Tag: , , ,

PSEB engineers to organise protest against non-disbursal of salaries

PSEB engineers to organise protest against non-disbursal of salaries

The PSEB Engineers’ Association has decided to hold protest throughout the state on Monday against non-payment of salary for the month of January, 2018. Devinder Goyal, General Secretary of the Association, in a statement issued here on Sunday has said that the PSPCL management has failed to take proactive measures on the financial front particularly

CM orders Power Dept to bear Rs 748 cr industrial power subsidy

CM orders Power Dept to bear Rs 748 cr industrial power subsidy

Chandigarh – Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday issued formal orders to the Department of Power to bear the RS 748 crore power subsidy for the industry for 2017– 18, with variable cost to be fixed at Rs 5 per unit. Following the orders, the Deputy Secretary, Power, has written to Punjab State Electricity Regulatory

PSPCL to revive old electricity complaint number, says chief

PSPCL to revive old electricity complaint number, says chief

PSPCL to revive old electricity complaint number, says chief Ludhiana – PSPCL has taken a decision to revive old complaint number to bring more efficiency in power complaint wing of it. This automated number will register online complaints of power consumers. A few years back, the complaint number 5055520 was closed due to some reasons.

Power employees protest against closure of thermal plants

Power employees protest against closure of thermal plants

Patiala –  Thousands of Power Employees working with the PSPCL and TRANSCOM on the call of Punjab Power Employees Ekta Manch on Friday organised massive protests at 165 subdivisions throughout the state to lodge their protest against the state government’s decision to shut down permanently Bathinda and Ropar Thermal Plants in the state.Punjab Power Employees

Bathinda, Ropar thermal plants to be shut down from January 1

Bathinda, Ropar thermal plants to be shut down from January 1

Bathinda, Ropar thermal plants to be shut down from January 1 Chandigarh – Ignoring the hundreds of crores of rupees spent in the recent past on their renovation, Punjab Cabinet on Wednesday finally announced the closure of the state-owned power generation units in Bathinda and Ropar with effect from January 1. The Cabinet, however, assured that

Punjab starts process for preparation of Budget for 2018-19

Punjab starts process for preparation of Budget for 2018-19 Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga, December 12): The Punjab Finance Ministry has formally kicked off preparations for the budget 2018-19 and issued the budget circular listing guidelines for fund requirements. Sources in the department told that all the heads of departments, all Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and others has

Govt committed to fulfilling one job per family promise: Rana

Govt committed to fulfilling one job per family promise: Rana Gurjit

Govt committed to fulfilling one job per family promise: Rana Gurjit Chandigarh – “In keeping with the promise made in the election manifesto of providing one job per family, the Congress Government has gone full throttle to ensure successful implementation of the same.” The Power and Irrigation Minister, Punjab, Rana Gurjit Singh disclosing this here on

SAD-BJP did not bind State to yearly tariff hike: Sukhbir

SAD-BJP did not bind State to yearly tariff hike: Sukhbir

CHANDIGARH: Former Deputy Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Wednesday asked Pradesh Congress president Sunil Jakhar not to indulge in a reprehensible blame game exercise following the draconian increase in power tariffs by his government, saying if the SAD-BJP government had agreed to a 5 per cent power hike

AAP asks CM why ‘faulty’ PPA not scrapped

AAP asks CM why ‘faulty’ PPA not scrapped

AAP asks CM why ‘faulty’ PPA not scrapped. The main opposition party in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party, on Sunday asked the state government to scrap all power purchase agreements (PPAs) signed during the previous SAD-BJP dispensation, failing which they will launch a state-wide agitation against the Congress government. In a joint statement, the AAP alleged that

Punjab base power tariff still lowest in north except Himachal

Punjab base power tariff still lowest in north except Himachal

Punjab base power tariff still lowest in north except Himachal Chandigarh: Besides capping industrial power at Rs. 5/unit and offering agriculture power free of cost, Punjab continues to provide domestic power to consumers at the lowest base rate (minus taxes) in the northern region, barring Himachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Tuesday,

Power Tariff Hike to cast its shadow on coming MC Elections in Punjab

Power Tariff Hike to cast its shadow on coming MC Elections in Punjab

Power Tariff Hike to cast its shadow on coming MC Elections in Punjab Patiala(Jagdeep Chopra) – It seemed that just eight months old Captain Amarinder Singh Led State government has landed its self in deep waters after the announcement of the Power Tariff yesterday by PSERC as a strong resentment is prevailing among the general public

Pb CM assures of Industrial power at Rs.5/unit despite 2-part Tarriff

Pb CM assures of Industrial power at Rs.5/unit despite 2-part Tarriff

Pb CM assures of Industrial power at Rs.5/unit despite 2-part Tarriff announced by PSERC Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has assured that his government will provide power at Rs 5 per unit to industry, as approved by the state cabinet, notwithstanding the two-part tariff announced today by the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission

Electricity tariff increase announced in Punjab

Electricity tariff increase announced in Punjab. The increase in the power tariff of Punjab has been announced. On Monday, the commission has announced 9.33 % increase. Power tariffs are set to go up in Punjab with the regulator PSERC today announcing a 9.33 per cent hike in electricity rates for 2017-18. Addressing reporters here, Sidhu said

Govt may announce withdrawal of free power for farmers soon

Govt may announce withdrawal of free power for farmers soon

Govt may announce withdrawal of free power for farmers soon. It seems like that Punjab government headed by Captain Amarinder Singh is heading towards a direct conflict with the state farmers as after failing to accept their long-pending demands and facing a show of strength on paddy stubble burning issue, now the state government has decided

In month of September, Rs 1.94 crore fine to power defaulters

SUKHPREET SINGH LUDHIANA Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has slapped a fine of Rs 1.94 crore to the power defaulters by checking 3273 connections in the month of September. Enforcement wing of the department is actively dissuading the theft and other illegal activities.Confirmed the information, revealed by Engineer Sudagar Singh Deputy Chief Engineer Enforcement PSPCL Ludhiana has

Punjab shuts down Guru Nanak dev Thermal plant Bathinda

Punjab shuts down Guru Nanak Dev Thermal plant Bathinda

The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) shut down its Coal-fired power plant, Guru Nanak Dev Thermal plant Bathinda,on Wednesday. The Bathinda Plant project was completed in two phases at a cost of Rs 115 crores. The foundation stone was laid on November 19, 1969 on 500 years of Prakash Purab of Guru Nanak Dev

Despite orders, informative boards not installed at PSPCL Suvidha Centre

Despite orders, informative boards not installed at PSPCL Suvidha Centre

Despite orders, informative boards not installed at PSPCL Suvidha Centre. Despite, order was given by Director Distribution N K Sharma PSPCL on September 8, for installation of informative board to streamline the workings for the applicants of new connections.Though, Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has taken efficacious step to install the board of proper list

PSPCL spends `40 cr to upgrade infrastructure in Mohali

PSPCL spends `40 cr to upgrade infrastructure in Mohali

PSPCL spends `40 cr to upgrade infrastructure in Mohali. PSPCL under RAPDRP scheme has envisaged upgradation of old electrical infrastructure in Mohali town. The existing electrical system was erected around 20 years ago but due to rapid expansion of town and in view of the ever increasing electrical demand of the town and to meet the

PSPCL slaps a fine of Rs 1.46 crore to defaulters in August

SUKHPREET SINGH LUDHIANA Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has slapped the fine of Rs 1.46 crore to the power defaulters in the month of August. Enforcement wing of the department is actively dissuading the theft and other illegal activities. Confirmed the information, revealed by Engineer Sudagar Singh Deputy Chief Engineer Enforcement PSPCL Ludhiana has directed

Power tariff likely to change for Punjab homes, PSERC initiates fresh move

Power tariff likely change Punjab homes PSERC initiates fresh move. Highlights: -The commission is going to start hearing the petition by calling all the concerned parties. -PSERC has kicked up the exercise after the newly appointed Chairperson Kusamjit Kaur Sidhu assumed charge. -PSPCL is making efforts to get a hike in the power rates to

Social Media

Related Gallery

You may also like