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Power Tariff order for 2007-08 approved

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Power Tariff order for 2007-08 approved

Indian Statistical Institute to study power consumption by agri sector

Hyderabad, March 22, 2007

The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC), for the fifth consecutive year has decided that the power consumers are spared from a possible hike in the power prices. The Electricity Regulatory has approved the power tariff order for the year 2007-08. The order was taken up after taking into consideration various factors, including public opinion. The new order will come into effect from April 1.

The regulatory commission also said that it sought the help of the popular research and statistical institution - the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) of Kolkata to study the power consumption quantity and patterns by the agriculture sector in the state. ISI already has begun with their study and has even submitted its interim findings report to the commission. Once the final report is provided, the commission would be able to know how much power will be used by the highly subsidized agriculture sector.

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Power Tariff order for 2007-08 approved
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