BSES stands for Bombay Suburban Electric Supply, a major private sector power utility enterprise under the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group. It is also known as Reliance Energy, one of the leading conglomerates in India. Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, the chairman of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group and richest family in India and one of the richest in the world, is heading this largest private sector energy company with its corporate headquarters at Mumbai, Maharashtra.
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Bombay Suburban Electricity Supply was established in 2002. The Reliance energy changed its name to Reliance Infrastructure in April 2008.
This power company generates power, runs transmission, and distributes business in the states of Goa, Andhra Pradesh, and many parts of Maharashtra. It is the sole electricity distributor to consumers in the suburbs of Mumbai.
BSES also distributes power in Delhi. Since July 2002, after being privatised, they have been supplying energy in the national capital region. There are about 28.34 lakh customers i.e., two-thirds of existing population living in Delhi.
The company is also running BSES Kerala Power Limited (BKPL), a 165MW aggregated cycle power plant. It is situated in Kochi. This commercial operation of this power plant was started on 23rd November 2001.
The company is constructing a 5,500-MW gas generation power plant in Dadri, in the state of Uttar Pradesh and a 6,660-MW coal fired power plant in Sasan, Madhya Pradesh. Its other projects in pipeline are: 280MW Urthing Sobla Hydro Power Project in Uttarakhand and two power project of 1,700MW in Arunachal Pradesh.
Reliance Infrastructure is constructing about five airports in Maharashtra viz. Latur Airport, Baramati Airport, Osmanabad Airport, Yavatmal airport and Guru Gobind Singhji Airport – Nanded. They also open for new airport projects in India and Asia.
With Hyundai Engineering, Reliance Infrastructure has formed a joint venture to build the Worli-Haji Ali Bridge.
BSES is also operating consumer grievance reddressal Centre.
Aggrieved Consumers can dial toll free number – 1800 200 3030
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To remain connected round the clock 365 days a year, BSES is also available at its toll free number, 1-800-200-300. Speak to the customer support team at any time to receive immediate action to ease the cause of your complaints.
Author: Rajat Bhatia
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