The government said on Tuesday it is devising a consumer-centric electricity distribution plan to ensure round-the-clock power supply for all.
The Power Ministry in a release said that till now, the government has been preparing perspective plans for generation and transmission sectors under the aegis of the National Electricity Plan (NEP). The distribution plan keeps the needs of consumers at the centre of its focus.
Union Minister of State for Power Raj Kumar Singh on Tuesday reviewed the Draft Distribution Perspective Plan for the power sector, the Ministry said. The draft plan is the first ever plan at distribution level which has been prepared by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) under the guidance of the Power Ministry.
The Ministry said that the efforts towards making a distribution plan is aimed at sustaining the goal of 24×7 uninterrupted power for all with increasing demand of electricity from consumers. Read More
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