Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Thermal : 110.74 (MU)
Hydel : 8.21 (MU)
Daily Reservoir Levels
Generation during 2012-13 (April-March)
Generation during 2013-14 (April-March)
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List Of Candidates Provisionally Selected For The Post Of JPA
Estt. – APGENCO – ES – Certain Asst. Engineers(Mechl.)/Addl. Asst. Engineers(Mechl.) – Promotion and posting as Assistant Divisional Engineers(Mechl.) – Orders – Issued. G.O.O.No. 09 /CGM(Adm.)/2014 Date: 03 .04.2014.
Estt. - APGENCO - ES - Certain Asst. Engineers(Civil) - Promotion and posting as Assistant Executive Engineers(Civil) - Orders - Issued. G.O.O.No. 07 /CGM(Adm.)/2014, Date: 03. 04.2014
Estt. – APGENCO – ES – Certain Assistant Engineers (Elecl.) – Promotion and posting as Assistant Divisional Engineers(Elecl.) – Orders – Issued. G.O.O.No.08 /CGM(Adm.)/2014, Date: 03. 04.2014.
N.Sagar Tail Pond HES
Pulichinthala Hydro Electric Project
Kakatiya Thermal Power Project Stage-II
Rayalaseema Thermal power Project - Stage-IV
Lower Jurala Hydro Electric Project
IGCC Plant at Dr.NTTPS (1X182 MW)
Sattupally TPS (1X600 MW)
Vadarevu TPP Stage-I (2x800 MW)
Srikakulam TPS (3x800 MW)
Polavaram HEP (12x80 MW)
Pulivendula Nuclear Power Plant (2X1000 MW)
Andhra Pradesh Power Development Company Ltd, A Joint venture company of APGENCO.
The Power Generating company of Andhra Pradesh
Installed Capacity 8924.9 MW
Third Largest Power Utility in India
APGENCO's Hydel Installed Capacity Second Highest in India
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To be the best power utility in the country and one of the best in the world.
To spearhead accelerated power development by planning and implementing new power projects.
To generate adequate and reliable power most economically, efficiently and eco-friendly.
To implement Renovation and Modernisation of all existing units and enhance their performance.
APGENCO record daily generation - 157.735 MU on 24.09.2013, highest since inception
Thermal Generation - 25678 MU, highest since inception
APGENCO bags “THE INDIA POWER AWARD 2012” for “OVERALL UTILITY PERFORMANCE GENERATION”
Kothagudem Stage-V, Unit- 9 & 10 (500MW) of APGENCO received Consolation award for the year 2009-10 in the category of performance of Thermal Power Stations.
APGENCO bagged the award for "OVERALL UTILITY PERFORMANCE - GENERATION" third time since the introduction of the India Power Awards by Council of Power Utilities"
APGENCO bags THE INDIA PRIDE AWARD-2011 under the category “STATE PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS (ELECTRICITY AND POWER)”.
FAPCCI Excellence Award 2009-2010 is presented to APGENCO for Excellence in Industrial Productivity.
National Award for Meritorious Performance in Power sector under the category of Thermal Power Stations
performance for the year 2008-09.
APGENCO BAGS THE INDIA POWER AWARD-2009 FOR OVERALL UTILITY PERFORMANCE IN THERMAL GENERATION
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2013-14
APGENCO has achieved annual generation of 41959 MU during 2013-14
Highest generation achieved by APGENCO is 42256 MU during 2011-12.
APGENCO contribution to AP Power grid is 38813 MU (43.8%) during 2013-14.
Highest contribution by APGENCO so far is 39096 MU during 2011-12.
Thermal power stations have achieved annual generation of 34795 MU during 2013‑14.
Highest thermal annual generation is 37934 MU during 2012-13.
APGENCO Thermal power stations achieved 78% PLF against All India Average PLF of 65.6%.
Overhaul of 23 Thermal Units (4530 MW) got completed during 2013-14 against 20 Units (3672MW) during 2012-13. Excess loss of generation due to overhauls is about 860 MU.
About 1149 MU was backed down at thermal stations as per the instructions of Load Dispatch Centre during 2013-14.
Generation from Hydro power stations is 7162 MU during 2013-14 against 3226 MU achieved during 2012‑13 owing to good inflows into all major reservoirs.
Srisailam reservoir received about 820 TMCft during 2013-14 against 196 TMCft during 2012-13.
Solar PV unit established at Jurala by APGENCO has once again generated 1.7 MU during 2013‑14 against guaranteed energy of 1.4 MU per annum.
Performance over the previous years at glance
Thermal plants are major source of power generation
Power is generated by harnessing the force of fast moving water
Power Generation from Thermal Plant
Power Generation from Hydel Plant
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The First Unit of Sri Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Thermal Power Station (2x800 MW) Krishnapatnam is synchronised with State Power Grid at 22:29 Hrs. on 31-03-2014, a great stride by APGENCO.
ERP-SHAKTHI-Roll out-GoLive-Photos at Machkund Hydro Electric Scheme-Reg.
ERP- SHAKTHI- RollOut Go Live at Priyadarshini Jurala Hydro Electric Project - Photos- Reg.
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