Power consumption rises 3% at 57.22 billion units in October 1-15
Millennium Post Delhi|October 18, 2021
India’s power consumption grew 3.35 per cent in the first half of October to 57.22 billion units (BU), showing recovery amid coal shortage at electricity generation plants, according to power ministry data.

NEW DELHI:

Last year during October 1-15, power consumption stood at 55.36 BU which was higher than 49.66 BU in the same period in 2019. The data clearly shows that there is recovery in power consumption as well as demand in the country.

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