Energy and Petrochemicals Department is one of the administrative department of sachivalaya. The subjects assigned to the energy and petrochemicals department in rules of business and administrative set-up thereof has been mentioned respective in annexure A and annexure B. Energy and petrochemicals department contains hierarchy of a principal secretary as the head of department, three deputy secretaries, one director to rail movement and five under secretaries. The working of the department is divided in four branches, each headed by section officer i.e.class II Gazatted officer.
Department of Power, Arunachal Pradesh, is a State Government Department, assigned to carry out all the activities of Power Sector, enforced upon the relevant Acts and Rules of Electricity, Power and Energy, co-ordinate among all the power utilities and stake holders operating in the state and advice the State Government on all matters relating to Power, Electricity and Energy. The Department of Power also implements various Power Projects sanctioned and sponsored by the State and Central Governments. Hydro Power and Non-Conventional energy activities, under the domain of this department, are independantly functioning in the names of: Department of Hydro
Power Development (DHPD) and Arunachal Pradesh Energy Development Agency (APEDA).
Kerala State Electricity Board Ltd (KSEBLtd) is a public sector agency under the Government of Kerala, India, that generates,transmits and distributes the electricity supply in the state. Established in 1957, the agency comes under the authority of the Department of Power. Kerala State Electricity Board business in generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and striving to provide quality electricity at affordable cost to all classes of consumers in the state of Kerala.
The Energy Department in Andhra Pradesh is headed by Principal Secretary (Energy). The main functions of this Department are
Oversee the functioning of electricity, coal and boiler sectors in the State, Act as a nodal agency for supervising the functioning of these sectors and Direct all administrative matters/policy decisions related to these sectors.
The Power Transmission and Distribution Sector of J and K State is looked after by Power Development Department which is one of the department of J and K Government. This sector has seen significant growth since its formation. The Power Development Department (PDD) of Government of J and K was earlier responsible for generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in the state of J and K. Subsequently, the Power Development Corporation (JKPDC), a fully owned government company, was established in the year 1995, when the operation and maintenance of existing generating stations and setting up of future generating stations were entrusted to this corporation, few very small
diesel stations totaling 31.667 MW still remain with PDD, besides the transmission and distribution sector. The Department is meeting the
power requirement of the state.