User ID :
Password :
Activity :

New User ? Sign Up
 
Forgot Password?
 
Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited

Uttaranchal, the 27th State of India was created on 9th November 2000 as the 10th Himalayan State of the country blessed with the natural and mineral resources in abundance and poised to be a 20000 MW HYDRO POWER HUB of India in the future.

Uttarakhand Power Corporation Ltd (UPCL) formerly Uttaranchal Power Corporation Ltd was incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 on February 12, 2001 consequent upon the formation of the State of Uttarachal. UPCL, has been entrusted to cater to the Transmission & Distribution Sectors inherited after the de merger from UPPCL (erstwhile UPSEB) since 1st April 2001. The Electricity Act. 2003 mandated the separation of Transmission functions under Power Sector Reforms. On 1st June 2004, the Power Transmission Corporation Limited (PTCUL) was formed to maintain & operate 132 KV & above Transmission Lines & substations in the State. Today UPCL, the State Power Distribution Utility of the Government of Uttaranchal (GoU) caters to the Sub Transmission & Distribution Secondary Substations & Distribution Lines 66 KV & below in the State.

UPCL looks forward to a committed participation from a Team of professionals always striving for performance excellence with new innovative technologies to strengthen the Power Distribution Infrastructure of the STATE in Seamless Integration with Generation & Transmission Utilities for the Socio economic development.. A comprehensive POWER EVACUATION PLAN is underway with construction of new 33/11 KV Substations in the State.

 
 
 

Click to view latest circulars / Formats/Manual

Install the DWF Viewer
to view AutoCad
drawing files.
To View PDF files,
download and Install the
Adobe Acrobat Reader.
 
Best viewed with Internet Explorer Version 7, 8 and 9 with a resolution of 1024x768
This site uses highly secure 128/256-bit encryption and is certified by DigiCert as a secure and trusted site.
Terms & Conditions | Disclaimer | Glossary of terms