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Mahadiscom has not paid bills for last six years, owes over Rs 10,000 crore: Mahagenco

The Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Ltd (Mahagenco) has claimed that the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (Mahadiscom) has not paid its bills for purchasing power over the past six years.

This year, MSEDCL registers highest power demand on September 15

There has been a rise in the agricultural demand for power this September as against last year during the same month, mainly due to the current dry spell

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Mumbai: Crackdown on bill defaulters, 9 lakh consumers may lose power connections

In May alone, over 13,000 connections were cut, according to data from the state distribution company. These consumers will have to pay their outstanding as well as the reconnection charges to get their connection back.

Maharashtra: In a remote village near Raigad border, 46 households light up for the first time

Power supply has been provided to a total of 98,356 hamlets in the state and by December this year, the remaining 1,704 hamlets will also receive electricity connections, said Patil.

Leopard cubs charred to death: Do something, or will file cases if another fire occurs, forest dept tells MSEDCL

The forest officials have warned MSEDCL that if such a fire incident occurs again, cases will be registered against the power distribution company and farmers who suffer losses due to it will be asked to file similar cases.

Power supply to over 96,000 non-agricultural consumers snapped in Maharashtra

Same action likely against agricultural consumers with huge arrears.

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Maharashtra: Amnesty scheme to recover power dues from farm sector

As per the scheme — Chief Minister Krishi Sanjivani Yojana — agricultural users who have defaulted on electricity bills can pay arrears in equal installments by December 2018. Upon signing up for the scheme, MSEDCL will continue to provide electricity.

Load-shedding: MSEDCL buys 1,450-MW power

The state has been hit by an unforeseen power shortage owing to paucity of coal in thermal power plants. Following heavy rain, the planned power cuts were withdrawn on Friday from A and B categories, which include areas such as Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur.

MSEDCL rolls back load shedding plan for two more zones in Maharashtra

The official said shortage of coal had resulted in load-shedding in the state and it is likely to take a fortnight to resolve the issue.

MSEDCL rolls back load-shedding plan in Mumbai, other urban areas

Officials have attributed the decision to not enforce load-shedding to a reduced demand for power, rise in power generation and purchase of 700 MW power from the open market.

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