By Surinder Kumar
Examine with regards to Punjab and Haryana, India.
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4. Government of India, The Electricity (Supply) Act 1948, New Delhi, 1997. 5. Government of India, Planning Commission, The Pricing of Electricity: Report of the Planning Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), New Dehli, 1962. 59 6. Government of India, Report of the Committee on the Working of the State Electricity Boards, New Delhi, 1964. 7. Government of India, Report of the Energy Survey of India Committee, New Delhi 1965. 8. Government of India, Sixth Finance Commission Report, New Delhi, 1973.
One of the key components of the T&D losses is the pilferage of power. To provide a perspective on this issue and to comprehend it in all its dimensions, the technical and financial performance of two State Electricity Boards, namely, the Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) and the erstwhile Haryana State Electricity Board (HSEB) has been subjected to a detailed analysis in the next two chapters. In this chapter, the technical and financial performance of the PSEB in the last two decades and some related issues are examined.
H. H. H. H. H. H. 08 440 440 440 420 860 Disp. 1995 and Annual Statement of Accounts 1998-99 thermal plants in Punjab has been better than the all-India average. However, it has been reported by the officials of the board that the inadequate availability of coal of the appropriate quality, shortage of maintenance equipment, equipments failures, etc,. are some of the major factors which have acted as constraints to the improvement in the performance of Punjab’s thermal power plants. If these deficiencies can be overcome, there is no reason why these thermal power plants cannot achieve a performance comparable to the NTPC plants.