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Friday, October 23, 2020

There will be no power cut in Mumbai, 1000 MW new plant will be built in Uran

 

In Mumbai, around 2500 MW of electricity is spent in the peak hours and in the evening, by 2030 this power consumption is expected to increase to 5000 MW. Maharashtra government has taken power cut problem seriously.






Recently, there was an outcry in Mumbai and its surrounding areas due to grid failure in Maharashtra capital Mumbai. The Maharashtra government had to fall prey to political criticisms as the power supply came to a standstill. Maharashtra government is busy preparing for this kind of problem in the country's financial capital. State Energy Minister Nitin Rawat has announced that within two years a 1000 MW power plant will be built in Uran area near Mumbai so that the people of Mumbai will not have to face electricity problem in future.

According to Energy Minister Nitin Rawat, this power plant with a capacity of 1000 MW will be based on electricity made from air. This project has been given time to be completed within 2 years. To make this project, space is being given in Uran area near Navi Mumbai. In Mumbai, around 2500 MW of electricity is spent in the peak hours and in the evening, by 2030 this power consumption is expected to increase to 5000 MW.

Earlier, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given instructions for timely completion of Vikhroli 400 KV substation project to maintain sustainable power supply in Mumbai.

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