More than 82 percent of the country will have more than enough power in FY18, the Central Electricity Authority has said. In a report, the apex power sector planning body in India, stated that in 2017-18, India will enjoy 8.8 percent surplus energy and a peak-hour surplus of 6.8 percent, reports Economic Times.
According to data based on the gap between the availability of electricity and the requirement of power as mentioned by states, 23 out of 29 states and seven out of eight Union Territories will be power surplus on average during this fiscal year. Read More…
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