Punjab to impose wheeling and transmission charges for electricity sold outside the state
In a setback to private power companies, Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission (PSERC) has decided to impose wheeling and transmission charges for electricity sold outside the state.
As per the PSERC decision, Rs 1.44 would be charged per unit of power wheeled outside of Punjab by private producers.
PSERC officials said that many private companies generating power through new and renewable sources of energy (NRSE) projects had signed agreements with PSPCL to supply power at cheaper rates. read more →
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