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  • DLI 5 - O&M Cost recovery in Water Distribution

    Cost recovery : Percentage of revenue from water supply to the cost of operating and maintaining water distribution services.

    B


    Indicator

    Unit

    FY1

    2021-22

    O&M cost recovery in water distribution

    %

    160%

    D

    Components of the indicator


     Revenue from water supply = Revenue from water supply in SMC area + Revenue from supply of bulk water to JSV, commercial institutions and other housing.


    Cost of operating and maintaining water distribution services =Operator payments (staff costs, salaries, overheads etc.) + Electricity costs + Chemicals and consumables + Repair and maintenance + Administrative expenses + Head office overheads as applicable + Any miscellaneous expenses.


    Exclusions

    1. Cost of sewage services and treated bulk water supply to Shimla (till the balancing reservoir)

    2. Revenue from sewage services


    Table 2 - Data inputs for different indicator components

     

    Head (Refer Table 3 for source data details)

    Unit

    FY1

    2021-22

    Revenue from water supply

    INR

    291953204.00

    Operator payments (staff costs, salaries, overheads, etc.)

    INR

    98304872.00

    Electricity costs

    INR

    7359488.00

    Chemicals and consumables

    INR

    191160.00

    Repair and maintenance

    INR

    65798755.00

    Administrative expenses

    INR

    0.00

    Head office overheads as applicable

    INR

    7920480.00

    Any miscellaneous expenses

    INR

    2781219.00

     

      Source documents to be referred

    Head

    Source documents to be referred

    Revenue from water supply

    Monthly water supply bills raised for all connections, excluding (1) sewerage charges (2) arrears of previous   months/ years

    Operator payments

    Staff costs, salary statements (including those on secondment from GoHP, SMC, contractual and outsourced employees), overheads, payout to third party operators, etc.

    Electricity costs

    Electricity bills raised for each meter at each distribution pump station

    Chemicals and consumables

    Expenditure on chemicals and consumables

    Repair and maintenance

    Expenditure on repairs and maintenance activities, including bills raised by contractors

    Administrative expenses

    Other administrative expenses (from accounts, financial statements, etc.)

    Head office overheads as applicable

    This includes salary and administrative expenses of employees at Head office, consultancy services, electricity bills at head office, etc. as per allocation finalised by SJPNL to water distribution division

    Any miscellaneous expenses

    Any other miscellaneous expenses (from accounts, financial statements, etc.)

  • DLI 2 -Energy Efficiency

    Table 2 - Data inputs for different indicator components

    Head (Refer Table 3 for source data details)

    Unit

    FY 2021-22

    Total electricity bill

    INR

    722782386

    Unit rate for  normal hours as per HPERC tariff order

    INR

    4.60

    Volume of water delivered for distribution at MBR

    KL

    13506340

     

    Table 3 - Source documents to be referred

    Head

    Source documents to be referred

    Total electricity bill

    Electricity bills raised for all water production and distribution systems (includes each meter at each water treatment plant, each pumping station, etc.)

    Unit rate for  normal hours as per HPERC tariff order

    Tariff orders of Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission applicable for the corresponding period

    Volume of water delivered for distribution at MBR

    Records of volume of water delivered for distribution to the main balancing reservoir (measurement through bulk water meters at the outlet of main balancing reservoir)

  • DLI 4: Indexation of tariff annually as per tariff policy

  • DLI 3: SJPNL reduces Non-Revenue-Water (NRW) by 15%

              

     

    Indicator

     

    Calculation

     

       

      

    Reduction in Non-RevenuWater

     

    X- Volume of water delivered at the main balancing reservoiincludinthe secondary reservoisand other off take points

     

    Y- Volume of water billed to the consumers for          the same period


    Formula (Non-Revenue Wate%)


     [(X-Y)/X]* 100






    For FY 2021-22

    X (In KL)

    Y(In KL)

    Non Revenue Water %

    13506340

    7179179

    46.84


  • DLI 7.2 - Number of additional people provided with sewerage services

    Note - calculation methodology and data details are as per PAD - PAD provides for annual measurement (Refer table on Pg 44-46), however this sheet has been 
    Calculation basis
     A: Number of additional people provided with sewerage services
    Bt: Number of sewerage connections serving both resident and tourist population
    C: Number of residents and tourists benefitted from each sewerage connection

    A = (Bt-Bt-1)*C
    (t is in Months, t-1 implies Previous Month)

    Table 1 - Measurement of indicator

    Head

    Unit

    FY 2021-22

    April

    May

    June

    July

    August

    September

    October

    November

    December

    January

    February

    March

    DLI 7.2: Number of additional people provided with sewerage services

    Number

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    18816

    13034

    15680

    5194

    2744

    1568

    Additional flow of sewage into STPs FY 2021-22

    MLD

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    24.15

    0.48

    1.03

    -0.19

    -1.14

    Additional flow of sewage into STPs (FY 2020-21

    MLD

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    22.40

    0.72

    0.28

    0.61

    0.18


    Components of the indicator
    Notes

    1. Access to sewerage services refers to a sewerage connection which is connected to the sewerage network
    2. A new connection would count towards achievement if it has been provided with sewerage services for at least 30 days in the year
    3. As per the formula, disbursements are linked to additional persons provided with sewage services compared to the prior project year 

    Table 2 - Data inputs - cells shaded yellow to be filled in by SJPNL

    Head

    Previous FY March

    FY 2021-22

    Apr

    May

    June

    July

    Aug

    Sep

    Oct

    Nov

    Dec

    Jan

    Feb

    Mar

    Bt: Number of sewerage connections serving both resident and tourist population

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    29152

    29285

    29445

    29498

    29526

    29542

    C: Number of residents and tourists benefitted from each sewerage connection (assumption as per PAD*)

    98

     

    * Each sewerage connection is assumed to benefit 98 residents and tourists, as per PAD Page 45, 68

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Volume of sewage (in MLD) received at STPs FY 2021-22

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    24.13

    24.77

    25.56

    25.50

    24.59

    Volume of sewage (in MLD) received at STPs FY 2020-21

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    22.40

    23.12

    23.40

    24.01

    24.19



    Table 3 - Data Input Sources

    Head

    Source

    Number of sewerage connections including any new connections on a monthly basis serving both resident and tourist population

    Office of AGM (Sewerage), SJPNL

    Day-wise record of sewage volumes received at STPs

    Office of AGM (Sewerage), SJPNL, as collated from all STPs