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Power Generation:

1. Power Scenario-Existing Capacity

Sl. No.ParticularsAs on 31.03.2018
1Per Capita Availability in units
1007.22
2Peak Deficit6.10%
3Energy Deficit (Energy forecast by CEA is less than the Actual Consumption)
3​%



2. Source Wise Installed Capacity (As on 30.11​.2018)
   

Sl No

Source

Capacity (MW)

1

Hydro

3798

2

Thermal

5020

​3

CGS

4163

4
Wind

4737.56

5

Co-Generation

1673.16

6

Mini Hydel

853.46

7

Bio Mass

​134.03

8

Solar

5265.62

9

Captive

983.3

10

​IPP

1200


Total

27828.13

3. State Generation Capacity:
Major Generating Stations with Installed Capacity in the State as on 30.11.2018

Stations UnitsInstalled Capacity (In MW)
R.T.P.S.81720
B.T.P.S.31700
Y.T.P.S.21600
SHARAVATHY101035
N. P. H.6900
VARAHI4460
GERUSOPPA4240
ALMATTI6290
KADRA3150
KODASALLY3120
SUPA2100
L.D.P.H.255
BHADRA539.2
GHATAPRABA232
M.D.P.H.29
M.G.H.E.8139.2
SIVASAMUDRA1042
MUNIRABAD4
38
SHIMSHAPURA217.2
TB Dam Share814.4
Jurala 6117
CGS
--4163
UPCL--1200
NCE Sources--12663.83

Small (Thermal)
---
959.8
​Total​--27828.13


   

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