Annual Report (2011-12) on The Working of State Power Utilities and Electricity Departments
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Keywordselectricity supply act; hydro capacity; India; capacity; coal; transmission lines; power; Delhi; Kerala; West Bengal; Indian Electricity Act; power plants; Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC); diesel power station; public; private sector; infrastructure; Gujarat; Tamil Nadu;
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