Power capacity addition slowest in FY18, renewables contribute 69%

Continuing coal crunch due to insufficient railway rakes has throttled power capacity addition in thermal power

Power capacity addition slowest in FY18, renewables contribute 69%

The country witnessed its lowest capacity addition in power in 2017-18. Incremental addition in power capacity was only 17,200 Mw, the slowest since 2013-14. Renewable energy sources contributed 69 per

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First Published: May 26 2018 | 5:00 PM IST

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