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Distribution and Rural Electrification
TEECL forayed into the distribution sector and rural electrification in 2004 following the introduction of APDRP scheme in 2000. The Company executed large rural and urban distribution packages worth more than Rs. 800 crores covering three districts in Assam, six districts in Bihar and Maharashtra.
Besides providing distribution solutions under the APDRP scheme, the Company also executes rural electrification projects under the Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY). The Company executed electrification projects covering 2500 villages, 1,00,000 households and 1,00,000 consumers.
Our Edge
  Prior experience in the power sector
  Experience of the execution of projects in diverse terrains
  Dedicated team of engineers and field staff in the area of project execution
  Strong project management team for timely project execution
  Multiple vendor base for quality material supply
Services Provided (Distribution)
   Turnkey execution of overhead lines (11 kv/33 kv)
  Reconductoring existing overhead lines
  Supply and installation of distribution transformers
  Supply of all auxiliary equipment
  Execution of associated civil and structural works
Services Provided (Rural Electrification)
  Supply, test, transport, construction, erection, testing and commissioning of overhead lines (11 kv/33 kv)
  Installation of distribution transformers
  Turnkey execution of rural electricity infrastructure and household electrification including execution of associated civil works
  Supply of all auxiliary equipment
  Execution of associated civil and structural works
Signature Projects
Project : APDRP for Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB)
Location : Guwahati, Assam
Customer :  Government of India
Scope :  Installation and revamping of substations
Value :  Rs. 500 million
Scheduled commissioning :  Within schedule
Actual commissioning :  January 2008
This is an over Rs 500-million APDRP Project (Accelerated Power Development & Revamping Project) under the Government of India’s scheme for Guwahati under ASEB. The work scope comprised augmentation/renovation of 11 33/11 KV substations aggregating 80 MVA, addition of new 110 250 KVA distribution transformers, revamping of 616 DTs, construction of 13 km of 33 KV lines, 40 km of 11 KV lines and 20 km of LT lines along with the revamping of 20 km 33 KV, 60 km of 11 KV and 72 km of LT lines.
This project was completed within 18 months in congested city areas, despite a long monsoon and shut down. This was a first high value package of a similar nature containing all elements of public power distribution undertaken by us. The Company achieved this through meticulous planning and resource availability, proper shutdown programme, winning the heart and confidence of consumers, who declared TEECL as the best performer of APDRP projects and awarded two similar packages for Silchar and North Lakhimpur. This also enhanced power supply and according to a survey, the consumer’s overall satisfaction increased from 4% to 50% in 18 months.