Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government officially declared that the surplus power it provides uninterrupted supply for the 2015-16. For the first time a state government has declared availability of surplus power 24/7 supply to domestic, commercial and industries.
They thank for the 100 percent productivity of Krishnapatnam and Hinduja power stations. As per the Annual Revenue requirement of AP they have regulatory commission, AP Electricity Regulatory commission, they have AP willn’t be sharing the power generated from Krishnapatnam and Hinduja Thermal with any other state including Telangana.
And 2,004 crore due to repeal of fuel surchange adjustment (FSA) during 2013-14, leading with a cost of power from Rs 5.19 per unit to Rs 5.99 per unit. And the revenue gap is Rs 7,716 crore, 5000 crore as subsidy for agriculture sector.
The Energy officials proposed tarrif hike to cover up the losses, Chandrababu Naidu denied approval and he will take a final call after discussion the issue in the cabinet meeting.