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  • 1. No. 20/ l3(2)/2009- APDRP Government of India Ministry of Power Shram Shakti Bhavan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi, Dated 27 March, 2015 OFFICE MEMORANDUM Subject: "National Smart Grid Mission" (NSGM) I Sanction of the Pr sident of India is hereby conveyed for establishment of a National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM) in Power Sector to plan and monitor implementation of policies and programmes related to Smart Grid activities in India. NSGM will be housed under Ministry of Power (MoP) considering the fact that most of the prominent stakeholders (DISCOMS, Regulators, Electrical Manufactures, Central Electricity Authority etc. ) for Smart Grid are associated with MOP. Other concemed Ministries like Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Ministry of Urbbn Development (MOUD) and Ministry of Heavy industry (MoHl) would also be associated with the Mission. 2. The total estimated Icost for all the projects and NSGM activities for l2"‘ Plan is Rs 980 crore including a budgetaryisupport of Rs 338 crore. Details are given in Annexure-I. 3. lt is important to note that Smart Grid is a dynamic and evolving concept due to constant technological innovations. Therefore, the objectives, structure and functioning of NSGM must be such as to allow sufficienti freedom and flexibility of operations without needing to refer the matter to different Ministries / Agencies frequently. Accordingly, NSGM will have a three tier structure (Annexure—II). Details are as follows: a) At the apex level, NSGlM will have a Goveming Council headed by the Minister of Power. The structure and membership of the Council is at Annexure-III. The Goveming Council will have necessary fimctiorial and financial autonomy within the overall budgetary allocation for meeting its objective of rolling out Smart Grid operations in different parts of the country. Towards this end, the Council will carry out the following functions: (i) To approve policies and programme for smart grid implementation in the country. (ii) To approve the administrative and financial procedures from time to time for the effective functioning of NSGM (iii) To approve the annual budget of NSGM (iv) To cause the laudit to be done and to adopt the audited accounts. (v) To review the implementation of NSGM’s policies and programmes. (vi) To take such other steps for meeting NSGM’s objectives as are considered necessary, within the overall approval. The Council will meet on a half yearly basis. b) At the second level, the NSGM will have an Empowered Committee headed by Secretary (Power). The structure and membership of the Empowered Committee is at Annexure-IV. The Empowered Committee will cany out the following functions: (i) To provide pialicy input to Goveming Council (ii) To approve specific Smart Grid projects and subsequent revisionsl modifications. V —
  • 2. C) d) 3) To approve tirocedures / guidelines for Smart Grid projects (iii) (iv) To approve procedures / guidelines for recruitment, hiring of consultants / advisers / experts, funds allocation etc. (v) To monitor implementation of Smart Grid projects. (vi) To approve the detailed structure, powers, procedures and guidelines from time to time for the smooth functioning and operation ofNSGM Project Management Unit (NPMU). (vii) To pennit obilization of resources from bilateral and multilateral agencies, financial inst tutions etc. , over and above the budgetary allocation (viii) To take other steps as directed by the Goveming Council to meet objectives of NSGM. The Committee will meet on a quarterly basis. In a supportive role, it is proposed to have an NSGM Technical Committee headed by Chairperson (CEA). The structure and membership of the Technical Committee is at Annexure-V. The Technical Committee will support the Empowered Committee on technical side and will carry out the following functions: (i) To develop standards, technology selection guidelines, (ii) To carry out technical review of projects / activities / documents, (iii) To prepare guidelines and procedures for training & capacity building etc. (iv)_ To take other steps as directed by the Goveming Council / Empowered Committee to meet objectives of NSGM. The Committee will meet as per requirement. For day-to-day operations, NSGM will have a NSGM Project Management Unit (NPMU) headed by the Director NPMU. He will be a Member of the Goveming Council and Empowered Committee, and Member Secretary of Technical Committee. NPMU will be the implementing agency for operationalizing the Smart Grid activities in the country under the guidance of Goveming Council and Empowered Committee mentioned above. NPMU will also interact with develo ment partners and mobilise intemational cooperation as per direction of Empowered Committge NPMU will be housed at POWERGRID. The present India Smart Grid Task Force (ISGTF) Secretariat will be met ed with the NPMU, to be headed by an Executive Director level officer, who will be esignated as the Director NPMU. This body will be set up in POWERGRID exclusi ly for NSGM. NPMU will report directly to the Empowered Committee and Govem ng Council of NSGM through MoP. Director NPMU (i. e. head of NPMU) will report to E powered Committee through the Joint Secretary (Distribution), MoP The NPMU will not un ertake any pennanent recruitment. Instead, it will be managed by officers and stafl' on s condment from POWERGRID and other organisations (including PSUs) or through con ract appointment on temporary basis either directly or through manpower supply agenc s. NPMU will have all ne essary resources including requisite manpower to facilitate taking up of Smart Grid activitie on a large scale in the country, and the Empowered Committee will have the necessary aut rity in this regard as indicated in para 3 (b) above. For smooth and proper implementation of Smart Grid activities, suitable experts, consultants and agencies can be appointed by N MU afier approval by the Empowered Committee. The services of Energy Efficiency Servi es Limited (EESL), which is a Joint Venture of NTPC, PFC, REC &
  • 3. h) J) k) 1) POWERGRID may also be utilized in this regard. The El-SI. works as ESCO (linergy Service Company), as Cjonsultancy Organization for Clean Development Mechanism ((‘l)M). Energy Efficiency etc. , The performance of NPMU will be reviewed by the Empowered Committee. The operational charges for smooth functioning of NPMU which include salary, perks & allowances, perfonnanpe incentives etc of the deployed manpower along with other administrative & establishment expenditure like tour, travel etc, for Smart Grid activities would be paid to NPMU from the funds of NSGM and modalities for the same will be finalized by the Empowered Committee of NSGM. In respect of officers and staff on secondment to NPMU, their entitlements in the parent organizations will be fully protected. POWERGRID and other PSUs employees will be posted in NSGM for smart grid activities on "secondment" basis and will be eligible for PRP payment as applicable in their parent organisation. Corresponding to the NSGM, each of the States will also have a State Level Mission which would be chaired by the Power Secretary of the State. The administrative / operation and maintenance expenses in this regard would be bome by respective States. NSGM will provide support for training & capacity building to State Level Project Monitoring Units (SLPMUS) for smart grid activities. NSGM will not support any expenditure towards new posts, created if any by the states for smart grid activities. A typical structure of State Level Mission is at Annexurei-VI. The Smart Grid Knowledge Center (SGKC) being developed by POWERGRID with funding from MoP will act as a esource Centre for providing technical support to the Mission in all technical matters, inclu ing development of technical manpower, capacity building, outreach, suggesting curriculum hanges in technical education etc. Ministry of Power has already sanctioned Rs 9.8 crore in this regard. Expenditure on civil works is being bome by POWERGRID. The SGKC will maintain adequate training infrastructure facilities and a cumulative support of s 10 crore in 12"‘ Plan is proposed to be provided to it from NSGM budget. Possibility will lso be explored for bilateral and multilateral financial support from various national and intemational agencies in this regard. The SGKC shall undertake programs and activities envisaged for it as per the guidance from NPMU. The Head of SGKC will report to Director NPMU. A typical structure of SGKC is at Annexure-VII. The support from NSGM for implementation of Smart Grid projects would primarily consist of the following indicative (not exhaustive) list of activities: 0 Assistance in 3)ermulation of projects including pre-feasibility studies, technology selection, cost— nefit analysis, financing models etc. Funding of thesl: projects, together with State Discoms and other financing agencies. Training and Capacity Building for SLPMUS & Project Implementation teams Technology sel ction guidelines and best practices Facilitate Cons mer Awareness initiatives Project Appraisal post implementation. To start the above activities, upto 30% of the project cost of smart grid for most of the components will be provided as grant from the NSGM budget. For certain selected components such as trai ing & capacity building, consumer engagement etc, the funding will be 100% grant as indica d at Annexure-I. The extent of funding from NSGM budget will be finalized by the Empo red Committee of the NSGM. The balance project cost (hardware, software applications, rection testing commissioning, integration etc. ) is to be funded through innovative fina ing models which may include PPP model.
  • 4. in) Details of indicative interventions for Smart Grids for 32"‘ Plan and its implementation methodology are at Annexulre-VIII. 4. l The outiay of the scheine/ the requirement of GBS for 12th Plan as well as year wise reqpirenient will be met out of existing 12"‘ plan outlay of the Ministry of Power and annual Plan allocation indicated by Mini try of Finance respectively. 5. The NPMU will so mit monthly progress report indicating both financial and physical progress on the implementa ion of the scheme to Ministry of Power. 6. This issues with the concurrence of F'i-nance Branch of the Ministry of Power vide their DY. ‘N? ii)'. 48/Fin/ i5 dated 27. .20-15. 7. : "‘P’. "-‘. " Copy forwarded to: Detailed guidelines for the implementation will be issued separately. ii. /» (B. N ' as It Joint Secretary Tel: 23719199 Chief Secretaries of all States Energy/ Power Secretaries of all the State Governments CMDS of State Power Utilities Chairman & Managing Director, Power Finance Corporation Ltd. , New Delhi, 1. Director, Cabinet Seer ariat, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi. 2. Ministry of Finance, epartment of Expenditure (DS, Plan Finance Division-ii), North Block, New Delhi. 3. Ministry of Finance, D lpartment of Economic Affairs, North Block, New Delhi. 4. NITI Aayog, Yoj aria B avan, New Delhi. 5. Chairperson, Central E ectricity Authority, R. i<. Puram, New Delhi. 6. Finance/ Budget Sectio , Ministry of Power, New Delhi. 7. Controller of Accounts Ministry of Power, New Delhi. 8. Principal Director of / iiudit, Economic 85 Services Ministries, AGCR Building, LP. Estate, New Delhi. 9. 13"‘ Finance Cornrnissi n, Ministry of Finance, Jawahar Vyapar Bhavan, New Delhi. 10. Department of Progr e Implementation, Sardar Patel Bhavan, New Delhi. Copy to: PS to Minister of State for Pow (Independent Charge) PPS to Secretary (Power) PS to SS(RNC) / SS (DC) PS to Joint Secretary (Dist) I 33 FA I All JS
  • 5. ‘ Annexure—I E Estimated Exgenditure Outlay for 12"‘ Plan (Figures in Rs crore) Activity Outlay Budgetary l Budgetary support for 12‘ ‘ Plan 3' 5”‘: ‘r’§r’; )‘R‘ 2915-16 2016-17‘ Development of smari Rs 890 crore 267 120 147 A. grid in Smart Cities (30% of project cost as rant Development of micro Rs 27 crore 8 4 4 El. grids (30% of project ‘ cost ajgrant) _ ‘ Training & Capacity Rs 8 crore 8 4 4 7 0 Building (100% grant) (Funding for SGKC etc) Consumer Rs 30 crore 30 15 15 D Engagement++ (20 lakhs p. a. (100% grant) ' (Funding to State for each owned Discoms ~50) Discom) J NSGM Establishment, l Rs 25 crore 25 18 08M etc 100% ram E‘ 7 — jl-i— 188 _ Total Outiay Rs 980 crore 338 338 ++Success_fial Smart Grid Deploy hr will require consumer engagement and participation righi from the start, A srructured approach is necessary to achieve this. The underzrtanding and adopting la consumer behavior: ix crilical for deployment of smart grid. Hugiinveslnienls are being made on studies, research and conmmer educotiori and pimicipotion initiatives worldwicle no’ same need to be promoted under NSGM A structured approach designed 10 cover key dimensions gf corzxumer involvement shall include behavioral studies, market research, unclersianding consumer profile, identifiring various medium to reach (prim, A V, social media, focused campaigns, meetings, etc). /1 model consumer engagement model e along with lessons from global cases ofsuccessfiil deployments andfailure: is proposed to be developed which need to be coupled with strong communication strategy (internal and external) for maximum impact. The Rule: for Cognmmer Privacy and Data Protection in parallel shall also be when up to ensure consi. s'lem'y in approaches adopted y various states,
  • 6. Nationai 5 art Grid Mission —- institutional Framework Ministry of Fower NSG , ._. _._. .. E-. . __, _.. -. ._, ... .n_. . NSGM Govarniqg Council; Chair: Minister of Power NSGM Prcdect Management Unit (NPMU) at PUWERGRED . ... .. s_. _.. .,_ . _, _ _, { WM I a l q, Pmn. -M; awry WWW-m E I an d gyugiml ['): :Einp| :im. l; _, F‘l: l?ning& / advisory In . In '1 2-: ay 1 use 7 ”°""°“"‘V”’“' I ' sogiuinumi : cimaam I: 3 Eiuiininallnn State smart Grid Mission Units (SSGMU) Technical Committee Chair: CEA F9 Empowered Committee air: Secretary (MoP) '_f'P7ré§t°? '*E*.57*“‘ Return mend State Level Mission L- State Secretary (Pa: -war) Consumrm. Civil sazietv nrganitaginnsnnd local gnunrnmcm (Incl uctsngawns, vliino narmhavncs. -1: .1 . bistrsbution Utilities Annexure-il EESL 8: other Consult ants Smart Grici Knuwledge
  • 7. Objectives: NSGM Policies NSGM Targets and Programs NSGM Funds Program Review NSGM Governing Council Chair: Minister of Power Members ~ecretary ~ Power zecretary— Expenditure, MoF secretary — MNRE -ecretary - MOUD ecretary, MOHI §ecretary ~— DOT ecretary — DolT dditionai Secretary — Power dvisor (Energy) NiTi Aayog hairperscrn— CEA ecreta ry— CERC int Secretary (Power) — Convener and Member ecretary rate Energy Secretary (one each from 5 regions on ration basis) irector NPMU Armexure-lll Frequency of meetings: Half yearly
  • 8. NSGM Empowered Committee Chair: Secretary (Power) Members Frequenw of Additional Secretary, MoP JS( oP)—anvener and Member Secretary lS- xpenditure, Finance Ministry lS~ OUD J5~ NfiE JS/ A ~DoT JS — oil Chai%erson - CEA Meetings: Quarterly Obiedives: - Policy input to Governing Council - Project Approval / revisions I modifications] - Approvals for procedures 1 guidelines including Recruitment, Hiring of _ Consultants! Adv: or{Energy) —- NIT! Aayog Advisers/ Experts CMD PFC CMD REC CMD POWERGRiD Dire or NPMU CEO POSOCO - Head of Discoms (1 member from each region on rotation basis Repr sentative from industry through President, ISGF - Program Monitoring Annexure-IV
  • 9. A: mexure—V NSGM Technicai Committee Chair: Chairperson CEA Members Frequency of Meetings: As iVlember- GO & D, CFA Director {Commercial} — PFC Director (Technical) — R£C Director (Projects) — POWERGRID DG — BEE DG — CPRI Director — DST (Department of Science & Technology) Director -— NPMU — Member Secretary CEO-POSOCO Member — Distribution. CEA MD: of One Distribution Utility from each region by rotation - 5 nos President — iSGF President — IEEMA Representative from llTs - To be nominated by MoP required Ghjecléves‘. - Standards Development Selection and Guidelines v Technolagyselectlon Guidelines - Technical Review of Projects/ Activities / Documents - Guidelines and procedures for Training 84 Capacity Building Members on invitation Basis as and when required: Representative from liMs Division Heads from BIS (ETD and UTD)
  • 10. Annexure-Vi 1 i i | St; ate Level Smart Grid Mission NSGM Empowerd Committee National PMU State Level SGM Unit - . Secretary Power (State) Objectives: Members Secr tary — Department 0 Finance (State) Me ber (Tr-sch. ) — SERC CM 5 of all State Discoms CMUS of State Transco SLM Director — Member Secretary Representative from NPMU Directors from reputed academic institutions can be co-opted . (3) Technical (| lTs/ NiTs) J (b) Management (iiivls) Hea s of Prominent NGOs can be coopted Frequency of Meetings: Project Review and Monitoring Funding Quarterly Coordination Training and Capacity Building Consumer engagement and Awareness
  • 11. : Annexu re. -~VH A Typical Stil-ucture of Smart Grid Knowiedge Centre (SGKC) Director NPMU ED level offioer of POWl'ERGRlD <_. .._. ... ._ Ch. Manager I Manager (Knowledge Center) Dy. Manager! i Sr, Engineer/ Engineer 2 Nos. Dy. Manager! Sr. Engineer/ Engineer 2 Nos. Dy. Managerl Sr. Engineer/ Engineer 2 Nos. o Disrn‘butianAutomarion R b E a Advanced Mereringinfrastructure . enewa ,8 "ergy - Home Energy Management G f 0 Outage Management System enem Ion 5V5"= "" Demand Side integration ' ‘Re""W”b"E E"e’95’ 0 Cyber Security a Power Quality mtegmnan a Network Management 0 Micro Grid 0 Energyfiorage 0 Electric Vehicle 0 Smart Appliances
  • 12. 5 Annexure—Vlll lnter_i_iegg‘p__ns in Smart grids to; 12th Elan The indicative components ‘of smart grids in the selected 20 cities in 12”‘ plan would be broadly as follows: - Deployment of Smart Meters and AMI. o Substation renovation and Modernisation with deployment of GIS wherever economically feasibie. Development of medium sized ivlicrogrids. Development of Distributed Generation in form of Roof Top Pl/ s. Fieal—i‘ime monitoringl and control of Distribution Transformers. Provision of Harmon c Filters and other power quality improvement measures. Creation of EV Charging Infrastructure for supporting proliferation of E V3. 06001 Smart grid being a new and evolving field, the activities presently envisaged are only indicative and during the course of implementation, further activities can be incorporated based on evolution of technology. dot o em nt t'o : Leveraging RAPDRP The basic infrastructure is being created under RAPDRP in large towns, over whichihe Smart Grid development can he s erimposed. IT implementation and SCADA being carried out will be leveraged for Smart grid. 62 infrastructure being created under System strengthening being done in Part—B will be lever god for better and effective use so as to be ready to support Smart Grid technologies I functi nalities upon completion. AM! will be implemented and at! the consumer meters being ins alled in these cities will preferably be Smart Meters. Under Part-B works utility should prefera y provision for RMUS. sectionalizers, path for alternate feeding etc. Substation modernization w ll be done under Pari—B and wherever there is economic feasibility GlS will be installed. Microgrids: : As envisaged in the Roadmap, NSGM will promote development of Microgrids in islands, SE25, institutions and commercial hubs that would dovetail the existing projects under renewable energy projects and other international support programs. Promotion of Evs: Deployment of EV Chargin infrastructure envisaged under the National Mission for Electric Mobility of MoH| can be coor lnated under NSGM in some of these cities. Distributed Generation in form of Roof top Pvs Besides the promotion of grid connected solar capacity addition, JNNSM also has a mandate to encourage the rooftop solar segment. The promotion of Root top PV based Distributed Generation will be encouraged with invigoration of Central and state government's schemes in association with MNRE and respective state governments and mechanism of funding and incentives will be worked out under their schemes. Technology Demonstration projects for Real time monitoring & control systems for DTs and Harmonic Filter These initiatives are directed towards improving Quality and reliability of Power and will be partly— funded under NSGM in these cities. 12 , J;

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