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State | Utility | Bihar | Bihar State Electricity Board | Chhattisgarh | http://www.cseb.gov.in | Gujarat | Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd. | Himachal Pradesh | Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board | Jharkhand | Jharkhand State Electricity Board | Kerala | Kerala State Electricity Board | Maharashtra | Maharashtra Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. | Meghalaya | Meghalaya State Electricity Board | Punjab | Punjab State Electricity Board | Tamil Nadu | Tamil Nadu Electricity Board | Tripura | Tripura State Electricity Co-operation Ltd. | Uttaranchal | Uttaranchal Power Corporation Ltd. | West Bengal | West Bengal State Electricity Board | Haryana | http://www.hvpn.gov.in | Manipur | http://www.manipurpower.nic.in | Orissa | http://orissagov.nic.in | Rajasthan | http://www.rajenergy.com/transco.htm | Sikkim | http://sikkimpower.nic.in | | |

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Andhra Pradesh | Eastern Power Distribution Company of A.P. Ltd.
Central Power Distribution Company of A.P. Ltd.
Southern Power Distribution Company of A.P. Ltd.
Northern Power Distribution Company of A.P. Ltd. | Assam | Upper Assam Distribution Company Ltd
Central and Lower Assam Distribution Company Ltd. | Delhi | BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd.
BSES Yamuna Power Ltd.
North Delhi Power Ltd. | Haryana | Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN)
Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) | Karnataka | Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (BESCOM)
Mangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (MESCOM)
Hubli Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (HESCOM)
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