It was a blacker than usual black Monday for citizens of the state as they were handed a financial double whammy — an increase in prices of petrol and diesel and a hike in electricity bills.
barely two days after the Assembly elections, the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) on Monday gave consumers a shock by effecting steep increase in energy tariff ranging from 13 per cent to 26 per cent in different regions of the State.
Get ready to spend more on electricity bills. Just after the assembly elections, the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) is set to announce tariff hike on Monday, with retrospective effect.
Karnataka’s power regulator has finally started approving old power purchase agreements (PPAs) with wind energy developers
Wind power developers in Karnataka with commissioned capacity of 270 MW are hit as the state’s energy department and electricity regulator engaged in a tiff over tariff rates.
Toeing the line of electricity distribution companies in Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka-based discom Bescom has cancelled the power purchase agreements (PPAs) of 75.6 MW wind power projects commissioned before March 31.
Taking cue from Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s ardent appeal in Paris Climate Conference in 2015 to make India a solar-powered nation
A move by major stakeholders to shift from grid to captive and or green energy could come at a cost. Seized about anomalies this move could cause in terms of cross subsidy offered