Maharashtra working to reduce power tariff for industry: CM

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday promised power sector reforms and said his government will work to reduce electricity tariff for industry by one and a half rupee per unit to boost industrial development.
“We are undertaking power sector reforms and in the coming days we plan to reduce electricity tariff by one and a half rupee to promote industrial development and also stabilise rates for domestic consumption”, he said.
Speaking about his ‘Vision for Maharashtra’ under the aegis of the spring lecture series here, the Chief minister said that Maharashtra lacks infrastructure for industry and his government has undertaken ports development with rail connectivity to handle bigger cargo to boost sea trade. Fadnavis also took an indirect dig at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for his description of the Modi government as a “suit-boot government” and said that with his ‘Make In India’ mission, Prime Minister Modi had made the country a “global investment destination”.

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After doing Power Management (MBA) from National Power Training Institute (NPTI), Amit Antil is now presently working with Today Green Energy Pvt. Ltd. and looking after business development activities for Solar. Earlier he was associated with leading power trading company Global Energy for 3 years. He has a sound knowledge about bidding, power trading, open access, REC trading, Govt. Liaisoning, Contract Negotiation, Power Purchase Agreement.

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