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Premium member Presentation Transcript TITLE: Tariff Based Competitive Bidding for Transmission & Present status of Transmission Projects : TITLE: Tariff Based Competitive Bidding for Transmission & Present status of Transmission Projects GROUP-2 Amara Raja-P111011 Nimesh Bhanushali-P111031 Shailesh Sangle-P111043 Stuti Gandotra-P111050 GROUP – 11 VIVEK – P111055 VAIHAV-P111052 RISHI –P111041 DHIVYA-P111010PowerPoint Presentation: Policy Guidelines for PRIVATE INVESTMENT in TransmissionPowerPoint Presentation: 1.The Electricity Act, 2003 envisages private sector participation in transmission 2.Grant of transmission licenses by the CERC & SERC 3 .Acc. To National Electricity Policy 2005 TS requires adequate and efficient action to develop a robust and integrated power system for the country. Massive increase in generation - need for adequately augmenting transmission capacity Special mechanisms would be created to encourage private investment in transmission The Act creates a conducive environment for investments in all segments of the industry, both for public sector and private sector, by removing barrier to entry in different segments. PERSPECTIVE, SHORT TERM AND NETWORK PLANS Perspective Plan for three five year plan periods will be prepared by CEA. Short Term Plan corresponding with one five year plan period will be prepared by CEA. Both these plans form part of the National Electricity Plan. Network Plan will be prepared by the CTU based upon the National Electricity Plan.PowerPoint Presentation: The Network plan will be reviewed and updated as and when required but not later than once a year. The Network Plan would include the projects for new lines and substations, strengthening and up gradation of the existing lines and interregional transmission lines. If any private investor proposes to construct a transmission line, not being a dedicated transmission line (as defined in the Electricity Act 2003) and not included in the Network Plan, the required load flow study and other relevant studies will be undertaken by the CTU/ STU. EMPOWERED COMMITTEE The Empowered Committee will be headed by Member (Power System) of CEA. Functions : To identify projects to be developed under this Scheme. To invite bids and to select a developer To facilitate finalization and signing of Transmission Service Agreement (TSA) between the developer and the concerned utilities. To facilitate development of projects under this Scheme.PowerPoint Presentation: Project Formulation All the information to the stakeholders, regarding new projects and their technical and other specifications should be available to attract Pvt Investment The identified projects would need to be formulated with adequate details to enable competitive bidding to take place. Detailed Project Report (DPR) for these projects shall be prepared. Appropriate allocation will be made by CTU/STU to fund the formulation of projects and preparation of DPR. SELECTION OF DEVELOPER LICENSE FOR TRANSMISSION PAYMENT OF TRANSMISSION CHARGESPowerPoint Presentation: TARIFF BASED COMPETITIVE BIDDINGPowerPoint Presentation: Guidelines for Determination of Tariff by Competitive Bidding Process for transmission of electricity Objectives of the Guidelines – 1.Promote competitive procurement of transmission services of electricity so as to have competitive tariffs. 2.Encourage private investment in transmission lines. 3.Facilitate transparency and fairness in procurement processes; 4.Facilitate reduction of information asymmetries for various bidders 5.Protect consumer interests by facilitating competitive conditions in procurement of transmission services of electricity; 6.Enhance standardization and reduce ambiguity and hence time for materialization of projects 7.Provide flexibility to providers of transmission services on internal operations while ensuring certainty on availability of the transmission servicesPowerPoint Presentation: SCOPE Section 63 of the Electricity Act, 2003 These guidelines apply to the following types of transmission services: 1.To select transmission service provider for a new transmission line and to build, own, maintain and operate the specified transmission system elements. 2.To select transmission service provider in respect of specified transmission system elements on as is where is basis, which could be under construction or commissioned but not operational or commissioned and operational.PowerPoint Presentation: BID Process Coordinator - BPC 1.Responsible for coordinating the bid process for procurement of required transmission services. 2. For procurement of transmission services, required for inter-state transmission 3. For procurement of transmission services required for intra-state transmission 4. All the expenditure incurred by the BPC in the process of selection of the investor in accordance with the provisions of these guidelines will be recovered from the investor finally selected to develop that project. PREPERRATION FOR INVITING BIDS The BPC shall prepare the bid documentation in accordance with these guidelines or can use the standard bidding documents notified by Ministry of Power. TRANSMSSION SERVICE PROVIDER – TSP The successful bidder shall seek transmission license from the appropriate Regulatory Commission and shall be designated as the Transmission Service Provider.PowerPoint Presentation: BIDDING PROCESS 1.BPC may adopt a two-stage process featuring separate Request for Qualification (RFQ) and Request for Proposal (RFP) or adopt a single stage two envelope tender process combining the RFP and RFQ processes. 2.Notice should be published in at least two national newspapers, website of the BPC and the appropriate Government and preferably in trade magazines also, so as to accord it wide publicity 3.BPC shall provide only written interpretation of the tender document to any bidder / participant and the same shall be made available to all other bidders. 4.Standard documentation to be provided in the RFQ shall include- Definition of requirements Model Transmission Service Agreement (TSA) Period of validity of offer of bidder 5. RFP shall be issued to all bidders who have qualified at the RFQ stage. 6. Standard documentation to be provided by the BPC in the RFP shall include, Target Dates/Months TSA proposed to be entered with the selected bidder. Bid evaluation methodology to be adopted by the BPC. The RFP shall also specify the Discount Factor (DF) that would be used for evaluation of bids.PowerPoint Presentation: 7. Bid submission & evaluation To ensure competitiveness, the minimum number of qualified bidders will be two. 8. Bid evaluation committee 9. Eligible bidders shall be required to submit separate technical and transmission charges bids(to eliminate non serious bids) 10. Only the bids that meet all elements of the minimum technical criteria set out in the RFQ shall be considered for further evaluation on the transmission charges bids. 11. The transmission charge bid shall be rejected if it contains any deviation from the tender conditions for submission of the same. 12. The bidder who has quoted lowest transmission charge as per evaluation procedure shall be considered for the award.PowerPoint Presentation: Present status of Transmission ProjectsPowerPoint Presentation: Month SPV Agency kV Crore km Developer Oct 2009 East North Interconnection Co Ltd REC 400 800 450 Sterlite Technologies April 2010 Talcher-II Transmission Co Ltd REC 400 1,400 592 Reliance Power Transmission May 2010 North Karanpura Transmission Co Ltd REC 400 2,700 1,045 Reliance Power Transmission Jan 2011 Raichur Sholapur Transmission Co Ltd REC 765 300 210 Patel+ Simplex+ BS Transcomm Jan 2011 Jabalpur Transmission Co Ltd PFC 765 1,300 635 Sterlite Technologies Feb 2011 Bhopal Dhule Transmission Co Ltd PFC 765 900 1,000 Sterlite Technologies PROJECTS AWARDED TILL NOW :PowerPoint Presentation: Month SPV Agency kV Crore km Description -- Vemagiri Power Transmission corporation REC 1600 - Shortlisted 22 Companies to submit the proposals by Feb 15th -- Nagapattinam project PFC 1200 - Shortlisted 18 Companies to submit the proposals by Feb 10th PROJECTS TO BE AWARDED:PowerPoint Presentation: Month SPV Agency kV Crore km Developer Status Oct 2009 East North Interconnection Co Ltd REC 400 800 450 Sterlite Technologies April 2010 Talcher-II Transmission Co Ltd REC 400 1,400 592 Reliance Power Transmission May 2010 North Karanpura Transmission Co Ltd REC 400 2,700 1,045 Reliance Power Transmission Jan 2011 Raichur Sholapur Transmission Co Ltd REC 765 300 210 Patel+ Simplex+ BS Transcomm Jan 2011 Jabalpur Transmission Co Ltd PFC 765 1,300 635 Sterlite Technologies Feb 2011 Bhopal Dhule Transmission Co Ltd PFC 765 900 1,000 Sterlite Technologies STATUS OF PROJECTS AWARDED TILL NOW:PowerPoint Presentation: RELIANCE-STATUS OF PROJECTS : Source: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/companies/article2319763.ece 1.Status of North Karanpura Transmission Co Ltd: It has cited delays in requisite clearances for a key transmission link being executed by it as one of the reasons for serving the notice. The company has now sought “reliefs” under the ‘ force majeure' and ‘change of law' provisions of the Transmission Service Agreement. 2.Talcher-II Transmission Co Ltd: Reliance Power Transmission's arm, Talcher-II Transmission Company, had earlier served notices to electricity distribution utilities in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Orissa citing “unforeseen delays” in clearances for a key transmission link that was to evacuate electricity from generation stations in the eastern region to the southern States.PowerPoint Presentation: RELIANCE-STATUS OF COMPANY : Source: India Infraline news servicePowerPoint Presentation: ISSUES,PROBLEMS & RECOMMENDATIONS: ISSUES PROBLEMS RECOMMENDATIONS Land Right of way The Government ensure that right of way related issues are resolved before the project is put up for award Financing Competition increase so reduces ROE Access to ECB Narrow base Only 2 players Must be cap on projects Turnaround time Taking a lot of time for awarding Nodal agency to streamline the bidding procedures and roll out projects as quickly as possiblePowerPoint Presentation: PRIVATE PARTICIPATION: Do we need Private participation Yes Are we ready No ROW,Difficult to circumvent obstructions from owners of private properties as well as the custodians of public property Inter-phasing required between transmission lines and sub-stations Stability of network would be of utmost importance Regulatory mechanism in India has matured enough to ascertain that the projects are completed in optimum cost and in a given time schedule O V E R C O M E USE “PPP” CTU/ STU being stakeholders in the PPPs would certainly guide the private company towards efficient and optimized operation of the transmission systemPowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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