Electricity Issue

Electricity Issues In Haryana

Electricity crisis in haryanaThe current scenario of the electricity shortage in Haryana can mainly be blamed on the excess demand and lesser supply gap. Haryana power sector is facing challenges and despite significant growth in generation over the years, it has been suffering from shortages and supply facilities. Energy at final or peak load shortages is very low. The per capita electricity consumption in Haryana  is lower than the Indian average of  per year. The shortage of power will become more severe. The actual capacity addition has been falling far behind the established targets.

Why this Problem is arising
Haryana has drastically failed to meet its power sector targets by a considerably high margin and with tremendous number of opportunities that are actually going to come in future. The power sector continues to be affected a lot by the downfall on both generation as well as the transmission side of this particular phase. For instance, met us consider the current installed capacity . The inter- regional capacity for transmission is only about percent of the installed capacity. The major barriers and bottlenecks for the growing electricity problem is Haryana are high captive investment and low commercial viability. Lack of absolute capital at affordable low costs, limited access to financial resources and high cost of finance, lack of awareness. Some of the examples for this lack of awareness can be said to be bagasse is available with farmers with no exposure of power sector economics. Lack of large scale production facilities is also one of the major issues that results in the electricity problems. India will surely look into inducing and resolving the supply deficit of power to resolve the same but looking at the past record, it can be estimated that the resolution measures may or may not be implemented.

Best Solutions to look forward
Renewable energy technologies based on the inexhaustible resources like, of the sun, wind, water and even biomass are said to offer sustainable energy alternatives to a world beset by serious environmental problems and volatile fossil fuel politics. An increasing share of global energy needs is expected to be met by renewable in the years ahead. Around 3000 MW (3 % of total installed capacity) capacity of Renewable Energy (RE) projects have been installed in the country. The Potential of Sugar Cogeneration in Haryana can also prove to be an effective solution where Cogen power plants at sugar mills in India are getting stabilized and commercialized with pressure and temperature configurations. Also equipment and man-power shortage are one of the facts that need to be taken care of by the government. Schedule dependency on transmission line and also predicting and implementing the right balanced value of demand-supply forecast, might as well play a major role in controlling this electricity problem in Haryana.