Power utility companies are expecting massive demand for power in the next Rabi crop season and have decided to gear up for the same. A high-level meeting of TS Genco, TS Transco, SPDCL and NPDCL officials was held in Hyderabad on Saturday with an agenda to “recommit to the power sector in Telangana”.
TS Transco and Genco Chairman and Managing Director Devulapalli Prabhakar Rao chaired the meeting. The officials speculated that demand would increase due to a 24×7 power supply having been promised to farmers and other consumers, including industrialists. They resolved to meet the power demand, which is expected to be the highest ever.
The officials stated that they would run the transmission and distribution departments effectively and to generate required power in accordance to the ever-increasing demand. Read More
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