Reforms is only the first step

July 2015
Electrical Monitor;7/1/2015, p1
The article reports that the Indian government has taken a measure to extricate the power transmission and distribution (T&D) sector from the financial morass. The Union Cabinet cleared a major programme to reduce transmission & distribution losses that are high at 40 per cent in some states. It mentions that much of these losses are commercial in nature and direct consequences of power theft or non-remunerative electricity consumption.


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