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  • MESCOM bags 27 awards

    November 7th, 2017adminRecords, All, Science & Technology
    The awards were in recognition of MESCOM’s strides in power supply.

    The awards were in recognition of MESCOM’s strides in power supply.

    Mangalore Electricity Supply Company (MESCOM) bagged 27 awards in the recently held Power Awards 2017 organised by the State Energy Department.

    A release from MESCOM said the awards were in recognition of the company’s strides in power supply and various innovations. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Energy Minister D.K. Shivakumar presented the awards.

    MESCOM Managing Director bagged first place in minimum commercial loss and third places in effective implementation of Hosa Belaku programme, reduction in failure of transformers and uniform rating of ESCOMs conducted by the Central government.

    Kadur, Puttur and Kundapura divisions of MESCOM bagged the first three awards in effective implementation of Ganga Kalyana project in rural areas. Similarly, Udupi, Sagara and Kadur Divisions bagged three awards in rural drinking water projects.

    Kavoor, Kundapura and Udupi divisions stood in first three places in handling minimum revenue backlog in rural areas.

    While Shree Jayadeva Electrical, Udupi repair centre, was judged the best transformer repair centre, Mangaluru Division I was declared the best transformer bank. Bantwal Division was judged the best in augmenting basic infrastructure for Akrama-Sakrama programme. Thomas Gomes, Malpe branch and M. Nagesh, Kulashekara branch, were judged best linesmen.

    Customers felicitated

    As many as 10 MESCOM customers were felicitated in the solar roof top electricity project under renewable energy sector. They were M. Balakrishna Nayak, Bannanjep; Raghu Hegde, Mavinakoodlu; Chandramathi Shetty, Koni; John D’Silva, Kuntalpady, Karkala; Harishchandra, Gandhi Hospital, Udupi; Ananth Nayak, Lakshmi Textiles, Thekkatte; Veerendra Nayak, VKR Hollow Blocks, Thirthahalli; Ryako Industries, Bhadravati, and Ganapathi Hegde, Padutirupathi Petrol Pump, Sanur.

    source: / The Hindu / Home> News> States> Karnataka / by Special Correspondent / Mangaluru – November 06th, 2017

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