In the year 1999, Karnataka embarked on a major reform of the power sector. As a first step, Karnataka Electricity Board (KEB) was dissolved and in its place, the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd (KPTCL) was incorporated. This was followed by the constitution of Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) in November 1999. In the next phase of the reform process, the
transmission and distribution business managed by KPTCL were unbundled in June 2002. Four new distribution companies were formed to
distribute power in Karnataka. Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd (BESCOM) has taken over the responsibility from KPTCL for the
distribution of electricity in 8 districts and commenced its operations from 1st June 2002.
The company manufacture and supply professional lighting systems to manufacturers and brand owners in the lighting industry.They focus on the manufacturer, specifier and retail markets enables us to produce cost effective products, designed specifically for today's lighting environment. The ability to manufacture precision light fixtures and their optical controllers begins with a complete understanding of our customer concepts and requirements.
The company was established in the year 2003. They are a professional manufacturers and suppliers of biomass gasifier.
The company was incorporated in the year 1972 and used to manufacture DC Motors and Thyristor control panels. They are pioneers manufacture of kapton, polyimide covered copper conductor.
The company has had modest roots when the company was established as press metal corporation, a partnership firm in 2003. As a conventional machining and fabrication shop they used to work with lathe machines and power presses. This experience spread over six years fortified their engineering prowess from the very grass roots.
The company was established in 1986. They are into oil filtration and transformer repair.
The Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission was constituted on 12th November, 1998 under provisions of Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998. The Commission has come under the purview of the Electricity Act, 2003, as the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 has since been repealed. GERC has the mandate to regulate the Electricity Sector in the state of Gujarat in a transparent, effective and efficient manner so as to safeguard the interests of consumers. The Commission has introduced a system of regular interactions with the stakeholders in the Electricity Sector through meetings of the State Advisory Committee, the Co-ordination Forum of all the power utilities in the State, and the Consumer Grievance Redressal Forums, to address the issues relating to consumers as well as the electricity supply industry. GERC has been taking effective steps in promoting renewable sources of energy.