Unscheduled power cuts have become a cause for concern for residents in both urban and rural areas, even though the power corporation claims there is an adequate supply.
Even after restricting of the loans, under the Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY), has cut down the interest cost by Rs 600 crore, the high debts of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) continue to be a cause of concern
‘Power’ Is Money: Punjab Electricity Board Earns Over Rs 400 Crore In A Month Through Energy Exchange
The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has sold power worth over Rs 400 crore through open exchange without reducing power to the state’s electricity consumers and that too during the paddy season
For the first time ever, the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has been able to sell power worth over Rs 400 crore through open exchange, without imposing any regulatory measures in the state even during the paddy season when the demand for power is at its peak.
After over three years the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited Corporation (PSPCL) has succeeded in reviving the tie-up with a coal mine in Jharkhand to run the state-run thermal power plants by getting cheap fuel.
Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has revived the appointments on compassionate grounds upon the death of a serving employee which was discontinued quite sometime ago.
A former engineer of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) Baldev Singh Sran on Wednesday took over as the chairman cum managing director of the corporation for a period of two years.
Zirakpur residents endured a 17-hour power breakdown in one of the worst blackouts that was triggered by Saturday evening’s storm.
Despite a dip of 1450 MWs of power availability during the current year, the Punjab State Power Corporation (PSPCL) has claimed that there would be no shortage of power during the peak summer season.
Better generation at the hydel plants owned by the Punjab State PowerCorporation Limited (PSPCL) has helped the power utility save around Rs 300 crore during the 11 months of the current fiscal.