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Power pangs likely to end in Gurgaon

Frequent and long power cuts, which have been giving sleepless nights to the residents for one month now, may become a thing of the past. The city’s power scene is likely to improve in a few days as the second 500MW unit of the Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project in Jhajjar has been synchronised with the national power grid. HT reports.

india Updated: Oct 23, 2011 00:14 IST
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Frequent and long power cuts, which have been giving sleepless nights to the residents for one month now, may become a thing of the past. The city’s power scene is likely to improve in a few days as the second 500MW unit of the Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project in Jhajjar has been synchronised with the national power grid.

A Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd spokesperson said the state was likely to get around 60 lakh additional units of electricity per day when operating at an estimated capacity. With this the scene in the city, which has been receiving around 120 lakh units a day against an average supply of 200 lakh units, is likely to get better, the officials believe.

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