Delhi's several areas faced intermittent load-shedding on January 3 following cuts in power supply by a number of generating stations due to shortage of coal. Coal supply to many generating stations, which cater to Delhi, has been hit by cancellation and rescheduling of goods trains carrying the fuel on account of dense fog. Coal shortage at NTPC's Dadri power plant in neighbouring state, Uttar Pradesh, has resulted in reduction of 300-500 mw of power to Delhi in the last two days, officials said.
A number of other coal-based power stations have also curtailed supply to Delhi, they added. Technical glitches in a number of thermal power-generating stations have also compounded the problem. The Damodar Valley Corporation has curtailed supply to Delhi by 320 mw due to a snag in its Mejia thermal power station today, the officials said.
The Chandrapura power plant in Jharkhad has also reduced supply of around 200 mw power to Delhi due to congestion in its transmission corridor. The maximum power demand in the city in the last 24 hours was recorded at 3,955 mw.
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