Minister for Energy, Forests and Environment Balineni Srinivasa Reddy said that Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy had directed power utilities to ensure uninterrupted supply of power and had given instructions to initiate measures to meet the daily grid demand by securing power at cheaper rates.
In a teleconference with officials, the minister said the interest of the public is prime, for which energy demands have to be met in all seasons to supply power at competitive rates.
“Supplying uninterrupted power has to be accorded top priority despite constraints due to high temperatures, unexpected increase in the grid demand, shortage in coal supply and fall in the generation of wind energy from 1500 MW to 50 MW. Read More
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