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“…To remove the hurdles and to ensure 24×7 power supply in the state, there is need of resources to improve infrastructure, which can be generated only through enhancing power tariff,” he said.

“Without plugging the gap of purchase and sale, improvement of power infrastructure is not possible. Gas weed strain Power is costlier in most neighbouring states. Grade 9 electricity module In Bengal, the power tariff is Rs eight per unit,” the CMD said.

“We will file application to the Electricity Regulatory Commission next week for enhancing power tariff to plug the gaps in rate of purchase and sell,” he said after meeting officials of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and JUVNL.

The JUVNL CMD had rushed to Dhanbad along with state energy secretary of Jharkhand Rahul Purwar for an emergency meeting in wake of a black out like situation in DVC dependent six districts of the state – Hazaribagh, Koderma, Ramgarh, Bokaro, Dhanbad and Giridih for the last one month.

On load shedding in six districts where DVC supplies power, Srivastava said Jharkhand needs to pay around Rs 600 crore to DVC as power dues and he would talk to DVC chairman to chalk out a middle path for avoiding the load shedding due to non-payment.

DVC deputy chief engineer S K Bose, who was also at the meeting, however, said until Jharkhand pays Rs 210 crore per month, load shedding in six districts would continue.

For developing transmission system and alternative line, a DPR of worth Rs 3,200 crore has been prepared to ensure power in each house by 2019, he said.

Transmission line project worth Rs 900 crore has already been started and the World Bank has sanctioned a loan of Rs 2,500 crore for it, the JUVNL CMD said adding, if needed they would also explore developing transmission lines on PPP model.

Electricity to be costlier in Jharkhand: JUVNL Jharkhand Urja Vikash Nigam Limited (JUVNL) chairman cum managing director (CMD) R K Srivastava today said electricity tariff will be hiked to meet required resources for maintaining power supply in state.

“…To remove the hurdles and to ensure 24×7 power supply in the state, there is need of resources to improve infrastructure, which can be generated only through enhancing power tariff,” he said.

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“We will file application to the Electricity Regulatory Commission next week for enhancing power tariff to plug the gaps in rate of purchase and sell,” he said … Gas 85 octane Jharkhand Urja Vikash Nigam Limited (JUVNL) chairman cum managing director (CMD) R K Srivastava today said electricity tariff will be hiked to meet required resources for maintaining power supply in state.

“…To remove the hurdles and to ensure 24×7 power supply in the state, there is need of resources to improve infrastructure, which can be generated only through enhancing power tariff,” he said.

“Without plugging the gap of purchase and sale, improvement of power infrastructure is not possible. 850 gas block Power is costlier in most neighbouring states. Gasbuddy diesel In Bengal, the power tariff is Rs eight per unit,” the CMD said.

“We will file application to the Electricity Regulatory Commission next week for enhancing power tariff to plug the gaps in rate of purchase and sell,” he said after meeting officials of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and JUVNL.

The JUVNL CMD had rushed to Dhanbad along with state energy secretary of Jharkhand Rahul Purwar for an emergency meeting in wake of a black out like situation in DVC dependent six districts of the state – Hazaribagh, Koderma, Ramgarh, Bokaro, Dhanbad and Giridih for the last one month.

On load shedding in six districts where DVC supplies power, Srivastava said Jharkhand needs to pay around Rs 600 crore to DVC as power dues and he would talk to DVC chairman to chalk out a middle path for avoiding the load shedding due to non-payment.

DVC deputy chief engineer S K Bose, who was also at the meeting, however, said until Jharkhand pays Rs 210 crore per month, load shedding in six districts would continue.

For developing transmission system and alternative line, a DPR of worth Rs 3,200 crore has been prepared to ensure power in each house by 2019, he said.

Transmission line project worth Rs 900 crore has already been started and the World Bank has sanctioned a loan of Rs 2,500 crore for it, the JUVNL CMD said adding, if needed they would also explore developing transmission lines on PPP model.

Jharkhand Urja Vikash Nigam Limited (JUVNL) chairman cum managing director (CMD) R K Srivastava today said electricity tariff will be hiked to meet required resources for maintaining power supply in state.

“…To remove the hurdles and to ensure 24×7 power supply in the state, there is need of resources to improve infrastructure, which can be generated only through enhancing power tariff,” he said.

“Without plugging the gap of purchase and sale, improvement of power infrastructure is not possible. Gas efficient cars under 15000 Power is costlier in most neighbouring states. Electricity basics In Bengal, the power tariff is Rs eight per unit,” the CMD said.

“We will file application to the Electricity Regulatory Commission next week for enhancing power tariff to plug the gaps in rate of purchase and sell,” he said after meeting officials of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and JUVNL.

The JUVNL CMD had rushed to Dhanbad along with state energy secretary of Jharkhand Rahul Purwar for an emergency meeting in wake of a black out like situation in DVC dependent six districts of the state – Hazaribagh, Koderma, Ramgarh, Bokaro, Dhanbad and Giridih for the last one month.

On load shedding in six districts where DVC supplies power, Srivastava said Jharkhand needs to pay around Rs 600 crore to DVC as power dues and he would talk to DVC chairman to chalk out a middle path for avoiding the load shedding due to non-payment.

DVC deputy chief engineer S K Bose, who was also at the meeting, however, said until Jharkhand pays Rs 210 crore per month, load shedding in six districts would continue.

For developing transmission system and alternative line, a DPR of worth Rs 3,200 crore has been prepared to ensure power in each house by 2019, he said.

Transmission line project worth Rs 900 crore has already been started and the World Bank has sanctioned a loan of Rs 2,500 crore for it, the JUVNL CMD said adding, if needed they would also explore developing transmission lines on PPP model.