As Modi 2.0 hits the ground running, the power ministry has formulated a 100-day plan to re-energise the space. The power ministry also directed states to honour all clearances to power companies. But the big question is: Would this move the needle for the beleaguered sector? And from where would these payments be made?
To get an answer to the above questions CNBC-TV18 spoke with Arvind Singh, principal secretary, department of energy, Maharashtra, and Vishwas Pathak, director, Maharashtra State Power Generation Co.
Singh said, “As far as dues are concerned it is a state-specific issue and in states where there is financial discipline in working of the discoms and which have a good track record of payment, I don’t think there should be any problem in finding dues. Read More
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