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Sardar Sarovar Power Complex

At present the Sardar Sarovar Dam is completed up to 110.64 m (MDDL). NCA in its 76th meeting held on 8/3/2006 granted permission for raising of dam height up to 121.92 m. The construction activities for raising the dam height is in process which is likely to be completed by end of June, 2006 -

1) Canal Head Power House (CHPH):
The CHPH consists of five (5) units of 50 MW each of conventional type Kaplan turbine.
All the five units of CHPH have been commissioned successfully during August 2004 to December, 2004 and are in operational condition.

 

S.No. Unit Size MW Commissioning Date
1 I 50 04.10.2004
2 II 50 16.08.2004
3 III 50 31.08.2004
4 IV 50 03.09.2004
5 V 50 15.12.2004
The power out put of CHPH units vary between 15 MW to 18 MW due to availability of minimum head at 110.64 m (MDDL) up to which Sardar Sarovar Dam is presently completed. The power generated at CHPH is transmitted by means of 220 kV link line and integrated with 400 kV GIS at RBPH by means of 220/400 kV ICT for evacuation to party States through 400 kV system.

2) River Bed Power House (RBPH):
The underground River Bed Power House of Sardar Sarovar consists of 6 units of 200 MW each of reversible type Francis turbine. Two units out of Six units have been commissioned successfully during February, 2005 to April, 2005 and are in operational condition.

Commissioning schedule of R.B.P.H. (6x200 MW)

S. No.

Unit

Size MW

Commissioning Date

1.

I

200

01.02.2005

2.

II

200

30.04.2005

3.

III

200

30.08.2005

4.

IV

200

13.10.2005

5.

V

200

07.03.2006

6.

VI

200

(Likely commissioning july, 2006)

The out put of RBPH generating units vary from 150 MW to 170 MW due to availability of minimum head at 110.64 m (MDDL) up to which Sardar Sarovar dam is presently completed. 

400kV Transmission System
 

 

Sr.No.

Particulars

Status

1.

SSP-Dhule I (Maharashtra)

Charged on 24/03/2006

2.

SSP-Dhule II (Maharashtra)

Charged on 7/12/2004

3.

SSP-Asoj(Gujarat)

Charged on 23/08/2005

4.

SSP-Kasor (Gujarat)

Charged on 07/12/04

5.

SSP-Nagda I (M.P.)

Charged on 23/08/2005

6.

SSP-Nagda II (M.P.)

Line completed. Charging planned in June,2006

 GARUDESHWAR WEIR(TAIL POOL DAM):

Permanent Standing Committee (PSC) of SSCAC in its 89th meeting held on 18/06/2004 constituted a Sub-Committee under the Chairmanship of Member (Hydro), CEA to study the optimum timing for taking up construction of Garudeshwar weir. Based on the recommendations of the Committee, PSC(SSCAC) approved the DTP/Estimate of Garudeshwar weir prepared by SSNNL. SSCAC approved the DTP/Estimate of Garudeshwar weir in its 73rd meeting held on 3/8/2005. This issue was discussed in meeting taken by Secretary, Ministry of Power in January, 2006 and due to different view points of GOMP on taking up construction of Garudeshwar weir, it was decided that CEA would carry out a detailed techno-economic study in consultation with States for construction of Garudeshwar weir.

SHARING OF POWER BENEFITS OF SSP :

The year-wise energy generation of SSP complex are given below :

Sl.No.
Year
Energy Generation (MU)
1
2004-2005
255
2
2005-2006
1898
3
2006-2007*
12
* Upto April, 2006

ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES – TARIFF & ENERGY ACCOUNTING SUB-COMMITTEE :

A Tariff and Energy Accounting Sub-Committee under the Power Sub-Committee of NCA has been set up to decide the tariff structure and Energy Accounting Procedure for SSP. The Sub-committee is constituted with representatives from CEA, WRPC and party States.

 

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ESTABLISHMENT OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT CENTRE BY NCA

NCA has established an Energy Management Centre (EMC) at Indore in consultation with CEA to discharge functions pertaining to provisions of NWDT award for power generation at SSP complex. The EMC operation is undertaken in co-ordination with Western Region Power Committee (WRPC) & Western Regional Load Despatch Centre (WRLDC), Mumbai, party States, State Electricity Boards/Corporations and other organizations.

Front view of Energy Management Centre


The functions being performed by Power Wing of NCA and EMC are broadly outlined below: 

  • Coordination for daily scheduling & dispatch of energy & allocation of power benefits of SSP complex to constituent States as per their share.
  • Directions for O&M of SSP complex.
  • Long term and short term planning of power generation of SSP complex in coordination with SSNNL and Master Control Centre (MCC) of NCA.
  • Monitoring of power generation at SSP complex.
  • Coordination with WRPC & WRLDC for energy accounting of SSP complex.


 

 

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