PSPCL hydel tasks surpass CEA’s goal, Power Information, ET EnergyWorld

PSPCL hydel tasks surpass CEA’s goal, Power Information, ET EnergyWorld

Patiala: Optimum utilization of the accessible sources and shut monitoring of power produced by the producing stations working uninterruptedly has

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Punjab: PSPCL hydel projects surpass CEA’s targetPatiala: Optimum utilization of the accessible sources and shut monitoring of power produced by the producing stations working uninterruptedly has led to larger technology of power on the hydel energy tasks run by Punjab State Power Corporation Limited.

PSPCL chairman-cum-managing director A Venu Prasad stated regardless of Covid-19 pandemic, the hydel tasks surpassed the power goal set by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) for the primary quarter of fiscal 12 months 2020-21. The hydro energy crops generated 134.5 per cent power of the stipulated targets by producing 1,419 million models (MUs) of power towards the goal of 1,055 MUs for the April 1-June 30 quarter.

Whereas the Mukerian hydel challenge achieved technology of 380.18 million models towards the goal of 118 MUs (322 per cent of the goal), the Anandpur Sahib challenge achieved technology of 198.34 million models towards the goal of 168MUs (118 per cent of the goal), which had been highest technology achieved because the final eight years.

The Shanan Energy Home, Joginder Nagar, achieved a technology of 213.05 MUs towards the goal of 194 MUs (110 per cent of the goal), which is the second highest technology achieved within the final 5 years.

The Ranjit Sagar Dam achieved a technology of 512.58 MUs towards the goal of 460MUs (111.four per cent of the goal), which can also be the second highest technology achieved within the final 5 years. The models of the UBDC challenge generated 114.804 MUs, which is the second highest technology achieved within the final eight years.



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