Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board
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October 1st, 2010
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Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited

The Company has been incorporated as a part of the implementation of the power sector reform in Madhya Pradesh initiated by the Government of Madhya Pradesh.

  • The Company has taken over the Generation activities of MPSEB.
  • The Company is a public company fully owned by Govt. of M.P.
  • The Company was incorporated on 22.11.2001.
  • The Company obtained the Certificate of Commencement of Business on 16-07-2002.
  • The Registered office of the Company is at Shakti-Bhawan, Rampur,  Jabalpur.
  • The Authorized Capital of the Company at present is Rs. 10,000 Cr. (Ten ThousandCrore) divided into 10,000,00,000 Shares of Rs.100 each.
  • The issued, subscribed and paid up capital is Rs.2,865,84,64,400 (Rs. Two Thousand  Eight Hundred Sixty Five  Crores Eighty Four Lacs Sixty Four Thousand Four Hundred only) divided into 28,65,84,644 shares of Rs.100 each.
  • The Govt. of MP vide Gazett Notification (Extraordinary) No. 226 notified order no. 3679/ FRS/ 18/13/2002 Dtd. 31-05-2005 to give effect to the reorganization of the Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board. The Para2(a) of the said order is reproduced below :

“With effect from 01.06.2005 (the effective date) the function of Generation of electricity as specified in schedule A to the Transfer Scheme Rules, 2003, shall be conducted and shall be carried on by Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited as its own business and not as an agent of or on behalf of the Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board”

  • The opening balance sheet of Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited as on 31.05.2005 has also been notified
  • Accordingly, the Company has started functioning independently, from 01-06-2005.

INSTALLED CAPACITY ( 30-6-2010)
SL.No. Power Station Installed Capacity (MW) M P SHARE
(MW)
1 Amarkantak II (2×120 MW) 240 240
2 Amarkantak Extn (210 MW) 210 210
3 Satpura I (5×62.5 MW) 312.5 187.5
4 Satpura II (200+210 MW) 410 410
5 Satpura III (2×210 MW) 420 420
6 Sanjay Gandhi, Birsinghpur -I (2×210 MW) 420 420
7 Sanjay Gandhi Birsinghpur -II (2×210 MW) 420 420
8 Sanjay Gandhi Birsinghpur -Extn (1×500 MW) 500 500
Thermal Power Station 2932.5 2807.5
1 Gandhi Sagar(5×23 MW) 115 57.5
2 Pench,Totladoh(2×80 MW) 160 107
3 Rani Awanti Bai Bargi (2×45 MW) 90 90
4 Ban Sagar I Tons(3×105 MW) 315 315
5 Birsinghpur(1×20 MW) 20 20
6 Rajghat (3×15 MW) 45 22.5
7 Ban Sagar II Silpara(2×15 MW) 30 30
8 Bansagar -III  Deolond (3×20 mW) 60 60
9 Bansagar -IV  Jhinna (2×10 MW) 20 20
10 Madhikheda (3×20 MW) 60 60
Jawaharsagar & Ranapratapsagar Station of Rajasthan (99MW & 172 MW), 50% of 271MW —- 135.5
Hydro Power Station 915 917.5
Total 3847.5 3725

Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited(MPPTCL)

Under Power Sector Reform Programme, Government of Madhya Pradesh has unbundled the M.P. State  Electricity Board into five  wholly owned State Government Companies, out of which one each has been independently  assigned Electricity Generation and Transmission functions and the balance three are Distribution companies responsible for electricity distribution in their respective jurisdiction. The transmission company thus formed is named as   Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited.


Madhya Pradesh Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Limited

  • The Government of Madhya Pradesh vide order dated 1st July, 02 has incorporated Madhya Pradesh Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Limited as a wholly owned Government of Madhya Pradesh Corporations under the Companies Act, 1956 to undertake activities of distribution and retail supply for and on behalf of Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board in the areas covered by the Commissionaires of Indore and Ujjain.
  • Govt. of MP proposed a transient phase in which the assets and liabilities would continue to be serviced by the Board, with only the operational activities being vested onto this new Company. Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission in the order dated 16th July, 02 has granted approval to this Operation and Management arrangement for facilitating the process of reform and reorganization and bringing in economy and efficiency in the operational activities of electricity sector.
Commercial Parameter – FY06-07
Total Number of Consumers 2489928
Total Load  in MW 3812
Total Sales  in MU 8079.40
Total Revenue Rs. in Corers 2,749.79
Average Tariff Rs. per Unit 2.16
Agr. and Dom. Sales as % of total Sales 31% and 18%
H.T. Sales as % of Total Sales 33%

Madhya Pradesh Poorv Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company Limited

  • The Government of Madhya Pradesh vide order dated 1st July, 02 has incorporated Madhya Pradesh Poorv Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company Limited as a wholly owned Government of Madhya Pradesh Corporations under the Companies Act, 1956 to undertake activities of distribution and retail supply for and on behalf of Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board in the areas covered by the Commissionaires of Jabalpur, Sagar and Rewa.
  • Go MP proposed a transient phase in which the assets and liabilities would continue to be serviced by the Board, with only the operational activities being vested onto this new Company. Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission in the order dated 16th July, 02 has granted approval to this Operation and Management arrangement for facilitating the process of reform and reorganization and bringing in economy and efficiency in the operational activities of electricity sector.
  • Poorv Kshetra encompasses an area served by 59,489 kms of HT and 1,02,231 km of LT distribution network. The size of the  administrative set-up is as below
Number of Regions 3
Number of Circles 13
Number of Divisions 39
Number of Sub-divisions 189
Number of Distribution Centers 368
Number of Fuse Call Centers 1,888

Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Limited (MPMKVVCL)

Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company Limited (MPMKVVCL) was incorporated as a wholly owned Government Company on 31st May 2002, under the Companies Act 1956, the same has been notified vide order No. 5555/RS/4/13/2001 dated 1st July, 2002 of the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The Company undertakes the activities of distribution and retail supply  in the areas covered by the Commissionaries of Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Gwalior and Chambal.

The Company obtained certificate of commencement of business on 16th July 2002 from Registrar of Companies, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh, Gwalior.

Subsequently vide Government of Madhya Pradesh notification No. 3679/FRS/18/13/2002 dated 31.05.2005, the Company has been provided functional autonomy with effect from 01.06.2005.

Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission

The Electricity Regulatory Commission’s Act, 1998 (No. 14 of 1998) came into force w.e.f. 25th April, 1998, which provides for establishment of CERC and SERCs with the objectives of rationalization of tariff of electricity, to promote competition, efficiency and economy in electricity industry, to regulate the operation of power system, to sets standards, regulate the working of licensees, etc., with an over all objectives of improving the financial health of SEBs/ Electricity Utilities but keeping into consideration, the interest of the consumers. The Madhya Pradesh Vidyut Sudhar Adhiniyam, 2000 (No. 4 of 2001) has been enacted on 20.2.2001.  The State Government has notified 3rd July, 2001 as the date from which the said Adhiniyam shall have to come in force consequently the State Electricity Regulatory Commission constituted under Section 17 of the Central Act is deemed to have been constituted under State Act and thereby all the provisions of State Act shall apply to the Commission.

The Electricity Act 2003 (No. 36 of 2003) enacted by parliament has come into force w.e.f. 10th June 2003 and the Commission is now deemed to have been constituted and functioning under the provisions of Electricity Act 2003.

Salient provisions of the Electricity Act are:

(a)  Exemption from license in case of electricity generation
(b)  Open access in electricity transmission
(c)  License for electricity trade,
(d)  Arrangement of license for laying lines for private transmission
(e)  Promotion of competition by allowing presence of more than one distribution company in one area of supply and to
(f)  Ensure electricity supply to the consumers on minimum standards,
(g)  Provision for establishment of Tribunals in place of High Court  for appeal against the orders of the Commission etc

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