Vidyut Consultants – Power Projects Solutions & Electrical Consultancy

“Vidyut Consultants” is committed to cost cutting through Knowledge sharing, Innovative technical solutions, Meticulous planning and Continuous monitoring.. Our unique proposition would be to start saving with minimal expenditure initially.

Vidyut Consultants Power Projects Bhopal

We, for all following physical activities consultancy services will be provided by us for successful project completion.

A. Marketing & Business Development: We, by providing consultancy services, help in Identification of new opportunities , catching NITs, tender purchase, site visits , attend pre bid meeting , Liaison , documentation, sending enquiries to vender , preparation of tender, submission of bid security, post tender activities etc.

B. Purchase: WE, by providing consultancy services, help in Identification of vendor, send enquiries, collect quotations, vendor approval from client, preparation of comparative statements, Primary price negotiations, Final negotiation (If Primus desires so), release purchase order, supply chain management.

C. Purchase activities with client: We, by providing consultancy services, help in PDI, DI issuance from client, Pre delivery and post-delivery material inspections, material billing.

D. Human Resource: We, by providing consultancy services, help in process of interview & selection of employees, appointments, manage attendance, salary sheets preparation etc.

E. Finance: We, by providing consultancy services, help in Cash flow preparation, time to time raising of fund requirement, Monthly accounts preparation & submission, Subcontractor billing statements, Vendor payment statements, client billing statements Etc.

F. Capacity Building: We, by providing consultancy services, will help in creating best atmosphere for grooming of our client’s employees to become familiar in Distribution project to become self-dependent in dealing such projects in future.


Company for whom we are giving our services:

• Kshema Power Infrastructure Company Pvt. Ltd.
• Exide Industries Ltd.
• Laxmipati Infrastructures Company Pvt. Ltd.

Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY)

Govt. of India has launched “Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana” (DDUGJY) for the rural areas with the following components:

Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana DDUGJY

(i) Separation of agriculture and non-agriculture feeders facilitating judicious rostering of supply to agricultural & non- agricultural consumers in the rural areas.

(ii) Strengthening and augmentation of sub-transmission & distribution (ST&D) infrastructure in rural areas, including metering at distribution transformers, feeders and consumers end.

(iii) Rural electrification, as per CCEA approval dated 01.08.2013 for completion of the targets laid down under RGGVY for 12th and 13th Plans by subsuming RGGVY in DDUGJY and carrying forward the approved outlay for RGGVY to DDUGJY.

Background:

1.1 In rural areas of the country, the agricultural and non-agricultural load (domestic and non-domestic) are typically catered through common distribution network. The availability of power supply in rural areas is inadequate and unreliable in many parts of the country. The distribution utilities resort to frequent load shedding in rural areas to mitigate the gap between supply and demand, which affects power supply to agricultural consumers as well as non-agricultural consumers owing to common distribution network.

1.2 Feeder separation refers to supply of electricity to agricultural consumers and to non-agricultural consumers (domestic and non-domestic) separately through dedicated feeders. This arrangement allows the distribution company to regulate power supply to agricultural consumers as and when needed for effective Demand Side Management (DSM). The separation of feeders helps in flattening of the load curve by shifting the agricultural load to off-peak hours and thus facilitates peak load management. The core objective of separation of feeders is to provide regulated supply to agricultural consumers and continuous power supply to non-agricultural consumers in rural areas.

1.3 The demand of electricity in rural areas is increasing day by day due to increase in customer base, changes in lifestyle and consumption pattern which requires continual strengthening and augmentation of distribution network. However, the poor financial health of the distribution utilities has resulted in under-investment in the distribution network leading to poor upkeep and maintenance of assets, particularly in rural areas. Therefore, strengthening and augmentation of sub-transmission & distribution infrastructure is also considered necessary to ensure reliable and quality power supply in rural areas.

1.4 In order to facilitate sustainable commercial operations of electricity distribution, it is also important to focus on metering at consumer end for all categories of consumers. Apart from metering at consumer end, the metering arrangement at distribution transformers and feeders would facilitate building up a mechanism for proper energy accounting. This will help in identifying high loss pockets and initiating remedial measures towards reduction of losses.

Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana DDUGJY

Scope of Works:

The projects under the scheme shall be formulated for rural areas only and will cover works relating to:
(i) Separation of agriculture and non-agriculture feeders facilitating judicious rostering of supply to agricultural & non- agricultural consumers in the rural areas.

(ii) Strengthening and augmentation of sub-transmission & distribution (ST&D) infrastructure in rural areas, including metering at distribution transformers, feeders and consumers end.

Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS)

The “Integrated Power Development Scheme” (IPDS) was launched by Ministry of Power, Government of India with the objectives of:

1. Strengthening of sub-transmission and distribution network in the urban areas.

2. Metering of distribution transformers /feeders / consumers in the urban areas.

3. IT enablement of distribution sector and strengthening of distribution network as per CCEA approval dated 21.06.2013 for completion of targets laid down under Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (R-APDRP) for 12th and 13th Plans by carrying forward the approved outlay for R-APDRP to IPDS.

The scheme will help in reduction in AT&C losses; establishment of IT enabled energy accounting / auditing system, improvement in billed energy based on metered consumption and improvement in collection efficiency.
The estimated cost of the scheme with the components of strengthening of sub-transmission and distribution networks, including metering of consumers in the urban areas is Rs. 32,612 crore which includes the requirement of budgetary support from Government of India of Rs. 25,354 crore over the entire implementation period.

Integrated Power Development Scheme IPDS

The component of IT enablement of distribution sector and strengthening of distribution network approved by CCEA in June, 2013 in the form of R-APDRP for 12th and 13th Plans will get subsumed in this scheme and CCEA-approved scheme outlay of Rs.44, 011 crore including a budgetary support of Rs. 22,727 crore will be carried over to the scheme of IPDS.

The projects will be sanctioned by the IPDS Monitoring Committee. After sanction of projects, contracts for execution of projects are to be awarded by States Discoms / Power Departments. The projects are to be completed within 24 months from date of award.