As the heat rises, coal this year (coal) power crisis due to lack of (Power Crisis) The risk has increased further. Recently Nomura (Nomura) In a report, it has been claimed that more than half of the power plants of the country are facing shortage of coal. In view of the shortage of coal and the power crisis, the opposition is constantly attacking the central government. Amidst the uproar over the shortage of coal, Union Minister Prahlad Joshi has clearly said that according to me there is no need to panic. The government is monitoring the situation on a day-to-day basis and on an hourly basis. We will not allow any shortage of coal in the country and will make necessary supplies.
Union Minister Prahlad Joshi said, 21.55 million tonnes of coal stock was available with thermal power plants till April 25. About 9 to 10 days stock is still available with thermal power plants. This stock is filled on day to day basis. With Coal India, we have around 72.5 million tonnes of stock.
9 to 10 days stock still available
As of 25 April, 21.55 mn tons of coal stock is available with thermal power plants – almost 9-9.5 days of stock available with thermal power plants. This stock is replenished on a day-to-day basis. With Coal India together, we’ve around 72.5 mn tons stock: Union Min Pralhad Joshi pic.twitter.com/pBGlHk3UTJ
– ANI (@ANI) April 27, 2022
A few days ago, it was informed by Coal India that there is no crisis of any kind in the country.
Serious crisis of coal stock in 100 power plants in the country: Report
Nomura’s report ‘India: A Power Crunch in the Making’ states that with the increasing heat in the country, there has been a rapid jump in the demand for electricity, although the supply of coal has increased according to the demand of electricity. has not been registered. Due to this, there is a shortage of coal in the power plant. According to the Nomura report, out of 173 power plants in the country, about 100 power plants have a serious problem of coal stock. Only a quarter of the required limit is left in these plants. It has also been mentioned in the report that due to the reopening of the industry and scorching heat, there has been a big jump in the temperature, due to which the demand for electricity in the country has increased significantly. Although the supply of coal is not being done according to this, the main reason for this is the decreasing availability of goods train coaches, which has affected the supply of coal.
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