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More power cuts in the State for domestic and industrial sector
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More power cuts in the State for domestic and industrial sector

Centre unable to provide additional power

Hyderabad, April 3, 2007

More power cuts seems to be inevitable for the domestic and industrial sector in the State. Sources says that the State Government is unable to secure a firm commitment from the Central Government in providing unallocated energy to an additional two hours load shedding across the State.

The Distribution companies (DISCOMS) have been imposing power cuts ranging between four and six hours in municipalities, mandal headquarters and villages. The twin cities, however spared. The State Government has requested the Centre to provide 275MW to meet the increasing demand but the latter has promised to give 100MW from the Centre pool. However, no decision in this regard was given by the Union Power Ministry.

Minister for power Mohd Ali Shabbier who reviewed the power supply situation with the senior officials of the department said that a final decision will be taken in a couple of days. The power utilities have been able to meet the steep increase in the demand by purchasing power from Power Trading Corporations and gas based power projects in addition to overdrawing from the Centre pool.

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