NTPC has withheld its decision to cut power to BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) in the forthcoming peak summer season after the latter committed to pay part of its dues by month-end.
State-owned power giant NTPC is weighing the option of snapping power supplies to BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL), which distributes electricity in Delhi, for delay in payment of its dues.
Don’t play vote bank politics and fool the public of Delhi as “Yeh Public Hai Yeh Sab Jaanti Ha.”
The ongoing advertisement galore by Delhi’s Aam Admi Party (AAP) under Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, coming ahead of the forthcoming MCD elections in the country’s capital of New Delhi
For the first time since 2011, power tariffs won’t be revised in Delhi. The tussle between AAP government and LG’s office over the appointment of Krishna Saini as Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission chief has meant that tariffs will remain unchanged.
Aravali Power Company Pvt. Ltd. (APCPL), Jhajjar has been supplying power to the BSES DISCOMs in Delhi, viz BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd. (BRPL) & BSES Yamuna Power Ltd. since 05.03.2011. The power allocated to these DISCOMs from APCPL is 445 MW (372 MW & 73 MW respectively) & average monthly energy bill is presently of the order of Rs. 87 Cr. (Rs. 73 Crs. & Rs. 14 Crs. respectively) for the current financial year.
BSES says it has increased network capacity by over 450 MVA with capex investment of over Rs 350 crore during the year; Also invested Rs 6,500 crore in capex