Bachat Lamp Yojana at TATA Power Delhi Distribution Limited

Bachat Lamp Yojana
TATA Power Delhi Distribution Limited
(Formerly, NDPL)
Jan 20, 2012
BEE Workshop
TPDDL –Brief Profile
USD 188 Million
USD 916 Million
Peak Load
930 MW
1313 MW
Annual energy requirement
3927 MUs
7316 MUs
Total registered consumers
1184 K
510 Sq Kms
510 Sq Kms
Population serviced in Network
area (approx)
4.5 Million
5.5 Million.
Number of consumers per Sq.
Employees per `000 consumers
Employees per Mn. Unit input
Number of employees
Joint Venture of Tata Power
Company and Govt. of NCT of
Delhi (51: 49)
Licensed for distribution of power
in North and North West Delhi
TPDDL : ISO 9001, 14001, 27001 ; SA 8000 Certified
AT&C Loss Reduction
TPDDL always overachieved AT&C targets so far !!!
TPDDL saved Rs. 6651 Crs for the Govt. in 9 years
Operational excellence- Many Firsts
100% Automatic
Voltage Regulation
Smart Feeder
Operational Excellence
Energy Audit at 4 levels
New Connection Camps
HVDS Implementation
Mass Raids
Social Awareness
through Colored Bills
LT ABC Implementation
Spot Billing
Automated Meter Reading
Unmanned Grids
Public Involvement in AT&C
Rewards & Recognition
TPDDL has won the “Most Honored International Award in Power
Industry “
Edison Electric Institute (EEI) 2008- Edison Award
Implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
TPDDL has won the “Indian Power Awards 2009”
Bestowed for : Innovative Application of Technology
TPDDL has won the “GIS Geospatial Excellence Award”
Bestowed for : Innovative GIS Application
Rewards & Recognition
Highest National Recognition for “Meritorious Performance in Power
Distribution” on parameters related to AT&C loss reduction, Consumer
Indexing , Metering and Outages
“2004-05,05-06, 07-08, 08-09”
Consecutive Winner of Asian Power Awards for “Power Utility of the Year”
“2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10”
Safety Innovation Award bestowed by Institution of Engineers 2009 & 2010
Climate Change @ TPDDL
…Carbon footprint
mapping and
abatement strategy
…Tata approach,
aspirations and
internal stance
…Capability building
and communications
• Carbon footprint mapping for TPDDL done
• Abatement levers identified- focus on procurement of Power from low emission
factor Plants
• TPDDL Climate Change Policy rolled out
• Combat Climate Change team formed to oversee risks and opportunities
and implement initiatives
• CC Initiatives introduced as part of the BSC and cascaded to functional score
• 7 Climate Change Champions trained, 31 Officers exposed to National
seminars + 4 Climate Change Assessors
• Over 2000 TPDDL employees touched in last one year
• Participated in CII exhibition on Climate Change
• Climate change newsletter started, carbon calculator on TPDDL website.
• Energy booklet for Schools & Consumers. State level Climate Change Quiz
& Debate organized.
Climate Change Initiatives
• Under its Climate Change policy, TPDDL is committed to introduce energy
efficient and greener technologies and identification of the mitigation &
offset opportunities in a cost effective manner.
Various Initiatives taken under Combat Climate Change :-
Energy Club for school students
Tree Plantation
Use of Battery operated vehicles
Solar Power (Installed capacity: 1.272 MW)
E Bill to consumers
Water Harvesting
Bachat Lamp Yojana at TPDDL
• TPDDL signed a tripartite
agreement with BEE and CQuest Capital- Malaysia (CQCM) and a bilateral agreement
with CQC-M to implement BLY
scheme in NDPL area in June
This was the first agreement to be signed after BEE’s Bachat Lamp
Yojana Programme of Activities(PoA) was officially registered with
UNFCCC on April 29, 2010.
Project Details
TPDDL has a total consumer base of around 10 lakhs residential consumers.
Spread across 12 districts, TPDDL area has been divided into 5 CPAs.
Districts under CPA
Shalimar Bagh, Model Town
Keshavpuram, Civil Lines & Shakti Nagar
Pitampura, Rohini
Mangolpuri, Moti Nagar
Bawana, Badli, Narela
It is expected that 21,93,589 CFLs will be distributed under the project, leading to
12, 45, 578 CERs over the period of 7.83 years
Status- Pilot Project
A pilot project was conducted in Sep 2010 (from Sep 2, 2010 to Sep 22, 2010), in Shalimar
Bagh district to identify various ways for successful implementation of the scheme for all
TPDDL residential consumers.
In the pilot project, 11 W and 18 W CFLs were distributed in exchange of 60 W and 100 W
incandescent bulbs respectively.
Total 10,473 CFLs were distributed in 4186 households (number of 11 W and 18 W CFLs were
2866 and 7607 respectively), leading to a deemed savings of 764.21 kW.
Post pilot, CPAs were prepared & submitted to BEE. All 5 CPAs got registered with UNFCCC on
August 30, 2011
Status- Full Scale Implementation
• Full scale distribution was launched
on Oct 18, 2011 by Hon’ble CM
Sheila Dikshit in a press conference
• Distribution of CFLs started on Oct
19, 2011 in 2 districts- Mangolpuri
& Moti Nagar.
• Distribution concluded in two
districts on Jan 7, 2012.
• Total 4,10,534 CFLs have been
distributed to 1,25,216 households
with an average of 3.3 CFLs per
household, in the two districts.
• Scheme has been launched in
other two districts- Shalimar Bagh
& Model Town from Jan 16, 2012.
Left to Right: Sunil Wadhwa MD, TPDDL, Yuvraj Singh Indian
Cricket Team Member, Hon’ble CM Sheila Dikshit, Hon’ble Power
Minister Haroon Yusuf, at the launch of Bachat Lamp Yojana
Special support provided by TPDDL
Creating Awareness- Awareness is critical to ensure maximum participation. TPDDL
used various means to create awareness among its consumers-
Large scale launch of the project in a
press conference
Press releases and media coverage in all leading newspapers &
news channels in both English and Hindi languages
consumer newsletters and
Designing of flyers &
banners and support in
distribution of flyers
• Interaction with Resident Welfare Association
members & information over phones during
distribution in their areas
• Using local announcement system/ Munadi
• Coordination with local police & franchisee for
Special support provided by TPDDL
• On field support & co-ordination- Providing support of TPDDL field staff or franchisee
and security staff on field during distribution, especially for JJ Clusters.
Support from police / security personnel during
Letters sent to SHOs in local police
• Active Communication- Awareness plays
a critical role in the success of the
• Advance schedule for distribution needs
to be framed to ensure advance
intimation to consumers & arranging for
required support on the field.
• Maximum potential exist in JJ clustersDistribution to start from JJ clusters
• Active support from RWAs- To ensure
smooth distribution & support from
• More coordination required between
DISCOM & Implementer for successful
Out of 5 CPAs, one CPA completed & one CPA
started, but target schedule for remaining 3
CPAs is uncertain. Left over 3 CPAs include 8
districts out of 12.
Consumers from remaining 8 districts are
enquiring about launch of scheme in their
Advance planning for areas to be targeted is
required for timely co-ordination & support on
the field during implementation. In absence of
advance schedule, it is not possible to provide
necessary support on time.
Way Forward
• Timely implementation of the scheme in TPDDL area
• Measurement & verification of the benefits achieved from the
implementation of the scheme
• Request from BEE to introduce more scheme like BLY for benefits of the
Thank You

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