Amid Coal Crisis, No Outage Due To Power Shortage In Delhi: Power Ministry

A fact-sheet on energy provide in Delhi confirmed there was no vitality deficit from Sept 26 to Oct 11.

New Delhi:

The Power Ministry immediately mentioned that there was no outage on account of energy scarcity in Delhi.

“As per the information received from Delhi discoms, there was no outage on account of power shortage, as the required amount of power was supplied to them,” a ministry assertion mentioned.

It said that the utmost demand of Delhi was 4683 MW (peak) and 101.9 MU (Energy) on 11 October, 2021.

A fact-sheet on energy provide in Delhi confirmed that there was no vitality deficit within the metropolis from September 26 to October 11.

On October 11, in Delhi, 101.9 million items (MU) electrical energy was obtainable towards a requirement of 101.1 MU.

The vitality requirement and availability was similar in Delhi from September 26 to October 10.

On Monday, vitality availability was larger than the requirement.

It additionally confirmed that peak energy demand and peak energy demand met (provide) was additionally remained similar throughout the interval.

The discoms in Delhi had drawn much less energy than made obtainable to them, as per the info.

It confirmed that NTPC (coal) provided 15.67 MU to Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (DDL) towards the allotted 19.03 MU. But the Tata Power DDL had drawn 10.77 MU which is 68.74 per cent of the vitality made obtainable to it by NTPC (coal).

Similarly, energy made obtainable by Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and NTPC (gasoline) to the discoms in Delhi was greater than drawn by these utilities.

The different two discoms that offer energy in Delhi are BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd.

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