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Power Development in Jammu and a Kashmir has a long and distinguished history. The 2x4.5 MW Mohra Hydro electric plant was developed as early as in 1905. The estimated hydel potential in J&K is more than 20000 MW, of which projects for 16200 MW have already been identified. In order to harness this potential in a sustained manner, the Government of J&K established the Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation Limited (JKSPDCL) which has been incorporated as a Private Limited company on 16.02.1995. The Corporation was incorporated to takeover, execute, complete, operate and maintain all power stations and power projects of the State. The assets of all the power projects in the State, both existing and under implementation were transferred to the Corporation. The Corporation presently has 18 hydroelectric projects with installed capacity of 304.70MW located in various districts of Jammu & Kashmir. In addition, the Corporation has Gas Turbines based on HSD with installed capacity of  175 MW at Pampore near Srinagar. Further, 2 hydro-electric are nearly completion with a capacity of 2.61 MW, besides in 2 power projects additional units of 2 MW are being added. The Corporation is executing 450 MW Baglihar Stage-I Hydroelectric Project in Doda district. In accordance with the State Hydel Policy notified by the Power Development Department, Government of Jammu & Kashmir on 09.10.2003, JKSPDC has allotted 10 small HEPs with a total capacity of 105 MWs under IPP phase-I. which are in execution.


  Organizational Structure    


  •      Board of Directors having ten Directors.

  •      Corporate headquarters at Srinagar with Camp Office at Jammu.

  •      5 Chief Engineers with their respective offices.

  •      3 Chief Project Engineers with respective offices.

  •      1 Senior Geologist with  two Geological Divisions.

  •      4 Superintending Engineers with their respective offices.

  •      9 Financial Units headed by CP&AOs.

  •      3 Collectors.

  •      48 Divisions headed by Executive Engineers