Jun 12 Power transmission has been suspended between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana following claims of non-payment of dues to each other by the discoms of the two states.
Telangana GENCO had earlier issued a notice to Andhra Pradesh demanding the pending power dues of Rs 1,646.76 crore, while its counterpart had warned stopping of power supply if the new state failed to clear its energy bill of Rs 3,183 crore.
“There is no power supply between both the states as of now. AP has to move first to settle the issue as they are the first to issue notice to us. As such we are not very eager to buy power from them as it is costlier,” TS Transco chairman and managing director D Prabhakar Rao told PTI. Read more
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