KSEBOA - KSEB Officers' Association

Mar 22nd
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home News Power Sector News NCCOEE object to bundling of energy from conventional and non-conventional source

NCCOEE object to bundling of energy from conventional and non-conventional source

Hits smaller text tool iconmedium text tool iconlarger text tool icon

RenewableThe National Co-ordination Committee of Electricity Employees and Engineers (NCCOEEE), an umbrella organisation of various Trade unions and Associations in the power sector, has objected to bundling of conventional and non-conventional energy. The committee has observed that it would unneccesarily lead to escalation of cost of power.

NCCOEEE, in a letter sent to union power ministry on February 2, said that renewable generation obligation is also not reasonable or logical as nature of thermal plants is completely different. The committee has also demanded that the audits of supply company may be open to audit by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).

The committee, while seeking time from the ministry, raised its objection on a clause of new electricity bill that paves way for privatisation of power distribution. Chairman of All India Power Engineers Federation, Shailendra Dubey said that the proposal aims at promoting private sector participation in supply business without any requirement for capital investment by private sector and allowing it to use infrastructure built by power sector to reap profit.

Source- TOI


Add comment

Security code

Random Videos

You need Flash player 6+ and JavaScript enabled to view this video.
Title: Power Quiz 2015 Final - Part-1

Latest Comments


Reference Book


Reference Book on Power

Electrical Engineering-- D' 1/4 Size Hard bound-- 1424 Pages-- Just Rs.1000/- only &n...

Visitors Counter

mod_vvisit_counterThis Month89173
mod_vvisit_counterLast Month107167

Online Visitors: 55
Time: 05 : 12 : 10