Eastern Regional Power Committee (ERPC) is set to start energy meet from today to discuss constraints. Issues facing integrated operation of power system in the eastern region will be discussed at the 33rd Eastern Regional Power Committee (ERPC). The meet is being hosted on June 24 and 25.
About 100 delegates, including representatives from NHPC, NTPC and PowerGrid Corporation besides officials from Bhutan are scheduled to attend the meet.
The meetings may discuss power requirements, new projects, central sector projects, construction of substations, planning and investments and inter-state coordination issues.
The eastern region, one of the five regional power committees in the country, comprises Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha and Sikkim and was constituted in May 2005 to facilitate power system functioning in the area.
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