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Youth Energy Commission
Transcript of Youth Energy Commission
Images from Shutterstock.com TNEB losses near Rs 10,000 cr According to the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) report in 2009-10, TNEB has reported a loss of Rs 9,680.25 crore as compared to Rs 7,771 crore in 2008-09, Rs 3,512 crore in 2007-08, Rs 1,219 crore in 2006-07 and Rs 1,329 crore in 2005-06 Farmers to get free power in Punjab The Punjab story – a power subsidy burden estimated at Rs 5,784 crore (2012-13) and annual debt servicing of Rs 5,000 crore
While total revenue will increase, expenditure will also increase but average realisation per unit sold will remain constant. Therefore, losses will continue.
While availability will increase along with consumption, so will the transmission and distribution loss, leading to losses for electricity boards… Current & Future Performance Of State Electricity Boards & Electricity Distribution The Power measuring device has an electronic circuit and a coil, which get activated on pressing a small button.
The device produces high voltage and high frequency discharge, which creates a small spark in the meter.
The meter gets 'hanged' and does not record electricity consumption.
When the user wants the meter to function normally, he reactivates it using the same method.
All this they found in a hotel in Nagpur. Electricity distribution losses totalled Rs 70,000 crore in India ! Total losses by state electricity boards by 2014-15 is expected to be more than Rs 25000crores
Source: Shunglu Committee Report