Andhra's power distributors justify recovery of true-up charges from consumers, blame TDP government

The power utilities’ officials blamed the previous government for the true-up charges and claimed that the recovery will not give “much inconvenience” to the consumers.

published on : 13th September 2021

Andhra Pradesh: Power utilities demand another Rs 2,892 crore to come out of the red

The power distribution facilities claimed that they were in a “precarious financial position” and any expenditure not included in the true-up would be “fatal” to them.

published on : 24th July 2021

Discoms to pay you for service deficiency

The consumer will have to register a complaint and the Discoms will be liable to pay the compensation automatically.

published on : 7th June 2021

APERC panel to look into petitions of green firms

The committee’s reference would be to study if the curtailment by SLDC was driven by system exigencies or was deliberate and to see if the companies complied with curtailment instructions. 

published on : 23rd April 2021

APERC new power tariff puts no additional burden on consumers

The APERC had accepted the proposal of Discoms to collect Rs 10 per kW a month from domestic consumers in lieu of minimum charges.

published on : 1st April 2021

N Chandrababu Naidu writes to CS against RESCO merger with APSPDCL

The recommendation from the government for exemption from obtaining licence is a routine procedure, he pointed out in a letter addressed to the Chief Secretary on Saturday.

published on : 28th March 2021