(ZEROHEDGE) – India’s electricity transmission system is coming under increasing strain as booming power demand outstrips growth in despatchable generation.
Mild temperatures in February and March have masked the struggle to meet fast-growing loads from industry as well as for refrigeration and air-conditioning.
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But periods of more severe temperatures between April and September are likely to reveal the increasingly thin margin of spare generation.
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