Even as it gears up to provide round-the-clock power supply during the festive season, the power distribution companies in Uttar Pradesh have shown an improvement in their ratings as per the 7th annual integrated rating report of the distribution utilities published by the ministry of power.
Global oil markets have quickly recovered from attacks on Saudi oil facilities last month and even face oversupply next year as global demand slows, the International Energy Agency said on Friday.
Power distribution companies, which are gearing up to ensure round-the-clock supply during festive season, have registered improvement in their ratings, according to the 7th annual integrated rating report published by the ministry of power.
Power minister R K Singh on Friday made scathing remarks on states dishonoring power contracts and giving free power, and imposing high tariffs on industry, asking them to put state welfare before elections and said don’t think people are fools to believe you.
Narmada, Gujarat: In a candid disapproval of the way state-run electricity discoms are run in the country and how even the UDAY scheme for their revival seems floundering
The UP Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPERC) has proposed new standards of performance (SOPs) for discoms that will be liable to pay a fine to consumers if they fail to deliver a service within a time frame or a consumer suffers due to poor quality of service, like high or low voltage.
Gujarat discoms retained its top performance in the integrated ratings of the country’s discoms. All four power distribution utilities of the State topped the integrated ratings of State discoms, according to report released on Friday.
The BSES discoms will let users recharge their pre-paid electricity metres through e-wallets or its mobile application and website, said a company spokesperson on Friday. The BSES discoms– BYPL and BRPL have extended the facility to recharge pre-paid
In order to encourage self-sustaining energy consumption model in the country, the Union government is planning to come out with regulations to protect the interests of energy ‘prosumers’ – the energy consumers who also generate it through renewable sources.
Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) has entered into an agreement with BSNL to install 100 electric cars public charging stations in Punjab. Both EESL and BSNL have entered into this 10-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the objective of building electric vehicle infrastructure in BSNL