M'rashtra to get 700 MW electricity from Enron
Maharashtra would get 700 MW of power from Enron by May 2006 and 500 MW from Paras and Parli centres.india Updated: Jan 17, 2006 17:47 IST
Maharashtra would get 700 MW of power from Enron by May 2006 and 500 MW from Paras and Parli centres, said Deputy Chief Minister RR Patil.
By the year-end, the state would get 2000 MW and within two and a half years the state would be in a position to sell electricity to other states, he told reporters in Kolhapur on Tuesday.
Patil said that during 1994, NCP President Sharad Pawar was keen on Enron project. But Congress had not supported him and hence the state plunged into power crisis.