Local news of city Behror India
Loss due to undeclared power cut
Entrepreneur said - loss due to undeclared power cut and fault, improve
Officials of Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited held discussions with the Ricoh officials and officials of Neemrana Industries Association and industry representatives in the auditorium of the Ricoh office about the power supply in the industries of Bahrod, Shahjahanpur, Neemrana and Sotanala.
This included unannounced power cuts at Neemrana without notice, frequent faults in EPIP from the old line from the main feeder to the Ricoh office, as well as replacement of careless employees of the 33 KV feeder of the EPIP and new feeders built near the Ricoh office. To be launched as early as possible, adding new grades created in Bahrod Industrial Area to 132 KVA and completing underground work and its DP And faults of small insulators were told about being early.
In Shahjahanpur Industrial Area, to complete the work of under-ground electrification which has been incomplete for 2 years, and to replace these open lines which are more and more faulty than many years old, new lines should be replaced as soon as possible to solve these problems. Gave instructions to. After a long discussion on electricity fuel charge, approval was sent to the State Electricity Regulatory Commission to recommend a reduction in fuel charge.
The power grid approval of the new 132 KVA in Industrial Area Phase 2 was also sent to the higher authorities for immediate action with advance action. Subhash Garg Senior Regional Manager Rico chaired. KK Sharma patron and former president Neemrana Industries Association, Krishna Gopal Kaushik Vice President Neemrana Industries Association, Anil Sharma Member Executive Neemrana Industries Association participated as industry representatives as well as BS Meena Superintending Engineer JVVNL Alwar, SK Gupta Superintending Engineer Power Ricoh, SP Gupta Superintendent Engineer Power Grid Cordy Other officials were present with the Nation Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.