In the midst of the nationwide crisis of coal, the math of production and demand has gone awry in Madhya Pradesh too. The thermal power plants of the government are not getting coal as compared to the requirement. To run all the plants at full capacity, 15 rakes of coal are required in a day, but at present only 7-8 rakes of wet coal are available. That too in such a way that instead of powder, it becomes a pulp.
amid the coal crisis daily Talked to Manjit Singh, MD of Power Generation Company. He told how the crisis arose and what efforts are being made to deal with it now. Let us know everything about how long the crisis will last and the efforts being made for it.
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financial management failure
crisis recovery plan
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How is the state getting electricity now?
At present, the demand of 9940 MW power is reaching MP. In this, on October 12, 3685 MW of electricity was given from power generation companies, water plants and private plants, while 6319 MW was taken from the central power sector. Power generation is getting about 2200 MW from the company’s thermal plant and other electricity from private, hydro, wind and solar.
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