As one of the major industrial hubs in the country, Aurangabad is among the areas in the state that have been witnessing huge unrest over the power tariff policies of the state government.
The industry players have been particularly unhappy about the revision of the power tariff by the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Corporation Limited (MSEDCL) in September 2018 as part of the midterm review, creating a 15% hike in power rates for industries.
Besides the midterm review, industry captains also are also unhappy with the increase in tax on sale to 18 paise per unit and the decrease in power factor incentive up to 3.5%. Read More
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