Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd. was constituted after unbundling of Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) in Dec 2004 through State Power Sector Reform Programme under the provision of Electricity Act’2003. The certificate of commencement of business was obtained w.e.f. 29th April 2004. The final Transfer scheme was implemented in August 2005 with a new Company Balance Sheet w.e.f. April 2005. The company is mainly responsible for maximum energy generation to meet up the energy demand in the state.


Availability of reliable and quality power at competitive rates and on a sustainable basis.


To provide environment friendly, quality and reliable power to all sections of the society, by creating a value based, customer centric, employee oriented organization, with an aim to enhance the standard of life of the society in which the organization operates.


  1. Operation & Maintenance of all existing Power Generation Plants & electrical system infrastructure associated with evacuation of power within the power station.
  2. Completion of on-going Power Projects so approved by Govt. of Assam (GoA) and arrangement of necessary power evacuation in co-ordination with Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Ltd.
  3. Renovation & Modernisation (R&M) of existing Power Stations in the State of Assam to ensure reliable power generation.
  4. To implement the energy policy of the State so set by Govt. of Assam.
  5. To acquire financial support for capacity addition in Power Generation from GoA.
  6. To obtain GoI clearances and approvals for power projects through Govt. of Assam.
  7. To acquire land for establishing power projects in support of the Power Dept., GoA.
  8. To adhere to the Regulatory Framework.
  9. To conduct Energy Audit in all Power Stations of APGCL as per Energy Conservation Act, 2001 and to takeremedial measures to curb energy waste if any.


  1. Adequate availability of power by developing new Power Projects.
  2. Human Resources Development /Management -Reduction of Establishment cost.
  3. To avoid cost and time overruns on the schemes under execution through effective monitoring Systems.
  4. Best practices for Repair & Maintenance (R&M) of Power Houses & Electrical Infrastructure to improve quality and reliability of power.
  5. Other Mandatory Objectives.