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India has Made Massive gains in nationwide Power Supply in Last 6 Years

·         DeenDayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) The DeenDayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana is an Indian government scheme intending to provide an uninterrupted power supply to the rural parts of India.

·         The erstwhile Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) theme for village electrification and providing electricity distribution infrastructure within the rural areas has been subsumed within the DDUGJY scheme.

·         Rural Electrification Corporation is the Nodal Agency for implementation of DDUGJY.

·         Objectives – to {supply|to produce} electrification to all or any villages Feeder separation to make sure sufficient  power to farmers and regular supply to different customers Improvement of Sub-transmission and distribution network to boost the standard and reliability of the supply Metering to reduce the losses Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (Saubhagya) Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana –“Saubhagya” could be a scheme to make sure electrification of all willing households within the country in rural in addition as urban areas.

·         The objective of the ‘Saubhagya’ is to supply energy access to all or any by last mile connectivity and electricity connections to all remaining un-electrified households in rural also as urban areas to realize universal household electrification within the country.

·         The Rural Electrification Corporation restricted (REC) can stay the nodal agency for the operationalisation of the scheme throughout the country.

·         The Government of india can offer for the most part funds for the scheme to all or any States/UTs.

·         Beneficiaries – The beneficiaries at no cost electricity connections would be known using Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011 information.

·         However, un-electrified households not coated under the SECC information would even be provided electricity connections under the scheme on payment of Rs. five hundred that shall be recovered by DISCOMs in ten instalments through electricity bill.

·         The solar power packs of 200 to 300 Wp with battery bank for un-electrified households located in remote and inaccessible areas, comprises of Five LED lights, One DC fan, One DC power plug.

·         It also includes the Repair and Maintenance (R&M) for 5 years. A mobile application would be used for the survey of households.

·         It provides for onspot registration of identified beneficiaries by obtaining their application for electricity connection with identity proof and photograph.

·         The Gram Panchayats or Public Institutions in rural areas are required to take care of the application process and documentation.

·         They shall, in consultation with Panchayat Raj Institutions and Urban Local Bodies be authorized to distribute bills and collect revenue.

·         Integrated Power Development Scheme ( IPDS ) Launch – December 2014.

·         Nodal Agency – Power Finance Corporation Ltd. (PFC), a Navratna Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) under the executive management of the Ministry of Power.

·         Components – Strengthening of sub-transmission and distribution networks in the urban areas. Metering of distribution transformers / feeders / customers within the urban areas. Schemes for Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) and IT enablement of the distribution sector.

·         ERP helps in integration the important elements of a business.

·         Underground cabling to incorporate extra demand of States and good metering answer for playing UDAY States and star panels on Govt. buildings with net-metering are permissible under the theme.

·         Objectives – 24×7 Power supplies for consumers.

·         Reduction of AT&C (aggregate technical and commercial) losses. Providing access to power to all or any households.

·         Eligibility – All Power Distribution corporations (Discoms) are eligible for monetary help under the scheme.

·         Funding Pattern:GoI (Government of India) Grant: hour (85% for special class States).

·         Additional Grant: fifteen per cent (5% for special class States) – joined to accomplishment of milestones.

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