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'V'-Shaped Recovery On Resumption In Biz Activity: Nomura

Power demand fell 2.8 per cent, after rising 1.4 per cent in the previous week to pre-pandemic levels. The labour participation rate moderated to 40.4 per cent from 40.6 per cent.

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India's Power Demand Surges To All-Time High, Crosses 200 GW Mark

Experts opined that high temperatures in many states due to delayed monsoon and easing of restrictions that were in place to curb coronavirus infections have led to a surge in power demand these days.

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India's Power Demand Surges To All-time High; Crosses 200 GW Mark

According to the latest power ministry data, peak power demand or the highest supply in a day touched an all time high of 200.57 GW on Wednesday.

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Power Consumption Grows Nearly 6% In Jan

Power demand had touched a record high of 187.3 GW on January 20 this year. All-India peak power demand had touched a record high of 182.89 GW for the first time on December 30 last year.

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Power Demand Touches All-Time High Of 185.82 GW, Says Secretary S N Sahai

Power demand started declining from April as economic activities were disrupted in the country due to COVID-19. The pandemic had affected power demand for five months in a row from April to August 2020.

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Electricity Reforms For An ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’

India has attracted sizeable investments in generation which has taken the country from a supply deficit situation to a surplus one.

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India's Power Generation Rises For The First Time In Seven Months

India's economy is forecast to contract by up to 10% in the fiscal year that began in April, which would be its weakest performance since 1979, and analysts expect annual power demand to fall for the first time in almost four decades.

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Some India Coal Utilities May Miss Emission Goals, Risk Shutdowns: CEA

The environment ministry will eventually decide if the plants would have to be shut down because of noncompliance, Verma told Reuters

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