India boosts power supply

June 2005
Power Economics;6/1/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p3
The article informs that according to power minister P.M. Sayeed, India will be able to meet over 91 per cent of its electricity requirement by the end of the current financial year. In addition, 22.9 billion units of energy is likely to be made available through generation by new projects to be commissioned/ stabilised during the current year. Sayeed said the per capita electricity consumption in the country was 592 kilowatt hours during 2003-04.


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