No Danger Of Load Shedding As The Coal Crisis Has Decreases In Maharashtran

Khandare said that the situation in Maharashtra has improved since the past week and it is not very serious

The Chairman and Managing Director of MAHAGENCO, Sanjay Khandare has stated that there is now no danger of load shedding.

 

Sanjay Khandare while talking to the leading daily, The Indian Express stated that as the coal crisis decreases in Maharashtra, there is no danger of load shedding.

 

Khandare further added that the state is getting more supply of coal in October compared to the previous month.

 

The coal crisis took place as there was a surge in demand for local coal after a rise in rates of imported coal increased that caused a shortage in supply.

 

Khandare said that the situation in Maharashtra has improved since the past week and it is not very serious.

 

He added that the situation was serious in September and in the first week of October, although, the situation was mamaged in a good way.

 

Maharashtra is receiving a supply of 22 to 24 rakes of coal at present as compared to September when it received a supply of 17 to 18 rakes.

 

The state is receiving 1.1 lakh metric tonnes of coal as compared to September, it got 70,000 metric tonnes of coal

 

He also said that coal demand across the state has surged due to an rise in demand for power last month.

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