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100 per cent electrification: PM Narendra Modi’s praise boosts morale

By : Sustainability ..., Mar 5, 2019

The energy department officials must be feeling elated over PM Narendra Modi’s praise on Sunday for 100% household electrification in the state before the nationwide target set for that. But...

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India to achieve 100% household electrification by March 31: R K Singh

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 28, 2019

 India will achieve 100 per cent household electrification by March 31 as envisaged in the Saubhagya scheme and the next goal is to achieve round the clock power supply to all households, Power...

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Modi government just 28,000 households away from reaching 100% electrification

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 12, 2019

Only 28,594 households have been left to be electrified across the country, according to the official data by Ministry of Power. Of the number, while 20,134 households are left in Chhattisgarh,...

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PM Modi in Greater Noida: '100% household electrification to be completed in India this year through Saubhagya scheme'

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 11, 2019

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the PETROTECH – 2019 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. He also addressed the inaugural...

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Rural electrification in full swing, connecting 7 lakh homes a week

By : Sustainability ..., Dec 7, 2018

Rural electrification is galloping ahead with power lines connecting about 7 lakh homes every week as authorities are working overtime to ensure that every household that wants electricity...

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States to get Rs 100 cr award for being efficient under Saubhagya scheme

By : Sustainability ..., Oct 16, 2018

The Power Ministry Monday announced Rs 100 crore award for states that would complete the household electrification early under the Saubhagya scheme. 

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India's energy deficit down to 1% in four years: NITI Aayog

By : Sustainability ..., Aug 9, 2018

The installed power generation capacity in India has risen to 344 GigaWatts (GW) and its energy deficit, which stood at over 4 per cent in 2014, has shrunk to less than one per cent in 2018, an...

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