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SOUTHERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTRE

2006 - 07

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Preface
The Southern Regional Grid during the year 2006-07 experienced a sharp increase in the
demand growth. The increase in the peak demand and daily average energy over the last
year were by 12% and 8% respectively, touching a figure of 25039 MW in respect of the
peak demand and 560 MU in respect of maximum energy met in a day. However the growth
in generation capacity addition was not in commensuration with the growth in demand as
during the year merely a capacity of just 603 MW (1.6%) was added in the region. Such
wide gap between supply and demand growth had certainly affected the system frequency
profile in the region, bringing down the actual operating band in the IEGC range to around
94 % as compared to 97 % that of last year. To tackle the issue of steep demand growth,
the Constituents took all possible measures including entering into STOA contracts for
imports and maximizing their generation availability even by harnessing the high cost
Naptha/Diesel based generation. The contribution of inter regional links to avail opportunistic
UI and STOA transactions and marginal improvement in the system voltage profile over the
previous year were helpful in optimizing the system losses and

in maximizing

the

generation availability. The operation of the System Protection Scheme in the event of
unforeseen outage of the Talcher - Kolar HVDC link was also of immense help in preserving
the system security. All the above measures and consistent efforts with sustained cooperation by all the SR constituents made it possible to have another disturbance free year
of operation, despite the steep growth in demand.
The ULDC system, being the eyes and ears of the grid operator, provided great help in
operating the grid. SRLDC has extended its full support to the SLDCs for developing Power
Network Analysis (PNA) models to do contingency analysis in their state system. In-house
development of data extraction tool and real time demand estimation tool is another feather
in the cap of SR ULDC scheme. To augment their technical know-how a substantial number
of the System Operators in the region were exposed to variety of in-house training courses
by SRLDC, which include the programmes on ULDC, grid management, open access and
intra-state ABT. The web site maintained by SRLDC at www.srldc.org also proved to be of
immense help to all users as it hosts entire data related to reports, schedules, operation,
commercial and many other technical activities to facilitate effective system operation.
This document in the form of Annual Report contains the highlights and progress
made by Southern Region as well as the details of power supply position and system
parameters during the year. Feed back on the report and/or suggestions for any further
improvement are most welcome.

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

OPERATIONAL SUMMARY
2006-07

2005-06

2004-05

2003-04

37372 *

36769 *

32734

30794

603

871

1940

1606

- SOUTHERN REGION

25039

23372

22364

21928

- ANDHRA PRADESH

8641

8239

7613

7441

- KARNATAKA

5959

5558

5612

5445

- KERALA

2742

2578

2420

2426

- TAMILNADU

8803

8209

7473

7401

243

251

230

220

- SOUTHERN REGION

466.80

417.43

406.50

378.52

- ANDHRA PRADESH

155.99

144.40

143.56

129.62

- KARNATAKA

109.54

93.54

91.52

85.19

INSTALLED CAPACITY IN MW(At the end of the year)

GENERATION CAPACITY ADDITION (MW)

PEAK DEMAND MET (MW)

- PONDICHERRY
4

AVERAGE DAILY ENERGY CONSUMPTION (MU)

- KERALA
- TAMILNADU
- PONDICHERRY
5

AVERAGE ISGS GENERATION (MU)

AVERAGE GRID FREQUENCY(Hz)

AVERAGE FREQUENCY VARIATION INDEX

% TIME GRID FREQUENCY


- BELOW 49.0Hz
- BETWEEN 49.0Hz & 50.5Hz
- ABOVE 50.5Hz

10

39.77

36.73

34.41

33.62

157.07

138.54

133.05

126.35

4.43

4.15

3.92

3.73

140.46

138.21

117.20

99.19

49.50

49.84

49.85

49.69

4.08

1.63

0.83

1.96

5.96

2.32

0.13

2.30

93.96

96.64

99.7

97.26

0.08

1.04

0.17

0.44

Max / Min

Max / Min

Max / Min

Max / Min

- BANGALORE

411/387

411/388

410 / 391

405 / 385

- HYDERABAD

420/409

424/411

416 / 402

411 / 397

- CHENNAI

416/398

423/402

423 / 406

417 / 403

- TRISSUR

410/392

414/394

414 / 398

412 / 400

IMPORT

13058

11163

9330

6039

EXPORT

IMPORT

3562

2096

2500

1926

EXPORT

AVERAGE OF DAILY MAXIMUM AND DAILY MINIMUM VOLTAGES (KV)

EXCHANGE THROUGH HVDC LINKS (MU)


- TALCHER-KOLAR BIPOLE (WITH ER)

- GAZUWAKA HVDC BTB (WITH ER)

- BHADRAVATI HVDC BTB (WITH WR)

* Includes Wind & Co-generation etc.

IMPORT

193

220

147

298

EXPORT

3243

2939

1761

543

CONTENTS
PAGE No. .
Section 1

Highlights During the Year

Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
Section 6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Section 7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Section 8
8.1
8.2
Section 9
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
Section 10
10.1
10.2

Southern Regional Grid An Overview


New Generating Units/Lines/Sub-Stations commissioned during the year
ULDC Scheme in Southern Region
Generating Capacity
Summary of Installed Generating Capacity
Details of Installed Generating Capacity
Growth of Installed Generating Capacity during past decade
Power Supply Position
Summary of 2006-07 Power Supply Position
Monthwise Power Supply Position (Energy MU/day & Peak MW)
Monthwise Maximum, Minimum Energy Consumption with corresponding dates
Monthwise Maximum and Minimum Demand met (MW) with corresponding dates
Demand met (MU/day and Peak MW) in Southern Region during past decade
Average Daily Schedule vs. Actual drawal by States from Central Sector Stations
Monthwise Inter-Regional Exchanges
Inter-Regional Exchange during past 6 years
Kadamparai Pumped Storage Plant Operational Details during past 6 years
Generating Stations Performance
Summary of 2006-07 Regional Energy Generation (MU/day)
Performance of Generating Stations
Monthwise PLF of Thermal / Nuclear Generating Stations
Average Daily Schedule vs. Actual Generation by ISGSs
Regional Load Curve Data
Generation vs. Load for the Maximum Demand Day
Generation vs. Load for the Minimum Demand Day
Frequency, Voltage & Reservoir data
Monthwise Frequency Analysis
Monthwise Maximum / Minimum Voltage recorded at 400 KV Buses
Reservoir Data
Frequency Analysis during last 6 years
Voltage Analysis during last 7 years
Miscellaneous
Under Frequency Relays Provision in Southern Region
Shunt Capacitors Installation in Southern Region
Graphs
Break-up of effective Generating Capacity (source-wise)
Break-up of effective Generating Capacity (constituents-wise)
Source-wise contribution to Regional Energy during 2006-07
Source-wise contribution to Peak Met during 2006-07
Month-wise Frequency Spectrum
Annual Load Duration Curve
Annual Frequency Duration Curve
Load Curves for Maximum and Minimum Demand day
Reservoir Levels during last 5 years
Exhibits
400 KV Network
Details of Reactors on Lines and Buses

G-1
G-2
G-3
G-4
G-5
G-6
G-7
G-8
G-9
E-1
E-2

1
4
9
12
28
29
33
34
35
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
52
53
54
55
56
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58
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60
61
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HIGHLIGHTS DURING THE YEAR


1.1

Power Supply Position

During the year 2006-07, the Southern Region has witnessed a maximum
consumption of energy of 559.02 MU on 23rd March 2007 and maximum peak demand of
25,039 MW on 27th March 2007 as against the maximum values 517.5 MU and 23372 MW
met last year. In respect of daily average energy, the increase is from 417.7 MU/day to 466.8
MU/day. As can be inferred from the related data, the increase in the daily average energy
and peak MW as compared to previous year is 12 % and 7 % respectively as against the
generation capacity addition of just 1.6% (603 MW) during the year.
Daily Consumption Plot For 2005-06 & 2006-07
580

2006-07
CONSUMPTIONINMUs ---->

530

480

430

380

2005-06

330

Mar

Feb

Jan

Dec

Nov

Oct

Sep

Aug

Jul

Apr

May

Jun

280

MONTHS ---->

Despite both the peak demand and energy shortages being high during the year, the
power supply position in the Region has by and large been maintained in a satisfactory manner.
This was possible only due to the sustained efforts put forth and cooperation extended by all the
constituents. In order to have overall economy and efficiency, power was also exchanged by
SRLDC with the neighboring Regions on opportunity basis. During the rainy season of the year
though the inflows were not as high as that received during the previous year, still they were
better compared to the normal average and the constituents optimally utilized the hydro reserves.
1.2

Frequency Regime

During certain period of the year, particularly during the months of October-March,
2007 the system frequency sustained in the low range due to high demand coupled with
low generation at some stations due to shortage of fuel and limited hydro reserves, etc. Due
to these reasons, for certain durations SR grid has operated even below 49.0 HZ i.e. below
IEGC normal band.
Frequency Duration Curve (Last 5 Years)
51.0

2005-06

50.5

2004-05

FR
EQINH
Z--->

50.0
49.5

2002-03

49.0

2003-04
2006-07

48.5
48.0
47.5
47.0
5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

% OF TIME --->

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

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The frequency profile within IEGC normal band of operation i.e., between
49.0 50.5 Hz was for 93.96% of time and it was below 49 Hz. for 5.96% of the time
and above 50.5 Hz for 0.08% of the time.
1.3

Voltage Profile

During the year there was a marginal improvement in the voltage profile in the
Grid. The voltage generally remained within normal operating range with average daily
minimum voltage of 387 KV at Bangalore, which is the lowest Voltage node in the 400
KV grid of SR. At times, during the lean demand period the voltage levels had
increased and to contain the voltage all possible measures were taken by SRLDC
including opening of some of the EHV lines.
st

Bangalore Voltage Comparision on a Typical Day (1

Feb 06 & 07)

420

2007

VOLTAGE (KV) -->

410

400

2006

390

380

370

360
00

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

TIME IN HRS --->

The improvement in the voltage profile could be achieved due to judicious


switching in and switching out actions of the VAR controlling devices (reactors and
capacitors etc.), changing of transformer taps as well as participation by the generating
units in VAR management. The month wise details of the maximum, minimum and
average of daily minimum and maximum voltage of important 400 KV substations are
given in Section 9.2
1.4

Short-term Open Access (STOA)

As nodal agency, during 2006-07 a number of transactions under STOA were


approved by SRLDC and simultaneous approval/consent was also accorded for wheeling of
the power from ER/NER to WR/NR through SR. During the year, a total 570 number of
STOA cases were processed by SRLDC as nodal agency involving intra-region, and interregional (import) transactions under STOA with a total approved energy quantum of 2100
MU, leading to transfer of substantial power from surplus areas to deficit areas. In view of
the higher usage of transmission network due to open access, significant amount of relief to
the SR constituents was also possible towards payment of annual transmission charges.
1.5

Inter Regional Exchanges

Depending on the system conditions on opportunity basis, there has been a


remarkably large UI exchange with neighboring regions. In the year 2006-07, SR has
exported to WR, the energy to the tune of 192 MU and imported the energy to the tune of
497 MU. To ER SR has exported energy to the tune of 251 MU and imported the energy to
the tune of 343 MU. The figure shown below indicates the details of UI imported from
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WR/ER to SR on a typical day where the import under UI was to the extent of 20.31MU
and during certain period imported quantity was as high as 1208 MW from WR and 590
MW from ER. By exchanging UI with neighboring regions, SR constituents have gained to
the tune of Rs.81 Crores net during the year 2006-07 in the form of differential UI
incentive/gains.
Typical Day UI Import From ER/WR to SR on 05-Mar-07
1800

53.5

1600

53.0

1400

52.5

1200

52.0

1000

51.5

800

51.0

CG Freq
600

50.5

400

50.0

200

FREQ (HZ) ---->

MW ---->

UI

49.5

SR Freq

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

49.0
1

0
HOURS --->

1.6

Up-To-Date Settlement of UI Pool Account

During the year 2006 07, the total turnover in SR in respect of UI is


2761 MU with disbursement amount of Rs. 942 Crores which on an average comes out
to be around 52 MU energy exchange per week with average disbursement of 18 Crores
of Rupees. With the active co-operation of all the constituents, SRLDC has been able to
maintain up-to-date settlement of UI transaction and no amount is outstanding amongst
the constituents.
1.7

Safe and Secure Grid Operation

In view of the system strengthening and increase in the generation level as


well as substantial operational efforts, the system parameters were maintained in normal
range and security and safety of the grid was kept intact and no major disturbance
occurred in the grid during the year 2006-07.

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SOUTHERN REGIONAL GRID - AN OVERVIEW


2.1

SOUTHERN REGIONAL GRID

2.1.1

SR Grid Constituents
Southern Regional (SR) grid is a large system comprising of 651000 sq.
kms.of area encompassing 4 states system viz Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka,
TamilNadu and kerala and Union Territory of Pondicherry and Central Sector, State
sector and Independent Power Producing Generating stations. Different states are
interconnected with each other through 400 KV grid network and some 220 KV
inter-state lines.

ANDHRA
PRADESH
KARNATAKA

INSTALLED
CAPACITY:-7033 MW

INSTALLED
CAPACITY:-4992 MW

PEAK DEMAND
MET:-8641 MW

PEAK DEMAND
MET:-5959 MW

DAILY AVERAGE
CONSUMPTION:-156 MU

DAILY AVERAGE
CONSUMPTION:- 110
MU

TAMILNADU

KERALA
INSTALLED
CAPACITY:-2072 MW

PEAK DEMAND
MET:-8803 MW

PEAK DEMAND
MET:-2742 MW

DAILY AVG
CONSUMPTION:-157
MU

DAILY AVERAGE
CONSUMPTION:-40
MU

2.1.2

INSTALLED
CAPACITY:-5580 MW

Effective Generation Capacity of SR


Effective generating capacity as on 31st March 2007
Regional peak demand met (2006-07)
Average energy consumption(2006-07)
Transmission systems (as on 31st March 2007)
+ 500 HVDC
400 kV A.C
220 kV A.C

:
:
:

37372 MW
25039 MW
466.8 MU/Day

:
:
:

2738
15962
31410

ckt. kms.
ckt. kms.
ckt. kms.

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SOURCE-WISE EFFECTIVE GENERATING CAPACITY OF SOUTHERN REGION
WIND

AS ON 31-MAR-07

12.2%
HYDRO
30.1%
NUCLEAR
2.4%
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
12.3%

THERMAL
43.0%

2.1.3

Salient features of the Southern Regional Grid

3rd largest geographical area amongst the five regions, covering apporx.19% of the
area & approx. 22% of Indias population and 29% of the Installed Capacity.

Best Hydro thermal mix(30-70%) amongst all five regions giving, best operational
flexibility

2600 MW Capacity Thermal Power Station of NTPC at Ramagundam which is the


second largest capacity generating station in the country.

Largest Pump storage schemes in the country at Srisailam (900MW), Andhra


Pradesh and at Kadamparai (400MW), Tamil Nadu, bringing about economy in
scale and operational flexibility.

2000 MW capacity Talchar-Kolar HVDC interconnection with the Eastern Region,


which is the largest capacity HVDC interconnection in the country.

3420 MW Wind Mill generating capacity (Approx.) which is highest amongst all
the regions.

8330 MW capacity (Approx) from Independent Power Producers (IPPs) generating


plants, which is also highest amongst all the regions.

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FUNCTIONS OF SRLDC
As the Apex Body for operation of the integrated grid, the statutory functions of
SRLDC are:

2.3

Optimum scheduling and despatch of electricity within the Region;

Monitoring grid operation ;

Exercising supervision and control over the Inter-State Transmission System


(ISTS);

Responsible for Carrying out real time operations for grid control and
despatch of electricity within the region through secure and economic
operation of the regional grid in accordance with the Grid Standards and the
Grid Code.

CHANGED FACE OF OPERATION OF SR GRID

2000MW power handling capacity of Talcher-Kolar HVDC coupled with


1000 MW capacity HVDC links each at Gazuwaka and Chandrapur has
certainly played a vital role in the Southern Region System operation as
many utilities exchanged STOA transactions through / from SR to other
regions and vice versa.

After the synchronization of Northern Grid with the Central grid substantial
enhancement in utilization of all HVDC / Inter Regional links of SR with
neighboring regions viz. ER and WR has been achieved in both direction.
This has helped all the grids to combat the high demand situations through
opportunistic UI power import.

By commissioning of 400 KV Neelamangala - Mysore D/C line and 400 KV


Neelamangala Somanahalli S/C line, the availability of power in
Bangalore and Mysore area has considerably been improved and the
avenues for power transfer from Karnataka to Kerala would be improved.

By commissioning of LILO of 400 KV Nellore Sriperumbudur D/C lines


at Almathy, the voltages around Almathy have improved and the
transmission system for transfer of power to Tamil Nadu has also been
strengthened.

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SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF SRLDC

2.4.1 Grid Security and Safety


The SR grid security and safety has been enhanced remarkably in the recent
past following large number of measures taken as stated above and close coordination with the different Control centers/Utilities. As a testimony to this, it can
be seen that NO MAJOR DISTURBANCE in Southern Region has taken place in
the last five years.
2.4.2

Economic and Efficient System Operation


In view of the strengthening of the network and various reactive control
measures like switching in/switching out of the Reactors, changing of Transformer
Tap positions and operation of generating units in VAR generation/absorption mode
etc., the voltage profile in SR grid has improved consistently. As a result of the
improvement in the voltage profile, the overall system loss in the region also
improved bringing about overall economy and efficiency.
Further, ABT coupled with STOA Regulations has infused a sense of commercial
awareness amongst all the constituents of the region and has brought about a
marked improvement in the system operation, parameters, economy and efficiency
in the Region. Open access in Power trading has also enhanced the utilization of
available resources by constituents including use of Unrequisitioned Surplus (URS)
power and high cost Naptha / Diesel generation, which led to economy as well
improvement in system parameters.

2.4.3 Metering and Settlement System under ABT Regime


SRLDC plays an important and a key role in metering and settlement
system in Southern Regional grid. Over 450 Special Energy Meters (SEMs) of 0.2S
accuracy class have been installed and commissioned covering 80 locations in the
region in order to measure active as well as reactive energy exchanges at various
inter utility exchange points of the States and ISGS. The data from these meters are
read on weekly basis on every Monday and transferred electronically to SRLDC for
processing, validation and for preparation of weekly Unscheduled Interchange (UI)
/ Reactive Energy (RE) accounts. With the sustained support rendered by
constituents, the pool account for UI and Reactive Energy Charges in the region are
well operated and maintained by SRLDC resulting in NIL outstanding dues for
settlement in the Pool Account.
2.4.4 In-house development of operational utilities
In view of transfer of REA responsibility up to 30th September, 2006
SRLDC has made and issued UI & Reactive Energy accounts successfully with the
help of in-house software utilities developed for the purpose. Subsequently as per

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the CERC directions the REA responsibility has been transferred to SRPC
Secretariat.
Further the following software utilities developed in-house by SRLDC has
helped imminently in commercial and operation activities :
2.4.5

SEM data Checking / Validation Software


Regional Energy Accounting Software
Scheduling Software
Short Term Open Access (STOA) Software Utility
ISTS Shutdown Coordination Software Utility
Outage Programme Software Utility for Generators and ISTS

Training
In order to enhance the skill of the system operators / development
engineers at different control centers in the regions, SRLDC using in-house and
external faculties has conducted various training programmes to the operating staff
of SR constituents, which include Java programming for SCADA, RTU and XA-21
user level modules, etc. These training programmes have given a lot of confidence
to the operators / development engineers, in order to utilise the facility provided
under ULDC scheme in best possible manner.
Training was also provided to engineers on Grid Management & Open
Access which helped them in gaining good knowledge for grid operation. SRLDC
staff members shared their experience by conducting familiarization sessions on
implementation of frequency linked dispatch guide lines , IEGC, Intra-State ABT,
etc., to some of the SR constituents viz. KPTCL, KPCL, TNEB, NLC & NTPC.

2.4.6 SRLDC Website:


SRLDC website www.srldc.org hosts lot of useful and relevant
information in regard to grid operation and control. In order to update all the players
and other agencies in and outside the grid, the various power supply position (psp)
reports prepared at SRLDC on daily, weekly and monthly basis, and other relevant
reports/documents are regularly uplinked to the website. The complete range of
information related to daily schedules, bilateral contracts, un requisitioned surplus
power, real time data, energy meter data and the pool account operation details etc.,
are also made available on the website thereby bringing complete transparency in
the entire process and leading to a zero dispute regime of system operation .
2.5

GRID SECURITY ENHANCEMENT USING SYSTEM PROTECTION SCHEME

The System Protection Scheme to safeguard the system in the event of


tripping of 2000 MW capacity HVDC Talcher-Kolar link has successfully operated
in the SR Grid during the year. Under this scheme automatic load shedding is being
carried out in the event of tripping of HVDC link by transmitting inter-trip signals
to distant sub-stations through PLCC Channels. Total load relief of around 1500
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MW from sub-stations of all the states is achieved by communicating trip signal


through wide band communication network. The scheme has been of immense help
in enhancing the SR grid safety and security in the event of tripping of HVDC
Talcher-Kolar links.
2.6

THE ROAD AHEAD


Change is a continuous process, especially in the Power Sector where rapid
changes are taking place to commensurate with the National Electricity Policy and
its plan. Recognizing that lack of electricity can affect the rapid economic growth,
the Nation has set itself massive expansion plans in this sector and the target of
providing electricity to all household by the end of the XI Plan. However to meet
the wide gap in demand and supply, to meet the widely distributed loads and
supply of reliable and quality power of specified standards in an efficient manner at
reasonable rates is the real challenge to all the Power Engineers. In this regard the
CERC directions through its various orders are certainly helping the operators in
maintaining the grid in safe and operable limits. An important issue which requires
immediate attention is harnessing of large quantum of unutilized generation
available with CPPs and IPPs within the States as this would not only help the grid
to meet its increased demand but would also give assistance to the neighboring
Regions during crisis situations by transferring the power through STOA and UI.
Implementation of intra-state ABT in the State is another important issue as this
would help in rationalization of tariff and optimization in scheduling process within
the States for the generators and distribution companies. It is therefore important
that the States make all possible efforts to achieve this goal and optimize their
generation as well as adopt best possible demand side management techniques
utilizing good load forecasting methods and other available means. Further with the
interconnectivity of different regions and their networks, the grid operation is
becoming more complex and necessary training is also to be imparted to the system
operators to handle the system in all conditions. An issue which is of absolute
importance during the current scenario, particularly in respect of Southern Region is
the availability of abundant Wind generation without good predictability. Therefore,
necessary emphasis is required to be put by all in order to develop accurate tools for
forecasting the wind generation. The CERC staff paper on new ISTS tariff & losses
throws another challenge to the Power System Engineers in the coming years. This
has been brought in not only with the idea of bringing in the rationalization of tariff,
but also to evaluate the losses with distance and direction sensitivity. This
requirement is to be addressed by the Power System community in true earnest and
also keeping in view the simplicity and practicality for its implementation.

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3. NEW GENERATING UNITS/LINES/SUB-STATIONS COMMSSIONED


DURING THE YEAR 2006-07
3.1 GENERATING UNITS
SL.NO.

STATION NAME

CAPACITY
(MW)

TYPE OF FUEL

DATE

ANDHRA PRADESH
1

VEMAGIRI CCPP (ST)

137

GAS

06-Jun-06

RAYALASEEMA TPS U # 3

210

COAL

25-Jan-07

WINDMILL

1.08

WIND

2006-07

BAGASSE

68.7

---

2006-07

BIOMASS

15.12

---

2006-07

KARNATAKA
6

MINI HYDEL

3.2

HYDRO

14-Sep-06

ENERCON WIND FARM

52

WIND

26-Oct-06

ENERCON WIND FARM

16.8

WIND

29-Dec-06

WINDMILL

48.9

WIND

2006-07

10

BIOMASS

---

30-Dec-06

KERALA
NIL
TAMIL NADU
11

BHAVANI KATTALAI BARRAGE - I U # 1

15

HYDRO

01-Aug-06

12

BHAVANI KATTALAI BARRAGE - I U # 2

15

HYDRO

22-Sep-06

13

ARKEY ENERGY (ST)

14.8

GAS

15-Apr-06

CENTRAL SECTOR
NIL

TOTAL

603

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3.2 TRANSMISSION LINES


SL.NO.

NAME OF LINE

CKT NO

KV

CKT KM

DATE

I & II

400

52.0

17-Jul-06

ANDHRA PRADESH
1

VEMAGIRI - KONASEEMA

ANANTHPUR - KALYANDURG

220

63.0

1-Aug-06

VEMAGIRI - GAUTAMI CCPP

400

39.0

16-Aug-06

VEMAGIRI - GAUTAMI CCPP

II

400

39.0

17-Aug-06

VEMAGIRI - BHMAVARAM

I & II

220

2.3

8-Jan-07

LILO OF BOMMURU - VIJJESWARAM II @ VEMAGIRI

220

2.4

---

KARNATAKA
7

LILO OF SHIMOGA - HOOTAGALLY @ BASTHIPURA

220

2.2

4-May-06

LILO OF SHAHAPUR - GULBARGA @ SHAHABAD

220

4.0

17-May-06

LILO OF SHIMOGA - NELAMANGALA @ NITTUR

220

0.5

13-Sep-06

10

LILO OF GOWRIBIDANUR - DB PURA @ DEVANAHALLI


INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

220

0.8

25-Nov-06

11

LILO OF RTPS - GULBARGA @ SHAHAPUR

I & II

220

1.7

9-Dec-06

12

LILO OF LINGAPUR - ALIPUR @ KUDITINI (BTPS)

220

7.1

13-Dec-06

13

LILO OF LINGASUGUR - SHAHABAD @ SHAHAPUR

220

4.0

22-Dec-06

I & II

230

0.8

25-Jun-06

KERALA
NIL
TAMIL NADU
14

LILO OF TTPS-PARAMIKUDI AT SIPCOT

15

LILO OF TTPS-SR PUDUR AT SANKANERI

230

20.7

1-Aug-06

16

LILO OF NCTPS-MOSUR AT ALMATHY

230

---

5-Aug-06

I & II

400

266.0

26-Apr-06

POWERGRID
17

NELAMANGALA - MYSORE

18

LILO OF NELLORE - SRIPERUMBUDUR @ ALMATHY

II

400

80.4

24-May-06

19

LILO OF NELLORE - SRIPERUMBUDUR @ ALMATHY

400

80.4

25-May-06

20

NELAMANGALA - SOMANAHALLI

I & II

400

84.0

31-Dec-06

10

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3.3 SUB-STATIONS
SL.NO.

SUB STATION

MVA RATING

KV LEVEL

DATE

2 x 100

220/132/33

2-Feb-07

1 x 100

220/110/11

13-Sep-06

1 x 100

220/110/11

6-Oct-06

1 x 100

220/66

25-Nov-06

2 x 100

230/110

28-Apr-06

1 x 200

400/110

16-Jun-06

1 x 315

400/230

28-Jul-06

1 x 315

400/230

8-Dec-06

1 x 315

400/220

26-Apr-06

1 x 315

400/220

30-Apr-06

NEW SUB-STATIONS
ANDHRA PRADESH
1

BHIMAVARAM
KARNATAKA

NITTUR

DEVANAHALLI INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT (BEGUR)
KERALA

NIL
TAMIL NADU
4
5

PUDANCHANDAI
ALAMATHY
NPC

NIL
POWERGRID
6

MYSORE

SUB-STATIONS AUGMENTATION
ANDHRA PRADESH
NIL
KARNATAKA
7

ST
MER
REPLACEMENT OF I 100MVA X
WITH 150MVA @ NRS

1 x 150

220/66

18-Aug-06

2ND ICT @ ITAGI

1 x 100

220/66

11-Oct-06

1 x 150

220/66

28-Jan-07

400/220

30-Aug-06

ST

MER

REPLACEMENT OF I 100MVA X
WITH 150MVA @ SUBRAMANYAPURA
KERALA

NIL
TAMIL NADU
NIL
NPC
NIL
POWERGRID
10

ND

1 x 315

ICT @ NARENDRA

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ULDC SCHEME IN SOUTHERN REGION


4.1

Overview

The Unified Load Despatch Scheme (ULDC) in SR has been commissioned in


January 2002. The scheme envisaged installation and commissioning of Remote
Terminal Units (RTUs), integration of existing RTUs in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Unit
Territory of Pondicherry, installation and commissioning of dedicated communication
system comprising of Fibre Optic, Microwave and PLCC system, installation and
commissioning of Auxiliary Power supply system such as UPS, DG set, 48V D.C supply
system and installation of EPABX system. Under this scheme the Regional System
Coordination
Centers (RSCC) & Central Project Coordination Centers (CPCC)
were established at Bangalore whereas State Load Despatch Centres (SLDCs) were
established at Mamidapally (Andhra Pradesh), Bangalore (Karnataka), Kalamassery
(Kerala), Chennai (Tamil Nadu) along with system control center (SCC) at Pondicherry.
Under each SLDC, Sub-LDCs were also established. The hierarchy of ULDC in
Southern Region is given below:

RLDC,Bangalore
SCC, Pondy

CPCC

Hyderabad

Kalamassery

Andhra

Kerala

Chennai

Tamilnadu

Bangalore

Karnataka

HYDERBAD
WARANGAL

KALAMASSERY

CHENNAI

BANGALORE

CUDDAPAH

KANNUR

ERODE

HUBLI

VIJAYAWADA

TRIVANDRUM

MADURAI

LINGASUGUR

A list of RTUs integrated in ULDC scheme is enclosed as Annexure-I. Also, connectivity


details of Workstations, Front-End Processors and Application Servers at RSCC and
SLDCs are enclosed at Annexure-II
4.2

Specific Functions

The SCADA-EMS system in ULDC is a suite of various Applications covering a


broad spectrum of functions like Pre-Dispatch, Real-Time and Post-Dispatch functions.
The details of these functions and their deployment in RSCC, SLDCs and Sub-LDCs
are given in Annexure-III.
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Communication Package

A strong Communication Backbone is the key to the smooth functioning of the


ULDC scheme. The Communication backbone is mainly on Fibre-Optic and Microwave
links whereas the last mile connectivity is mostly on Power Line Carrier Communication
(PLCC) links. The details of Fibre-Optic and Microwave Communication packages are
given below. The Geographical map showing the details of Communication Backbone
Network is enclosed at Annexure-IV
DETAILS OF FIBRE-OPTIC AND MICROWAVE PACKAGES
S. NO.

CONSTITUENTS

1
2
3
4
5
6

CENTRAL SECTOR
APTRANSCO
KPTCL
KSEB
TNEB
UT OF PONDICHERRY
TOTAL

FIBRE-OPTIC
MICROWAVE
TOTAL LENGTH
TO NO. OF
TOTAL NO. OF
OF FIBRE OPTIC
HOPS
TOWERS
CABLE IN KMS
604
2
2
1037
7
7
VSAT COMM LINKS PROVIDED BY KPTCL
275
7
7
396
16
16
NIL
3
3
2312
35
35

As the back up route to different SLDCs was on the same physical route (through
Optical Fibre Cable/Microwave), outage of the physical route was causing loss of data. In
order to provide reliability & redundancy in data communication channel, an alternate
physical route between SRLDC & SLDCs has been established through a separate
agency (i.e. BSNL) which has greatly improved the data availability/reliability.
4.4

Energy Management System

Under this scheme various Energy Management System (EMS) modules have
been implemented in the different control centers (RSCC/SLDCs). The power application
functions under EMS package implemented in control centers support operational
requirement of the SR grid and can be broadly grouped into Pre-dispatch, Real time
dispatch and Post-dispatch functions. The Energy Management System (EMS) tools such
as state estimation, contingent analysis, optimum power flow, load forecasting, resources
scheduling and commitment has provided system operators greater flexibility in taking
appropriate and judicious decisions during the course of operation. To supplement
further, the following operational tools have been developed
4.4.1

Power Network Analysis (PNA) Module:


Due to complexity associated with the size of Power Network Analysis (PNA)
module, the common network model was truncated control area-wise with view to
develop different truncated model at the respective state and then to integrate the
same to a common network model. All SR states have developed their PNA
model separately. The models developed in Andhra Pradesh (AP), Karnataka
(KAR), Kerala (KER), Tamil Nadu (TN) and RSCC have been integrated at
RSCC and is working satisfactorily. This has given an additional tool to system
operator to do the contingent analysis more accurately.

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Disturbance Data Collection (DDC) Display:


Disturbance data collection (DDC) module has been fully configured to collect all
telemetered parameters for a pre-configured interval before and after a
disturbance. The disturbance trigger can be a single event or a complex set of
violation in the grid. During a grid disturbance or system occurrence the snap shot
of the entire grid is stored in the system. Generally a pre-disturbance period of 5
minutes and a post disturbance period of 15 minutes information are available.
DDC display is run to view the events that have taken place 5 minutes prior and
15 minutes after the disturbance. This tool has helped system operator in
analyzing the grid occurrences more accurately to a large extent.

4.4.3

Data Extraction Tool (GET DATA)


A data extraction tool (GET DATA) has been developed which facilitates the
system operator to extract data from the Temporal Data Base system and guides
them to take appropriate decision during the system operation.

4.5

Development of a Real Time Demand Estimation tool

A customized tool to estimate the demand for shorter durations (minutes) on a


real time basis suitably modifying the load forecast module (based on Similar Day
Forecast) supplied under SR-ULDC EMS-SCADA functions has been developed at
SRLDC. The tool is in practical use and has been found to be of immense help to the
SRLDC grid operators to project the demand for the next 30 minutes on a real time basis
and hence helping them to take advance action towards ensuring the grid operation with
reliability, security and economy. A typical real time display on the SCADA monitor
giving estimated demand, estimated frequency and maximum change in demand and
frequency in the next 30 minutes in a rolling window is shown below:

One important feature associated with this tool is that while estimating the demand
in advance for the next 30 minutes on one minute interval (30 samples in advance), it also
gives automatic correction, if during this period some corrective action is taken by any
system/sub-system. So there is a continuous self-correcting mechanism built in the tool
resulting in good accuracy. A typical day comparison of the actual demand met with the
estimated demand is shown below. From this, it may be seen that the estimated demand is
very close to actual demand met.
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Actual Vs Estimated SR Demand For 9th Feb,2007


Estimated

10:00PM

8:00PM

6:00PM

4:00PM

2:00PM

10:00AM

8:00AM

6:00AM

4:00AM

2:00AM

18000
17000

12:00PM

22000
21000
20000
19000

12:00AM

Demand (MW)--->

Actual
24000
23000

Tim e (In Hrs )--->

4.6

Integration of NPSD with RLDCs

Grid operation at Regional level is very challenging and requirement of important


data like critical line flows, critical axis flows, important bus frequencies, load angles etc
of other regions are essential to be available on real time basis in the control room. In
order to meet this requirement, required data from National Power System Desk (NPSD)
has been integrated to SCADA at SRLDC successfully. The availability of such data to
Control room engineers facilitates them to optimize the grid operation effectively.
SRLDC has also been assigned the task of collecting such data from NPSD servers and
provide the same to other RLDCs. All these activities have been successfully
implemented with internal expertise only.
4.7

Monitoring Complexity

Under this scheme, more than 36,650 Analog and Status points have been wired
up covering more than 349 nodes across the Southern Region and the data from all these
nodes are updated every 10-15 seconds. The complexities of the Southern Regional Grid
in monitoring and control is as depicted below

Annual InterRegional
Energy Transfer
20,500MU
Installed
Capacity
37000 MW

Integrated Opn
of Ten Power
Utilities

36,650 POINTS
Active Power, Reactive
Power,
Voltage, Frequency,
Transformer
Tap Position, Circuit Breaker
Position, Isolator Position etc

Transformers
(220kV and
above)
560 nos.

Dynamic Grid
Conditions

15

Generators
Hydro,
Thermal,Gas/IPP
500 nos.
Transmission
Network
400/220kV
50,000 Ckm

Transformation
Capacity
59,000 MVA

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4.6

Training

In order to enhance the skill of system operators/development engineers at various


control centers/SRLDC has conducted various training program on various EMS related
modules using expertise of internal as well as external faculties. The training programmes
that have already been conducted in the past are as detailed below.
SL

NAME OF THE TRAINING

CISCO ROUTER & NETWORKING

XA-21 USER LEVEL

RTNA WORKSHOP

FROM

TO

Participants

Man Days

19-01-2004

24-01-2004

17

102

23-02-2004

28-02-2004

10

60

29-03-2004

31-03-2004

14

42

AIX OPERATING SYSTEM

17-05-2004

22-05-2004

15

90

XA-21 USER LEVEL

21-06-2004

25-06-2004

30

SYBASE DATABASE ADMIN

22-11-2004

04-12-2004

19

228

XA-21 USER LEVEL

21-02-2005

23-02-2005

21

NMS TRAINING

13-06-2005

18-06-2005

14

84

RTU TRAINING

27-02-2006

03-03-2006

14

84

10

JAVA FOR SCADA

24-04-2006

29-04-2006

15

180

11

XA21 OPERATOR TRG

27-02-2006

03-03-2006

14

84

12

XA21 OPERATOR TRG

05-06-2006

07-06-2006

21

13

XA21 OPERATOR TRG

06-11-2006

08-11-2006

14

84

14

XA21 OPERATOR TRG

19-02-2007

21-02-2007

27

15

RTU, FEP & DAC- GE

05-03-2007

16-03-2007

20

200

Total Man Days 1337

4.7 Specific Benefits


The benefits derived from the above schemes include:(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Real time operation and monitoring of the system has improved.


Outages have been minimized.
Grid disturbances have been reduced/averted.
System reliability has been enhanced.
Losses in the system have come down.
Analysis of Grid occurrences has become simple and more visual.

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SRLDC

ANNEXURE - I

List of RTUs integrated under ULDC Scheme


I. Central Sector
RTUs commissioned and integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Chinakampally
Central
2
Gazuwaka
Central
3
Ghanapur
Central
4
Gooty 400
Central
5
Hosur 400
Central
6
Kaiga APP
Central
7
Kalpakkam (MAPP)
Central
8
Kayamkulam TPS
Central
9
Khammam
Central
10
Local RTU
Central
11
Madurai 400
Central
12
Munirabad
Central
13
Nellore 400
Central
14
Neyveli TS-I Extn.
Central
15
Neyveli TS-II
Central
16
Ramagundam
Central
17
Salem 400
Central
18
Somanahalli
Central
19
Sriperumbudur
Central
20
Tallapally
Central
21
Trichur North
Central
22
Trichy 400
Central
23
Udumalpet 400
Central
24
Vijayawada 400
Central
25
Kolar RCI
Central
26
Trivandrum 400KV
Central
27
Hiriyur 400KV
Central
28
Narendra
Central
29
Mysore
Central
30
Talcher RCI
Central
31
Gazuwaka RCI
Central
II. APTRANSCO
A - RTUs commissioned and integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
A.P. Carbides
Cuddapah
2
Ananthapur
Cuddapah
3
Chinakampalli
Cuddapah
4
Chitoor
Cuddapah
5
Cuddapah 220
Cuddapah
6
Gooty 220
Cuddapah
7
Gooty SWS
Cuddapah
8
Hampi PH
Cuddapah
9
Hindupur
Cuddapah
10
Kalikiri
Cuddapah
11
Kurnool
Cuddapah
12
Marakapur
Cuddapah
13
Mydukur
Cuddapah
14
Nandyal
Cuddapah
15
Nellore 220
Cuddapah
NTS (presently shifted to Shamshabad
16
under Mamidipally SLDC - under
Cuddapah
integration)
17
Ongole
Cuddapah

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ANNEXURE - I
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

Podili
Rajampet
Renigunta
RTPP
Somayajulapalli
Srisailam LBPH
Srisailam PH
Sullurpet
Yerraguntla
CH Gutta
Chellakurthy
Erragada
Gachibowli
Ghanapur
Mamidapally 400
Jubilee Hills
Kalwakurthy
Kalwakurthy SWS
Local RTU
Mahaboob Nagar
Malkaram
Tandur 220 KV
Medchal 220KV
Minpur
Moulali
N' Sagar LCPH
N' Sagar PH
N' Sagar RCPH
Narketpalli
R.C.Puram PH
Shapurnagar
ShivaramPalli
Siddipet
Tallapally
Yeddumailaram
Bhimadole
Bommur
Chilakallu
Garividi
Gazuwaka
Gunadala
Tadikonda 220KV
Kakinada SS
Spectrum
Kalapakka
Kondapalli
Lower Sileru
Machkund
Nidadhavolu 220KV SS
Peddapuram
Pendurthy
Jeegurupadu PH
Simhadhri
Upper Sileru
Vijaywada
Vijjeswaram
Visakhapatanam SWS
VTPS
Bhimgal

Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Cuddapah
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Mamidapally
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Vijayawada
Warangal

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ANNEXURE - I
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91

Bhongir
Durshed
Jagitial
Khammam - B
KTPS
KTPS Vth stage
Manugur
Miryalaguda
Nirmal
Dichpally 220
Ramagundam( Malayalapally )
RTS - B
Sitarampatnam
Wadekothapally
Warangal

Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal
Warangal

B. APTRANSCO's own RTUs integrated under ULDC Scheme


SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Kandi 132 KV
Hyderabad
2
Kottur 132 KV
Hyderabad
3
Bandlaguda 132 KV
Hyderabad
4
Gunrock 132 KV
Hyderabad
5
Raghunathpally
Hyderabad
6
Kodur 220 KV
Hyderabad
7
Ramagiri 220/33 KV
Hyderabad
8
Nidadhavolu 132 KV
Hyderabad
9
Dairy Farm 220 KV
Hyderabad
10
Rampachodavaram
Hyderabad
11
Mahaboobnagar 400 KV ( Veltoor )
Mamidapally
12
LANCO
Vijayawada
13
BSES
Vijayawada
14
Vemagiri 400KV
Vijayawada
15
Chittoor 400KV
Cuddapah
16
Nelloor 400KV
Cuddapah
17
Tadipatri 220KV
Cuddapah
III. KPTCL
A. RTUs commissioned and integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Alipur (Bellary)
Bangalore
2
Ambewadi
Bangalore
3
Antharasanahalli
Bangalore
4
Basavana Bagewadi
Bangalore
5
Chikkodi
Bangalore
6
D. G. Plant (Yelahanka)
Bangalore
7
Guttur (Davangere)
Bangalore
8
Hassan
Bangalore
9
Hebbal
Bangalore
10
Humnabad
Bangalore
11
Itagi (Hagari Bommanahalli)
Bangalore
12
Kadakola
Bangalore
13
Kadra
Bangalore
14
Kibbanahalli Cross
Bangalore
15
Kodasalli
Bangalore
16
Kushtagi
Bangalore
17
Lingasugur
Bangalore
18
Local RTU
Bangalore
19
Mahalingapur
Bangalore
20
N.R.S. (Bangalore)
Bangalore

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ANNEXURE - I
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Sedam
T.K. Halli
Sharavathy
RTPS
Nagjhari
Varahi
Linganamakki LPH
Gowribidanur 220 KV
Hiriyur 220 KV
Hoody 220/400 KV
Hubli 220 KV
Kavoor 220 KV
Subramanyapura 220 KV
Jog GS ( MGHE )
Supa GS
Shimoga 220
Somanahalli 220
Shahabad 220
Peenya 220
Munirabad GS
Hootagalli (Mysore) 220 KV
Belgam 220 KV
Davangere 220 KV

Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore

B. KPTCL's own RTUs integrated under ULDC Scheme


SL No.
RTU
1
Anchepalya 220
2
Bidadi
3
Doddaballapur
4
Gadag
5
Haveri 220 KV
6
HSR Layout
7
KEMAR 220
8
Kolar 220
9
Lingapur 220
10
Malur 220
11
Narendra 220
12
Raichur 220
13
Ranibennur 220
14
Yerandahalli 220
15
Bhadra
16
Thaneerbhavi IPP
17
Tata Power House IPP
18
Rayalseema IPP
19
Jindal IPP
20
Nelamangala 400 KV
21
Talaguppa 400 KV

Reporting CC
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore
Bangalore

IV. KSEB
A. RTUs commissioned and integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Chalakudy
Kalamassery
2
Cochin
Kalamassery
3
Idamalayar
Kalamassery
4
Idukki
Kalamassery
5
Kalamassery
Kalamassery
6
Lower Periyar
Kalamassery
7
Neriamangalam
Kalamassery
8
Pallivasal
Kalamassery

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ANNEXURE - I
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Pallom
Poringalkuttu
Sengulam
Sholayar
Arikode (Kozhikode-B)
Kaniampetta
Kannur B
Kasargode-B
Kozhikode-A
Kuttiady
Manjeshwaram
Palakkad-B
Trichur North
Trikaripur
Edamon
Edappon
Kakkad
Kundara
Parasala
Sabarigiri
Trivandrum North
Punnapra

Kalamassery
Kalamassery
Kalamassery
Kalamassery
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Kozhikode (Kannur)
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Trivandrum

B. KSEB 's own RTUs integrated under ULDC Scheme


SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Taliparamba 220 KV
Kozhikode (Kannur)
V. Electricity Department, Pondy
A. RTUs commissioned & integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Bahour 230 KV
Pondicherry
2
Mahe 110/11 KV
Pondicherry
3
T.R.Pattanam 110/11 KV
Pondicherry
4
Vallianur 230/110 KV
Pondicherry
5
Yanam 132/11 KV
Pondicherry
6
Marapallam 110 /22/11 KV
Pondicherry
7
Kurumbapet 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
8
Sedarapet
Pondicherry
9
Thethampakkam 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
10
Kalapet 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
11
Eripakkam 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
12
Thirubhuvani 110 KV
Pondicherry
13
Karaikal 110/11 KV
Pondicherry
14
Bahour 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
B. Elect Dept, Pondy's own RTUs integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Korkadu 110/22 KV
Pondicherry
2
Pillaitheruvasal 110/11KV
Pondicherry
VI. TNEB
A - RTUs commissioned & integrated under ULDC Scheme
SL No.
Reporting CC
RTU
1
Arni
Chennai
2
Cuddalore
Chennai
3
Gumidipoondi
Chennai
4
Kadaperi
Chennai
5
Koyambedu
Chennai
6
Mosur
Chennai

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SRLDC

ANNEXURE - I
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65

Mylapore
SP Koil
Tondiarpet
Villupuram 230
Vinnamangalam
Acharapakkam
Basin Bridge
Ennore TPS
Manali
Koratur
Neyveli TS I
NMTPS
Sriperumbudur
Thiruvalam
Taramani
Hosur
TV Malai
Singarapet
Parsons' Valley
Athur 230 (Deviakurchi)
Gobichettypalayam
Kadamparai PH
Kundah PH 1
Kundah PH 4
Mettur Auto SS
Mettur Dam PH
Mettur Tunnel PH
Moyar
Sholayar PH 1
Thiruchengode
Aliyar PH
Arasur
Ingur
Kundah PH 2
Kundah PH 3
Lower Mettur PH3
Mettur TPS
Pykara PH
Salem 230
Salem 400
Thudiyalur
Udumalpet 400
Udumalpet 230
Erode
Echangodu
Karaikudi
Kodaiyar PH2
Madurai North ( Alagarkoil)
Myladuthurai
Paramkudi
Perambulur
Pudukottai
S.R.Pudur
Samayapuram
Sathur (Anuppankulam)
Sembatty
Thanjore
Tuticorin Auto
Madurai 230

Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Erode
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai

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SRLDC

ANNEXURE - I
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

Madurai 400
Periyar PH
Pugalur
Theni
Kayathar
Thiruvarur
Trichy 230
Trichy 400
Tuticorin TPS
SIPCOT

Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai

B - TNEB own RTU's integrated under ULDC Scheme


SL No.
RTU
1
STCMS IPP
2
GMR PCL IPP
3
TCPL IPP
4
Vyasarpadi 110 KV
5
Sembiyam 110 KV
6
SPCL IPP
7
Kovilkalappal
8
Vazhuthur
9
PP Nallur IPP
10
MPCL IPP
11
Kuttalam
12
Aban
13
Arkay IPP ( Penna )
14
Arkay CPP
15
Coramandal CPP
16
Sai_Regency CPP
17
Kauvery CPP

23

Reporting CC
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Chennai
Erode
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai
Madurai

ANNEXURE-II/1

RSCC, BANGALORE CONTROL CENTRE

WORK
STATIONS

WS02

WS01

WS03

WS04

DUAL LAN

WS05

FRONT END
PROCESSORS

Switch

WS06

DTS SYSTEM

AP-07

WS07

FEP-1

AP-08

DTS

DTS

SERVER

SERVER

FEP-2

APPLICATION
PROCESSOR
RAID
AP-01
SCADA
AGC

AP-02

PNA:POWER NETWORK ANALYSIS

AP-03

AP-04

AP-05

AP-06

DATA

BACKUP

PNA/ICCP

COPS

BACKUP

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

COPS: COMPREHENSIVE
OPERATION PLANNING AND
SCHEDULING
ICCP: INTER CONTROL CENTRE
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
RAID:- REDUNDANT ARRAY OF
INDEPENDENT DISKS

ANNEXURE-II/2

SLDC, CONTROL CENTRE

WORK
STATIONS

WS02

WS01

WS03

WS04

FRONT END
PROCESSOR

DUAL LAN

FEP-1

FEP-2

APPLICATION
SERVERS
RAID
AP-01
SCADA
AGC

AP-02

AP-03

AP-04

AP-05

AP-06

DATA

BACKUP

PNA/ICCP

COPS

BACKUP

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

SERVER

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

ANNEXURE-III
DEPLOYMENT OF POWER APPLICATION FUNCTIONS ACROSS VARIOUS CONTROL CENTRES

26

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ANNEXURE - IV

SOUTHERN REGIONAL ULDC COMMUNICATION


BACKBONE NETWORK
:

CENTRAL
GE RTUs:28
RCI:
03

RAMAGUNDAM
DURSHED

PEDAPALLI
JAMMIKUNTA

KPTCL
GE RTUs:22
OTHERS: 40
RCI:
02

GAJUWAKA

WARANGAL

SHAPURNAGAR

VIDYUTH SOUDHA

VIZAG SWS

GHANAPUR

BOMMUR
KAKINADA

CH.GUTTA
HYDERABAD 400

VTPS

BHIMADOLE

NSAGAR PH
VIJAYAWADA

TALLAPALLI

MAMIDIPALLI
SRISAILAM PH

SRISAILAM LBPH

KURNOOL
LINGASUGUR

APTRANSCO
GE RTUs:91
OTHERS: 17

SOMAYAJULAPALLI

GOOTY

MUDDANOOR RTPP

DAVANAGERE

CHINAKAMPALLY
ANANTHAPUR
HINDUPUR
KOLAR

BANGALORE

CHENNAI

SOMANAHALLI

KUMBALGODI

SRIPERUMBUDUR

PONDY
GE RTUs:5
OTHHERS: 11

SP.KOVIL

VILLIANUR
KANNUR- B

SALEM400

PONDY
SALEM230

NEYVELI

ERODE

CHIDAMBARAM

INGUR

KOZHIKODE

MYLADUTURAI

PONGALORE
TRICHUR NORTH

UDUMALPET

TRICHY
ADANIKOTTAI

CHALAKUDI

KALAMASSERY

THIRUMAYAM
MADURAI400

KSEB
GE RTUs:30
OTHERS: 1

VIAKKAM
PALLOM

PANRUTI

KOVILVENNI
THIRUVARUR
ORTHANADU
PUDUKOTTAI

KARAIKUDI
SIVAGANGA

MADURAI

KAYANKULAM
KUNDRA

TNEB
GE RTUs:40
OTHERS: 52

PARIPALLI

TRIVANDRUM NORTH
VYDYUTHI BHAVANAM

LEGEND
RSCC (1)
CPCC (1)
SLDC (4)
SUB -LDC / SCC (14 )
FIBRE OPTIC LINK
FIBRE OPTIC LINK
FIBRE OPTIC LINK
FIBRE OPTIC LINK

110/132 kv
(220 kv )
(400 kv )
(SEB )
FIBRE OPTIC LINK (220kv/66kv/
under ground)

64 Kbps BSNL DATA link

MICROWAVE LINK
SATELLITE LINK
RTU LOCATIONS

(35 links )

(KEB )

MICROWAVE REPEATER STATION

27

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5 GENERATING CAPACITY
5.1 SUMMARY OF EFFECTIVE INSTALLED CAPACITY IN MW IN SOUTHERN REGION AS ON 31.03.2007
AGENCY

HYDRO

THERMAL

GAS/DIESEL

WIND/OTHERS

NUCLEAR

TOTAL

ANDHRA PRADESH

3586.36

3172.5

272

--

7032.86 (18.6%)

KARNATAKA

3389.25

1470

127.8

4.55

--

4991.6 (13.6%)

KERALA

1835.1

--

234.6

2.025

--

2071.725 (5.6%)

TAMILNADU

2167.35

2970

422.88

19.355

--

5579.585 (15.1%)

PONDICHERRY

--

--

32.5

--

--

32.5 (0.1%)

CENTRAL SECTOR

--

8090

359.58

--

880

9329.58 (25.4%)

IPP

281.33

387.01

3149.26

4516.465

8334.065 (21.7%)

TOTAL

11259.39 (30.1%)

16089.51 (43.0%)

4598.62 (12.3%)

4544.395 (12.2%)

880 (2.4%)

37371.915 (100.0%)

Note:
i). NTPC, 1000MW capacity at Simhadri, 359.58MW capacity at Kayamkulam and NLC's 600MW capacity at Neyveli Stage I which are fully dedicated to Andhra Pradesh, Kerala &Tamil Nadu
respectively have also been included under the Central Sector.
ii). The statewise bifurcation of IPP's is as follows:
AGENCY

HYDRO

THERMAL

GAS/DIESEL

WIND/OTHERS

NUCLEAR

TOTAL

ANDHRA PRADESH

91.4

73.51

1615.92

561.92

---

2342.75

KARNATAKA

156.93

---

435.9

721.17

---

1314

KERALA

33

---

178.93

---

---

211.93

TAMILNADU

---

313.5

918.51

3233.375

---

4465.385

TOTAL

281.33

387.01

3149.26

4516.465

8334.065

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5.2 DETAILS OF EFFECTIVE INSTALLED CAPACITY IN SOUTHERN REGION AS ON 31.03.2007

ANDHRA PRADESH
SL.NO.

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

MACHKUND

3x(23+17)x70%

84

T.B.DAM

(8x9)x80%

57.6

UPPER SILERU

4x60

240

DONKARAYI

1x25

25

LOWER SILERU

4x115

460

SRISAILAM RBPH

7x110

770

SRISAILAM LBPH

6x150

900

N'SAGAR

1x110+7x100.8

815.6

HYDRO

NSR RT.CANAL.P.H

3x30

90

10

NSR LT.CANAL.P.H

2x30

60

11

NIZAMSAGAR

2x5

10

12

MINI HYDEL

12.16

12.16
27

13

POCHAMPAD

3x9

14

PENNA AHOBILAM

2x10

20

15

SINGUR

2x7.5

15

TOTAL

3586.36

THERMAL (COAL)
1

RAMAGUNDAM-B

1x62.5

KOTHAGUDEM-A

4x60

240

KOTHAGUDEM-B

2x120

240

KOTHAGUDEM-C

2x120

240

KOTHAGUDEM-D

2x250

500

VIJAYAWADA

6x210

1260

RAYALASEEMA

3x210

TOTAL

62.5

630
3172.5

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

VIJJESWARAM (GAS)

2x33+1x34

100

VIJJESWARAM (GAS)

1x112.5+1x59.5

172

TOTAL

272

WIND MILL
1

WIND

TOTAL

2
2

IPP
HYDRO
1

MINI HYDRO

91.4

91.4

MINI POWER PLANTS

73.51

73.51

COAL
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
3

LANCO (GAS)

2x115+1x125

355

JEGURUPADU (GAS)

2x45.8+1x48.9+1x75.5

216

SPECTRUM (GAS)

1x46.8+2x46.1+1x68.88

207.88

ISOLATED GAS WELL (GAS)

27.04

27.04

GVK EXTENSION(GAS)

1x140+1x80

220

RELIANCE ENERGY LTD. (GAS)

1x140+1x80

220

VEMAGIRI POWER GENERATION LTD. (GAS)

1x233+1x137

370

10

WINDMILL

103.57

103.57

WIND
OTHERS
11

CO-GENERATION (RCL)

41

41

12

BAGASSE

183.2

183.2

13

BIOMASS

213.05

213.05

14

WASTED BASED PP

21.1

21.1

TOTAL

2342.75

TOTAL ANDHRA PRADESH

9375.61

Note: Simhadri (NTPC) of 1000 MW capacity Coal based plant, fully dedicated to Andhra Pradesh has been included under Central Sector.

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KARNATAKA
STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

SHARAVATHI

10x103.5

1035

LINGANAMAKKI.P.H.

2x27.5

55

JOG

4x18+4x12

120

NAGJHERI

3x135+3x150

855

SUPA

2x50

100

VARAHI

2x115

230

BHADRA POWER HOUSE

1x7+2x12.1+1x2+6

39.2

SIVANSAMUDRAM

6x3+4x6

42

SHIMSHA

2x8.6

17.2

SL.NO.
HYDRO

10

MUNIRABAD

3x9

27

11

T.B.DAM SHARE (20 %)

8x9(20%)

14.4

12

GHATAPRABHA

2x16

32

13

MANI DAM.P.H.

2x4.5

14

MINI HYDRO

1.4+0.35+2.7

4.45

15

MALLAPUR

2x4.5

16

KODASALLI

3x40

120

17

SHARAVATHI TAIL RACE

4x60

240

18

KADRA

3x50

150

19

ALMATTI

1x15+5x55

TOTAL

290
3389.25

THERMAL (COAL)
1

RAICHUR.T.PS.

7x210

TOTAL

1470
1470

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

YELEHANKA (DEISEL)

6x21.3

TOTAL

127.8
127.8

WIND
1

KAPPATAGUDDA

4.55

TOTAL

4.55
4.55

IPP
HYDRO
1

MINI HYDEL

156.93

156.93

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
2

TANIR BHAVI (NAPTHA)

220

220

JINDAL (COREX GAS)

100

100

TATA ELECTRIC (DIESEL)

5x15.82

79.1

RAYAL SEEMA ALKALIES (DIESEL)

2x13.9

27.8

ITPL (DIESEL)

WIND MILL

413.24

413.24

CO-GENERATION

241.55

241.55

BIO-MASS

66.38

66.38

WIND
OTHERS

TOTAL

1314

TOTAL KARNATAKA

6305.6

KERALA
STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

KUTTIADI + KUTTIADI EXTENTION

3x25 + 1x50

125

SHOLAYAR

3x18

54

PORINGALKUTHU

4x8

32

PALLIVASAL

3x7.5+3x5

37.5

SENGULAM

4x12

48

PANNIAR

2x15

30

NERIAMANGALAM

1x18+1x15+1x17.5

50.5

SABARIGIRI

5x50+1x60

310

IDUKKI

3x130+3x130

780

10

IDAMALAYAR

2x37.5

75

SL.NO.
HYDRO

30

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KERALA
STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

11

KALLADA

2x7.5

15

12

MADUPETTY

13

PEPPARA

SL.NO.
HYDRO

14

L.PERIYAR

3x60

180

15

MALAMPUZHA

1x2.5

2.5

16

POR.L.BANK

16

16

17

KAKKAD

2x25

50

18

CHEMBUKADAVU

1x2.7+1x3.75

6.45

19

URUMI

1 x 3.75 + 1 x 2.4

6.15

20

MALANKARA

3 x 3.5

10.5

21

LOWER MEENMUTTY

1x 1.5

1.5

TOTAL

1835.1

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

BRAHMAPURAM DGPP (DIESEL)

5x21.32

KOZHIKODE DPP (DIESEL)

8x16

106.6
128

TOTAL

234.6

WIND
1

WIND MILL

2.025

2.025

TOTAL

2.025

IPP
HYDRO
1

MANIYAR

3x4

12

KUTHUNGAL

3x7

21

BSES (NAPTHA)

3x40.5(GT)+1x35.5(ST)

157

KASARGODE (DIESEL)

3x7.31

21.93

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

TOTAL

211.93

TOTAL KERALA

2283.655

Note: RGCCPP, Kayamkulam (NTPC) of 359.58 MW capacity Naptha based plant, fully dedicated to Kerala has been included under Central Sector.

TAMILNADU
STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

PYKARA

3x6.65+1x11+2x14

59

PYKARA MICRO

1x2

PYKARA ULTIMATE

3x50

150

SL.NO.
HYDRO

MOYAR

3x12

36

MARAVAKANDI

1x0.7

0.7

KUNDAH-I

3x20

60

KUNDAH-II

5x35

175

KUNDAH-III

3x60

180

KUNDAH-IV

2x50

100

10

KUNDAH-V

2x20

40

11

KUNDAH-VI

1x30

30

12

SURULIYAR

1x35

35

13

KADAMPARAI

4x100

400

14

ALIYAR

1x60

60

15

POONACHI

1x2

16

METTUR DAM

4x10

40

17

METTUR TUNNEL

4x50

200

18

LOWER METTUR

8x15

120

19

BHAVANISAGAR

4x2

20

PERIYAR

4x35

140

21

VAIGAI

2x3

22

PAPANASAM

4x7

28

23

SERVALAR

1x20

20

24

SARKARAPATHY

1x30

30

25

SHOLAYAR

2x35+25

95

26

LOWER BHAVANI

27

KODAYAR

1x60+1x40

100

28

SATHANUR DAM PH

1x7.5

7.5

29

MICRO TOTAL

5.15

5.15

30

BHAVANI KATTALAI BARRAGE - I

2x15

TOTAL

30
2167.35

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TAMILNADU
SL.NO.

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

ENNORE.T.P.S

2x60+3x110

450

TUTUCORIN.T.P.S

5x210

1050

THERMAL (COAL)

METTUR.T.P.S

4x210

840

NORTH MADRAS.T.P.S
TOTAL

3x210

630
2970

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

BASIN BRIDGE (NAPTHA)

4x30

120

KOVIL KALAPPAL (GAS)

1x70+1x37.88

107.88

VALATHUR (GAS)

1x60+1x34

94

KUTTALAM (GAS)

1x64+1x37

101

TOTAL

422.88

WIND
1

TNEB WIND MILL

19.355

TOTAL

19.355
19.355

IPP
COAL
1

TCPL

63.5

63.5

ST - CMS

250

250

LIGNITE
2
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
3

P P NALLUR (NAPTHA)

330.5

330.5

ABAN POWER (GAS)

74.41+38.81

113.21

HI-TECH (GAS)

15

15

MADURAI POWER CL (DIESEL)

106

106

SAMALPATTY (DIESEL)

7x15

105

ARKEY ENERGY(GAS)

1x38+1x14.8

52.8

GMR POWER (DIESEL)

4x49

196

WIND
10
OTHERS

WIND MILL

2878.425

11

CO-GENERATION

314.6

12

BIO-MASS

40.35

TOTAL

4465.385

TOTAL TAMIL NADU

10044.97

Note: Neyveli-I (NLC) of 600 MW capacity Lignite based plant, fully dedicated to Tamil Nadu has been included under Central Sector.

PONDICHERRY
SL.NO.

STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

KARIAKAL POWER PLANT (GAS)

1x32.5

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

32.5

TOTAL

32.5

TOTAL PONDICHERRY

32.5

CENTRAL SECTOR
STATION

INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW)

EFFECTIVE CAPACITY
(MW)

RAMAGUNDAM T.P.S (ISGS) - NTPC

3x200+4x500

2600

TALCHER STAGE II (ISGS) - NTPC

4x500

2000

SIMHADRI (AP) - NTPC

2x500

1000

NEYVELI-I (TN) - NLC

6x50+3x100

600

NEYVELI-II (ISGS) - NLC

7x210

1470

NEYVELI TPS-I (Expansion) (ISGS) - NLC

2x210

SL.NO.
THERMAL
COAL

LIGNITE

TOTAL

420
8090

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
7

RGCCPP,KAYAMKULAM (KSEB) - NTPC

2x116.6(GT)+1x126.38(ST)

TOTAL

359.58
359.58

NUCLEAR
1

M.A.P.S KALPAKAM (ISGS) - NPC

2x220

KAIGA A.P.S (ISGS) - NPC

2x220

TOTAL

440
440
880

TOTAL CENTRAL SECTOR

9329.58

GRAND TOTAL

37371.915

32

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

5.3 GROWTH OF INSTALLED CAPACITY OF SOUTHERN REGION DURING PAST DECADE


YEAR

HYDRO

THERMAL

GAS/NAPTHA/
DIESEL

NUCLEAR

WIND/OTHERS

TOTAL

1997-98

8907.75

10941.45

1033.92

340.00

78.11

21301.23

1998-99

9141.00

11186.25

1485.92

340.00

84.11

22237.28

1999-00

9665.70

11450.56

1897.40

560.00

110.36

23684.02

2000-01

9424.30

12064.76

2545.58

780.00

114.10

24928.74

2001-02

9932.41

13290.25

2480.41

780.00

127.21

26610.27

2002-03

10469.86

14825.39

2963.42

780.00

149.36

29188.03

2003-04

10721.58

15515.84

3463.69

830.00

263.12

30794.23

2004-05

10938.99

15909.51

3955.82

830.00

1099.42

32733.74

2005-06

11222.19

15879.51

4446.82

880.00

4009.12

36769.32

2006-07

11259.39

16089.51

4598.62

880.00

4544.40

37371.92

33

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6 POWER SUPPLY POSITION


6.1 SUMMARY OF POWER SUPPLY POSITION IN SOUTHERN REGION
DURING 2006-07
A.. AVERAGE ENERGY PER DAY
DEMAND MET

REQUIREMENT

SHORTAGE

MU/Day

MU/Day

ANDHRA PRADESH

156.0

163.9

4.8

KARNATAKA

109.5

111.9

2.1

KERALA

39.8

40.6

2.1

TAMIL NADU

157.1

160.0

1.8

PONDICHERRY

4.4

4.6

2.7

SOUTHERN REGION

466.8

481.0

2.9

MAX DEMAND MET

MAX REQUIREMENT

SHORTAGE

MW

MW

ANDHRA PRADESH

8641

10210

15.4

KARNATAKA

5959

6046

1.4

KERALA

2742

2800

2.1

TAMIL NADU

8803

9015

2.4

PONDICHERRY

243

250

2.8

SOUTHERN REGION

25039

27050

7.4

STATE / UT

B.. PEAK DEMAND MW


STATE / UT

Note: The Values of Shortages and Requirement indicated above and in subsequent sheets are tentative and
approximate based on the intial information collected from the respective control rooms on the day of operation.

34

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.2 (A) MONTHWISE POWER SUPPLY POSITION(Average Energy in MU/Day) IN SOUTHERN REGION DURING 2006-07
STATE-->

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA

KERALA

Month

Demand met
(MU/Day)

Requirement
(MU/Day)

Shortage (%)

Demand met
(MU/Day)

Requirement
(MU/Day)

Shortage (%)

Demand met
(MU/Day)

Requirement
(MU/Day)

Shortage (%)

Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
2006-07

159.1
140.7
143.8
154.1
159.1
155.5
163.5
143.8
148.1
157.2
167.3
180.2
156.0

164.1
147.0
149.2
154.7
159.3
160.6
168.3
146.8
162.5
175.2
185.8
194.7
163.9

3.0
4.3
3.7
0.4
0.1
3.2
2.8
2.0
8.9
10.3
9.9
7.5
4.7

120.3
101.9
87.3
94.3
105.3
101.7
107.8
102.3
114.8
122.6
127.6
129.4
109.5

124.0
103.7
88.6
94.8
105.2
102.6
110.4
104.2
118.3
126.1
131.2
134.5
111.9

2.9
1.8
1.5
0.5
0.0
0.8
2.4
1.8
2.9
2.8
2.7
3.8
2.0

41.5
38.6
37.5
36.7
38.3
38.2
38.7
39.6
39.9
40.7
42.0
45.6
39.8

42.8
39.5
38.0
36.9
38.3
38.6
39.6
40.4
41.2
42.0
43.3
47.0
40.6

3.1
2.1
1.5
0.5
-0.1
1.0
2.2
2.0
3.1
3.1
3.0
3.0
2.0

STATE-->
Month
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
2006-07

TAMILNADU
Demand met Requirement
(MU/Day)
(MU/Day)
160.8
149.3
149.7
148.9
157.4
157.6
146.5
138.2
158.0
162.7
172.2
184.3
157.1

166.6
152.0
151.5
149.5
157.3
158.9
149.3
140.8
162.1
166.9
176.9
188.8
160.0

Shortage (%)
3.5
1.7
1.2
0.4
0.0
0.8
1.9
1.8
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.4
1.8

PONDICHERRY
Demand met Requirement
Shortage (%)
(MU/Day)
(MU/Day)
4.6
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.4
4.8
4.4

4.8
4.7
4.6
4.7
4.6
4.6
4.3
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.6
5.0
4.6

35

4.1
2.8
1.5
0.7
0.0
1.4
3.0
2.4
4.5
4.4
3.9
3.9
2.7

SOUTHERN REGION
Demand met Requirement
Shortage (%)
(MU/Day)
(MU/Day)
486.4
435.0
422.8
438.7
464.6
457.5
460.6
427.9
465.0
487.4
513.6
544.3
466.8

502.3
446.9
432.0
440.6
464.7
465.2
471.8
436.3
488.5
514.6
541.7
569.9
481.0

3.2
2.6
2.1
0.4
0.0
1.7
2.4
1.9
4.8
5.3
5.2
4.5
2.8

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.2 (B) MONTHWISE POWER SUPPLY POSITION(Peak MW) IN SOUTHERN REGION DURING 2006-07
STATE-->
Month
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
2006-07

STATE-->
Month
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
2006-07

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA

KERALA

Demand met Requirement Shortage Demand met Requirement Shortage Demand met Requirement Shortage
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
7840
6704
7089
8104
8281
8195
8158
7340
7470
7520
8267
8641
8641

8001
6751
7271
8138
8403
8200
8293
7540
8302
8820
9878
10210
10210

2.0
0.7
2.5
0.4
0.0
0.1
1.6
2.7
10.0
14.7
16.3
15.4
15.4

5611
5431
4952
4902
5448
5345
5342
5086
5515
5640
5959
5861
5959

6233
5541
5045
5015
5603
5378
5461
5145
5719
5762
6046
6097
6046

10.0
2.0
1.8
2.3
2.8
0.6
2.2
1.1
3.6
2.1
1.4
3.9
1.4

2602
2600
2536
2568
2589
2614
2610
2615
2643
2664
2742
2737
2742

2628
2655
2564
2596
2655
2594
2625
2670
2696
2788
2800
2790
2800

1.0
2.1
1.1
1.1
2.5
-0.8
0.6
2.1
2.0
4.4
2.1
1.9
2.1

TAMILNADU
PONDICHERRY
SOUTHERN REGION
Demand met Requirement Shortage Demand met Requirement Shortage Demand met Requirement Shortage
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
(MW)
(MW)
(%)
8130
8371
8263
8261
8094
8072
7980
7734
8225
8319
8584
8803
8803

8321
8522
8364
8315
8135
8122
8174
7883
8367
8524
8762
9015
9015

2.3
1.8
1.2
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.0
1.9
1.7
2.4
2.0
2.4
2.4

243
238
227
228
231
236
224
215
214
221
231
231
243

250
245
232
234
230
240
229
221
223
226
242
240
250

36

2.8
2.9
2.2
2.6
-0.4
1.7
2.2
2.7
4.0
2.2
4.5
3.8
2.8

23520
22376
22342
22361
22945
22554
22793
22499
23193
23434
24621
25039
25039

24606
22898
22714
22661
23681
22432
23472
22971
24751
25492
26715
27050
27050

4.4
2.3
1.6
1.3
3.1
-0.5
2.9
2.1
6.3
8.1
7.8
7.4
7.4

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.3 MONTHWISE MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM ENERGY CONSUMPTION WITH CORRESPONDING DATES (MU/Day)
ANDHRA PRADESH
MAX.

KARNATAKA

KERALA

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

Apr-06

172.97

07-04-06

127.61

17-04-06

126.77

05-04-06

98.68

16-04-06

44.21

06-04-06

36.17

14-04-06

May-06

148.10

03-05-06

128.31

28-05-06

115.10

01-05-06

79.08

31-05-06

45.02

11-05-06

27.53

30-05-06

Jun-06

151.60

13-06-06

136.00

25-06-06

107.53

14-06-06

67.46

25-06-06

40.56

15-06-06

33.22

25-06-06

Jul-06

169.68

21-07-06

130.59

04-07-06

109.27

25-07-06

73.77

02-07-06

39.09

26-07-06

30.86

03-07-06

Aug-06

174.32

26-08-06

116.90

05-08-06

121.67

31-08-06

94.08

13-08-06

41.09

25-08-06

33.85

15-08-06

Sep-06

172.29

12-09-06

134.41

17-09-06

122.27

02-09-06

81.40

17-09-06

41.04

01-09-06

33.45

10-09-06

Oct-06

174.68

17-10-06

140.62

31-10-06

122.43

24-10-06

87.23

02-10-06

40.95

12-10-06

35.14

15-10-06

Nov-06

155.70

29-11-06

131.60

05-11-06

114.09

30-11-06

88.30

08-11-06

41.77

30-11-06

35.55

05-11-06

Dec-06

155.40

01-12-06

136.37

17-12-06

122.24

29-12-06

104.90

03-12-06

42.11

13-12-06

36.43

17-12-06

Jan-07

164.00

24-01-07

146.77

02-01-07

126.87

30-01-07

115.69

21-01-07

42.73

12-01-07

37.01

07-01-07

Feb-07

176.50

28-02-07

161.74

18-02-07

134.48

27-02-07

121.63

25-02-07

44.22

28-02-07

39.04

04-02-07

Mar-07

186.78

27-03-07

171.61

04-03-07

134.97

06-03-07

124.70

25-03-07

47.81

23-03-07

40.51

04-03-07

2006-07

186.78

27-03-07

116.90

05-08-06

134.97

06-03-07

67.46

25-06-06

47.81

23-03-07

27.53

30-05-06

TAMIL NADU

Apr-06

PONDICHERRY

SOUTHERN REGION

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

173.06

05-04-06

143.55

18-04-06

4.89

22-04-06

4.31

02-04-06

518.87

05-04-06

418.30

17-04-06

May-06

169.70

04-05-06

128.51

19-05-06

4.94

15-05-06

3.78

08-05-06

473.43

04-05-06

379.28

28-05-06

Jun-06

161.11

10-06-06

138.54

04-06-06

4.84

30-06-06

4.10

20-06-06

455.69

13-06-06

382.36

25-06-06

Jul-06

160.33

25-07-06

133.63

02-07-06

4.96

29-07-06

4.17

06-07-06

474.25

25-07-06

375.35

02-07-06

Aug-06

174.34

18-08-06

143.81

06-08-06

5.03

05-08-06

3.86

16-08-06

503.75

31-08-06

407.88

06-08-06

Sep-06

172.63

22-09-06

135.59

10-09-06

4.91

23-09-06

4.16

09-09-06

495.66

01-09-06

405.80

17-09-06

Oct-06

167.33

04-10-06

110.79

21-10-06

4.86

11-10-06

2.98

21-10-06

495.40

17-10-06

401.63

29-10-06

Nov-06

152.10

30-11-06

123.20

19-11-06

4.48

29-11-06

3.68

12-11-06

467.94

30-11-06

386.47

05-11-06

Dec-06

168.14

29-12-06

142.14

10-12-06

4.51

08-12-06

3.61

19-12-06

488.09

29-12-06

430.41

17-12-06

Jan-07

173.28

12-01-07

138.15

16-01-07

4.49

12-01-07

3.59

16-01-07

504.43

24-01-07

457.98

16-01-07

Feb-07

183.87

28-02-07

162.62

18-02-07

4.75

16-02-07

3.80

12-02-07

542.49

28-02-07

489.78

18-02-07

Mar-07

192.38

23-03-07

170.60

04-03-07

5.12

19-03-07

3.79

04-03-07

559.02

23-03-07

513.12

04-03-07

2006-07

192.38

23-03-07

110.79

21-10-06

5.12

19-03-07

2.98

21-10-06

559.02

23-03-07

375.35

02-07-06

37

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.4 MONTHWISE MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM DEMAND MET WITH CORRESPONDING DATES (MW)
ANDHRA PRADESH
Apr-06

KARNATAKA

KERALA

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

7840

10-04-06

6210

17-04-06

5611

26-04-06

4557

16-04-06

2602

28-04-06

1794

14-04-06

May-06

6704

17-05-06

5699

28-05-06

5431

03-05-06

3538

28-05-06

2600

02-05-06

1654

30-05-06

Jun-06

7089

09-06-06

6087

05-06-06

4952

12-06-06

3437

25-06-06

2536

19-06-06

2240

04-06-06

Jul-06

8104

20-07-06

6218

04-07-06

4902

24-07-06

3555

02-07-06

2568

26-07-06

1959

02-07-06

Aug-06

8281

27-08-06

5464

05-08-06

5448

30-08-06

4183

15-08-06

2589

31-08-06

2156

15-08-06

Sep-06

8192

02-09-06

6161

17-09-06

5345

05-09-06

4010

17-09-06

2614

28-09-06

2236

08-09-06

Oct-06

8158

24-10-06

6345

30-10-06

5342

31-10-06

4024

02-10-06

2610

10-10-06

2040

15-10-06

Nov-06

7340

30-11-06

6091

05-11-06

5086

02-11-06

4163

05-11-06

2615

27-11-06

2288

06-11-06

Dec-06

7470

01-12-06

6416

18-12-06

5515

28-12-06

4695

03-12-06

2643

11-12-06

2346

14-12-06

Jan-07

7520

26-01-07

6603

02-01-07

5689

11-01-07

5183

21-01-07

2664

03-01-07

2391

20-01-07

Feb-07

8267

28-02-07

7370

19-02-07

5959

17-02-07

5266

01-02-07

2742

27-02-07

2428

15-02-07

Mar-07

8641

18-03-07

7917

04-03-07

5861

02-03-07

5396

19-03-07

2737

21-03-07

2479

31-03-07

2006-07

8641

18-03-07

5464

05-08-06

5959

17-02-07

3437

25-06-06

2742

27-02-07

1654

30-05-06

TAMIL NADU

PONDICHERRY

SOUTHERN REGION

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

MAX.

DATE

MIN.

DATE

Apr-06

8130

13-04-06

6652

16-04-06

243

22-04-06

180

14-04-06

23520

08-04-06

15288

17-04-06

May-06

8371

11-05-06

6710

21-05-06

238

20-05-06

155

16-05-06

22376

03-05-06

13790

29-05-06

Jun-06

8263

12-06-06

6994

25-06-06

227

19-06-06

175

11-06-06

22342

12-06-06

14985

26-06-06

Jul-06

8261

07-07-06

6995

02-07-06

228

13-07-06

150

05-07-06

22361

20-07-06

14264

03-07-06

Aug-06

8094

04-08-06

6780

15-08-06

231

11-08-06

166

15-08-06

22945

30-08-06

15353

04-08-06

Sep-06

8072

21-09-06

6566

03-09-06

236

13-09-06

158

01-09-06

22554

28-09-06

15024

18-09-06

Oct-06

7980

12-10-06

5500

21-10-06

224

11-10-06

152

24-10-06

22793

13-10-06

14485

13-10-06

Nov-06

7734

30-11-06

6247

12-11-06

215

30-11-06

175

05-11-06

22499

30-11-06

14215

05-11-06

Dec-06

8225

29-12-06

6674

10-12-06

221

08-12-06

166

10-12-06

23193

28-12-06

15257

11-12-06

Jan-07

8319

25-01-07

6555

16-01-07

221

29-01-07

166

17-01-07

23434

11-01-07

15968

16-01-07

Feb-07

8584

28-02-07

7404

18-02-07

231

16-02-07

174

25-02-07

24621

27-02-07

18392

05-02-07

Mar-07

8803

22-03-07

7656

04-03-07

231

13-03-07

174

04-03-07

25039

27-03-07

19046

04-03-07

2006-07

8803

22-03-07

5500

21-10-06

243

22-04-06

150

05-07-06

25039

27-03-07

13790

29-05-06

38

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ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.5 AVERAGE ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF SOUTHERN REGION DURING PAST DECADE ( MU/DAY)
YEAR

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA

KERALA

TAMIL NADU

SOUTHERN REGION

1997-98

104.58

59.60

25.82

101.68

291.68

1998-99

111.25

62.71

30.04

104.55

308.56

1999-00

125.00

72.00

32.00

114.00

343.00

2000-01

128.00

76.00

34.00

123.00

361.00

2001-02

129.00

80.00

35.00

130.00

374.00

2002-03

131.00

81.00

34.00

139.00

385.00

2003-04

130.00

85.00

36.00

147.00

398.00

2004-05

144.00

92.00

34.00

137.00

407.00

2005-06

144.40

93.54

36.73

138.60

417.43

2006-07

155.99

109.54

39.77

157.07

466.80

PEAK DEMAND MET OF SOUTHERN REGION DURING PAST DECADE (MW)


YEAR

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA

KERALA

TAMIL NADU

SOUTHERN REGION

1997-98

5742

3527

1786

4918

15682

1998-99

6480

3820

1896

5196

17180

1999-00

6684

4066

2177

5580

18535

2000-01

7143

4464

2316

6290

19428

2001-02

7029

4644

2333

6686

20063

2002-03

6895

4805

2347

6957

20428

2003-04

7441

5445

2426

7401

21928

2004-05

7613

5612

2420

7473

22364

2005-06

8239

5558

2578

8209

23372

2006-07

8641

5959

2742

8803

25039

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ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.6 AVERAGE DAILY ENTITLEMENT, SCHEDULE Vs ACTUAL DRAWAL BY STATES FROM THE GRID (MU)
ANDHARA PRADESH
MONTHS
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
TOTAL

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

32.61
32.24
29.02
29.59
30.66
30.22
28.71
32.10
31.58
34.87
38.37
38.46
388.43

30.31
29.89
27.27
26.31
20.47
22.07
23.62
29.93
29.99
35.43
39.74
41.55
356.58

KARNATAKA
ACTUAL
DRAWAL
31.81
33.99
31.69
27.45
18.90
26.04
26.38
34.84
35.20
37.91
43.32
43.77
391.29

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

29.26
29.83
27.87
27.82
28.58
28.66
26.19
29.12
28.76
30.33
31.67
31.08
349.18

24.14
25.84
22.59
21.11
22.98
22.31
19.45
24.57
23.97
25.24
26.77
26.83
285.81

TAMIL NADU
MONTHS
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
TOTAL

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

47.17
49.08
44.50
43.94
45.54
46.70
43.16
46.88
46.42
47.96
51.03
49.72
562.08

52.74
49.49
41.38
41.94
42.34
43.44
39.60
40.90
42.96
46.28
56.17
59.47
556.71

KERALA
ACTUAL
DRAWAL
26.50
27.24
21.70
20.11
23.47
20.21
20.31
24.93
26.97
30.01
32.12
29.92
303.49

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

23.20
23.10
21.31
22.05
22.75
22.66
21.23
23.37
22.48
23.28
24.10
23.17
272.71

10.48
14.89
13.45
15.15
19.20
18.63
17.53
17.62
17.70
13.87
13.20
14.62
186.34

PONDICHERRY
ACTUAL
DRAWAL
52.41
49.12
42.52
43.24
43.94
43.55
38.52
39.45
40.44
42.72
55.52
66.28
557.71

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

5.22
5.48
5.25
5.12
5.09
4.82
4.35
4.95
4.78
5.44
5.97
5.95
62.41

4.95
5.21
5.00
4.90
4.82
4.60
4.11
4.71
4.57
5.22
5.70
5.74
59.54

40

ACTUAL
DRAWAL
8.80
14.21
13.11
15.19
20.05
19.61
17.59
15.00
15.70
13.63
13.27
12.17
178.32

GOA
ACTUAL
DRAWAL
4.94
4.85
4.84
4.99
4.95
4.89
4.50
4.44
4.46
4.53
4.77
5.02
57.20

ENTITLEMENT

SCHEDULE

2.17
2.20
2.22
2.10
2.02
1.78
1.76
2.20
2.15
2.04
2.03
2.25
24.91

1.99
1.97
1.86
1.49
1.84
1.51
1.56
2.01
1.98
1.88
1.87
2.10
22.06

ACTUAL
DRAWAL
1.64
1.42
1.34
1.45
1.50
1.48
1.55
2.09
1.69
1.77
1.73
1.79
19.45

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.7 INTER-REGIONAL EXCHANGES (PHYSICAL) OF SR WITH WR AND ER DURING 2006-07


BHADRAWATI BTB

GAZUWAKA BTB

TALCHER-KOLAR BI-POLE

IMPORT(MU)

EXPORT(MU)

IMPORT(MU)

EXPORT(MU)

IMPORT(MU)

EXPORT(MU)

APRIL

1.00

246.15

275.01

1087.45

MAY

2.65

211.78

247.44

1129.25

JUNE

7.76

278.95

212.52

937.75

JULY

1.02

386.61

342.79

1099.10

AUGUST

8.29

215.98

253.65

1125.88

24.78

289.92

239.02

1155.50

0.52

425.14

321.19

1221.62

NOVEMBER

392.94

260.47

1134.02

DECEMBER

0.31

318.84

321.22

1077.60

JANUARY

0.37

336.56

277.52

1162.05

FEBRUARY

72.80

93.18

329.70

1128.24

MARCH

73.63

46.64

481.05

1249.17

2006-07

193.13

3242.69

3561.58

0.00

13507.63

0.00

SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER

BTB - Back to Back

41

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6.8 INTER-REGIONAL EXCHANGE (PHYSICAL) OF SR WITH WR AND ER DURING


LAST 6 YEARS
YEAR

BHADRAWATI BACK TO BACK


IMPORT (MU)

EXPORT (MU)

2001-02

788

54

2002-03

173

456

2003-04

298

543

2004-05

153

1755

2005-06

220

2939

2006-07

193

3243

YEAR

GAZUWAKA BACK TO BACK


IMPORT (MU)

EXPORT (MU)

2001-02

3666

4380

2002-03

3016

4380

2003-04

1926

4392

2004-05

2500

2005-06

2096

2006-07

3562

YEAR

4752

TALCHER - KOLAR BI-POLE


IMPORT (MU)

EXPORT (MU)

2001-02

2002-03

1458

3648

2003-04

6039

17568

2004-05

9330

2005-06

11163

2006-07

13508

42

17520

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

6.9 KADAMPARAI ENERGY GENERATED/PUMPED DURING LAST 6 YEARS (MU)


2001-02
MONTHS

2003-04

2002-03

GENERATOR GENERATOR GENERATOR


MODE
MODE
MODE

2004-05 *

2006-07

2005-06

PUMP
MODE

GENERATOR
MODE

PUMP
MODE

GENERATOR
MODE

PUMP
MODE

GENERATOR
MODE

PUMP
MODE

APRIL

0.1

3.9

35.0

40.0

26.0

35.0

0.0

2.6

12.4

24.0

MAY

0.0

1.4

37.0

43.0

41.0

48.0

29.6

45.7

30.2

35.1

JUNE

1.0

6.4

29.0

45.0

55.0

35.0

45.3

51.2

49.9

49.4

JULY

27.5

6.9

47.0

49.0

50.0

49.0

79.0

62.3

60.4

42.2

AUGUST

21.4

8.8

54.0

55.0

55.0

41.0

49.5

25.0

60.1

46.3

SEPTEMBER

11.0

8.6

36.0

48.0

30.0

25.0

40.8

15.2

44.2

43.7

OCTOBER

19.5

18.5

26.0

15.0

0.0

0.0

46.9

45.1

45.4

47.1

NOVEMBER

17.9

16.7

23.0

24.0

0.0

0.0

64.1

59.2

59.1

58.2

DECEMBER

20.3

20.5

49.0

53.0

0.0

0.0

70.0

62.5

30.8

31.6

JANUARY

18.4

39.0

44.0

58.0

0.0

0.0

72.0

92.9

14.3

20.0

FEBRUARY

14.0

39.0

21.0

21.0

0.0

0.0

53.3

55.6

11.6

13.6

MARCH

5.7

32.0

6.0

18.0

0.0

0.0

30.9

37.9

9.6

4.5

TOTAL

156.7

201.8

469.0

257.0

233.0

581.4

555.3

427.8

415.8

407.0
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Note: The plant was under shutdown from 16 Sep 2004 to 28 April 05 for dam maintenance works.

6.9 SRISAILAM LB ENERGY GENERATED/PUMPED DURING THE YEAR (MU)


2005-06
MONTHS

2006-07

GENERATOR
GENERATOR
PUMP MODE
MODE
MODE

PUMP
MODE

APRIL

21.2

212.6

34.5

MAY

56.0

34.2

106.7

JUNE

5.3

45.1

75.6

JULY

11.7

273.9

18.4

AUGUST

571.5

547

SEPTEMBER

514.6

423.3

OCTOBER

335.1

263.5

9.1

NOVEMBER

110.5

137.9

76.1

DECEMBER

122.5

12.5

114.6

56.2

63.9

25.8

JANUARY

180.0

102.6

FEBRUARY

148.8

49.0

97

26

MARCH

166.6

88.1

172.9

0.0

TOTAL

2243.8

252.1

2385.9

428.4

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Note: The plant started pump mode operation from 07 December 2005.

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SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

7 GENERATING STATIONS PERFORMANCE


7.1 SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ENERGY GENERATION PER DAY OF SOUTHERN REGION DURING 2006-07
(Figures in Gross Mus.)
AGENCY

HYDRO

THERMAL

GAS/DIESEL

WIND/OTHERS

NUCLEAR

TOTAL

ANDHRA PRADESH

25.79

60.57

4.14

0.00

--

90.50

KARNATAKA

41.18

31.23

0.38

0.00

--

72.79

KERALA

20.54

--

0.68

0.01

--

21.22

TAMILNADU

17.23

58.06

5.34

0.05

--

80.68

PONDICHERRY

--

--

0.45

--

--

0.45

CENTRAL SECTOR

--

158.59

3.12

--

14.09

175.80

IPP

0.75

5.98

31.22

29.06

0.00

67.01

TOTAL

105.49

314.42

45.32

29.12

14.09

508.44

44

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ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

7.2 PERFORMANCE OF POWER STATIONS DURING THE YEAR 2006-07


ANDHRA PRADESH
SL.NO.

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

434.9

HYDRO
1

MACHKUND

84

29.7

43.7

30.7

43.4

32.2

36.2

44.6

34.8

37.0

40.1

32.3

30.3

T.B.DAM

57.6

2.5

0.0

0.0

7.4

28.2

24.3

24.8

19.1

17.5

17.3

14.1

12.5

167.7

UPPER SILERU

240

45.4

12.5

29.3

42.9

3.5

71.6

65.4

41.1

14.6

43.2

45.5

82.0

496.7

DONKARAYI

25

15.6

36.6

4.8

5.4

46.9

8.9

14.3

11.5

53.1

14.3

8.4

14.2

233.9

LOWER SILERU

460

127.2

122.8

113.3

94.8

84.5

92.7

123.2

102.2

123.1

122.2

107.5

131.3

1344.8

SRISAILAM RBPH

770

80.8

16.3

57.0

215.6

442.0

280.6

265.3

105.9

87.7

24.7

44.4

139.0

1759.3

SRISAILAM LBPH

900

214.3

33.8

44.6

276.1

551.8

423.3

392.6

138.8

115.1

65.0

98.0

174.1

2527.5

N'SAGAR

815.6

7.0

0.0

25.7

195.7

537.9

361.6

407.5

25.7

43.0

91.6

66.7

69.4

1831.7

NSR RT.CANAL.P.H

90

11.9

0.0

0.0

2.6

27.8

48.0

52.5

43.0

39.4

28.1

15.2

1.8

270.3

10

NSR LT.CANAL.P.H

60

2.9

0.0

0.0

3.0

41.7

30.3

31.4

25.9

19.4

10.7

3.0

0.0

168.4

11

NIZAMSAGAR

10

2.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.3

3.2

3.3

1.0

3.4

3.5

3.0

4.3

26.5

12

MINI HYDEL

12.16

0.9

0.5

0.5

0.3

19.9

0.3

0.6

0.3

0.3

0.3

1.0

0.5

25.3

13

POCHAMPAD

27

3.8

0.0

0.0

0.0

18.6

18.8

18.2

6.5

7.4

11.3

10.1

8.3

103.0

14

PENNA AHOBILAM

20

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.7

2.6

1.8

3.4

0.0

0.0

1.0

0.8

13.2

15

SINGUR

15

0.4

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.5

1.2

4.0

0.0

0.0

0.9

0.0

2.8

10.2

TOTAL

3586.36

545.0

266.3

305.9

887.3

1841.5

1403.5

1449.4

559.1

560.9

473.2

450.2

671.0

9413.3

RAMAGUNDAM-B

62.5

39.2

43.7

35.3

40.4

36.2

22.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

25.4

42.9

48.2

333.8

KOTHAGUDEM-A

240

161.0

161.9

160.1

158.7

128.6

106.8

71.9

121.3

144.8

164.5

150.6

171.8

1701.8
1602.7

THERMAL
COAL

KOTHAGUDEM-B

240

151.8

151.7

139.6

140.5

117.5

127.6

81.7

93.3

154.1

152.4

137.4

155.1

KOTHAGUDEM-C

240

155.0

130.8

124.8

153.3

73.3

135.5

165.9

153.8

60.9

83.9

89.0

165.8

1492.0

KOTHAGUDEM-D

500

360.7

371.4

363.4

365.1

256.4

319.0

227.3

182.9

180.3

360.2

334.1

375.0

3695.8

VIJAYAWADA

1260

868.6

774.2

870.6

858.7

597.2

695.2

834.7

816.1

947.3

930.6

846.2

948.9

9988.3

RAYALASEEMA

630

228.1

286.9

273.1

281.5

188.0

222.0

277.4

302.8

318.4

308.2

286.8

319.7

3292.9

TOTAL

3172.5

1964.4

1920.6

1967.0

1998.1

1397.2

1628.7

1658.8

1670.2

1805.8

2025.1

1886.9

2184.4

22107.3

VIJJESWARAM (GAS)

100

31.0

31.5

30.6

33.4

35.6

31.1

12.0

4.8

0.0

0.0

24.0

32.5

266.5

VIJJESWARAM (GAS)
TOTAL

172

114.1

103.5

95.1

102.3

101.4

99.4

107.9

110.2

114.3

110.5

83.0

104.2

1245.8

272

145.1

135.0

125.6

135.7

137.0

130.5

119.9

115.0

114.3

110.5

107.0

136.6

1512.2

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

45

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ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

ANDHRA PRADESH
SL.NO.

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

WIND
TOTAL

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

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

MINI HYDRO

91.4

13.0

2.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

28.5

25.0

22.0

25.0

23.8

21.0

22.2

182.5

MINI POWER PLANTS

73.51

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

STATION

WIND MILL
1

IPP
HYDRO

1
COAL

2
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

LANCO (GAS)

355

215.3

171.3

131.8

166.9

120.3

60.5

84.6

90.4

128.3

178.7

151.0

189.6

1688.7

JEGURUPADU (GAS)

216

131.7

104.8

95.7

98.2

78.9

84.9

86.9

78.3

83.9

81.8

87.0

115.4

1127.4

SPECTRUM (GAS)

207.88

66.9

93.7

93.2

99.2

87.2

65.9

85.6

80.6

83.9

82.5

88.0

117.6

1044.4

ISOLATED GAS WELL (GAS)

27.04

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

GVK EXTENSION (GAS)

220

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

RELIANCE ENERGY LTD. (GAS)

220

111.8

72.4

59.5

66.6

75.4

76.1

78.2

71.8

74.3

73.4

78.0

107.9

945.4

VEMAGIRI POWER GENERATION LTD. (GAS)

370

11.2

0.3

20.7

0.0

24.9

73.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

130.3

WINDMILL

103.57

2.3

7.8

11.4

20.0

16.8

6.4

2.5

1.2

1.6

1.7

2.0

2.2

75.9

23.5

28.6

31.1

31.7

31.3

31.4

32.5

30.7

33.6

30.5

28.0

33.9

366.9

64.5

55.9

60.2

62.0

36.1

121.0

55.9

32.4

73.7

153.4

131.0

230.4

1076.5

WIND

10
OTHERS

11

COGENERATION (RCL)

41

12

BAGASSE

183.2

13

BIOMASS

213.05

14

WASTED BASED PP
TOTAL

2342.75

640.2

536.8

503.6

544.5

470.9

547.9

451.2

407.4

504.3

625.9

586.0

819.2

6637.9

TOTAL AP

9375.61

3294.7

2858.7

2902.2

3565.7

3846.6

3710.5

3679.4

2751.7

2985.2

3234.7

3030.1

3811.3

39670.7

SHARAVATHI

1035

570.2

367.7

300.1

320.9

520.0

503.9

526.9

385.0

534.6

509.4

501.5

613.5

5653.6

LINGANAMAKKI.P.H.

55

25.0

13.1

8.8

12.7

33.5

36.2

38.5

26.8

37.2

33.3

30.3

29.7

325.1

21.1

KARNATAKA
HYDRO

JOG

120

22.4

12.0

5.6

26.4

30.7

24.9

23.4

20.5

19.1

25.0

24.1

27.7

261.9

NAGJHERI

855

426.5

258.6

233.3

185.1

311.2

303.5

404.0

297.7

389.9

339.6

380.8

449.3

3979.6

SUPA

100

69.1

44.8

36.6

19.8

32.2

52.9

54.1

53.7

73.1

68.9

66.4

46.3

617.9

VARAHI

230

91.6

63.2

69.4

105.1

163.2

106.8

124.7

61.0

98.4

89.1

77.8

111.5

1161.7

46

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

KARNATAKA

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

BHADRA POWER HOUSE

39.2

5.5

0.1

0.0

4.1

16.4

14.8

11.4

5.3

0.0

12.5

10.6

7.6

88.4

SIVANSAMUDRAM

42

24.8

22.6

28.0

30.2

29.5

30.2

31.9

30.6

31.6

22.5

16.6

19.8

318.4

SHIMSHA

17.2

3.8

4.4

4.6

7.2

9.6

9.7

11.1

9.6

9.2

3.9

3.1

4.0

80.2

SL.NO.
HYDRO

10

MUNIRABAD

27

0.0

0.0

0.0

5.2

21.4

15.7

13.4

6.8

7.8

8.6

5.4

1.4

85.8

11

T.B.DAM SHARE (20 %)

14.4

0.5

0.0

0.0

3.2

8.5

6.6

6.1

4.4

4.1

4.0

3.2

3.0

43.6

12

GHATAPRABHA

32

1.5

1.5

0.0

3.2

22.4

14.0

14.9

15.9

16.1

14.3

8.7

0.1

112.6

13

MANI DAM.P.H.

2.6

1.1

1.1

0.0

2.2

3.7

4.7

2.0

4.9

4.0

3.4

3.9

33.6

14

MINI HYDRO

4.45

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

15

MALLAPUR

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

16

KODASALLI

120

37.9

26.1

33.5

49.3

70.2

39.4

47.7

29.9

43.3

34.5

35.0

43.4

490.2

17

SHARAVATHI TAIL RACE

240

53.7

37.5

33.5

51.6

93.4

59.6

53.3

40.1

52.4

51.5

48.1

56.9

631.5

18

KADRA

150

32.1

20.6

40.6

77.6

97.3

43.3

47.8

20.3

40.3

28.9

27.2

40.9

516.9

19

ALMATTI

290

2.9

0.1

8.6

172.0

151.1

103.7

65.1

28.5

30.9

32.3

22.4

13.0

630.5

3389.25

1370.1

873.4

803.8

1073.6

1612.8

1368.9

1479.0

1038.0

1392.7

1282.3

1264.6

1472.2

15031.4

1470

970.4

1081.2

942.5

902.2

576.6

862.3

960.6

1024.9

1025.5

1099.7

937.4

1014.0

11397.3

1470

970.4

1081.2

942.5

902.2

576.6

862.3

960.6

1024.9

1025.5

1099.7

937.4

1014.0

11397.3

YELEHANKA (DIESEL)
TOTAL

127.8

24.9

16.7

5.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

31.8

23.5

37.8

139.6

127.8

24.9

16.7

5.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

31.8

23.5

37.8

139.6

KAPPATAGUDDA
TOTAL

4.55

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

4.55

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

MINI HYDEL

156.93

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

TOTAL

THERMAL
COAL

RAICHUR.T.PS.
TOTAL

GAS/DIESEL/NAPTHA
1

WIND
1

IPP
HYDRO

1
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

TANIR BHAVI (NAPTHA)

220

119.0

19.4

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

7.1

98.4

122.6

137.0

503.6

JINDAL (COREX GAS)

100

153.6

152.6

72.2

116.1

77.5

119.3

140.4

132.4

144.1

141.4

115.4

138.2

1503.3

47

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

KARNATAKA

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

SL.NO.

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

GAS/DIESEL/NAPTHA

TATA ELECTRIC (DIESEL)

79.1

42.6

11.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

1.8

0.0

0.0

3.2

41.6

38.7

46.9

186.1

RAYAL SEEMA ALKALIES (DIESEL)

27.8

12.9

1.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.6

10.7

16.5

18.6

60.5

ITPL (DIESEL)

WIND MILL

413.24

228.2

223.9

248.0

331.0

359.0

200.0

237.0

240.0

244.0

248.0

224.0

200.0

2983.1

CO-GENERATION

241.55

BIO-MASS
TOTAL

66.38
1314

556.3

408.4

320.2

447.1

436.5

321.1

377.4

372.4

399.0

540.1

517.3

540.7

5236.5

TOTAL KAR

6305.6

2921.7

2379.7

2071.5

2422.8

2625.9

2552.2

2817.1

2435.3

2817.2

2953.8

2742.8

3064.7

31804.8

KUTTIADI + KUTTIADI EXTENTION

125

1.9

4.6

69.7

87.2

86.5

82.0

78.3

55.0

50.4

38.7

44.1

47.0

645.4

SHOLAYAR

54

27.5

21.0

11.2

3.7

10.7

30.3

19.0

22.4

36.2

20.8

33.5

29.5

265.8

PORINGALKUTHU

32

9.3

11.1

20.4

24.8

24.7

22.9

18.2

16.5

11.7

9.5

7.5

7.9

184.5

PALLIVASAL

37.5

17.4

19.5

19.1

21.5

22.5

21.9

22.6

21.9

22.0

20.0

12.4

20.9

241.6

SENGULAM

48

10.5

12.4

15.1

19.6

19.8

18.5

19.1

18.0

15.7

10.6

6.3

10.6

176.3

PANNIAR

30

10.2

9.0

10.4

17.2

11.6

18.9

23.2

22.2

21.1

7.6

1.4

15.3

168.2

NERIAMANGALAM

50.5

16.6

17.2

24.1

25.8

25.3

29.4

39.0

37.5

32.5

7.7

1.0

21.4

277.5

SABARIGIRI

310

137.4

136.3

163.8

133.2

98.4

74.1

112.4

166.6

151.0

137.5

97.9

147.9

1556.4

IDUKKI

780

402.4

317.5

198.7

131.2

119.5

98.6

118.0

87.3

161.1

256.4

243.3

303.0

2437.0

10

IDAMALAYAR

75

38.3

30.1

26.7

20.7

10.2

23.2

41.2

26.7

52.2

40.5

39.3

37.6

386.7

11

KALLADA

15

8.5

3.2

1.8

5.1

5.4

5.7

7.3

10.3

8.9

4.3

6.9

8.8

76.1

12

MADUPETTY

0.3

0.7

0.8

1.1

0.7

1.5

1.5

2.6

1.2

1.1

0.6

1.1

13.2

13

PEPPARA

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

14

L.PERIYAR

180

18.4

29.0

55.0

114.2

86.0

85.1

92.6

82.0

38.4

18.4

5.3

20.7

645.0

15

MALAMPUZHA

2.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.7

0.2

0.8

0.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.1

16

POR.L.BANK

16

5.2

2.9

11.0

11.8

11.8

11.3

11.3

10.9

9.8

6.6

6.7

8.6

107.8

WIND

7
OTHERS

KERALA
HYDRO

17

KAKKAD

50

20.6

20.8

24.7

24.4

18.8

15.2

20.4

24.2

21.9

20.5

15.8

21.2

248.5

18

CHEMBUKADAVU

6.45

0.0

0.0

2.1

3.3

2.6

2.4

1.1

0.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

12.1

19

URUMI

6.15

0.0

0.2

2.4

3.8

2.8

2.5

1.8

1.1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

14.5

20

MALANKARA

10.5

2.1

2.0

1.8

2.1

2.6

2.7

3.0

2.4

2.3

3.8

3.5

4.0

32.2

21

LOWER MEENMUTTY
TOTAL

1.5

0.0

0.2

0.5

0.9

0.7

0.8

1.0

0.9

0.4

0.1

0.0

0.1

5.6

1835.1

726.6

637.7

659.3

651.5

560.6

547.7

631.0

610.1

637.3

603.9

525.4

705.5

7496.7

GAS/DIESEL/NAPTHA
1

BRAHMAPURAM DGPP (DIESEL)

106.6

12.2

5.5

2.9

2.4

1.3

4.1

8.3

3.5

7.9

12.4

12.1

12.8

85.4

KOZHIKODE DPP (DIESEL)


TOTAL

128

18.2

10.1

3.3

2.2

2.9

5.1

11.5

8.3

11.9

25.8

25.7

36.6

161.6

234.6

30.4

15.6

6.1

4.6

4.2

9.2

19.7

11.9

19.8

38.2

37.9

49.4

247.0

48

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

KERALA
SL.NO.

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

2.025

0.2

0.3

0.2

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

2.2

2.025

0.2

0.3

0.2

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

2.2

WIND
1

WIND MILL
TOTAL

IPP
HYDRO

MANIYAR

12

2.5

3.4

5.2

6.1

4.1

3.7

4.7

5.1

3.3

2.1

0.8

2.0

43.0

KUTHUNGAL

21

5.1

6.2

1.5

2.7

2.5

4.4

6.4

7.8

5.9

5.0

0.0

0.0

47.6

182.7

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

BSES (NAPTHA)

157

47.0

25.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

53.8

56.4

KASARGODE (DIESEL)
TOTAL

21.93

2.0

1.8

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.7

1.3

1.1

1.7

5.9

9.8

24.3

211.93

56.6

36.9

6.7

8.8

6.6

8.1

11.8

14.2

10.3

8.9

60.5

68.3

297.7

TOTAL KER

2283.655

813.8

690.5

672.3

665.2

571.6

565.1

662.7

636.3

667.6

651.3

623.9

823.3

8043.6

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

PYKARA

59

9.5

7.4

14.0

25.4

20.4

18.5

15.1

13.7

13.6

13.0

9.5

10.7

170.7

PYKARA MICRO

0.6

0.3

0.4

0.6

1.0

1.3

1.3

0.7

0.9

1.0

0.7

1.0

9.7

PYKARA ULTIMATE

150

38.6

23.8

25.8

1.9

23.4

31.1

38.1

16.7

15.6

16.9

17.6

31.4

281.0
173.6

TAMILNADU
HYDRO
SL.NO.

MOYAR

36

17.6

11.2

15.1

12.3

17.4

19.4

20.0

12.1

11.6

11.3

10.1

15.5

MARAVAKANDI

0.7

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

1.5

KUNDAH-I

60

31.0

31.9

35.3

39.2

35.5

26.5

19.4

17.3

23.9

22.6

27.1

33.7

343.3

KUNDAH-II

175

70.5

75.3

85.4

100.4

83.7

65.4

55.0

58.6

60.1

53.1

62.4

76.2

846.1

KUNDAH-III

180

42.1

44.4

50.3

59.2

49.3

38.6

37.5

46.3

39.0

33.7

35.9

45.2

521.5

KUNDAH-IV

100

5.5

12.9

27.3

37.6

22.0

23.9

20.8

25.4

10.8

6.8

4.6

7.5

205.2

10

KUNDAH-V

40

8.3

4.6

2.5

11.1

6.9

6.8

7.7

2.5

3.3

3.9

4.7

9.6

71.9

11

KUNDAH-VI

30

10.5

6.6

1.3

11.2

10.6

4.6

2.9

1.2

1.7

2.6

1.7

4.5

59.5

12

SURULIYAR

35

5.3

7.0

0.0

7.1

8.4

11.5

16.7

24.6

13.1

4.2

3.9

6.7

108.5

13

KADAMPARAI

400

12.4

30.2

49.9

60.4

60.1

44.2

45.4

59.1

30.8

14.4

11.6

9.6

427.9

14

ALIYAR

60

2.1

1.4

17.0

38.9

26.1

24.4

19.3

13.2

14.3

4.6

3.8

10.4

175.5

15

POONACHI

0.0

0.1

0.4

0.8

0.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.2

0.1

0.0

0.0

2.2

16

METTUR DAM

40

0.4

16.2

7.6

8.3

13.5

16.3

10.7

0.7

10.9

6.7

0.0

0.0

91.4

17

METTUR TUNNEL

200

14.4

0.0

61.4

132.5

140.5

104.4

58.0

3.0

75.7

47.1

8.3

10.2

655.5

18

LOWER METTUR

120

7.9

7.0

41.4

72.8

68.1

65.0

40.8

4.3

54.8

41.5

6.5

6.8

416.9

19

BHAVANISAGAR

3.7

3.5

5.3

5.9

4.9

10.1

8.2

8.2

10.0

7.4

6.8

3.5

77.4

20

PERIYAR

140

11.9

3.7

46.7

59.4

55.3

59.5

66.2

58.2

80.7

58.8

14.2

0.0

514.6

49

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

TAMILNADU
HYDRO

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

SL.NO.

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

21

VAIGAI

0.0

0.3

2.9

1.9

1.6

1.4

1.3

4.3

4.1

1.9

0.4

0.0

20.2

22

PAPANASAM

28

12.1

8.0

14.3

18.4

12.6

9.6

5.9

16.5

14.8

17.0

11.8

4.2

145.3

23

SERVALAR

20

4.0

2.2

2.5

4.1

1.1

0.8

1.4

7.8

6.6

6.5

3.5

1.2

41.6

24

SARKARAPATHY

30

16.2

2.0

7.1

0.0

14.3

16.2

18.2

12.8

14.9

17.5

14.3

16.7

150.3

25

SHOLAYAR

95

6.1

0.5

48.0

51.4

59.2

54.3

40.8

27.9

58.8

19.9

4.3

4.9

376.0

26

LOWER BHAVANI

1.9

0.0

0.0

3.2

3.0

0.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

8.4

27

KODAYAR

100

27.2

29.0

26.5

28.0

11.0

25.4

28.9

36.6

39.7

22.3

19.1

20.4

314.1

28

SATHANUR DAM PH

7.5

3.4

1.7

1.7

1.7

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

1.7

0.7

10.9

29

MICRO TOTAL

5.15

0.7

0.7

0.3

0.0

12.2

0.4

2.0

0.2

0.3

0.0

0.1

0.1

17.1

30

BHAVANI KATTALAI BARRAGE - I

30

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

8.7

11.5

6.1

14.3

10.6

0.5

0.2

52.0

TOTAL

2167.35

364.1

332.0

590.3

793.8

762.8

688.7

593.2

478.2

624.5

445.4

285.6

331.4

6289.9

THERMAL
COAL

ENNORE.T.P.S

450

56.9

95.6

123.9

118.3

123.2

108.6

133.1

147.1

153.1

147.4

93.1

127.7

1428.0

TUTUCORIN.T.P.S

1050

711.4

729.1

735.4

619.9

619.6

633.6

661.8

608.4

630.6

683.5

685.3

764.9

8083.3

METTUR.T.P.S

840

589.2

612.7

581.0

526.1

546.5

551.8

541.1

510.3

574.9

602.3

563.8

613.1

6812.9

NORTH MADRAS.T.P.S
TOTAL

630

451.1

439.4

374.8

425.3

414.8

298.1

349.3

373.9

406.5

472.6

393.1

468.9

4867.7

2970

1808.6

1876.8

1815.1

1689.6

1704.1

1592.1

1685.2

1639.7

1765.1

1905.6

1735.4

1974.6

21191.9

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

BASIN BRIDGE (NAPTHA)

120

1.9

3.1

0.5

0.0

0.0

0.1

1.1

0.8

4.4

6.6

8.6

29.4

56.5

KOVIL KALAPPAL (GAS)

107.88

59.2

66.6

63.2

56.1

54.8

56.0

32.9

67.2

65.6

64.7

53.0

65.1

704.3

VALATHUR (GAS)

94

61.5

63.6

63.1

65.9

68.4

61.6

62.6

54.8

63.6

56.0

54.5

51.9

727.5

KUTTALAM (GAS)

101

55.2

60.0

59.5

62.7

41.3

11.5

58.0

67.2

43.7

0.0

0.0

0.0

459.1

TOTAL

422.88

177.8

193.3

186.3

184.7

164.5

129.3

154.7

189.9

177.4

127.3

116.0

146.4

1947.5

WIND
1

TNEB WIND MILL

19.355

0.3

1.8

3.2

3.6

3.2

1.9

1.9

0.1

0.4

0.6

0.5

0.1

17.6

TOTAL

19.355

0.3

1.8

3.2

3.6

3.2

1.9

1.9

0.1

0.4

0.6

0.5

0.1

17.6

TCPL

63.5

40.9

41.2

40.2

41.1

42.2

41.5

42.9

35.5

33.4

43.5

38.9

43.0

484.3

ST - CMS

250

165.7

159.3

126.6

136.7

138.8

140.0

91.5

127.7

155.0

141.3

142.2

172.0

1696.9

IPP
COAL

1
LIGNITE

2
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

P P NALLUR (NAPTHA)

330.5

153.9

39.5

39.5

26.7

0.0

0.0

72.7

67.9

153.0

193.9

175.4

201.6

1124.1

ABAN POWER (GAS)

113.21

46.3

61.2

74.0

74.7

81.3

73.3

79.1

58.1

44.0

78.9

68.6

77.4

816.8

HI-TECH (GAS)

15

7.1

7.2

7.7

6.6

6.9

6.9

6.7

8.8

6.0

7.2

6.4

7.1

84.6

50

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

TAMILNADU
IPP
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

(Figures in Gross Mus.)

SL.NO.

STATION

EFFECTIVE
CAPACITY (MW)

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

TOTAL

MADURAI POWER CL (DIESEL)

106

43.3

27.1

23.2

19.0

11.2

11.2

24.2

17.6

41.2

44.3

43.0

64.1

369.4

SAMALPATTY (DIESEL)

105

44.8

26.6

23.6

19.5

11.4

11.4

26.4

19.4

41.5

43.3

44.3

66.4

378.6

ARKEY ENERGY (GAS)

52.8

18.2

23.6

12.7

32.5

31.0

32.7

33.6

29.9

34.5

34.5

30.9

32.1

346.2

GMR POWER (DIESEL)

196

88.0

81.3

67.2

57.2

42.4

43.3

62.0

49.6

84.2

88.2

90.7

126.4

880.6

10

WIND

2878.425

124.7

319.8

754.2

778.2

939.4

624.5

680.6

126.1

171.4

276.0

300.7

161.4

5257.0

11

CO-GENERATION

314.6

62.0

58.0

46.0

56.0

100.0

125.0

125.0

62.0

40.0

55.0

60.0

60.0

849.0

12

BIO-MASS

40.35

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

TOTAL

4465.385

794.9

844.8

1214.9

1248.2

1404.6

1109.9

1244.8

602.7

804.2

1006.0

1001.0

1011.5

12287.6

TOTAL TN

10044.97

3145.7

3248.7

3809.8

3919.9

4039.2

3521.9

3679.8

2910.7

3371.5

3485.0

3138.5

3463.9

41734.4

WIND/OTHERS

PONDICHERRY
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
1

KARIAKAL POWER PLANT (GAS)

32.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

23.8

24.1

23.2

22.3

0.0

24.2

23.9

13.6

7.9

163.0

TOTAL

32.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

23.8

24.1

23.2

22.3

0.0

24.2

23.9

13.6

7.9

163.0

TOTAL PONDY

32.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

23.8

24.1

23.2

22.3

0.0

24.2

23.9

13.6

7.9

163.0

CENTRAL SECTOR
THERMAL
COAL

RAMAGUNDAM T.P.S (ISGS) - NTPC

2600

1835.3

1906.6

1543.7

1464.4

1421.7

1447.2

1592.0

1846.9

1880.0

1764.9

1606.6

1938.6

20247.8

TALCHER STAGE II (ISGS) - NTPC

2000

1374.1

1303.3

1183.2

1466.3

1439.2

1379.2

1382.4

852.1

754.5

840.8

815.0

1285.3

14075.4

SIMHADRI (AP) - NTPC

1000

675.0

670.5

653.5

513.0

591.7

370.2

850.7

688.4

699.1

702.5

640.0

715.2

7769.8
3989.0

LIGNITE

NEYVELI-I (TN) - NLC

600

353.7

319.1

356.3

316.7

314.6

367.0

301.8

248.9

286.1

389.5

354.7

380.5

NEYVELI-II (ISGS) - NLC

1470

613.5

717.0

784.2

769.1

660.8

591.4

428.1

486.9

612.2

897.7

929.5

1047.3

8537.8

NEYVELI TPS-I (Expansion) (ISGS) - NLC


TOTAL

420

206.0

281.9

285.1

263.6

286.3

291.4

202.8

299.2

299.7

288.8

281.1

279.8

3265.7

8090

5057.6

5198.4

4806.0

4793.1

4714.3

4446.3

4757.8

4422.4

4531.7

4884.2

4626.8

5646.7

57885.3

RGCCPP,KAYAMKULAM (KSEB) - NTPC


TOTAL

359.58

173.9

76.7

67.1

10.1

0.1

0.6

0.1

111.9

92.1

195.2

190.0

219.4

1137.2

359.58

173.9

76.7

67.1

10.1

0.1

0.6

0.1

111.9

92.1

195.2

190.0

219.4

1137.2

M.A.P.S KALPAKAM (ISGS) - NPC

440

248.5

265.9

163.6

181.7

232.5

226.4

230.3

224.1

192.9

223.9

209.6

219.0

2618.3

KAIGA A.P.S (ISGS) - NPC


TOTAL

440

206.2

231.1

223.5

168.3

161.1

223.6

231.0

188.3

231.4

232.2

209.0

219.0

2524.7

880

454.7

497.0

387.1

350.0

393.6

450.0

461.3

412.3

424.3

456.1

418.6

438.0

5143.0

GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
4

NUCLEAR

TOTAL C.S

9329.58

5686.2

5772.1

5260.2

5153.2

5108.0

4897.0

5219.1

4946.6

5048.1

5535.5

5235.4

6304.2

64165.5

GRAND TOTAL

37371.915

15862.1

14949.7

14715.9

15750.6

16215.4

15269.9

16080.3

13680.7

14913.9

15884.1

14784.2

17475.4

185582.1

51

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

7.3 MONTH-WISE PLANT LOAD FACTOR (%) OF MAJOR THERMAL UNITS DURING 2006 - 07

MONTHS

Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

Aug-06

Sep-06

Oct-06

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

Feb-07

Mar-07

AVERAGE

VIJAYAWADA TS

95.75

82.59

95.97

91.60

63.71

76.63

89.04

89.96

101.05

99.27

99.94

101.22

90.49

KOTHAGUDAM TS

94.32

89.88

89.70

90.07

63.44

78.43

60.24

62.76

59.50

83.83

86.72

95.60

79.46

RAYALASEEMA TPS

75.43

91.81

90.32

90.09

60.16

73.42

88.76

100.14

101.90

98.64

101.62

102.30

89.50

91.69

98.86

89.05

82.49

52.72

81.47

87.83

96.84

93.77

100.55

94.90

92.72

88.51

ENNORE TS

17.56

28.55

38.24

35.33

36.80

33.52

39.74

45.41

45.73

44.02

30.79

38.14

36.22

NORTH CHENNAI TPS

99.45

93.74

82.63

90.74

88.50

65.72

74.52

82.43

86.72

100.82

92.85

100.04

88.20

METTUR TPS

97.42

98.04

96.07

84.18

87.45

91.23

86.58

84.38

92.00

96.37

99.89

98.11

92.59

TUTUCORIN TPS

94.10

93.33

97.27

79.35

79.31

83.81

84.72

80.47

80.72

87.49

97.13

97.91

87.88

RAMAGUNDAM STPS

98.04

98.56

82.46

75.70

73.50

77.31

82.30

98.66

97.19

91.24

91.95

100.22

88.90

SIMHADRI STPS

93.75

90.12

90.76

68.95

79.53

51.41

114.34

95.61

93.97

94.43

95.24

96.13

88.70

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA
RAICHUR TPS

TAMIL NADU

NTPC

NLC
NEYVELI - II

57.96

65.56

74.09

70.32

60.42

55.88

39.14

46.00

55.98

82.08

94.09

95.76

66.30

NEYVELI TPS I (Exp)

68.12

90.21

94.28

84.36

91.62

96.37

64.90

98.95

95.91

92.41

99.58

89.55

88.76

NEYVELI - I

81.88

71.48

82.48

70.95

70.47

84.96

67.61

57.62

64.09

87.26

87.97

85.24

75.89

MADRAS APS

78.44

81.23

51.64

55.50

71.02

71.45

70.35

70.73

58.93

68.38

70.88

66.90

67.93

KAIGA GS

65.09

70.60

70.55

51.41

49.21

70.60

70.55

59.43

70.70

70.94

70.69

66.90

65.50

NPC

52

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

7.4 AVERAGE DAILY DECLARED CAPABILITY, DESPATCH SCHEDULE Vs ACTUAL INJECTION BY ISGS TO THE GRID (Mus)
MONTHS
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
TOTAL

MONTHS
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
TOTAL

NTPC, RAMAGUNDAM U # 1 - 6
ACTUAL
DC
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
45.51
45.51
45.96
46.12
45.85
46.44
46.56
45.50
46.65
44.16
42.70
43.66
42.44
36.23
37.30
37.44
33.79
34.71
37.01
36.35
36.69
46.12
46.07
46.52
45.22
45.22
45.64
42.88
42.88
43.24
42.59
42.59
42.86
47.20
47.19
47.50
523.26
509.90
517.19

NTPC, RAMAGUNDAM U # 7
ACTUAL
DC
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
11.43
11.43
11.54
11.28
11.19
11.32
1.54
1.32
1.36
0.47
0.34
0.35
5.90
5.20
5.28
11.40
10.06
10.26
11.39
11.13
11.24
11.24
11.23
11.34
11.38
11.38
11.48
10.36
10.38
10.42
11.21
11.21
11.28
11.43
11.43
11.52
109.03
106.31
107.40

NEYVELI TPS II STAGE II


ACTUAL
DC
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
10.07
10.07
10.16
9.62
9.60
9.69
11.06
10.81
11.07
13.01
12.80
12.86
13.03
11.86
11.82
13.54
12.69
12.63
9.29
9.19
9.17
9.51
9.51
9.60
12.58
12.58
12.69
15.88
15.88
16.01
17.10
17.10
17.25
16.43
16.43
16.58
151.13
148.54
149.53

NEYVELI TPS I (Exp)


ACTUAL
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
6.17
6.23
8.27
8.31
8.64
8.69
7.61
7.76
8.35
8.44
8.86
8.89
5.88
5.95
9.13
9.17
8.83
8.87
8.52
8.55
9.19
9.23
8.24
8.28
97.68
98.38

DC
6.17
8.40
8.89
8.08
9.14
9.17
6.02
9.16
8.83
8.52
9.19
8.24
99.81

53

NTPC, TALCHER STAGE II


ACTUAL
DC
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
44.06
43.27
43.56
39.82
39.75
39.97
37.31
37.18
37.41
44.79
44.77
45.05
45.10
43.62
44.13
44.07
43.34
43.93
44.24
44.16
44.59
44.76
44.76
45.15
39.59
39.59
39.93
41.71
41.71
41.98
45.63
45.13
45.38
39.37
39.34
39.61
510.44
506.63
510.70

NEYVELI TPS II STAGE I


ACTUAL
DC
SCHEDULE
INJECTION
6.75
6.75
6.80
9.62
9.58
9.67
11.03
10.76
11.02
8.28
8.12
8.16
6.45
5.90
5.90
3.73
3.59
3.57
1.73
1.73
1.72
3.51
3.51
3.54
3.51
3.51
3.53
8.59
8.59
8.66
11.24
11.24
11.33
12.17
12.17
12.28
86.59
85.43
86.18

MADRAS APS

KAIGA GS

DC

SCHEDULE

7.18
7.50
4.52
4.81
6.37
6.38
6.36
6.34
5.17
6.11
6.37
5.97
73.08

7.18
7.50
4.52
4.81
6.37
6.38
6.36
6.34
5.17
6.11
6.37
5.97
73.08

ACTUAL
INJECTION
7.21
7.51
4.56
4.87
6.37
6.44
6.37
6.40
5.27
6.15
6.38
5.99
73.53

DC

SCHEDULE

5.95
6.48
6.48
4.60
4.41
6.48
6.48
5.36
6.43
6.48
6.48
6.56
72.18

5.95
6.48
6.48
4.60
4.41
6.48
6.48
5.36
6.43
6.48
6.48
6.56
72.18

ACTUAL
INJECTION
6.03
6.56
6.54
4.67
4.39
6.54
6.55
5.46
6.55
6.59
6.59
6.58
73.06

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

REGIONAL LOAD CURVE DATA

8.1 HOURLY GENERATION/LOAD FOR THE REGIONAL PEAK DEMAND DAY DURING 2006-07
(27th Mar 2007)
INTER REGIONAL

GENERATION
HOURS

TOTAL

EXCHNAGES

TOTAL DEMAND
MET

HYDRO

THERMAL

NUCLEAR

OTHERS

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

4068

11155

443

4422

20089

2222

22311

3831

11184

445

4223

19683

2293

21976

3785

11286

445

4179

19695

2295

21990

4284

11437

444

3966

20131

2294

22425

5040

11700

446

3954

21140

2294

23434

5942

11773

443

3791

21949

2335

24284

4905

11832

443

3963

21142

2273

23415

4336

11754

446

3952

20487

2577

23064

3734

11749

446

3742

19671

2947

22618

10

4362

11764

445

4146

20717

2891

23608

11

4441

11591

447

4198

20677

2325

23002

12

4821

11724

447

4208

21200

2293

23493

13

4562

11757

446

5154

21920

2456

24376

14

4499

11723

445

4153

20820

2690

23510

15

4735

11828

447

4032

21041

2483

23525

16

4756

11843

447

4072

21118

2387

23505

17

4263

11911

445

4223

20841

2282

23123

18

3425

11919

447

4783

20575

2433

23008

19

5358

11973

446

4529

22305

2340

24645

20

5866

11989

446

4140

22440

2163

24603

21

5616

11961

447

4404

22428

2165

24593

22

6016

11839

444

4509

22807

2232

25039

23

5645

11458

446

4693

22242

2232

24474

24

5039

11360

443

4456

21298

2167

23465

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8.2 HOURLY GENERATION/LOAD FOR THE REGIONAL LEAN DEMAND DAY DURING 2006-07
(29th May 2006)
INTER REGIONAL

GENERATION
HOURS

TOTAL

EXCHNAGES

TOTAL DEMAND
MET

HYDRO

THERMAL

NUCLEAR

OTHERS

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

MW

1029

10185

650

1075

12940

1138

14077

977

9854

650

1220

12701

1139

13840

996

9955

650

1054

12655

1135

13790

1039

10068

645

1209

12961

1138

14098

1147

10391

643

1615

13796

1139

14935

1178

11242

649

1343

14412

1366

15778

1486

11286

649

1712

15133

1386

16519

1544

11335

650

1736

15265

1388

16653

2099

11232

654

2273

16258

1245

17502

10

2365

11203

654

1888

16110

1245

17355

11

2174

11130

652

1996

15952

1258

17210

12

2274

11090

647

2501

16512

1156

17668

13

2114

11195

647

2009

15965

1353

17318

14

2249

11223

646

1856

15974

1253

17227

15

2339

11125

642

2333

16439

1253

17692

16

1991

11196

647

2147

15981

1278

17259

17

1645

11062

651

2127

15485

1325

16810

18

1576

11032

648

2490

15746

1393

17139

19

3628

11218

642

2089

17577

1392

18969

20

4285

11244

647

2585

18761

1406

20167

21

3584

11224

652

2279

17739

1404

19143

22

2160

11254

652

2555

16621

1283

17904

23

1266

11201

649

2171

15287

1169

16456

24

1245

10946

652

1415

14258

1136

15394

55

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FREQUENCY, VOLTAGE & RESERVOIR DATA

9.1 FREQUENCY PROFILE OF SOUTHERN REGION 2006 - 07


FREQUENCY (Hz)

% OF TIME WHEN FREQUECY WAS BETWEEN

MONTH

AVERAGE
FVI

AVERAGE
STD
DEVIATION

MAXIMUM

MINIMUM

AVERAGE

< 48.5 HZ

48.5 TO
49.0 HZ

49.0 TO
49.2 HZ

49.2 TO
49.5 HZ

49.5 TO
50.0 HZ

50.0 TO
50.2 HZ

50.2 TO
50.5 HZ

> 50.5 HZ

Apr-06

50.96

48.51

49.21

0.00

23.70

28.43

30.57

15.58

1.38

0.24

0.10

7.34

0.24

May-06

50.83

48.53

49.51

0.00

4.32

16.23

31.43

37.81

8.15

1.98

0.08

3.60

0.22

Jun-06

50.79

48.58

49.67

0.00

1.20

7.30

28.87

43.68

15.53

3.35

0.06

2.27

0.19

Jul-06

50.65

48.54

49.89

0.00

0.48

1.02

6.73

53.66

31.43

6.57

0.11

0.79

0.19

Aug-06

50.74

48.58

50.01

0.00

0.37

1.22

5.34

27.89

42.43

22.34

0.41

0.74

0.17

Sep-06

50.55

48.54

49.76

0.00

1.38

6.53

21.71

34.33

23.78

12.26

0.02

1.99

0.19

Oct-06

50.57

48.33

49.48

0.08

10.45

14.76

26.92

36.10

9.79

1.90

0.01

4.09

0.23

Nov-06

50.53

48.59

49.52

0.00

0.69

7.55

42.83

44.08

3.88

0.97

0.01

2.90

0.21

Dec-06

50.08

48.53

49.24

0.00

10.40

34.77

43.29

11.42

0.12

0.00

0.00

6.04

0.18

Jan-07

50.78

48.58

49.23

0.00

9.26

32.90

45.71

11.79

0.20

0.10

0.05

6.27

0.19

Feb-07

50.91

48.56

49.26

0.00

2.92

29.05

51.58

15.29

0.76

0.34

0.07

5.77

0.19

Mar-07

50.91

48.54

49.17

0.00

6.26

45.29

42.38

5.14

0.61

0.23

0.08

7.14

0.16

49.50

0.01

5.95

18.75

31.45

28.06

11.50

4.19

0.08

4.08

0.20

AVERAGE

Maximum frequency during the year =

50.96 Hz

on 09.04.2006

Minimum frequency during the year =

48.33 Hz

on 14.10.2006

Minimum FVI during the year =

0.15

on 23.07.2006

Maximum FVI during the year =

14.63

on 07.04.2006

Minimum St. Dev during the year =

0.11

on 06.08.2006

Maximum St. Dev during the year =

0.37

on 16.04.2006

56

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9.2 400kV VOLTAGE PROFILE OF IMPORTANT STATIONS : 2006-07


RAMAGUNDAM
MONTHS

MAX

MIN

HYDERABAD

AVG DAILY AVG DAILY


MAX
MIN
409
403

MAX

MIN

CUDDAPAH

AVG DAILY AVG DAILY


MAX
MIN
417
406

MAX

MIN

AVG DAILY AVG DAILY


MAX
MIN
417
400

Apr-06

414

398

425

395

427

389

May-06

417

404

414

409

430

406

425

414

425

387

416

398

Jun-06

418

406

415

409

431

415

429

418

426

397

420

402

Jul-06

421

400

418

408

435

402

425

411

422

391

418

398

Aug-06

422

402

417

408

429

401

423

408

423

390

416

399

Sep-06

420

408

415

408

429

401

422

408

422

395

417

400

Oct-06

417

402

412

407

425

401

419

406

424

395

418

401

Nov-06

415

404

413

407

427

408

423

412

425

398

421

404

Dec-06

415

405

413

407

423

407

420

411

419

397

417

403

Jan-07

415

403

411

406

423

407

418

411

419

400

417

404

Feb-07

413

398

409

402

419

398

416

405

419

382

416

398

Mar-07

412

395

406

400

419

392

409

399

422

389

416

397

413

406

420

409

417

400

AVERAGE
MAX/MIN

422

395

MAX

435

392

MAX

427

382

MAX

Apr-06

419

BANGALORE
AVG DAILY AVG DAILY
MIN
MIN
MAX
376
409
386

419

MADRAS
AVG DAILY AVG DAILY
MIN
MAX
MIN
384
413
393

414

TRISSUR
AVG DAILY AVG DAILY
MIN
MAX
MIN
380
407
392

May-06

422

381

413

389

425

376

411

390

429

381

412

394

Jun-06

426

388

417

392

422

392

417

397

424

384

415

396

Jul-06

420

383

412

390

419

386

415

394

428

388

415

395

Aug-06

415

380

410

388

421

390

416

398

420

387

413

394

Sep-06

415

380

410

386

423

393

416

398

422

388

413

394

MONTHS

Oct-06

418

379

410

388

425

393

418

401

418

385

411

394

Nov-06

419

383

414

389

426

401

423

405

421

392

413

397

Dec-06

414

382

410

386

420

397

418

403

414

384

407

391

Jan-07

416

378

411

388

421

400

418

405

411

380

408

389

Feb-07

413

362

409

381

420

383

415

397

409

376

405

386

Mar-07

412

373

409

383

415

380

411

391

404

373

400

383

411

387

416

398

410

392

AVERAGE
MAX/MIN

426

362

426

376

429

57

373

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9.3 MAJOR RESERVOIR PARTICULARS DURING 2006 - 07


End Of The
Month
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
Total Inflow in Mus

JALAPUT
LEVEL
Mts
831.01
829.19
827.65
830.28
836.83
837.59
837.38
837.19
836.08
834.42
832.81
830.95

ENERGY INFLOW
MU
MU
257
38
209
68
175
47
237
158
466
385
503
129
493
115
483
75
436
47
381
63
314
51
255
41
1217

Full Reservoir Level in Mts


Energy In Mus at FRL
MDDL IN Mts

End Of The
Month
Apr-06
May-06
Jun-06
Jul-06
Aug-06
Sep-06
Oct-06
Nov-06
Dec-06
Jan-07
Feb-07
Mar-07
Total Inflow in Mus

838.4
495
818.39

SRISAILAM

N'SAGAR

LEVEL
Mts
246.25
249.30
249.60
267.43
268.71
269.75
267.07
266.06
263.74
262.92
261.55
253.78

LEVEL
Mts
166.60
165.81
166.30
170.90
179.74
179.83
178.98
175.87
173.37
167.27
162.46
160.32

270.7

179.9

243.84

149.3

IDUKKI
LEVEL
Mts
708.79
704.77
706.48
714.60
718.97
721.67
724.28
727.19
725.67
722.43
719.04
714.40

Full Reservoir Level in Mts


Energy In Mus at FRL
MDDL IN Mts

LINGANAMAKKI
LEVEL
Mts
540.91
538.52
541.02
551.14
554.25
554.36
553.33
552.39
550.48
548.48
546.11
542.73

LEVEL
Mts
960.68
953.44
951.68
964.95
970.09
973.56
977.90
979.90
976.52
972.10
968.30
961.27

ENERGY
MU
361
257
236
436
551
643
770
840
728
603
507
371

732.43
2148
694.94

NILIGIRIS
INFLOW
MU
18
53
132
325
212
171
250
221
45
18
5
18
1468
981.45
856
908.3

58

INFLOW
MU
17
83
545
2364
2176
601
233
133
65
70
48
55
6389
554.5
4547
522.73

KAKKI

ENERGY INFLOW
MU
MU
587
47
394
187
471
246
902
556
1167
376
1352
293
1534
310
1758
295
1634
38
1405
40
1171
19
893
24
2431

ENERGY
MU
1386
1067
1401
3543
4497
4532
4197
3909
3360
2837
2308
1671

ENERGY
MU
673
632
778
1230
1276
1358
1345
1371
1267
1142
989
776

INFLOW
MU
38
221
350
723
305
294
195
208
62
34
22
21
2473
1504

SUPA
LEVEL
Mts
541.15
537.15
536.55
552.80
563.80
563.96
561.38
558.96
554.83
550.76
545.81
539.76

ENERGY INFLOW
MU
MU
1416
0
1197
14
1165
173
2200
1085
3140
962
3156
248
2919
149
2706
58
2361
13
2045
0
1700
0
1339
0
2703
564
3152
495

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

9.4 FREQUENCY SPECTRUM OF SOUTHERN REGION FOR PAST SIX YEARS


FREQUENCY (Hz)

% OF TIME WHEN FREQUECY WAS BETWEEN

MONTH

49.0 TO
49.5 HZ

49.5 TO
50.0 HZ

50.0 TO
50.5 HZ

> 50.5 HZ

AVERAGE
FVI

MAXIMUM

MINIMUM

AVERAGE

< 48.5 HZ

48.5 TO
49.0 HZ

2001 - 02

51.44

47.72

48.52

68.08

9.96

6.48

8.51

2.88

4.10

29.71

2002 - 03

51.37

47.69

48.95

39.31

10.17

14.48

23.93

10.10

2.01

18.86

2003 - 04

51.17

48.18

49.69

0.10

2.20

22.03

63.00

12.23

0.44

1.95

2004 - 05

50.90

48.62

49.85

0.00

0.13

8.49

63.81

27.40

0.17

0.83

2005 - 06

51.02

48.42

49.84

0.00

2.32

15.14

42.31

39.19

1.04

1.63

2006 - 07

50.96

48.33

49.50

0.01

5.95

50.20

28.06

15.70

0.08

4.08

59

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ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

9.5 VOLTAGE PROFILE OF SOUTHERN REGION FOR PAST SEVEN YEARS

YEAR

RAMAGUNDAM

HYDERABAD

CUDDAPHA

BANGALORE

MADRAS

TRISSUR

NEYVELI II

AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY AVG DAILY
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN

2000 - 01

397

385

396

377

396

361

379

333

386

354

400

363

392

374

2001 - 02

405

394

409

388

404

366

396

345

399

369

406

369

400

382

2002 - 03

407

399

412

397

403

377

403

367

398

376

407

385

403

391

2003 - 04

409

402

411

397

415

398

405

385

417

403

412

400

414

406

2004 - 05

411

403

416

402

415

398

410

391

423

406

414

398

418

409

2005 - 06

414

405

424

411

421

401

411

388

423

402

414

394

419

409

2006 - 07

413

406

420

409

417

400

411

387

416

398

410

392

417

407

60

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10

MISCELLANEOUS

10.1 DEFENCE MECHANISMS IN SOUTHERN REGION


I) PROVISION FOR UNDER FREQUENCY LOAD SHEDDING THROUGH FLAT UF RELAY
LOAD RELIEF IN MW AT

CONSTITUENT
48.5Hz Inst.

48.2Hz Inst

48.0Hz Inst

516

409

975

453 - 857

369 - 841

332 - 732

Off peak -Peak

Off peak -Peak

Off peak -Peak

100 - 180

83 - 125

317 - 494

Off peak -Peak

Off peak -Peak

Off peak -Peak

TAMIL NADU

504

484

757

TOTAL

1573 -2057

1345 - 1859

2381 - 2958

ANDHRA PRADESH

KARNATAKA

KERALA

II) PROVISION FOR UNDER FREQUENCY LOAD SHEDDING THROUGH DF/DT UF RELAY

FOR ALARM :

49.5Hz WITH RATE OF FALL OF 0.3HZ/Sec.

FOR TRIP :

49.0Hz WITH RATE OF FALL OF 0.3HZ/Sec.Instantaneous

CONSTITUENT

LOAD RELIEF (MW )

ANDHRA PRADESH

1472

KARNATAKA
KERALA
TAMIL NADU

485 - 1036
Off peak -Peak
98 - 168
Off peak -Peak
509

61

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

10.2 SHUNT CAPACITORS INSTALLED DURING 2006 - 07


CAPACITOR
REQUIREMENT SHORTFALL DURING
INSTALLED AS
FOR 2006 - 07
2006 - 07
ON 31.03.2007

CONSTITUENTS

INSTALLED AS
ON 31.03.2006

INSTALLED
DURING 2006 - 07

APTRANSCO

6423.4

160

6583.4

150

-10

KPTCL

4137.5

174.85

4312.35

-174.85

KSEB

1005

1005

TNEB

3892.3

52.8

3945.1

-52.8

SOUTHERN REGION

15458.2

387.65

15845.85

150

-237.65

Note : Requirement for the year 2006-07 at rated voltage by System Study Sub-Committee.

62

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GRAPH G1

SOURCE-WISE EFFECTIVE GENERATING CAPACITY OF SOUTHERN REGION


AS ON 31-MAR-07
WIND
12.2%
HYDRO
30.1%
NUCLEAR
2.4%
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
12.3%

SOURCE
HYDRO
THERMAL
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
NUCLEAR
WIND/OTHERS
TOTAL

THERMAL
43.0%
63

IN MW
11259
16090
4599
880
4544
37372

IN %
30.1
43.0
12.3
2.4
12.2
100

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G2

AGENCY-WISE EFFECTIVE GENERATING CAPACITY OF SOUTHERN REGION


AS ON 31-MAR-07
AGENCY
ANDHRA PRADESH
KARNATAKA
KERALA
TAMILNADU
PONDICHERRY
CENTRAL SECTOR
IPP
TOTAL

IN MW
7033
4992
2072
5580
33
9330
8334
37372

IN %
19
13
6
15
0.1
25
22
100

ANDHRA PRADESH
19%

IPP
22%

KARNATAKA
13%

CENTRAL SECTOR
25%
PONDY
0.1%
64

TAMIL NADU

KERALA

15%

6%

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G3

SOURCE-WISE CONTRIBUTION TO ENERGY GENERATED DURING 2006-07

WIND
6%
HYDRO
21%

NUCLEAR
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL

3%

8%

SOURCE
HYDRO
THERMAL
GAS/NAPTHA/DIESEL
NUCLEAR
WIND/OTHERS
TOTAL

THERMAL
62%

65

IN Mus
38504
114763
16544
5143
10628
185582

IN %
21
62
8
3
6
100

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G4

SOURCE-WISE CONTRIBUTION(MW) TO REGIONAL PEAK MET DURING 2006-07


(27

TH

MARCH 2007)

IMPORTS
9%
HYDRO
24%

OTHERS
18%

NUCLEAR
2%

THERMAL
47%
66

SOURCE
HYDRO
THERMAL
NUCLEAR
OTHERS
IMPORTS
TOTAL

IN MW
6016
11839
444
4509
2231
25039

IN %
24
47
2
18
9
100

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

SRLDC

GRAPH G5

FREQUENCY SPECTRUM FOR 2006 - 07


100.00

60.00

93.66

90.69

50.00
40.00

0.08

6.26
0.07

2.92

0.00

0.05

9.26

10.40
0.01

0.69

10.53
0.02

1.38

0.41

0.37

0.11

0.48

0.06

1.20

0.08

4.32

10.00

0.10

20.00

0.01

30.00

23.70

IN % --->

89.60

76.20

70.00

97.01

99.30
89.46

98.61

99.40

98.73

95.60

80.00

99.22

90.00

0.00
Apr-06

May-06

Jun-06

Jul-06

< 49 HZ

Aug-06

Sep-06
Oct-06
MONTHS --->

49 - 50.5 HZ
67

Nov-06

Dec-06

Jan-07

> 50.5 HZ

Feb-07

Mar-07

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH-G6/1

25500

100

24500

95

23500

90

22500

85

21500

80

20500

75

19500

70

18500

65

17500

60

16500

55

15500

50

14500

45

13500
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

% OF TIME --->
68

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

40
100

IN % --->

DEMAND MET IN MW --->

LOAD DURATION CURVE OF SOUTHERN REGION 2006 - 2007

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH-G6/2

LOAD DURATION CURVE 2006 - 2007

% OF TIME --->

% OF TIME --->

69

95

90

85

IN % --->

100
100

95

90

85

80

75

70

65

60

55

50

45

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
5

IN % --->

8800
8400
8000
7600
7200
6800
6400
6000
5600
5200
4800
4400
4000
3600
0

95

100

90

85

30
80

37

700
75

900
70

44

65

51

1100

60

1300

55

58

50

65

1500

45

72

1700

40

1900

35

79

30

86

2100

25

2300

20

93

15

2500

100

IN % --->

TAMIL NADU

80

KERALA

DEMAND MET IN MW --->

% OF TIME --->

2700

10

IN % --->

100

% OF TIME --->

75

34
70

1600
65

40

60

40

3900

55

2000
50

45

45

46

4300

40

52

2400

35

2800

50

30

55

4700

25

5100

20

58

15

60

5500

10

64

3200

DEMAND MET IN MW --->

65

95

5900

90

70

3600

85

70

80

6300

75

76

4000

70

4400

65

75

60

6700

55

80

50

82

7100

45

4800

40

85

35

88

7500

30

5200

25

90

20

94

7900

15

100

5600

6000

95

10

100

8300

DEMAND MET IN MW --->

KARNATAKA

8700

DEMAND MET IN MW --->

ANDHRA PRADESH

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G7

FREQUENCY DURATION CURVE 2006-07


51.00

FREQUENCY IN HZ --->

50.50

50.00

49.50

49.00

48.50

48.00
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

% OF TIME --->

70

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

SRLDC

GRAPH G8/1

LOAD CURVE FOR MAXIMUM DEMAND DAY 2006-07


(27-MAR-2007)
26000

25000

DEMAND IN MW--->

24000

23000

22000

21000

20000
1

10

11

12

13

HOUR ---->
71

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G8/2

LOAD CURVE FOR MINIMUM DEMAND DAY 2006-07


(29-MAY-2006)
21000
20000
19000

DEMAND IN MW--->

18000
17000
16000
15000
14000
13000
12000
11000
10000
1

10

11

12

13

HOUR ---->
72

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G9/1

RESERVOIR GRAPHS OF ANDHRA PRADESH DURING 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06 & 2006-07
LEVELS RECORDED AT JALAPUT RESERVOIR

ENERGY STORED AT JALAPUT RESERVOIR


600

ENERGY IN MUs --->

835
830
825
820
815
APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

500
400
300
200
100
0
APR

MONTHS --->
2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

LEVEL IN METERS --->

260
250
240
230
JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

FEB

MAR

2006-07

185
180
175
170
165
160
155
150
145
140
APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

MONTHS --->

MONTHS --->
2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

JUL

LEVELS RECORDED AT N'SAGAR RESERVOIR

270

MAY

JUN

2002-03

280

220
APR

MAY

MONTHS --->

LEVELS RECORDED AT SRISAILAM RESERVOIR


LEVEL IN METERS --->

LEVEL IN METERS --->

840

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

73

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

FEB

MAR

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G9/2

560
555
550
545
540
535
530
525
520
515
510
APR

LEVELS RECORDED AT LINGANAMAKKI RESERVOIR

ENERGY STORED AT LINGANAMAKKI RESERVOIR


5000
4500
ENERGY IN MUs --->

LEVEL IN METERS --->

RESERVOIR GRAPHS OF KARNATAKA DURING 2002-03, 2003-04 , 2004-05, 2005-06 & 2006-07

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

2500
2000
1500
1000
0
APR

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

MONTHS --->
2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

ENERGY STORED AT SUPA RESERVOIR


3500

560

3000

550
540

ENERGY IN MUs --->

LEVEL IN METERS --->

3000

LEVELS RECORDED AT SUPA RESERVOIR

570

530
520
510
500
490
480
APR

3500

500

MONTHS --->
2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

4000

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

2000
1500
1000
500

MAR

MONTHS --->
2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

2500

0
APR

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

MONTHS --->
2002-03

74

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G9/3

RESERVOIR GRAPHS OF KERALA DURING 2002-03, 2003-04 , 2004-05, 2005-06 & 2006-07
ENERGY STORED AT IDDUKKI RESERVOIR
2100
1900
ENERGY IN MUs --->

LEVEL IN METERS --->

LEVELS RECORDED AT IDDUKKI RESERVOIR


780
770
760
750
740
730
720
710
700
690
680
APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

1100
900
700
500

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

MONTHS --->
2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

ENERGY STORED AT KAKKI RESERVOIR

LEVELS RECORDED AT KAKKI RESERVOIR


900
800

980
960
940
920
900
880
APR

1300

100
APR

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

ENERGY IN MUs --->

LEVEL IN METERS --->

1000

1500

300

MONTHS --->
2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

1700

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

600
500
400
300
200
100

MONTHS --->
2002-03
2004-05
2006-07
Minimum Draw Down Level

700

0
APR

2003-04
2005-06
Full Reservoir Level

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MONTHS --->
2002-03

75

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

MAR

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07

GRAPH G9/4

RESERVOIR GRAPHS OF TAMIL NADU DURING 2002-03, 2003-04 , 2004-05, 2005-06 & 2006-07

ENERGY STORED AT NILGIRIS RESERVOIR


1600

1400

ENERGY IN MUs --->

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

0
APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MONTHS --->
2002-03

2003-04

2004-05
76

2005-06

2006-07

MAR

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07


EXHIBIT E 1

TALCHER

BHADRAVATI
JEYPORE

RSTPP

KALPAKKA

KHAMMAM

GAZUWAKA

KONASEEMA
VEMAGIRI

MMDP

HYDERABAD

SIMHADRI

GMR

MAHABOOB
NAGAR

GVK

NSAGAR

GAUTHAMI
VIJAYAWADA

RAICHUR
NARENDRA

KURNOOL

MUNIRABAD

SSLMM
GOOTY

KAIGA

GUTTUR
P

KADAPA

NELLORE

HIRIYUR
TALGUPPA
NELAMANGALA

HOODY

CHITTOOR
KOLAR

BANGALORE

ALMATHY

1000 MW HVDC BACK TO BACK LINK

MADRAS
MAPS

2000 MW HVDC BIPOLE

HOSUR
500 KV HVDC LINE

MYSORE
NEYVELI
SALEM

NEYVELI TPS 1 (EXP)

400 KV LINE POWERGRID


400 KV LINE APTRANSCO
400 KV LINE KPTCL

UDUMALPET
TRICHUR

TRICHY

THERMAL GENERATING STATION

400KV SUB-STATION

MADURAI
NUCLEAR STATION

TRIVANDRUM

77

SRLDC

ANNUAL GRID REPORT 2006-07


EXHIBIT E 2

400KV NETWORK IN SR WITH LINES AND BUS REACTORS


(178)

CHPUR

(178)

50

(267)

(18

(21)

(300)

(151)

)
21
(2

(308)

(174)

(254)

6)
(25
)

MADRAS

HOSUR

(1 8

2)

(1 2

6)

(6
9

50

(76)

(9
7

(110)

(194)
ALMATHY

(76)

(145)

(267)

7)

5)
(1
9

(2
0

(172)

50

(1 5 1
)

)
(1 3 8

)
(175

)
(179

- LINE REACTOR

50

NEYVELI
(14)

0)
(1 3

(1 3

NEYVELI
TS-I (Exp)

- BUS REACTOR

50

(1
3

0)

THRISSUR

50
(216)

- SWITCHABLE LINE REACTOR

- FIXED SERIES COMPENSATOR

7)
(12

50

- LINE REACTOR CONVERTABLE INTO


BUS REACTOR

2)
(17

50

4)
(16

0)

UDUMALPET

(13
0)

(108)

(340)
NELLORE

(194)

)
(181
50

KURNOOL

)
(9 5

8)

50

63(AP)

(340)

(108)

(317)

(315)

(315)

(140)

(2)

50
63

50

(69)

(34

(220)

(220)

(158) (26)

(39)

50

50

63

TALAGUPPA

63

63

50

1)

BANGALORE

63

63

7)

KOLAR

(69)

)
(133

(42)

MYSORE
SALEM

63

CHITTOOR

(21

50

(54)

(104)

(1 4

HOODY

GMR

7)

50

1)
(5
1)
(5

(42)

50

50

7)

7)

50 50

63

CUDDAPAH
(85)

50

(201)

)
(133

50

(1 4

(1 4

GOOTY

GAZUWAKA

SRISAILAM

50

50

80

50

9)

7)

50

GAUTAMI

TO JEYPORE

KONASEEMA

(227)

NELMANGALA
50

(2 7

50

50

63

GVK

NUNNA

(14

N'SAGAR

63

HIRIYUR

50

50

50

(163)GUTTUR

50

(1
2)
80

2)

VEMAGIRI

KHAMMAM

7)

(1 4

MUNIRABAD

50

50

)
45

5)

MMD'PALLI

4)
(18 63
MBNAGAR
)
(74
50
50 RAICHUR

63

(163)

(1

(2 7

NARENDRA

63

(197)

(11

(4 5
)

63

50

(1

63

(7)

HYDERABAD

63

(197)

50

50

(201)

KALPAKA

50

(364)

)
01

50

9)

(2

50

8
(1

1)

50

KAIGA

~ SIMHADRI

~ RAMAGUNDAM

(4)

50

MADURAI

TRIVANDRUM (216)

78

TRICHY