In an effort to resolve rising complaints of inflated electricity bills, ministry of power is planning to make smart prepaid meters mandatory across all states starting 1 April, 2019.
City industrialists have complained that discom DHBVN is levying “unfair and heavy” charges on them, and demanded changes in the existing rules.
Discom DHBVN is installing 21 more high capacity transformers across the city to enhance the capacity of power infrastructure in Gurugram. Officials said they recently concluded the survey and now would install transformers based
Discoms’ dues to IPPs cross Rs 36,260 crore, delayed payments for power sold are adding to the woes of stressed projects
Even as stressed assets with a combined capacity of 32 gigawatts are on the verge of insolvency — another 7-gigawatt capacity is already undergoing the insolvency process at the National Company Law Tribunal
In its latest ruling, the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has provided relief to Mohite Industries, a small hydro project developer of a 10 MW Radhanagari small hydro power project in Maharashtra.
India recently achieved the milestone of 25 GW of installed solar capacity but the market has slowed down after safeguard duty announcement and other risk factors. Mercom sat down with Statkraft Solar Solution’s managing director
The state is facing a shortage of up to 1,000MW and is enforcing load shedding in high loss areas classified under G1, G2 and G3 categories.
Power generation utilities have blamed coal companies for the load shedding being done in the state. They have pointed out that Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) and other coal companies are not supplying contracted quantity of coal
The Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC) has released a staff paper on projects registered under renewable energy certificate (REC) mechanism in the state.
Even after the central government’s special scheme to provide electricity to all poor households, around 10 lakh houses in 21 districts of western Uttar Pradesh don’t have any electricity connection. Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (DVVNL
Power discom TPDDL, supplying electricity to nearly 70 lakh consumers in north and northwest Delhi, on Saturday claimed it has suffered a huge annual loss of Rs 150 crore due to power theft in some pockets of its distribution area.