Under the revised methodology: 1. State Governments/Discoms to calculate the compensation due to blending with imported coal. 2. The mechanism for billing and payment shall be as per PPA. Payment of at least 15% of the provisional bill to be made by the procurers within a week
The government measures to ease power supply constraints through higher coal imports are likely to increase cost of supply for discoms by 4.5-5.0 per cent in 2022-23, Icra said on Tuesday The government measures to ease power supply constraints through higher coal imports are likely to increase cost of supply for discoms by 4.5-5.0 per […]
NORTH EASTERN REGIONAL POWER COMMITTEE(NERPC),CEA,MOP held its 22nd meeting today at Guwahati under the Chairmanship of Sh.Neiphiu Rio,Hon’ble Chief Minister Nagaland. The meeting was attended by power ministers of NER states & top management of power utilities in the region.
The Meeting of Parliamentary Consultative Committee attached to the Ministry of Power was held in New Delhi today. Union Minister for Power and MNRE Shri R.K Singh chaired the meeting. Minister of State for Power and heavy industries Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar was also present in the meeting. Hon’ble Members of Parliament of various political […]
POWERTHON-2022 Enabling Advanced Technologies in Power Distribution An Initiative under the Revamped Distribution Sector Scheme (RDSS) Currently the power distribution utilities in India face numerous challenges, that limited their ability to improve upon the AT&C loss level and ACoS-ARR gap. Lately a “Revamped Distribution Sector Scheme (RDSS)” has also been rolled out by the Ministry […]
The current Installed Generation Capacity in the country is about 394 GW which is close to double the peak demand of 203 MW. The following action/steps are taken by the Ministry of Power (MoP)/Central Electricity Authority (CEA) to ensure timely completion of Power Projects: MoP/CEA monitor the progress of under-construction power projects through frequent site […]
In the matter of according consent for relinquishment of power allocation from Ramagundam Super Thermal Power Station Stage I & II (358.37 MW) and Neyveli Thermal Power Station II Stage I & II (59.05 MW from Stage I and 105.95 MW from Stage II) in terms of the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Power. […]