The Telangana government proposal to provide 24*7 uninterupted power supply to its consumer in the state is likely to receive approval from the union ministry of power as soon as under the PFA of the telangana government.
If everything goes well officials said the state government would be in a position to provide uninterupted power supply to consumer by march 2019.
The project was not cleared as the central electricity authority (CEA) the scheme’s nodal agency pointed out some anomalies in the DPRs and sought clarifications and more information reported called state energy department officials for a final discussion on july 30 and 31 at New Delhi.
The telangana government has been giving top priority to uniterrupted power supply in the state and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has been reviewing the power supply position every day.
Power utilities in the state have estimated that about Rs 85,000 crore to RS 42,000 crore is required for construction of new power plants at damarcheria kothagudem and other place. Another RS 22,000 crore is needed for improving transmission networking.