Thursday 23 March 2017

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Goa’s middle class would pay less power tariff from April

There is a good news for the middle class and above of Goa. They would probably pay less for the electricity consumption from April onwards for household usage. READ

IIT student travelling on solar-powered cycle from Mumbai to Goa

A group of students, alumni and professors from IIT Bombay (Indian Institute of Technology) travelled from Mumbai to Goa on a solar-powered cycle in an effort to create awareness about use of solar energy for ... READ

Goa streets to be powered by conventional LED lights

The whole state of Goa will have energy-saving conventional energy LED street lights within six months. READ

Goa industry objects to hurried power rate revision

Hurried power rate revision would spell doom for the industry in Goa, a leading business association from the state has said. It also requested the state government to take the major stakeholders into confidence before ... READ

Power plants facing acute fuel shortage

Flagging off concerns about fuel shortages hurting power generation, senior executives today said transportation and quality issues related to coal need to be immediately addressed for ensuring affordable electricity. READ

24x7 call centre now for power consumers

The Goa government has launched round the clock call centre for power consumers in its efforts to streamline the complaint mechanism. READ

Goa's power losses reduced to 11%

Constant check on electricity pilferage and upgradation of infrastructure in the state has helped Goa to drastically reduce its power losses, government said today. READ

ACB gets graft complaint over power breakdown

Goa power ministry has filed a case with the anti-corruption bureau after sub-standard work by a contractor led to major power cuts in the coastal belt of North Goa last week. READ

Reliance power to continue, but at lower rate with LPG

Goa has decided to continue purchasing private power from Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, but at a lower rate by almost Rs five per unit, provided it immediately shifts over to LNG from Naphtha. READ

"Power" comes to Margao

Power minister Milind Naik has promised to improve power situation in Margao, the capital of South Goa, most of it by May end. READ