A battery of power engineers from across the state who converged on Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Hall at Punjabi University to participate in the annual general body meeting of PSEB Engineers’ Association on Thursday predicted a fast revival of the finances of the Punjab State Power CorporationLimited (PSPCL) with the resumption of the Shahpur Kandi Hydel Project and re-operationalisation of Pachhwara coal mine.
The event that was held after a gap of three years saw participation of the state cabinet ministers Brahm Mohindra and Balbir Sidhu.
During the event, president of the association Sanjeev Sood said while the Shahpur Kandi project would bring in an annual saving of Rs 850 crore for the power corporation, the Pachhwara Coal Mine will have a direct annual benefit of Rs 650 crore. Read More
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