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POWER INFOBANK (Directory of Key Executives of the Power industry)
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Result(s) found: 911
DEPARTMENT OF POWER, ARUNACHAL PRADESH    (#299413)
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).
0360-2290608,
Itanagar / Arunachal Pradesh
ENERGY DEPARTMENT, BIHAR    (#299370)
The department through its Electric Works Department carries out and maintains the internal electricity system in the government buildings of the State. Under the provisions of the electricity act, 2003 and Indian electricity rules, 1956 the department has established the Electrical Inspectorate to carry out inspection of electrical installations and oversee public safety with regard to electricity and settle disputes regarding electricity supply system.
0612-2504158, 2507734
Patna / Bihar
DEPARTMENT OF POWER TRIPURA    (#299383)
The Power Supply industry in Tripura was under the control of the Department of Power, Government of Tripura till 31st December 2004. The department of power, government of tripura was entrusted with Generation, Transmission, and Distribution including Rural Electrification since inception. The Department of Power had remained a beneficiary constituent of North Eastern Regional Electricity Board. Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited had started functioning w.e.f 1st January 2005. Subsequently TSECL has taken over the entire existing network along with asset of erstwhile Department of Power for operating and maintaining the power supply industry in the State of Tripura. The State has a Population of 31.91 Lakhs as per 2001 census and spread over 10,486 sq. km. in 4 districts comprising of 4 major towns and 870 villages. The state is predominantly agrarian with few small scale industries.
0381-2318001,
Agartala / Tripura
ENERGY AND POWER DEPARTMENT, SIKKIM    (#299369)
Foundation of Power sector was laid on 27th May 1927 with the commissioning of first Micro Hydel project at Ranikhola near Gangtok with the installed capacity of 50 KW. During this era, activities under power sector in Sikkim were not at all significant. Till the year 1954, operation and maintenance of power supply system were managed with the help of a foreman and an electrician, under the supervision of Sikkim Public Works Department. In the year 1957, keeping in view of growing demand for electricity and as a standby measure, a Diesel power house was established and commissioned at Gangtok with a capacity of 257 KW. Following this development one more 150 KW SKODA Diesel generating set was added in this Diesel Power House. The year 1974 witnessed an important historical event in Sikkim. Following a Political upheaval Sikkim joined the mainstream of the Indian Union on May 16th 1975 as the 22nd state of India. Ever since Sikkim became a part of India there has been all round development in the state. Since then the sector has achieved the tremendous mileage in terms of installed capacity coupled with the Transmission Distribution networks virtually connecting the every household in Sikkim. Sikkim with its picturesque landscape and amazing terrain has some of swiftest rivulets system has a huge power potential.
03592-202244,202601
Gangtok / Sikkim
ENERGY DEPARTMENT, KARNATAKA    (#299373)
Electrical Supply Companies and corporation: 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 Limited (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. The distribution companies were formed to distribute power in Karnataka. There are: Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (BESCOM) Mangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (MESCOM) Hubli Electricity Supply Company Limited (HESCOM) Gulbarga Electricity Supply Company Limited (GESCOM) Chamudeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation Limited (CESCO) Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL)
080-22256971, 22034648
Bengaluru / Karnataka
DEPARTMENT OF POWER, MIZORAM    (#299389)
The Power and Electricity Department was created in the year 1975 with the superintending engineer under the state PWD till its separation in the early 1980. Before creating a circle, all the activities related to power development and its distribution within Mizoram were looked after by the Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) till March, 1975. The department attained its directorate level (full fledged) status in 1983 with the creation of chief engineer post. In 2008, the post of Engineer-in-Chief was created as the Head of the Department. The department is functioning as an integrated utility and responsible for generation, transmission, distribution and despatching of electric power supply within the state of Mizoram. It is also responsible for the promotion, development and maintenance of power distribution cetwork including provision of adequate and reliable power supply in Mizoram.
0389-2351170,
Aizawl / Mizoram
DEPARTMENT OF POWER, ASSAM    (#299411)
The Department of Power (Electricity), Government of Assam is primarily responsible for providing adequate and quality power to the people of the state. To achieve this objective, the department formulates policies and programmes and monitors implementation thereof to achieve the objective of providing power to the state. The Department provides a legal and policy framework for smooth functioning of the delivery system and coordinated development of the power sector in the state.
0361-2224711,
Guwahati / Assam
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