Jharkhand has been reeling under power crisis since Monday after Tenughat Thermal Power Station (TTPS) in Lalpania was forced to shut one of its units due to coal crisis.
Load shedding continued all over the state with Ranchi facing interrupted power supply in most of the localities. As against 410MW generation capacity TTPS has been generating 206MWs, resulting in crisis of around 200MW power in the state which is partially being compensated from central pool.
Unfazed over the power situation in state, Rajya Sabha member from state Mahesh Poddar on Wednesday expressed his concern about the status of coal supply to the captive power plants. Read More
Latest posts by The Times Of India (see all)
- No power tariff hike in Chandigarh, says JERC - June 19, 2019
- Delhi: Solar power can save you Rs 46,000 in yearly bill - June 18, 2019
- Government rules out bringing oil products under GST for now - June 18, 2019