As scarcity of coal continued to haunt electricity generation, India witnessed a peak power shortage of over 9,000 mw in April this year. Peak power deficit, or shortage in electricity supply when the demand is at its highest, stood at 6.9 per cent or 9,020 mw in the month of April, according to latest data by the Central Electricity Autority (CEA). During April, the peak power demand in the country stood at 1,30,676 mw of which 1,21,656 mw was met. According to CEA, as many as 19 power stations in the country had coal stocks for less than a week.
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