IndiaIdeas is working with leading companies committed to providing
exceptional customer service and delivering world-class bill management
Billers of BillDesk use IndiaIdeas' technical expertise and relationships
to streamline their bill presentment and collection process. We are
proud of our partnerships with these organizations.
APCPDCL- Andhra Pradesh Central Power Distribution Company Limited is a licensee under Section 15 of the AP Electricity Reform Act,
1998 entrusted with the responsibility of the distribution of electricity
to 4.5 million consumers spread over seven districts, including
the twin cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad.
Bangalore Electricity Company (BESCOM) is responsible for power distribution in the Eight districts of Karnataka. BESCOM covers an area of 41,092 Sq. Kms. with a population of over 168 lacs.
In the year 1999, Karnataka embarked on a major reform of the power sector. As a first step, Karnataka Electricity Board (KEB) was dissolved and in its place, the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited (KPTCL) was incorporated. This was followed by the constitution of Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) in November 1999.
BSES Limited is
India's premier utility engaged in the generation, transmission
and distribution of electricity. Formerly, known as Bombay Suburban
Electric Supply Limited, it was incorporated on 1st October 1929,
for the distribution of electricity in the suburbs of Mumbai, with
a pioneering mission to make available uninterrupted, reliable,
and quality power to customers and provide value added services
for the development of the power and infrastructure sectors. In
July 2002, Delhi Vidyut Board unbundled into five sucessor entities
– the three distribution companies, a transmission and a holding
company. Two of the three distribution companies have been handed
over to BSES, and one to TATA POWER. The two distribution companies,
BSES Rajdhani Power Limited covering South and West areas and BSES
Yamuna Power Limited covering Central and East Delhi regions provide
electricity to around 17 lakhs