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Photo: Electricity Forum

India's Power Consumption Grew By 1.83% In Sept Than Last Year

After India's power consumption demand got affected by the COVID-19's second wave in April, the data released by the power ministry shows a gradual rise in consumption in September at 1.83% to 114.49 billion units (BU) from 112.43 BU, comparing to the last year. It's expected to improve further if the third wave doesn't strike. However, owing to the heavy rains the demand remained subdued, said experts.

Fri, 01 Oct 2021 - 07:40 PM / by Muskan Arora

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