/hr

DM TRANSFER
PUMPS
3(2W+1S)

HEAT CYCLE MAKE UP

79 m3/hr

DMWST
2X1100

CW PUMPS
3 (2W+1S)

CHEM FEED
SYSTEM

CONDENATE
POLISHING PLANT

SLUDGE FOR
OFF SITE

RO
PLANT

CLARIFIER

BLOW DOWN HOLDING


POND

13 m3/hr

BOILER
BLOW
DOWN
47.52 m3/hr

438 m3/hr

2.6 m3/hr

SG. TG.BOP
AUXILLARIES

3x50 % PLATE HEAT


EXCHANGER

P.H.E
P.H.E

P.H.E

H2 GENERATION
PLANT

5.3 m3/hr

CONDENSER
141000 m3/hr

1.3 m3/hr

DMCW
TANK

378 m3/hr

CT BLOW DOWN
TO BLOW DOWN
HOLDING POND

COOLING TOWER
COOLING RANGE=9
c

CHEMICAL DOSING
CHLORMATION

EVAPORATION & DRIFT


2035 m3/hr

ACW PUMPS
3 (2W+1S)

PLANT DISTRIBUTION

OVER HEAD PLANT


SERVICE WATER TANK

OVER HEAD PLANT


POTABLE WATER TANK

95 m3/hr

95 m3/hr

73 m3/hr

NEUTRALIZING PIT

PLANT & COLONY POTABLE


WATER PUMPS 2(1W+15)

2413 m3/hr

SLUDGE
SUMP

6.8 m3/hr

144 m3/hr

10

EVAPORATION +
OTHER LOSSES

ASH WATER TANK

302 m3/hr

CENTRAL MONITORING
BASIN
GREEN BELT

30 m3/hr

10

DATE:
08.12.14

11

SCALE:
N.T.S.

DRAWN BY:
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WATER SYSTEM - SCHEME


DRAWING No.

TITLE

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1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

ASH POND

ASH SLURRY SUMP

ASH HANDLING EQUIPMENT

CHP DUST SUPPRESSION

54 m3/hr

COMMON EFFLUENT
TREATMENT PLANT

386 m3/hr

ETP
CLARIFIER

FLOOR WASH

12

EXHIBIT NO. : 5.1

11

OWS

FROM
NEUTRALIZING PIT

OIL FOR
OFF SITE
DISPOSAL

STEM TURBINE
AREA

328 m3/hr

BOILAER
AREA

8 m3/hr

MISC SUMP

40 m3/hr

RO REJECTS

FULE OIL
AREA

10 m3/hr

TRANSFORMER
AREA

CHP
AREA

DM PLANT
NEUTRALISATION

FGD
PLANT
(FUTURE)

A/H WASH
SUMP

BOILER AREA
DRAIN

MISC DRAIN
SUMP

FUEL OIL
AREA

STG
AREA

TRANSFORMER
AREA

SETTLING
BASIN

MAINTENANCE
BASIN FOR
SETTLEMENT

OIL WATER
SEPARATOR

COAL PILE
DUST
SUPPRESSION

OFFSITE DISPOSAL

OIL COLLECTION AND

4
6

CENTRAL
MONITORING
BASIN

PLANT

COMMON
EFFLUENT TREATMENT

HORTICULTURE &
GREEN BELT

RECOVERED WATER

PROVISION FOR
MANUAL CHEMICAL DOSING

RO

CLARIFIER

COOLING TOWER
BLOW DOWN
HOLDING POND

SOAK PIT

AHP AND ASH


DISPOSAL SYSTEM

FILTER
BACKWASH

RAW WATER
CLARIFIER SLUDGE

SEPTIC
TANK

12

EXHIBIT-5.2

11

10

DATE:
08.12.14

SCALE:
N.T.S.

11

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EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT
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PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

SLUDGE FOR
OFFSITE DISPOSAL

RAW WATER INTAKE

DEWATERING/
THICKENER/
DRYING BED

SANITARY WASTE
FROM PLANT

10

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ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/M-03

COAL HANDLING SYSTEM


DRAWING No.

TITLE

03

Rev.

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

EXHIBIT NO. : 5.3

PI

PI

PS

PI

PS

PI

PS

HP WATER PUMP
3 NO.S (2W + 1S)

HP ASH WATER PUMP


2 NO.S (1W + 1S)

HOPPER
MAKE-UP/
FILLING CANAL

SEAL THROUGH
FLUSHING CONN.

PI

PS

PI

ASH WATER PUMP HOUSE


COMMON FOR 2 UNITS

PS

PI

PS

PI

TO FLY ASH SYSTEM

MAKE-UP BY
PURCHASER

LS

LS

LS

ACCESS DOOR AND


INSPECTION WINDOW (TYP.)

INSPECTION
WINDOW
SPRAY
(TYP.)

LP ASH WATER PUMP


2 NO.S (1W + 1S)

LP WATER PUMP
3 NO.S (2W + 1S)

FEED GATE HOUSING (TYP.)

BOTTOM ASH HOPPER

OVER GROUND WATER TANK

PS

PI

JET PUMP (TYP)

TO FLY ASH SYSTEM

PS

REFRACTORY COOLING INLET

BOTTOM ASH
HOPPERS UNIT #1

SEAL THROUGH MAKE-UP FILL


(TYP.)

FLUSHING NOZZLES (TYP.)

MAKE UP FROM CT BLOW


DOWN

MANUALLY OPTD.
PLUS GATE VALVE (TYP)

BA FILL WATER

FROM L.P.
WATER PUMPS

COMMON ASH SLURRY SUMP

TO ASH DISPOSAL AREA

UNIT #1

CLYD. OPTD. KNIFE


GATE VALVE (TYP)

CLINKER GRINDER (TYP.)

UNIT #2

B.A. OVERFLOW DRAIN PUMPS


2 NO.S (1W + 1S)

OVERFLOW
SEAL BOK
(TYP.)

AIR PRE-HEATER HOPPERS


UNIT #1

ECONOMISER HOPPERS
UNIT #1

F A COLLECTOR TANKS

FLY ASH COLLECTOR TANKS

OVERFLOW TO
DRAIN SUMP

ASH DISPOSAL PUMP SERIES


(2W + 2 STND. BY)
COMMON FOR 2 UNITS

TYPICAL LINER

COARSE ASH
DISPOSAL PUMPS
2 NO.S (1W + 1S)

COARSE ASH TANK

PLATE VALVE (MANUAL)


(TYP.)

SEAL WATER PUMPS


2 NO.S (1W + 1 STND. BY)

MOTOR OPERATED SUMP


ISOLATION PLUG VALVE
(TYP.)

AIR PRE-HEATER HOPPERS


UNIT #2

ECONOMISER HOPPERS
UNIT #2

SEAL WATER FROM CLARIFIED


WATER SYSTEM AT PRESSURE
(APPROX.) 2 Kg/cm2 (G)

B.A. OVERFLOW DRAIN PUMPS


2 NO.S (1W + 1S)

BA FILL WATER
INSPECTION
WINDOW
SPRAY
(TYP.)

PI

PS

PRESSURE INDICATOR

PI

12

PI

DRAWING SOWN FOR TWO UNITS


SIMILAR SCHEME WILL BE FOLLOWED
FOR ONE UNIT.

NOTE: -

PS

PI

HOPPER
MAKE-UP/
FILLING CANAL

SEAL THROUGH
FLUSHING CONN.

EXHIBIT NO. : 5.4

11

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08.12.14

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ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/5.4
CHKD.
S.A.

00

Rev.

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

12

BOTTOM AND COARSE ASH HANDLING SYSTEM


DRAWING No.

TITLE

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

PS

FLUSHING NOZZLES (TYP.)

JET PUMP (TYP)

10

BOTTOM ASH HOPPER

FEED GATE HOUSING (TYP.)

PRESSURE SWITCH

REFRACTORY
COOLING LINE

ASH LINE

LP LINE

HP LINE

legend

ACCESS DOOR AND


INSPECTION WINDOW (TYP.)

MATERIAL
HANDLING
VALVE (TYP.)

FROM L.P.
WATER PUMPS

DRY LOADERS

TRACET BOX
(TYP.)

DRY FLY ASH COLLECTING


ARRANGEMENT

TO VACCUM
PUMP (TYP.)

AIR RECEIVER
(TYP.)

TAB

TAB

TO COMBINED ASH SLURRY SUMP

TAB

TAB

TAB

11
12

NOTE: -

CYLD. OPTD. SEC.


SLIDE VALVE (TYP.)

UNIT #2
ESP HOPPERS
(144 No.s)

4th FIELD

3rd FIELD

2nd FIELD

1st FIELD

EXHIBIT NO. : 5.5

MECHANICAL EXHAUSTERS
5No.s (4 W + 1 Std By)

10

COMMON FOR BOTH UNITS

TO TRUCK

FROM CLEAR WATER


(BY PURCHASER)

UNLOADING UNTO
OPEN TRUCK

UNLOADING UNTO
OPEN TRUCK

ASH
CONDITIONER
1 PER SILO

DRY LOADERS

FOR FUTURE
PROVISION

TRACET BOX
(TYP.)

SILO AERATION BLOWERS


3No.s (2 W + 1 Std By)

TO TRUCK

(1200 T CAPACITY)

(1200 T CAPACITY)

ASH
CONDITIONER
1 PER SILO

DRY FLY ASH SILO

DRY FLY ASH SILO

HDFC WATER PUMPS


2No.s (1 W + 1 Std By)

PRESSURE RELIEF
ACCESS DOOR (TYP.)

TRANSPORT AIR BLOWERS


5No.s (4 W + 1 Std By)

10

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08.12.14

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ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/5.5

FLY ASH HANDLING SYSTEM


DRAWING No.

TITLE

CHKD.
S.A.

12

00

Rev.

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

DRAWING SHOWN FOR TWO UNITS


SIMILAR SCHEME WILL BE FOLLOWED
FOR ONE UNIT.

9th FIELD

9th FIELD

AIR LOCK
VESSEL (TYP.)

8th FIELD

8th FIELD

MATERIAL HANDLING
VALVE (TYP.)

AIR WASHER
TYPICAL

FROM HP
WATER HEADER

7th FIELD

DUST SEPERATOR
(TYP.)

TO COMBINED ASH SLURRY SUMP

WET FLY ASH


ARRANGEMENT
(TYP.)

VACCUM
BREAKER

7th FIELD

MATERIAL HANDLING
VALVE (TYP.)

COLLECTOR TANK
(TYP.)

WETTING HEAD
(TYP.)

FROM HP
WATER HEADER

6th FIELD

6th FIELD

CLYD. OPTD. KNIFE


GATE VALVE (TYP.)

MECHANICAL EXHAUSTERS
5No.s (4 W + 2 Std By)

5th FIELD

AIR INTAKE
VALVE (TYP.)

UNIT #1
ESP HOPPERS
(144 No.s)

5th FIELD

4th FIELD

3rd FIELD

2nd FIELD

1st FIELD

80 NO.S

CLOSED TRUCK

BY RAIL

S
S

S
S

S
S

FLOOR
COIL
HEATER

FLOOR
COIL
HEATER

TO COND. FLASH TANK

TO COND. FLASH TANK

LDO TANK

TO OIL DRAIN

HFO TANK - 2

HFO TANK - 1

MAIN RECIRCULATION LINE

FROM AUX. STEAM HEADER

FROM AUX. STEAM HEADER

FOR HFO PUMPS


(2W +1S)

S
S

FOR LDO PUMPS


(2NO.S)

S
S

SUCTION HEATER

SUCTION HEATER

S
S

S
S

S
S

S
S

TO COND. FLASH TANK

10

TO FURNACE

10

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08.12.14

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N.T.S.

11

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ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/5.6
CHKD.
A.G.

FLOW DIAGRAM FOR FUEL OIL SYSTEM


DRAWING No.

TITLE

12

00
APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

Rev.

FLOW MEASURING DEVICE

PUMP

UNLOADING HOSE

CHECK VALVE

GATE VALVE

CONTROL VALVE

DUPLEX STRAINER/FILTER

S
S

DESCRIPTION
STRAINER

SYMBOLS

L E G E N D

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

12

EXHIBIT-5.6

11

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

TO FURNACE E

FROM AUX. STEAM HEADER

PRESSURIZING PUMPS

TO COND. FLASH TANK

FROM AUX. STEAM HEADER

PRESSURISING PUMP

AFTER
COOLER
(TYP.)

AFTER
COOLER
(TYP.)

AFTER
COOLER
(TYP.)

AFTER
COOLER
(TYP.)

SA COMPRESSOR - 2Nos. (1W + 1S)

SUCTION
FILTER
(TYP.)

AIR-INTAKE
VALVE

SILENCER
(TYP)

SUCTION
FILTER
(TYP.)

SUCTION
FILTER
(TYP.)

SUCTION
FILTER
SCREW
(TYP.)
COMPRESSOR

AIR-INTAKE
VALVE

AIR-INTAKE
VALVE

IA COMPRESSOR - 2Nos. (1W + 1S)

SILENCER
(TYP)

SILENCER
(TYP)

PS

PS

PS

PS

WET AIR
RECEIVERS(TYP.)

WET AIR
RECEIVERS(TYP.)

PI

PI

PI

PI

PS

DUPLEX
PRE
FILTER

2x100%
CAPACITY
AIR DRYER
TWIN TOWER

AFTER
FILTER

PI

PI

CONDENSATE STORAGE AREA

INSTRUMENT
AIR RECEIVER

INSTRUMENT
AIR RECEIVER

12

EXHIBIT-5.7

11

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08.12.14

11

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DRAWN BY:
J.D.

ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/M-07
CHKD.
S.A.

FLOW DIAGRAM FOR COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM


DRAWING No.

TITLE

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

00

Rev.

12

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

SPARE

WORKSHOP

WATER TREATMENT/
FIRE PUMP HOUSE

COAL HANDLING PLANT

C.W. PUMP HOUSE

FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM

COMPRESSOR PLANT

TURBINE AREA

SPARE

WORKSHOP

WATER TREATMENT

CHLORINATION PLANT

CONDENSER
DEAERATOR
GENERATOR

TURBINE UNITS

ASH HANDLING PLANT

BOILER UNITS

10

FROM RAW WATER


INTAKE LINE

FIRE WATER
STORAGE TANK

LDO STORAGE
TANKS

HFO/LSHS
STORAGE
TANKS

FOAM
TANK

FOAM
TANK

MAIN
SPRAY
PUMP

COMMON
STANDBY
PUMP

MAIN HYDRANT
PUMP

2 x 100%
JOCKEY PUMP

HYDROPNEUMATIC
TANK

EMERGENCY
DG SET

HYDROGEN
PLANT

BOILER
BURNERS

CABLE
GALLERIES

COAL
CONVEYOR

AUXILARY
TRANSFORMER

LUBE OIL
EQUIPMENT

GENERATOR
TRANSFORMER

CANTEEN

SERVICE
BUILDING

BOILER
FLOORS

ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING

SWITCH GEAR/MCC ROOM FOR COOLING TOWER

CHP SWITCH GEAR TRANSFORMER AND CONTROL ROOM

COMBIND UTILITY SWITCH GEAR ROOM

ASH HANDLING ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOM

CHEMICAL HOUSE

ESP CONTROL ROOM

WORKSHOP

RAW WATER P/H

FIRE/FILTER WATER P/H

ASH SLURRY PUMP HOUSE

ASH HANDLING PLANT COMPRESSOR ROOM

10

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08.12.14

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N.T.S.

11

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J.D.

ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/5.8
CHKD.
S.A.

FLOW DIAGRAM FOR


FIRE FIGHTING & PROTECTION SYSTEM
DRAWING No.

TITLE

12

00

Rev.

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

12

EXHIBIT-5.8

11

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

UNCRUSHED
COAL STOCK PILE AREA

FUEL OIL UNLOAD/FORWARDING PUMP HOUSE

FUEL OIL DYKE AREA

WATER TREATMENT PLANT

SWITCH YARD AREA

DG HOUSE COMPRESSOR ROOM

CW PUMP HOUSE

CHP CONTROL
BUILDING

UT - 1A
45 MVA,
27/11.5 kV
ONAF/ONAN

BUS -2
CVT

400 kV BUS -2

400 kV BUS -1

GENERATOR
800(+10%)MW,
27 kV,
3PH, 50Hz,
0.85PF

UT - 1B
45 MVA,
27/11.5 kV
ONAF/ONAN

TO 11 kV
SWITCHGEAR

ST
90/45/45 MVA
400 kV/11.5/11.5 kV

BUS REACTOR

METERING
(TYP.)

METERING
(TYP.)

METERING
(TYP.)

TO
PLCC

LINE - 3

TO
PLCC

TO
PLCC

LINE - 2

CVT

CVT

CVT

LINE - 1

GENERATOR TRF (GT)


3x1PH, 315 MVA, 400 /27kV
3

IPBD

BUS
-1
CVT

CVT

TO
PLCC

METERING
(TYP.)

FUTURE

TO
PLCC

CVT

METERING
(TYP.)

LINE -4

BUS REACTOR

CAPACITOR VOLTAGE
TRANSFORMER

IS0LATED PHASE
BUS DUCT (IPBD)

CURRENT TRANSFORMER

ISOLATOR WITH EARTH


SWITCH ON ONE SIDE

EARTH SWITCH

LIGHTNING ARRESTOR
WITH COUNTER

WAVE TRAP

ISOLATOR

CIRCUIT BREAKER

THREE PHASE THREE WINDING


TRANSFORMER

THREE PHASE TWO


WINDING TRANSFORMER

LEGEND

10

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CHKD.
A.G.

ETPD043/PTPS/DFR/E-01

SLD FOR 400 kV SWITCHYARD


DRAWING No.

TITLE

03

Rev.

12

APPROVED BY
K.D.P.

PROJECT
1X800 MW PANIPAT SUPERCRITICAL THERMAL POWER
PROJECT AT ASAN VILLAGE, HARYANA

STEAG ENERGY SERVICES (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

CONSULTANT

12

EXHIBIT NO. : 5.9

11

CLIENT
HARYANA POWER GENERATON CORPORATION LTD.

10