Haryana seems to face power cuts once again as three of its thermal power plants are facing acute shortage of coal. Haryana Power Generation Corporation (HPGCL) has expressed concern over the depleting coal stock at Khedar and Jhajjar thermal plants.
As per the daily report on coal stock by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), the 1,320 mw Jhajjar thermal plant had 46,000 mt of coal on 11 October which would last only a few days. The 1,200 mw Khedar plant had around one lakh mt which would last six days. At NTPC's 1,000 mw thermal plant at Jhajjar, the coal stock is only for three days. Haryana has a daily production of 2,745 mw against the total requirement of around 5,000 mw during non-summer days. The demand goes up during peak hours.
The dwindling coal stock at HPGCL's plants is a big problem for the corporation as state-owned Coal India has turned down its request for enhancement of supply from 4.5 mt to 5.48 mt for 2012-13 and conversion of coal grade from 'F' to 'D' for its Khedar thermal power plant. 'D' quality coal is better for thermal plants.
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