Varanasi Power Distribution Franchise Model, 2015

 Published On: Jun, 2015 |    No of Pages: 128 |  Published By: TechSci Research | Format: PDF
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Power Distribution Franchise (DF) is a public-private partnership in the power distribution sector and it works as an intermediary between distribution utility and the end consumers. The concept of franchise model in electricity distribution was introduced to reduce the financial losses incurred by state discom due to huge Aggregate Technical & Commercial (AT&C) losses. Distribution Franchise model has been implemented in various Indian cities for supplying electricity to the consumers, and was able to bring down the AT&C losses by more than 20% during its period of operation. Over the years, government of India has continuously been voicing intentions of implementing distribution franchise model in 200 cities based on the success of distribution franchisees in the cities of Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha. In Varanasi, AT&C losses were over 30% in 2014, resulting in inadequate power supply, thereby calling for the implementation of distribution franchise model in the district.

According to TechSci Research report “Varanasi Power Distribution Franchise Model, 2015”, Varanasi district faced huge distribution losses of over 20% in 2014, which led to financial distress of the Poorvanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Limited (Varanasi discom). The report underlines that AT&C losses in Varanasi district occur due to electricity theft, low metering efficiency, improper meter reading, faulty meters, inefficient billing and low collection efficiency. The report also reveals that Input and Investment based Franchise Model is the most prominent franchise model for distribution of electricity in India. Under this model, the franchisee is responsible for supply of power, metering, billing and collection of revenues as well as for up gradation and expansion of distribution infrastructure. Currently, prominent companies that are operating as power distribution franchisees in the country are Torrent Power, SPML Infra, Essel Utilities, Feedback Energy Distribution Company and CESC Limited. “Varanasi Power Distribution Franchise Model, 2015” discusses the following aspects related to Power Distribution Franchise Market in Varanasi District:

• Varanasi District Power Sector Outlook
• Analysis of parameters like AT&C Losses, Consumer Load data, Energy Sales data, etc.
• Policy & Regulatory Landscape
• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
• Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations

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• To gain an in-depth understanding of Power Distribution Franchise Model and Power Sector of Varanasi district
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Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with discoms and industry experts. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports and other proprietary databases.
1. Research Methodology
2. Analyst Views
3. Product Overview
4. India Power Sector Outlook
4.1. Installed Capacity
4.1.1. By Source ( Thermal, Hydro, Renewable, Nuclear)
4.1.2. By Sector (Private, State, Central)
4.1.3. By Fuel (Coal, Hydro, Gas, Wind, Others)
4.2. Regional Snapshot
4.2.1. Power Supply Position
4.2.2. Peak Demand
4.2.3. AT&C Losses
4.3. Institutional Framework
5. Uttar Pradesh Power Sector Outlook
5.1. Installed Capacity
5.1.1. By Source ( Thermal, Hydro, Renewable, Nuclear)
5.1.2. By Sector (Private, State, Central)
5.2. Distribution Companies Energy Outlook
5.2.1. By Input Energy
5.2.2. By Energy Sold
5.2.3. Distribution Losses
5.2.4. AT&C Losses
5.3. Electricity Share
5.3.1. By End User Segment
5.4. Revenue Assessment Share
5.4.1. By End User Segment
6. PurvanchalVidyutVitaran Nigam Limited Outlook
6.1. Market Size
6.1.1. By Consumer
6.1.2. By Connected Load
6.1.3. By Distribution Losses
6.1.4. By AT&C Losses
6.1.5. By Power Purchase
6.1.6. By Power Sold
7. Distribution Franchisee Models
7.1. By Type
7.2. Bidding Overview
7.2.1. Power Distribution Franchisee Selection Process
7.2.2. Formats for Bid Submission
7.2.3. Financial Capability
7.2.4. Pre-Qualification Criteria
8. Varanasi District Power Sector Overview
9. Varanasi District Power Sector Outlook
9.1. Power Consumption
9.1.1. By Consumer
9.2. By Division (Electricity Portfolio)
9.3. Market Size & Forecast
9.3.1. Number of Consumer
9.3.2. Connected Load
9.3.3. Energy Input & Sold
9.3.4. Distribution Losses
9.3.5. Collection Efficiency
9.3.6. AT&C Losses
10. Market Dynamics
10.1. Drivers
10.2. Challenges
11. Market Trends and Developments
11.1. Privatization of Distribution Sector.
11.2. Improve Financial Status of Discom
11.3. Entry of New Players.
11.4. Input Based Franchisee with Incremental Revenue Share Model.
11.5. Government Support
12. Policy & Regulatory Landscape
13. India Economic Profile
14. Competitive Landscape
14.1. Company Profiles
14.1.1. Torrent Power Limited
14.1.2. Essel Utilities Distribution Company Limited
14.1.3. SPML Infra Limited
14.1.4. Feedback Energy Distribution Company Limited
14.1.5. CESC Limited
14.1.6. Tata Power Corporation Limited
14.1.7. Crompton Greaves Limited
14.1.8. Spanco Limited
14.1.9. Shyam Indus Power Solutions Private Limited
14.1.10. Enzen Global Solutions Private Limited
15. Strategic Recommendations
List of Figures

Figure 1: India Total Installed Power Capacity (MW), By Source of Energy, As of March 2015
Figure 2: India Total Installed Power Capacity (MW), By Sector, As of March 2015
Figure 3: India Total Installed Power Capacity (MW), By Type of Fuel, As of March 2015
Figure 4: Uttar Pradesh Total Installed Power Capacity (MW), By Source of Energy, As of March 2015
Figure 5: Uttar Pradesh Total Installed Power Capacity (MW), By Sector, As of March 2015
Figure 6: Uttar Pradesh Electricity Sales and Revenue Assessment, By Category, 2012-13
Figure 7: PuVVNL Total Metered and Unmetered Consumers, 2010-2014 (Lakhs)
Figure 8: PuVVNL Connected Load (MW), 2010-2014
Figure 9: PuVVNL Power Purchased and Power Sold (Million KWh), 2010-2014
Figure 10: PuVVNL ACS, Avg. Revenue, Gap (without subsidy and with subsidy), 2011-2013 (INR/kwh)
Figure 11: PuVVNL Distribution Losses, 2011-2013
Figure 12: PuVVNL AT&C Losses, 2011-2013
Figure 13: Distribution Franchisee Selection Process
Figure 14: Number of Consumers in Varanasi District, 2010-2020F (Thousand)
Figure 15: Connected Load in Varanasi District, 2010-2020F (MW)
Figure 16: Varanasi District Energy Input and Energy Sold, 2010-2020F (MU)
Figure 17: Varanasi District Distribution Losses (%), 2010-2020F
Figure 18: Varanasi District Collection Efficiency (%), 2010-2020F
Figure 19: Varanasi District Aggregate Commercial and Technical Losses (%), 2010-2020F
Figure 20: Torrent Power Ltd., Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 21: Essel Utilities Distribution Company Ltd., Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 22: SPML Infra Limited, Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 23: CESC Limited, Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 24: Tata Power Corporation Ltd., Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 25: Crompton Greaves Limited (Power Business Unit India), Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 26: Spanco Ltd., Financial Analysis, 2010-2014
Figure 27: Enzen Global Solutions Private Limited., Financial Analysis, 2010-2014

List of Tables

Table 1: India Power Supply Position (MU), By Region, 2014-2015
Table 2: India Peak Demand (MW) vs Peak Met (MW), By Region, 2014-2015
Table 3: India AT&C Losses (%), By Region, 2009-2013
Table 4: Growth of Transmission and Distribution Sector in Uttar Pradesh, 2010-2013
Table 5: Uttar Pradesh T&D and AT&C Losses (%) of Power Distribution Utilities, 2012-2013
Table 6: Types of Distribution Franchise Model in India
Table 7: Distribution Franchisees Operating In India, 2014
Table 8: Pre-Qualification Criteria for Distribution Franchise
Table 9: Organization Structure of Varanasi District
Table 10: Varanasi District EHV/HV Substations, As of March 2015
Table 11: Varanasi District Transformation Capacity, As of March 2013
Table 12: Status of Rural Electrification in Varanasi District, As of March 2013
Table 13: Varanasi District Power Consumption, By Consumer Type (kwh)
Table 14: Varanasi District Electricity Portfolio, By Division, As of Jan 2014
Table 15: Difference between Public Private Partnership and Distribution Franchise in Power Sector
Table 16: Feedback Energy Distribution Company Limited, Financial Analysis, for the period 29/10/2012 to 31/03/2014

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