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|Category||Services / Manpower Supply|
|Work||DVVNL-ADMIN/66/2019-20 Providing Skilled and Un-skilled Manpower for Operation/Maintenance of 33/11 KV substations LT/HT distribution lines in EUDC, Jhansi.|
|Tender No||Refer Tender Document|
|Tender Type||Open Tender|
|Tender Document||Refer Tender Document|
|Tender Amount||Refer Tender Document (Approx)|
|Tender EMD||Refer Tender Document (Approx)|
|Published Date||30 Jan, 2020|
|Submission Date||10 Feb, 2020|
|Opening Date||11 Feb, 2020|
|Location||Refer Tender Document Dvvnl|
|State||UTTAR PRADESH Dvvnl|
New 2020 Dvvnl Tender
DVVNL has completed the different type of works i.e. construction of new 33/11 substations, augmentation of 33/11 KV Substation, new LT substations etc. successfully.
The total expenditure against these works comes out to be Rs. 260.73 Cr. Dvvnl
Strengthening work of electrical system in town area to expedite and to activate the trading activities against Viyapar Vikas Nidhi Scheme successfully completed and incurred an amount of Rs. 44.41 Cr. Dvvnl
A Proposal for Business Plan for the year 2013-14 for the amount Rs. 375.65 Cr. and for Viyapar Vikas Nidhi for the amount Rs. 176.12 Cr. have been submitted against which 250.00 Cr. have been sanctioned Dvvnl
Different new and strengthening work of the electrical system is being carried out and some of them have successfully completed having a total expenditure of about Rs. 130.00 Cr. Dvvnl
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|Schemes||Target Villages||Achieved Villages|
|Dr. Ambedkar GramSabha Vikas Yojna||5653||5653|
|Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ)||691||691|
|Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Samagra Gram Vikas Yojna Dvvnl||551||440|
- Functioning started in June 2003
- Consists of 21 Districts divided into 5 Zones- Agra, Aligarh, Jhansi, Kanpur, Dvvnl Banda for better management.
- Total system capacity was 2369 MVA in 2003-04 which is increased to 6689 MVA in 2012-13.
- In 2003-04 Input Energy was 8447 MUs which increased to 17571 MUs by 2012-13, thereby increase of 108%.
- Revenue realized in 2003-04 was Rs.1040 Crores which has gone up to Rs. 3399 Crores in 2012-13, a substantial increase of 227%.
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Salient Features of Energy Policy 2009 of Uttar Pradesh
Efficient and quality power supply is key to inclusive socio-economic development. Dvvnl With a burgeoning population and demand, it is imperative that well-defined plans and policies are laid down for proper and time-bound improvement in the power Dvvnl scenario of the State. The Government of Uttar Pradesh has declared new
Energy Policy 2009, which envisages that the per capita consumption of power would increase from the meagre 370 units at present to 1,000 units by 2017. Dvvnl It gives renewed thrust to power generation, transmission and distribution along with simplified procedures and incentives for active private participation.
Salient features of the Policy are Dvvnl :
• Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) route permitted: To encourage private participation, generation
projects of 250 MW and above shall be allowed to be set up through MOU route by Independent Power Dvvnl.
Producer (IPP) besides already available routes of Case-1* and Case-2** methods.
Amendment (Dec 24, 2009): State’s share in power has been scaled down from existing 90 per cent to just 50 per cent in power generated by the private player if the Dvvnl state Government made a recommendation for fuel to UnionGovernment.
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- • Industry status: all new projects will be treated as “Industry” in terms of industrial policy of the State and all the incentives available to new projects will be applicable as per the Industrial Policy of the State.
- • State shall facilitate land assembly, water linkage and necessary clearances for the project as per the policy of State Govt. The land cost shall be borne by the developer.
- • Sale of power to the Dvvnl third party: Fifty per cent of additional power will be allowed for third party sale in the case of the optimised capacity of existing plants or the plants under commissioning.
- • Private participation in the renovation, modernisation and Management of existing power plants through Lease, Rehabilitate, Operate and Transfer
- • Sale of existing plants to the private sector or to any joint sector ventures for new capacity installation at the old site
- • Encouragement to setting up of Co-generation plants based on bagasse/biomass or Dvvnl any other non-conventional fuel. These plants will be able to use conventional fuel during the offseason. Of which 50 %
- would be allowed to be sold under an open access system. While plants based on bagasse or bio-mass will be allowed to sell 10% of their total generation.
- • Encouragement to private participation in Transmission to attract the necessary investments for strengthening and expansion of the Transmission system.
- • Transmission licensees in the private sector would be encouraged and grant the right of way on conditions
- similar to being granted for state-owned Transmission Company
- • Private sector Dvvnl participation in both rural and urban area distribution business through a transparent
- competitive process.
- • Transition period support the Dvvnl distribution entities to ensure a successful turnaround of the State power sector.
- • Grant of open access on the existing State-owned transmission network OF Dvvnl.
- • Encouragement to renewable energy projects based on biomass, solar energy, municipal Dvvnl sewage, solid waste and industrial waste as well as mini, micro and small hydropower projects.