SJVN records highest level ever recorded of 1,480 MU of electricity production in October-December


SJVN’s state-run power plants recorded the highest electricity production on record at CU1480 (million units) in the October-December 2021-2022 quarter.

SJVN broke the previous record of CU1343 in the corresponding period of fiscal year 2019-2020, of all of its power plants, Nand Lal Sharma, president and CEO of SJVN said in a statement.

Sharma said that against a total nominal energy rating of 8,700 million units for fiscal year 2021-22 from its power plants, SJVN in just three-quarters of that year generated 8,321 million units of energy. .

Through constant maintenance of the machines to deliver the highest level of performance and optimum use of the available water, SJVN has been able to consistently exceed the design energy and highest machine uptime.

Sharma applauded the efforts of officials responsible for the operation and maintenance of power plants, for setting new benchmarks and creating new milestones in power generation.

SJVN started with a single hydroelectric project in 1988 and at present the company has a portfolio of over 16,000 MW, of which 2016.5 MW are in operation and the remainder in various stages of development.

SJVN is present in nine states in India and in two neighboring countries, Nepal and Bhutan. The company has also diversified into other areas of energy production and transmission.

SJVN aims for an installed capacity of 5,000 MW by 2023, 12,000 MW by 2030 and 25,000 MW by 2040.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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