ABOUT US

NEEPCO  has been a trusted power generation company  in the North Eastern region of India  and beyond since 1976, working closely with the Ministry of Power and the north eastern states to act in their best interest in tapping the enormous power potential of the region and the country.

We pride ourselves with:

  • operating the largest Hydro Power Plant in N.E. Region of India
  • being the only CPSU having Hydro and Thermal Power Stations in operation
  • having exposure to construction & operation of Hydro projects in highly difficult and Geo-Technically sensitive terrain of N.E. Region.

Incorporated in 1976 to plan, investigate, design, construct, generate, operate & maintain power stations in the North Eastern Region of India under the Ministry of Power, Government of India, NEEPCO is  conferred with the Schedule A Miniratna Category-I CPSE status and operates 6 hydro, 3 thermal and 1 solar power stations with a combined installed capacity of 1347MW. NEEPCO has 2 power projects under development which include 110 MW Pare HEP and 600 MW Kameng HEP which is scheduled for commissioning within the financial year 2018-19.

With its Corporate Office is located in  Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, NEEPCO  is equipped with a wealth of construction and operations experience and our human resource is  committed to  harness the huge power potential of the country with minimal impact on the environment .

Vision

To be a leading integrated Electric Power Company of the country with a strong environment conscience.

Mision

To harness the huge power potential of the country, from conventional and non-conventional sources, with minimal impact on the environment through a planned development of power generation projects by an integrated approach covering all aspects of investigation, planning, design construction, operation and maintenance of power projects, which in turn would effectively promote the development of the nation as a whole.

Objectives

For fulfillment of its mission, NEEPCO has set the following objectives  commensurate with the aims, programmes and policies of the government evolved from time to time:

  • Development of Hydro/Thermal/Renewable Projects
  • To ensure optimum utilization of installed capacity so as to achieve maximum generation, optimum machine availability and high Plant Load Factor
  • To make full efforts in the realization of outstanding dues from the beneficiaries in order to bring down the sundry debts.
  • Adoption of improved technologies for power generation
  • To improve the Quality Management System (ISO: 9001, OHSAS18001 and ISO 14001) ISO Certification as on 31.08.2016
  • Preparation of DPRs for new schemes with emphasis on minimizing geological surprises