The UHBVN has disconnected power supply to 1,790 consumers for non-payment of electricity bills. Sources said the process to recover Rs 50 crore dues by March 31 was under way in Kurukshetra.
The Congress government will review the power purchase agreements between the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) and private players involved in electricity generation in the state.
Cricket legends Ian and Greg Chappell are among 90 prominent Australians who have signed an open letter calling on Indian energy giant Adani to abandon its controversial coal mine project in Queensland
SWALLOWING considerations of national pride, after inheriting a bankrupt economy with collapsing exchange reserves forcing India to mortgage its gold in 1991
Energy-deficient Pakistan has awarded two contracts worth Rs 180 billion to a Chinese firm for the construction of a part of a hydropower project on the Indus river in the northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.
Providing respite to electricity consumers ahead of summer, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today announced a reduction in fuel surcharge adjustment (FSA) by between 50 and 60 paise from April 1, implying that power would cost less and indicating that rates could go down further over time.
igning of a fresh deal between the Punjab and J&K Governments on the Shahpur Kandi project has rekindled a ray of hope among the farmers of Samba and Kathua districts
With the implementation of the Restructured Accelerated Power Development & Reforms Programme (RAPDRP) running behind schedule, the government has directed the Power Development Department (PDD) to impose penalties on defaulter contractors.
Punjab’s fiscal bankruptcy has revealed itself not just through the massive debt pile-up or delayed salary payments; it came through government departments defaulting on electricity bills as well.
Concerned over untreated domestic and industrial sewage flowing into rivers and other water bodies, the Supreme Court today ordered disconnection of electricity supply to polluting industries if these failed to set up effluent treatment plants (ETPs) in three months.