عضویت و ورودh
۱۳۹۶ دوم تير
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Khorasan Electric Distribution Company (KEDC) was founded in 1992 in accordance with the policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran, declared in the National Five-Yeart Development Plan, and determined to accomplish the whole related jobs regarding the electric distribution in the Khorasan Province. The initial area of the company for activity was specified all the cities of the province as well as the holy city of Mashhad. The total area was more than 300,000 square kilometers (or one fifth of the country area).

Since the Khorasan Provoince was the biggest province in Iran and also for giving better services to all the customers in different locations of the province, the cities of Mashhad, Fariman, Sarakhs, and Chenaran were excluded from the KEDC by formin g the new company named Mashhad Electric Energy Distribution Company (MEEDC) in the second half of the year 1994. Therefore, the following 19 cities were taken into consideration for the KEDC: Sabzavar, Neyshabour, Bojnord, Ghouchan, Tayebad, Torbat-e-Jam, Shirvan, Esfarayen, Daragaz, Torbat-e-Heidariyeh, Birjand, Gonabad, Kashmar, Bardaskan, Ferdows, Ghayen, Nehbandan, and Khaf. Also, the area was divided in two districts of North and South.

From the early 1996 and based upon the criteria such as the necessity of network developments, electrifying the villages, etc., the operational area of the company was divided into the following electric district bureau:

1.    The north, including: Sabzavar, Bojnord, Ghouchan, Shirvan, Esfarayen, and Daragaz

2.    The South, containing: Birjand, Gonabad, Tabas, Ferdows, Ghayen, and Nehbandan

3.    The Center, incorporating: Neyshabour, Torbat-e-Heidariyeh, Kashmar, Torbat-e-Jam, Khaf, and Tayebad

 In the last 1999 and due to the increasing trend of customers, network development and the indepence of the cities of Bardaskan and Jajarm, the organizational structure of the company was divided into the following four bureaus:

1.    The north, including: Bojnord, Ghouchan, Shirvan, Esfarayen, Daragaz, and Jajarm

2.    The South, containing: Birjand, Gonabad, Tabas, Ferdows, Ghayen, and Nehbandan

3.    The West, including: Sabzevar, Neyshabour, Kashmar, and Bardaskan

4.    The East, incorporating:, Torbat-e-Heidariyeh, Gonabad, Torbat-e-Jam, Khaf, and Tayebad

Aiming the superier services to the customers in various parts of the province and due to the distant locations for electrifying, the cities of Birjand, Ghayen, Nehbandan, Ferdows, and Tabas were excluded from the KEDC and the new company called SKEDC (Southern Khorasan Electric Distribution Company) was founded in the early 2001 and the numbers of the KEDC customers at the end of 2001 was reached to 737,556.

By commencing the year 2002, the cities of Bojnord, Ghouchan, Shirvan, Esfarayen, Daragaz, Jajarm, and Maneh-and-Samalghan were excluded from the operational region of the company by forming the new company of NKEDC (North Khorasan Electric Distribution Company). Therefore, the number of the customers was reached to 523,827 at the end of 2002.

In the November of 2002, the name of the company was changed to the Centeral Khorasan Electric Distribution Company. In the year 2003, the cities of Fariman, Sarakhs, and Chenaran were excluded form the MEEDC and joined to the KEDC, and then, two cities of Fariman and Sarakhs were included in the operational region of the East Bureau and Chenaran was included in the operational region of the West Bureau; meanwhile, the number of the customrers reached into 616,218 at the end of 2003. Moreover, the number of cities, considering Khalilabad in the West Bureau and Roshtkhar in the East Bureau, was reached into 14 cities.

In 2005 and after many changes in the electric power industry, the Khorasan Province was divided into three provinces named Khorasan-Razavi, Southern Khorasan, and Northern Khorasan. Subsequently, based on the decisions by the Annual General Meeting, the name of the comapny was chaned to Khorasan-Razavi Electric Distribution Company (again called the KEDC) with respect to the name of Imam Reza, as the 8th Imam of the shiite muslims.

In 2006, Ferdows was excluded from the Southern Khorasan, and Ghouchan and Daragaz were excluded from the Northern Khorasan, and then, they joined to the KEDC and the company continued its services by redefining the operational districts into three bureaus of West, East, and North. The indepence of the Electric Distribution Companies from the Electric Regional Companies in 2007 was a turning point for the electric distribution companies so that in 6 October 2007, the KEDC became independent from the Khorasan Regional Electric Company (KREC) and was directly supervised by Tavani (the holding company) in order to have better infrastructural and fundamental activities and simultaneously, Tavanir was selected as the chaiman for the Annual General Meeting of the distribution companies. In 2007, Ferdows was excluded again and joined to the SKEDC, and in 2008, Kalat was excluded from the MEEDC, and joined to the KEDC; meanwhile, Mah-Velat joined to the KEDC. In 2009, the cities of Zaveh, Firouzeh, Jovein, Joghatay, and Bajestan became independent and in 2011, the cities of Bakharz and Khoushab became independent as well.

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