About CEA

Functional Areas
  1. Chairperson CEA

    Head of the organisation - Overall development of Power Sector in the country.

  2. Member (Planning)

    Formulation of national power policies; integrated resource planning; optimisation of resource utilization; formulation of short, medium & long term power plans; long and short term demand forecast & sensitivity studies; material and manpower planning; coal, oil & gas linkages to power projects; coal quantity and quality control; coordination of fuel oil/ liquid fuel supplies; surveys for power demand growth; identification and testing of co-lateral parameters for economic model for demand forecasting; collection, compilation and publication of statistics of Power Sector; securitisation of resources/fuel availability and fuel efficiency with the support of emerging technologies; pro-active technology forecasting approaches; research & development in Power Sector, co-ordination with multiple agencies involved in research and development activities, energy conservation; energy auditing; environmental aspects of thermal projects etc.

  3. Member (Hydro)

    Overall hydro power development in the country; concurrence of hydro-electric schemes; integrated planning for utilization of water resources; assessment of hydro potential; assistance to States on investigation and project report preparation; construction & investigation monitoring of hydro projects and suggesting remedial measures to problems involved; updating, development & evaluation of hydro technologies; environmental aspects of hydro projects; quality assurance plans & standardisation, design and engineering of hydro projects; renovation, modernisation & uprating of hydro stations; co-operation with neighbouring countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar for development of water resources for mutual benefits; etc.

  4. Member (Thermal)

    Overall thermal power development in the country; updating, development and evaluation of thermal technologies; design & engineering of thermal projects; quality assurance standards and plans; preparation of model documents and standards; thermal projects investigation & ash utilization; monitoring of construction & stabilization of thermal projects and suggesting remedial measures to problems involved; renovation, modernisation and life extension programmes etc.

  5. Member (Grid Operation & Distribution)

    Formulation of policies for safe, secure and economic operation of regional grids; integrated operation, control and co-ordination of five regional grids through Regional Power committees; monitoring of delivery of shares from Central Sector projects; intra and inter-regional exchange of power; emergency power assistance; energy accounting on daily and monthly basis; load generation balance and grid disturbance studies; grid code; tariff principles of bulk generation & transmission; monitoring of rural electrification; optimization of distribution network; work relating Accelerated Power Development & Reforms Programme (APDRP) including 100% metering, energy accounting, evaluation of benefits, quality control; matters relating to telecommunication in Power Sector; telecommunication data acquisition and software support; operation monitoring and performance review of thermal power stations; updating of maintenance procedures; generation data collection; performance analysis; maintenance monitoring etc.

  6. Member (Economic & Commercial)

    Economic evaluation of power policies and projects; appraisal of tariff; financial packages; financial parameters; Interest During Construction & completed cost; examination of bulk power tariff structure; performance of SEBs; scrutiny for import duty exemption; certification and foreign exchange release; co-ordination for externally aided schemes; examination of Power Purchase Agreements, advice on legal matters, Coordination for formulation of Regulations / Standards etc.

  7. Member (Power Systems)

    Planning and development of Transmission facilities consistent with national power plans; monitoring of rural electrification; Transmission & Distribution loss reduction; studies for the purpose of appraisal of transmission projects; transmission technology development; design & engineering; standardisation and preparation of model document; renovation and modernization of transmission schemes; construction monitoring of transmission projects; inspection of existing electrical installations in Union Territories and Central Government Departments; investigation of accidents on electrical installations and suggesting remedial measures for their minimization and prevention etc.

  8. Secretary CEA

    The Secretary, CEA appointed by the Authority with the approval of the Central Government under section 72 of Electricity Act 2003 assists in the discharge of CEA's statutory functions. The Secretary also assists the Chairperson in all matters pertaining to administration and technical matters including Human Resource Development and techno-economic appraisal & concurrence of power projects etc.

Organizational Chart of CEA
  1. Chairperson (Central Electricity Authority): Smt NEERJA MATHUR

  2. Member - Planning: Shri MAJOR SINGH
    1. Chief Engineer (Conservation and Efficiency)
    2. Chief Engineer (Data Management and Load Forcasting)
    3. Chief Engineer (Integrated Resource Planning)
    4. Chief Engineer (Operation Monitoring)
    5. Chief Engineer (Research and Development)
    6. Chief Engineer (Thermal Planning and Investigation)
    7. Regional Power Survey Offices (RPSO)
      1. RPSO (North)
      2. RPSO (South)
      3. RPSO (West)
      4. RPSO (East)
  3. Member - Hydro: Shri K.N.GARG
    1. Chief Engineer (Hydro Engineering Renovation and Modernization)
    2. Chief Engineer (Hydro Planning and Investigation)
    3. Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Monitoring)
    4. Chief Engineer (Hydro Engineering and Technology Development)
    5. Chief Engineer (Hydro Project Appraisal)
  4. Member - Thermal: Shri K.N.GARG
    1. Chief Engineer (Thermal Renovation and Modernization)
    2. Chief Engineer (Thermal Project Monitoring)
    3. Chief Engineer (Thermal Engineering and Technology Development)
    4. Chief Engineer (Thermal Civil Design)
  5. Member - Grid Operation and Distribution: Shri. P.K.PAHWA
    1. Chief Engineer (Grid Management)
    2. Chief Engineer (Operation Performance Monitoring)
    3. Chief Engineer (Distribution Planning and Development)
    4. Chief Engineer (Load Despatch and Telecommunication)
    5. Chief Engineer (Information Technology)
    6. Regional Power Committees (RPC)
      1. Member Secretary (Northern RPC)
      2. Member Secretary (Southern RPC)
      3. Member Secretary (Western RPC)
      4. Member Secretary (Eastern RPC)
      5. Member Secretary (North Eastern RPC)
  6. Member - Economic and Commercial: Dr. JAIPAL SINGH
    1. Chief Engineer (Financial and Cost Appraisal)
    2. Chief Engineer (Financial Study and Assistance)
    3. Chief Engineer (Legal)
    4. Economic Adviser (Economic Cell)
  7. Member - Power System: Shri MAJOR SINGH
    1. Chief Engineer (System Planning and Project Appraisal)
    2. Chief Engineer (Power System Project Mnitoring)
    3. Chief Engineer (System Engineering and Technology Development)
    4. Chief Engineer (Electrical Inspectorate)
    5. Regional Inspectorate Offices (RIO)
      1. Superintending Engineer (RIO North)
      2. Superintending Engineer (RIO South)
      3. Superintending Engineer (RIO East)
      4. Superintending Engineer (RIO West)
      5. Superintending Engineer (RIO North East)
  8. Secretary (CEA): Shri T.K.BARAI

  9. Management Representative (MR): Dr. PRABHAT MOHAN

  10. Chief Engineer (Coordination) & PIO of RTI Act 2005: Shri A.K.JAIN

  11. Chief Engineer (HRD):

  12. Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO): Shri S.D.Dubey

  13. Organogram of CEA

Certifications
  1. iso9001-2008ISO 9001:2008 Quality System certification for CEA

    For improving the quality of output and competency of the personnel of CEA, the Quality Management System (QMS) as per ISO 9001:2008 has been adopted by CEA since February 2010. Monthly, quarterly and half yearly Review meetings are prescribed in the Quality Manual on QMS are held in time in various divisions / wings at the level of Chief Engineers, Members and Chairperson (CEA). The BIS conducts surveillance audit once in a year for all wings for continuance of ISO certification.

  2. iso27001-2005ISO 27001:2005 certification for CEA Data Centre

    For ensuring sustained confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data stored in the servers of CEA data center, set of guidelines comprising of Information Security Management System (ISMS) policies has been adopted by Central Electricity Authority. The ISO 27001:2005 audit has been conducted by M/s TUV India for CEA Data Centre.

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