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Kala State Private Engineers

Empowering since 1957

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Remarkable Growth since inception

 Installed capacity – from 109.5 MW in 1957 to 2809 MW


in 2012
 99977 (1957) to 84 Lakhs
 Currently consumption Growing at 7% Annually

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Growth of Indian Electricity Sector

 Installed capacity grown from 1362 MW in 1947 to


2,28,721 MW today
 Electricity generation grown from 4073 MU in 1947 to
more than 8,50,000 MU today
 from 3061 in 1950 to 5.37 Lakh in 2011
 Currently consumption growing at 4% annually

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Tamil Andhra
Karnataka ]]
Nadu Pradesh

Installed Capacity
16161 14227 14198 2822
(MW)

Maximum
17497 18681 11258 3588
Demand (MW)

Energy
109968 104529 67833 23354
Requirement (MU)

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 25 KS Hydel stations generating 2010.05 MW
 5 Hydel IPPs & 2 H.ydel CPPs (56.36 MW)
 Total Hydel – 2066.41 MW
 MW
 Annual Energy consumption: 20758 MU
 Required Annual Revenue: > Rs 10000 cr

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Consumption pattern of Kla

• Revenue from domestic consumers is only 30% of the total


revenue
• Industrial consumption is only 30% in Kerala, while it is 45% at
the national level

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Demand as per EPS and energy gap

• Present availability from all sources is 3366 MW


• Gap of 791 MW at present

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Dependence on Import of Power including CGS

 The energy availed


from stations outside
Kla including CGS
during 2012-13 was
65% of the total
requirement, whereas
only 35% came from
internal sources

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 Central sector generating stations had a significant role
and their generation was shared among states
 85% power based on Gadgil formulae; 15% uallocated
quota distributed based on political decision of GoI
 CGS power shared tariff was not a consideration as both
were Govt. entities

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 Electricity Act 2003 allowed any investor to put up plants
without Govt. license
 Allocation from the CGS to the States through Gadgil
formula is no more in place
 After January 2011, utilities cannot buy power through
PPA route even from CGS, but only through tariff based
bidding

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 Role of private sector in power generation is increasing
 Share of IPPs in the total installed capacity of the
country has increased from 13688 MW (11%) in 2005 to
72927 MW (32%) today
 A large chunk of new infrastructure projects in power is
expected from private sector
 DISCOMs are to source power through Case 1 bid from
such projects or DISCOMs can initiate such projects
through Case 2 bid and own the entire power from the
plant

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