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Built a new home, or bought a new apartment, and therefore want to apply for a new electricity connection? Need to get a duplicate bill for your current month’s electricity bill, but don’t know how to obtain it? Did a fire break out in your neighborhood, or someone electrocuted himself or herself, and thus want to report the same to the Customer Care? Shifting to another area and therefore want to cut down your current connection? Want to inquire about the sudden increase in the bill amount every month, being charged? There’s nothing to worry. BSES Customer Care will not only help you get a new connection or duplicate bill but will also help you know about the reasons for the increase monthly bill charge too. The following are some of the ways to connect with the Customer Care Executive of BSES.
How to Talk to a BSES Customer Care Executive?
- You can contact the Customer Care Executive via phone, and you can do at this Toll-Free 24x7 phone number - 1800 103 9707.
- You can also further give a phone call at the following numbers as well:
- 011 399 99 707 for BRPL Customers.
- 011 399 99 808 for BYPL Customers.
BSES is an electricity provider in Delhi. It has two departments, known as the BRPL and BYPL. Together with these two sectors, BSES delivers electricity to the whole of Delhi. It is a successor company of the Delhi Vidyut Board. BRPL covers about 750 sq. Km. with a customer density of 3100 per sq. Km. While on the other hand, BYPL covers approximately 200 sq. Km. with 8250 customers per sq. Km. BYPL serves to around 1.6 million customers in the central and east Delhi. BRPL has 2.4 million customers. The losses of BYPL was 63 percent in 2002, and it is now reduced to 11 percent in 2017-18. In the same way, the loses of BRPL has decreased from 51.5 percent to 10.7 percent.
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BSES was formed in 2002 when the Delhi Vidyut Board was separated into six different companies. BSES started its operations in July 2002. The primary mission of BSES was to provide quality and reliable electricity to the masses. Since its inception, it has invested about 7800 crores on upgrading the infrastructure for delivering power. There has also been a reduction in losses as well. The BYPL segment of BSES has a combined holding of Reliance Infrastructure Limited and the Delhi Government, in a 51:49 ratio.