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Dyuthi 2.0

Dyuthi 2.0

Despite all the achievements in Dyuthi, KSEB Ltd as a distribution utility has enough scope to achieve standards of global competence in certain areas of performance, which the organization had envisaged to accomplish. The shortcomings observed were:-
Long periods of outages in certain areas during natural disasters, mainly due to snapping of high tension / low tension (HT/LT) conductors, damages to poles and other installations, inundation of crucial infrastructure, forced shutdowns to ensure safety during floods, etc.
Supply interruptions of short durations in one area for carrying out back feeding arrangements and switch-offs for supply restoration and for de-energisation of spur/branch lines etc. to other areas.
Change in prioritization and selection of areas/networks due to changes in local network requirements, mitigation activities, and slow progress of adopting new technologies like HT & LT Aerial Bunched Cables (ABC), delay/ stringent conditions for laying underground (UG) cables, Ring Main Units(RMU), Load break switches, etc. 

Considering the prevailing priorities in project formulation enunciated above, a comprehensive and realistic plan for the control period 2022 - 2027 is evolved with the following vision, goals and guidelines, accommodating the essential features and requirements of the ongoing Dyuthi scheme and the RDSS scheme proposed by the Government of India.


To have an absolutely reliable, efficient, resilient, accommodative, robust, safe, standard, and adequately adaptable distribution network of global standards.


  1. Enhance the reliability & quality of power supplied – ensure uninterrupted supply
  2. Improve energy efficiency & reduce system losses
  3. Ensure standard, resilient, and safe installations
  4. Ensure that the State remains totally electrified during the plan period
  5. Ensure hassle-free integration of renewables (green energy)
  6. Ensure a revamped, smart, technologically equipped, and adaptable network
  7. Facilitate the growth of electric mobility
  8. Ensure geo-mapping of all network assets

As part of the formation of the plan for the control period 2022 - 2027, the power zone/subzone/area was divided into the following six categories, depending on the nature of the terrain and the importance of the area involved.

  1. Coastal areas
  2. Hilly terrains / thickly vegetated areas
  3. Flood prone areas
  4. Waterlogged areas
  5. Critical areas (Towns / Cities / industrial areas / other areas where supply  redundancy is extremely critical)
  6. Plains/midland areas (Areas not included in the above categories)
  7. The power Zone level Planning and power Sub Zone level planning in the existing Dyuthi projects are continued in the Dyuthi 2.0 project. 


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