Electricity supply stalled for the longest time in Gurugram.
According to Haryana Power Corporation Limited, since the power crisis arose, the supply has been stalled in Gurugram for the maximum number of hours.
Haryana Power Corporation Limited (Haryana Power Corporation Limited) The officials of the state said on Thursday that electricity in the entire Haryana (Haryana Electricity Crisis) The maximum demand has reached about 9 thousand MW on Wednesday. While the supply has come down by about 1,500 MW. According to officials, the average demand of Haryana at this time of the year is around 7 thousand MW. South Haryana Electricity Distribution Corporation (DHBVN) Officials said that till Thursday evening, there was power cut for four to six hours in the entire Gurugram. However, none of the electricity officials was ready to speak openly.
Electricity supply stalled for the longest time in Gurugram
power corporation (Haryana Power Corporation Limited) According to officials, since the power crisis this year, Gurugram has witnessed the maximum number of hours of supply shutdown. Officials said that Gurugram (Gurugram Power Cut) Urban areas of the city faced power outages from 9.05 am to 10.05 am on Thursday due to insufficient power supply. Because all the six 66 KVA substations in the city had to be shut down as a precaution to meet the power demand. Circle-II Superintending Engineer PK Chauhan told that all the areas under his jurisdiction are also facing power crisis.
People facing power crisis
Meanwhile, the residents of Block J, K and N of New Palam Vihar in Gurugram are facing power outage. (Electricity Crisis) had to contend with. Because an underground power supply cable malfunctioned in these areas, due to which the power was cut from 8.30 am on Thursday. Officials said the problem has been almost rectified and power supply will be restored soon.
Demand for electricity increased in Haryana
Haryana Electricity Distribution Corporation (DHBVN) The districts falling under the jurisdiction of the State Government on Thursday demanded a load share of 43 hundred MW to 45 hundred MW. On the other hand, Gurugram demanded a maximum load share of 12 hundred to 13 hundred MW. Meanwhile, Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited (UHBVN) The districts falling under the jurisdiction of the state government on Thursday demanded about 2200 MW of power. Earlier on Tuesday also, Haryana witnessed a demand of about 8500 MW, and the authorities managed to supply 7300 MW.
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