coal shortage in india: Coal Shortage: Many power plants were closed due to shortage of coal.

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coal shortage in india: Coal Shortage: Many power plants were closed due to shortage of coal.

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Electricity Crisis: The power crisis in India has been averted for the time being. The problem related to shortage of coal in thermal power plants has been resolved for the time being. Supply of coal to thermal power plants has started. The power plants in which the production of electricity was stopped, they have also started again.

Power plants that generate electricity from imported coal have also started functioning. The cold is beginning in the country and due to this people have reduced the running of AC, due to which the demand for electricity has also been affected.

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power demand down
Along with this, due to the weekend of Saturday-Sunday with the Dussehra holiday on Friday, the demand for electricity is expected to remain weak. In order to improve the power generation situation, the state has relaxed the conditions related to power supply. Coal India’s Bilaspur unit South Eastern Coalfield has started supplying coal to other plants besides power generation plants.

Supply of coal to other industries
Apart from thermal power plants, many other industries have given statements related to the problem of coal. Industries say that the government should ensure the supply of coal to them at the earliest so that their plants continue to run and their production is not affected.

power graph

condition of thermal power plant
However, only 4 days of coal stock is still left in the country’s thermal power plants. Even after this, thermal power plants are now engaged in increasing electricity production. According to the data of October 13, thermal power plants in the country have an average stock of 4 days. As on October 12, 142 GW of electricity production was falling in the country, which has now come down to just 137 GW after improving the coal supply situation.

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coal supply will increase
After the end of Navratri and Durga Puja, there is a growing hope of improvement in coal supply. For Saturday delivery, electricity rates on the Indian Energy Exchange stood at ₹ 9.67 per unit. Last week it had touched ₹14 to ₹18 per unit. Due to the fall in the night temperature in the third week of October, the demand for electricity has reduced in many states of the country. On Friday, there was no trading on the Indian Energy Exchange on the occasion of Dussehra.

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