Actual Power Supply Position of the NCT of Delhi

Electricity Scenario of National Capital Territory of Delhi

Delhi or the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi is a metropolitan region located in northern region of India housing the national capital city, New Delhi which is India’s second most populous city after Mumbai. NCT of Delhi comes under administrative division of Union Territory. However, it has special status and has its own elected legislative assembly. NCT of Delhi has total installed electricity generation capacity of 7,163 MW (as on 30st April, 2013). This includes installed capacity of power utilities in Delhi including allocated shares in joint40

Cumulative wind energy installed capacity in Tamilnadu

Electricity scenario of the state of Tamilnadu

Tamilnadu is the eleventh largest state in India by area and the seventh most populous state. The State of Tamilnadu is located in the southern region of India with installed electricity generation capacity of 18,382 MW (as on 31st January, 2013). The state constitutes 9% of the total installed electricity generation capacity of India which is mainly from fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas.  Private sector has a 47% share in the total installed capacity, implying a healthy40

Actual Power Supply Position of the State of Karnataka

Electricity scenario of the state of Karnataka

The State of Karnataka is located in the southern region of India with installed electricity generation capacity of 13,596 MW (As on 31st January 2013). Karnataka constitutes 6% of the total installed electricity generation capacity of India which is mainly from fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas.  The private sector has a 35% share in the total installed capacity, implying a healthy investment environment. Renewable power forms 24% of the total installed capacity. Institutional structure of the power40

Installed Power Generation Capacity of Andhra Pradesh

Electricity Scenario of the state of Andhra Pradesh

The state of Andhra Pradesh (AP) is located in the southern part of India and forms a major constituent of the southern grid. Major electricity generation happens through the thermal and the hydro power plants. These power plants are being operated by Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Company (APGENCO). By Feb 2013, Andhra Pradesh is the fourth largest power generating state in the country and also has the largest hydro power generation capacity in India (Andhra Pradesh is on first position40

Institutional structure of power sector in Gujarat

Electricity scenario of the state of Gujarat

Indian power sector is facing challenges despite the significant growth in generation capacity over the past few decades. The power situation in India is characterised by demand in excess of supply, high transmission and Distribution   losses, peak demand and energy shortages, low plant load factors and decreasing availability of best quality fuel to run the power plants. However, over the last few years, Gujarat has successfully crossed all these barriers. Gujarat has become successful in securing its overall energy requirements40

Power demand-supply position of the state of Maharashtra

Maharashtra is the largest power generating state in India with installed electricity generation capacity of 26,838 MW (As on 31st August 2012). Maharashtra constitutes 13% of the total installed electricity generation capacity in India which is mainly from  fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas. The state of Maharashtra forms a major constituent of the western grid of India which now comes under North, East, West and North Eastern (NEWNE) grid of India. Maharashtra Power Generation Company (MAHAGENCO) operates40