Chandigarh: Electricity Regulator Seeks Report On Voltage Wise T&D Losses

Chandigarh: Electricity Regulator Seeks Report On Voltage Wise T&D Losses

In a fresh directive, the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) has directed the UT electricity department to submit voltage-wise transmission and distribution (T&D) losses.

Recently, the UT electricity department had claimed bringing down T&D losses of financial year 2017-18 to 9.51%. The claim, which was unaudited, submitted by the department to the JERC, in its multi-year tariff (MYT) petition.

The department had submitted that the T&D loss came down to 9.51% because of return of excess power 48 million units to Jammu and Kashmir, against energy received during 2015-16 and 2016-17. The department submitted, “The figures of T&D are provisional and unaudited. Final audited figure will be submitted after completion of audit”.

Power demand hits one-month high in Gujarat

Power demand hits one-month high in Gujarat

The rise in temperature has pushed up the demand for electricity across Gujarat with an increased number of consumers switching on their air conditioners, fans and coolers to get respite from heat. The state’s power demand during peak hours surged to a month’s high level on Thursday.

MSEDCL to make billing transparent

MSEDCL to make billing transparent

In a major relief to Mumbaikars, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) will inform its consumers in advance when they are going to visit their houses for reading the meter.

Unlocking the benefits of a distributed grid

Unlocking the benefits of a distributed grid

As India’s economy surges, access to reliable, affordable, and secure energy sources to fuel growth will be critical. The good news is that the increasingly economic choice is to make this fuel clean and electric.

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