The Distribution Zone(South) is spread over an area of approx. 11900 Sq. Kms.
comprising of Patiala, Sangroor and Ropar Districts and parts of Fatehgarh Sahib,
Ludhiana, Nawan Shahar, Bathinda and Mansa Districts. Patiala and Sangroor Districts
under this Zone are pre-dominantly agriculture based and cover 2/3rd of the
area of this Zone having 2.17 lac agriculture connections.
The DS Zone(South) has four DS Circles, headquartered at Patiala, Sangroor,
SAS Nagar Mohali and Ropar. This Zone is catering to approx. 12.96 lacs consumers
of different categories who are being fed through 12 No. 220KV, 109 No. 66KV,
5 No. 132KV and 5 No. 33KV Grid Sub Stations, located at various load centres.
The Distribution network comprises of approx. 29000 Km. of 11KV line and 43000
Km. of LT line with approx. 60000 Distribution transformers of various ratings.
The Zone is primarily responsible for the continuity of power supply in the
area covered under the jurisdiction of this Zone, the billing and recovery of
revenue. Out of the total 3043 villages under this Zone, 2653 Nos. have already
been provided with urban pattern supply and the balance 390 villages would be
covered with urban pattern supply by December, 2005. The South Zone is also
handling APDRP projects for Mohali Circle, Patiala Circle and parts of Sangroor
Circle. The construction works upto the voltage of 11KV and release of electricity
connections to all categories of consumers is the responsibility of this Zone.
The average revenue for this Zone is about Rs.30 Crores per month.
List of Breakers where more than Two AP feedsers are attched under South Zone
Categorywise status of pending AP Test reports ending May11 under South Zone