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12th Five Year Plan Adds 80,000 MW Power Generation Capacity

The 12th Five Year Plan had a proposal of construction of a power generator with a capacity of about 80,000 MW will take place. This was told by Sushilkumar Shinde. This plan was approved July 31, 2008 and it was called re-structured Accelerated Power Development Programme with an outlay of Rs 51,577 crore.

Energy Consumption in India

Energy Consumption in India

The program is geared to answer the AT&C loss reduction plan. This plan was broken down into Part A and Part B. Part A has to do something with the IT integration in the plan for accounting and auditing. While on the other hand, Part B is focused on strengthening the electrical network.

The country has been receiving a lot of investment when it comes to energy production and this includes the renewable energy project by the ReNew Power Pvt Ltd. This company is planning to have an investment amounting to Rs 6,000 crore on the development oif a 1,000 MW of wind power in the next couple of years. This is happening due to the fast development of India.

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