Category: Central Ministry, Department and Regulatory AuthorityRef Id: #299443
Central Electricity Authority
Central Electricity Authority (CEA) is a statutory body constituted under the erstwhile electricity (Supply) act, 1948, hereinafter replaced by the electricity act 2003, where similar provisions exists, the office of the CEA is an attached office of the ministry of power. The CEA is responsible for the technical coordination and supervision of programmes and is also entrusted with a number of statutory functions.
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