Reeling under severe shortage of power until a few months ago, Karnataka is all of a sudden left with the bounty of surplus power. The surplus generation has left the energy department in a dilemma of whether to make arrangements for purchase of power to cope with the summer crisis or manage with its own. Power generation in the state was augmented after Karnataka Power Corporation Limited (KPCL) successfully commissioned the third unit of Ballari Thermal Power Plant (BTPS) at Kuditini in Ballari. It can generate 700 MW of power, and has been billed as the only generating unit owned by the state with such a huge capacity.
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