Power output falls for second month on trot

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June 28, 2021 6:45 AM

Generation was however 7% higher than the electricity output in May’20.

They believe SERCs are better placed to calculate the cross-subsidy since they would take into account factors that vary from state to state.

Power generation declined sequentially for the second consecutive month in May’21 (-7%), with the lower output from thermal sources, i.e. coal power, far outweighing the increased generation from renewable sources.

Generation was however 7% higher than the electricity output in May’20.

Electricity consumption too declined for the second month in a row in May’21 (-7%), though it was 7% higher than in May’20.

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