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Published On: Tue, Dec 5th, 2017

Conference of States Power Ministers on 7th Dec

Centre is holding a conference of States Power Ministers on 7th Dec in New Delhi to take an update on the ongoing projects in the States and Union Territories (UT). The conference of Ministers for Power and New & Renewable Energy of States & Union Territories will be held in the national capital. State and UT secretaries will also be in attendance along with senior officials of the two sectors and Public Sector Undertakings. It will be inaugurated by Raj Kumar Singh - Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy. The aim of this conference will be to review the implementation of various ongoing Schemes/ Programmes and deliberate on a host of issues pertaining to Power and Renewable Energy sectors. Review of latest progress on important schemes as well as discussion on issues stated below will be held at the conference:   POWER Distribution •	Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY): Completion of feeder separation, system strengthening projects •	Expediting IPDS works in Urban areas and reduction of AT&C losses to less than 10% •	Saubhagya (Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana): Achieving 100% household electrification by December, 2018 •	Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana (UDAY)   Strategy for 24X7 Power for All:  (A) Viability of Discoms- Income and Expenditure for last 4 years Remedies: (i) Feeder and Transformer Meters (ii) Prepaid/Smart Meters (iii) Digital Payments (iv) Anti-Theft Campaigns (v) Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT) (vi) Cross subsidy charges within limits of tariff Policy (vii) Time of the day Tariff   (B) Supply: (i) Generation (ii) PPAs signing and honouring   (C) Transmission: (i) Strengthening (ii) RoW issues   (D) Distribution: (i) Separation of carriage and content (ii) Strengthening    (E) Consumer focus: (i) Obligation to ensure 24X7 supply   Hydro  •         Viability of Hydro Projects - Funding issues •         Shifting from base load operation mode to peak operation mode   Energy Conservation •         Review of progress of Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) •         Demand Side management through energy efficient appliances •         Promotion of E-mobility   NEW & RENEWABLE ENERGY Renewable Energy Sources •	Renewable Purchase Obligations (RPO) •	Review of Implementation of Solar programme •	Review of implementation of Wind Power programme •	Implementation of Solar Roof Top programmes •	Implementation of Solar Pump Programmes •	KUSUM Programme •	RE-INVEST 2018 •	Review of Small Hydro Programme •	Review of Biomass Programme •	LWE Districts   The concluding session of the conference would comprise of comments and feedback by States/UTs and adoption of Conference Resolution by the delegates.Centre is holding a conference of States Power Ministers on 7th Dec in New Delhi to take an update on the ongoing projects in the States and Union Territories (UT). The conference of Ministers for Power and New & Renewable Energy of States & Union Territories will be held in the national capital. State and UT secretaries will also be in attendance along with senior officials of the two sectors and Public Sector Undertakings. It will be inaugurated by Raj Kumar Singh – Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy. The aim of this conference will be to review the implementation of various ongoing Schemes/ Programmes and deliberate on a host of issues pertaining to Power and Renewable Energy sectors.

Review of latest progress on important schemes as well as discussion on issues stated below will be held at the conference:

POWER

Distribution

  • Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY):Completion of feeder separation, system strengthening projects
  • Expediting IPDS works in Urban areas and reduction of AT&C losses to less than 10%
  • Saubhagya (Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana):Achieving 100% household electrification by December, 2018
  • Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana (UDAY)

Strategy for 24X7 Power for All:

(A) Viability of Discoms- Income and Expenditure for last 4 years

Remedies:

(i) Feeder and Transformer Meters

(ii) Prepaid/Smart Meters

(iii) Digital Payments

(iv) Anti-Theft Campaigns

(v) Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT)

(vi) Cross subsidy charges within limits of tariff Policy

(vii) Time of the day Tariff

(B) Supply:

(i) Generation

(ii) PPAs signing and honouring

(C) Transmission:

(i) Strengthening

(ii) RoW issues

(D) Distribution:

(i) Separation of carriage and content

(ii) Strengthening

(E) Consumer focus:

(i) Obligation to ensure 24X7 supply

Hydro

  • Viability of Hydro Projects -Funding issues
  • Shifting from base load operation mode to peak operation mode

Energy Conservation

  • Review of progress of Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC)
  • Demand Side management through energy efficient appliances
  • Promotion of E-mobility

NEW & RENEWABLE ENERGY

Renewable Energy Sources

  • Renewable Purchase Obligations (RPO)
  • Review of Implementation of Solar programme
  • Review of implementation of Wind Power programme
  • Implementation of Solar Roof Top programmes
  • Implementation of Solar Pump Programmes
  • KUSUM Programme
  • RE-INVEST 2018
  • Review of Small Hydro Programme
  • Review of Biomass Programme
  • LWE Districts

The concluding session of the conference would comprise of comments and feedback by States/UTs and adoption of Conference Resolution by the delegates.

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