Telangana minimized power T&D losses to 11pc, claims Jagadish Reddy
Hyderabad: Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy claimed that the Telangana government might reduce transmission as well as circulation( T & & D) losses to 11 percent from 16 percent throughout the Congress routine.
The Minister was responding to different concerns on the power usage in the State increased by the TRS participant G Venkataramana Reddy throughout the Question Hour in the Assembly onMonday The minister claimed that the per head power usage in the State in 2020-21 was 2,012 devices. He claimed that Telangana has 73 percent a lot more typical usage than the nationwide standard. While the nationwide standard was 1,151 devices, Telangana had 2,012 devices, he claimed.
Speaking on the accomplishments of the power industry in the State, Jagadish Reddy claimed that the government offered an aid of Rs 25,467 crore from 2014-15 to 2020-21 for offering cost-free power to the farming industry. Telangana State acquired ability has actually raised from 7,778 MW in 2014 to 17,182 MW currently. Telangana State grid has actually fulfilled a peak need of 13,688 Megawatts on March 26, 2021 as well as document usage of 283.38 Million Units on April 3, 2021, surpassing the United Andhra Pradesh peak need of 13,162 Megawatts on March 23, 2014. The transmission as well as circulation losses have actually minimized from 16.06 throughout 2014 to 11.46 percent in the monetary year 2020-21.
The minister claimed that the transmission losses of Telangana went to 2.47 percent, which he claimed was among the most affordable in the country as well as preserving the greatest transmission schedule at 99.98 percent. He claimed that a quantity ofRs 34,970 crore was invested after the development of the Telangana State in enhancing the Transmission as well as Distribution network. After the development of the State 131 substations, 10,791 CKM of lines, 22,984 MVA of bandwidth were increased at EHT degree.
The minister claimed that throughout the last 7 years 600 MW at Kakatiya Thermal Power Project, 240 MW at Lower Jurala HES, 120 MW at Pulichintala, 800 MW at KTPS (stage-7), 1080 MW at Bhadradri Thermal Power Station were appointed by TSGENCO. Further 4,000 MW thermal power task at Damaracherla was under procedure.