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.
With the commissioning of the second 9 MW hydro generating unit, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned the 18 MW Mukerian Hydro-Electric Project (HEP) Stage-II in Punjab.
Punjab has become the latest state in the country to boast of CNG supplies after the government approved licensee, Jay Madhok Energy, commissioned a CNG outlet in Jalandhar and plans to start the same in Ludhiana by March.
Punjab Government has decided to generate electricity from paddy stubble to overcome the problem of burning of paddy stubble in the fields by the farmers.
The Punjab government’s much publicised move of to reduce power tariff for industry to Rs 5 per unit has not been implemented from November 1 as originally planned.
Uttarakhand will receive between 802 million units and 900 million units of electricity in December to March from Punjab, to offset the gap between demand and supply in the lean winter months.
Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) scheme was launched here today by Punjab Assembly Speaker Rana K P Singh.
Having generated electricity for 43 years to meet the power demand of Punjab, the Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant Bathinda today generated its last unit at 8:39 am before being shut down forever.
Microsoft has evinced interest in providing solar powered portable cylinder-head-service gadgets that offer light, mobile charging and internet, with special focus on use in remote areas of Punjab.
GVK Energy Ltd has closed funding for its 540 MW coal-fired power project in Punjab, having raised Rs500 crore from Deutsche Bank in priority funding, according to two people directly aware of the development.