Department of Industrial and Management Engineering (IME) Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
About MSERC
Establishment:

Established in accordance with the provisions of the Electricity Act, 2003, the Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission is a statutory body responsible for licensing transmission, distribution and trade of electricity along with fixation of tariff, regulation of procurement and creation of a consumer-friendly grievance settlement framework in Meghalaya. One of the key roles the Commission is encourage competition and to provide a platform for prospective investors in the power sector to improve the efficiency and quality of service. In this context the Commission is also empowered to advise the Government on policy.

One of the key roles the Commission is encourage competition and to provide a platform for prospective investors in the power sector to improve the efficiency and quality of service. In this context the Commission is also empowered to advise the Government on policy.

Commission’s Profile & Structure -
S.noDesignationName
1.ChairpersonShri P.W. Ingty, I.A.S. (Retd.)
2.SecretaryShri J. B. Poon, F.I.E
3.Member (Law)Shri Roland Keishing
4.Finance and Accounts OfficerSmt. M. Synrem
5.OmbudsmanShri. S. J. Laloo, Retd. Chief Engineer, MePGCL
6.Consultant (Finance)Shri. P. A. Sawian
7.Consultant (Technical)Shri. E. Slong

The sector-wise and resource wise share of installed capacity in the Jharkhand has been provided in the following table. All these values are in MW, and as on 31st August, 2020.

MSERC Snaphot of power sector
Key Statistics:
Installed Capacity -

The sector-wise and resource wise share of installed capacity in the Jharkhand has been provided in the following table. All these values are in MW, and as on 31st August, 2020.

SectorThermalHydroRESNuclearGrand Total
CoalLigniteGasDieselThermal Total
State0000032232.530354.53
Private00000013.92013.92
Sub-Total0000032246.450368.45
Share of Renewables -

Breakup of RE in Jharkhand has been provided in the following table. All these values are in MW, and as on 14th September, 2020

Small Hydro PowerWind PowerBio-PowerSolar PowerTotal Capacity
32.53013.800.1246.45
Consumers -

Category wise number of consumers for each DISCOM has been listed below:

S. No.Consumer CategoryNo. of Consumers
LT Category
1.Domestic4,23,589
2.Commercial28,170
3.Industrial839
4.Agriculture23
5.Public Lighting57
6.Water Supply369
7.General Purpose2,481
8.Kutir Jyoti86,779
9.Crematorium1
HT Category
10.Domestic87
11.Water Supply32
12.Bulk Supply169
13.Commercial20
14.Industrial129
EHT Category
15.Industrial6
Total5,42,980
Energy Sale -
S. No.ParticularsEnergy Sales (MU) (FY-21)
1.Domestic LT436.62
2.Commercial LT67.42
3.General Purpose29.71
4.Industrial LT5.06
5.Water Supply LT14.04
6.Kutir Jyoti34.03
7.Public Lighting1.02
8.Agricultural0.10
9.Crematorium0.21
10.Commercial HT31.60
11.Domestic HT20.68
12.Industrial HT141.65
13.Water Supply HT24.07
14.Bulk Supply82.50
15.EHT-Industries173.64
16.Assam-
Total1,062.34
Average Cost of Supply -
UtilitiesFY 16FY 17FY 18FY 19FY 20
MePDCL5.785.465.567.667.80
Latest Documents
Orders
TARIFF ORDERS -
Officers Contact
Serial Number Name Designation
1 Shri. Roland Keishing Member (Law)
2 Shri. J. B. Poon Secretary
3 Smti. M. Synrem Finance and Accounts Officer
4

Shri. S. J. Laloo, Retd. Chief Engineer, MePGCL

Ombudsman
5 Shri. P. A. Sawian Consultant (Finance) 
6 Shri. E. Slong Consultant (Technical)
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