2019 agenda: Fine on discoms for outages – Business Standard

December 7, 2017
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Business Standard
The government plans to fine distribution companies (discoms) from April 2019 for power outages deemed avoidable and will push for Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) of electricity subsidy, as with cooking gas, in the states. DBT would, Power Minister R K …
Discoms will be penalised for undue load-shedding: RK SinghThe Hindu
Govt plans penalty for gratuitous load-shedding by distribution cosThe Indian Express
Power Ministers’ meet: States agree on 24X7 power for all, direct benefit transferEconomic Times
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