Hartek Power has completed solar power projects of 270 megawatts spread across Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka in the first three quarters of this fiscal,
All states barring Uttar Pradesh have inked agreements with the Centre to achieve the milestone of providing ’24×7 Power For All (PFA)’.
he Yamuna Expressway Industrial development Authority (YEIDA), in its board meeting on Tuesday, sought permission from the Uttar Pradesh government to set up solar plants across 100 hectares of unused land.
The National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) has given its much-awaited clearance to the Ken-Betwa inter-linking of rivers (ILR) project which will benefit Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh
To meet the growing power demand of Uttar Pradesh in general and Kanpur in particular, a high capacity 765/400kV, 3000 MVA State-of-the-Art Gas Insulated Substations
Lack of correct information on the roles of the Centre and States on supply of electricity to households is creating a lot of confusion amongst the people of the country on the issue of large scale village electrification.
For a common man, it is easy to get carried away when baseless information is presented in convincing manners through established mediums. Moreover, as the assembly elections approach, the issue of village electrification has become the spear of political propaganda against the ruling BJP government at the Centre, with desperate efforts to malign and misrepresent the steps being taken in the direction of village electrification.
Some state governments like Uttar Pradesh are suddenly seen trying to raise questions and puncture holes in the Centre’s attempt to route electricity to each and every village of India.
Raising questions is a must, especially in a party system like the one that runs in our country. The checks and balances are maintained through this constant cross questioning, which are also an attempt to keep the opposition at their toes with the intention of a country’s development. However, as these doubts are surfacing just months ahead of the state assembly elections, the motives are also well understood.
घरों को बिजली की आपूर्ति पर केंद्र और राज्यों की भूमिका पर सही जानकारी का अभाव देश के लोगों के बीच ग्रामीण विद्युतीकरण के मुद्दे पर भ्रम की स्थिति पैदा कर रहा है।
जब कोई भी जानकारी हमारे देश की नियमावली ( भारत का संविधान ) की बुनियादी समझ के बिना प्रचारित की जाती है तो वह अराजकता की स्थिति उत्पन्न कर सकती है।
Uttar Pradesh has witnessed a steep decline in energy deficit as more electricity was supplied to the state from central generating stations, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
Clearing The Dust Over Uttar Pradesh’s Ongoing Power Woes, the URJA Mobile App Reveals The Harsh Reality
Uttar Pradesh has 4 times the hours of power cuts and 3.5 times the number of power cuts as compared to India.The state has 50% more loss of power and theft as compared to the rest of the nation (loss of power and theft are the two major reasons for power cuts).