Production started in Anpara’s power plants – Production started in Anpara’s closed power plants

Electricity in the state has been very smooth due to generation from Anpara A power plants, which closed on Sunday morning due to a failure. The first, second and third units with an output of 210 MW of the Anpara A project came to a standstill on Saturday morning due to a malfunction of the transformer of the CW pump.
Shakti Bhawan in Lucknow was also troubled along with the project, as 630 MW units were closed at the same time, providing the state with electricity at a cheaper price. Project CGM Under the direction of Deepak Kumar, the engineers were immediately engaged in servicing the units. CGM said that by working continuously, the units lit up at 10 p.m. on Saturday night. All units were synchronized on Sunday morning until 3 p.m. This has increased the project’s output to 1756 MW. While the seventh unit of the project’s 500 MW output has been closed for a year and a half due to the fire in the turbine generator. By Sunday evening, the electricity demand had reached 14,000 MW. It is expected to continue to increase during peak periods. In such a situation, the energy company received a lot of relief from the start of production for the A project. Because of the generation, the nature of the electricity supply in the state has become much smoother.

Electricity in the state has been very smooth due to generation from Anpara A power plants, which closed on Sunday morning due to a failure. The first, second and third units with an output of 210 MW of the Anpara A project came to a standstill on Saturday morning due to a malfunction of the transformer of the CW pump.

Shakti Bhawan in Lucknow was also troubled along with the project, as 630 MW units were closed at the same time, providing the state with electricity at a cheaper price. Project CGM Under the direction of Deepak Kumar, the engineers were immediately engaged in servicing the units. CGM said that by working continuously, the units lit up at 10 p.m. on Saturday night. All units were synchronized on Sunday morning until 3 p.m. This has increased the project’s output to 1756 MW. While the seventh unit of the project’s 500 MW output has been closed for a year and a half due to the fire in the turbine generator. By Sunday evening, the electricity demand had reached 14,000 MW. It is expected to continue to increase during peak periods. In such a situation, the energy company received a lot of relief from the start of production for the A project. Because of the generation, the nature of the electricity supply in the state has become much smoother.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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