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Power Crisis: Big decision to avoid power crisis, preparing to restart 100 closed mines

Preparations to open closed mines.

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The problem of power crisis in the country is continuously deepening. Power plants do not have coal stock due to which power production has come down. The government is considering all the measures to deal with the coal crisis.

power demand (Power demandDue to increase and decrease in supply of coal, power crisis is going on in the country at present. Electricity is not being produced as per the requirement. Power Generation Companies Coal Crisis (coal crisis) is facing. The whole country is facing a power crisis. In the midst of this crisis, Coal India has decided to gear up. Coal India, the world’s largest coal mining company, has decided to hand over 20 closed coal mines to private companies. Here the production will be started again and it will be based on the revenue sharing model. An important meeting of the people concerned has also been held in Mumbai in this regard.

According to the Reuters report, the government has decided to start mining again in 100 coal mines which were declared financially unsustainable and were closed. The contribution of Coal India in domestic coal production is 80 percent. There has been a steady decline in its production for the last two years. Coal demand had decreased due to Corona, due to which production was also affected.

Surge in power demand due to heat

Power demand has increased due to economic recovery and scorching heat. In such a situation, along with increasing coal imports, the government has decided to increase domestic coal production. The world’s second largest consumer, importer and producer has set a target of increasing coal output to 100 million tonnes in the next three years, reliable sources in the coal ministry said on Friday. For this, excavation will be started again in the closed mines.

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