If power situation has seen a marked improvement in the past two years, it is because of relentless effort of the state government to fulfill its promise to provide 22-hour supply to rural areas and 24-hour supply to urban centres.
Its effort to strengthen the power supply infrastructure in all 75 districts has resulted in 58%increase in total power transmission capacity in the past three years. In the same period, the total transfer transfer capacity has seen a jump of over 95%.
Ahead of the peak summers, the Uttar Pradesh Power Transfer Corporation Limited (UPPTCL) has managed to achieve 12,850 mw megawatt total transfer capability (TTC) of electricity.
This is 2,150 mw higher than last year and almost double as compared to 6660 mw 2016. Northern Regional Load Dispatch Center (NRLDC), Delhi has approved the increased capacity of transmission in UP. Read More
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