After years of delay, Tangedco has stepped up work on three of its pending thermal power units with a view to adding 2,120MW to its existing capacity of 4,320MW in the next two years.
Tangedco’s finances have started looking southwards with the losses mounting to Rs 7,760 crore in 2017-18, a 78% increase compared to the last financial year. This is the first time losses have begun mounting after a steady decline since 2013. They peaked at Rs 13,350 crore.
Newly established layouts will have to provide 0.5% of the area to the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited (TANGEDCO) to set up electrical infrastructure.
The Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (Aptel) has directed the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd. (Tangedco) to pay dues of over ₹2,000 crore to NLC India Ltd. for transfer of lignite to certain power proje
Due to increase in coal supply, power generation by Tangedco units has increased. It touched 3500MW on Monday evening. This has helped Tangedco meet a power demand of 13500MW.
Taking a serious view of allegations that Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco) had backed down wind power, the Madras high court on Thursday summoned the state electricity secretary and the corporation’s chairman
TANGEDCO has written to the Union Environment Ministry seeking to amend the environment clearance granted to the 2×800 MW Upper thermal power station in order to cut down legal options for protesting groups.
“Rs 4,527 was what the bill showed. I couldn’t believe what my eyes were seeing,” said Bhavani. Her anguish is not misplaced. Bhavani lives in the Slum Clearance Board resettlement colony in Ezhil Nagar, Perumbakkam.
The Tamil Nadu government is in talks with the central government to set up a dedicated Inter-State Green Energy Corridor to transmit the surplus wind energy to energy deficit states, to expedite the investments of around Rs 110 billion in renewable energy sector in the next three years.
A month after alleging a Rs 3,000 crore scam by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco), citizen group Arappor Iyakkam held a protest on Sunday to demand the formation of a special investigative team (SIT) to probe the irregularities. `