India Power Corporation Limited, has been in the distribution business for more than a century now. It is one of the oldest, reliable, service oriented and customer friendly with a competitive pricing structure. IPCL serves various consumer segments ranging from Govt establishments, Industrial houses, Railways to domestic consumers spread across an area spanning 798 sq. kms. across Asansol Raniganj belt in West Bengal, India. The Company maintains one of the lowest T&D losses in the country which hovers around 3% despite its accelerated growth in LT business over the last couple of years, which is lower than the national benchmark, by continuously improving its operational efficiency. This has been achieved through a multi-pronged approach by maintaining better HT/LT ratio, HVDS layouts, multiple power sourcing points, IT interventions through Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Internet of Things (IoT) & Smart Metering based DT and PT monitoring, ongoing effort to digitize the consumer end-to-end, thereby operating on a near real time data to define, monitor, achieve, improve and control on the operational parameters thereby enhancing reliability and effectiveness of power supply.
India Power Corporation Ltd. (IPCL), formerly known as DPSC Limited, incorporated in 1919, is set to become India’s leading power generation and utility company. The company has actively forayed into a diversified portfolio, with renewable and conventional modes of power generation, distribution & power trading.
IPCL has been commissioned 1x12MW Thermal Power Plant on 25.09.2013 within the existing boundary of Dishergarh Power Station with AFBC Technology Boiler which was supplied by M/s Cheema Boiler Limited and Turbine was supplied by M/s Siemens Limited. The power generated from the plant is fed to Dishergarh Grid for supplying to IPCL licensing area.
12 MW Thermal Power Plant was set up only in an area of one acres approximately after demolition of 10 old boilers which were installed mid-20 th Century.
Project financed by IDBI Bank limited.
Existing Water Allocation (DVC) utilized for 12 MW Power Plant.
Evacuation through existing Grid Substation of Dishergarh to Licensing Area.
Environmental Clearance obtained from Dept. of Environment Govt. West Bengal Consent to Operate and renewals has been obtained from West Bengal Pollution Control Board.
Existing Factory License issued Directorate of Factory, Govt. of West Bengal in the year 1924 has been continued.
Boiler Steaming Certificate obtained from Directorate of Boiler, Govt. of West Bengal.
Electrical Charging Clearance obtained from Directorate of Electricity, Govt. of West Bengal.
In-principle investment approval obtained from West Bengal State Electricity Regulatory Commission.
COD is declared on 25.09.2013.