India’s installed power generation capacity has reached 364.9 gigawatts, which is sufficient to meet the country’s electric demand, Parliament was informed on Thursday.
Besides, the peak as well as energy requirement deficit was less than one per cent during the first seven months of 2019-20, Minister of States for Power and New and Renewable Energy R K Singh said in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.
“As on 31.10.2019, the installed generation capacity in the country is around 3,64,960 megawatt (MW), which is sufficient to meet the electricity demand in the country. Read More
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