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Stormy weather hits power supply

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, May 17 - The Assam Power Distribution Company Ltd (APDCL) has overcome the transmission constraints in a vast area of the State, barring the area between Rangiya and Dhubri. However, due to the stormy weather condition, it is facing problems in supplying power to some areas as disruption in the supply network occurs locally under the impact of the storms, sources in the power company said.

Sources said that there is no shortfall in power supply in the State as of now. The problem lies in the disruption of the supply network. Even a few days ago, the power company could not supply around 300 MW of power during the peak load hours because of the above mentioned factor.

The transmission constraints are to be tackled by the Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Ltd (AEGCL), said the APGCL sources.

The total power availability with the APDCL these days is 1,400 MW during the peak load hours. It meets the present power demand, sources said.

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Stormy weather hits power supply

GUWAHATI, May 17 - The Assam Power Distribution Company Ltd (APDCL) has overcome the transmission constraints in a vast area of the State, barring the area between Rangiya and Dhubri. However, due to the stormy weather condition, it is facing problems in supplying power to some areas as disruption in the supply network occurs locally under the impact of the storms, sources in the power company said.

Sources said that there is no shortfall in power supply in the State as of now. The problem lies in the disruption of the supply network. Even a few days ago, the power company could not supply around 300 MW of power during the peak load hours because of the above mentioned factor.

The transmission constraints are to be tackled by the Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Ltd (AEGCL), said the APGCL sources.

The total power availability with the APDCL these days is 1,400 MW during the peak load hours. It meets the present power demand, sources said.