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PASCHIMANCHAL VIDYUT VITRAN NIGAM LIMITED

Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam limited came into existence in July, 2003 as subsidiary company of UPPCL. The Discom covers in its jurisdiction the areas of District Meerut, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Gutambudh Nagar, Bulandshahar, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, J.P. Nagar and Rampur. The Discom comprises of three distribution zones based at Meerut, Saharanpur and Moradabad and each is headed by and officer of the rank of Chief Engineer. The total number of Distribution Circles and Divisions in Different Zones are 21 and 65 respectively along with 21 nos. of  Test Divisions. Besides there is one circle each for works, Stores and Civil Construction works under direct control of the Discom Head Quarter. The Discom comprises more then Thirty Five lacs of  consumers with and average annual demand Rs. 9300 Crores. PVVNL has 564 of Secondary sub-stations with an installed capacity of 6569 MVA. The total number of distribution transformers are 135202 with a capacity of 7600 MVA.

PVVNL is trying to implement the best practices in the distribution system. The tools used in achieving the commercial result include the massive disconnection drive against the defaulting consumers, the implementation of the OTS scheme, issuance of notices under section 3 and 5 to the defaulting consumers, bill distribution system through post office, MRI based billing of the consumers with load above 25 KVA and replacement of electro mechanical meters through electronic meters and adopting anti theft measures i.e. vigorous combing in  the high line losses areas, providing ABC conductors in Theft prone areas DT Metering, Double Metering of the consumers, Metering with AMR’s. The Discom has achieved the remarkable enhancement in the revenue realization and thru rate. At the same time AT&C losses have come down by 12.18% since 2003-04. The collection efficiency has gone as high as 97.16% in 2013-14 as against 91.36% in 2003-04. The realization has gone up from 1953.24 crores in 2003-04 to 9114.35 crores in 2013-14. The thru rate has gone up by 128.48% in 2013-14 since 2003-04. The data confirming the status for last five years are tabulated as under :—

S. No.
Year
Thru Rate
(In Rs.)
Assessment
(In Lacs
Realization
(In Lacs
Collection Efficiency
AT&C Losses
(%)
Input Energy
(MU)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2003-04
1.65
213807
195325
91.36
37.57
11909.25
2
2004-05
1.72
233209
215817
92.54
34.08
12567.44
3
2005-06
1.80
256686
239822
93.43
31.49
13367.45
4
2006-07
1.87
290797
279811
96.22
29.50
15086.01
5
2007-08
1.92
357753
321648
89.91
35.39
16652.16
6
2008-09
2.34
398208
386619
97.09
27.14
16698.62
7

2009-10

2.52
460664
441418
95.82
29.83
17766.44
8 2010-11 2.87 577832 542746 93.93 28.73 18885.82
9 2011-12 2.74 652288 596533 91.45 32.70 21777.05
10 2012-13 3.22 755971 731086 96.71 27.64 22731.56
11 2013-14 3.77 938060 911435 97.16 25.39 24145.83