The State-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MahaVitaran), struggling to narrow the widening demand-supply gap, has blamed the Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MahaGenco) for the shortfall in power availability, which forced MahaVitaran to purchase costly power from the spot market during October 1-11, 2011.
MahaGenco’s shortfall, in the range of 29-40 per cent, was huge compared with NTPC's 7-17 per cent and Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt Ltd's 0.9-15 per cent.
MahaVitaran had to purchase 192.777 million units from the spot market in October 2011 at the average rate of Rs 5.58 per unit. Besides, it also had to resort to distress load shedding of up to 2004 mw due to the reduced availability of power.
MahaGenco’s average tariff contracted to MahaVitaran was Rs 2.70 per unit (the tariff differs from station to station), against NTPC’s average tariff of Rs 2.90 and RGPPL’s Rs 4.10 per unit.
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