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Power ministry issues order to operationalise all gas-based power plants to meet increased electricity demand during summer

In order to help meet the high electricity demand in the country during the summer season, the Government of India has decided to operationalize the gas-based power plants

Union Govt to introduce ‘Time of Day’ power tariff, electricity bill to be lower by upto 20% during ‘Solar Hours’

Consumers can save upto 20% in electricity bills with new ‘Time of Day’ power tariff rule introduced by union govt

‘Refrain from unnecessary politicking’: Delhi LG slams AAP govt for not doing audit of money given to pvt DISCOMs after AAP accused LG of...

AAP MLA Atishi Marlena blamed Delhi's Lieutenant Governor for 'lapse' in the power subsidy scheme of the Delhi government.

AAP does what it does best – lie through its teeth. Here are 6 lies about PM Modi and Adani that Arvind Kejriwal spread

Arvind Kejriwal made several allegations accusing Modi of benefiting Adani group by undue allocation of coal, all of which are false and baseless

‘Anyone with minimal intelligence will understand this’: Power Ministry slams Business Standard Deputy Editor for misleading allegations on coal import

Rejecting the allegations of change in coal import policy by Shreya Jai, power ministry said that India always imports coal based on requirement

Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra, Rajasthan lead in outstanding dues to power companies, PM Modi urges states to clear dues without delay

States have dues of over Rs 2.40 lakh crore to power generation and distribution companies, PM Modi urged them to pay the amounts

Amidst rising mercury and an increase in coal demand in India, here is what the government has to say on the alleged shortage

Coal India Limited claimed a 27.2% increase in coal production and a 5.8% increase in coal dispatch in April 2022 compared to last year.

Delhi govt sold 635 MW of power in the day-trade market while crying coal and power shortage in October

Despite crying coal and power shortage, Delhi government sold 635 MW of power in national power exchange on October 20.

Arvind Kejriwal cries ‘coal shortage’ and ‘power crisis’, two years after completely banning coal-based power plants in Delhi

Contrary to the claims in media reports and by some state governments, the central government has clarified on October 10 that there is no shortage of coal in the country.

Batalik and other remote Aryan valley villages in Ladakh to receive uninterrupted power supply first time since independence

Until now, villages in Ladakh were dependent on the power supplied from diesel generators, providing only 5-6 hours electricity in the evening

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