Despite sustained efforts to reform the sector, electricity distribution in India remains amidst complex problems, manifested in the form of loss-making distribution utilities, poor quality of service, governance ambiguities, and absence of basic data.

BHUBANESWAR: Even after a decade of launching of the rural electrification programme under Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY), 42.64 lakh households of the State are still out of the

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Electricity Minister Aryadan Muhammed said the state could not achieve total electrification due to the proliferation of houses and because of the peculiar geography of the sta

Question raised in Lok Sabha on electrification of villages, 03/12/2015. The details of un-electrified households/villages in the country are placed at Annex-I. For providing electricity to agriculture sector and electrification of un-electrified villages to give electricity access to un-electrified households, during the 12th Plan, projects amounting to Rs. 63,810 crores has been sanctioned so far under DDUGJY including the subsumed Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY). The state-wise amount sanctioned is given at Annex-II.

A review meeting on centrally sponsored schemes for the district was held in the conference hall of DC office on Monday.

Access to energy is an important determinant of quality of life. Inequality of access to energy for cooking, lighting and livelihood purposes has engaged the attention of researchers, policy planners and activists in recent years. In 2005, India

Question raised in Lok Sabha on electrification of villages, 26/02/2015. Also includes: State-wise Target & achievement of un-electrified villages, intensive electrification of electrified villages and release of free electricity connection to BPL households under RE component of DDUGJY; Details of projects Sanctioned under RE component of DDUGJY under XI Plan; and State wise details of projects sanctioned under RE component of DDUGJY under XII Plan.

The Odisha government has urged central PSUs — NTPC Ltd and Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) to go ahead with the task of floating tenders for implementation of projects under the Rajeev

SHILLONG: Power-starved Meghalaya is preparing “wind energy density maps” to identify regions in the mountainous state where wind energy could be tapped to meet the power requirement.

Arunachal Pradesh Power (Electrical) Minister Tanga Byaling today informed that the government had constituted the Arunachal Power Development Agency (APDA) on suggestion from the State Finance Dep