Power generation at four thermal power stations with a combined capacity of 4,940 MW in Rajasthan has dropped to 2,900 MW due to shortage of coal, a senior official of Rajasthan Urja Vikas Nigam sa

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Pramod Sharma & Ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors. dated 18/02/2014 regarding brick kiln units under operation and continuing them at the sites in dispute in District Bundi, Rajasthan.

JAIPUR: The state will get 50% of the total energy generated by the two under-construction units of Rajasthan Atomic Power Project ( RAPP) at Rawatbhata in Kota district.

A team of foreign experts has praised the performance of Kota Super Thermal Power Station in Rajasthan after studying its plant load factor, environment protection, modernisation and utilisation of fuel. The 75-member team, constituted under the Asia-Pacific Partnership, observed the plant over the weekend from the perspective of "clean functioning' and described its performance as remarkable.

The power shortage in Rajasthan touched the level of 1.25 crore units a day following the closure of fifth unit of the Kota thermal power plant due to a technical snag. The unit is not likely to restart before the next three days. The State is already facing a severe power crisis due to non-availability of electricity from six Central power projects and a leakage in the re-heater tube of Giral lignite thermal power plant in Barmer district.